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Airport officials plan for future

October 3, 2013

Sean Stroh

The authority charged with overseeing operations at the Neil Armstrong Airport is reviewing plans for capital improvements to be made in the future.

Airport Manager Sean Stroh said the Neil Armstrong Airport Authority Board is reviewing its capital improvement plan, which addresses long range goals, due by Dec. 15 to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as well as a program application, to cover anticipated projects for 2014, which is due Dec. 1 to the FAA.

“I don’t foresee any major changes, but as plans become more defined money figures should be reduced,” Stroh said of the airport’s plans for a new terminal building slated for construction in 2015. “We estimated high so as the real plans come out, revised numbers should go down to what we will see when we go out to bid.” 

For more on plans on the Neil Armstrong Airport, pick up a copy of Thursday's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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