AOPA cites safety concerns for N.J. high school locations

10/13/2009 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association has joined other community groups in opposing two possible sites for a new high school in Millville, N.J. Two of the seven proposed high school sites are located near the Millville Municipal Airport and could cause safety issues. AOPA Director of Advocacy Joey Colleran said the sites could "expose students, teachers and other school patrons to considerable noise, dust, fumes, vibrations and other distractions and disturbances."

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