OCEAN CITY – The extreme rumble associated with recent vehicular-centered events in Ocean City continue to raise concerns from private citizens and public officials.
At last week’s Mayor and Council meeting, Ocean City resident Elle Diegelmann made suggestions in controlling the noise in residential neighborhoods caused by the visiting vehicles in town for Cruisin, Bike Week, Corvette weekend and the Volkswagon (VW) events.
“For whatever its worth, I just want to go on record with my concerns on the noise issues,” she said. “Since I was last up here about the Bike Week noise issues we have also had the VW show, the Cruisers, and the Corvettes. Of course, all of them have problem people that are going to create problems but my big concern is in the residential neighborhoods. They have just never been made to know what was the expected behavior, and I really think what can be made possible with all of these conventions is just be very clear and specific in letting them know residential areas are not acceptable in making noise,” she said.