Here are some Arkansas Fall color tour suggestions from Arkansas Living Magazine.
Great progress is being made on the building that will house our fire department substation and our Holley Mountain Airpark Community Room! The walls are going up and the final concrete is being poured.
1.3 acres on Citation Dr.
Direct runway access.
Two of our residents, Milt Bland and Ken Blair, replaced the taxiway light bulbs with LED bulbs going from 69 watts to 6.8 watts per bulb. This is saving us about $30.00/month on electric costs as well as giving us a lifetime supply of FAA approved runway lights! We are working on updating our overall lighting to improve the lighting and reliability while reducing costs.
Holley Mountain Airpark now has a “Say Weather” weather advisory system. It is activated by 6 mic clicks on our CTAF 122.7. It gives us the temperature, dew point, density altitude and wind speed as well as gusts and direction. On a final approach just wind can be obtained with 4 clicks. The sensors are located just across the runway from the pond. You can access our information by going to Weather Underground, location is Clinton, AR and then it usually comes up with a downtown system, click change and “KARCLINT11” should appear which is us, and updates about every 10 seconds.
Thanks to the HMA Garden Group volunteers, fall colors arrived early – delivered in an SUV!
Over 30 of the colorful plants found a new home at the entry island/rock…
And the postal center!
Thanks to Ron, Mary, Marty, Beth and David for exercising their Green Thumbs for all to enjoy.
Our own Catherine Hayes Swift (around the airpark we call her “Tina”) has been honored as Person of the Month in the June 2018 issue of 501 LIFE Magazine.
Tina and husband Harvey, a retired navy pilot and retired Southwest Airlines pilot, enjoy time with their horses other toys here at the airpark. Tina serves as Director of the Fairfield Bay Community Education Center and Farfield Bay Historic Preservation Officer. She’s also on the Board of Directors of the Fairfield Bay Community Fund, member of the Arkansas Dressage Society, EAA and Arkansas Archeological Society and Faulkner County Animal Response Team Leader. She holds many higher education degrees including Associate of science in biology degree from Panama Canal College; bachelor of business administration (management information systems), master of science in curriculum and instruction, doctorate of education in higher education administration from Texas A&M University Corpus Christi; master’s diploma in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College in Newport, R.I. Congratulations to Tina Swift, one of many talented people that make Holley Mountain Airpark a special place to live!
501 LIFE is a monthly publication that celebrates the quality of life in central Arkansas’ 501 area code. To view Tina’s article click HERE
Roads were closed on April 16th and 17th to allow Asphalt Pavers Inc. of Conway to resurface several areas of airpark roadway .
Two stretches of pavement had been showing signs of wear and breakdown, especially after the copious amount of rain we experienced in late winter and early spring of this year. Both resurfacing projects picked up where last year’s paving stopped near the bottom of Flag Hill. On Southridge Road the new overlay extends to the beginning of Citation Drive, while on Mustang Drive the fresh pavement reaches to just east of the Harrier Road intersection.
A small portion of Citation Hill was also repaved to repair two areas of damage. This is the only airpark pavement resurfacing project currently planned for 2018.
BEAUTIFUL 3 level home with HANGAR in the upscale, gated AIRPARK community of Holley Mountain!