Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in November 2013. It and other bars have recently been forced to obtain permits to keep their doors open while music plays inside, and that's prompted outcry from condo residents unhappy with late-night noise in the area.
Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in November 2013. It and other bars have recently been forced to obtain permits to keep their doors open while music plays inside, and that's prompted outcry from condo residents unhappy with late-night noise in the area. cseward@newsobserver.com
Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in November 2013. It and other bars have recently been forced to obtain permits to keep their doors open while music plays inside, and that's prompted outcry from condo residents unhappy with late-night noise in the area. cseward@newsobserver.com

Raleigh considers plan to curb downtown noise conflicts

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