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C H A P TE R 2 I S SUE PA P E R S GE N E R A L 1. The Roles of Airport Policy Maker and Airport Manager 2. Principles of Governance 3. Partners and Relationships 4. Your Airport in Context 5. Understanding and Conveying the Value of Your Airport 6. A Pilot's Perspective of the Airport T he A i rp o rt 7. Basic Elements of Your Airport 8. Your Airport in Action 9. What It Takes to Operate Your Airport 10. Planning and Developing Your Airport 11. Protecting and Preserving the Airport and Its Environs 12. National Issues with Local Significance $ FINANCIAL 13. Sources and Uses of Operating Funds 14. Funding Capital Improvements 15. Your Airport as a Business 16. Purchasing Goods and Services for Your Airport 17. Use of Airport Revenue R ules 18. What's Expected of Airport Tenants and Users 19. Complying with Federal Grant Assurances 20. Alternate Uses and Restrictions of Your Airport 3