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May 3, 2001


(David, Isabel and Tina)
After some discussion - Bruce pointed out that a noise wall would have to be really high to make any difference to us up here on the hill, and also that trees have been shown not to muffle the noise. David also pointed out that the wall would basically have to extend from almost Ewingsdale to the Wreckers petrol station to have any effect, so this has been dropped. However they will be looking into other noise-reduction issues such as signs about compression breaking, and to turn off refrigation units at the turnout.

Posted at May 3, 2001 12:00 AM

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