He wants to know if the museum and land could be transferred from the
"Several months ago, Congresswoman
The city bowed out of the effort, led by
And the trust stopped working on it after the city bowed out, said
Madore discussed the issue with him a few months ago, Horenstein said, but the trust has no plans to go forward with it.
"He called me about that but it's been quite a while now," Horenstein said. "The trust has nothing to do with this."
If the county took it over it could be transferred to management by Clark County Parks, Madore said on his page.
"There is an alternative," Madore continued. "This historic site can potentially be transferred to
"Jaime stands ready to restore the
The site had been set up to run as a collaborative endeavor between the Park Service, the city and the trust through 2025.
That partnership broke down over the past few years mainly because of disputes over events policy.
The trust still controls or owns most of the historic airplanes and exhibits that were used in the museum before the Park Service took over.
Horenstein said he didn't know Madore was going to bring the subject up on Facebook, but that he thinks the politician is just seeing how the idea fares in the community.
"We've moved on," Horenstein said of the trust. "We're not going to get in another effort to do that."
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