Posted by Marti, a resident of the Martens-Carmelita neighborhood, on Jul 22, 2010 at 4:02 pm
This is a great plan... I guess "people sicken me" does not know or care about the history. There is much history that would be lost if the hanger was distroyed... PHM is corect, "It's so obviously right!" I am old enough to know the history of the hanger and I think it would be terrible to loose all of the history, stories and the hanger itself. West Coast Air and Space museum would be perfect. Thanks to Siegel, pilot Williams and County Airports director l Honaker and the Save Hanger One committee.
Posted by Mr. Big, a resident of the North Whisman neighborhood, on Jul 22, 2010 at 5:07 pm
It's a fantastic idea!
And, would be another feather in our cap for our great city!
I can see it now: The Smithsonian West Coast Earth, Air and Space Museum sitting next the new University of California at Mountain View (UCMV) campus and connected to the new High Speed Rail Station by SkyTran electric personal rapid transit vehicles along with free Google Fiber ultra high speed internet access for all residents/businesses.
This vision of the very near and possible future would help propel Mountain View into the 21st Century as the next great city in California.