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More trees to be cut down to aid pilots flying into Saratoga County Airport

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More trees are going to be cut down at the Saratoga County Airport in the town of Milton. The county board’s Buildings and Grounds Committee on Monday approved a $116,000 project to clear seven acres of trees that consultants say are blocking pilots’ view of the airport’s nighttime rotating beacon. The state Department of Transportation will pay $104,400 of the cost, said county Public Works Commissioner Keith Manz. The county will cover the remainder. Manz ...

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