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March 19, 2007

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KRN

If a $137 million project had a $73 million cost overrune, how much will of an overrun will a $298 million progject have? (maybe it will be the same 65% !)

The tax payers will be deeper in debt and the fat cats will hold all the money. It pays to be friends with Sam.

Everyone is screaming about the unions and the construction companies are running away with the money.

Will Robinson, can you give us anymore details?

Are the fee structures for project managment known?
Should the board have knowledge of these limits?

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