FAA approves water tank
by The Cadiz Record
May 07, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Barkley Lake Water District overcame one obstacle to the construction of a new elevated water tank on Pete Light Hill with approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for the tower near the Lake Barkley Airport.

District Superintendent Terry Goins said that the district still faces review by the Kentucky Airport Zoning Board with a hearing tomorrow in Frankfort.

“It’s been insinuated by Mr. John Houlihan, the chairman of that board, that they typically follow suit with the FAA,” said Goins. “He wasn’t at liberty to say that they would recommend a permit, but they usually do. It meant a lot to me that he would personally recommend a permit.”

Goins added that the district might face special conditions for the tower such as additional lighting or signs for aviation safety. He said that the district would comply with all requirements.

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