to the Air Transport Association, there are over 700 local groups and
also, hundreds of cities and towns nationally, concerned about airport
and aircraft issues. Some of the Groups Who Joined the Battle:
Who We Are:
in a balance between economy and ecology.
AReCO is a grass roots organization and is separate from all other
organizations. We began in June 1994, with just 26 members. Today AReCO
represents over 1200 residents from 42 communities and the City of Park Ridge
that are concerned about O’Hare. There are many national organizations
that are also members.
AReCO’s membership is diverse, and it includes people from all walks of life
including the business and real-estate community, as well as employees of the
airlines, including pilots from United and American. We represent some Chicago
Air Traffic Controllers in safety/capacity matters. We are legislative aides,
business owners and members of the real estate community, teachers, doctors and
others concerned about not only O’Hare noise but its environmental and health
We citizens are concerned with the increase in incidents of noise, health,
safety, environmental problems and; decreasing property values that more flights
at O’Hare Airport will bring.
here if you would like to join AReCO.
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'Action' at O'Hare: The Corruption of the Public Policy Process Leading
to O'Hare Expansion," December 2004.
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with government and university officials world-wide regarding programs
that use biomass fuels in aircraft and air quality monitoring programs
using instrumented aircraft.
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