3 Another round in the running battle over noise at Metro Park .. specifically loud music. City council members are trying to find common ground between unhappy residents and concert promoters. Under discussion .. a proposed ordinance that would limit the number of ticketed events at the park. Channel 4's Ashley Harding is here to tell us where this discussion stands right now. Ashley. 3 3 Today was all about laying ideas and disagreements all out on the table. As many of you know, this has been a long process over the years. Our city leaders say it's all about coming to a truce and finding a solution everyone can live with. 3 0019-241:10-1:151:35-1:40TRACK ///music nats/// The Big Ticket Music Festival drew in thousands from all over Sunday afternoon.But with that great energy, comes incredible LOUD SOUND ...or as those who live in neighborhoods close to Metro Park say: noise that is TOO LOUD.35:26--35:38 "sound checks start early in the morning.It goes for 8 hours---last year we had a thirty hour concert. So it's not like you can just leave the house, go away for a while, and come back."TRACK The battle of the noise has been going on for quite some time. Today, city council members met with area residents and concert promoters to talk about a proposed noise ordinance...one that calls for better sound monitoring and violations. Some of the main points discussed today were about how: Sound should be keep at or below 105 decibels at the sound board.If sound monitoring does happen, it was asked that the cost not exceed $1,000 a day.If there is a violation, how would it be enforced? How much would it cost?TRACK The concert promoters say for them it's all about coming to a reasonable agreement ...but also say loud events are nothing new to the area."YOu have the Florida Country Superfest coming, which we support and we think it's great that a large event like that is coming to Jacksonville...but that's going to be a loud event. It's going to be louder than our event, so we need to work to come to a reasonable standard."TRACK Council members say making everyone happy is next to impossible in this situation.Once an ordinance is voted on and passed, it will work like a trial and error process. 31:24--31:34 "I hope that we get past it and we can see the impact of what our law might be. Until we get that in place, we won't know if we did a good job or a not so good job." Council members say their goal is to have all recommendations complete by the end of the year. And their hope is that the final draft will go before the committee the first week of January.A vote will come a short time later. 3 Ashley .. if there are violations .. what kind of penalties would a promoter face?Well it would definitely cost them some money. But exactly how much is still being discussed and will be recommended once the council takes this issue up again. But if too many violations happen, the worst case scenario is a possible suspension from the park.