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SFAA’s Efforts to Seek Bonding in Proposed Federal P3 Pilot Program Delayed until Next Year

Wednesday, April 4, 2018  
SFAA’s Efforts to Seek Bonding in Proposed Federal P3 Pilot Program Delayed until Next Year 

SFAA's efforts to obtain bonding requirements in a proposed general aviation public-private partnership (P3) program to allow small airports—public and private—to improve their facilities will wait until next year. The federal assistance that can be awarded any airport under this legislation is limited to $500,000, and priority will be given to projects that will use best practices in developing or implementing a P3 project or that have an established P3 process. The program currently is in S. 1320 and H.R. 2879, but it will not be considered for inclusion in this year's Federal Aviation Authority reauthorization bill.

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