A local organization is asking for the community’s support in thwarting flyover noise.
The Milton Committee on Aviation Impacts will host a meeting Saturday morning. The committee’s mission is to “reduce the number of airplanes flying over Milton,” according to a press statement from the committee.
“Following a brief presentation about airplane noise patterns over Milton, the meeting will discuss strategies to work with elected and appointed officials and outreach to more Milton residents to increase involvement in these efforts,” the release says.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently proposed a new flight path originating from Logan Airport’s Runway 33L causing planes to fly directly over Milton, Canton and Randolph.
The meeting is Saturday, Sept. 7, 9:30 a.m. at the Milton Public Library. It is free and open to the public.