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Frost could affect move to new airport terminal
Construction crews worked Thursday to hang drywall at the new Monroe Municipal Airport terminal, Jan. 30. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - The move into the city's new airport terminal may be as slow as the spring thaw following this year's arctic blasted winter. Indeed, the deep frost may be the main culprit in a smooth transition. Construction of the new $1 million Monroe Municipal Airport terminal has been on schedule, and as late as just last month, airport officials were planning for the move-in, followed by the demotion of the old building, in February.

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