WARSAW — Changes are underway with three hangars at the Warsaw Board of Aviation meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Two hangars are being sold while a third one owned by the airport is being improved.
The changes include:
- Hangar 18H is owned by the airport and used by the Av8r Flying Club, which is seeking to make about $6,000 in improvements to the building. In exchange, the airport plans to rework its lease to help offset the cost of improvements. Planned improvements include concrete floors, storage space and new lighting. Exact terms of the new lease have not been determined yet.
- Hangar 6I is being sold by Red Knouff to Mark Fox for $9,000. The aviation board approved the sale.
- Another hangar, known a Hangar No. 2, is being transferred from one family member to another. Brian Hoover is assuming the building from his father, Alan Hoover. Airport manager Nick King said Brian Hoover is planning to make several improvements. The existing lease expires in 2023 and officials agreed it would be easier to let the lease continue.
The next board meeting is Nov. 12 in the council chambers at City Hall.