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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB Fox 41)---Some people in the Schnitzelburg neighborhood blame noisy airplanes flying overhead for keeping them up at night.
These Schnitzelburg neighbors say they live directly in the flight path of airplanes.
Some say, it keeps them up at night and makes it hard for them to even have conversations in their own homes.
They're now hoping for a change.
They met Wednesday evening to get neighbors in the community involved in their fight to stop the noise.
They want to convince the Louisville Regional Airport Authority that they should qualify for the federal "Quieter Home" program.
This group of neighbors say it is needed.
"The soundproofing is up to $50,000 per home- new windows, new doors, installation, and potentially a new A/C unit depending on how efficient yours is," says Nydia Regnier with Soundproof Schnizelburg.
"I have to run 5 fans in my house, summer and winter, especially when the UPS planes come over and sometimes they sound like they're going to come right into my house," says Joanna Allen, who lives nearby.
The group's spokesperson does tell us that the Louisville Regional Airport Authority will be holding a noise forum meeting at their Administration Building on Monday, July 23rd at 6 p.m.
She says that's where phases 4 through 7 of the "Quieter Home" program will be announced, including some nearby neighborhoods.
They're hoping to have a lot of neighbors at that meeting to talk to officials about why they should be included.