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The FAA's Disgraced Des Plaines/Oak Park/Niles Prostitutes, Rebecca Byers MacPherson, Christina Kochanski Drouet, Susan Mowery-Schalk,
James Gregory Keefer gave the middle finger salute to Bensenville, Wood Dale, DuPage, Illinois residents.
Disgraced Rebecca MacPherson
Disgraced Great Lakes Regional Administrator
total pay $187,283
Disgraced Christina Kochanski Drouet
Disgraced Great Lakes Deputy Regional Administrator
total pay $187,283
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Definition of prostitute
2 : to devote to corrupt or unworthy purposes : DEBASE
prostitute one's talents
Definition of prostitute (Entry 2 of 3)
: devoted to corrupt purposes : PROSTITUTED
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FAA concern might mean less relief from noise for O'Hare's DuPage neighbors
The FAA's Rebecca MacPherson gave the middle finger salute to Bensenville, Wood Dale, DuPage, Illinois residents.
It comes as no surprise to those of us 300 million American who have tried to have reasonable, informative, data-based discussion
with the FAA's Rebecca MacPherson that she turned her back on the Bensenville, Wood Dale and Dupage, Illinois residents who
were asking for her help in her position as the FAA Great Lakes Region Regional Administrator (tel: 847-294-7294, salary $187,283,
The reputation of Rebecca MacPherson, and the FAA as a whole, as arrogant, condescending, uncooperative, and uncommunicative
is a reputation that is well earned.
My experience dealing with Rebecca MacPherson is the same as those residents of Bensenville, Wood Dale, DuPage, Illinois and
countless other cities and communities around the country, east to west, north to south.
Just when you think you might be making a little progress in getting some cooperation from Rebecca MacPherson and the FAA,
she pulls out that legal term that Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman brought to light in the movie "All The President's Men."
THE NON-DENIAL, DENIAL
Rebecca MacPherson or Christina Drouet or Susan Mowery-Schalk may show up at a local meeting and commit to looking into the
matter of concern, but at the end of the day, those three buffoons are going to grab their $187,283 paycheck, shut the door
and say "to Hell with the rest of you, I have my money, you can eat dirt."
For years, I have been trying to make some progress in getting some relief from aircraft noise. I will continue to be a pain
in the ASS to Rebecca MacPherson and Christina Drouet, Susan Mowery-Schalk and the rest of that CORRUPT group that run the
Great Lakes office of the FAA, until I am six feet under.
My recommendation to the residents of Bensenville, Wood Dale and Dupage is to do the same thing. Be a pain in the ass to
these people. They feel they have the right to infringe on the health, safety and welfare of you and your families. If those
are the rules they choose, you and I will reply in kind.
Rebecca MacPherson claims that fewer Air Traffic controllers work at night.
Using 2017 salary data from the website, http://www.Federalpay.org, the FAA employs 635 Air Traffic Controllers in the state
The 2017 salary range for those 635 Air Traffic Controllers is $106,950 (Andrew Riggs) to $202,285 (William Cound).
Of those 635 Illinois Air Traffic Controllers, 332 of them make more than $150,000 yearly. Even with the cost of living in
Chicago and Illinois, that is an above average salary.
Rebecca MacPherson, please don't use the excuse that less Air Traffic Controllers work at night. You have 635 people to choose
Rebecca MacPherson, get off your high horse and stop thinking that you can walk on water.
FAA concern might mean less noise relief for O'Hare's DuPage neighbors
Finding a way to evenly distribute nighttime jet noise is proving difficult for the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission.
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Months of discussions on creating an overnight runway rotation at O'Hare International Airport hit turbulence after federal
officials warned Tuesday that one option for incoming jets was potentially unsafe.
The caution to members of the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission came as a "bombshell" to some but a minor obstacle to
others in the group attempting to evenly distribute nighttime jet noise around the region.
At issue is landing aircraft overnight on Runway 9-Center, which is under construction and scheduled to be completed in 2020
on O'Hare's north airfield.
"We do have some concerns" about using 9-Center for nighttime arrivals, Federal Aviation Administration Regional Administrator
Rebecca MacPherson said. "It's really important that you not just assume the FAA doesn't have a problem with arrivals on 9-Center."
Those statements were an unpleasant surprise for noise commission members from towns like Bensenville and Wood Dale, where
some neighborhoods are beset by jet noise from takeoffs and landings on O'Hare's south airfield.
"It's kind of a bombshell," Bensenville Village Manager Evan Summers said. "This is three years' worth of work where we anticipated
using the north airfield to provide relief" for residents.
Runway 9-Center is located near hangars used for aircraft maintenance at night. To reach the hangars, some jets would need
to cross one end of the runway, and that could conflict with planes landing when pilots require the entire length of the runway,
Another concern is that fewer air traffic controllers work at night; officials don't want to add to their duties by having
them monitor planes landing on and crossing 9-Center for maintenance.
The FAA does not expect departing aircraft on 9-Center to pose a problem.
"It seems today is a turning point," said Dan Dwyer, a member of the Fair Allocation in Runways Group.
"Our worst fears that limited options would remain -- absent Runway 15/33 -- seem to be affirmed by the FAA," he said referring
to a demolished runway that typically handled flights in a northwest direction.
The noise commission's Fly Quiet Committee has been tasked with choosing runways to be used in a weekly rotation once O'Hare's
expansion is completed in 2021.
"It's all new, there's no road map," committee chairman Joseph Annunzio noted. "We're writing the manual right now, and it's
too important to throw up our hands."
The Chicago Department of Aviation is expected to request the FAA do further analysis of 9-Center's use at night.
Meanwhile, Aviation Commissioner Jamie Rhee said that 9-Center and the extension of another north runway would "balance not
only between the north and south airfields, but also east and west.
"Additional east/west runways will provide the opportunity to decrease operations on existing runways and existing flight
paths and therefore spread out the impact of aircraft noise," Rhee said.