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Bush Field unveils $22 million terminal plan

...three years after the necessary financial study and design work are completed, officials said. Aviation Board Chairman Ed Skinner said the commission has not yet committed to implement the plan. But he said it needs to be done and now is the time...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/25/met_211864.shtml
Metro | Daniel Field
Skinners growth paralleled newspapers

...includes accountability."He's one of the most supportive executives I ever worked for, but few people ever want to see Ed Skinner mad twice," said Julian Miller, a former Chronicle general manager.Skinner always said he learned from his employees...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/225/2010-08-29/skinners-growth-paralleled-newspaper
225 Section | 225
Why not the '99 plan?

...Commission unexpectedly abandoned it to pursue the impossible "$64 million dream." As former Aviation Commission Chairman Ed Skinner pointed out in a Chronicle guest column several months ago, "The terminal designed in 1999 built on the site of the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/02/16/edi_375904.shtml
Editorials | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field
Board shrinks airport project

...runways or the construction of a new runway. The plan, which was proposed by former Augusta Aviation Commission Chairman Ed Skinner, died when the board split over whether to start the work. Mr. Kraemer also floated the idea of seeking to exempt...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/02/07/met_374909.shtml
Metro
Downtown proposal returns

...properties' assessed values, which would be less costly for owners. "That sounds a little more palatable," said Ed Skinner, representing Morris Communications Co., the largest downtown property owner and the parent company of The Augusta...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/10/08/bus_357203.shtml
Business | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Owners discuss forming district

...authority was too much. "I can't see us putting that kind of money into it - it's not practical for us," said Ed Skinner, representing The Augusta Chronicle, which is owned by Morris Communications Co., a major downtown property owner...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/31/bus_348476.shtml
Business | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Industry left Augusta behind

...over political issues, such as construction of the city's wastewater treatment facility next to the airport. But Ed Skinner, the chairman of the Augusta Aviation Commission from 1995 to 2000, says the board did not sit idly by while other...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/26/met_347673.shtml
Metro | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field
Critics find faults in airport master plan

...construction of a new runway. The cost of the plan, which was proposed by former Augusta Aviation Commission Chairman Ed Skinner, was $25 million. The plan died when the 12-member aviation board split 5-5 over whether to start the work. Board...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/26/met_347719.shtml
Metro | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field
BIDing on the future

...on the corner of Seventh and Broad streets, said he would sign a petition supporting an Augusta BID immediately. But Ed Skinner, representing The Augusta Chronicle, which is owned by Morris Communications Co., a major downtown property owner...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/04/28/bus_340985.shtml
Business | Deke Copenhaver
Mission control at Bush Field

...chairman's position so that a chairman cannot serve more than two consecutive terms. This effectively forces Chairman Ed Skinner, who was chairman for six years, to relinquish his title at the end of the year. Aug. 10, 2000 - The board votes...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/08/19/met_319878.shtml
Metro | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field