The Monroe County Airport will reopen today after being closed for two months to repair three sinkholes on the runway.
Monroe County Airport Director Bruce Payton says the excavation caused by three sinkholes could fit almost three Assembly Hall sized buildings inside of it.
Businesses that typically use Monroe County airport are rerouting their flights to Indianapolis, potentially costing the airport $20,000.
Construction of a $1.6 million runway expansion at Kokomo’s airport was jeopardized because of the FAA shutdown
Soil testing is expected to wrap up tomorrow after sinkholes were discovered at the Monroe County Airport.