Huron County Airport: A work in progress
Jan 25, 2014 at 4:07 PM
Huron County airport board members and supporters will keep plugging away to make improvements at the facility.
That's the message airport board member Carl Essex recently delivered.
Lately, the issues of pavement maintenance, hazard removal and airport revenues have been in the spotlight.
Areas of the runway and taxiway could use work, according to an evaluation from Ohio Department of Transportation officials. Essex said no pavement improvements have been made in at least eight years.
In year's past, it was widely reported about 27 planes take off and land at the local airport in an average day.
"The average is 1.5 planes a day," Essex said.
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