CELEBRATE RIGGED KANSAS CITY AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE ENDORSEMENT OF THE NEW SINGLE-TERMINAL KCI!!!
Now that the dust has settled, let's see how Kansas City is gonna waste more than a BILLION DOLLARS and further destroy this town's economy.
To wit . . .
BEFORE ANYBODY ELSE IN KANSAS CITY THE TKC BLOG COMMUNITY CALLED THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE SINGLE-TERMINAL ENDORSEMENT BECAUSE WE KNEW IT WAS RIGGED!!! NATCH.
Early morning blog readers got the scoop hours before everybody else and really weeks and months prior . . . Now here's other mainstream media turning in their official reports.
- PR People Get Paid: KC reacts to KCI Advisory Board's recommendation
- GOP Resistance Is Futile In KC Proper: Graves not convinced yet on single-terminal KCI
- Show-Me Rage: Nearly all the information at ATAG meetings came from the authors of the new terminal plan (Kansas City Aviation Department), the only real option presented in any detail was the new terminal plan, and the process for selecting a conclusion was weighted in favor of the new terminal plan.
- Dead Tree Media Agreement: KCI's future moves in a positive direction
- Taking Off To JoCo Payday: So, what's next for KCI?
- Fox4 Vote Count: After nearly a year of study, 19 out of 24 members of the task force voted to build a new single terminal at KCI Airport.
- KCTV5 Cost Analysis: The project is expected to be one of Kansas City's most important public building projects of the next decade - estimated at more than $1.2 billion.
- KCUR Doesn't Really Know: KCI: Looking Behind The Single Terminal Recommendation
- KMBC Foreshadowing Of Higher Prices: Last fall, a lawyer for Southwest Airlines said it could raise the airline's operating costs by 40 percent.
- Pitch Reminds Us There's No Real Plan On The Table: KTAG and city officials disavowed any cost estimates, saying it's too early and no specific design for a single terminal has emerged.
Again, this blog told readers what was gong to happen FIRST but all of these insights represent the official reaction to this town soaring to new lows.
Developing . . .