COLUMBUS, Ind. - The city’s Board of Aviation Commissioners is willing to spend up to $500,000 to buy land near the end of one of its airport runways.
The purchase would help Columbus Municipal Airport keep the 35-acre property clear of development that could potentially interfere with flights, airport director Brian Payne said.
The $500,000 figure for the land is what owner Centra Credit Union representatives believe it’s worth, aviation board president Caleb Tennis said.
Please read Thursday's edition of The Republic for more details.