Massport, FAA sends up 500 low flying planes over the same schools, parks and homes up to 20 hours per day, abuse has substantially increased over the last six months
Milton residents and politicians are seeking a fair share of plane traffic. The town has over twice its share of arrivals and low flying jets from two concentrated paths. In the last 12 months (8/15-7/16) nearly 50,000 plane arrivals flying and over 8,000 departures flew over Milton. The majority of low flying planes flew over the same neighborhoods, schools and parks. Many days, residents experience up to 20 hours (from 5 a.m. until well after midnight) of low, roaring planes flying at 1,700 feet altitude which has led to numerous, negative health consequences.
Toxic plane emissions that fly under 2,000 feet like in Milton fall directly on families that impacts air quality, health and use of property.
- Jon D’Angelo from Senator Elizabeth Warren’s office and a colleague
- Walter F. Timilty, State Senator Candidate and Milton State Rep.
- Steve Teehan, Walter Timilty’s Chief of Staff
- William Driscoll, Milton State Rep Candidate.
- Daniel Cullinane, Milton State Rep.
- Bob Fowkes or John Murphy, from Congressman Steve Lynch’s Office
- Ray Barrett from Congressman Capuano’s office
- David Burnes, Milton Board of Selectmen
- Milton residents wearing red in solidarity, testimonials of how the constant plane abuse negatively affects health and quality of life
Thursday, September 15th at 9:00 AM – MassPort Headquarters located at One Harborside Drive, East Boston, MA – Security check in by 8:30 am
BOS Fair Skies Co-Chairperson – Sheryl Fleitman [email protected] 339-987-0499
BOS Fair Skies Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/nomore.planes/
Sign the plane petition: www.miltonscene.com/petition