Airport Noise Advisory Panel (ANAP)
ANAP was formally established by the Airport Board of Trustees by Resolution No. 110 on June 28, 1984, as a volunteer committee related to airport noise.
The purpose of ANAP is to:
- Receive and assess information on airport noise issues
- Assist in coordination between noise sensitive, off airport land use activities and noise generating airport activities
- Promote greater communication regarding airport noise among the various public bodies, agencies, and commissions
- Make advisory recommendations to the Airport Authority Board of Trustees regarding new and existing programs and approaches to noise abatement
ANAP is led by citizen representatives that are appointed by their individual governing bodies, each member’s initial term is two years in length and each may be reappointed for additional two-year terms. No more than one representative from each of these three jurisdictions shall have affiliation with the government entity through employment or elective office.
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The agenda and quarterly noise complaints will be posted three (3) days prior to the meeting. Draft meeting minutes are posted ten (10) days after the meeting date. Final minutes are posted following approval by the Panel. ANAP meetings are held at least twice a year.
If you would like to be added to the email distribution list for ANAP meeting agendas or have questions about ANAP, please contact email@example.com.
ANAP members can be contacted care of:
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority
P.O. Box 12490
Reno, NV 89510-2490