Sunday, November 03, 2013

Norwalk-Huron County (5A1), Norwalk, Ohio: Airport supporter concerned about debris on taxiways... Airport president: It's been addressed

A local airport supporter is fed up with debris on the taxiways at the Huron County Airport.
Dan LeClair, president of the Friends of the Huron County Airport group, voiced his displeasure recently via email about trucks leaving debris on the taxiways. The trucks have been on the property dumping in fill at the airport pond.

"Upon exiting the pond location, these trucks are using the taxiways and leaving debris -- dirt clumps, mud, stones, etc. -- they pick up in their tires near the pond onto said taxiways as they depart the facility," LeClair said.

Airport board president Don Frankenfield said he was familiar with the situation, though, he hadn't seen LeClair's email.

A story about this subject was published recently in the Norwalk Reflector.


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