Cherokee To Discuss Noise, Light From Aquatic Center

Residents in The Falls of Cherokee neighborhood have asked the county to help reduce the light and noise coming from the new facility.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch
An effort to help reduce the light and noise emitting from the Cherokee County Aquatic Center will be discussed tonight by the Cherokee County Commissioners.

The commission will discuss the topic during its work session, which starts at 3 p.m., and its meeting that will get underway at 6 p.m. Both the work session and the meeting will be held at the county administration building in Canton.

District 3 Commissioner Brian Poole said he and county staff members have been meeting with residents of The Falls of Cherokee neighborhood, who have had issues with the light and noise from fans outside the facility, which opened in May.

Poole said he will propose the county undertake a sound study to determine what could be done to lessen the noise and light, which he said could cost around $8,000. 

Commissioners will also consider purchasing new vehicles for the Marshal's Office and an agreement with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center for joint use of the shoot house at the Sheriff Roger Garrison Law Enforcement Training Center. 

See the attached .PDF to view what else is on tonight's agenda. 


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