STLPR’s Melody Walker discusses ongoing airport-privatization saga


“He says it adds up to about $800,000 a month, and the city is not paying this – Rex Sinquefield has stepped in actually at the request of Mayor Slay and has agreed to pay all these fees for these consultants up until a deal is made,” Walker explained. “And if a deal goes through – and if they strike a good deal – everybody will get paid, and then the money will then be paid back to Mr. Sinquefield by the city from the money they make on the deal.”


Board Bills

BB 93 An Ordinance requiring a City-wide vote to approve any proposal aimed at or having the effect of privatizing the Lambert St. Louis International Airport (the Airport)
Res 220

Transportation and Commerce Committee to Provide legislative oversight of City Exploration of the Federal Aviation Administration Airport


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