Vote YES on Article Five!
The Air Force Must Obey the Law.
- Air Force data shows the planned F-35 basing makes 2/3 of the housing units in Winooski “unsuitable for residential use.”
- By unanimous vote, the Winooski City Council adopted a resolution in 2013 saying the Air Force, “…did not adequately address the questions and concerns…” of the council about the impact of the F35 basing.
- The Air Force failed to comply with the requirements of federal laws in making the basing decision.
- Vote YES on Article Five to request the City of Winooski join the lawsuit to demand full compliance from the Air Force. The Air Force must obey the law!
A YES vote WILL NOT RAISE your TAXES!
Article Five is non-binding and advisory ONLY!
Vote YES on Article Five and bring
your voting friends with you to the polls!
March 3, 2015 – Senior Center, Barlow Street
Documents pertaining to the lawsuit can be found at: www.stopthef35.com
The USAF says homes in the F35 noise impact zone will be considered “unsuitable for residential use”
The Northwestern Vermont Board of Realtors now requires a Noise Disclosure Statement on all home sales within the future F35 noise impact zone.
Protect Our Community!
Vote YES! on Article Five