At its Tuesday meeting, the Fullerton Municipal Airport Noise and Safety Committee is expected to discuss the status of a study currently under way concerning the types of aircraft that can use the facility.
While "no specific and definite conclusions" will be available Tuesday, a consulting firm, Rawlings Enterprises Inc. of Newport Beach, will discuss its preliminary findings, Jim Brunner, administrative assistant to the airport manager, said.
"We haven't reached a point in the study at this time where that much additional information will be passed (along)," Brunner said. "The firm will, however, provide information of what might be in the conclusions, based on what has been done thus far."
The firm was hired by the City Council to examine airport noise levels as well as the size and types of aircraft using the facility. Airport Manager Rod Murphy requested the study to update a 1976 ordinance prohibiting certain types of aircraft from using the runway.
Brunner said he hopes that the study, which began last December, will be completed by next month.