Long Islanders who live near airports fed up with noise

Malverne homeowner Elaine Miller and Bayside resident Frank Elorza talk about the uptick in airplane noise in their homes near Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in the last several years.  Calling it abuse and torture, Miller, in a June 25, 2014, interview said she wanted the FAA to change flight paths over residential areas, but Elorza on July 3, 2014, called it a battle they're going to lose.  (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)

Malverne homeowner Elaine Miller and Bayside resident Frank Elorza talk about the uptick in airplane noise in their homes near Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in the last several years.  Calling it abuse and torture, Miller, in a June 25, 2014, interview said she wanted the FAA to change flight paths over residential areas, but Elorza on July 3, 2014, called it a battle they're going to lose.  (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)

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