Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced $6 million will go to completing nearly two miles of road, along with accompanying utilities, at Jacksonville’s Cecil Field Airport and Spaceport. DeSantis said the money from the state’s Job Growth Grant Fund will “help enable new companies to locate to the area.” DeSantis is able to distribute money from the fund, which is targeted for infrastructure and workforce projects. The Jacksonville project already had a $4 million commitment from the state Department of Transportation and $3 million from Space Florida, the state’s aerospace agency. Since the start of October, DeSantis has used the Job Growth Grant Fund to distribute nearly $30 million for water and wastewater work in North Port and St. Pete Beach; for improving vehicle access to the Central Florida Intermodal Logistics Center in Winter Haven and the Gov. Rick Scott Industrial Park in Sumter County; for a diesel-mechanic training program at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville; for transportation-related training programs at Lake Technical College; for manufacturing, education, health-care and aviation vocational programs at Pasco-Hernando State College; and for expanding Collier County-based Immokalee Technical College into Glades County.