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It's Your Money (St. Louis Airport) #187999

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 26, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The weekly look at how the government spends taxpayers' money introduced.

(Saint Louis: James Walker) The 2.6 billion dollar cost of a new runway for Lambert Airport in Saint Louis that may not be needed examined; details given of the controversy over proposed runway W1W. [Airport manager Leonard GRIGGS - defends the need for the runway.] [TWA pilots union Captain Tom BROWN, aviation consultant Joe LINTZENICH - oppose the new runway.] The need for a "real-time" study to determine if the runway will work noted. The nearby MidAmerica Airport that recently opened but remains empty shown.

Gibson, Charles;
Walker, James

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