- Associated Press - Friday, January 20, 2017

CLEVELAND (AP) - The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing a complaint from a Cleveland airport employee that raises concerns about problems with the facility’s snow removal operations.

The complaint filed this week on behalf of an employee at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport alleges that multiple violations occurred during a snowstorm on Dec. 30.

The complaint includes a Jan. 4 email from Airport Field Maintenance Manager Robert Henderson in which he asked crew members for input in solving several problems that arose during the storm.

Among those problems were that radios were on the wrong channel, not working or missing altogether and that the airport had to temporarily close due to poor runway conditions.

City and airport officials tell Cleveland.com the FAA assured them there is no open investigation involving the new complaint.

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