Friday, January 13, 2012

Airport improvement plans available for review. Provincetown Municipal Airport (KPVC), Provincetown, Massachusetts.

PROVINCETOWN — The plans for 12 capital improvement projects at Provincetown Municipal Airport are open for public review through Feb. 10, the Cape Cod National Seashore announced Wednesday.

The projects, proposed by the town's airport commission, will cost about $10 million and will be completed over several years, airport Manager Arthur "Butch" Lisenby said Thursday.

The National Park Service owns the land on which the airport sits and licenses the airport activity.

Therefore, as required by federal law, the proposals are being vetted through the National Environmental Policy Act regulatory process.

A copy of the environmental impact report/environmental assessment on the proposal is available at

For more information, contact Superintendent George Price, Cape Cod National Seashore, 99 Marconi Site Road, Wellfleet 02667; 508-771-2144; or


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