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Skip Miller to retire as Louisville Regional Airport Authority Executive Director by March 31, 2018
March 17, 2017: Skip Miller plans to retire as the Executive Director of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) by March 31, 2018, at the latest. The Authority manages the operations for the Louisville International Airport and Bowman Field. The Authority’s Board has approved a contract with Karen Scott, the former Deputy Executive Director for Planning and Development for LRAA, to return in May, 2017, and assume the daily management of LRAA operations while the search for Miller's successor is under way, officials said. The Board, meanwhile, has hired Florida-based ADK Consulting to conduct the national search for a new Executive Director. Miller took over as the Executive Director of the LRAA in September, 2003.
Attribution: Louisville Business First