February 2009

Airport Support

SCAPA Helps Defeat Housing Next to Airport

San Carlos CA. – In one of the most threatening moves in recent years, a housing project was recently proposed that would have put approximately 400 residents under the helicopter pattern at San Carlos Airport. Located at 767 Industrial Drive, these people would have been living with some of the best noise an aviator could imagine — planes taking off and helicopters flying overhead — but something that would obviously have been annoying to some non-aviators. Even though they would have been warned with legal disclosures at the time of purchase and in spite of the fact that the control tower is clearly visible from this property, some of these new residents would eventually have complained about the Airport.

Airport Support

SCAPA Helps Defeat Housing Next to Airport

San Carlos CA. – In one of the most threatening moves in recent years, a housing project was recently proposed that would have put approximately 400 residents under the helicopter pattern at San Carlos Airport. Located at 767 Industrial Drive, these people would have been living with some of the best noise an aviator could imagine — planes taking off and helicopters flying overhead — but something that would obviously have been annoying to some non-aviators. Even though they would have been warned with legal disclosures at the time of purchase and in spite of the fact that the control tower is clearly visible from this property, some of these new residents would eventually have complained about the Airport.