CSX may bully and push around the small people, but we will unite and stand with them, as the brute force of railroad oppression is revealed to the investors. The state pension funds are a good source, that will respond to written correspondence. On the 50th anniversary of MLK demonstrations in Birmingham, its time to unite and stand up to CSX oppression, as they CSX, bring out the water hoses of ignorance.
Why would CSX offer 25k per household for sound protection if they didn't think it was a problem? In some places in europe the homes are adjacent to tracks but the homes are soundproof and vibration proof. Thats what that Mason City folks need.