City buys last land parcel for runway extension
Council also OKs variances for Pilot Travel Centers
The Morris City Council has approved the last land purchase needed for the future Morris Municipal Airport runway extension.
The settlement agreement approved by the council Monday was for about 70 acres north of the airport. The city agreed on $1.6 million for the land, said Alderman Julian Houston, Airport Committee chairman, after the meeting. The city has been working on getting the land for about two years.
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