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The city of Princeton has chosen the low bid of $433,591.78 from Knife River Corp., Sauk Rapids, to do an airport improvement project. The project is to redo the airport’s apron and diagonal taxiway; fog seal the runway, parallel taxiway and connectors; and repaint the markings on the runway, parallel taxiway and connectors. The engineer’s [...]

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While the Princeton City Council liked some aspects of former mayor Richard Anderson’s proposed route for a road connecting the First Street area with the city’s main industrial park, it has decided it is “not viable.” The “not viable” decision was what City Administrator Mark Karnowski instructed city airport advisory board chair Eugene Stoeckel to [...]

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The question on whether there is a future for a crosswind runway at the Princeton airport is still being blown about in city hall and it seems like it might finally get answered. The most buffeting of this topic was during last Thursday’s monthly city council study session. Crosswind runways are installed at some airports [...]

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