Oregon: Residential airpark is no security threat

Some 200 homeowners near one of the nation's largest public-use airparks are mobilizing to defend the through-the-fence access they have enjoyed for 30 years. Local and state officials are siding with the residents of the Independence Airpark in Oregon, which may lose its FAA funding if through-the-fence operations continue. The FAA says safety and security are at stake, but the Oregon Department of Aviation disagrees.

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