Columbus’s new makerspace will officially take residence at the Columbus Municipal Airport in August.
The Columbus Board of Aviation Commissioners approved a lease agreement Tuesday with Columbus Propeller, Inc. for a makerspace that will be located on airport property.
The board agreed on lease terms for the makerspace in April, and airport Director Brian Payne said that only minor changes have been made.
The property, known as buildings 45 and 49, is owned by the airport and currently leased to Cummins, Inc, which is leaving the space. While airport officials previously said that Cummins would be out by July, the company is now staying in the space through the…