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City Working Overtime to Annoy Its Residents

Original post made by Quiet Please on Mar 11, 2012

How do you like to spend your Sunday? Do you always go out or do you sometimes like to just relax quietly at home from your weary week?

Seems the latter is impossible today because the city has some company called Vacc-com traveling down the street vacuuming up leaves which even with all the doors and windows closed makes an incredibly loud, low, stomach-upsetting noise.

All of this on a Sunday yet, for which the company is no doubt being paid overtime. What's the matter city manager: not content to think up ways of wasting our money? You have to annoy us with noise pollution as well?

What *are* they thinking over there in city hall anymore?

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