Satisfaction that music cart vendor convicted in court

Dear Editor,

The Enmore Police Station Management Committee views with satisfaction the recent conviction of a music cart vendor by Magistrate Zamilla Ally at the Cove & John Magistrate’s Court.

The residents of Enmore have been complaining bitterly ad nauseam about music cart vendors traversing the streets of Enmore in pairs, with noise at unbelievable decibel levels. The situation is exacerbated because these carts move very slowly, thus the full effect of the noise is felt.

Aged residents, particularly, have been complaining and we are hopeful that the Magistrate’s posture on noise nuisance will send a strong message to those few who wish to disturb the peace of the many.

Credit must go to a leading resident of Enmore who pursued the matter to the end, and to the ranks of the Enmore Police Station who were very supportive.
Enmore thanks Magistrate Ally.

Yours faithfully,
Taajnauth Jadunauth
Chairman
Enmore Police Station
Management Committee

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