Saturday, December 19, 2020

Kerrville Municipal Airport (KERV) hangar door repairs

After delaying this decision from a previous meeting, commissioners had another discussion with Airport Manager Mary Rohrer about her request for permission to move $400,000 from the airport’s fund balance into capital projects, to repair two large hangar doors damaged in a windstorm.

Commissioner Tom Moser, who asked for the delay to look at the project’s engineering needs, said when he went to examine the hangar and doors, he found they need to repair both doors, not just one. He said the hangar is a divided building inside and both doors are needed for access by pilots and their planes.

Commissioners voted 5-0 to approve the airport board re-allocating funds for this major repair project; and Rohrer thanked them for their decision.

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