- 2:00 PM
- 3rd Thursday of each month
- Fayetteville Executive Airport
4500 S School Avenue
Fayetteville, AR 72701
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The Airport Board was created on December 18, 1990, with Resolution 201-90 and revised on February 6, 2001 by Resolution 14-01.
The purpose of this board is to seek both general and technical citizen input and assistance in airport functions, provide and encourage visionary planning and strong leadership for the airport, and assist the City Council in matters pertaining to the operation, improvement, extension, and maintenance of the airport and other related facilities, property, and easements.
Members serve for staggered, five-year terms, ending on December 31st. No member shall be eligible to serve more than two consecutive full terms.
The Board shall be comprised of seven members as follows:
- Mayor, member ex officio
- Two members must hold Federal Aviation Administration pilot or appropriate aeronautical ratings
- Two members with appropriate aeronautical experience or interest
- One member from the Fayetteville business community
- One member from the University of Arkansas
- One member-at-large
Vacancies on the Board are filled by appointment from the governing body of the City. The Airport Board Chair or an appointed representative shall be available to advise in the appointment process.
A weekly meetings list is prepared by the Office of the City Clerk Treasurer which is distributed to the press and posted online.
33.331 - Attendance Requirements
(A) Any citizen volunteer member of any city board, commission or committee who fails to attend at least 70% of all meetings of that committee within a twelve (12) month period of service shall be deemed to have resigned from the board, commission or committee and that person’s position shall be deemed vacant.
(B) Such citizen may petition the City Council for reinstatement by filing a letter with the City Clerk within twenty (20) days after notification that the citizen’s position has been declared vacant and explaining why extenuating circumstances justify reinstating the applicant to his or her former position.
(Ord. No. 5446, 10-4-11)
Michael Zane Chenault
- Vice Chair
- David Hopper
- University of Arkansas Representative