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I am a third generation aviation business person and am intimately familiar with the airport compliance handbook that is applicable to ALL federally funded airports and for this type of airport all recognized aeronautical activities are protected and MUST be granted access to an airport that accepts federal funding save an FAA decision that shows that the activity greatly impedes or causes unsafe conditions for other types of aviation activities. The airport authority and management may restrict certain aspects of a business (ie; leasing existing buildings, etc.) but certainly cannot deny access without a proven study conducted by the FAA that clearly shows that a certain type of protected activity causes any of the above problems.
I concur with NovaTTT in the hopes that Mr. McCauley might have the community behind him in supporting something that is simply, the law. If rights can be arbitrarily denied for Mr. McCauley, they most certainly can for anyone.
November 18, 2011 at 7:34 p.m.
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