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January 20th, 2019 by admin

LETTER: Airport would be worse

NO ESCAPE: Reader Laurie Eyes said the problems posed by a regional airport at Warnervale would exceed those created by a coalmine. Picture: Glenn HuntBY the standards quoted by Central Coast Council administrator Ian Reynolds in relation to the Wallarah 2 coalmine (“More worries over mine”,Lakes Mail, September 22), he should not even be looking at his airport that will impact the residents and environment severely.
Nanjing Night Net

TheLakes Mailquotes Mr Reynolds saying: “Council is concerned about the impact of this proposed rail loop on surrounding residents particularly in relation to noise and air quality which were not adequately addressed in this proposal.”

And this:“There has been no proper assessment done onthe effects on local flora and fauna, the visual impact and dust mitigation and the overall community impact.”

And finally, this: “Our concerns relating to the effect on the drinking water catchment, environment and residential areas of the mine operation remain.”

Administrator Reynolds’s Warnervale Airport sits right on Porters Creek Wetland, part ofthe drinking water catchment for the Central Coast.

There will be no escaping the horrendous noise impacts from the administrator’sB737’s. Nor will there be any escaping the destruction of native vegetation and fauna,includingecologically endangered communities, an impact not considered at all by council in their secret airportdeliberations.

Air quality will alsobe adversely impacted by the airport as the kerosene fumes settle on surrounding homes and people and the visual impact of B737 jets flying low over thousands of Central Coast homes could hardly be consideredminor.

Administrator Reynolds’s concern for the impacts of the Wallarah 2 mine are laudable, however the impacts from his very own airport will be far worse.

– Laurie Eyes, Wyong

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.