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The Magic Valley Regional Airport plays a critical role in the local economy through commercial air operations and as a provider of multiple aviation services, including fire-fighting, cargo shipment, corporate travel and agriculture.
The airport, operated by the City of Twin Falls, through a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is conducting a Master Plan Update that will help identify needs and growth potential, which will in-turn position the airport to receive funding for improvements and enhancements.
“Community input about the airport’s strengths and opportunities for growth is critical in helping to ensure proposed changes reflect the needs and interests of those that are intended to benefit,” said Bill Carberry, Airport Manager. “Our team will organize multiple opportunities over the next several months for the public to safely participate in the planning process.”
Throughout the month of December, informational stations will be posted throughout the airport terminal. Members of the public interested in viewing this information are asked to wear masks and maintain six-foot distancing.
Ricondo, J-U-B Engineers and the public involvement division of J-U-B, The Langdon Group (TLG), are managing this process. The public is encouraged to contact Bryant Kuechle with TLG at at 208-739-3048, or email@example.com, for questions, comments and to request future updates. More information is also available by visiting the Magic Valley Regional Airport's Contingency Plan webpage.
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