Tonight’s Select Board Meeting: Milton’s 4R (arrival runway) MIT study and 4L(arrival runway) Environmental Assessment update

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Tonight’s Select Board Meeting: Milton’s 4R (arrival runway) MIT study and 4L(arrival runway) Environmental Assessment update

Why should this matter to you?

Milton already has one satellite based arrival path over town, known as 4R. Because this is a satellite-based path, it can accommodate a large amount of planes, which all fly consistently over the same school, parks, and homes.

4L is another arrival path over Town but it is currently not satellite-based, resulting in fewer planes. If and when it is converted into a satellite-based path, Milton will endure even more plane noise and pollution over a different concentrated area.

If this concerns you, you might consider watching the meeting.

How to join on October 6, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Join the meeting here on zoom.

Meeting ID: 829 3451 8112

Passcode: 42817

Dial in number: 1-929-205-6099

Agenda

  1. Call to Order
  2. Logan Runway 4R Arrivals: Review of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Study arrival path dispersion alternatives by Massport Community Advisory Committee representative, Tom Dougherty, followed by a public comment period on the MIT Study arrival path dispersion alternatives
  3.  Logan Runway 4L Arrivals: Outline of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Environmental Assessment (EA) process for its proposed RNAV GPS Runway 4L arrival path and request for comments from the Milton community by Tom Dougherty, followed by public comment period on the FAA’s EA process
  4. Discussion of FAA’s 4L Environmental Assessment process for its proposed RNAV GPS Runway 4L arrival path and related board action to be taken
  5. Discussion/Approval – MIT Study arrival path dispersion alternatives for Runway 4R and related board action to be taken
  6. Adjourn

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