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Airport director resigns

Spokane International Airport Director Neal Sealock has submitted his resignation, effective July 21.

Sealock, who became director in December 2005 after 31 years in the U.S. Army, said he wants to spend more time with his family, and pursue a doctorate.

Dave Brukardt, head of the airport board of director's personnel Committee, noted the improvements made while Sealock was in charge, including remodeling of the concessions area and main runway extension.

Brukardt said the board would begin the search for a replacement at its July 21 meeting.

Bert Caldwell
Bert Caldwell oversees production of the opinion pages, including writing editorials, and editing and selecting letters, columns and cartoons.