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July 20, 2011



Pretty noisy tonight--who do I call to complain?


Councilman Deal for airport noise and Assemblyman Hill for the freight train that comes along Tuesday nights and blasts the horn non-stop all along the Peninsula.

pat giorni

Councilman Brownrigg sits on the Airports Commission Round Table; Councilman Deal is a Caltrain Director. Hopefully Assemblyman Hill is listening to our High Speed Rail concerns and will act on them in the Legislature.


Actually, there is a very easy way to complain about SFO airport noise.

Here it is:

Noise Complaint Hotline – (650) 821-4736

Toll Free Noise Complaint Hotline – (877) 206-8290

Noise Complaint Email – sfo.noise@flysfo.comRoundtable

Airport Roundtable Office Direct Line: (650) 692-6465

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