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Bloomberg on Noise Pollution Campaign

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Bloomberg on Noise Pollution Campaign

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Bloomberg on Noise Pollution Campaign

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Is New York City too noisy? Mayor Michael Bloomberg thinks so. The mayor is proposing to rework the noise code to address the sounds of barking dogs, loud bars, and even Mr. Softee himself, the ice cream man. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.