At the request of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) convened the Airport Community Roundtable (ACR) in 2017. This broad-based community initiative provides input into airport-related noise impacts and finds, where possible, practical solutions and recommendations for the FAA to consider when determining aircraft operating procedures at CLT.Meetings provide an opportunity
The Regional Commission on Airport Affairs is a citizens’ group in the greater Seattle, Washington, metropolitan area. Our primary focus is to Protect our communities from the impacts of expansion at Sea-Tac Airport We pledge our best efforts to compel the Airport to obey the environmental rules that are supposed to govern the construction of
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. Our Work EIA provides a wide range of information and data products covering energy production, stocks, demand, imports, exports, and
Voting Members Representative of commercial service airports and ports –County with a population of two million or more Jeffrey Brown Representative of commercial service airports and ports –Port in eastern WA with a runway of at least 13,500’ in lengthStroud Kunkle Representative of commercial service airports and ports –Commercial service airport in eastern WA located
The Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission was created by the Legislature and tasked WSDOT Aviation to provide staff support for coordinating and administering the commission and technical assistance as requested by commission members. By January 1, 2022 the commission will develop recommendations to meet Washington state critical aviation system capacity needs. In addition to recommending a new
The Beacon Hill Seattle Community Noise Team is a group of residents focused on addressing the public health risk posed by excessive noise pollution. The team documents noise levels in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle for the purpose of providing relevant local, state, and federal officials with the necessary data to make informed decisions
ENRICHING WASHINGTON If you live in Washington, chances are that most of what you eat, wear and use came through one of Washington’s 75 ports. Our state is the most trade-dependent in the nation, with trade responsible for one in every four jobs in Washington. Ports also operate marinas, docks, airports, railroads, industrial sites, and
This is a company that provides mold remediation services. We don’t recommend companies, but they have been used by a number of homeowners with Port Package Problems. This page provides some good information on the issues that mold can provide.
This group is doing great work advocating for people near Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Yes, the site is in Dutch but it’s totally worth the bit of extra effort to view it through Google Translate (which works fine for Dutch) as they have some of the best information in the world.
The Burien Airport Committee provides guidance to the City Council on topics related to the airport. Topics include: Positive and negative impacts of the airport to the City of Burien Land use issues and interlocal agreements Mitigation of airport impacts Recommendations on ways to protect residents from negative impacts, and ways for residents and businesses