Noise Ordinance

It was voted by the Selectmen to revise the town ordinance to include Section 22, to read as follows:

An act prohibiting unreasonable noise in operating, or with, a motor vehicle anywhere in the Town of Paris.  No signaling device shall be unnecessarily sounded nor any braking or acceleration unnecessarily made to cause a harsh, objectionable or unreasonable noise, and no bell or siren shall be installed or used on any motor vehicle except fire and police department vehicles and ambulances, and vehicles operated by state, city and town fire inspectors, city and town fire chiefs, police chiefs and assistant police chiefs may be so equipped for use only when responding to emergency calls, and such motor vehicles used by sheriffs and deputy sheriffs, and such motor vehicles used by inland fisheries and game wardens as may be designated by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Game and such motor vehicles used by coastal wardens as may be designated by the Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries, and such motor vehicles used by the United States Government law enforcement officials and such motor vehicles used by a state or municipal department which controls or supervises electrical alarm and communication systems.

 

Francis S. Martin, Chairman

Albert S. Carey

Frank N. Strobeck

Robert A. Bickford

Lloyd N. Decato

 

Selectmen of Paris