October 2005

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Porterville Municipal Airport.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Airport can be a boon, officials say
By aaron Burgin, The Porterville Recorder

A 727 commercial aircraft sails overhead, deafening the horizon as it makes its final approach to Porterville Municipal Airport. A dozen of the world’s best golfers step off the flight, and are shuttled off to the Porterville Hilton Hotel (insert Ramada, Hyatt, or any other five-star worthy name here), where they’ll stay for the Porterville Classic, a Professional Golfer’s Association Tour Qualifying School (Q-School for golf enthusiasts) event.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Porterville Municipal Airport.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Airport can be a boon, officials say
By aaron Burgin, The Porterville Recorder

A 727 commercial aircraft sails overhead, deafening the horizon as it makes its final approach to Porterville Municipal Airport. A dozen of the world’s best golfers step off the flight, and are shuttled off to the Porterville Hilton Hotel (insert Ramada, Hyatt, or any other five-star worthy name here), where they’ll stay for the Porterville Classic, a Professional Golfer’s Association Tour Qualifying School (Q-School for golf enthusiasts) event.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Oakland International Airport- Port Authority Worried About Noise Lawsuits

Monday, October 24, 2005
Airport braces for noise lawsuits
Developer plans to build 100 houses in flight path; Port of Oakland wants protection against future complaints
By Paul T. Rosynsky
The Oakland (CA) Tribune

OAKLAND – A developer’s plan to build 100 homes in the flight path of planes using Oakland International Airport is undergoing additional scrutiny by Port of Oakland officials worried about future lawsuits.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Oakland International Airport- Port Authority Worried About Noise Lawsuits

Monday, October 24, 2005
Airport braces for noise lawsuits
Developer plans to build 100 houses in flight path; Port of Oakland wants protection against future complaints
By Paul T. Rosynsky
The Oakland (CA) Tribune

OAKLAND – A developer’s plan to build 100 homes in the flight path of planes using Oakland International Airport is undergoing additional scrutiny by Port of Oakland officials worried about future lawsuits.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Redlands Municipal Airport- Housing Development Pressure

Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Subdivision near airport is denied
REDLANDS: Planning commissioners feared more noise complaints. The builder will appeal.
By NAOMI KRESGE
The Riverside (CA) Press-Enterprise

REDLANDS – City planning commissioners moved Tuesday to protect Redlands Municipal Airport from development pressure. Responding to airport advocates, the commission voted 5-0 against an 81-home subdivision it deemed too close to the airport.