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“Public disturbance noises” are loud, raucous, frequent or continuous sounds which have the capacity of disturbing the occupants of more than one dwelling unit and/or commercial structure, including but not limited to the following specified public disturbance noises:

A. Noise from audio or similar equipment amplifying or broadcasting sounds at such volume as to be heard or felt outside the house/structure or at a distance of seventy-five feet.

B. Motor vehicle audio equipment heard or felt outside a motor vehicle at a distance of seventy-five feet.

C. Any siren or horn attached to a motor vehicle which is operated at such a volume for nonemergency purposes that it may be heard by a person of normal hearing for a period of time greater than thirty seconds or by any repetitive sounding of said siren or horn more than three times per day.

D. Construction equipment noises at times other than weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekends or holidays. Construction equipment shall include heavy machine driven equipment but shall not include hand held power equipment or hand tools. (Ord. 837 § 3, 1997).