won't be a happy place for speeders
April 17, 2009 | PARADISE -- Paradise is going to be
less lenient with speeders, especially those coming
Deputy Ramirez of the Cache County Sheriff's Office
attended the Paradise Town Council meeting on April
15 to discuss concerns the council might have and how
he can help make Paradise safer and more enjoyable to
Ramirez said, "Coming from Avon the limit is 30 and
the average (speed) is 50 to 55."
He said he has been mostly writing tickets for 20
mph or more over the speed limit because he has been
able to catch many speeders going considerably over
the limit, but the council asked him to be less lenient
so that people will start slowing down even more.
Ramirez said he wanted a copy of the town's noise
ordinance so when he received complaints he could know
what the law was that he needed to enforce
"I need something to go off of," he said.
The council discussed adopting a new ordinance that
had special conditions for those using noisy equipment
for work related situations. There was some discussion
about what was reasonable for noise and what was too
"When do your rights end and your complaining neighbor's
begin," Councilman Leland Howlett said.
Ramirez said most towns had an ordinance that stated
if you can hear music from 50 feet away it was not compliant
with the ordinance.
Also discussed at the council meeting:
-National Incident Management System plan adopted
-A place for a Farmer's Market held on Wednesday nights