Treharne - Squabble over airport leases
Squabble Over Airport Leases The Joint Kerr County Kerrville Kerrville Airport Board was the center of a squabble last week when the First Texas Flying i Service levied a group o"f com- i plaints against the Kerrville , Flying Service. The Kerrville Flying Service leases part of the airport for $1 a year, provides "the airport manager and maintains facilities facilities at the field. Spencer Treharne and Dan Waters, through their attorney offered the City and Count; $10,000 a year for the lease but but it does not expire until 1990 The Kerrville Flying Service hao sub-leased a small area to First Texas Flying Service, and then have given an eviction notice tc them. The Kerrville Flying Ser vice attorney said the verbal agreement had been broken in " several instances. Tyson Smith and John Duncan are the owners of Kerrville Flying Service. In other action, the Airport Board gave L'es Stolle of Kerr- /ille Avionics a six months operating permit for an engine repair shop. Harry A Turnpaugh, board chairman, suggested that First Texas apply for a lease on another part of the airport for their facilities, as Dugosh Aircraft Aircraft Service has done. Treharne said that he was hand delivering a list of violations violations that the Kerrville Flying Service is alleged to have made on their contract, and said he was reporting these to the F.A.A.