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Municipal Airport Authority and The City of Fargo sign new Memorandum of Understanding

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FARGO, N.D. (January 2, 2022)– Hector International Airport Municipal Airport Authority (MAA) and The City of Fargo will sign a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on January 3, 2022. The decision by the MAA and The City to approve the new MOU brings about a resolution of formal negotiations that began over two years ago.

The signing will take place at 1 p.m. within the Fargo Commission Chambers: 225 4th St N, Fargo, ND 58102. It will be broadcast and livestreamed across The City of Fargo’s channels, TVFargo.com and its multimedia platforms. The media is welcome to attend. Interviews with Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney from The City of Fargo and Municipal Airport Authority Board Chair, Erik Lind will be available.

For more information, go to FargoAirport.com

About Hector International Airport – Hector International Airport, located in northwest Fargo in Cass County, North Dakota, is served by Delta, United Express, Frontier, American Eagle and Allegiant with non-stop services to Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Nashville, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix-Mesa, and Tampa/St. Petersburg. With competitive fares, affordable parking, convenient passenger drop-off and pickup, and easy access to baggage, the airport serves as a one-stop connection to the world for both business and leisure travelers alike. *seasonal service

About The City of Fargo – From its humble roots as a railroad town, Fargo has grown into a thriving and diversified metro through steady and sustained growth over the past 150 years. The City of Fargo is the largest provider of municipal services in North Dakota and Team Fargo is dedicated to providing street level excellence, thinking forward and fostering relationships to ensure Fargo remains the Upper Midwest’s shining star. At The City of Fargo, We Work For You.

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