Winsted City Council to consider airport fuel system repairs

WINSTED, MN – Winsted City Council, during its Monday, June 16 meeting, will consider removal, testing, and remediation of the underground fuel tank at the Winsted Municipal Airport at a cost not to exceed $21,000. The council will also consider replacement of two waterman valves at a cost not to exceed $17,170 as part of the McLeod Avenue project. The council work session will begin at 5 p.m., and the regular meeting will begin at 6 p.m.

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  1. City Taxpayer says:

    Just wondering-It has been widely published that a lot of airports from the largest to even the smallest received money given to the airline industry as part of one of the covid-19 relief packages. How much did Winsted Airport get out of this and if they did why is it kept such a secret? I would like to hear from the airport commission and/or the Winsted city council on this matter.

  2. Tom says:

    The CARES Act provided $20,000 to the City of Winsted to cover airport operations costs. The City is planning on using the $20,000 to offset the costs of the fueling station replacement project that will still require additional general fund tax dollars due to the $45,000 estimated project costs. These funds and their use are no secret it was publicly discussed at a Council and Airport Commission meeting.