Top Sources Of Noise Complaints

Few people understand how disruptive noise pollution is until they experience it firsthand. While noise pollution can occur at any time of the day, many victims experience it at night when they are unable to sleep due to the noise. Noise complaints are a big problem in Houston because the city does not have any zoning laws, meaning businesses can set up shop in the middle of neighborhoods.


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Rights Citizens Have Under The Houston Sound Ordinance

In 2011, former Houston Mayor Annise Parker reported that the city receives approximately 60,000 noise complaints each year. To better address these sound complaints, the city passed major changes to the Houston Sound Ordinance in October 2011 to allow for better Houston Police Department (HPD) enforcement. Unfortunately, many Houstonians are unaware of their rights under the Houston Sound Ordinance.


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Attorney Cris Feldman of Feldman & Feldman Fights for Neighborhoods in White Oak Music Hall Nuisance Case

Originally Published by KPRC Channel 2 The legal battle surrounding a controversial near northside concert venue continues this week as attorneys representing a group of residents who live near the venue, seek to put an end to its operations. A hearing in Harris County civil court began Thursday morning, in which a judge must decide whether […]


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White Oak Residents to File Bond to Preserve Silent Nights

Families from three Houston neighborhoods spent Sunday in the frigid cold raising money for the legal fight against the developers of the outdoor White Oak Music Hall. Monday morning at 10:30 a.m., Houston Attorney Cris Feldman will join neighborhood representatives on the steps of the Harris County Civil Courthouse to address the media.


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The Noise Must Stop

“The noise must stop”, says Cris Feldman. “Hundreds of families, some with challenged children, have had their lives turned upside down by the constant amplified noise and thumping bass at this outdoor concert hall,” says Feldman. “The City of Houston should have never allowed this to happen. We will fight to stop this public nuisance in the courtroom.”


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