DALLAS -- Mayor Wellington Webb of Denver will riot institute any major new debt programs in his first term, but says he will finish the major projects started by his predecessor, including the $2.4 billion Denver International Airport.

The new mayor in an interview also said his transition team is studying whether to replace city officials overseeing the massive airport plan. In addition, he indicated a possible shake-up among investment banking firms handling the financing.

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