NORRIDGEWOCK — Although updates to the pavement on the runways at Central Maine Regional Airport are on the way in excess of the future calendar year, other development assignments there are going through delays thanks to rising prices and inflation.
Users of the Find Board a short while ago were being provided an update on the ongoing undertaking to deal with the cracked pavement across the airfield as well as other tasks that are on hold.
Town Supervisor Richard LaBelle not too long ago fulfilled with officials from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Maine Section of Transportation about the capital tasks. Individuals meetings, LaBelle claimed, are held periodically to established goals and system the timing and funding of projects.
“A major priority for the airport in the future 12 months will be to entire crack-sealing and pavement markings across the overall airfield,” LaBelle said.
At the assembly, the group looked at all ongoing projects at the airport, which include taxi-lane reconstruction on the north side, which has been delayed by a calendar year thanks to funding. The preliminary expense estimate is $740,000.