Cape May County Airport gets FAA grant for upgrades

03/2/2009 | Cape May County (N.J.) Herald

The Cape May County Airport in Erma, N.J., has received a grant of $601,166 from the FAA to help pay for upgrades to the airport's taxiways. The airport's main terminal building has already been renovated by the Delaware River and Bay Authority, and the grant will pay for Phase 3 rehabilitation of taxiways B and D.

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