FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WOODBINE, Ga. – December 20, 2019 - In two Camden County Press Releases dated December 17 and December 19, 2019, Camden County attempted to divert attention from the fact it has withheld from public scrutiny the “Tolling Letter“ it received from the FAA about repositioning and further delays in the spaceport project. Additionally, there was no reference to the Tolling Letter in an interview published in the Tribune and Georgian newspaper on Thursday, Dec
The information that just appeared in the linked WABE NPR story is devastating to the promoters of Spaceport Camden: https://www.wabe.org/faa-struggled-to-get-safety-info-on-camden-spaceport-for-years-emails-show/ Note the headline: FOR YEARS! Now there’s public proof that Camden has known FOR YEARS that they can’t launch rockets over Little Cumberland Island and Cumberland Island National Seashore. It's really even worse. The FAA was advised in the December 2015 Scoping Hear
When FAA spokesperson, Stacey Zee, hit "send" yesterday at 4:57 P.M. and probably left the office for the day, the FAA notified us in a terse announcement that its long-awaited December 16, 2019 decision date meant nothing. The FAA had granted Camden County yet another deadline extension to allow them to solve their Spaceport application problems. The federal Permitting Dashboard shows that, once again, Spaceport Camden is “PAUSED” at the FAA. https://www.permits.performance.