Today, Tuesday, August 21st, there is an important meeting of the Steering Committee of the San Diego Airport Authority group that oversees land use in the airport area.
There is a draft plan being discussed that potentially allows for 50 plus more plans per day, more noise, more airplane routes and over more areas.
Formally called the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) Steering Committe, it will meet today from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm (and possibly 5pm) and will be held at the Commuter Terminal on either the 2nd or third floors.
If more planes are being planned, that means more disclosures to either sell or buy a house, it will have effects on property values and safety issues.
The meeting will focus on questions, comments, or clarifications Steering Committee members may have on the content of the draft ALUCP. Copies of the draft plan will not be available at the meeting. This meeting is in addition to the Airport Authority’s “ongoing public outreach opportunities and is being held specifically in response to Steering Committee requests to review the document prior to public review, which will occur later this year,” as was stated in an email sent out to members.
Comments may be submitted via email@example.com, at the August 21st meeting or by mail to Angie Jamison (SDCRAA, PO Box 82776, San Diego, CA 92138-2776) by August 31st.