Ocean City, Maryland Seeks To Shush The Boardwalk A Little

The Town of Ocean City is considering a new noise ordinance this week to tighten up on loud music and shouting on its iconic boardwalk.

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- Things could soon get a little more quiet on Ocean City's iconic boardwalk. Listen to this, the town is now considering a noise ordinance that would limit the sound from speakers, radio, and people yelling depending on the time and location of the boardwalk. So the limit would be 60 to 75 decibels. For reference, 60 decibels that's the typical level for conversations. Ocean City have been trying for decades to control the noise from street performers and others all along the boardwalk.