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Anticipated fuel sales are based on the average number of gallons sold for the past five years. The estimated number of gallons of Jet Fuel decreased and the number of gallons of 100LL increased for FY 25. Wholesale costs for both types of fuel are projected to remain the same, so the resale price will also remain the same. T-Hangar rental fees are increased on a biannual basis and were adjusted based on 5.7% CPI in FY 24. Land rent to the Lion’s Club will remain at $3,600, and land rent to the Golf Couse is budgeted at $2,053. Usage of the concrete crushing operation has been anticipated to decrease $122,000 in FY 25. Revenue from this operation is shown in the Service Charges line item. No grant revenue has been shown in FY 25. For the two prior fiscal years, funding for the runway 14/32 rehabilitation was included at 90% Federal, 5% State and 5% local match. The General Fund subsidy of the Airport increases $23,838, from $19,678 to $43,516. The FY 23 subsidy included $61,455 for operations, and $260,000 for the Town’s local match for Runway 14/32. The FY 24 and FY 25 subsidies are solely for operations.


Three full-time employees are budgeted in this division. A step increase and a 3% COLA effective January 1, 2025 have been included. Two part-time, year-round Office Associates and two seasonal line technicians are employed by this division. Overtime increases $2,000 to match the amount actually spent the past two fiscal years. Benefit costs for health insurance and retirement increase while the allocation for worker’s compensation decreases. No contribution for retiree health has been budgeted in FY 25.


Contracted Services include professional services, building and equipment maintenance, credit card fees and other services. Credit card fees are anticipated to increase $2,000, and $5,000 has been included to cover miscellaneous fees for land acquisition consultation and review. Concrete crushing expense is anticipated to decrease $80,000 in FY 25, and has been funded at $120,000. Building maintenance expenses decrease. Replacement of the second of 3 self priming fuel transfer pumps has been funded at $20,000, an increase of $10,000. Navigational Aid service has been included at $16,000. Mowing of the fields surrounding the airport has been included at a cost of $24,112. Other expenses included in Contracted Services include HVAC maintenance at $10,868, and Airport hangar door preventive maintenance, $6,000. Supplies and Materials decrease $465. Purchases for Resale fuel purchase costs are the primary expense of the Airport fund. Fuel purchases are budgeted at $602,500 for the coming year, a decrease of $15,375, due to a reduction in the estimated number of gallons to be purchased. Energy costs are expected to decrease slightly. Vehicle fuel and vehicle maintenance costs are projected to decrease for this division. Allocations for property and liability insurance, Vehicle lease, radio lease and General Overhead increase. Capital Outlay in FY 23 included Runway 14/32 improvements. An F150 pickup has been included in Vehicle Trust for the Airport.