Jeff Lewis
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April 28, 2016
A very good letter. Thanks for taking the time to study the problem and report it accurately, thoroughly. As a retired FAA ATC on the West Coast, I have made it something of a weird hobby to study aviation impacts and try to identify solutions. It is absolutely true that FAA has basically opened all faucets and removed all barriers for the airlines, and in the process has destroyed all community balances that previously existed. The health of many individual residents is also being destroyed. Thankfully, with responsible citizens speaking up and demanding accountability, all of this can (and will, eventually!) be repaired. The normalization, so that airports and FAA serve people and communities and not just airline profits, would be greatly accelerated if our elected officials spent less time politicking and fundraising, and more time SERVING YOUR CONSTITUENTS!
V.S.Resident
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April 28, 2016
With hundreds of thousands of people across the country suffering under NextGen, this would almost seem to qualify as a crime against humanity. FAA head Michael Huerta needs to be held accountable.
Elaine Miller
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April 28, 2016
Great article and you hit each point directly head on. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the people who suffer from a constant stream of noise due to the runways. I speak from personal experience. Someone needs to have criminal charges pressed against. Perhaps a class action suit.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, center, speaks about the adverse effects of the East Side Access construction on Sunnyside residents.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, center, speaks about the adverse effects of the East Side Access construction on Sunnyside residents.
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