When the Board of Estimate and Apportionment approved a contract with advisors to explore the privatization of St. Louis Lambert International Airport last month, it appeared the process was ready to take off after months of delays.
The city’s working group held its first meeting.
The first meeting of all the consultants and advisors on the project was scheduled.
But, there was a problem. The contract between the city and the lead consultants had not been signed.