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The last in a series of meetings, during which Capital Improvement Projects applications were reviewed, was held on Friday night in Council Chambers. The committee appointed to review the applications heard presentations from sponsors on the last six applications.
Applications reviewed on Friday night were as follows:
• Airport fencing — The application states that it is a Phase 2 application to detail and install new fencing, similar to what was used on Diamond Drive along the street edge at the golf course, which is a green, black and brown coated chain link fence. The majority of the fence at the Airport is already chain link except that along the NM502 and Airport Road. The current fence does not meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration. Approximately 6,200 lineal feet of 8-foot tall chain link fencing with three strands of barbed wire on top angling outward from the fence at a 45 degree angle is required to meet FAA requirements. The total cost of the project is estimated to be $306,377.
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