July 16, 2012
The Craig City Council approved a $474,436.50 project last week to upgrade the apron at the Craig-Moffat County Airport. The Federal Aviation Administration is covering 90 percent of the cost. The state is covering 5 percent. Because the airport is owned by the city and Moffat County, elected officials are splitting the remaining 5 percent, $23,722.68.
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The Craig City Council approved a bid last week from Connell Resources, Inc. in Steamboat Springs to conduct apron rehabilitation work at the Craig-Moffat County Airport. The total cost of the project, including engineering already completed by Armstrong Consultants, Inc., is $474,436.50. The bid approved for Connell’s portion of the project is $408,436.50, about $130,000 under budget, Craig City Manager Jim Ferree said. The Federal Aviation Administration is funding 90 percent of the project. The state is funding an additional 5 percent.