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July 25, 2019



As an aside, while talking to the Noise Abatement team, I learned that they will have to move a permanent noise monitoring station that is near Devereaux and Lincoln school due to some property changes on the site they have been on for years. They are looking for ideas on where to move it to. Ideas are welcome.

Ted Yun

The monitor should be picking up pretty large readings today. It’s been non stop all day. I’m sure tonight is going to be a blast (pun intended)....

Peter Garrison

SFO really cranking it out last night around 1am. Up here in the hills it was booming.


Thanks Joe.
Joe for Mayor of Burlingame.

Peter Garrison

12:30-1:30 am last night! Back windows of the house rattling from low-frequency bumps... Need noise monitor up here in the hills.

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