SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) —A building dating back to World War II is facing an uncertain future.
The Sioux City City Council is considering a proposal that would remove the World War II chapel that sits on the airport property.
The chapel was built as part of a Wartime Airbase used for B-17 bomber training. The proposal would move the chapel to be maintained by a non-profit organization.
However, that non-profit has not yet been formed and would still need to raise funds to take over ownership.
If the group is unable to raise funds, the chapel could face demolition.