Spaceport Indiana, a company that promotes science, technology, engineering and math teaching and data gathering for near-space activities, plans to leave its location at Columbus Municipal Airport.
The Columbus Board of Aviation Commissioners voted Tuesday to evict Spaceport Indiana from its airport location over concerns about its insurance, use of the property and lease payments.
Brian Payne, the airport director, said the main issue was a lack of insurance documentation for the company.
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