It’s a train that enters the station with Swiss Rail precision. Whenever a downtown Chicago resident rightfully complains about neighborhood noise, some local wag tells us to grin and bear it. Here’s what I think those local wags can do.
Chicago Carless is no stranger to the fight to protect downtown residents’ right to quiet. Last winter, Yours Truly took a stand against allowing the debatably talented ‘bucket boys’ to drum on plastic containers deep into the night beneath the windows of downtown high-rise bedrooms. Now 42nd Ward Alderman Burt Natarus is taking the problem seriously, too.