Boston West Fair Skies (BWFS) will hold its quarterly meeting Thursday, November 2 in Belmont, the group announced.
BWFS works towards redistributing airplane noise more fairly among our communities.
Thursday November 2nd, 2017, 7-8:30 P.M.
Belmont Public Library, 336 Concord Ave.
We are a citizens grassroots organization which includes Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Medford, Somerville, Watertown and Winchester – all communities affected by the increased airplane noise due to the implementation of 33L RNAV (using GPS) departures at Boston Logan Airport. The quarterly meeting location rotates to different towns.
BWFS is fighting for a more equitable distribution of airplane noise. Since our creation in 2013 we have made good progress with officials at the state and national level. We are hoping that Boston Logan will soon be the first airport selected by the FAA to have RNAV departure procedures re-evaluated. Everyone affected by the increased airplane noise is strongly encouraged to join the fight.
More info at: www.bostonwestfairskies.org