All CATEGORIES
☰ Menu


Ohio air base recalls workers; museum stays closed

Associated Press

Print
Add This

DAYTON, OHIO: A Southwest Ohio base has recalled nearly all of its 8,700 furloughed civilian workers but will again close the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force because of the partial shutdown of the federal government.

A commander at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton says the base has a budget for paying employees but not for maintenance, training and other expenses.

A spokeswoman for the Air Force museum says it wasn’t among the operations that would be supported without further funding. The Dayton Daily News reports the museum reopened Monday as the workers returned, but it will close again Tuesday and remain closed until more funding is worked out.

The museum draws more than a million visitors annually as a top attraction in the region.


Print
Add This


MORE IN NEWS MORE IN NEWS >
EDITORS' PICKS

OHIO.COM VIDEOS

RealEstate
Loading...
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Norton
$154,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Akron
$369,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Hudson
$299,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Cuyahoga Falls
$245,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
North Canton
$234,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Green
$169,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Akron
$695,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
New Franklin
$159,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Hudson
$286,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Stow
$189,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Hudson
$249,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Russell Township
$365,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Wadsworth
$424,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Canton
$179,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Copley
$349,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Massillon
$179,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Akron
$269,900
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Hudson
$329,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Hudson
$475,000
Ohio.com Real Estate Listing Image
Cuyahoga Falls
$499,900
Prev Next