I have a small but quite busy GA (General Aviation) airport I operate out of that gets over 140,000 of operations per year. It's a popular GA destination, has an active school, and the area schools use it as a great short, narrow, practice runway. The AFD (Airport/Facility Directory) entry for the airport lists the runway as having a Tri Color VASI (Visual Approach Slope Indicator) at each end. It doesn't exist. As far as I've gathered it might have existed 20 years ago.
How does an oversight like this exist for such an extended period of time?
Is this something that should be reported?
The instrument approach plate lists the VASI as well, but it's never been NOTAM'd out of service. Does this create a hazard to potential IFR traffic?