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Potomac Highlands Airport Authority welcomes new members "Your board member should have never been an employee. That was a conflict of interest from the beginning," said Ridder."I think that would have probably streamlined this whole process the last two years," said Brodie.Member Carlos Santiago said that Robert's Rules or Order a handbook that describes how a small organization should handle its procedures should have been followed during the special meeting in removing a board member."For those people who were here nike email the last meeting,I think it's something that no one should go through again," said Santiago.Ramon will review the language in the bylaws and make any necessary changes.Ridder, Matthew Diaz, director of economic development for AlleganyCounty, and Stu Czapski, executive director of the Allegany CountyChamber of Commerce, all agreed to meet and discuss the economic direction of the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport.Ridder said that the airport has a master plan that includes a runway expansion project.The project, which is slated for completion in 2017, is being completed because of safety reasons and to meet Federal Aviation Administration regulations.The FAA is funding most of the $59 million runway project.The project had been delayed because of FAA funding issues, according to Ridder."That funding was restored last spring," said Ridder. "How long it's going to continue at the current level is debatable."Airport Manager Ryan Shaffer indicated he has never seen the master plan."I can't imagine how you can go forward nike roshe women with that project without having the original," nike r&d spending said Ridder.Brodie said that a rewrite of the master plan needs to be done.Czapski and Ridder stressed the importance of the runway project."We don't want to lose this runway project," said Czapski. "We need to fight tooth and nail for that.""Once that project is completed you are not going to have any problem getting tenants to this airport," said Ridder.Diaz said that he is looking forward to working with Ridder."I think it's an opportunity for hopefully a new day," said Diaz. "That we can forge this bistate partnership as it's set up to be."