Mayor & Town Council, Divisional Commander made a difference in noise nuisance case

Dear Editor,

Just a short note to thank you for intervening in the matter of very loud music played publicly in the vicinity of All Saints Anglican Church at the corner of Main and Trinity Streets in New Amsterdam.

The increased police patrols, the noise abatement citations, the visible presence of patrol cars have all made a difference in this particular neighbourhood.

I commend highly the active support of the Mayor and Town Council as well as the Divisional Commander of the Police Department and his staff in the Township of New Amsterdam, and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

Yours faithfully,

Father William Guthrie

Priest-in-Charge

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