FL Regional Airport gets $1.2 million from Feds

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Michael A. Arcuri (D-Utica) announced today that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded the Finger Lakes Regional Airport in Seneca Falls, NY a total of $1,240,808 for runway rehabilitation.“I am pleased to announce this grant which will enable Finger Lakes Regional to improve the airport’s runway,” said Arcuri, a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee which is responsible for authorizing funds through the FAA. “These funds will help the airport to continue serving as a point of growth and development in the region. I am glad to see federal funds coming back to the area to improve transportation infrastructure.”The FAA awarded the funding for the rehabilitation of Runway 1-19 at the airport. The existing pavement is in poor condition and requires rehabilitation to ensure airport safety.

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