If you’ve ever heard the quote “It’s a bird…it’s a plane…”, you may find yourself saying it a little more often. The FAA has proposed the Cleveland Metroplex Project, which will seek to improve efficiency of Cleveland’s inbound and outbound flights. Clevelander’s who aren’t used to planes overhead should keep their eyes to the skies for the newly routed planes.
For those who have questions, comments, or concerns, the FAA will be hosting public workshops for residents to voice their opinions.
December 5th, 5-8PM: Don Umerly Civic Center, 21016 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River, 44116
December 6th, 5-8PM: Gunning Park Recreation Center, 16700 Puritas Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, 44135
December 7th, 5-8PM: Baldwin Wallace University Student Union/Strosacker Hall, 120 East Grand St., Berea, OH, 44017
For those who cannot attend any of the workshops, you can email your comments to 9-ASW-CLE-DTWOAPM-Comment@faa.gov
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