FAA's directive threatens runway access at airpark

A story in the November 17, 2008 issue of the Polk County Itemizer-Observer provide a good recap of the challenges facing some airports with through-the-fence agreement. FAA’s directive threatens runway access at airpark By Craig Coleman INDEPENDENCE, OREGON — A directive from the regional office of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) could threaten future taxiway […]

A story in the November 17, 2008 issue of the Polk County Itemizer-Observer provide a good recap of the challenges facing some airports with through-the-fence agreement.

FAA’s directive threatens runway access at airpark

By Craig Coleman

INDEPENDENCE, OREGON — A directive from the regional office of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) could threaten future taxiway access between the Independence State Airport (ISA) and the adjoining airpark to the east.

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  1. Polk county Florida just had a ruling by Judge Charles Curry, stating an airpark resident lost his rights to an airpark because a former owner of his property 20 years prior did not make an annual payment, the judge ruled even though the loss of use 20 years prior and never publicly recorded, the newest resident does not have access. See Southlakeland Airport vs. Hunt, in Polk county Florida. The attorney for the airport was R. Patrick Phillips from Orlando.

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