DALLAS -- A senior project official yesterday rebutted a published report that as much as $281 million in costs have been omitted from bond documents for Denver International Airport.

Genniger P. Sussman, the project's finance director, said a copyrighted article in the Rocky Mountain News wrongly implies that the city had tried to conceal costs equal to about 10% of the $3.1 billion bond financed airport.

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