- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 21, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission has a new chairman.

Tom Stephenson of Oklahoma City has been named chairman for the second time for the fiscal year that ends June 30. He previously served as chairman in 2008.

Stephenson, who sports a private pilot’s license, is a former state representative who served as Watonga’s city attorney and Blaine County’s assistant district attorney.

Commissioners have also selected Guymon’s Michael Ray and Ardmore’s Wes Stucky as vice chairman and secretary, respectively. Other members of the Commission include Dave Amis III of Oklahoma City, David Conway of Durant and Joe Harris of Goldsby.

The commission’s mission is to promote aviation, including ensuring that the needs of commerce and communities are met by the state’s 110 publicly owned airports in the Oklahoma Airport System.

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