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Still no carrier at MC airport

mason-city-airportMASON CITY – The United States of America Department of Transportation Office in Washington, D.C. has issued an order re-soliciting proposals from air carriers interested in providing Essential Air Service (EAS) at Fort Dodge and Mason City.

According to the Mason City Airport, carriers should file their proposals no later than June 2, 2014.

Great Lakes Airlines suspended service from Mason City on January 31st, and officials have sought a carrier ever since. The United States Department of Transportation published on January 31st a Request for Proposals for Airline Service for Mason City. Those proposals were due February 21st, but apparently there were no satisfactory applications submitted.

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I just feel sorry for us that voted to get these horse thief’s out of office.

Why is Pam Osgood still getting paid? It doesn’t make sense to keep her employed full time does it?

@old2fat-Damn good question. Why do we need all of the other staff out there either if there are no planes going out or coming in?

True, but at least we have a brand new 500.000 snow plow in case we do!
And the fire dept has a new 1.000.000 fire truck to fight our new high rise fires!
And our police dept has a new Urban assult vehicle for all our urban unrest!
Do you think goverment waste any mony? Thats 2.000.000 in one month in a dieing Cerro Gordo county.

@Sad-Good points.

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