The Florida Department of Transportation has decided that the George T. Lewis Airport runway should be done in concrete rather than asphalt and will pony up the $300,000 cost difference.
Levy County Coordinator Fred Moody told the county commission on Tuesday that the DOT will spend over $751,000 on repaving the runway. The county, which owns the airport, does not have to match the money.
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