Airport Authority approves $34,000 buyout for dire...
by Tom Spigolon
03:40 PM, Tuesday, January 27
The Paulding County Airport Authority will owe its director more than $34,000 if it fires him without cause, according to an employment contract it approved for him last week. Authority members voted 8-1 for the contract which runs through Dec. 31...

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