Friday, May 20, 2016

Keystone board receives helicopter complaint



The Keystone Board of Trustees received petitions complaining of helicopter noise this week but took no action.

As previewed by the Journal, Keystone resident Kathy Hackett presented the petitions to the board Wednesday night. She lives near the Black Hills Aerial Adventures heliport in the city and said she is fed up with the dozens of noisy overflights she endures throughout the summer. Her petition seeks a termination of the company's city business license.

Trustee Trygve Nelson said in response to Journal questions Friday that the board received the petitions and listened to people on both sides of the issue, but took no action.

"We’ll just take everybody’s considerations in, and I don’t know what will end up happening," Nelson said.

Original article can be found here: http://rapidcityjournal.com

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