(WORT) — It was pretty clear over the past few weeks that a proposed new rule limiting the volume of live music in City of Madison parks to 85 decibels just wasn’t going to work for the organizers and performers involved in Madison’s summer festivals and other outdoor concerts.
This past Wednesday, at a surprisingly entertaining Madison Parks Commission meeting, city officials revised the limit up to 95 decibels (as measured at the sound board) and streamlined some other aspects of the proposal. Dozens of people showed up to register their opposition to or support of new limits.
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Tone Madison Editor Scott Gordon brings you this report.