The hovering helos that seem to find nowhere else to hover except above the 22308 needs to cease, desist, and frankly, move on. On Nov. 17 at 9 p.m., there were three of these helos just hovering 200 - 300 feet up, interrupting an otherwise pleasant evening.
Our collective advice is that there is an entire river of water just east of 22308 called the Potomac. Can we please direct them to move their show eastward? At 10:30 p.m. they are still up there. Why hover constantly at night, above homes where people seek peace after a hard day’s labor? The river would ideal for them. That way, should they run out of fuel, the river will gladly allow for a wet and safe landing, keeping us out of harm’s way, and at peace on the ground.
This utter madness needs to stop.