Sunday, February 15, 2015

Cambridge Municipal Airport (KCDI), Ohio: Chris Rocco elected as president of Cambridge Area Regional Airport Authority Board of Directors

Personnel actions marked the January meeting of the Cambridge Area Regional Airport Authority Board of Directors.

Chris Rocco will lead the board as president. Members selected Tom Stemmer as vice president. Brenda Dolweck will continue as secretary/treasurer.

Members discussed filling an open seat on the Guernsey County Planning Commission to bring representation of the airport to the agency. Operations Manager Dave Mourer was chosen to serve on the commission.

No appointment has been made to fill a vacancy on the board.

In other action, Operations Manager Dave Mourer said the precision approach path indicator and runway end identifier lights are working properly. The flight check was conducted Jan. 16 to ensure the lights are functioning according to Federal Aviation Administration standards.

Technicians with Perram Electric were on-site during the flight check to make any adjustments the FAA mandated. Accordingly, they adjusted PAPI lights on Runway 22.

The FAA did not check the PAPI's following the adjustments, and must submit the proper documentation before additional adjustments can be considered.

Specifications and plans for the non-strengthening overlay project for both runways have been completed. Engineering Consultant Steve Potoczak of Delta Airport Consultants will present the documents to the board during the February meeting.

The board received bids for banking services. Dolweck will present them to the board for consideration during the February meeting.

The Cambridge Regional Airport Authority Board of Trustees is scheduled to next meet in regular session at 7:30 a.m. Feb. 18 at the airport. 

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