At their meeting Nov. 18, the Chariton City Council approved the resolution for the Airport Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) for fiscal years 2021-2027 for the Chariton Municipal Airport.
The Chariton Municipal Airport has an Airport Capital Improvement Plan that’s submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on a regular basis. The ACIP allows for the City of Chariton to plan for the future of the airport and it also helps the FAA plan on where they will allocate their future funding resources.
Dave Joens of JEO Consulting was present at the meeting to give an overview of the projects that are planned for the airport until 2027.
There are no airport projects planned for the current fiscal year, FY 2019-20. For fiscal year 2021, there are plans to put in a 5,000-gallon Jet-A aviation fueling system with an automated credit card reader. The total estimated cost of this project is $265,000.
There are no projects planned for fiscal year 2022. In fiscal year 2023, there is plans to design and construct a six-unit tee hangar and associated paving including taxi lanes, approaches and subbase. The total estimated cost of this project is $420,000.
There are no projects planned for the airport for the 2024 and 2025 fiscal years. In the 2026 fiscal year, the design portion for the airfield lighting replacement project will be done. In fiscal year 2027, the construction of the airfield lighting replacement project will be done.
The total estimated cost of the design phase of the airfield lighting replacement project is $108,060. The total estimated cost for the construction of the project is $641,940.
Council approves fiscal
year financial report
The council approved the Fiscal Year 2019 financial report for the City of Chariton. Each year by Dec. 1, the ending fiscal year report is due to the State Auditor’s office. The information in the report was complied from the City of Chariton’s auditors from Martens and Company, CPA, LLP.
The council also did their review and approval of the claims. Council member Ruth Smith asked about a $130 cost for a concrete buggy rental from Carroll Construction Supply under general fund expenses. “Is this a piece of equipment?” Smith asked about the concrete buggy.
Read the November 28, 2019 edition of the Chariton Herald-Patriot for the rest of the story.