In an email to Rick Shultz (Planning and Zoning) I wrote:
Just an update. The police man who came over yesterday after looking at One Waterview Drive, informed me that the building had a power surge Wednesday night in the storm. They had a lot of equipment get damaged, and that it won't get fixed till Tuesday.
Since that gernerator just echos so loudly off the hilly rocks here, can't they build a wall in back of it to deaden the constant headache generating white noise? Or better yet, encase it in a building?
You know this isn't going to be the only time this is going to happen. Perhaps there should be some legislation created to prevent this from happening ever again, not only on Waterview Drive, but the whole corridor.
How loud would Shelton get, if every gernerator in every building were turned on? For 7 days straight?
I say, any generator you can hear off of any property, has to have some type of sound deading equipment or brush/ trees surounding it from now on.
Here's another idea for now. Park an 18 wheeler in front of it to deaden the constant hum. It might help. Who knows.
Oh, well, here's to a loud Momorial day weekend. Your help is greatly appriciated.
64 Sunset Drive