Havre City-County airport gets grant for design work
Last updated 7/18/2016 at 9:59pm
The Havre City-County Airport will get a $144,900 U.S. Department of Transportation grant to do design work for repairs and improvements to its taxiways, Sen. Steve. Daines announced.
Runway work at the airport was recently completed, said Tony Dolphay, the newly appointed airport manager.
Now the airport board has turned its attention to reconstruction of the taxiways and aprons.
The federal grant will supplement money coming from the state and from the Hill County mill levy approved by voters in 2014, Dolphay said.
State money comes from fees pilots pay.
"We are basically getting...
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