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Last updated on Friday, May 6, 2011
(COLUMBUS, IN) - Columbus city officials hope a site study will expedite plans for a new air traffic control tower at the Columbus Regional Airport.
The city council directed the local aviation board to spend $100,000 dollars to determine the best location for a new tower.
Officials hope the action will encourage the Federal Aviation Administration to out their project towards the top of the list.
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