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Ray Kowalik, chairman and CEO of engineering firm Burns & McDonnell, provides details on their proposal to replace Kansas City International Airport with a privately funded, $1 billion single-terminal version. The Kansas City Council is now studying the p Allison Long and Dave Helling The Kansas City Star
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Mayor Sly James: Private financing will create a new KCI for the 21st century

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