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Meeting Notes : Noise Metrics Committee
Committee notes reflect the views and opinions of the committee members and not necessarily those of the Noise Compatibility Study Group, Coordinating Council, Regional Airport Authority of Louisville and Jefferson County, or the Consultant Team.
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RAA Board Room, 6:30 pm, January 25, 2000
The committee reviewed the committee presentation made on abatement proposals in comparison to the summary submitted to LFA
All items were thought by the group to be represented
A question arose regarding the updated contours with the lower air cargo departure profiles
The group wanted a better feel for variability in the INM
It was concluded that the committees concerns were accurately represented by the study group summary submitted to LFA
There were numerous concerns expressed by the committee regarding how these study group proposals were reflected in the consultant presentation and the matrix. The committee did not see direct reflection of some measures, having mostly to do with East runway preferences and approach and departure procedures. The committee reviewed the navigation committees summary of the consultant presentation and felt it captured their concerns.
Would like to see investigation or data for counter-generators
Expand on reply
Expand on reasons against single-event restrictions
Particularly part 161 reference
Quantify activity impacted by an SEL
Committee continues to be concerned about lack of INM modeling to quantify and illustrate benefits of measures
Key point the proposed strategy contains three measures
Two -- Equal distribution and preferential use of West rwy at night were juxtaposed to the committees recommendations
Regarding "consistency with established land use planning policies"
Concern over harmonization and coordination with other programs
Complementary programs with other agencies with matching goals
Ex.: flood plain mitigation efforts may be compatible with "65 LDN" efforts
Conflicting goals considered conversely
should be quantified by INM, based on metrics studied to consider the annoyance impact
quantify to at least "order of magnitude"
Use of proper metric
Overlay zoning, building code requirements
Use of proper metric