Pembroke Pines, Florida – Pembroke Pines officials have urgently called for an air quality assessment at North Perry Airport, citing apprehensions regarding elevated lead emissions.
The city, backed by concerned residents, has passed a resolution urging the Broward County Aviation Department to initiate air examinations in the vicinity of the airport.
North Perry Airport currently holds the fifth position nationwide in terms of lead emissions, a matter of growing concern for its longstanding residents.
In response, the Broward County Aviation Department anticipates conducting a thorough environmental analysis of the airport’s air quality in the 2024 fiscal year.
The department emphasizes its dedication to ensuring both the safety and efficient functioning of the airport.