Aviation Groups Fight Effort to Close Santa Monica Airport

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One hundred years ago, the Santa Monica Airport was Clover Field, where Douglas Aircraft pioneered aviation. It was used by the Army Air Corps during World War II, and then turned back to the City, which agreed to keep it running. As residential neighborhoods developed nearby, there’s been increasing concern about noise and air pollution, potential accidents—and property values. Now the City Council wants to close it down in July of next year.
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Guests:
Frank Gruber - Huffington Post, John Jerabek - Santa Monica Airport Association - @JohnJerabek

Host:
Warren Olney