Huron County recently received more than $9,000 in rent for land farmed on the airport property.
That money presently sits in the county's general fund.
In years past, those funds were typically turned over to the airport to assist in operations.
In the past 12 months, the commissioners have kept not only farm-rent funds, but also about $13,000 from the sale of trees and brush at the airport.
These new policies have not been well-received by airport supporters and some of the airport board members.
A story about this subject was published recently in the Norwalk Reflector.