Warner Robins City Council passes sound ordinance

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Warner Robins City Council passed a sound ordinance during its meeting Tuesday night. 

The law sets a decibel limit for residences, businesses, and industrial properties. The sound limit varies depending on the time of day.

Council members tell 41NBC, patrol officers will be equipped with decibel meters. The Warner Robins Police Department plans to buy four of them, one for each shift. Officials expect each one to cost about $300.

Mayor Randy Toms says the law takes effect immediately, but they will not start enforcing it until the new equipment is purchased.

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