The FAA’s Runway Safety Action Team (RSAT) is a multi-disciplinary group that is charged with identifying means of improving safety at airports. The RSAT prepared a Runway Safety Action Plan that indicates that the co-located approach ends of Runways 14 and 19 could lead to pilot confusion. This issue remains an ongoing, potential risk identified at the Airport. The RSAT recommends that the Airport eliminate the existing condition of the co-located approach ends of Runway 14 and Runway 19 by de-coupling the two runways. Extension of the two runways was intended to address this issue. The Runway Safety Action Plan also included recommendations for modifying taxiways, airfield signage, and pavement marking. The proposed project includes means of implementing or addressing all of the items in the Runway Safety Action Plan.