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Watertown joins in concern over jet noise

Watertown officials are investigating overhead airplane noise after a new flight path at Logan International Airport has caused planes to fly directly over the town and surrounding communities in recent months, according to a town councilor.

The Town Council’s Committee on State, Federal and Regional Government will hold a meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in Town Hall to discuss an increase in low-flying planes that the committee’s chairwoman, Angeline Kounelis, says has left her house shaking at all hours of the day this fall.

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