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As used in this chapter:
(a) “Plainly audible sound” means any sound which clearly can be heard by unimpaired auditory senses based on a direct line of sight of fifty or more feet; however, words or phrases need not be discernible and said sound shall include base reverberation.
(b) “Noise disturbance” means any sound which, by reason of its volume, intensity or duration:
(1) Significantly endangers or causes any injury to the health of humans or animals;
(2) Damages personal or real property or presents a significant risk of damage to personal or real property; or
(3) Is annoying or disturbing to a reasonable person of normal sensitivities.
(Ord. 2008-121. Passed 9-15-08.)