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San Francisco’s Concerned Residents Experiencing Annoying Aircraft Maneuvers


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SCREAAM in the News – Front Page of West Portal Monthly (Feb 2017)

SCREAAM is mentioned this month on the front page jet noise article of the local paper for the West Portal neighborhood of San Francisco.   Note:  They do not have an online version of the story, so no link available.  See attached images.

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Next SCREAAM Meeting Scheduled for 2/16

The will be an upcoming meeting of SCREAAM on 2/16 at 6:30pm. If you are interested in working with fellow community members to do something about the jet noise in San Francisco please come join us to plan what actions we can take. If you have any questions please contact us via our Contact Page.

Date: Thursday 2/16/17

Time: 6:30PM-8:30PM

Location: Ingleside Public Library meeting room

1298 Ocean Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112


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The Airplane Impacts Mitigation (AIM) Act of 2017 introduced

boston-jet-noiseBOSTON, MASS – This week, Congressman Stephen F. Lynch (D-Boston), joined by members of the bipartisan Quiet Skies Caucus, introduced H.R. 598, the Airplane Impacts Mitigation (AIM) Act of 2017.

In a press release from congressman Lynch, congresswoman Anna Eshoo who represents the South Bay comments:

New flight paths implemented under the FAA’s NextGen program have generated alarming and untenable increases in noise impacts across my entire Congressional District. I consistently hear from constituents who are impacted daily and are concerned about air pollution and other negative health impacts of airplane overflights.  This legislation goes to the heart of this issue, ensuring there will be scientific data developed and measured to assess the NextGen program and its effect on my constituents.

The complete press release is  available here.