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Airport Mold
(2007-10-24)
(wgvu) - GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - Aviation officials say they have
closed a radar room at a Grand Rapids airport after mold was found
in the control tower.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the move will cause
minimal disruptions to air travelers at Gerald R. Ford
International Airport.
The Grand Rapids Press reports the radar room on the sixth floor
of the 10-story tower was closed after a 10-square-foot area of
mold was found behind soundproofing panels.
Radar operations have been moved to another part of the tower.
The mold is expected to be cleaned and the radar room reopened
later this week.
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