Increased air traffic a concern for Jefferson County neighbors far from Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
Colorado Matters Oct. 17, 2023: Proposition HH and property taxes; Why is leaded fuel still used at small airports?
Broomfield joins surrounding communities in concern over effects of leaded fuel at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
‘I think I am afraid for my safety’: Woman worries she’ll be targeted for bringing concerns over airport noise. Woman worries she’ll be targeted for bringing concerns over airport noise
People living near Centennial Airport complain of increased traffic, noise: The airport said it thinks the FAA has changed the flight path near the airport after a mid-air collision in 2021.
FAA urged to consider noise, lead at Rocky Mountain Municipal Airport | Bennet, Hickenlooper, Neguse send letter to FAA for noise, safety and leaded fuel at RMMA
Rock Creek HOA secures a win in lawsuit against RMMA: Airport and home owners association are appealing judge's ruling
Mark Wallach: More pro-development myths: Cities do not magically grow their way toward affordability
Rocky Mountain airport plan scrutiny intensifies: Community group calls for noise and pollution studies before business expansion
Westminster stays on airport noise panel despite being insulted by former airport director: Council votes 4-3 to remain as members over objections the airport does not listen to concerns
A Colorado airport said it was powerless to stop using leaded fuel. After a public outcry, it’s racing to get rid of it
Suburban residents battle noise, lead pollution from busy metro Denver airports : Frequent overflights out of Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, Centennial Airport cause dismay on the ground
Unleaded fuels slated to come to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport: Unleaded fuel to be an option but timeline not settled
Boulder County calls for regulation of leaded aviation gas and its dangerous impact on public health: Local governments support proposed Environmental Protection Agency regulation
“Brutal”: Increased plane noise has those living around Centennial Airport begging FAA for relief: Noise over Greenwood Village increased after the FAA adjusted traffic patterns for flight school planes
Preliminary report on plane that buzzed Colorado boaters questions flight instructor's account of mechanical issue
July 31, 2021 | Denver Post Letters to the Editor | Colorado’s air quality is getting better but room to improve
Jefferson County airport announces full shift to unleaded fuel by 2027 — reducing contamination for neighborhoods - Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport’s neighbors have complained for years about impact of lead
Denver Post Editorial: Editorial: Don’t let children near Colorado’s airports suffer the same fate as kids in Flint, Mich. Stop providing leaded gasoline at Colorado’s regional airports
Amid health concerns, community pushes for immediate switch to unleaded aviation fuel at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
Residents and Centennial Airport officials disappointed, frustrated at FAA not attending community meeting
Greenwood Village residents frustrated with 74% increase in flights overhead: "We can't live like this anymore."
Centennial Citizen | Residents, Centennial Airport officials ask FAA for feedback regarding noise, safety concerns.
April 7, 2022 | Noise from above:
Air traffic over Boulder is testing residents, creating tension with airports and pilots—but solutions remain elusive
September 18, 2019 | Residents Upset About Increase In Flights At Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
Mesa Airlines Launches New Time Building Program for Aspiring Pilots: The regional carrier is aiming to offer pilots a more streamlined approach to building flight time.
Billionaires are responsible for large amounts of climate pollution from Hanscom, a new report finds - The Boston Globe
Santa Clara County House Reps Call on the Biden Admin to Help Protect Vulnerable Communities from Lead Exposure
The EPA may finally reckon with aviation’s dirty secret: leaded fuel. "It’s unconscionable to think about the hundreds of thousands of children that have been exposed to lead over all of these years from airport activity."
E.P.A. Proposes Tighter Limits on Lead Dust in Homes and Child Care Facilities: Under the proposed rules, any amount of lead dust in floors and window sills would qualify as “hazardous” and require abatement.
The EPA stopped studying the health effects of noise pollution 40 years ago. Now a Pittsfield resident is suing the agency
The ultra-wealthy who fly private are costing average flyers who won't ever use a private plane a lot of money
Markey, Velázquez Announce Legislation to Make the Rich Pay for the Public Costs of Private Jet Pollution
Private Aviation Struggles to Move Past Leaded Fuel| Communities are ramping up opposition to the toxic additive, but technical and business challenges make it hard to replace
Groups Ask EPA to Regulate Lead Pollution Around Nation’s Airports: Most airborne lead in the U.S. comes from aircraft, yet EPA refuses to regulate toxic additive
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