Local legislators were divided on a resolve to voice opposition to proposed low-level training flights by the Massachusetts Air National Guard over Western Maine.

The House voted 116-20 on Feb. 9 to issue a resolve to Maine’s members of Congress, expressing opposition to the flights. The resolve states that these flights, which would be done at low altitudes, would disrupt the quality of life for residents and tourists.

The resolve asks that a more complete environmental impact study be done before the flights are considered.

Voting to oppose the flights were Reps. Chuck Kruger, D-Thomaston; Edward Mazurek, D-Rockland; Elizabeth Miller, D-Somerville; Andrew O’Brien, D-Lincolnville; Joan Welsh, D-Rockport; Wendy Pieh, D-Bremen; Maine House Speaker Hannah Pingree, D-North Haven; Jayne Crosby Giles, R-Belfast; and Veronica Magnan, D-Stockton Springs.

Voting against the resolve were Reps. Wes Richardson, R-Warren; Jonathan McKane, R-Newcastle; and Michael Thibodeau, R-Winterport.

The Senate approved the resolve on Feb. 11. There was no roll-call vote.