The Public Demands Noise Regulation and Doesn't Care Who Does It 710329
This summary paper introduces the three panelists who have prepared contributing papers and who will summarize their own papers, Messrs Crotti, Meynell, and Pulling. It also attempts to set the stage and highlight some of the issues.
The public is increasingly demanding relief from aircraft noise, and demanding evidence that all possible remedial action has been taken. State governments, concerned for the health and welfare of their citizens, are considering whether they may be in an ideal position to act as a regulatory catalyst in this area.