Creswell Hobby Field seeks loan to sustain airport operations

At this month's April work session, City Finance Director Jim Piper spoke to the Creswell City Council, requesting that an interfund loan be made for $52,800 to construct or purchase a hangar for Creswell Hobby Field Airport. This loan could help generate more revenue, Piper said, stating that operating income for the Creswell Airport is currently not yielding a positive result.
”The current hangar rentals, land leases and maintenance fees are not sufficient,” Piper said. ”Any attempt to raise revenues are considered by 30-year agreements. Fuel sales . . .

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