During last Thursday’s regular monthly meeting, Boscobel’s Airport Commission members and other city officials met on the site of the general aviation terminal building under construction to review progress and to select finishing materials.
In June, GW Granger Construction of Richland Center broke ground on the construction of the new, $675,000 terminal building. Funding for the project is 90 percent federal, 5 percent state and 5 percent local.
The footings have been poured, the framing has been completed, and sheathing is in place on the 1,894 square-foot building. When finished, it will include a training room, pilot’s lounge, vending/kitchenette area, restrooms, utility room, lobby space, and vestibules...
For the complete story, please see the July 21, 2016 issue of the Boscobel Dial.