A popular lakeside hot spot will have its noise levels monitored this year to comply with complaints of years past, the Star Tribune said.
Lord Fletcher's, a popular Lake Minnetonka restaurant, will have noise meters set up in a couple months to monitor sound levels for the summer months.
Decibel readings will be taken to determine how loud the late afternoon and evening outdoor music can be this summer. These regulations are due in part to conditions imposed recently by the city of Spring Park.
The restaurant obtains a music concert permit each year and is known for entertaining customers with live music.
This year's permit will attempt to set a initial maximum decibel level for the outdoor noise levels.