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Homeowners are increasingly taking legal action over pickleball noise

People play pickleball at Gershwin Park in San Diego's Clairemont neighborhood. (Scott Rodd/KPBS)
People play pickleball at Gershwin Park in San Diego's Clairemont neighborhood. (Scott Rodd/KPBS)

The pickleball craze has some detractors: Neighbors who don’t like the constant noise from the courts. The constant racket has led to community disputes — and some lawsuits.

Scott Rodd of KPBS reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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