Noise complaint could put Board of Health in a pickle(ball) (MA)

“My windows were shaking,”Lawrence Richmond, who lives in the Great Island section of the Pinehills, said about a match between highly skilled competitors played on the tennis court he lives near. The sport, which is similar to tennis, is played using a plastic ball.  Richmond said he went to the building inspector’s office to complain, but they declined to get involved. “We don’t want to get into a big shooting match,” over the sport, Richmond said. But he thinks the Great Island Condo Association needs to go through proper channels before allowing the sport to be played. One issue may be the fact that, according to Richmond, several members of the condo association board play the sport. He noted that a sign on the courts reads “tennis only.”    Read the article…………….


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