Bayville residents say they are more optimistic about the future of the Crescent Beach Club, which has long been the subject of complaints, after recently meeting with its owner and manager.
Mayor Paul Rupp said at a village trustees meeting Monday that club representatives met with neighbors at Village Hall last Thursday to address recent complaints about blaring music.
Nassau County police were called 12 times for noise from the club from July 1, 2013, through this July, according to data provided by police.
The beachfront club isn't allowed to have outdoor music, which is part of its contract with the village's zoning board, officials said.
Several residents said at Monday's meeting that they felt satisfied after they met with the club owner and manager and are hopeful there will be a resolution.
Bob Linley, 60, said earlier this month that he couldn't "live like this" with the noise from the popular wedding venue. Linley said Monday that he felt the club's owner was "genuine in his desire to reach an agreement with us."
"His proposals to date are promising, and we hope to reach a full agreement shortly," he said. Linley declined to provide more details Tuesday.
Representatives from the Crescent Beach Club were unavailable for comment.
The mayor, Deputy Mayor Joe Russo and the village clerk also attended the meeting, officials said.
"I am to happy to assist in bridging the divide between various constituencies in our community by providing a mutual forum for constructive dialogue to take place," Rupp said.
The village doesn't have a code enforcement officer. Officials said Monday they have received approval to hire a part-time code enforcement officer through the Nassau County Civil Service Commission.
Rupp said the village has been without a code enforcement officer for the past two years and there has been a public outcry by residents to fill the vacancy.
The village has received a list of eligible candidates and hopes to start interviews soon, officials said.