A NEW APPROACH TO PLANES TO AND FROM McCLELLAN-PALOMAR AIRPORT
Many South Vista residents have felt bombarded by the increasingly low, loud over flights of airplanes going to and coming from McClellan-Palomar Airport. Attempts to work with the FAA have been fruitless.
A Carlsbad group, CITIZENS FOR A FRIENDLY AIRPORT, has organized around a new approach to this problem, which affects residents in other North County communities, as well. This group will present its approach at South Vista Communities’ community meeting on Wednesday, November 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Shadowridge Golf Club, 1980 Gateway Drive, Vista.
Hope Nelson will present her group’s goals, activities, and legal framework, as well as ways in which residents of other communities can become involved.
South Vista Communities is a non-profit organization seeking to preserve and improve the quality of life for residents in all the neighborhoods south of the 78.
Members of the public are invited, and refreshments will be served.