Akst: Sycamore on losing end of deal
I saw a sign for a business in Sycamore a couple of years ago and thought, “Seems like an unusual place for this.”
I was right. Sycamore – being nowhere near a major airport – IS an unusual place to transact aviation fuel deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
Or so says the Regional Transit Authority (umbrella organization of the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace), which filed suit in Cook County Circuit Court last week against United Airlines, its subsidiary United Aviation Fuels Corp. (located in Sycamore) and the city of Sycamore.
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