Bloomington airport expects less revenue next year

By WEEK Producer

Bloomington airport expects less revenue next year

June 13, 2014 Updated Jun 13, 2014 at 4:02 PM CDT

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -- The Central Illinois Regional Airport expects to bring in about three percent less in revenue next fiscal year.

Officials say the airport is financially sound.

CIRA's 2015 budget projects $145,000 of income.

The decrease is blamed on fewer one-time revenue sources.

According to the Pantagraph, the tax rate will not increase.

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