1. SourGwinnett says:

    The one problem with throwing the bid out is that the “buddy” in this story continues to keep his “emergency contract” until that bid is finalized.

  2. gcp says:

    It’s good to see that the Reed Administration chose to continue the long tradition of corruption at the airport.

  3. Stefan says:

    The Airport problem is exactly why Mary Norwood got any appreciable support. In the City, anything involving the airport should be subjected to the strictest internal scrutiny before it becomes public, because if there is corruption there it will eventually surface and stain the entire administration by connecting it to previous nefarious behavior. Sigh.

    • SallyForth says:

      Methinks people like the trio reported in Sunday’s AJC will move heaven and hell to prevent that, Stefan. Billions of dollars in concession contracts tend to perpetuate more of the same corruption – those airport-made billionaires pour money into political candidates who will keep their gravy train running.

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