"No one sleeps on this avenue."
Residents are looking to move because they can't stand the noise any longer.
A sense of neglect by the authorities.
A party involving nineteen boats started at 5pm on Sunday and lasted thirteen hours. Meanwhile, there are complaints about one particular restaurant.
Systems would notify owners and the police if there is excessive noise.
Some 40% of complaints were between June and September.
Palma town hall has been handed a list of the "most problematic establishments" in the city.
Buses, rubbish collections, bars and restaurants ... all creating noise.
Residents and the town hall are discussing "pacification" of neighbourhoods.
Local police are seen in the Santa Catalina area due to excess noise on the weekends.
City noise will be more acute after the silence of lockdown. archive photo.
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