Petition not viable
I HAVE read with interest the many letters and articles regarding the demise of Plymouth airport and the petition to save it. Yes an airport might be beneficial to the city, pity that so few people used it. Perhaps because it was in the wrong place and was never a viable option?
The petition had over 40,000 signatures. However, the population of Plymouth is 250,000 and if you take into consideration the South Hams, West Devon and East Cornwall that would most probably double the people who might have used it. So it amounts to less than 10 per cent of the population. Of those, remove the "Mickey Mouse" signatures and addresses plus those on holiday who most probably had no idea even what the petition was about. I would not even try to guess how many were pressurised into signing it by aggressive tactics. Yes I had one of those try it on me and no I did not sign. The various councils over the years have failed to do anything practicable with regards to the airport and the current leader made sure it was never going to be used again. So is the airport petition viable? Definitely not.
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