Chicago Airports New Head Promises Action on Issue of Noise
Ginger Evans, the recently appointed Aviation Commissioner of Chicago airports, has said that she will ensure that all solutions will be investigated and presented by the beginning of August to address the problem of noise from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Meeting with city officials and community groups, she announced that her staff ‘has developed 12 to 15 options’ for possible implementations that could address the issue. This meeting was the second of three proposed sessions for the negotiation of this issue that has been going on for decades.
She did not offer any details about the proposed measures, and insisted that her top priorities remain firmly in the conduct of safe and efficient flight operations.