Seeking more public input, proponents delay a proposal to crack down on loud parties

Residents of the Northside neighborhood have been among the most vocal proponents of a proposed town ordinance to crack down on loud parties. (Jailyn Neville / Carolina Connection)

Some residents want to put an end to wild and disruptive parties in Chapel Hill’s downtown and Northside neighborhoods.

Residents had planned to present a proposal to the Town Council this month that would increase fines for party violations. They now have delayed those plans until the fall in order to get more public input.

Reporter Jailyn Neville explains why some are calling for stricter penalties.

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