Settlement Agreement 1985 and Settlement Agreement Amendment 2003 AirFair Resolution of Support
Coalition Agreement of JWA Corridor Cities
Memorandum of Understanding - Costa Mesa and Newport Beach 2008
Position Statement on JWA by Newport Beach
Report by Thomas C. Edwards, legal adviser to Newport Beach, on the Air Quality Research conducted by Karleen Boyle-Sudol for the City. Includes the history and methodology followed by answers to questions the community has raised about the study.
Go Local Report: Newport Beach and Costa Mesa pool OCTA money to assess JWA travelers 2008 Departure Noise Impact Analysis ASRC Research and Technology Solutions for Newport Beach 2008
The JWA Corridor Cities of Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, Orange, and Santa Ana, Tustin, and Villa Park have signed this agreement recognizing that these cities have a mutual interest in protecting their cities from any further expansion of JWA.
History and methodology of Newport Beach's Air Quality Research conducted by Dr. Karleen Boyle-Sudol in a report by Thomas Edwards, legal adviser for airport issues for Newport Beach City Council. Includes a Q & A on important concerns of residents.
Costa Mesa and Newport Beach use OCTA funds to hire Ducey and
Associates to survey passengers arriving at John Wayne Airport. Results
show 14% go to Anaheim/Disneyland. 14% represents 1.2 million
passengers or 12,000 flights per year. Report suggest regional solution
since Ontario Airport wants to add more passengers.