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Small Town Airports Receive Grants

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Nine airports in the eastern portion of the state will be receiving grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

The $4 million will be used to make improvements to existing infrastructure, new construction and planning for future development.

The grants are awarded as follows:

· Barnes County Municipal Airport, $233,136, construct a 960 foot taxiway, overlay 9,306 square yards of apron, and rehabilitate 165 feet of existing parallel taxiway

· Cando Municipal Airport, $486,000, construct a 9,500 square foot hangar

· Casselton Robert Miller Regional Airport, $150,000, rehabilitate existing taxiway pavement

· Edgeley Municipal Airport, $36,000, rehabilitate runway, apron pavement, and parallel taxiway

· Harvey Municipal Airport, $45,795, rehabilitate runway, apron pavement, and parallel taxiway

· Hector International Airport, $450,000, update Airport Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan to address future development

· Lisbon Municipal Airport, $409,950, construct a 6,780 square foot hangar

· Rolla Municipal Airport, $1,150,000, overlay 4,300 feet of runway, 7,466 square yards of apron, and 35 feet of taxiway pavement, and construct a new 35 foot taxiway

· Walhalla Municipal Airport, $1,199,789, rehabilitate runway, apron pavement, and parallel taxiway

 

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