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Albany County Airport Authority
Michael V. Franchini
CDTC Executive Director
Meeting - August 05, 2020
- Visitors' Issues
- Administration - Draft July 1, 2020 minutes
The video of this meeting will be available via YouTube Live on CDTC’s YouTube channel
- Fiscal Constraint Discussion - TIP Summary Table 4
- 2019-24 TIP Proposed Amendments:
- CDTA Safety Plan Presentation & Approval
- Final New Visions 2050 Approval
- Air Quality Conformity
- Status of Solicitations
- Pledge to Ride Campaign Summary
- CDTC Project Delivery Update
- NYSDOT Project Delivery Schedule
- Stauts of Planning Activities
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CDTC Meeting Schedule -- Includes 2023 Meeting Schedule and TIP Amendment Submission Deadlines.
- Past Meeting Materials
- May 03, 2023
- April 05, 2023
- February 02, 2023
- January 04, 2023
- November 02, 2022
- All Archived Meetings
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