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October 9, 2003

A CAPPELLA PARTY TOO MUCH

Yale Daily News

The Baker's Dozen a cappella group may be evicted from their current house at 235 Dwight Street due to New Haven zoning regulations and bitter relations with neighbors, zoning officials announced. In order for the Baker's Dozen to remain in the house, Off Broadway -- the company which owns the property -- must appeal to the zoning board for a special-use permit, said Andrew Rizzo, head of the Office of Building Inspection and Enforcement. Neighbors who are frustrated with the group's loud parties have said they will likely oppose the appeal. Police have been called to the residence at 235 Dwight Street at least 28 times in the five years that the singing group has lived there. More

Posted by acapnews at October 9, 2003 2:58 PM

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