With the City of Tracy being pushed by the Federal Aviation Administraton for a decision on what its intentions are for the Tracy Municipal Airport, the city council last week discussed its hangar options — build four new hangars, or six? Maybe eight?
“We’re on the wire with the FAA to get this established, or there’s a chance we might not get the funding,” said Shane Daniels, the City’s public works director and Airport Board member.
The current hangars are over 70 years old and fall short of satisfying current standards for plane sizes.
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