Tuesday, April 03, 2001

Public forums on airport expansion




By Earnest Winston
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Federal Aviation Administration is holding two meetings and informational workshops — one tonight in Burlington and one Wednesday in Delhi Township — on the proposed expansion of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

IF YOU GO
  Public hearings on proposed expansion of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
  In Kentucky: Today, 5:30-8:30 p.m, Stephens Elementary School, 5687 Ky. 237, Burlington
  In Ohio: Wednesday, 5-8 p.m., Rapid Run Middle School, 6345 Rapid Run Pike, Delhi Township
        Residents in several Northern Kentucky cities and Ohio townships who might be affected by increased or redirected air traffic that will result from the airport's new north-south runway and extension of the east-west runway might be interested in attending the meetings.

        FAA staff, airport staff and the FAA consultant who recently completed a draft environmental impact statement that considers alternatives to the proposal will be available at both sessions.

        The draft statement is available at libraries and local government offices in Addyston, Anderson Township, Boone County, Cincin nati, Crescent Springs, Crestview Hills, Delhi Township, Erlanger, Florence, Fort Mitchell, Green Township, Hamilton County, Kenton County, Lakeside Park, Lawrenceburg, Miami Township, Sayler Park, Villa Hills and Whitewater Township.

        A copy of the draft report can be downloaded at www.cvgairport.com



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