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I Bar concerts more disturbing than aircraft testing – Gunnison Country Times

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Thursday, September 2, 2021

Editor: 
Last week’s article regarding the constraints on local government’s ability to regulate noise from the airport was quite informative. My wife and I live on south Taylor Street in close proximity to the airport runway, and we can attest to the fact that it can sometimes be quite loud. Nonetheless, we moved to our present location knowing full well that we would sometimes be subject to aircraft noise and do not feel we are in a position to complain. 
On the same topic, however, we believe any discussion of noise levels within the city should include another source: the I Bar Ranch. The loud music frequently emanating from the I Bar during the summer is just as problematic as noise from the airport. We live a mile due west of the I Bar and find many of its concerts more disturbing than aircraft testing. While the testing is conducted during daylight hours, the I Bar concerts often go late into the night. For example, the concert this past Friday did not end until 11:30 p.m. and was much louder than usual. We wonder what decibel level the audience is subjected to when we can identify song lyrics a mile distant. The peaceful summer evenings with windows open that we used to enjoy came to an end when the I Bar became a music venue. Just to be clear, as frequent attendees at Sundays@6 we have nothing against outdoor music performances, as long as they are conducted at an appropriate sound level at an appropriate time. 
Short of idling their engines or shutting down completely, the aircraft testers have very little, if any, control over the noise they generate. The I Bar, on the other hand, can simply turn the amps down a few notches. Although those whose jobs require them to sleep during the day would probably disagree, if given the choice between daytime aircraft testing and loud late-night music, we’ll take the testing every time. 
 
Steven R. Voet
Gunnison
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