GREENSBURG — The Greensburg Board of Aviation Commissioners met for the first time in 2017 on Monday evening. In the meeting, the board elected Bill Ernstes as the board president and Jon Dooley as the Vice President.
To begin 2017, the Airport Board begins the year with $260,151.32 in their three combined accounts.
The Airport Board voted unanimously to purchase the Qtpod fuel service agreement package that costs $995. Software upgrades and reduced cost of replacement parts are included in the purchase.
Paul Shaffer from BF&S Engineering spoke with the board about the proposed annual Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that projects the airports plans over the next five years. The Board approved the CIP by a 4-0 vote. The CIP will now go to INDOT prior to its Feb. 1 deadline.
New president Ernstes, new vice president Dooley, board member Oris Reece, board member Jim Pruett and airport manager Jerry Scheidler were present at the meeting. Board member Don Whipple was absent from the meeting.
The board reenacted their current schedule of meeting on the fourth Monday of every month in 2017. This places their next meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 27 at City Hall.
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