Pfizer movies OK, blasting the sound, not so much
Pfizer has held drive-in movies in its Groton parking lot. I understand how this is a nice thing for the community, but they have been rude to their neighbors.
They BLAST the movies so loud into the night that you can hear it in your house with the windows closed (the windows actually rattle at times). They do not let their neighbors know they are having the movies. It would be nice if they considered the neighborhoods around them when planning such events, notified neighbors, and kept the volume to a respectable level or, better yet, broadcast it over a radio station so as not to disturb their neighbors.
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