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Court to hear case about noise from amphitheater
By Times Staff Writer
Published June 1, 2005
TAMPA - A court hearing on whether the Ford Amphitheatre must temporarily stop holding concerts until noise complaints are addressed will take place sometime between July 18 and July 29.
Hillsborough Circuit Judge Charlene Honeywell on Tuesday agreed to allow a half-day of testimony for two residents who have sued on behalf of the state of Florida. Amphitheater owner Clear Channel Entertainment will have at least a day and a half to defend charges that concerts are disturbing residents living near the concert shell at the Florida State Fairgrounds. The judge did not set a specific start date.
This is the second lawsuit filed against Clear Channel on the noise issue. A lawsuit last year filed by the Hillsborough Environmental Protection Commission will return to court Aug. 29-31.