NOISE AT JOSHUA LAKE CAMPGROUND A CONCERN

NOISE AT JOSHUA LAKE CAMPGROUND A CONCERN

Joshua Tree residents who are concerned about noise from concerts and parties at the Joshua Tree Lake campground should email their concerns to joshuatreeserenity@usa.com. These concerns will be presented to the Municipal Advisory Committee’s meeting April 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Joshua Tree Community Center. Residents are urged to attend the meeting to voice their concerns in person as well.

3 comments to NOISE AT JOSHUA LAKE CAMPGROUND A CONCERN

  • kris thompson

    This is regarding the noise pollution being generated by JoshuaTreeLake campground.Last weekend it was so loud we could hear it all the way over by Yucca Mesa Elementary School!I can,t imagine how loud it must have been for the people who live over there. I am positive the residents of this community don’t appreciate it.We all live up here for the peace and serenity that this area offers. This needs to be stopped before our way of living is destroyed just so people can make some money.

  • scarob

    Mistakes were made by that Bequinox event, these have been addressed by the community of Joshua Tree and the Event co-ordinators have promised to make a concerted effort to meet the surrounding communities desires.

  • Celeste Gibson

    To the Members of the Joshua Tree Community

    A few weekends ago Los Angeles League of Arts held their 2ed Annual Bequinox event at Joshua Tree lake Camp Ground.

    We hope the mistake of having a stage placed in a area that we later learned was the worst possible placement we could have made.We did not understand how the sound from that stage would carry across the community. Folks to the North and East of the event did not hear much of the sound. However, the folks to the South and especially to the West were greatly impacted. For this, we sincerely apologize. We were so unaware of how sound bounces from valley to mountains, ect.

    We hope that the 2015 BEquinox event will be a more positive experience for the Joshua Tree Community. There will be no stage placed in the area that caused such sound problems that’s for sure. We are learning and will strive to so better in 2015.

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at DStiers@LAleagueofArts.org.

    Again ,Our deepest apologies.

    Regards
    Los Angeles League of Arts
    Board of Directors

    I am speaking on the be half of the above. thank you.

    Celeste Gibson.

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