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April 14, 2006 04:40PM
Noise rule prompts lawsuit
Riverside County off-roaders claim ordinances defy state law
Stacia Glenn, Staff Writer

Off-roading in rural areas of Riverside County has been a major source of contention for more than two years and although new restrictions are on the books, the battle is not over.

Six off-road advocacy groups are suing Riverside County and its Board of Supervisors, claiming the noise and off-road ordinances adopted March 28 violate state law.

Filed Monday in Riverside Superior Court, the lawsuit takes issue with four sections of the excessive-noise and off-roading ordinances.

A top concern is the excessive-noise ordinance, which caps noise at 55 decibels between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. A normal conversation measures at about 65 decibels, Planning Director Mark Balys has said...............

http://www.sbsun.com/news/ci_3708706

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Off-Road Ordinance challenged

katrina island 1075April 14, 2006 04:40PM



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