The Chicago Department of Aviation is looking to hear feedback from the residents surrounding O'Hare Airport on their current runway rotation test plan. The plan, which began in July, will expire in December and was an attempt to spread the noise generated by low-flying aircraft to different towns adjacent to the airport in weekly cycles. The intention of the plan is to give residents some predictability as to when to expect noise during those over night, Fly Quiet hours.
"I encourage all my constituents to give their thoughts on the effectiveness of the runway rotation plan," state Rep. McAuliffe. "Providing feedback is a good step in continuing to implement changes to bring noise relief to the area."
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