The Huron County Airport Authority board members discussed in detail at Wednesday's meeting how to resolve a large debt owed the county commissioners.
Back in the late 1990s, the county commissioners loaned the airport $100,000 to build hangars.
As part of the deal, the airport board members agreed to pay the commissioners back annually through 2012.
The airport made about three years of payments before asking the commissioners for an extension or some "time off" from making payments until finances improved. The commissioners at the time agreed to that set-up in the early 2000s.
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