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New terminal moves forward
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The Airport Board of Management voted unanimously to move ahead with the projects construction phase, after Airport Engineering Specialist Mike Gabor of the Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics notified them by email early Tuesday, saying they have a total of $1.02 million to work with. (Times file photo)
MONROE - The new Monroe Municipal Airport terminal project got its lift wires Tuesday, July 9. The Airport Board of Management voted unanimously to move ahead with the project's construction phase, after Airport Engineering Specialist Mike Gabor of the Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics notified them by email early Tuesday, saying they have a total of $1.02 million "to work with." The project was caught underfunded, when bids for construction came in $200,000 over the expected cost of $650,000 for the basic terminal plan.