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Report Title: Noise Control; County Liquor Commissions; Maximum Permissible Sound Level; Enforcement; Law Enforcement Officers; Liquor License
Description: Enhances the control of low-frequency noise emitted from establishments regulated by county liquor commissions by setting a maximum permissible noise level in dBC measurements. Clarifies that emission of noise that exceeds the maximum permissible noise level constitutes a noise violation. Allows noise violations to be enforced by summons or citation issued by law enforcement officers. Allows county liquor commissions to adopt rules to issue fines for noise violation. Allows county liquor commissions to revoke or suspend a liquor license, deny the application, renewal, or transfer of a license, or withhold issuance of a license when the licensee or applicant fails to take corrective action to address noise complaints or violations.
Companion:  SB2124
Package: None
Current Referral: HHH, CPC
Introducer(s): SAIKI, TAM

Sort by Date Status Text
1/26/2022HReferred to HHH, CPC, referral sheet 2
1/24/2022HIntroduced and Pass First Reading.
1/21/2022HPending introduction.

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