Representative Walter Timilty recently wrote to the FAA urging an extension to the public comment period regarding airplane impacts over affected communities. In an email to MyTownMatters, Representative Timilty wrote: “It is my belief that the most recent comment period, established by the F.A.A., regarding the incredibly, inequitable flight-plans that have been thrust upon Milton, to be unreasonable.” Please click “Read more for the text of Representative Timilty’s letter to the FAA.
To the F.A.A.:
Given the incredibly unjust and deleterious flight-plans that have been foisted upon the citizens that I am privileged to represent, which is compounded by the dearth of accurate information provided by the F.A.A., I am requesting an extension of the period that has been established for comments from our aggrieved residents. Currently this period will expire on June 5.
Obviously, this is not reasonable! I firmly believe that an extension, lasting until June 30 would be appropriate. Please, extend this most reasonable of requests every possible consideration.
Walter F. Timilty
7th Norfolk District