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 . . .