The airport has budgeted to fund 5% of the cost, while the Maryland Aviation Administration will contribute 5%, and the FAA will bear the brunt of the cost at 90%. The $232,222 grant is part of that 90%, according to Myers. It is mostly made up of the airport’s yearly allotment, which is about $60,000 higher than usual, according to Myers. Despite the increase, he said this will not greatly affect the project’s timeline, which is currently on track. COVID-19 has not contributed to any major changes in the schedule.