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Re: Lease and

Posted by leveck on May 06, 2000 at 17:32:38:

In Reply to: Re: Lease and posted by Anna on May 06, 2000 at 09:17:23:

Thanks Anna

We have the same landlord and he has warned her to stop, so he says. She is an artist (illegally living) in the commercial space, zoned for light industry.

Where can we find what the legal levels for permittable noise are? I've looked all over the web, NYCLINK and there's talk about jack hammers and everything else, but none of the equipment we use (sanders). We follow the general guideline of not working past seven in the evening and not before eight in the morning, which is better than the law requires.

Additionally, there are many legal residential units and houses that are adjascent and above our unit- no one has ever complained- in fact they welcome our business and we try to return the favor.

Our primary concern is that she could retaliate in some unforseen way, either legally or something else. And like all small business people we wish to avoid the quagmire of lawyers and police as much as possible (because its so much $).

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