Priest River Airport Advisory Board

The Priest River Airport Advisory Board was created in 1997 by Resolution 97-38 to assist the Bonner County Commissioners with advice on all matters concerning the Priest River Airport including but not limited to:

  • Maintaining the airport with funds derived from the Priest River Airport
  • Take an active role in the repair and maintenance of the runway and hangar
  • Improve airport security and safety
  • Investigate and report on the current conditions of the runway and the possible need of replacement

Meetings:

Meetings are held quarterly on the Fourth Thursday of the month – 12:00 p.m. Noon at Priest River City Hall
(January, April, July & October)

Membership:

5-Member/3-Year Term                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Term Expires
Vacant Position                                                                   12/5/2019
Randy Blinn                                                                            12/5/2019
Bruce Chassy                                                                         04/30/2018
Vacant – City of Priest River                                        12/5/2019
Todd Sudick                                                                           03/06/2020

Should you have any questions for the Priest River Airport Advisory Board please contact the Commissioners Office at 208-265-1438.

Public Notice:

The Board of County Commissioners is calling for letter of interest from persons interested in serving on the Priest River Airport Advisory Board. Knowledge of airport issues would be beneficial.  Please send a letter of interest to: Bonner County Board of Commissioners, 1500 Highway 2, Ste. 308, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864; email your letter to jessi.webster@bonnercountyid.gov OR jim.kaiser@bonnercountyid.gov fax your letter to 208-265-1460.  Letters should be received no later than Friday, September 15, 2017.

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