Construction on Spaceport Road Could Start in 2017

Supporters of the taxpayer-funded Spaceport say a paved route is crucial for county residents and businesses to benefit economically.

Mon October 03, 2016 - West Edition #20
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Construction on 24 mi. (38.6 km) of dirt road that goes from the Upham exit off Interstate 25 could start in April.
Construction on 24 mi. (38.6 km) of dirt road that goes from the Upham exit off Interstate 25 could start in April.

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) Planned construction of a southern New Mexico road to Spaceport America is one step closer to taking place.

The Las Cruces Sun-News reports that the New Mexico Spaceport Authority gave approval to sign off on a required agreement with the Bureau of Land Management.

The land agency and Spaceport Authority board of directors must come to terms on a Memorandum of Agreement in order for right-of-way access for construction to be given.

According to a proposal shown to the Spaceport Authority, BLM officials may sign off in October.

Construction on 24 mi. (38.6 km) of dirt road that goes from the Upham exit off Interstate 25 could start in April.

Supporters of the taxpayer-funded Spaceport say a paved route is crucial for county residents and businesses to benefit economically.

For more information, visit http://www.lcsun-news.com.


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