San Diego, CA – OEP:KSAN


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  • (8/9/2013) Ribbon-cutting Ceremony Marks Historic Completion of The Green Build at San Diego International Airport
    The $907M project, funded mostly with FAA AIP dollars, came in $45M under budget and adds 10 gates. This was the largest project in the airports history, bringing the total to 52 gates (plus a commuter terminal).
  • (9/30/2009) More questions raised at Peninsula Community Planning Board San Diego Airport meeting
    An excellent article filled with links, photos and even a map showing the impactful departure headings.
  • (8/13/2009) Residents Making Noise Over Heading Change at Lindbergh
    Archived article in the Peninsula Beacon.
  • (8/6/2009) Airport Noise May Grow with Construction
    An Op/Ed by PCPB Airport Committee Chair Suhail Khalil, with suggestions for managing impacts of a major project to rebuild the north taxiway.
  • (3/12/2008) Grassroots airport group begins galvanizing leadership, agenda
    Residents and Peninsula community members who were looking for solutions to noise, traffic and development problems around Lindbergh Field convened at the Hervey/Point Loma Library on March 8 to strengthen their leadership roles and purpose. The group,, is chaired by Lance Murphy, who says: “Keep [airport planning] out in the open. Don’t let it become some backroom activity, because that would screw up San Diego very badly.”

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