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From Mike Foote:
I spotted a 300+Lb black bear crossing Holley Mountain Rd this morning about 300 yds south of the Hilyer’s headed east. Might notify the residents to mind their trash and pets for a few days.
Many, many thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor for our new entryway rock, proudly on display to the passersby on Holley Mountain Road.
The rock was purchased at Stevens Stone Supply on Highway 65 North and crafted by Amy Ragland of “Ragland Custom Hand Engraved Stone”.
The slab was set in place at the airpark entrance by a horde of eager airpark volunteers on Saturday, March 4th. The HMA Landscaping Crew has added a solar-powered night light and is planning to install a planting bed in the near future to further accentuate the slab.
Runway 05/23 has never looked better!
Crews from Asphalt Pavers Inc. of Conway delivered 3,200 tons of asphalt in 160 dump truck loads. They installed 9,500 linear feet of 12” wide bituminous crack sealing tape over the existing cracks before laying 270,000 square feet of pavement.
After the 2-inch asphalt resurfacing, 200 gallons of paint were applied to bring the runway to life. More good news – the final bill was actually a few dollars under the estimate! Thanks to Mike Foote (lot 10/11) for coordinating the massive undertaking, along with Harold Sindt (lot 40), Milton Bland (lot 87), and all the volunteers who helped in the project.
EAA members did their best, but Mother Nature had other plans for the annual Clinton Airport Fly In/Open House. .
Fog followed by low ceilings limited the ‘fly in’ portion of the show, but folks still enjoyed the ‘open house’.
Dawson Aircraft emptied their hangars and Dr. Don Warren’s King Air, based at KCCA, added to the static display to make it look like we had a fly in.
Once the clouds did finally part, onlookers enjoyed a pumpkin bombing demonstration.
For those times when low clouds prevent landings at 2A2 a new alternative is now available to instrument rated pilots – Clinton Muni RNAV (GPS) RWY 31
The new approach went ‘live’ in July and, with an MDA of 1460 feet, could provide an option to Little Rock/N Little Rock for times when finding our home runway isn’t possible. This link will take you to a larger, easier to read version of the approach plate.
Millsap Tree Service of Clinton was contracted this winter to fell eleven trees near the main entrance. Some trees were leaning over the roadway while others were encroaching into the approach path of runway 05. Several other trees creeping into the runway 23 approach path were also cut.