Brookfield considers noise ordinance after music complaints

Alfresco dining has grown in popularity since the COVID-19 pandemic, and some local restaurants have begun offering live or recorded alfresco music to attract and entertain diners.

But when it comes to music, complaints often arise. Now, just a month after two residents complained at a recent village council meeting about loud music coming from Mary’s Morning Mix-Up, a restaurant at 9110 Broadway Ave. in Brookfield, the village of Brookfield has purchased a noise meter and is considering introducing a decibel-specific noise ordinance to curb complaints.

In June, Mary’s Morning Mix-Up obtained a liquor license and began an outdoor music series Wednesday through Sunday nights on its new patio. The frequency of these offers has since been restricted in response to some complaints.

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