Susan Seinfeld, district manager of Community Board 11, may not be attending many meetings in the next several weeks as she recovers from breaking both her arms.
According to board Chairman Jerry Iannece, Seinfeld broke her arms when she tripped in her driveway a little more than two weeks ago.
Her husband was helping to care for her, but then he broke one of his wrists and recently underwent surgery.
The district manager is recovering at home. She is expected to be out of work for eight weeks, although Iannece said Seinfeld may be back for light duty in early October.
In other CB 11 news, the board met Monday for its monthly meeting and overwhelmingly passed a resolution urging the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to conduct a noise study of air trafficover Northern Queens and how it affects the people below.
With new flight paths and increased use of helicopters, state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) has said that the sound levels are 10 times louder than in the past.