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Posted on 25 July 2008
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Mr. Reilly of Noyac gives a very unbiased account of the reality that those of us in the area experience. As a person who lives at a relatively high altitude for Noyac we too experience the plates and glasses shaking in the cupboard as well as having to halt our conversations outside (often inside as well until the noise has abated). It is at the exact times he mentioned as well as often at far too early of an hour on Monday mornings (5:30-6am). Simply put, itâ€™s wonderful that some people can afford to commute that way but how could it be fair to have it occur at the expense of others?
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