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Topic - J. Kenneth Klinge
A $6 billion public-works project 40 years in the making with economic development implications for two states and the District is now in the hands of nine local legislators - only two of whom have been on the job for more than seven months.
"If they stay in, they got a project that'll do them a lot of good," said J. Kenneth Klinge, former chairman of the Dulles Corridor Steering Committee. "It can't just be roads, or rail, or any one thing - it has to be an amalgamation of things. They have to work with each other."