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... The arms for the County of Västra Götaland was granted in 1999 when the county was formed ... When the arms is shown with a royal crown it represents the County Administrative Board, which is the regional presence of (royal) government authority ...
... The primary airport in the county is the Taylor County Airport ... There are six other private landing strips in the county ... three miles southeast of the City of Medford in T.30N-R.2E Section 7, the Taylor County Airport is the only public airport in the county ...
... Västra Götaland Regional Council or Västra Götalandsregionen is an evolved County Council that for a trial period has assumed certain tasks from the County Administrative Board ... trial councils are applied for Skåne County and Gotland County ...
37.35833°N 85.30944°W / 37.35833 -85.30944 Taylor County Airport IATA none – ICAO KAAS – FAA LID AAS Summary Airport type Public Owner Taylor County Airport Board Location ... airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Taylor County Airport is assigned AAS by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA (which assigned AAS to Apalapsili, Indonesia) ...
... Västra Götaland County (Swedish Västra Götalands län) is a county or län on the western coast of Sweden ... The county is the second largest (in terms of population) of Sweden's counties and it is subdivided into 49 municipalities (kommuner) ... governmental seat of Västra Götaland County is Gothenburg ...
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