MSP changes flight patterns without telling Minneapolis council

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A vote by the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) on Monday to significantly alter flight patterns at the airport caught the Minneapolis City Council by surprise.
The exact changes that the vote will cause are still unclear, according to a report by MinnPost.
The Star Tribune reported that even though MAC held two open house on the matter, City Council members complain that they were not properly advertised.
There are also very little details about which neighborhoods would be more affected by the changes, for the better or for the worse.
Many City Council members are simply confused by the lack of information.
"There's just been no information to anyone at all," downtown representative Lisa Goodman told the Star Tribune.

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