“It seems to be working fairly well,” Selden said. He said it helps to “get out of the wind, even though the temperatures are cold. It is what we have to give, by not letting them in the building while we clean it.”
The city council transportation committee on Wednesday voted unanimously in favor of sending the proposed airport hours ordinance to the full council for approval.
Selden said he sees the ordinance as a way “to give our police the tools they need to keep our airport safe and clean.”
About the Author
Business reporter Kelly Yamanouchi covers airlines and the airport including Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, one of the world’s largest carriers, and Hartsfield-Jackson, ranked for years as the world’s busiest airport. She has covered airlines for more than 15 years, graduated from Harvard and has a master’s degree from Northwestern.