Outdoor music strikes wrong chord with Palisade residents

Sitting on the front porch of his West First Street home in Palisade, Tom Heilig describes how loud the music is three or four nights each week coming from the Palisade Distillery, which is 200 feet away,  and the Palisade Brewery, which is 600 feet from his home. “A battle of the bands” is how Heilig describes the nights when both venues are hosting music. The Heiligs have lived in their home for seven years.



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Sitting on the front porch of his West First Street home in Palisade, Tom Heilig describes how loud the music is three or four nights each week coming from the Palisade Distillery, which is 200 feet away,  and the Palisade Brewery, which is 600 feet from his home. “A battle of the bands” is how Heilig describes the nights when both venues are hosting music. The Heiligs have lived in their home for seven years.

Ten years ago, the loudest noise in Palisade often was emitted by 100-car coal trains barreling through downtown or trucks rumbling down Elberta Avenue as they exited Interstate 70 to drop off…




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