Drag strip-style road noise ignored by police is a ‘quality-of-life’ issue


Letter to the Editor 

To the editor:

With reference to Dan Weir’s letter published in the May 22 issue of The Call concerning excessively loud mufflers on motor vehicles, I recently moved to the Concord area from Webster Groves.

While I expected normal highway noise, I did not expect to live in the middle of what sounds like a drag strip.

Also connected with the noise is the speeding and rapid acceleration to produce this stress-inducing noise. I agree with Mr. Weir — where is law enforcement?

This is a serious quality-of-life issue.

Perhaps our County Council members can address this?

Thomas Welton