WPCNR WESTCHESTER WINGS. From the Westchester Aviation Association. July 15, 2013:
The Westchester Aviation Association is informing all aviation pilots, aircraft owners and members to attend a public hearing on the future development of the Westchester County Airport at the Westchester County Center Wednesday, from 7 to 9 P.M.
According to Donna Greene, of the Westchester County Department of Communications the hearing is the beginning of the process for developing a new master plan for the county airport. She said it is a first step in the process of addressing current and future Westchester aviation operations to bring airport issues into the 21st Century, since the last master plan was created in 1987, 26 years ago.
The Westchester Aviation Association statement to its members says:
If continued access to Westchester County Airport (HPN) is important to you as either a General Aviation or Business Aircraft user, then your attendance at the Westchester County Airport Master Plan hearing on July 17th. is critical.
This may be your only chance to affect the outcome of the HPN Master Plan and more importantly, the survival of a viable Runway 11/29.
Please attend this meeting and give your opinion. Your participation will make a difference and we appreciate any help and support.
If you have any additional question please contact John Johnston, WAA President at: 917 817-392, or Milt Hobbs WAA Vice President at: 914 289-4861.
Ms. Greene told WPCNR she is unaware of any specific issues involving runway 11/29 of any nature. She said she was going to have an internal briefing on it at 3 P.M.
Notice of Public Hearing
The Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation will hold a public meeting on July 17, 2013 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Westchester County Center on the Westchester County Airport Master Plan process being conducted in accordance with the requirements of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidance.
The Master Plan process is now in the information gathering stage and this meeting will introduce the public to the process.
Attendance at the July 17th meeting is encouraged as the public’s participation in the process will be valuable to help guide the preparation of the Airport Master Plan.

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