Brian Bland

Member of the Airport Committee, Friends of Sunset Park Neighborhood Association

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Resident of Santa Monica and member of the Airport Committee of the Friends of Sunset Park Neighborhood Association

Brian Bland on KCRW

The Santa Monica City Council voted 7-to-nothing to  ban passenger jets  at the  Santa Monica Airport , but that’s easier said than done.

Santa Monica versus the FAA

The Santa Monica City Council voted 7-to-nothing to ban passenger jets at the Santa Monica Airport , but that’s easier said than done.

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Last week, the  FAA  told  LAX  to clean up its act and get on with expanding its northern runway.

Santa Monica Airport Endangering Residents

Last week, the FAA told LAX to clean up its act and get on with expanding its northern runway.

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