FAA air traffic complaints – who to contact

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On December 3, Congressman Stephen Lynch hosted a community meeting with the FAA concerning air traffic problems in Milton and areas surrounding Boston. Below is a list of people to contact if you have concerns about air traffic or would like to ask questions.

How to file a noise complaint:

www.massport.com/environment/environmental-reporting/noise-abatement/noise-complaints/

FAA

Todd Friedenberg: [email protected]
Terry English: [email protected]
Andy Hale: [email protected]
Brian Brunelle: [email protected]
Mike Nelson: [email protected]

Massport

Flavio Leo: [email protected]
José Massó: [email protected]
Frank Iacovino: [email protected]

Federal Officials

Rep. Steven Lynch
lynch.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
617-428-2000

Rep. Mike Capuano
www.house.gov/capuano/contact/email.shtml
617-621-6208

Sen. Elizabeth Warren
www.warren.senate.gov/?p=email_senator
617-565-3170

Sen. Ed Markey
www.markey.senate.gov/contact
617-565-8519

State Officials

State Sen. Brian Joyce [email protected]
Rebecca Ashby – Sen. Joyce’s Liaison
[email protected]
617-722-1643

State Rep. Walter Timilty
[email protected]
617-722-2230
Stephen Teehan – Legislative Director for Rep. Timilty
[email protected]

State Rep. Dan Cullinane
www.dancullinane.com/contact
617-615-8076

Local Officials

Selectperson Katie Conlon: [email protected]
Selectperson Tom Hurley: [email protected]
Selectperson Dave Burnes: [email protected]

Board of Health Member: Roxanne Musto [email protected]
Board of Health Member: Anne Fidler [email protected]
Board of Health Member: Laura Richards [email protected]

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