MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A Mobile County judge has ordered a local music venue to create a soundproof plan in order to appease its neighbors.
For now, the music will go on, but the Alabama Music Box must come up with a way to keep the music from vibrating the walls of its neighbors.
Mobile Circuit Court Judge Sarah Stewart reached her decision after more than two hours of testimony on Thursday, May 30, 2013.
"We're very satisfied with her recommendations and suggestions," said Attorney Buzz Jordan, representing the owners of the Music Box.
Judge Stewart asked The Alabama Music Box owners to hire an audio engineer and create a soundproof plan to include material for dampening certain sounds.
"I suspect what they would do is come in to the Music Box and set the levels at a certain level and then go in to the Jordan's apartment and then go in to the building and make certain recordings," said Jordan.
Jeffrey and Patsy Jordan, who live and work next door to the Alabama Music Box, has battled the popular venue in court during the past two years.
"My clients are not against bars, they're not against bands. They're against this particular bar that has bands that stay up until 3, 4, 5 o'clock in the morning with levels that are obscene. These people can't even sleep. They have to go to other areas of town to sleep. There are 20 to 30 residences in the area of this one bar, and they disturb everybody." said the Jordan's attorney, Rick Courtney, in September 2011.
Both sides are due back in Judge Stewart's courtroom July 1.
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