Before anyone asks, no, I didn’t create this video – although I think it’s brilliant. I like the fact it’s personalized for Longmont, even with a phone call to “Tim”, our airport manager. Now, if they would have put Hitler in overalls or made him a female…
On Episode 11 of Longmont Politics, we discussed the bumper sticker mailed out to anti-airport neighbors by Mile Hi Skydiving, along with comments during the Airport Advisory Board meeting. The Times-Callran my letter about Mayor Coombs and a game he played at the recent council meeting. We updated the money race for U.S. Congressional District 4 and how candidate Brandon Shaffer possibly killed an election night reporting bill.
Music played in this show was “Prisoner” by Cary Morin – courtesy of Music Alley.
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As expected, as they get more desperate and agitated, the anti-Vance Brand Airport people turn to threats and harassment. Maybe they’re used to whining and bullying to get their way without any push back. That will not be the case here. Continue reading →
Most of the noise regarding Longmont’s Vance Brand Airport isn’t coming from the airport itself, but from neighbors who aren’t Longmont residents or taxpayers. No airport complaint-fest would be complete without mentioning it’s #1 detractor farmer, that would be the Zweck property. They are correct on one point: their family was here before the airport, even before airplanes existed. The Zweck name predates Longmont itself, and the history of the family is not in question and not being disparaged. What is inexcusable is the ongoing questionable activity of Tom Zweck, who apparently thinks it’s acceptable behavior to threaten to shoot pilots, including myself, and skydivers. No one has that birthright, I don’t care who you are.
You may have heard of a donation recently to help keep the Roosevelt Park Ice Rink open this year. The good people at Mile-Hi Skydiving presented the $10,000 check to the city from the Jeff Sands Memorial Blue Skies Fund. You may have also heard of the Blue Skies Neighborhood Park on the southwest side of town, it also was in part a tribute to Jeff Sands. With the anniversary of his untimely passing coming up, I thought some of you would like to know a little more about my friend, Jeff.