• Petitioned Terry.English@faa.gov

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Terry.English@faa.gov

Stop Logan Runway 33L Flying Over Milton

    1. Beth Fleitman
    2. Petition by

      Beth Fleitman

      Milton, MA

To stop this flight pattern over Milton which will affect residences and schools. 

To:
Terry.English@faa.gov
Stop Logan Runway 33L Flying Over Milton

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • sandra Gillis DEDHAM, MA
      • about 1 year ago

      I have notice a difference in the noise level in my Dedham neighborhood. Sometimes the planes news level doesn't allow me to hear my children talking to me in the backyard

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    • Christina Ellison HYDE PARK, MA
      • about 1 year ago

      I can not rest, I am woken up out of my sleep, I can not enjoy my property, and when it is time to sell who would want to live here therefore my property value is now down.

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    • Kevin Kiley DORCHESTER, MA
      • about 1 year ago

      My house is on the same 4R/L approaching flight path as Milton. As others have pointed out, the path is used 40-50% of the time. We'll sometimes have 2-3 planes flying overhead every minute. As such, I have to imagine we'll also be impacted by the new 33L runway as well. Spread the noise pollution equitably throughout all communities, please.

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    • scott kelley CHELSEA, MA
      • over 1 year ago

      Airplanes planes are now flying over my house virtually non-stop, starting about 6:00 AM. Flight noise is now almost constantly in the background.

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    • Cynthia Desmond MILTON, MA
      • over 1 year ago

      Avg 37 planes a day over Milton. What a joke. They have been flying over my house every 2.5 min all day. I can not have a converstaion, or hear the radio, or TV with the planes flying overhead every 2.5 min.

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