Uintah County and Vernal City have begun work on the Vernal Regional Airport Master Plan and the first of five public meetings is approaching. The meeting announcement explains that an Airport Master Plan is a comprehensive study to determine development plans to meet future and unmet aviation demand in the short-, medium-, and long-term. “Each plan presents a strategy for the development of the airport by providing a framework to cost-effectively satisfy aviation demand while considering the potential environmental and socioeconomic impacts,” shares the announcement. The first public meeting is scheduled for
July 8th at 6:00 pm
in the Vernal City Hall Community Room. This first meeting will introduce the start of the Master Plan project. Future meetings will cover the following topics: Inventory and Forecast, Facility Requirements and Development Alternatives, Presentation of the Draft Master Plan Report and Airport Layout, and Presentation of the Final Master Plan Report and Airport Layout.
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