Tweed opponents say they don’t want airport’s noise, traffic or pollution

Mark Zaretsky Nov. 25, 2021

Tweed New Haven Airport Authority Executive Director Sean Scanlon, left, joined by Jeff Wood of McFarland Johnson, center, and  moderator Ryan Walsh, right, speaks at a public meeting on the environmental assessment for proposed improvements related to possible expansion of Tweed New Haven Regional Airport at Nathan Hale School in New Haven on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021.Mark Zaretsky / Hearst Connecticut Media

( Nov. 25, 2021) NEW HAVEN — Tweed New Haven Regional Airport eventually may get the approvals it needs to move forward with its proposed expansion project, which includes lengthening the runway from 5,600 feet to 6,635 feet and building a new 70,000-square-foot terminal on the East Haven side of the airport. Read Full Article here.

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