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FAA restores funding for airport towers

Moore will not seek local funds

May 11, 2013

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Federal Aviation Administration Friday announced funding will be provided through September for the 149 air traffic control towers scheduled to close in June....

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RealityInTheMOV

May-14-13 9:44 AM

This is sad. I can drive to Charleston or even Columbus for a flight, and still not pay as much as a flight from here. Until the prices are competitive, they will always struggle.

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Phoenix

May-12-13 3:14 PM

Oh good! Now there will be a controller for the 2 or 3 flights going out of Wood Co. per day.

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RANDOM21

May-11-13 9:36 AM

The next thing you know there will be tours at the White House and hopefully a "No Peddlers" sign posted at the gate. People that only want to see "our" house are turned away, while those with big bags of money are shown entrance right away to "His" house.

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jbennett

May-11-13 8:57 AM

It's all up to congress to work for the people, or continue to play their political games. I think the leaders of the House and Senate will continue to play games. We need to vote all of these leaders out of office and make a statement that we only want workers, not players.

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