Airway Heights to receive state funds from capital budget process
Last updated 5/9/2019 at 4:46pm
By SHANNEN TALBOT
In the first long budget-writing session to wrap on time in a decade, the Washington State Legislature recently passed a $54.2 billion two-year budget that relies on more than $800 million in new tax revenue — and Airway Heights is set to get a piece of that pie.
The city will be receiving $5.5 million to fund its Highland Village project, which aims to decrease the density of residents in Fairchild Air Force Base’s Accident Potential Zone 2, the zone located at the end of the base’s main runway.
The money, taken from the capital budget, will be used...