Are Noise Complaints on the Rise During Quarantine?
Some of us have some really great neighbors but you've got to admit that even the best ones are still only good in small doses,
The quarantine caused by coronavirus has got just about the entire country shut down. Almost all of New York is under some sort of isolation. Those who live in rural areas may not know what it's like to have annoying neighbors but people who live in subdivisions and large apartment buildings do and it's not always peaches and cream especially when we're packed in together like sardines for two months. There's yelling, loud TV's, excessive partying and alarm clocks that seem to be forgotten about.
According to the New York Post, noise complaints in NYC have reached over 20% since last year. I'm sure those numbers are on the rise in the Hudsonn Valley as well.
It makes sense. Couples and kids may be arguing more, some may be fighting cabin fever with music and we've even seen countless people singing and playing guitar off the balcony.
Are dealing with annoying neighbors right now?
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