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  • "Combined with the extra four directors, the net effect would be to transfer absolute control of the airports to Richmond," Mr. Snelling said. "We have great concerns since the airports themselves are federally owned and regional assets that serve passengers from throughout the metropolitan area."

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  • About 45 minutes after the Capitol Hill event, Charles Snelling, chairman of the embattled Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, urged the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments board to oppose legislation that would add directors to the airports authority board and give Virginia a majority of seats.

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