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Bud Breault
Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts

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State-Approved Environmental Report
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New 2014 ECO Impact Study
Statewide Executive Summary



Will Succeed Retiring Frank Sanchez

HYANNIS – A state aviation official and private pilot will become the new assistant airport manager at Barnstable Municipal Airport January 26. Katie Servis of Lakeville will succeed Frank Sanchez who will retire in February after 20 years with the airport.

                Servis’s selection was ratified unanimously by the Airport Commission at its Tuesday, January 20th meeting. Airport Manager Roland “Bud” Breault announced the appointment following what he called an extensive search and interview process. “Servis is experienced and very well-qualified for the position,” he said. “She comes highly recommended by officials at the Massachusetts Aeronautics Division.”

                Servis has been employed by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for the past six years, most recently as a planner and environmental analyst. Her responsibilities include managing and reviewing airport environmental projects for 36 public-use airports in the Commonwealth, along with liaison work with other state and federal agencies.

                “I am thrilled to take this next step in my career with Barnstable Airport,” Servis said. “Cape Cod is served by an exciting mix of new airport infrastructure, expanding air services and a strong coalition of business and community support.”

                She is a 1991 graduate of Bridgewater State University’s aviation management program. While in school, she earned her private pilot’s license and joined the Rhode Island Air National Guard as an air traffic surveillance operator.

                Servis lives in Lakeville with Scot Servis, her husband of 20 years. In off hours, she participates in equestrian competitions with her Friesian mare, “Fury.”




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Barnstable Municipal Airport
Owned and Operated by:
Town of Barnstable

Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts