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To all citizens interested in airplane noise and its impact on our communities:
Please join us for the next meeting of TVASNAC (Town-Village Aircraft Safety & Noise Abatement Committee)
To be held Monday, August 27 at 7:30 p.m.
At the Stewart Manor Country Club at 51 Salisbury Ave. in Stewart Manor, NY. Parking is available off Elton Road in rear of country club.
On Monday, August 27, for the first time ever the Village of Stewart Manor will host a meeting of TVASNAC (Town -Village Aircraft Safety & Noise Abatement Committee). This group, sponsored by the Town of Hempstead, regularly meets in the village of Lawrence but has elected to host meetings in interested communities to give residents an opportunity to hear issues and voice comments and complaints, Communities participating in TVASNAC include Atlantic Beach, Cedarhurst, East Williston, Floral Park, Garden City, Hewlett Harbor, Inwood, Lawrence, Long Beach, Malverne, New Hyde Park, Stewart Manor, Valley Stream, and Woodsburgh.
While the Federal Aviation Administration and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are invited to attend and participate in all TVASNAC meetings, the focus of the August 27th meeting will be to understand the benefits and challenges of conducting a Part 150 study. The invited speaker is Henry A.F. Young of Young Environmental Sciences, Inc,, an Aviation Consultant from Manhasset, N.Y. F.A.R. Part 150 is a voluntary program that U.S. airports may undertake to seek a balance between their operational needs and the noise impacts their operations have on surrounding neighborhoods.
If airplane noise is a problem for you, this is your chance to learn about the issues and voice complaints about how airplane noise impacts your life. The meeting will be held on Monday, August 27th at 7:30 pm at the Stewart Manor Country Club (51 Salisbury Avenue, Stewart Manor). It is critical that all Stewart Manor residents, and all interested parties, attend this meeting and show support for the cause to better redistribute flights.