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The Airport Advisory Commission is established by the Albany City Council to advise the City Council concerning efficient management, operation, and development of the Albany Municipal Airport and all of its related operations, facilities, and assets.*

Regular Meetings


Third Thursday of the month at 3:30 p.m.


City Hall
Santiam Room
333 Broadalbin SW
Albany, OR 97321

See the Events & Public Meetings Calendar for exact Meeting dates.


  • Devin Burroughs, Ward III
  • Gar Burroughs, Ward III
  • John Harshberger, Sr., Ward III
  • Heath Kasper, Chair, (Outside City Limits)
  • Richard Kay, Ward I
  • Chuck Kratch, Ward I
  • John Pascone, (Outside City Limits)
Term of office

2 years

City Staff Liaison
Jon Goldman
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Meeting Materials

DateAgendaApproved MinutesAudio
March 15, 2018
(Meeting cancelled)
PDF (125KB)n/an/a 
February 15, 2018 PDF (131KB) Available after meeting 
January 18, 2018 PDF (322KB)  MP3 audio 

*It shall have no independent authority except as may be delegated to it from time to time by ordinances, resolutions, or motions made by the City Council. The Commission shall consider and make recommendations to the City Council on matters concerning operation, enhancement, development, financial stability, and improvement of the airport. This list is not exclusive and shall include periodic review of the performance of fixed base operator(s) and other persons or entities having commercial relationships with the airport. The Commission shall also make recommendations, as appropriate, concerning municipal support services to the airport such as fuel and facilities and shall make recommendations concerning annual City funding for the airport, revenue development, or enhancement. No fewer than four commissioners shall have their principal place of residence within Albany's jurisdictional city limits. By City Council policy, persons who have a significant financial interest in the Commission's airport considerations will not be appointed. (Ord. 5730, 2010; or AMC 2.25).