‘Habitual complainer’ should move from jet noise

Editor,

To the writer of the letter published in the Oct. 11 edition who suggested incoming Navy families “get used to commuting,” I suggest you take your own advice.

“If you don’t like it, move,” when you continually complain about the jet noise. That would free up another house for new arrivals and at the same time rid us of a habitual complainer.

That’s a win-win situation.

Fred Wilmot

Oak Harbor

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