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    EXCLUSIVE: County and State Officials Look to Curb Noisy Cars in Local Neighborhoods

    On a quiet residential street near Arlington Blvd, cars can be heard accelerating as they turn a corner, with their aftermarket exhaust giving off a loud “roar.” Meanwhile, near Columbia Pike, cars rev up and drag race on S. Columbus Street by Wakefield High School. “I’m eight stories up — not at street level, so to speak — so maybe you expect the noise to dissipate,” Betsy Thomassen tells ARLnow. “It’s Wednesday, and it’s happened five to six times… it’s just incredibly loud and a nuisance. In my condo, my furniture sometimes vibrates. That’s kind of incredible really.” According to  

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