"I feel on edge": Noises from TV production site frustrate neighbors


    The complaints are coming after the City of Rochester warned that there may be noise and lights impacting streets around the set. The noises, neighbors say, are more than they can handle. (WHAM photo) <p>{/p}

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHAM) -Some neighbors are pleading for loud noises coming from the Eastman Business Park to stop.

    Those loud noises are reportedly happening due to a production crew preparing to shoot a TV show over the next two weeks on the private property.

    Not everyone is excited about the show being shot at Eastman Business Park, however.

    Neighbors say they're losing sleep from what sounds like drag racing coming from the property, and are concerned with how long the noise may last.

    The complaints are coming after the City of Rochester warned that there may be noise and lights impacting streets around the set. The noises, neighbors say, are more than they can handle.

    “I feel on edge," said Marcia Kellison, who lives near Eastman Business Park. "I’m nervous. I’ve had a migraine for the last two days. I still have it. I’ve been crying today for no reason."

    Kellison says she has been dealing with the noises for days. She says they started coming from the parking lot behind her fence Thursday evening.

    According to the City of Rochester, Greetings Media is filming on the private property until August 14th.

    Kellison says she reached out to the production company and the City of Rochester and asked for the noise to stop, but hasn't heard back.

    Other neighbors say they have lost sleep due to the noise.

    “I’d been working all day and the first thing my wife said is it was like from the devil,” said Stan Dzielski, another neighbor who can hear the noise from his home. “I was scared last night. Terrifying. Literally terrifying.”

    Dzielski and Kellison worry the noise will get worse when filming begins Monday.

    “It’s like being a prisoner in your own home,” said Kellison. “Its unfair. I don’t know what to do. None of us know what to do.”

    We reached out to Greetings Media about the issue and have yet to hear back.

    The City has directed people with concerns to call 311.

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