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woose.org: News - OSU Airport submits Part 150 Study to FAA for review - FAA seeks public comment on the study

OSU Airport submits Part 150 Study to FAA for review - FAA seeks public comment on the study
Posted Tue Jun 8, 2010 11:18 am EDT

The preliminary recommendations from the Noise Compatibility Program Study have been drafted and
will be submitted to the FAA for review. (Please see the submitted document at
http://www.osuairportpart150.com/documents.html). The FAA may take up to 180 days to review the
draft document from the time they formally acknowledge receipt of the document. The FAA will seek
public comment on the document through a notice they will place in the Federal Register, which can
be accessed at www.gpoaccess.gov/fr/index.html. Upon completion of the FAA’s review of the
preliminary recommendations, the consultants will revise the draft document accordingly at which
time the FAA's comments, along with the revised report, will be posted to the Part 150 web site that
is accessible to all members of the community.

This is an important milestone in the adoption of the Noise Compatibility Program recommendations.

I wish to thank all members of the Part 150 Committee for their valuable input in helping us conduct
a first-rate study. While OSU Airport always welcomes public input, the University’s Part 150 Noise
and Land Use Compatibility Study public involvement process is complete. For more information and
answers to commonly asked questions, please see www.osuairportpart150.com. Please direct any other
inquiries directly to me.

Doug Hammon

Doug Hammon
Airport Manager
The Ohio State University Airport
2160 West Case Road
Columbus, Ohio 43235
T: 614.292.5460 ext 5
F: 614.292.5020
E: dhammon@osuairport.org

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