The noise of the helicopter and all that comes with it is what the inhabitants of Winter Paradise say they do not want in their backyards. “We are here to listen to you. That is the purpose of the meeting, and that is why we are here,” he said. Riegl USA Inc. Sr. Vice President Jim Van Rens. Van Rennes listened to Van Rennes’ crowded room at a planned helipad community meeting on Tuesday night. Regal USA Inc. Map technology will have more than $ 12 million in impact on Winter Paradise and its 40 employees worldwide. The company wants it. To build a helicopter on West Colonial Drive near Brandy Creek and Brandy Creek Oaks of Brandy Creek. Some speakers said it would lead to noise, safety concerns and environmental issues. They were touching a wall, and it was cement, a man called Nick. ” “The project’s project manager, Steve Aldridge Riggle, has been talking to the city about the two-year-old helicopter for some two years.” Riegl USA Inc.’s going back to the drawing board and maybe looking elsewhere. No meetings have been held. Commissioner Ron Mለርller, who represents the district, said tonight that the safety of residents is paramount and would not support it if there was a vote.
The noise of the helicopter and the winter solstice that comes with it are what people say they do not want in their backyard.
“We are here to listen to you. That is the purpose of the meeting, and that is why we are here,” said Jim Van Rens, vice president of Real USA Inquisition.
Van Rennes listened to a lively talk show at a community helicopter on Tuesday night.
Riegl USA Inc. It produces map technology worldwide with over $ 12 million in economic impact and 40 employees in Winter Paradise.
The company wants to build a helicopter on West Colony Drive near Brandy Creek and Brandy Creek Oaks of Brandy Creek.
Some speakers said it would lead to noise, security concerns and environmental issues.
“What if the helicopter crashed on my friends or crashed into a house or lake? Is there a fuel tank here?” A resident asked.
Others spoke about the highway traffic congestion and the possibility of declining property prices.
The proposed helicopter will be located behind a mansion in Oaks Brandy Lake.
The city said earlier this month that the company had been given a special event permit.
“Those helicopters were touching the walls of my house, which is cement,” said Nick. “And I felt like I was going like this and over time I felt what a dry wall would do to my roof, things like that.”
According to Steve Aldridge, project manager of the company, Riggle talked about the helicopter with the city for two years.
“We look forward to hearing from you and wishing you well in your future endeavors,” said Aldridge.
The meeting was delayed by the rig, which delayed the Helppad proposal.
WESH 2 tried to get a response from the president.
When we asked John Riggle about the next step, he had no idea – he just left.
Next up is Riegl USA Inc. Returning to the drawing board and possibly looking elsewhere. Nothing will come before the commissioners, but when it does, residents will be told.
So far, the helicopter has not been set up for the upcoming Winter Garden Commission meetings.
District Commissioner Ron Mለርller said tonight that the safety of residents is paramount and would not support it if there was a vote.