Mesa Community Alliance (Mesa) is fighting conversion of the former Williams AFB to civilian aviation use (passenger and cargo). E-mail Georgette Baggett; P.O. Box 6981, Mesa, AZ 85216; tele. 480.784.4109, fax 480.357.1132.
Quiet Skies Alliance (Sedona). Tom Hutchinson, president, P.O. Box 2321, Sedona, AZ 86339-2321; tele. 520.282.9224, fax 520.284.4203. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preserve Unique Magnolia Association (Denver International Airport). E-mail contact Norman Lederman.
Citizens for Control of Airport Noise (Naples Airport). William Bush 610 Jacana Circle, Naples, FL 34105-0927; tele. 941.263.0927.
Concerned Citizens Coalition of Sewalls Point (Witham Field, Stuart). CCC hopes to relocate the airport owned by Martin County.
New Smyrna Beach Airport Noise is a website of local residents concerned over increased noise resulting from expansion of the city-owned airport.
Witham Airport Action Majority (Witham Field, Stuart). Witham Airport Action Majority also hopes to relocate Witham Field.
Victims of Airport Expansion (Indianapolis)
Warren County Citizens for Managed Growth are concerned over a proposal to build a massive air cargo facility in rural Kentucky.
Communities Against Runway Expansion (Logan Airport, Boston). E-mail contact Allison Stieber; 14 Wyatt Street, Somerville, MA 02143; tele. 617.625.8075.
Plane Sense is a group interested in reasonable ways to reduce noise caused by small airplanes, flight schools, and aerobatic flying in the airspace surrounding Bedford as well as Nashua in New Hampshire.
ShhAir -- communities united to fight expansion and commercialization of Hanscom Airfield, a general aviation airport near Lexington. E-mail contact email@example.com; Gigi Estabrook, P.O. Box 441, Concord, MA 01742.
South Shore Jet Pollution Council (Logan Airport, Boston). Formed in early 2001 to support towns, cities, citizens, and business entities in efforts to assess the noise and jet fuel pollution impact of Logan airport's runway expansion proposal on the health and quality of life of South Shore residents.
Stop the Noise -- citizens from Ayer, Chelmsford, Groton, Shirley, Townsend, Westford, and surrounding area organized to deal with the noise from recreational flying over their homes.
United Against Massport (Logan Airport, Boston).
South Metro Airport Action Council (Minneapolis / St.Paul Metropolitan Airport) is associated with ROAR.
Zero Expansion (Eden Prairie). Local residents who oppose the proposed expansion of Flying Cloud Airport. E-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis Air Pork A comprehensive website providing information about the struggle to stop the Lambert International Airport (AirPork) expansion plan called W1-W. It also provides a forum for Bridgeton residents in the buyout area to exchange information about property acquisition.
Reno Citizen, an on-line magazine, provides continuing coverage of plans to accomodate air cargo traffic at Reno Airport.
New Jersey Coalition Against Aircraft Noise. P.O. Box 554, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076; fax 908.233.0603.
People Limiting Airport Noise and Expansion (PLANE). PO Box 633, Pennington, NJ 08534; tele. 609.818.1409; e-mail contact PLANEmcnj@aol.com
Quieter Environment Through Sound Thinking (QUEST). Jim Burnet; P O Box 613; Madison, NJ 07940; tele. 973.822.2646.
Runway 22 Coalition (Newark International Airport). E-mail Richard Mahr.
Sane Aviation for Everyone (Metropolitan New York City). E-mail email@example.com.
Ulsterites Fight Overflights (Ulster County). Box 681, Stone Ridge, NY 12484.
Donaldson & Black (Greensboro), 208 W. Wendover Ave., Greensboro, NC 27401; tele. 336.273.3812.
Piedmont Quality of Life Coalition (Greensboro). PMB 301, 2207 Fleming Road, Greensboro, NC 27410-9372; e-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Raleigh-Durham Airport Noise Committee. P.O. Box 80001, RDU Airport, NC 27623-0001; voice 919.840.2100, ext. 239, fax 919.840.0175; e-mail contact email@example.com.
Akron/Canton Airport Noise. E-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Citizens Against Reckless Expansion (Dayton International Airport). E-mail contact Joe Ellis; 2201 Kershner Road, Dayton, OH 45414; tele. 937.898.4749.
Miami County Chapter "Save Our Skies" (Dayton International Airport). E-mail contact Carol McKeever.
Olmsted Falls Airport Committee is concerned with the noise impacts of expansion of Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland.
Oregon Aviation Revealed "provides educational articles along with links to related sites on the largely unchecked and unmonitored growth of aviation interests in the state of Oregon."
Oregon Citizens Aviation Watch. Email contact Sherry Patterson, telephone 503.639.5161.
Citizens Alliance on Chester County Airport. P. O. Box 182, Parkesburg, PA 19365; e-mail contact email@example.com.
Coalition of Homeowner Alliances Requiring Government Equity (Houston). A coalition is fighting the airport noise, air pollution, and loss of value and reasonable enjoyment of property caused by recent expansion of the Bush Intercontinental Airport. Contact Mike Cothran, 281.446.4381; e-mail Hank Husky
Citizens Against Sea-Tac Expansion (C.A.S.E.). E-mail contact Mike Anderson (President); 19900 Fourth Ave. S.W., Normandy Park, WA 98166-4043; tele. 206.242.9417.
Citizens Fed-Up with Aviation Noise (Boeing Field). 2017 Second Ave., Seattle, WA 98121; tele. 206.723.9822.
Georgetown Crime Prevention (Boeing Field). E-mail contact Lorna Dove; 6435 Flora Ave South, Seattle WA 98108; voice 206.763.2958, fax 206.764.1202.
Regional Commission on Airport Affairs (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport). E-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org; 19900 Fourth Ave. S.W., Normandy Park, WA 98166; voice 206.824.3120, fax 206.824.3451.
Seattle Council on Airport Affairs The SCAA is an association of individuals, community-based organizations, and other entities, located primarily in Seattle, who are concerned about the increasing negative impact on the quality of life of this region by airport and aviation operations. E-mail contact Chas Talbot; 3213 W. Wheeler St., PMB 146, Seattle WA 98199; tele. 206.763.SCAA.