KOBE — Local citizens’ groups said Wednesday they will canvass residents door-to-door next month in order to determine once and for all whether people want a Kobe airport.

This decision by antiairport activists, who had been badly split on strategy following City Hall’s rejection of a plebiscite proposal last year, came one day after the Transport Ministry gave final approval for the airport.

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