Despite opposition from some neighbors of Paulding County’s airport, local officials voted Tuesday to take another major step toward preparing the small airport for airline service.
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The story so far
Previously: Word surfaced this month of a lease deal struck nearly a year ago to bring airline service to the Paulding airport.
The latest: The airport authority approved bonds to pay for a taxiway expansion to allow airline service.
What’s next: Silver Comet Terminal Partners LLC, the company created to expand the Paulding airport and attract businesses, hopes to announce airline service by the end of this year.