I read with interest the comments about the city manager.
One subject that has not been mentioned is the need for a taller communication tower by the McCook Public Power District to ensure the utmost safety of their employees as they deal with a minimum voltage several times greater than used by the electric chair in Lincoln.
They need to be in solid contact with all members of the crew.
The waiver to erect a taller tower was blocked by Mr. Bingham over concerns of possibly losing a few (grant) dollars. Compare a few dollars to one worker's life! It was published that the FAA would allow a tower near the edge of the three-mile zone.
This confirms my belief that any pilot that far off the glide scope of the ILS (instrument landing system) has no business flying IFR (instrument flight rules).