FAIRFIELD, Idaho - Construction of a private airstrip for actor Bruce Willis in Idaho has been suspended due to zoning issues.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports that work on the 8,500-foot-long and 100-foot-wide airstrip was halted after the Camas County Planning and Zoning Administrator found the site is zoned for agricultural use and that the airstrip would have negative impacts on neighbor and wildlife.
Officials say Camas County Planning and Zoning Commission is holding a public hearing on a new draft county zoning ordinance on Oct. 4, at which time they will discuss changing the zoning.
Willis's property manager Mike Grbic had said in September that the actor was building a dirt runway called Soldier Field Airport about 10 miles east of Fairfield.
Grbic declined to comment on the zoning issue.
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