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Airport plans taking flight
Times photo: Tere Dunlap Jim Bartha, a materials handler for Precision Drive and Control Inc., Monroe, unloads 600 feet of PVC pipe Wednesday near the parking lot at the Monroe Municipal Airport. The pipe will be used when the Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) is relocated to higher ground closer to the terminal this year. The parking lot is being extended as part of a $675,000 pavement renovation project.
MONROE - Monroe Municipal Airport is growing, thanks in part to the addition of new hangars, one already up and three more to come, possibly this fall.With growth comes state and federal money.