published Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

New Cleveland airport getting $139,500 grant for terminal security

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    Conceptual digital image by Rardin & Carroll Architects of the terminal being built at the new airport in Cleveland, Tenn.
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NASHVILLE — Cleveland’s new regional airport has been awarded a $139,500 grant by the state Transportation Department’s Aeronautics Division, the department announced today.

The money, coupled with $15,500 in local funds, will go toward installation of security for the terminal area.

In a news release, Transportation Department officials said federal and state aeronautics grants totaling $8.7 million were approved for nine airports across the state.

The Cleveland Regional Jetport is scheduled to replace the 60-year-old Hardwick Field late in the year.

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