Opponents to file objection to O'Hare expansion

08/23/2004 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Lawyers for two suburbs near O'Hare International Airport are expected today to file an objection to an airport expansion plan, saying the multibillion-dollar project would not meet regulatory and legal requirements. Chicago officials contend expanding O'Hare will alleviate delays and cut costs for airlines while saving passengers money.

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