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Community Board Passes Resolution Limiting Wall Street Protest Noise

The resolution also proposes off-site portable bathrooms funded by local donors and the removal of some police barricades

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    A neighborhood board has voted to pass a resolution that proposes two-hour time limits on loud noises, including drumming and chanting, at the Occupy Wall Street protest site in New York City.

    The community board that represents lower Manhattan passed the resolution Tuesday night. The resolution also proposes off-site portable bathrooms funded by local donors and the removal of some police barricades. The resolution asks all parties to come together to address the issues.

    Speakers at the meeting included residents fed up with the noise and filth at the half-acre Zuccotti Park and protesters who stressed the good that the movement is trying to accomplish.

    Wall Street Residents Want Protesters Out

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    Those who live near Zuccotti Park are fed up with the noise, the smell and the inconvenience. News 4's Chris Glorioso reports.

    The park's owner, Brookfield Office Properties, tried to push the protesters out two weeks ago to clean it but backed off after a public outcry.