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  • Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified

    Burns& McDonnell's attorneys explain why the company's proposal for KCI terminal — which was disqualified by the city's selection committee — is the only one of three that complies with Missouri law. They called on City Council to bypass the selection committee and consider the company's plan, or scrap the whole selection process and start again after the November election.

Burns & McDonnell says its KCI proposal was wrongly disqualified

Burns& McDonnell's attorneys explain why the company's proposal for KCI terminal — which was disqualified by the city's selection committee — is the only one of three that complies with Missouri law. They called on City Council to bypass the selection committee and consider the company's plan, or scrap the whole selection process and start again after the November election.
Bill Turque The Kansas City Star