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Milton residents on edge over increased Logan noise

Say the words “nonstop flights” to most Milton residents and you are likely to be met with a shudder. In this bucolic town just south of Boston, the term has taken on new meaning — a seemingly incessant string of jets filling the skies.

“There are mornings when I’m woken up at 5 in the morning with planes going overhead 30 seconds to a minute apart,” said Anacristina Kenney, who lives on the south side of Milton. “We have to keep fans on, we have the windows closed, and the air-conditioner running to block out the sound, and even then we can still hear the airplanes.”

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