Longmont city council has been considering a signficant increase drop zone fees – they need a little prodding.
Is the “Making It Work” series about public servants or propaganda. Seems the latter.
It’s fine to say the noise from the airport doesn’t bother you – but not mentioning you love skydiving is hiding the truth.
“Chris Rodriguez has no business serving on the Airport Advisory Board.”
Mr. Harper’s derisive and inaccurate comments have one aim: to silence critics of the airport and the oil and gas industry.
Suddenly, a helicopter appears over the treetops and hovers just above the powerlines in your back yard. The sound is deafening – and intimidating.
The way to build a strong economy in Longmont is by providing a high quality of life, and attracting manufacturing and high-tech companies – not by extending the runway.
The Deland Municipal Airport in Deland, Florida, has adequately dealt with the noise issue caused by sky-diving. So should Longmont.
This weekend Mile-Hi Skydiving will be aiming to set a Colorado State record for a formation skydive linking 70+ skydivers together in the air at one time. Instead of the usual 3 aircraft in operation, they will be using 5.
Longmont City Council repeatedly turns deaf ear to Mile-Hi Skydiving noise. It’s “good neighbor policy” applies only to those communities east of Longmont.