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Wichita Falls City Council Considers Grants

The city of Wichita Falls appears to be ready to continue to move forward on a more than $7,000,000 in grants for two city projects.
 
This week Wichita Falls City Councilors will be applying for a$5,300,00 grant from the FAA's Military Airports Program. The grant is for non-airport improvement projects at the Municipal Airport.
  
 Councilors will also be looking at applying for a $2,100,000 grant from TXDOT for the city's new Travel Center project.
 

Newschannel 6 will be at the City Council meeting on Tuesday morning at 8:30.

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