Environmental Concerns Stall Airport Expansion in Vermont

Nomad

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Aug 26, 2023
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In Vermont, the expansion of Franklin County Airport has encountered a problem. Environmental groups and the Vermont Endangered Species Committee are worried. They're asking if the Vermont Agency of Transportation has really thought about how the project might affect the grasshopper sparrow, a rare bird in the area while getting the permit.

This situation highlights how crucial it is to think about the environment when getting permits. It stresses the need to carefully look at and lessen any possible harm to the local ecosystems. This case reminds us to be ready for tough examinations, especially if your project is close to homes of endangered species. It's a reminder to plan and do projects in a way that involves everyone and is well-informed. You can learn more about this issue here.
 
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I'm sure they could find an alternate location they can build upon, or expand in another direction. Or don't expand at all and live with the airport they have now. I know not ideal, but I think a endangered bird is far more important than an airport increasing in size.

if they can find a solution that doesn't harm the ecosystem and the wildlife, than by all means, go for it.
 
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