Neighborhood upset with Sky Harbor flight paths

"We have a wonderful neighborhood of longtime residents and concerned citizens that are very active in politics here and we're trying to find out a way to satisfy both the neighborhood, the environment and the city and the FAA," Brent Kleinman, President of Encanto-Palmcroft Historic Preservation Association.

The new flight path forces planes to go three miles west, which takes them right along Grand Avenue and a little further north.