'They woke me up with a loud hissing noise this morning, and it wasn't even 7:30 yet! I've lived behind the facility for 5 yeans now, and this morning was something rather new. I have learned to live with the trucks in and out all day, but this loud intermittent hissing sound was just too much. nice work on the website!' - Resident on Beethoven St
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Bates Troy attempts bribery to stop this campaign (click here if video doesn't appear):