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Anti-social behaviour driving residents to distraction

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Anti-social behaviour driving residents to distraction thumbnailMilltown Road, Ballymoney where police have promised“robust action” against boy racers who are disrupting residents.

A BALLYMONEY resident is considering moving out of their home after experiencing disruptive antisocial behaviour that is "getting progressively worse" on the Milltown Road.
Speaking exclusively to The Chronicle, a resident who lives in the newly-built Riverstown development, which is situated across from Milltown Service Station, spoke of how "boy racers" are keeping residents up at night due to their loud, disruptive behaviour and driving about dangerously.
“I am speaking on behalf of all the residents who live in Riverstown because the disruption cannot go on any longer. Living here has become a total nightmare."
The person says that those that drive up and down the Milltown Road and onto the forecourt as well, blare their horns, drive dangerously, perform donuts and play loud music late at night, causing "complete chaos" to local residents.

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