|Quoting Stretch (Thread starter):|
|Quoting RwSEA (Reply 5):|
It's not exactly a case of NIMBY's - rather, the inheritants of the land simply wanted to sell. It's a prime piece of real estate ....
|Quoting KELPkid (Reply 4):|
I heard that was the extent of what the owner's kids wanted out of the property, anyways...
|Quoting HPRamper (Reply 3):|
Now, is this only one runway, or the whole field?
|Quoting KELPkid (Reply 6):|
Last I heard, there were still several dilapidated carcasses of GA aircraft on the field (mostly fabric-winged taildraggers). What will become of those?
|Quoting Stretch (Reply 8):|
A friend out there called me and said that they will be destroyed tonight if not moved by 8pm. After 8pm, property becomes the new developers baby.
|Quoting Stretch (Reply 2):|
That'd be the one. Just past 136th and Mill Plain. I don't know if there is the old photos of the field from 1945 or not, but great memories.
|Quoting Scintx (Reply 12):|
There was a small grass airfield not far away. It's off of Mill Plain same street the Library and Post Office are. You have to do a few turns on some residential streets and then this small grass airfield in a neighborhood. I wonder if that is still there?