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[Teterboro Airport Index]

The Record, Thursday, April 11, 2001 -- Your Views Section

On airports role in the community

I write in response to the letter written by Wood-Ridge Borough Councilman Richard Carbonaro, who admonished your readers the "Bergen does not need Teterboro Airport" (Your Views, March 16).

As a member of a business organization that employees over 300 men and women at Teterboro Airport (several of who are Wood-Ridge residents), I respectfully disagree with Carbonaro's ill-considered conclusion.  In fact, I can assure Carbonaro that the hundreds of families who rely on Teterboro Airport for their livelihood are not "pampered millionaires" but hard-working men an women who take pride in their work and who add a great value to the Bergen County communities in which they reside.

I encourage Carbonaro to work with the airport operator and its tenants to increase the awareness of each other's problems and to work as a team to resolve airport-related issues in the practical and effective manner.

Mathew B Boyle
Hackensack, March 28

The writer is senior vice president and general counsel of Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.


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