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Mon February 23, 2004
Business Council Decides Not to Spend Air Service Money
Cheyenne – A year ago, the Wyoming Legislature set aside three million dollars to use as a way to improve air service. The goals were to increase ridership and bring down airfares; and to do it statewide. Meetings were held in all ten towns with airports, proposals were made by airlines, and possibilities were studied. But in the end, as Wyoming Public Radio's Aaron Alpern reports the Business Council decided not to spend any of the money.