Lafayette College, a stone's throw away in College Hill, owns some land in Forks Township, including a spot for a garden and another for athletic fields.
So it makes sense that the college might want to purchase nearby Braden Airpark to expand its facilities.
That's what some Forks Township officials mentioned at a recent meeting when the airpark, one of the properties pondered for sale by the Lehigh Valley Airport Authority, once again became the hot topic.
Forks Township officials are wondering what will become of the airpark if it is sold and is asking the airport authority for input and a discussion.
But Lafayette College officials are mum on their interest over the airpark, according to the Easton Express-Times.
According to a spokesman, the college is "considering all options," the story states.
The airpark is zoned for recreational and educational needs.
The college has its Metzger Field Complex next to the airport where games like field hockey are played.
It is unknown when the LVAA will make a decision on whether to sell any of its properties to pay off a massive debt, but Forks officials believe that decision was coming sooner than first anticipated.