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IAA District 1 - Director Don McIntosh 208-946-8490 firstname.lastname@example.org. Tie downs, campground, potable water during summer months. No winter maintenance. Snowmobile activity in winter. Uneven and can be soft in the spring.
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Observation Date: June 03, 2018
Airstrip has 1700ft useable length of 2200ft reported. Northern end of airstrip has 500ft soggy. Safer to land on Rwy 19 to ensure you fly over soggy area first before touching down on dry ground. Remaining airstrip in good condition.
Observation Date: June 19, 2018
Firm, no soft spots. North end of runway firm and usable. North end swamp is starting to dry out. Beware of Ground squirrel mounds. Nose draggers should be aggressively aware of avoiding mounds and chuck holes. Needs to be mowed for the small tire folks.
Observation Date: August 23, 2018
Smooth, Dry some squirrel holes.
Airstrip Classification: COMMUNITY
Airstrips may have additional navigational aids and radio service and other services associated with proximity to communities or other attractions. Typically located near a community with access to full-service roads and close to some development.
Maintenance: Clear vegetation, remove obstacles, blade, mow, treat, fertilize, water, treat invasive and noxious weed, and make spot treatments to maintain an improved airstrip surface.
Magee Info Last Updated: November 5, 2018
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