The second phase of a solar farm at the Indianapolis Airport is months behind schedule.
Indianapolis officials are considering the old GM Stamping Plant or the former site of the Indianapolis airport to build a new criminal justice complex.
The parking garage fabric canopy caved in around 9 a.m. Tuesday beneath the weight of snow.
The Indianapolis Airport is continuing to recover from Sunday's storm that dumped 10-15 inches of snow across much of the state.
Once the second phase is complete, the Indianapolis International Airport's solar farm will consist of 88,000 solar panels.
The buyout program includes four weeks of gross base salary for every year of continuous service, with a maximum of two years base pay.
A USDA study shows there is ample land at Indiana airports for solar farms, wind turbines or biofuel crops.
The panels are part of a larger effort to create the 'Aerotropolis' or airport city.
The Indy Airport is currently waiting for approvals from the FAA for a land release for a new solar farm on the property.
Business is slowly going back to normal at the Indianapolis Airport as the ice storms make their way east of the Hoosier state.