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** PUBLIC NOTICE FOR PILOTS **

The Federal Aviation Administration is conducting an aeronautical study concerning the following:

Structure: Grain Bin/Silo 3700 Grain Bin

Location: Sidney, OH

Latitude: 40-14-47.97N NAD 83

Longitude: 84-09-29.03W

Heights: 1034 feet site elevation (SE)

150 feet above ground level (AGL)

1184 feet above mean sea level (AMSL)


The structure above exceeds obstruction standards. To determine its effect upon the safe and efficient use of navigable airspace by aircraft and on the operation of air navigation facilities, the FAA is conducting an aeronautical study under the provisions of 49 U.S.C., Section 44718 and, if applicable, Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 77.



In the study, consideration will be given to all facts relevant to the effect of the structure on existing and planned airspace use, air navigation facilities, airports, aircraft operations, procedures and minimum flight altitudes, and the air traffic control system.


Interested persons are invited to participate in the aeronautical study by submitting comments to the above FAA address or through the electronic notification system. To be eligible for consideration, comments must be relevant to the effect the structure would have on aviation, must provide sufficient detail to permit a clear understanding, must contain the aeronautical study number printed in the upper right hand corner of this notice,

and must be received on or before 02/11/2023.


This notice may be reproduced and circulated by any interested person. Airport managers are encouraged to post this notice. If we can be of further assistance, please contact our office at (817) 222-5933, or andrew.hollie@faa.gov. On any future correspondence concerning this matter, please refer to Aeronautical Study Number 2022-

AGL-18096-OE.



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