Airport Board of Directors – As of January, 2021
The airport board is made of members from the cities of Auburn and Lewiston as well as a member of the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments and the Lewiston-Auburn Economic Growth Council.
Chair, Auburn At Large
Lewiston Finance Director
Lewiston At Large
Lewiston City Councilor
Auburn City Councilor
Business Community Director
Lewiston – Auburn Economic Growth Council
Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments
Purpose of this Board
- Operate and maintain the Auburn-Lewiston Airport. Conduct strategic planning and implement projects and improvements necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure of the airport.
- Provide for continued access by the cities of Auburn and Lewiston, as well as the surrounding communities to the national airspace system.
- Encourage the economic growth of the airport by attracting new businesses to the airport and surrounding airpark(s).
- Develop policies that encourage the economic self-sufficiency of the airport.
- Stimulate aeronautical development and expansion at the airport, as appropriate to users’ needs and the needs of Auburn, Lewiston and the surrounding communities.
- Define and set into motion: policies, projects, and programs that will increase airport viability and result in increased airport and community growth.
- Manage the existing Auburn-Lewiston Airport, and its primary property situated on the Hotel and Lewiston Junction Roads, Auburn, which consist of land, buildings, easements, fixtures, equipment and tools.
- Manage all other property both real and personal, which are part of, or used at the existing airport facility, together with all leases, bank accounts, accounts receivable, and all other intangible property.
Why is a master plan necessary?
An airport master plan is needed for two reasons: First, to establish a logical set of development parameters and timelines that will coincide with the airport’s needs over time. Second, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires an up-to-date plan to remain eligible for federal grant funds. Many capital improvement projects are eligible to receive up to 95% funding from the federal government.