of the site;
b. A noise contour overlay map depicting the anticipated
noise as measured in decibels (dB) using a sound level
meter that conforms to specifications published by the
American National Standards Institute (specifications for
Sound Level Meters S1.4 ‑ 1971, or the latest edition of
such noise standards, shall be used) of the proposed
c. When the noise contour overlay map depicts projected
outdoor noise exceeding 55 dB or indoor noise exceeding 40
dB within 1000 feet of the property boundary should it
overlap a land use of lesser intensity, effective noise
abatement measures shall be incorporated with the Final
Development Plan in text format. The Final Development Plan Map shall depict outdoor noise contours not to exceed 55 dB and indoor noise not to exceed 40 dB within the 1000 foot perimeter of the development property boundary.
2. The Planning Commission reserves the right to direct the
Developer and/or owner to conduct studies by a professional engineer using state of the art engineering methods to determine findings of fact as to objectionable noise emanating from any existing or potential land use.
1600 (C) OBJECTIONABLE ODORS
Potential objectionable odors emitted by industrial, commercial and
other land uses which rise to the level of intensity so as to be
construed as commercial or industrial‑like shall be regulated by
Kentucky Administrative Regulations (KAR) Title 401, Chapters 50‑65; Sections 1(a)(b)(c)(d) and Section 2 as follows to protect the general health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Shelby County.
1600 (C) GENERAL
1. Objectionable odors and odorous matter shall be kept to a minimum