>> The FAA guy was pleasant and I treated him the same. After he walked the
>> area and sited their runway approach path he said he didn't have a
>> Later he called and told me that the grass strip which had been used
>> 1936 was unregistered, we had a good laugh over that. It cost the farmers
>> several Kilobucks for a survey and registration!
> Tis good they didn't get registerd until after you put up the towers.
That isnt so. A private grass strip has no FAA protection according to the
guy I was talking to; it would be different if it was open to the public.
They do have to register in order to be on a map with coordinates for a
possible emergency landing.
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