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Waiting for a call back

Dear Editor:

We live at the top of the Brush Creek subdivision. More typically on holiday weekends, some jets headed west, banking just beyond us, push the throttle to the point where we get a very loud roar.

We have called in noise complaints to the airport’s noise hotline voicemail a few times a year for several years. I am glad to read that Mr. Jim Elwood (director of the Aspen airport) takes those calls very seriously, but in all the years, we have never once gotten a call back or any acknowledgment that anyone got the message.

Gerald Grayson

Brush Creek

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