Wubbels & Duffey, CA
The Client proposed a retirement development approximately 3 miles from a general aviation airport. The proposed development site was subjected to an Airspace and Obstruction and TERPS evaluation. The analysis showed that the project did not trigger any reporting or obstruction marking and lighting requirements of the FAA. The Client also requested that the property be evaluated against FAR Part 150 requirements against the Riverside Country ALUC guidelines. It was determined that the ALUC document did not consider a high density residential development between the Client’s property and the airport when identifying compatible land use. WAC met with the Client and ALUC and presented an oral briefing in addition to a written report that was used to support the request for reconsideration by the ALUC.