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Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Stimulus Money Spent on Low Priority Projects for the FAA
The Federal Aviation Administration keeps track of its priority projects through a national priority rating system, but records show that more than $270 million in stimulus grants awarded by the FAA have gone to low-priority projects. Among the low-priority projects receiving stimulus money: a $1.85 million terminal expansion project at Idaho's Pocatello Regional Airport, $2.5 million for mobile firefighting training equipment in Virginia, and $1 million to improve baggage handling at an Illinois airport that services cargo planes.
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 3:48 PM
Labels: FAA, stimulus bill
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