Kudos to Elaine Weinreb, McKinleyville Press Staff Writer, for more complete coverage of the broader issues of if only...in this week’s issue. Why do we have runway edge lights, runway end identifier lights and taxiway lights, maintained by the County and inspected at least annually by the FAA airport certification safety inspector—always off with less than 24 hour notice. Why do we have navigation aids like the FAA VASI lights set up to go on during the day and off at night for the cross runway.This is Airport in Wonderland, with the Mad Hatters running the show. S, Rick C. Ohman
N.B. The saga continues in the Times-Standard FR/3/5/2010 with a generator failure resulting in an in flight inbound Horizon returning to Redding, CA with another cancellation for it's 6 am departure, all at ACV. Beware the Times Standard, as they had us all thinking it was the airport serviceman on the ground at ACV giving false reports. JH left him to twist in the wind for a year. As to the meeting with JH & TM "was largely a coincidence that the interview took place on March 1, a year to the day" may be no coincidence at all but perfect timing for the statute of limitations.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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