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Plane-ly heard in Medfield

Posted by Ralph Ranalli August 22, 2007 03:57 PM



Paul Rhuda, the chairman of the Medfield Board of Selectmen, will serve on a regional committee that is studying whether noise from planes flying into and out of Logan Airport can be spread out among communities in the Boston area.

Some residents have complained about aircraft noise, but Town Administrator Michael Sullivan said planes usually fly over Medfield only when weather conditions force pilots off their normal routes.

-- Calvin Hennick

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