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“The monitoring data shows exceedences on March 2, 2014 (Scenario #2) and March 15, 2014 (Scenario #3), both at the 13 Schofield Road monitoring location. The exceedences occurred with winds from the South and Southwest at moderate and high speeds of 8 to 10.3 meters/second at hub height. On March 2, 2014, the data collected indicates that there was a 15 dBA difference between the L90 Background and the LMax sound from the KWI wind turbine. On March 15, 2014, the data collected indicates that there was a 13.7 dBA difference between the L90 background and the LMax sound from the KWI wind turbine.”
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