New York's Bloomberg Works to Bring Down Da Noise New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg mounts a campaign against noise pollution, the top complaint on a police "quality of life" hotline. New Yorkers are annoyed by the racket from car horns and personal stereos -- and from loudspeakers coaxing people into bars and restaurants. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

New York's Bloomberg Works to Bring Down Da Noise

New York's Bloomberg Works to Bring Down Da Noise

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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg mounts a campaign against noise pollution, the top complaint on a police "quality of life" hotline. New Yorkers are annoyed by the racket from car horns and personal stereos — and from loudspeakers coaxing people into bars and restaurants. NPR's Margot Adler reports.