Burbank Airport Authority Counters City's Proposal

After only a day, the Burbank Airport Authority rejected the City Council's scaled-down proposal to expand the airport.

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June 23, 2000, 8:30 AM PDT

By Ali Valenzuela

After reviewing the City's proposal to increase the Burbank airport by only 250,000 square-feet while simultaneously imposing a noise-budget and night-time curfew, the Airport Authority countered with an offer of their own. Although acquiescing to many of the city's requests, the airport's plan eliminates the noise-budget and night-time curfew as "unworkable" and also increases the amount of square-footage for the expansion to 275,000, excluding office space. As hard deadlines quickly approach, city officials would not comment on the new proposal.

Thanks to Ali Valenzuela

Thursday, June 22, 2000 in Los Angeles Daily News


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