Airport to build new offices
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS — The Keystone Airpark will have new offices some time in 2017.
Bill Prang, the airport’s engineer, said during the January meeting of the airpark’s board of directors that the new building will be west of the current structure and has a budget of $900,000.
He added that design for the fixed base operations building should begin in February and that the structure could be complete in the spring of 2017.
The airport’s current offices will likely be leased out to tenants after the facility completes a new fixed base operations building next year.