Greenwood and the Indiana State Police have agreed for Indy South Greenwood Airport to host the police’s aviation section fleet for a period of time. The airport provides convenient and comfortable amenities for residents, visitors and business leaders across central Indiana, Mayor Mark W. Myers said. “We are proud to welcome the Indiana State Police aviation section to Greenwood and look forward to serving as the home base for such a critical component of law enforcement services in Indiana.” State police Superintendent Doug Carter said they decided on the airport due to its proximity to I-65 and centralized location providing convenient access to other parts of the state. “We are looking forward to our new aviation home and believe this is the beginning of a strong and enduring partnership with Greenwood and the airport.” The city’s Redevelopment Commission has approved funding for a new hangar to house the fleet as art of the pact. Construction is expected to begin once lease negotiations are finalized.
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