Letters to Congress can boost Pangborn funding chances

April 2008
Wenatchee Business Journal;Apr2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p42
The author reflects on the need of Pangborn Airport in the U.S. for financial assistance for the renovation of its facilities. He revealed that the airport is searching for letters of support to show community support for its terminal upgrades and remodeling, which is required by the changing face of air service in the area. He disclosed that the airport's yearly funding is allocated for security enhancements, which urged airport officials to look for source of funding for its improvement.


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