Commissioners juggling Acres, airport, Extension

By: 
Bob Tomaszewski
Staff Writer

On the second day of the state’s review of the Auglaize Acres — which is part of the process of issuing a license for the facility — the Auglaize County Board of Commissioners are still deciding what to do with the nearby group home and are gathering information on the county’s needs and potential uses for that building.

Meanwhile, County Administrator Erica Preston explained how the Federal Aviation Administration is changing project managers and is still evaluating what percentage of the new airport terminal planned for the Neil Armstrong Airport in New Knoxville is reimbursable.

Right now the county is being reimbursed for the recent drainage utility project at $150,00 per year. Preston said the FAA historically caps its reimbursement at that figure; the drainage project reimbursement is slated for...

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