CLINTONVILLE -- The Common Council approved a policy Tuesday allowing for controlled shotgun hunting on the airport.
"It will be a very limited and tightly controlled basis with the permits going to the adjacent land owners and people working at the airport," airport manager Fran West said.
Last month, the council directed West to come up with a policy for hunters harvesting wildlife on the airport.
"The key issue here is safety," said West. "We have had two warnings and fortunately no fatalities."