Letter: City drivers, pedestrians should turn down music

To the editor:

Like most residents in Berkshire County, I am looking forward to the warmer weather. Unfortunately,when the weather gets nicer out motorists feel like they have the right to blast their music throughout the city. In some cases the music can be as loud as an ambulance, police, or fire truck sirens.

Also I notice pedestrians who are walking alone playing their music too loudly on their phones when they should be wearing headphones. This is an issue where people know they are playing music at an obscene volume and just don’t care. Whatever happened to people showing basic common courtesy and civility?

Bram Hurvitz, Pittsfield If you’d like to leave a comment (or a tip or a question) about this story with the editors, please email us[1].

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