Wow, a neighborhood organizing because they don't like train whistles? I love trains and the role they played to make this grand and massive country united by rail travel, commerce and connectivity. If their issue is nighttime whistle blowing, I sympathize, but if they resent the gorgeous sound of three quick and one long toot because the train is going through an intersection, I don't understand their opposition.

How many intersections through Southeast Rochester and homeowners are impacted? How do train whistles really affect your lives? Perhaps your TV viewing is impacted? I am willing to hear reasons, but I didn't see any in the PB.

Judy Bird, Byron