My daughters 19th Birthday is in Dec. right after Christmas. I always feel that she is jilted on her Birthday because of this. So this year I wanted to give her a party early. Where its not frozen out and not really hot. She is attending Owens and has dreams of being a Juvenile Probation Officer. She is totally, what she calls "straight edge", which means, no drinking, no drug and no cursing. The type of music is very loud and I am sure there would be cursing in the music and a lot of moshing. But she wants to make sure she isn't breaking any laws, hence asking about permits for the loud party.
I did walk 3 houses to the left, 2 across the street, one to the right, 2 businesses near by and none have a problem and the businesses have allowed use of their parking as they would not be open at that time.
I do, however, have 2 homes that are behind us that may be upset. Is it just a courtesy informing them? If they say no, is that the end of it. I have had parties but nothing of this magnitude where the music would be loud from the 4 bands playing. I can assure the neighbors that it would be nothing like the bar that is diagonal from them, where there is fights, shootings and motorcycles racing down Upton every weekend. Adults will be here for crowd control and there is a no tolerance for any drugs or alcohol. Even if they are legal to drink. So, if they say no, does that make for the end of the party?