|Quoting luv2fly (Reply 1):|
What difference does it make at the end of the day?
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 5):|
|Quoting mayor (Reply 7):|
but since the City of Chicago owns the airport, it is actually within the Chicago city limits
|Quoting 1337Delta764 (Reply 2):|
Well, if Wikipedia says one thing and Google Maps says another, it is a conflict of information. I would like to know who is right. Being in the Atlanta area isn't exactly the same as being within the Atlanta city limits.
|Quoting ouboy79 (Reply 8):|
Quoting mayor (Reply 7):but since the City of Chicago owns the airport, it is actually within the Chicago city limits
Just because the city owns the property doesn't mean it is in the city limits. They obviously would have had to annex the property into the city itself to claim that.
|Quoting mayor (Reply 10):|
Which, I believe, they did.........along with a corridor of land connecting the airport property with the city, proper.
|Quoting jerseyguy (Reply 12):|
Its interesting that the City of Atlanta is just allowed to take whatever land they want. There must be rules of what a city is allowed to annex. Anybody know the requirements?