FAA: Wayne County, Mich., Agency Can Assume Control of 2 Airports

Carvlin, Elizabeth
August 2002
Bond Buyer;8/12/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31447, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Wayne County Airport Authority to manage the Detroit Metro and Willow Run airport in the U.S. Marketing of government securities; Reliance of the FAA on the legal counsel; Application of lawsuit by the Wayne County commissioner.


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