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The Dustbowl Revival modernization makeover is underway.
Chicago is currently undertaking a $8.5 billion modernization for its trains.
History buffs have always cherished the authenticity and tumbledown charm of the 122-year-old Dew Drop Jazz and Social Hall, warding off modernization efforts so as not to disturb the spirits of music icons like Bunk Johnson who played there.
Vincent, who has been in command of the district's large-scale construction efforts as the chief of modernization, recently got a new title and expanded responsibilities as chief operating officer.
This unstoppable force of modernization met this unmovable object of the German state.
In the coming weeks, the Congressional Budget Office is expected to release a report that estimates modernization as currently proposed would cost $1.2 trillion over 30 years, or about $40 billion a year.
Lucas and several council members were frustrated that in recent weeks, the city has lurched along in its latest effort to get a modernization plan off the ground for KCI.
The topics included included: ▪ Stadium renovations: Phase 3 of Hard Rock Stadium’s modernization remains on pace, but as expected, won’t be completed in time for Sunday’s U2 concert.
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