Here's a quick preview and recap . . .
What have we learned so far . . .
- The airport concessions deal is mostly a sketchy and secretive process.
- Mayor Q has taken a beating over his heroics on the deal and might have even lost the support from the biggest law firms in town.
- This isn't the end of it. Some sketchy, smallish firm doesn't walk away with a BILLION BUCKS just because the Mayor has a sizeable Twitter following.
Here's one tease and we hope to have more later . . .
"Now that controversy comes to a head at this afternoon's Council meeting, which starts at 3 p.m. on the 26th floor of City Hall."
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A couple of Kansas City councilmembers are not happy with how concession venders were chosen for the new KCI terminal, one calling the process "corrupt".
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City's full City Council meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday could deliver a conclusion to the contentious bidding process for a proposed 15-year concessions contract at the new Kansas City International Airport terminal. Vantage Airport Group, seen as the front-runner in the bidding process, released renderings of their proposal to KSHB 41.
Developing . . .