FAA Wants Miami Residents to Weigh in on Proposed Flight Paths


Friday to voice an opinion on new flight paths that will bring passenger jets flying over north Miami Dade neighborhoods instead of flying out over the bay. The FAA calls at the South Florida Central Metroplex project when the new routes were being tested. Residents in Congresswoman Frederica Wilson's district noticed the increase in noise and planes, Wilson tells NBC six while North Miami Dade County neighborhoods were affected areas close to the beach were spared, so they're to Miami's U the very rich. Oh, you take care of and then those who are struggling for you say, let them bear the brunt of this noise and won't stand for it to voice your opinion, log onto FAA dot gov and click on the tab. Air traffic hotel industry leaders calling on Congress to send

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