Plans to change Logan flight paths causing concern
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Zamore said the environmental assessment projects that fewer people overall will have planes overhead in Milton due to the more precise flight corridor.
“I agree with Judy that her neighborhood will be more affected, but East Milton will benefit,” Zamore said. “Most committee members realize it’s not what benefits ourselves and our towns, but the whole region. It’s about fairness.”
The environmental assessment can be found at www.bostonrnavea.com.
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