Majors Field Municipal Airport http://ketr.org en Part of 30-year lease with contractor for Majors Field http://ketr.org/post/part-30-year-lease-contractor-majors-field <p>The Greenville City Council Tuesday agreed to take the first step under a new lease agreement between the city and L-3 Communications Integrated Systems.</p><p>One council member voted against the measure, amid concerns over the potential future cost to the city.</p><p>City Attorney Daniel Ray said the ordinance to establish an alternative construction permitting and inspection fee assessment at Majors Field Municipal Airport was included under the agreement approved by the council in October.</p> Wed, 26 Feb 2014 16:59:13 +0000 Brad Kellar 49956 at http://ketr.org Part of 30-year lease with contractor for Majors Field Council Agrees to Settlement, to Release Documents to L-3 http://ketr.org/post/council-agrees-settlement-release-documents-l-3 <p>GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council has approved a settlement agreement with L-3 Communications as they work to end the lengthy dispute. Wed, 01 Aug 2012 16:12:00 +0000 Brad Kellar 24814 at http://ketr.org Council Agrees to Settlement, to Release Documents to L-3 Army Ranger receives hero’s welcome http://ketr.org/post/army-ranger-receives-hero-s-welcome <p>GREENVILLE -&nbsp;For retired Navy man Bill Weiszberod, the return of another fallen soldier from combat is tough. Having served during World War II, he understands the hardships soldiers undertake and the emotional toll it can have on a family.&nbsp; Mon, 23 Apr 2012 21:57:51 +0000 Scott Harvey 20011 at http://ketr.org Army Ranger receives hero’s welcome Fallen soldier to be returned home next week, motorcade planned http://ketr.org/post/fallen-soldier-be-returned-home-next-week-motorcade-planned <p>GREENVILLE -&nbsp;The body of Wood County soldier&nbsp;Tanner Higgins will return home via a flight into Majors Field Municipal Airport in Greenville Monday. Fri, 20 Apr 2012 12:04:20 +0000 Scott Harvey 19872 at http://ketr.org Fallen soldier to be returned home next week, motorcade planned