WARSAW — Members of the Warsaw Board of Aviation Commissioners for the Warsaw Municipal Airport met on Tuesday, June 14, and discussed the budget and fuel purchases, as well as other small issues of the month.
According to Nick King, the airport manager of Warsaw Municipal Airport, the budget for the past month has been very stable. “It was a pretty standard month, nothing too out of the ordinary,” King said at the meeting.
He also commented on fuel purchases in the airport, which have been growing past few months due to the competitiveness of the airport’s fuel prices. “It’s [fuel purchases] stayed very stable the past month … We’ll probably see it increase as the busy season starts,” King continued.
Ken Ross, an engineer from NGC Aviation Consultants, requested that the payment that was intended for the legal fees and labor for the land acquisition be split, so that labor fees, legals fees and closings costs can be paid even while work continues on the administrative settlement. The request was approved, and the singular pay request was broken into three separate requests.
- The Warsaw Municipal Airport received two bids on a 2017 Ford F350 XLT. One for $35,484 and the second for $32,911.80. Any decision on the bids was tabled in order to clarify some minor notes made concerning one of the bids.
- The Warsaw Municipal Airport has hired a summer intern from Warsaw Community High School.
The next meeting of the commission will be at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 12.