New U.S. Customs and Border Protection Facility at Boca Raton Airport Breaks Ground
Photos by Robert Weinroth
The new U.S. Customs and Border Protection Facility at Boca Raton Airport had its groundbreaking ceremony earlier this week.
Deputy Mayor Michael Mullaugh, alongside Councilmembers Jeremy Rodgers and Robert Weinroth, were in attendance at the groundbreaking of the $4.3 million facility that will take roughly one year to complete.
When completed, the facility will allow flights from international destinations to come directly to Boca Raton instead of having to clear customs at a nearby airport before heading to Boca’s Airport.