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What is next for Briscoe Field?

While officials have put an end to talks of commercializing the Gwinnett County Airport, they are evaluating suggestions to improving Briscoe Field as a general aviation destination.

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Airport committee's recommendation: No commercial flights out of Gwinnett

Citizens review group votes against commercial flights at Lawrenceville's Briscoe Field.

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Hill: Don't privatize or schedule flights at Briscoe Field

Former Gwinnett Commission Chairman Wayne Hill voted against commercial flights at the local airport 15 years ago, and he would vote no again, if he were still in office.

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Commissioners to reopen Briscoe Field privatization process

County officials to begin airport privatization process anew.

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BOC will tackle privatization separately from commercialization at Briscoe

Commissioners hear from consultants on airport issue.

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Report: County needs clear goal for Briscoe Field

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Before moving ahead in the process to consider privatizing Gwinnett's airport, county leaders need to establish a clear goal for Briscoe Field, consultants said in a draft report.

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Group sees promise in commercial flights at airport

LAWRENCEVILLE -- A state policy institute sees merit in the controversial proposal to allow commercial flights at the Gwinnett County Airport.

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Airport vote on agenda

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Leaders are poised to decide whether Gwinnett's Briscoe Field could be opened for commercial flights, although a vote scheduled for Tuesday is expected to be delayed.

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Official downplays impact of airport privatization

LAWRENCEVILLE -- The privatization of Briscoe Field would have little impact on the airport's current general aviation operations, a managing director of Propeller Investments told the local Experimental Aircraft Association chapter Friday night.

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