Middleton Airport improvements approved | Environment
A $315,790 project to install fencing and address soil erosion concerns at the Middleton Municipal-Morey Field Airport has been announced by Gov. Scott Walker.
Eric Johnson, airport development engineer with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, said the chain link fence and gates will provide added security to the aviation fueling terminal on the east side of the airport.
In addition, the project includes funding to stabilize the banks of Pheasant Branch Creek to prevent erosion along airport property.
The project is expected to begin in May and be completed by August.
The state and city of Middleton are each contributing $7,895 to the project. The rest of the funding will come from the Federal Aviation Administration.