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Last week, the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission approved a $500,000 grant for the city of Grove to build a new terminal building at its municipal airport. The total cost is expected to be around $1 million total, with the city of Grove providing a 50% match on the grant money.

“General aviation airports are very important economic engines for communities across our state,” said Victor Bird (Oklahoma). “They provide businesses who own aircraft the ability to reach markets across our state and nation, or those markets unreachable by traditional methods.” Vic said those same businesses, not so coincidentally, also create much-needed jobs.


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