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* After reviewing the public open house information, how would you rate your understanding of the material?

  Do Not Understand Mid-Level Understanding I Understand Everything
History of the Airport - purchased in the 1970’s and measured growth over the years.
The zoning on the airport that allows for development consistent with the Airport’s uses and those immediately adjacent to the airport.
The FAA required protection areas that are meant to protect both those in the air or on the ground.
The number of annual aircraft landings and takeoffs at the Airport.
The economic benefit to the City by attracting additional tenants that can utilize the airport’s existing infrastructure.
The Airport’s goals and how their needs are driven by the number of takeoffs, landings, and aircraft based at the Airport.
The benefits of the Airport’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats exercise in understanding what may be available to the Airport and what may threaten those opportunities.
The Airport’s position on noise and their inability to restrict users of the Airport.
The FAA’s role in creating flight procedures.
The 90% FAA and MODOT grants to fund the Master Plan and Business Plan Updates.
The Master Plan and Business Plan Updates in providing a guiding document for the Airport and City for the next 20 years.