LOUD MUSIC, SCREAMING, FIGHTING AND SHOTS FIRED.
THOSE ARE JUST SOME OF THE PROBLEMS PEOPLE LIVING NEAR CLUB ENERGY ARE DEALING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 4 A.M.

NEIGHBORS LIVING NEAR EAST 22ND STReET ARE WORRIED ABOUT THEIR PROPERTY, THEIR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF THEIR FAMILIES.

Many of them stood in front of the Erie city council on monday demanding action. 
JESSICA BALL SAYS SINCE JULY THERE HAVE BEEN 17 SHOTS FIRED AROUND THE CLUB AND SHE WANT THE CHAOS TO STOP.

"I'M JUST NOW AT THE POINT WHERE MY CHILDREN STAY HOME ON THE WEEKENDS AND ANOTHER SHOOTING," says Ball.  "MY KIDS ARE INSIDE MY HOME. MANY PEOPLE THAT LIVE ON THE BLOCK AREN't ABLE TO SEND THEIR KIDS AWAY FOR THE WEEKEND AND WE SHOULDn'T HAVE TO". 

Erie COUNCILWOMAN LIZ ALLEN SAYS SHE UNDERSTANDS PEOPLE ARE UPSET AND WANTS TO WORK TO FIND A SOLUTION.

"I'M SURE IT'S FRUSTRATING FOR THESE PEOPLE IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD TO hAVE TO Come TO COUNCIL EVERY WEEK TO SAY THERE ARE ISSUES IN THE NEIGHBOrhoOD", says Allen. "I WILL Listen TO THEM AGAIN AND EMPLOy THE ADMINISTRATION TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE SOLVE THIS". 

SOME OF THE PROPOSED CHANGES FROM NEIGHBORS INCLUDED MOVING THE CLUB TO A NON-RESIDENTiAL PART OF TOWN, PLACING A BAN ON ESTABLISHMENTS LIKE CLUB ENERGY WITHIN THE CITY OR SIMPLY SHUTTING THE CLUB DOWN.