Prairie dog problem could cause Colorado airport to lose grants

04/10/2009 | Longmont Times-Call (Colo.), The

Complaints from pilots about a prairie dog problem at the Vance Brand Municipal Airport in Longmont, Colo., could cause the airport to lose its state grant money. Longmont could receive as much as $250,000 a year in airport grants, but an official said he would recommend no money for Longmont until the city can more successfully keep prairie dogs out of the safety area near runways.

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