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Calif. City Moves To Freeze Ice Cream Trucks' Music Output

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For many kids, the music of ice cream trucks is the sound of summer. For some adults, however, it ruins peace and quiet. The Long Beach City Council has drafted legislation to limit when ice cream trucks can play music.
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