Airport board OKs funds for environmental study
by Tom Spigolon
08:50 PM, Wednesday, August 20
Paulding's airport operating board Wednesday voted to pay almost $300,000 for a second environmental study required before the facility can begin serving as metro Atlanta’s second site for passenger airline flights. Federal funds will cover most o...

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