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2014 12 08 Other, Documents provided by Mr. Steve Mirizio during Public Input Date: December 8, 2014 Mr. Steve Mirizio, 1628 Thornhill Circle, Oviedo, Florida: referenced the attached document during "Public Input" at the December 8, 2014 City Commission Regular Meeting. r ? z- LL PE. iL¼t,pe g 0,7/ 7 a.' ? -cZ. )cvN© 5 U9RVe--( �� M 6 ' 144''tL eNGR-1-‘p. ;;:—) 1,4•0_, - ' - ' To?e>r wparu- St-4 3o, 4 ilc,______-./4\-----------------\(v Nth Q.' 4 I a -if AS--T INS SLAV. VM2- 7? 4. `1'260.2 -to - t WI t- 2h,, ,� , 4F L, ' =A ,, ,l -I-2,,b // � :— 1 /1) 14101 1401SE ?own ot4 a WMI EAST i WML SII�t«.6R.. 1 (See Drawing) The average distance above a typical car hood on a "proposed parking lot" to the top of our existing wall is less than 2 feet and not high enough to keep the noise levels from easily going over the wall. This is without even considering a truck hood height of approximately 4 feet; which would reduce the distance to the top of the wall by one foot. * * Engine noise, radios, headlights, etc. before 4am in the morning is only 13'-6" away from our residents' wall. This distance is much worse than the drive through traffic lane and the order station. This condition is typical for 20 parking spaces. Sound Abatement Recommendations by a noise abatement consultant addressing issues for a proposed Dunkin Donuts site as per (website- http://www.villageofisle.org/doc/20130821.packet.pdf) p.30 of 69. Consultant's Recommendations of Drive through Do's and Don'ts Guidelines (selected only those appropriate to our site) tI v Do: Do use brick or concrete walls to isolate the installation from the adjacent residences. These walls make good barriers, but must be high enough that sound does not easily go over them. Don't: Face the speaker post or drive through lane at adjacent residences. Remember that the highest sound levels are likely to be directly opposite the post and off the front end of the vehicles. Don't: Rely on vegetation to reduce sounds. Plants have rather limited impact on sound levels.