August 2006

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Cable Airport- Important Meeting Aug 28th

Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Proposed Housing Could Doom CA’s Cable Airport
By Mark Petix
The Inland Valley (CA) Daily Bulletin

If the city approves a 355-home development near Cable Airport, Bob Cable says the airport’s days are numbered. “I’m dead,” said Cable, the airport’s president. “It’s as simple as that. In the next 10 to 12 years there will be no more Cable Airport.” The Planning Commission, acting as the Airport Land Use Committee, has approved the Upland Crossing Development.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

‘ONE SIX RIGHT’ ANNOUNCES 12-CITY THEATRICAL TOUR

The makers of the GA documentary One Six Right are taking their show on the road beginning next week, kicking off a 12-city theatrical tour August 17 in Dallas, Texas. The film will be shown in high definition using Sony’s SXRD 4K digital cinema projector. Other locations include Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bethesda, Maryland, Wichita, Kansas, San Francisco, San Diego, Palm Springs, and Hollywood, California. Also scheduled is a special September 22 Congressional screening on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

‘ONE SIX RIGHT’ ANNOUNCES 12-CITY THEATRICAL TOUR

The makers of the GA documentary One Six Right are taking their show on the road beginning next week, kicking off a 12-city theatrical tour August 17 in Dallas, Texas. The film will be shown in high definition using Sony’s SXRD 4K digital cinema projector. Other locations include Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bethesda, Maryland, Wichita, Kansas, San Francisco, San Diego, Palm Springs, and Hollywood, California. Also scheduled is a special September 22 Congressional screening on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

San Diego- Downtown San Diego Partnership Won’t Support Miramar Ballot

Wednesday, August 9, 2006
Downtown business group won’t support Miramar airport plan
The San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune

SAN DIEGO – The Downtown San Diego Partnership will not support the Nov. 7 ballot measure on a civilian airport at Miramar Air Station. The business organization’s board of directors said Wednesday it prefers “the continued, long-term operation of Lindbergh Field, believing that air transportation in close proximity to downtown is critical to the City’s long-term economic vitality.”

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

San Diego- Downtown San Diego Partnership Won’t Support Miramar Ballot

Wednesday, August 9, 2006
Downtown business group won’t support Miramar airport plan
The San Diego (CA) Union-Tribune

SAN DIEGO – The Downtown San Diego Partnership will not support the Nov. 7 ballot measure on a civilian airport at Miramar Air Station. The business organization’s board of directors said Wednesday it prefers “the continued, long-term operation of Lindbergh Field, believing that air transportation in close proximity to downtown is critical to the City’s long-term economic vitality.”