Monday, January 30, 2012

Aberdeen To Be Reimbursed For Assessment. Aberdeen Regional Airport (KABR), South Dakota.

The city of Aberdeen has paid just over $160,000 for an environmental assessment of a project at its regional airport, but most of that cost will be reimbursed.

The Aberdeen Regional Airport is planning to remove structures that are in the runway protection zones. As part of the job, one runway will be shortened and another extended.

Other work will include the construction of additional taxiways and the relocation of the airport rescue firefighting road.

Airport manager Mike Wilson says the airport has used $100,000 from its state fuel tax fund to pay the bill.

He says that of the other money, 95 percent will be reimbursed by the federal government and 3 percent by the state.


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