The Dickson Municipal Airport-Pack Field has received almost $100,000 in federal, state and local funds for design work and an environmental assessment for a new hangar. The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced the grant as one of 18 grants totaling over $14.2 million for airports across the state last week. The Dickson County facility will receive $89,865 in federal funds along with $4,993 in state money and $4,992 in a local match for a total of $99,850. The project proposed for the 90 percent federally funded grant is the preliminary work for a new 10-unit T-hangar for aircraft storage at the airport on Syliva Road. The grant was one of 18 announced last week by TDOT’s Aeronautics Division, which oversees the state’s 142 heliports and 79 public general aviation airports. The Dickson Municipal Airport-Pack Field is owned jointly by the city and county, which contract with Liberty Aviation as the fixed-base operator. It has a 5000-foot runway along with tie-down, shade port and t-hangars for single- and twin-engine aircraft. For more information, call 446-5962.