By Dana Bartholomew, Los Angeles Daily News
April 29, 2016
An environmental report was released late Friday that could lead to the replacement of the 86-year-old passenger terminal at Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority posted a draft environmental impact report late in the afternoon for a proposed Burbank airport terminal that could replace an aging terminal open since the dawn of the Great Depression.
The five-volume environmental study — totalling 3,502 pages — outlines the potential impact of a 355,000-square-foot replacement terminal. A 45-day public comment period ends June 13.