Birmingham City Council has received plans for a two-bedroomed flat close to the famous live venue, which bosses fear could lead to noise pollution complaints from the new residents.
What does 59 stand for?
59 stands for Pollution Complaint (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There was a welter of respiratory and pollution complaints culminating in reports of a cluster of 70 cancers thought by critics to be connected with the ovens.
This spring, 10 firms in Zibo City, an industrial city in Shandong province, voluntarily set up an environmental law alliance to help authorities handle pollution complaints and provide legal assistance to victims, according to Xinhua News Agency.
Liverpool's increase in noise pollution complaints is in line with national increases in all but construction.
Wafting smells are the largest cause of pollution in Warrington -featuring in 71% of pollution complaints in 2002 and 60%in 2003.
Encased within what The New York Times refers to as a "Cold-War-Era Geiger Counter," this somewhat bulky object contains a bar code reader equipped with a database listing pollution complaints and ethics violations allegedly committed by the company.
It's an extremely quiet and peaceful location and in my job, where I investigate noise pollution complaints from neighbours, it was important to us.