Fair Skies Nation to host candidate forum on April 5 focusing on air traffic and pollution in Milton

@fairskiesnation to host candidate forum TONIGHT, April 5, focusing on air traffic and pollution in Milton {permalink} #MiltonMA #MiltonNeighbors #NextGen #FairAirTraffic
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Fair Skies Nation to host candidate forum on April 5 focusing on air traffic and pollution in Milton

WHEN: April 5, 2018, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

WHERE: Milton Council on Aging, 10 Walnut Street, Milton MA

Fair Skies Nation invites the community and all of Milton’s Town-wide to present their views on airplane traffic and pollution, and answer questions at the forum. Following the forum, Fair Skies Nation endorsements will be made public.

The forum will be broadcast and streamed on Milton Access TV and, technology-permitting, livestreamed on Facebook on the Milton Scene Facebook page: facebook.com/miltonscene.

All town-wide candidates are invited to the forum, including:

Board of Selectmen

Melinda A. Collins, Tony Farrington, Michael Zullas

Town Clerk

Susan Galvin

Town Treasurer

James McAuliffe

Board of Assessors

James A. Henderson

School Committee

Kevin P. Donahue , Sheila Egan Varela

Park Commissioner

Robert J. Kelly , Scott McKay

Board of Health

Laura T. Richards, Mary F. Stenson

Trustee of the Library

Paul S. Hays, Philip J. Driscoll, Chiara Frenquellucci

Trustee of the Cemetery

James A. Coyne

Housing Authority

Earl Fay

Planning Board

Richard Boehler, Alexander Whiteside

About Fair Skies Nation:

The mission of Fair Skies Nation is to raise awareness of adverse health and environmental impacts caused by concentrated aircraft take-offs and landings and to promote fair and equitable air traffic solutions to ameliorate such adverse impacts.

Fair Skies Nation is a 501C4 non-profit, formed as a result of combining grassroots organizations in Milton, MA. The founding group quickly realized that many other communities surrounding Logan Airport as well as other airports throughout our nation are struggling with the same issues: pollution, stress, loss of sleep, and general decreased quality of life and enjoyment of property due to the implementation of satellite-based NextGen paths. Fair Skies Nation was formed to organize and advocate for fair distribution of flight paths over our nation’s skies. Learn more at www.fairskiesnation.com.

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