Half_Moon_Bay_Airport_graphicIn a disappointing vote, the Big Wave Project was passed by San Mateo Cnty Board of Supervisors. Next step is a review the Coastal Commission.  Since it appears that the City Supervisors are ignoring the inappropriate land usage next to the Half Moon Bay Airport. – perhaps the fact that it is in a Tsunami Zone will insure that someone makes the appropriate decision which is to vote this location down.

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The California Pilots Association (CALPILOTS) recognizes the requirement to provide housing and employment for people with developmental disabilities. The issue with this proposal is the location of this large facility (directly across from the beginning of runway 30 at Half Moon Bay airport – see graphic), with one building of up to five stories in the proposed business park.

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Half Moon Bay, CA. – Residential development near [Half Moon Bay] airport an ‘unnecessary risk’

A proposed residential development that would place dwelling units within a short distance of aircraft movements in Half Moon Bay, Calif., remains “a prime example of non-compatible land use adjacent to an airport,” AOPA said in comments to local planning authorities Oct. 26.

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