Clean-up is still underway in the wake of the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the Bay Area early Sunday morning, causing at least two hundred injuries, power outages for thousands of customers and damage to many buildings, the Mercury News reports.
In a tweet, officials at the Port of Oakland reported that the South Napa Earthquake (it already has a name), which had its epicenter about 9 miles south of Napa, did no damage to the Oakland International Airport.
But damage was sustained at the Napa County Airport.Read More
NAPA — The long-awaited Napa County Airport upgrade will break ground today with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood and Rep. Mike Thompson, D-Napa, joining county officials and staff at the event.Read More
Monday, September 6, 2004
Napa airport getting facelift and expansion
By JAY GOETTING
The Napa Valley (CA) Register
Some changes are afoot at the Napa County Airport.
A portion of the main terminal building is scheduled for a facelift and expansion, land is being added to the runway area, and the fees collected in the surrounding area may be getting a boost.Read More