Maria Rosino-Miracco 0

Citizens Against Palomar Expansion

362 people have signed this petition. Add your name now!
Maria Rosino-Miracco 0 Comments
362 people have signed. Add your voice!
Maxine K. signed just now
Adam B. signed just now

Commercial flights would greatly diminish the quality of life in Carlsbad, San Marcos, Oceanside and Vista and its surrounding neighbors, should the airport expansion go through. Noise pollution, cancer-causing jet fuel fallout,devastated property values, increased taxes, increased traffic and road congestion, increased crime, increased illness, and disruption of classrooms, hospitals, church services,and sleep are the realitiesfor the residents of North County if this unnecessary airport expansion occurs.

There is no need for another commercial airport so close (35 miles) to San Diego International Airport.The City of Carlsbad and its mayor, Matt Hall, along with Supervisor Bill Horn and the County of San Diego Airport Commission have vowed to commit to building a bigger airport. Still, residents, who can have the greatest impact, are needed to speak out against this atrocity by voicing their opposition.Let's protect ourselves from corporate and governmental greed by preserving the integrity of North County, and ultimately all of Carlsbad and surrounding neighborhoods, by killing this deal!

Please sign this petition expressing your opposition to the proposed expansion of Carlsbad Airport to our Board of Commissioners and the San Diego County Airport Authority.

It is very important that your individual efforts do not stop with a signature on this petition. Everyone needs to contribute by taking the following actions:

1.Discuss and forward information with co-workers,friends and family members.

2. Follow us on our website for up to date information and email us at to be included on our mailing list.

3.Call your commissioners, schedule a personal appointment, make them understand you will not vote for any official supporting expansion of the airport.

4. Make phone calls and send emails to our local, state & federal government officials. Email addresses can be found on our website.

5. Write comments and letters to the local newspapers.

6. Most importantly attend meetings.

This is a significant undertaking and will require the support from as many citizens as possible. Pass the message on to as many people as possible. Thank you!

Share for Success