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Plymouth Airport Approves Timber Sale

July 17, 2013
Plymouth Airport Approves Timber Sale

  07/18/13 Last week the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners expanded to a 5 member board with the mayoral appointment of Joe Mersch.  Mayor Mark Senter commented that there has been an issue recently with having a quorum and state statue does allow for a fifth member.  Mersch owns the storage building near the...
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Council Approves ABC Request for Long-term Land Lease for Private Hangers

February 12, 2013
Council Approves ABC Request for Long-term Land Lease for Private Hangers

  02/13/13 Tuesday evening Plymouth Airport Manager, Dave Lattimer told Aviation Board members that Monday night the City Council approved and second and third readings an ordinance that will allow the ABC (Aviation Board of Commissioners) to lease a spot of ground for private individuals to build private hangers.  The ordinance amendment authorizes the...
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Aviation Board Moves Forward with 2014 Runway Reconstruction Project

February 18, 2012
Aviation Board Moves Forward with 2014 Runway Reconstruction Project

   02/20/12 Runway reconstruction at the Plymouth Airport is slated as a 2014 project, but the preliminary steps to get the details in place have already started. David Lattimer, airport manager, said, “The project is in the very beginning stages.” According to Lattimer, surveyors began taking measurements two or three months ago and six...
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Aviation Board Approves 2012 Fee Schedule

February 15, 2012
Aviation Board Approves 2012 Fee Schedule

  02/16/12 By all appearances, the Plymouth Airport is holding strong. Airport Manager David Lattimer told the Aviation Board members on Tuesday night that there is still a waiting list of seven names of those requesting hanger spaces to lease. As he had done at earlier meetings, Lattimer recommended that an additional T-hangar be...
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Aviation Board Continues to Move On with Improvements

December 22, 2011
Aviation Board Continues to Move On with Improvements

12/23/11 The Plymouth Aviation Board continues to plan for the future needs of the airport. During a meeting on December 21, the board heard a report from Mark Shilling of Woolpert Inc., consultants for the board. Shilling reviewed the list of Capitol Improvement Projects (CIP) that will be submitted to the FAA. Among the...
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CMA Shows Interest in Plymouth Airport for Student Flight Training Program

November 28, 2011
CMA Shows Interest in Plymouth Airport for Student Flight Training Program

11/29/11 Earlier this month Plymouth Municipal Airport Manager David Lattimer was approached by several individuals who are on the Board of Directors for Culver Academies.  They informed him that they will be resuming their student flight training program although they will not actually do the training on their field or with their own staff. ...
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Aviation Board Looks at New Sign Proposal from Vanadco

August 10, 2011

09/11/11 Chad Bailey of Vanadco Signs presented a revised design for signage at Tuesday night’s Board of Aviation meeting.  The board plans to erect a new sign some 75 feet off of Michigan Street to help identify the airport. Vanadco had originally proposed a sign that required approval from the FFA (Federal Aviation Administration...
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BOAC Continues to Make Facility Improvements

June 15, 2011
BOAC Continues to Make Facility Improvements

06/16/11  Members of the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners (BOAC) have spent the last several months renovating, repairing and replacing areas of the airport buildings and property in an effort to make them as safe and long-lasting as possible. At the May meeting of the board, they received seven quotes for a terminal building...
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Airport Board Approves Draft of 2011 CIP Submission to INDOT

December 15, 2010
Airport Board Approves Draft of 2011 CIP Submission to INDOT

12/16/10 Tuesday night the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners gave their verbal approval to proceed from the first draft of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for 2011 to the final document.  The CIP outlines cost estimates for preferred projects being considered for a period between 2011 and 2016 and will be submitted to INDOT...
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The Plymouth Optimist Club Hosts Blueberry Pancake Breakfast Sunday, September 5 at the Plymouth Airport

August 30, 2010
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08/30/10 The Optimist Club of Plymouth will host its annual Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, September 5, 2010 from 7:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Plymouth Airport to raise funds for charitable giving in Marshall County.  Advance tickets are $5.00 for adults; $3.00 for children (5 -12 years old); and children under 5...
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