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Musical woes

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Musical woes

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That was the reaction of at least one operator and a resident in First Street in Holetown, St James who agreed that the music at various establishments should be turned off or at least lowered at bars and clubs at a certain time of the morning.
Their reaction came in response to reports that minutes past 3 a.m. yesterday operators of Priva and Oasis Bar were forced by police officers to turn off their music because they had gone past the deadline for loud music.
Up to Press time the owners of Oasis Bar and Priva could not be reached for comment on the matter.
However, operator of One Love Bar, Wendine Garraway, said she thought it was unfair that police would be “lurking” in the street, especially on Sundays, from minutes after 12 a.m. to ensure that the music at her establishment was turned off when the clock struck 1 a.m. but other businesses were sometimes allowed to go until “after 3 a.m.” (MM)
Full story in today’s DAILY NATION.