De Dolter lives in Parelduikerhof with his wife and children and has filed an objection with the municipality requesting that action be taken to prevent harassment. According to him, the residents are not against the skating rink, but the neighbors are worried about the disturbance.
“We want assurances from the municipality that they will not make the same mistake that Groth Sternstrod did.” At that point, the noise from the skate park caused annoyance so the municipality could not reduce it. The only solution is to move elsewhere. Residents living near the new location, on the edge of Weirsport County, want to prevent history from happening again.
Neighbors will love the toilets, the noise barrier and the trash cans
Danny de Dolter: “I’m proposing to buy land in the municipality that can buy toilets, fences and trash cans. I want to prevent a noise on that land. Alderman said there is no money for such a wall.
De Dolter lives 100 to 150 meters from the planned location. “It’s an open space, there are some trees in between. The scouts are here too, you can ask for it if there are activities. Only on weekends, there are skaters seven days a week.” The locals want better facilities so that there are no wandering youths.
Listen to a conversation with local Danny de Dolder here:
Locals want good measures to prevent any harassment from the new skateboard