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Seeking Members for PIR Subcommittee

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​​​​​​​The Portland International Raceway (PIR) is a Noise Review Board subcommittee that will explore possible solutions and feasible recommendations to address community concerns related to noise from PIR. Deadline to apply is Friday, October 9.
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The Portland International Raceway (PIR) is a Noise Review Board subcommittee that will explore possible solutions and feasible recommendations to address community concerns related to noise from PIR. They will consider solutions that allow all impacted parties to co-exist and live within a more harmonious environment.

The subcommittee will produce a report with recommendations to the Noise Review Board, who then will present the final report to City Council if needed.
The makeup of the subcommittee will include: 

  • Interested Parties (neighbors with "lived experience" or noise subject matter experts)
  • PIR Users and Visitors (track users, spectators, and visitors)
  • PIR Staff
  • Noise Review Board Members

Applications are due this Friday, Oct. 8. Find out more on the Noise Review Board's website.