The Tioga Airport Authority has spent the better part of a decade working its way back into the good graces of state and federal agencies after a former board member’s embezzlement triggered intense financial scrutiny. It’s been successful, President Chris Norgaard said last week, in part because the board has placed strict controls on the flow of money to and […]
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