Kansas City Council members are running into difficulty phrasing the ballot question that would ask voters’ approval to move ahead with a new single-terminal Kansas City International Airport. The council members have yet to see outside proposals for designing, constructing and financing the estimated $1 billion project.
Kansas City Council members are running into difficulty phrasing the ballot question that would ask voters’ approval to move ahead with a new single-terminal Kansas City International Airport. The council members have yet to see outside proposals for designing, constructing and financing the estimated $1 billion project. Keith Myers File photo
Kansas City Council members are running into difficulty phrasing the ballot question that would ask voters’ approval to move ahead with a new single-terminal Kansas City International Airport. The council members have yet to see outside proposals for designing, constructing and financing the estimated $1 billion project. Keith Myers File photo

Kansas City Council unsettled on KCI ballot language as Aug. 24 deadline looms nearer

July 27, 2017 2:13 PM