Getting it done - The Town of Ponoka is seeing work on a few of its summer projects progressing nicely. Here, Border Paving crews work on completing the base for the Ponoka Airport taxiway extension project Aug. 14 prior to starting the paving portion of the project. Meanwhile, town crews have cleared a portion of the cemetery and prepared it with concrete as part of the planned expansion to allow for more plots. However, there is some further landscaping yet to do on the project. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Taxiway work getting done

Crews work on finishing the base for the Ponoka airport’s new taxiway

By Jordie Dwyer

Crews work on finishing the base for the Ponoka airport’s new taxiway

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