FAA Looking At Vt. Airport Billing

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(Host) The Federal Aviation Administration says it has started an inquiry into billing requests made to Burlington International Airport by the cities of Burlington and South Burlington.

The Burlington Free Press reports the Airport Commission and airport managers have objected to a bill for $205,000 from South Burlington for "fees for services" covering two years. South Burlington officials have said the fees are for police, fire and disposal of de-icing chemicals.

FAA spokesman Jim Peters said conversations with airport officials have covered the billing and Burlington’s Department of Public Works charges for managing the airport’s parking garage.

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