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Monday, July 22, 2013 8:40 PM

Aircraft, Ottawans flock to fly-in

By CLINTON DICK, Herald Staff Writer

Jack Miller, Ottawa Municipal Airport advisory board chairman, directs a pilot to his parking spot Saturday morning during the first ever fly-in at the Ottawa Municipal Airport 2178 Montana Road. The original idea for the event came to Miller when he first joined the board. He sent out invites to specific airports in the area, as well as posted information about the fly-in to the AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association) website. Twenty-one aircraft were on display at the fly-in, including several from Ottawa, Gardner and other surrounding communities. (Photo by Clinton Dick/The Ottawa Herald)

The future is looking up at Ottawa Municipal Airport, Jack Miller said.

And the chairman of the airport’s advisory board said he and other leaders have big plans for its growth.

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