|Published:||Jan 11, 2013 5:32 PM EST|
|Updated:||Jan 11, 2013 5:46 PM EST|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- "I think it's great, I can sit on the balcony and watch," said Kunstler.
Charles Kunstler has been living in Bayfront for the past 18 months. He said his balcony gives him a front row to all the action.
"It seems to bring the community together and all different age groups are having fun and yeah I think it needs to happen," said Kunstler.
And this is video from YouTube and McQuaid Marketing of last Saturday's concert. The Jon Bon Jovi tribute band called Keep the Faith, drew in 1500 people. But Mayor John Sorey said the music was too loud for some residents.
"I think I've had about 20 phone calls and emails complaints," said Mayor Sorey.
The city issued a citation to McQuaid, the festival organizer. Mayor Sorey said if it doesn't improve this weekend, organizers might have a hard time getting a new permit approved.
"See what's coming towards Council is their own permit every weekend and I'm not convinced we need something out there every weekend so I'm going to be a little difficult in Council,"
The festival is scheduled to last until April and this permit will be discussed in Wednesday's City Council meeting.A new Naples waterfront festival is drawing a lot of attention and a lot of criticism.
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