Thanks to the Hotel Del Coronado Management, the city is now taking a more public stance on the dangers of the current flight paths and charges that the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) is “in direct conflict and wholly inconsistent with Coronado’s long-term land use plan and vision for the community as embodied in the city’s General Plan and Zoning,” the staff report said. Updates in the Navy’s Air Installation Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) were issued in 2011. The city opposes the AICUZ changes as well. Principally because it puts some of this city’s most valuable property (the Shores and Ocean Blvd.) in a crash zone, thus curtailing property owner’s rights in those areas.
Please check out the Coronado Eagle article detailing Coronado's objection to the Airport Commission's ALUCP process regarding Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI) and the city of Coronado.
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