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Richmor hangar project flying along

Structure called nice asset for company and county

James Valachovic, Richmor Aviation CFO, talks during a "Steel Going Up" ceremony while construction crews from Plank Construction LLC, work on the superstructure of the new $1.2 million hanger being built at Richmor Aviation in Glenville. In background is Glenville Supervisor Chris Koetzle, Richmor Aviation Founder and President, Mahlon Richards, and Sen. Hugh Farley.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
James Valachovic, Richmor Aviation CFO, talks during a "Steel Going Up" ceremony while construction crews from Plank Construction LLC, work on the superstructure of the new $1.2 million hanger being built at Richmor Aviation in Glenville. In background is Glenville Supervisor Chris Koetzle, Richmor Aviation Founder and President, Mahlon Richards, and Sen. Hugh Farley.
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If you build a hangar, the airplanes will come. That’s been the experience of Mahlon Richards, founder and president of Richmor Aviation, whose company will nearly double its hangar space for business aircraft at the Schenectady County Airport with a new 20,000-square-foot hangar. Work on the $1.2 million building started six weeks ago. “It seems like every time we build a hangar, even though we don’t have customers waiting for the hangar, when we build ...


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