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Save Our Shoreline Community Conversation 17 Nov.

The Save Our Shoreline (SOS) Community Conversation on the proposed expansion plans for Tweed Airport and the impacts on the well-being of the shoreline and the health of its residents is scheduled for Thursday, November 17, from 6:30 p.m. at 8 p.m. at the Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library, 146 Thimble Islands Rd, Stony Creek. SOS picture

Press release, Save our coastline

Save Our Shoreline (SOS) will hold a community conversation about the proposed expansion plans for Tweed Airport and the impacts on the well-being of the shoreline and the health of its residents is scheduled for Thursday, November 17, from 6 p.m. 30 to 8 p.m. at the Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library, 146 Thimble Islands Rd, Stony Creek. The Community Conversation is hosted by the Stony Creek Association.

SOS is a newly formed group of Branford residents actively engaged in researching the impacts a larger Tweed New Haven Airport will have on the shoreline and its residents.

Speakers include:

Susan Bryson, on the Tweed Master Plan 2021 and what expansion means in terms of scale and growth; Marshall Cox, on monitoring noise and pollution levels at Branford and East Haven residences; Karyl Lee Hall, on the protection of local environmental resources under the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA); Shirley McCarthy, Health Impacts; and Sara Nadel, Questioning the Business Argument.

Questions and answers will follow the brief presentations. This event is free and open to the public.

Find out more about Save our coastline (SOS): SOS is an association of concerned citizens whose mission is to research and inform the public about the far-reaching health, environmental and economic impacts of the planned massive expansion of Tweed Airport. In the midst of the climate crisis, we are advocating for economic development that takes our riverside region on a sustainable path. For more information, please contact [email protected] and on Facebook

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