The time has come for the city to adopt sensible and mandatory regulations to address community noise concerns.
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.