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Old September 6th 14, 01:01 AM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Default Join us to help save Santa Monica Airport!

On Thursday, September 4, 2014 9:27:32 PM UTC-5, Orval Fairbairn wrote:
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On Sunday, August 24, 2014 7:02:38 AM UTC-5, Larry Dighera wrote:


Subject: Reminder | Join us to help save Santa Monica Airport!




From: "AOPA - Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association"






Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2014 10:15:54 -0400 (EDT)








Help Save SMO!




Please join Santa Monicans for Open and Honest Development Decisions.








AOPA President Mark Baker and NBAA President Ed Bolen will be joining us to




talk about the most significant land use decision in Santa Monica History.








Please bring your friends and neighbors to learn more about this voters


decide




initiative and how you can support the effort to get this ballot measure


passed




on November 4 and help save Santa Monica Airport!.




Date: Monday, August 25, 2014




Time: 7:00pm




Location: Justice Aviation




3011 Airport Ave




Santa Monica, CA 90405




Learn more (
http://www.smvotersdecide.com/) about the Voter's Decide



initiative.








RSVP not required, but appreciated. Please email:






I'm guessing the crowd was small enough to fit in a Cessna, not a 777, tee


hee.


Why should 5 percent of Santa Monica's land to restricted to .00001 percent


of the population to use ??




Why should it go to developers, who will just take the money and run?


The resulting buildings, residential or commercial, will generate jobs and revenues far greater than what current SMO users provide. Just look at the development further south at Playa Vista and the old Hughes site.

When the Big One hits, you will probably be one of the first ones out

there crying for aid, which will come in via SMO, since all the freeways


The "aid" could just as easily use LAX, whatever "aid" is considered so critical that it must be flown in. Most supplies will come overland from Inland Empire warehouses.
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