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speee1dy
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October 21, 2012 8:59 am  

did anyone else hear it go on till after 3 in the morning.
woke hubby up at 2 am. i though there was a noise ordinance around here.


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October 21, 2012 10:13 am  

I heard it earlied in St John by Salt River.


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October 21, 2012 11:16 am  

did anyone else hear it go on till after 3 in the morning.
woke hubby up at 2 am. i though there was a noise ordinance around here.

I consider Chucky's party to be the death knell for these islands.

Any political partying should be boycotted. We should be telling these people, in no uncertain terms, that we have no time to party and that we want responsible government before we can celebrate anything with a politician.

The only time a politician should see a large group of people should be when they are marching on government house demanding accountability.

We are doomed.


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October 21, 2012 12:14 pm  

Certainy hope the people of St Croix do not vote that woman in again.


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October 21, 2012 12:23 pm  

Hearing her ads on the radio,.....there should be a noise ordinance against her mouth in general!:D


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October 21, 2012 1:07 pm  

Hearing her ads on the radio,.....there should be a noise ordinance against her mouth in general!:D

(tu)

I wouldn't be at all surprised if she was voted in again. The people she appeals to enjoy her ranting and raving, plus she's already established her niche by bringing frivolous (and subsequently dismissed) lawsuits in the name of "de people dem" but which dismissals those people simply ignore as being part of the "us versus them" conspiracy. They don't give a rat's patootie about her mail order paid-for degrees or her involvement in business fraud; the parties and the fish fries and the bellowed promises work in her favor as they have done and continue to do for those of her ilk.

An old and dear friend for many years is a jazz pianist who for many years has played during services at churches his wife has become involved with. My friend isn't a church goer but his wonderful wife gets very involved so he helps out when he's able. A new pastor took over leadership of the church she went to. After a few services there she didn't like that he was "too quiet" and joined another church where the pastor was one of the more typical fire and brimstone bible-thumpers who furiously emoted and strutted with grandiose theatrical gestures to rile up the congregation in a fervor.

If Chucky fails at any time to make the senatorial cut she has an alternative calling for true ...


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October 21, 2012 1:35 pm  

Gee..........I wonder who paid for the party? I can only imagine.


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October 21, 2012 3:45 pm  

Why do you think Chuckie was the one that came up with the bill to allow all the noise that impacts peoples lives until 4AM?
She pretty much trashed what little noise ordinance there was and our protections against the invasion of unwanted noise in our lives.
Considering the volume level that she screeches at her admiring public, coming up with this bill to circumvent what little existing law there is,
was a no-brainer for her. (td) She and Bert (plus a couple of others, I won't name) are "birds of a feather" who believe the public is always ripe for plucking! (You may substitute another word that rhymes if you wish)
There needs to be more of US voting than more of THEM if anything is EVER going to change.
I speak as a 13th generation Virgin islander.

Here's the link.

http://stthomassource.com/content/news/local-news/2012/07/05/senate-looks-undo-2010-noise-law

Aren't you sorry you didn't make a fuss when this bill was being considered?:-(


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October 21, 2012 4:41 pm  

*-) hmmm....I wonder who is the US and who is the THEM...

And 13th generation Virgin Islander.....lol. Seriously, stop saying that. It sounds very silly....lmao.


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October 21, 2012 4:44 pm  

and ain't no party like a Chucky party, cause a Chucky party don't stop :@)

I wouldn't vote for her, but that woman sure knows how to throw one hell of a party 😀

She needs to become a promoter when she gets out of the senate.


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October 21, 2012 4:57 pm  

If you don't get it, then you just don't, Cruz.
US is people that believe in the Virgins Islands and a way of life that used to be and want to change and move forward with improvements to make all our lives and the islands a better place to call home. You know, better education, safe and crime free environments, clean roads, beaches, water, air, improved and affordable WAPA, accountability from our leaders that is and has been severely lacking, etc.
THEM are those that that have allowed our lawmakers to abuse our trust over and over again and will continue to do so at great cost just
for a free party and unconscientious voting.

Seriously, I am proud to be a 13th generation Virgin Islander.
Happier still that my niece is 14th generation and her kids are 15th and that their children shall be 16th.
If you think that's silly, well, TOO BAD for you!:-)


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October 21, 2012 9:21 pm  

Personally, I agree with Skys...when I hear her ad on the radio with her "screeching" at the top of her lungs, I immediately change the channel. Ugh! She needs to GO! I don't care what anyone says about her "helping" St. Croix. She's a bag of hot air and only wants to hear herself talk/er scream about herself.


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October 21, 2012 9:22 pm  

her voice is like finger on a chalkboard


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October 21, 2012 11:31 pm  

Agreed speedy1!


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October 22, 2012 9:59 am  

listen to the way she says vehicle. lol
cant stand the ads either. and they are so long. must cost a fortune


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October 22, 2012 11:22 am  

I like the latest ad in which she " introduced " ( not passed ) a bill that would allow people to borrow $220,000 to build a house.
Isn't loanig money to people who can't afford to pay it back what got America in the housing chrisis it is still trying to dig it's self out of???
I guess what they say about the USVI being about three years behing the mainland is true. Lol


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October 22, 2012 1:11 pm  

I like the latest ad in which she " introduced " ( not passed ) a bill that would allow people to borrow $220,000 to build a house.
Isn't loanig money to people who can't afford to pay it back what got America in the housing chrisis it is still trying to dig it's self out of???
I guess what they say about the USVI being about three years behing the mainland is true. Lol

Bread and circuses....always works 🙁


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October 22, 2012 1:17 pm  

Speaking of noisy party's, I'll add "Above the Cliff's" reggae party until 12:30 AM last night/this morning to the noise ordinance issue list. While I am more than happy for a business to draw customers and have events which draw customers, to have that kind of noise emanating on a Sunday night and into monday morning was rude and not very neighborly. .


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October 22, 2012 11:15 pm  

Speaking of noisy party's, I'll add "Above the Cliff's" reggae party until 12:30 AM last night/this morning to the noise ordinance issue list. While I am more than happy for a business to draw customers and have events which draw customers, to have that kind of noise emanating on a Sunday night and into monday morning was rude and not very neighborly. .

Anyone know how far away LR/ATC is from a school, church, or residential area?


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October 23, 2012 12:49 pm  

The territory's noise pollution law that passed in 2010 will be largely eliminated if a bill approved in the Senate's Government Operations Committee on Thursday becomes law. Under current law, the V.I. Police Department can grant permits for excessive noise on a case-by-case basis.

The measure, offered Thursday by Sen. Alicia "Chucky" Hansen as a substitute for a similar bill she presented in committee in June, would create mandatory exemptions for most loud parties and concerts, whether public or private, throughout the year.

Presented as a measure to preserve V.I. culture and save festival activities, the bill also says the territory's noise pollution law "does not apply to sounds emanating on the weekend," until 3 a.m. Fridays or Saturdays and midnight Sundays, among its many, broad exemptions to the noise pollution law.

The 2010 law would also not apply to any activity by the American Legion or "the military."

No situation was discussed in which these organizations might need a noise pollution exemption and the police might turn them down.

Read more at:
http://stthomassource.com/content/news/local-news/2012/07/05/senate-looks-undo-2010-noise-law

OUR LEGISLATURE AND CHUCKIE, IN PARTICULAR, PASSED THIS BILL.
THIS IS BAD LEGISLATION.
CALL YOUR SENATORS AND START COMPLAINING IF YOU WANT IT REPEALED.
IT AFFECTS THE QUALITY OF ALL OF OUR LIVES.

All you STX residents need to park in front of Chuckies home and crank up the volume.


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October 23, 2012 3:31 pm  

isn't there a church right close to above the cliff- way too long for noise to go on when people have to get up and go to work the next day


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Iris Tramm
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October 23, 2012 4:59 pm  

The territory's noise pollution law that passed in 2010 will be largely eliminated if a bill approved in the Senate's Government Operations Committee on Thursday becomes law. Under current law, the V.I. Police Department can grant permits for excessive noise on a case-by-case basis.

The measure, offered Thursday by Sen. Alicia "Chucky" Hansen as a substitute for a similar bill she presented in committee in June, would create mandatory exemptions for most loud parties and concerts, whether public or private, throughout the year.

Presented as a measure to preserve V.I. culture and save festival activities, the bill also says the territory's noise pollution law "does not apply to sounds emanating on the weekend," until 3 a.m. Fridays or Saturdays and midnight Sundays, among its many, broad exemptions to the noise pollution law.

The 2010 law would also not apply to any activity by the American Legion or "the military."

No situation was discussed in which these organizations might need a noise pollution exemption and the police might turn them down.

Read more at:
http://stthomassource.com/content/news/local-news/2012/07/05/senate-looks-undo-2010-noise-law

OUR LEGISLATURE AND CHUCKIE, IN PARTICULAR, PASSED THIS BILL.
THIS IS BAD LEGISLATION.
CALL YOUR SENATORS AND START COMPLAINING IF YOU WANT IT REPEALED.
IT AFFECTS THE QUALITY OF ALL OF OUR LIVES.

All you STX residents need to park in front of Chuckies home and crank up the volume.

Didn't the Governor veto this nonsense from Chuckie already? It's not on the books enforceable AFAIK. The only current law is the 2007 one. Which is why I asked about how far LR/ATC was from a church, school, or residential area. If within 500' they have to "soundproof" themselves.

See 19 V.I.C. § 2043. Taverns and bars; soundproofing

All taverns and bars within 500 feet of any church, school or residential area must be enclosed and must be soundproofed within 180 days after enactment of this chapter, and any owner or operator of a tavern or bar not in compliance with this subsection shall be subject to the penalties enumerated in section 2044.

HISTORY: --Added Oct. 4, 2007, No. 6930, § 2, Sess. L. 2007, p. 62.


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Iris Tramm
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October 23, 2012 5:03 pm  

isn't there a church right close to above the cliff- way too long for noise to go on when people have to get up and go to work the next day

There is. I just don't know if it's within 500'. I also don't know where the residential zoning area ends/begins for that area of the island, but there are definitely people living in close proximity to LR/ATC. Could get 'em on two fronts.


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October 23, 2012 6:00 pm  

Every time I see "Chuckie" or hear her on the radio, it reminds me of "Chuckles the Clown" from the old Mary Tyler Moore show. They even look a lot alike.

"A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer down your pants".


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