Lee C Fine Airport Proposed Acquisition from MoDNR Division of Parks

Osage Beach, MO –The City of Osage Beach has been working with the Missouri Department of Natural
Resources (MoDNR), Division of Parks to gain ownership of the Lee C Fine Memorial Airport, which has
been operated by the City under a lease agreement since 1999. MoDNR Division of Parks has proposed that
in exchange for the airport transfer, the City assume responsibility for the wastewater infrastructure in Lake of
the Ozarks State Park already connected to the City’s wastewater collection system.

Lee C Fine Memorial Airport AIZ is located in Missouri’s largest State park, the Lake of the Ozarks State
Park, at 1111 Lee C Fine Road, Brumley, Missouri, less than Five miles from the City limits of Osage Beach.
The City of Osage Beach has operated the airport since March 1999, situated on land leased from the
Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Division of State Parks. Open for public use 24 hours a day/7days
a week, Lee C Fine Memorial Airport accommodates a runway of 6,497 feet with pilot-controlled runway
lighting and provides fuel service, hangar access, taxiways, and aircraft parking.

MoDNR Division of State Parks and the City agree that Lee C Fine Airport is important for the continued
growth of our community which serves the Lake of the Ozarks’ corporate, governmental, recreational, and
residential communities. It is the largest of the City’s two airports and is a vital asset to our Lake area’s
economy through job creation, facilitating trade, enabling tourism, and supporting economic development.

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