The FAA told owner Scott Farrar late last year that a new policy needed to be written -- and that meant nearly a year into dealing with the FAA, Farrar was faced with beginning a new approval process that could take between 18 months and three years.

Frustrated and forced to cut back his work force from 19 employees to seven, Farrar sought help breaking through the FAA bureaucracy from Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and took his story of an economic development dream-turned-nightmare to The Dispatch.

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