A supporter of the Huron County Airport appeared to have a mixed reaction to a recent meeting held between representatives of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and local officials.
"The main issue ... discussed involved the construction of a privately-funded gravel roadway on airport property which would service Mr. Bader's vehicular exit issues and leave the airport permanently open for business during the raceway's special events," said Dan LeClair, president of the Friends of the Huron County Airport.
LeClair was referring to Bill Bader Jr., president of Summit Motorsports Park, and the raceway's need to use the airport as an exit during large events.
"The proposed roadway is supposed to be completed prior to the 2015 raceway season," he added.
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