Sheldon City Council to Discuss Drainage Improvement and Airport Bids Wednesday
Date posted - July 31, 2012
The Sheldon City Council meets Wednesday, August 1st with three main items on the agenda. The first will be to consider a resolution approving the Department of Transportation Street Finance Report for fiscal year 2012.The second item will be the consideration of bids for a new PAPI system at the Sheldon Regional Airport. The existing VASI system on the runways have heaved and are no longer level, causing the units to indicate the incorrect glide path. This is a major safety concern for the Airport as aircraft are utilizing the incorrect glide path. In addition the Runway 15 VASI system is on the right side of the runway. The current standard is to have runways with a visual aid approach system on the left side.
The council will also consider bids and award the contract for the Drainage Improvement project. This includes repairs of the North 18th Avenue Waterway and construction of the North 21st Avenue storm water detention and grassed waterway.
The Wednesday meeting will be held at 12:15 in the upper level of the Sheldon Community Services Center.
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