Dayton Airport to get $6.1M security upgrade

11/20/2009 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

City commissioners in Dayton, Ohio, have approved a $6.1 million bid to update security at Dayton International Airport. The new system, including surveillance cameras and electronic access controls, should be installed by late 2010. The bulk of the funds, about $4.8 million, will come from an FAA grant.

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