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Council, New Ulm Steel debate city noise rule

September 4, 2013

NEW ULM — The New Ulm City Council and New Ulm Steel and Recycling held a robust debate about the merit of New Ulm’s noise ordinance rules Tuesday during a hearing on whether the city should order......

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Sep-05-13 7:39 PM

Evidently it is easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to ask for permission. Did Josh even see a machine like this working somewhere else to notice that there could be issues?

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Sep-04-13 4:29 PM

I watched this lengthy, repetitive mtg./discussion and it was clear that Josh was attempting to deviate from paying the cost of quieting the shredder or paying a fine. He has more $$ than God, so can certainly afford to take care of it! A spoiled, I've-got-daddy's-business who did his homework to argue like a lawyer, but had no solutions. NO one on the council had a solution or one creative idea to remedy this. This issue carried on far too long w/no resolution. Either move the business outside of city limits to avoid the excess noise levels, remove the shredder, or figure it out!! Maybe changing policy BEFORE running the machine and being safest by checking trunks, gas tanks BEFORE shredding, you could've avoided the explosions. Josh, get off your office chair, put on work boots, and get out in the yard. Figure this out.

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