[Summit] leaf blowers & idling cars: E. Side quality of life issues
jeff at cavanaugh.org
Fri Oct 17 13:24:41 CDT 2014
It's so hard to legislate courtesy and thoughtfulness. Unfortunately, the
culture in this country has become one where you don't have any obligation
to anyone else. I could do without idling, leaf-blowers and motorcycles
with legally required emissions and sound mitigation components disabled.
I'm not opposed to regulation and enforcement either, but, it won't solve
all of it.
On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 2:14 PM, Delgado, Mona Moller <
mona_delgado at brown.edu> wrote:
> As a biker and walker I am frustrated over the school buses idling every
> morning and afternoon on Hope by the Providence Center, they are there for
> a very long time. I can't breathe. Any way we can include all schools
> around also?
> On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 1:28 PM, Paul Wilde <zenyente at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So the question is, do we have any support to introduce legislation to
>> ban leaf blowers in Prov?
>> Similarly, from a clean air pt of view, does anyone find it reasonable to
>> petition the Hope St merchants to encourage a ban (or strongly worded
>> request) on cars idling in parking lots? According to Click & Clack,
>> anything beyond 30 sec of idling and you have lost any gain you may have
>> saved from fuel used by turning the car off & on again, or are people too
>> unconcerned to be bothered by this form of noise and air pollution? Not to
>> mention walking the gauntlet to your car, which we hope, is turned off. As
>> one friend put it, you are getting 0 mpg while idling.
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> Mona Delgado
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