GARY, Ind. (AP) — One of the consulting contracts has ended between the former CEO of the Indianapolis International Airport and the Gary/Chicago International Airport.
The contract John Clark had for business development work and to oversee the Gary airport's $166 million expansion project expired last week. Clark's deal was approved by an airport board that's been replaced, and new Airport Authority chairman Tom Collins says there's been no discussion of a new contract with Clark.
The Times of Munster reports JClark Aviation has been paid nearly $166,000 from last October through August. He's owed for work since then. Clark also has an airport contract for pursing a public-private partnership by year's end.
The Indianapolis airport board didn't renew Clark's CEO contract last year after controversy over trips to Brazil, Morocco and Switzerland.
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