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Harvey Field Master Plan

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Published:2017-06-13 Business
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Harvey Field Master Plan

The Harvey Field Master Plan Public Meeting is set for June 15th at 5:30 pm in Hangar 15 on the main ramp at Harvey Field just west of the airport office. The Jviation consulting team will open the meeting with a formal presentation on the Runway Alternatives considered, this will be followed by Q & A. Succeeding the presentation, there will be discussion stations set up in specific locations about the room staffed by members of the Master Plan team to further address explicit topics of concern and interest such as road and runway alternatives, noise, hydraulic and flood concerns, runway use by aircraft category and type, and project cost funding mechanisms. Refreshments will be served.

We have been working hard to ensure that the Master Plan is a viable and acceptable plan for not only Harvey Field, but also for the community, the County, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Our effort has been focused on developing alternatives that comply with density fringe code restrictions and local regulations, environmental standards, and FAA safety and design standards. We believe we have achieved that objective and look forward to sharing our results with our Technical Committees, the Planning Advisory Committee, and the community.

Thank you,
Harvey Field




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