Georgia Republican Gov. Nathan Deal said on Wednesday morning in Atlanta that in next year's budget, he'll ask for $60 million between two projects:  works to deepen the Port of Savannah and to improve 11 mostly rural airports so that they can accommodate larger planes. Both are meant to spur economic development.
Georgia Republican Gov. Nathan Deal said on Wednesday morning in Atlanta that in next year's budget, he'll ask for $60 million between two projects: works to deepen the Port of Savannah and to improve 11 mostly rural airports so that they can accommodate larger planes. Both are meant to spur economic development. Maggie Lee mlee@macon.com
Georgia Republican Gov. Nathan Deal said on Wednesday morning in Atlanta that in next year's budget, he'll ask for $60 million between two projects: works to deepen the Port of Savannah and to improve 11 mostly rural airports so that they can accommodate larger planes. Both are meant to spur economic development. Maggie Lee mlee@macon.com

Top Georgia politicians say state can grow via port, airports, education, transit

January 10, 2018 03:32 PM