A senior living community in Louisville, Colorado, has caused a ruckus with a one-page memo asking residents to only use their “library-level” voices and limit all laughing and chatter in the common areas. The reaction to the memo has been mixed. Some residents are outraged. Others are afraid they’re the ones who’ve been talking too loudly in common areas.
… Others said they’re sick of people being so loud, that common areas echo and the noise is disruptive to their peace. The property management released this statement: “As is the case in any community, there are sometimes challenging conflicts between people, and at these times we have a responsibility to help ensure every … resident has an equal voice in keeping their community friendly and welcoming.