A public hearing is set for 7 p.m., June 8 at the Old Armory Building, George Miller Room B, at the corner of Fourth and Lyons streets, Albany. Neighbor Gary Noble, who lives on Queener Drive, is pulling for a full house at the meeting to speak in opposition. Noble is especially concerned about the effect of shotgun noise around the historic Wisner Cemetery, which is in one corner of the proposed preserve. "One of my sons loves to roam in the cemetery. It affords him peace, quiet and solitude," Noble said. "Peace, quiet and solitude is what we must maintain." Noble has made it his mission to find the descendants of the people buried in the cemetery to speak out at the hearing. "There's approximately 312 souls in the cemetery," Noble said. "This is a plea to the survivors of these people to come to the planning commission meeting so these graves are not desecrated by the blast of shotguns around the cemetery."