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St. Cloud Airport to Make Security Upgrades Ahead of Daily Flights

Aerial view of St. Cloud Regional Airport, June 2010
Bruce Centerwall

ST. CLOUD — With regular daily flights at St. Cloud Airport starting in December, officials are making security changes to accommodate the commercial airline.

Airport Director Bill Towle says some of things they’re doing are minor, like bringing back TSA agents and security equipment. But, he says they will also be requiring all personnel to have security clearance.

Towle says they will spend no more than $140-thousand and the upgrades will be paid for through the airport’s construction account.

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