Thousands complained and now there is proof that they were right all along.

Neighbors hope the Federal Aviation Administration will adjust new flight paths that recently brought the unwelcome sound of jets to several Valley neighborhoods.

Monday night people who never lived in a flight path until late last year listened to the breakdown of a 200-plus page report taken since they began complaining.

The city collected data revealed higher noise levels in some neighborhoods.

There were instances of planes flying overhead, at times, in two minute intervals.

Seeing proof in black and white validated the frustrations of some at the meeting.

Monday's forum was the first of four public meetings happening around the Valley.

The next will take place at Cesar Chavez High School Thursday night from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.