What Cities and States Are Doing to Cut Noise, ‘the New Secondhand Smoke’ – Governing

What Cities and States Are Doing to Cut Noise, 'the New Secondhand Smoke'
Governing
In a city whose cacophony can reach 95 decibels in midtown Manhattan ā€” way above the federal government's recommended average of no more than 70 decibels ā€” the commotion over all that racket involves irate residents, anti-noise advocates, bars ...

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