“I have phoned the Smokies office twice to complain about the PA’s sound levels,” writes Miller.

Smokies’ sound levels too much

Letter to the Editor from Steve Miller of Tadanac

Darn, Smokies’ games aren’t fun anymore!

I have phoned the Smokies office twice to complain about the PA’s sound levels.

Obviously management is getting fed up with the consistent complaints regarding the intolerable noise levels that are harsh, insufferable and at times exceed the threshold of pain.

Instead of getting the message, they feel this obnoxious and continuous blaring is necessary to inspire the team … and that is just the way it is going to be.

I am not impressed nor do I consider it entertainment when I have to yell to converse with the person next to me.

This is a sad situation which leaves me few options, but then again I can make my own noise on the way out.

Steve Miller


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