N.J. airport to be renovated thanks to federal grant

06/13/2013 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted New Jersey's Linden Airport $237,600 in funds to rehabilitate cracks in the runway and perform other preventative maintenance. "Not only is it an improvement in the usability of the runway, it significantly stretches the dollars," said Paul Dudley, the airport’s operations director. "This reduces the need to spend significantly larger sums."

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