Talk:Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport
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I recently updated the article to reflect that Horizon has (as of April '08) started regular service to Las Vegas. I also fixed some grammar, modified the information about Portland to no longer say it was the most recent addition, and moved some passages around for clarity. 220.127.116.11 (in his first edit) reverted that, because as part of my larger editing, I'd cut a small bit out that said that in January '08, there were to be talks regarding possible future service to North Las Vegas via Vision Air. Note that this was 3 months before Horizon started their Vegas route; I know of no information that says that Vision is still interested now that there's existing service, and I strongly doubt that there's enough business for both (but that's my non-encyclopedic opinion).
I've reverted 18.104.22.168's reversion, and added in some of the North Las Vegas info. I don't think that's it's still a viable prospect, but he seems to consider it important. If anyone has any solid current information one way or another, please add it. Dori (Talk • Contribs) 21:09, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
IN digging for history of an event I found the following " During World War II, Rancho Wikiup serviced the United States army. It was requisitioned by the army to house field artillery units which still used horse-drawn caissons. The 48th Field Artillery was at first what they later called Camp Wikiup. Also, the Army’s 13th Engineers billeted at Camp Wikiup while they constructed the Santa Rosa Air Field.