PBIA EIS Consolidated Comment Database Report-HARDCOPY-updated
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONFEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATIONConsolidated Comment DatabaseEIS Scoping PeriodENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTPALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTAIRFIELD IMPROVEMENT PROJECTWest Palm Beach, FloridaFor further information:Ms. Lindy McDowellFederal Aviation AdministrationOrlando Airports District Office5950 Hazeltine National Drive, Suite 400Orlando, FL 32822APRIL 27, 2007CONSOLIDATED COMMENT DATABASE – EIS SCOPING PERIOD Palm Beach International Airport Environmental Impact Statement TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: Introduction SECTION 2: Agency Comment Index SECTION 3: Public Comment Index SECTION 4: Summarized Comment Database Report 1. Purpose and Need 2. Alternatives 3. Noise 4. Land Use 5. Air Quality 6. Coastal Resources 7. Construction Impacts 8. DOT Act: Section 4(f) 9. Farmlands 10. Fish, Wildlife, and Plants 11. Floodplains 12. Hazardous Materials, Pollution Prevention, and Solid Waste 13. Historic and Archaeological Resources 14. Light Emissions and Visual Impacts 15. Natural Resources and Energy Supply 16. Secondary (Induced) Impacts 17. Socioeconomic Impacts 18. Environmental Justice 19. Children’s Environmental Health and Safety Risks 20. Water Quality 21. Wetlands 22. Wild and Scenic Rivers 23. Quality of Life 24. Safety 25. Cost Considerations 26. Other 27. Cumulative Impacts 28. Mitigation Measures 29. Coordination and Public Involvement SECTION 1:INTRODUCTIONSECTION 1: ...

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION Consolidated Comment Database EIS Scoping Period ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIRFIELD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT West Palm Beach, Florida For further information: Ms. Lindy McDowell Federal Aviation Administration Orlando Airports District Office 5950 Hazeltine National Drive, Suite 400 Orlando, FL 32822 APRIL 27, 2007 CONSOLIDATED COMMENT DATABASE – EIS SCOPING PERIOD Palm Beach International Airport Environmental Impact Statement TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: Introduction SECTION 2: Agency Comment Index SECTION 3: Public Comment Index SECTION 4: Summarized Comment Database Report 1. Purpose and Need 2. Alternatives 3. Noise 4. Land Use 5. Air Quality 6. Coastal Resources 7. Construction Impacts 8. DOT Act: Section 4(f) 9. Farmlands 10. Fish, Wildlife, and Plants 11. Floodplains 12. Hazardous Materials, Pollution Prevention, and Solid Waste 13. Historic and Archaeological Resources 14. Light Emissions and Visual Impacts 15. Natural Resources and Energy Supply 16. Secondary (Induced) Impacts 17. Socioeconomic Impacts 18. Environmental Justice 19. Children’s Environmental Health and Safety Risks 20. Water Quality 21. Wetlands 22. Wild and Scenic Rivers 23. Quality of Life 24. Safety 25. Cost Considerations 26. Other 27. Cumulative Impacts 28. Mitigation Measures 29. Coordination and Public Involvement SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION SECTION 1: Introduction This Consolidated Comment Database contains an index of those parties who submitted comments to the FAA during the Scoping comment period (January 26, 2007 through March 27, 2007) and beyond (March 27, 2007 through April 23, 2007) of the Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) study, and a summary of the comments by comment categories. Comments were provided to the FAA by letters (provided via mail or fax), written on EIS comment forms, and e-mailed to the EIS e-mail address (pbia-eis@urscorp.com). For the purposes of Consolidated Comment Database, all comment formats are referred to as comment “letters”. The database includes an index of Agency Comment letters (Section 2) and Public Comment letters (Section 3) with the name of each party providing a comment and a unique Identifier Code to catalog the submittal. Comment Codes are also provided, which indicate the summarized comments applicable to that particular submittal. Federal, State, and Local Agency letters are in order alphanumerically by Identifier Code and include the area of government the individual is associated with. Public comments are also listed alphabetically by last name with any affiliation provided also. Each “Identifier Code” consists of six characters that represent three fields of information describing each unique comment submittal. The first character makes up the first field and serves as an “Event Code”, which describes the period during the study for which the comment was submitted. There are two Event Codes used in this database: S = Comment received during the EIS Scoping comment period (January 26, 2007 through March 27, 2007) P = Comments received after the EIS Scoping comment period and before the release of the Draft EIS (DEIS) The second character represents the “Affiliation Code” that places the party commenting into one of five categories: F = Comment from a Federal agency S = Comment from a State agency L = Comment from a Local agency P = Comment from the general public N = Comment by petition The last four characters represent the third field, which identifies the specific comment submittal numerically. For example, the “Identifier Code”, “SP0245", describes the comment submittal as being the 245th letter or comment form received during the Scoping process from the general public. Affiliation Code Event Code Numeric Identifier SP0245 Each comment submittal was reviewed, salient points summarized, and identified with a comment code. The summarized comments are provided in Section 4. The summarized comments are organized into the following 29 categories, which includes each of the environmental resource categories identified in FAA Order 1050.1E: Category Number Description 1 Purpose and Need 2 Alternatives 3 Nois 4 Land Use 5 Air Quality 6 Coastal Resources 7 Construction Impacts 8 DOT Act: Section 4(f) 9 Farmlands 10 Fish, Wildlife, and Plants 11 Floodplains 12 Hazardous Materials, Pollution Prevention, and Solid Waste 13 Historic and Archaeological Resources 14 Light Emissions and Visual Impacts 15 Natural Resources and Energy Supply 16 Secondary (Induced) Impacts 17 Socioeconomic Impacts 18Environmental Justice 19 Children’s Environmental Health and Safety Risks 20Water Quality 21Wetlands 22 Wild and Scenic Rivers 23 Quality of Life 24 Safety 25 Cost Considerations 26Other Considerations 27 Cumulative Impacts 28Mitigation Measures 29 Coordination and PublicInvolvement For example, Comment Code 1-1 describes the comment was made concerning the Purpose and Need and is the first comment documented under that category. SECTION 2: AGENCY COMMENT INDEX AGENCY COMMENT INDEX Letter Last Name First Name Agency Code Comment Number(s) Bowlegs Pare Seminole Nation of Oklahoma SF0001 13-10 Karazsia Jocelyn National Marine Fisheries Service SF0002 10-4 Wrublik John U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service SF0003 10-2, 10-3 Carleton Kenneth Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians SF0004 29-15 Mueller Heinz U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SF0005 5-25, 2-41, 5-24, 5-23, 17-24, 5-22, 7-1, 18-3, 5-21, 7-2, 5-18, 3-57, 4-6, 3-58, 28-2, 3-45, 3-44, 3-43, 7-3, 20- 4, 20-5, 21-2, 7-4 Miles III P.E. Moody U.S. Army Corps of Engineers SF0006 29-16 Cazzoli Al U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development SF0007 29-17 Terry Steve Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida SF0008 13-5 Robbins Rick Natural Resources Conservation Service SF0009 9-1 Gaske Frederick Florida Department of State - Division of Historical Resources SS0001 13-3 Mann Sally Florida Department of Environmental Protection SS0002 21-3, 20-6, 12-4, 6-1 Moss William City of West Palm Beach City Commissioner, District 5 SL0001 2-20, 2-18, 1-20, 17-29, 3-54, 5-6, 17-7, 3-17, 27-3 Frankel Lois City of West Palm Beach SL0002 8-5, 13-9, 13-22, 3-59 McLane Alice Town of Glen Ridge SL0003 3-6, 24-2, 5-7, 10-1, 20-1, 2-2 Frankel Lois SL0004 17-2, 2-9, 13-1, 23-5, 28-1, 4-7, 3-25 Frankel Lois City of West Palm Beach SL0005 29-11, 5-19, 17-20, 23-5, 13-1, 3-58, 2-9, 2-20, 3-12 SECTION 3: PUBLIC COMMENT INDEX PUBLIC COMMENT INDEX Last Name First Name Letter Code Comment Number(s) Abella Patrick SP0012 1-4, 24-3, 16-1 Adams Jennifer SP0191 3-6, 5-2, 5-6, 19-3, 29-18, 3-47, 17-12, 2-3 Adelman Judith SP0127 1-12, 3-1, 5-4, 5-5 Agnew Paul SP0094 23-2, 19-2, 13-11, 3-55, 3-54, 17-25, 8-4, 3-46, 19-1, 2-30, 2-7, 2-29, 2-25, 2-24, 2-21, 24- April 6, 24-6, 17-21, 17-19 Albre Bobby SP0089 2-1 Amaral Robert SP0163 24-2, 17-12, 3-5, 5-1, 17-12, 19-2 Amarat SP0013 2-2, 5-2, 3-1, 5-1, 3-2, 17-1 Anonymous n/a SP0046 2-5, 3-13 n/a SP0106 17-12 Atkinson David SP0061 3-6, 13-12, 17-2, 13-17 SP0108 1-12, 2-7, 2-4, 2-7, 25-6 Thomas Daniel Averhart Stephanie SP0014 4-1, 3-7, 17-4, 3-2, 2-10, 1-7 Bauman Nevin SP0002 3-1, 17-12, 5-6 SP0155 23-4, 3-1, 5-7, 5-6, 23-4, 17-12 Berube John SP0072 1-7, 3-6, 5-2, 1-12 Besade Bryan PP0001 2-2, 3-8, 17-9, 17-12 Bingold Jim SP0015 1-4, 3-1 Blakeman Nina SP0115 29-11 Nina SP0156 2-2, 3-1, 5-7, 23-2, 23-2, 2-4, 29-10 Blakeman Nina SP0178 2-2, 3-1, 5-7, 23-2, 3-58, 2-4, 2-2, 29-10, 29-8, 23-1, 2-2 Bowen Michael SP0158 3-9, 3-4, 29-8 Brett-Major Lin SP0069 2-38, 2-14, 23-2 Lin SP0070 Brown Jeff SP0016 2-5, 17-26, 3-8, 23-1 Brubaker Barbara SP0060 2-2, 13-2, 5-7, 19-3, 2-2 Burgess Jeffrey SP0096 2-2, 3-1, 17-12, 23-2, 2-3 Callaway David PP0007 2-3 Casey Thomas SP0017 3-24, 1-5 Chooljian Lois Ann SP0083 3-1, 3-38, 19-7, 17-20, 2-11 Cinque II Al SP0150 3-1, 5-2 Clemente Raphael SP0067 2-5, 23-1, 17-28 Coiro Michael SP0010 2-2, 23-1 Collins Jeff SP0018 2-11, 23-1, 1-9 Conboy Thomas SP0101 29-10, 29-5, 27-2, 29-10, 3-42, 3-29, 3-50, 3-12, 5-6, 5-17, 19-1, 13-1, 18-2, 18-4, 18-1, 17-22, 23-2, 29-1, 11-2, 29-11 Conboy Thomas SP0160 27-2, 19-1, 16-1, 5-17, 17-17, 20-3, 12-5, 2-16, 5-6, 2-18, 1-7, 5-6, 3-40, 17-7 Coons Kristi SP0088 5-4, 17-12, 2-4 Richard Cooper Sonia SP0137 2-2, 3-1, 23-2, 17-12 Copin Leigh SP0057 2-2, 2-2, 1-7, 2-4, 2-11 Jose Costes John SP0188 2-1, 17-30, 17-31 Cousins Kay SP0102 2-2, 13-7, 13-2, 5-7, 3-20 Cummings Michael SP0019 1-5, 17-3 Davidsson Bob SP0066 2-2, 29-12 Day Lynn SP0116 3-6, 5-2, 23-2, 20-2 Day Barry de Chabert-Ostland Michel SP0055 3-1, 13-2, 2-2, 16-1, 23-6 Dean D. SP0020 3-3, 3-10 Deya Alicia SP0058 2-4, 2-17, 3-2, 28-7, 2-3 Diaz Susy SP0021 1-10, 1-4, 2-2 Diaz Susy SP0162 29-7, 2-2, 3-1, 3-2, 29-8, 1-13, 1-7, 25-5, 24-5, 2-4, 23-1 Diggs Eloise SP0140 25-3, 17-11, 1-7 Downey Anna SP0092 16-1, 19-6, 5-2, 17-10, 2-2 Dukes Gary SP0174 2-3, 2-11, 1-3 Duncan Kimberly SP0062 23-2, 19-5, 2-1, 2-33, 3-12, 28-4 Elizabeth Merritt SP0103 13-1, 13-9, 13-8, 13-1, 26-1, 8-1, 2-14, 29-13, 27-1, 13-11, 13-21, 29-2, 3-12, 3-37, 3-23, 13-20, 28-3, 3-32 Erskine Lou Prentis SP0143 2-2, 5-12, 3-1, 5-6, 17-12 Last Name First Name Letter Code Comment Number(s) Feld Manny SP0112 2-1, 17-30, 17-31 Filiatrault Nicole SP0004 2-2, 3-1, 5-1 Finigan Patrick SP0129 3-6, 13-7 Flynn Judith SP0142 5-7, 3-1, 17-12, 2-28 Foose Karl SP0123 19-1, 5-7, 3-1, 13-2, 16-1, 17-12 Rosemary SP0120 Gallant Eugene SP0126 2-1, 2-15 Gearhart Bill SP0130 13-2, 29-3, 29-4, 1-11, 6-2, 17-5, 13-6, 3-11, 25-1 Gentile Jamie SP0190 3-2, 5-1, 2-26 Gerhart Stephen SP0182 2-3 Gierok Mark SP0090 2-12, 3-10, 28-5, 23-6 Goyette Clare SP0022 2-4, 17-27, 23-1, 13-2 Gray Bailey SP0023 13-4, 2-5 Gray SP0056 13-2, 17-4, 13-1, 23-6, 24-4, 13-9 Gray Bailey SP0081 8-2, 2-11, 2-13 Green Suzette SP0024 23-2, 2-23, 24-2, 2-18 Green Suzette SP0025 3-1, 1-16 SP0181 13-2 Grey Bailey SP0076 24-2 Griffin Nicholas SP0104 2-2, 5-7, 3-9, 24-1, 13-2, 17-12, 10-6, 23-2, 23-4, 1-7 Carole Grove Betty SP0119 2-3, 3-31, 5-7 Guarini Robert SP0185 2-1, 17-30, 17-31 Guerin Rich SP0186 Gustafson Brian SP0026 2-2, 23-2 G. Rich SP0189 Hayes Theo SP0122 2-1, 3-22, 5-8 Stephen Heath Horton SP0151 2-2, 13-2, 23-2 Silvia High Patricia SP0028 13-1, 10-1 High Richard SP0027 1-4, 2-4 Hill Judith SP0008 1-3, 3-5, 24-2, 23-1 Hodge Tanya PP0009 3-1, 17-4 Humphries George SP0029 17-28, 3-17 Jaimedes Joanne SP0006 2-5, 17-1 Janis Melodie SP0097 2-4, 2-12 Janis SP0099 3-6 Johanson Alan PP0004 23-4, 3-1, 5-7, 3-29, 14-1, 1-3, 4-3, 2-43, 13-19 Kasik Christina SP0093 29-6, 2-2, 5-19, 19-8, 5-5, 3-6, 28-6, 8-3, 17-12, 12-1, 12-2, 12-3, 18-5, 1-6, 2-43, 2-4 Kasten Ralph SP0175 2-1, 2-31, 2-1, 17-16 Kelly Curtis SP0073 2-2, 3-9, 23-2 Gudobba Bernard Kelly Curtis SP0030 2-2, 23-2 Gudobba Bernard Kenney Fred SP0131 26-3, 2-12 Ketelsen Craig SP0134 2-2, 2-3, 23-1, 5-3, 3-9, 17-12, 13-1 King Janet SP0080 3-6, 5-19, 17-10, 19-4, 21-1, 2-11, 26-2 Kirk n/a SP0074 3-14, 3-15, 2-1 Klingensmith M. SP0031 3-30, 5-20 Kraft Barbara SP0192 2-3 Kuzmenko Penny SP0111 17-23, 17-12, 1-10 SP0179 2-19, 24-4, 13-2, 17-8 Lacerte Schwartz Aaron SP0075 3-35, 5-6, 17-10, 26-2 Anis Lava Evelyn SP0164 3-6 Lazarus Marilyn SP0152 3-1, 3-6, 5-2, 17-4 Lea James SP0077 1-19, 17-12, 4-4, 2-4, 2-7 Lea SP0173 2-34 Lee Sherry PP0005 2-2, 1-7 Leiva Neyita SP0032 2-2, 1-13, 2-43, 3-16, 1-8 Leone Paul SP0068 2-1, 17-30, 17-31