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July 08, 2018

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Jo

I think we should understand nextGen project, I don't think the GPS will reduce the noise, nor 13 degree parallel flights, they gave more freedom to the pilots.

1) Without GPS, we don't experiences that much noise, after nextGen, most of neighbors have more noise complains, I don't see GPS helped anything.
2) When airplane landing, you did not see any parallel flights, so why need 13 degree parallel flight path. since we use GPS, flight path should have less deviation, then FAA should remove the parallel flight path, and better control flight altitude.

Cassandra

1:30 am

Hollyroller

Regarding Noise issues, a questionnaire could/should be sent to all people who live between:
-Broadway and Poplar
-El Camino Real and 101

The single Question directed to City of Burlingame's "Noise Village" inhabitants would be, "Why do you live here.
That information can provide City of Burlingame Elders with possible solutions to this problem. As well as others.
PS
Will Hillsider be giving out Tricks or Treats this Halloween?

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