Adam Smith proposal for second chance sound insulation
[Congressional Bills 116th Congress] [From the U.S. Government Publishing Office] [H.R. 5874 Introduced in House (IH)] 116th CONGRESS 2d Session H. R. 5874 To require the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to amend regulations concerning the day-night average sound level, and for other purposes. _______________________________________________________________________ IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES February 12, 2020 Ms.
Last update: 09/03/19. Another ‘work in progress’. We’re constantly updating this list. Our Proposals Here is a list of legislation we are actively proposing: Municipal: Airport Communications We feel that the local communities need a full-time professional advocate for aviation issues. The current approach of reacting to each airport expansion in an ad hoc manner
Public comment from House Transportation Committee, reviewing Karen Kaiser’s Senate Bill SSB5370. We’re now in the phase where the House Committee reviews the Senate vaersion and vice versa to (hopefully) come to agreed upon final versions which can be voted on. One possible speed bump. The Dept. Of Aviation rep. commented that his Dept. and
H. R. 6168 To assist aviation-impacted communities in mitigating the noise burden that they face and to increase Federal Aviation Administration engagement and responsiveness to communities, and for other purposes. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 20, 2018 Mr. Smith of Washington (for himself, Mr. Jeffries, Ms. Speier, Ms. Norton, Mr. Lynch, Ms. Jayapal, and
State of Washington legislation in support of the original FAA laws on noise mitigation. This gives Port Districts authority to 1. Purchase lands/homes which are deemed to be too noisy to mitigate. 2. Provide a sound insulation program for affected homes.