U.S. Rep. Sam Graves warmed to Burns and McDonnell’s Kansas City International Airport proposal because he believes the private financing aspect of it increases the chances that the airport could be rebuilt faster and under budget.
U.S. Rep. Sam Graves warmed to Burns and McDonnell’s Kansas City International Airport proposal because he believes the private financing aspect of it increases the chances that the airport could be rebuilt faster and under budget.
U.S. Rep. Sam Graves warmed to Burns and McDonnell’s Kansas City International Airport proposal because he believes the private financing aspect of it increases the chances that the airport could be rebuilt faster and under budget.

Congressman Sam Graves warms to Burns & McDonnell’s KCI proposal

May 23, 2017 05:06 PM

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