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Feds sending $10.7M to Nebraska for airport projects

Feds sending $10.7M to Nebraska for airport projects

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – The U.S. Department of Transportation says it’s awarding $10.7 million in airport safety and infrastructure grants to 18 airports in Nebraska. The grants include $750,000 so Blair Municipal Airport can pay for parking lot improvements and build an access road.

The department is sending Lincoln Airport $360,000 to buy snow removal equipment and $450,000 to update the airport master plan.

Hartington Municipal Airport is getting $549,000 for runway rehabilitation, and Hebron Municipal Airport will receive $315,000 to fund the sealing of apron pavement surface and joints, plus the sealing of taxiway pavement.

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