FAA: No objections to Teterboro wetlands project

10/19/2009 | Philly.com (Philadelphia)

The FAA says it will not attempt to block a 250-acre wetlands restoration project near New Jersey's Teterboro Airport, one of the busiest general aviation facilities in the U.S. Regulators initially had opposed the project due to fears it would attract migratory birds and increase the likelihood of bird strikes. But the FAA now says it will back a $25 million mitigation effort that includes using a type of grass shunned by Canada geese.

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