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Community & Aviation Forum
ASA Community Meeting
SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT COMMUNITY & AVIATION FORUM
The next Community and Aviation Forum meeting is scheduled for 13 October 2020.
FPF will be in attendance. Agenda to be advised. Keep up to date on agenda items and the outcomes of these meetings.
If you have an issue for consideration by the forum please forward to FPF via
for submission to the Forum Chair in advance.
15 September 2020
Postponed to 13 October 2020.
28 April 2020
The Community and Aviation Forum meeting scheduled for 28 April 2020 was postponed due to Covid-19.
4 Dec 2019
Discussion about flight paths was not on the agenda, however we understand that noise issues can be included in the agenda.
We have put together some informal notes from the meeting to give you an idea of the topics discussed.
We will have the opportunity to submit agenda items in future.
Ambient and baseline noise monitoring and the issue of a curfew have already been proposed for the next agenda by Friends of Marcus Beach and Friends of Lake Weyba.
The meeting ran for two hours and there were over 30 people in attendance.
The Chair of the meeting was Ron Brent - the previous Aircraft Noise Ombudsman.
2019-12-04 CO402 FPF - Community and Aviation Forum Notes for Community Groups
2019-12-04-SCA-CAF - Minutes of the SCA Community & Aviation Forum
Airservices Australia (ASA) Community Meeting
ASA have begun the Post Implementation Review process for the SCA flight paths.
A community meeting was held on Saturday 19th September 2020 at Maroochydore RSL to comment on a draft Terms of Reference for the review.
However, ASA capped the number of participants at 30, due to COVID restrictions.
FPF successfully lobbied for community groups from areas impacted by the flight paths to have a seat at the table.
Representatives from Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Council, the airport and various elected State and Federal representatives attended via video link.
: Maroochy RSL, Memorial Avenue, Maroochydore
PFAS AT SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT
Sunshine Coast Airport - Contamination Watch
Clean Up Bill Hits $13M
(ref: Sunshine Coast Daily Newspaper, 4 Feb 2020)
Pumping PFAS-contaminated water from airport expansion into ocean is 'insanity', chemical expert says
(ref: ABC News)
New pipe to pump contaminated water offshore from Sunshine Coast Airport
(ref: Sunshine Airport)
Councillor O'Pray says assures Sunshine Coast Airport site water is safe by drinking PFAS contaminated water
(ref: ViewNews YouTube)
Deputy Mayor Tim Dwyer says Sunshine Coast Airport water safe to release to the ocean
(ref: ViewNews YouTube)
What are PFAS chemicals, and what are they doing to your health?
(ref: CNN health)
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) and Your Health
(ref: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry)
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