Cleveland Ignored Red Flags on Airport Project

But as an electricians union official investigated the $130 million contract he the company hired by to do the electrical work, had a bogus office address in a Cleveland housing project.


"Don't know 'em, don't know anything about 'em, don't have anything to say," White said.

Dolan said he's not surprised by the city's recent finding that Chem Ty served as a front company for Allega. White, Sheperd and other top officials involved in the airport runway project shouldn't be surprised either, he said.

"They knew everything going on - or they should have known - because the issues were raised," Dolan said. "They ignored it."



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