Item 8b: renewal of noise monitoring system: https://meetings.portseattle.org/portmeetings/attachments/2020/2020_09_08_RM_8b.pdf To be held in virtually via Skype in accordance with the Governor’s ‘Stay at Home’ order and Proclamation 20-28. You may view the full meeting live at meetings.portseattle.org. To listen live, call in at +1 (425) 660-9954 and code796815952# Item No.8bACTION ITEMDate of MeetingSeptember 8, 2020DATE:September 1,
Mr. Felleman is a Commissioner of The Port Of Seattle. This letter is in response to a recent addition to the Port’s SAMP Near-Term Projects List, which was part of the Unanimous Consent Agenda (3c) Port Special Meeting in Kirkland, WA on 23 July 2019. Dear Commissioner, Thank you for adding in an update to
This report summarizes annual trends on issues regarding noise exposure from the City of Phoenix’s three airports, Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX), Phoenix Deer Valley (DVT), andPhoenix Goodyear (GYR) for calendar year 2018. The report includes information on operational counts, aircraft fleet mix, noise complaints, runway usage, noise abatement procedures, noise monitoring, and general aviation
This is the complete contract for the current system of 24 Permanent Noise Monitors and Flight Tracking software. The original vendor Exelis was purchased by and is now L3 Harris.
This is the hardware used for each of the 24 permanent noise monitors around Sea-Tac Airport. The significance for us ‘civilans’ is that it uses open-source standards for storing data. Which means that the public can (and should) have access to its recordings. That would enable us to audit the reports we get from the