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Community to be included in Nampa Airport Master Plan discussions

The existing plan for Nampa's airport was first developed in 2010, citing rapid growth in the area and continued development had increased aviation traffic enough to warrant a new plan. (Adam Eschbach/Idaho Press)

The City of Nampa plans to hold a public meeting on January 17 at the Warhawk Air Museum, to discuss the progress being made on the Nampa Airport Master Plan.

According to the city's release, the meeting will focus on recent findings about existing conditions and future needs at the airport.

“Our team has completed a detailed review of what types of aircraft use the airport, the status of the current facility, and what needs we anticipate in the future. These findings will be instrumental in developing long-range plans for the airport,” said Nampa Airport Director Monte Hasl. “We are asking the community to review our work and give feedback.”

The existing plan for Nampa's airport was first developed in 2010, citing rapid growth in the area and continued development had increased aviation traffic enough to warrant a new plan.

This will be only one of a series of meetings to be held throughout 2019.

"Feedback from the community and airport users is critical for providing a high level of aviation service and supporting economic development in the community," said Hasl. “We encourage any interested community members to stop by and give input.”

The release stated that possible improvements to the plan will be taken based on public input, safety, efficiency, cost, convenience, and other factors.

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