Survey aims to solve NYC noise issues
The New York Comptroller's Office is conducting a new survey on city noise.
The survey, which can be completed through March 15, aims to find out more about the noise people hear across neighborhoods and how that noise can be remedied.
Residents filed over 68,000 noise complaints in 2015 for things like constructions and noisy neighbors.
The survey can be found through the New York City website's Community Board No. 12 page.