CHICAGO -- An Illinois-Indiana committee has decided that a new airport should be built for the Chicago area and said it will choose a site by Jan. 24.

Donald Corinna, program manager for the bistate committee, the Policy Committee for the Site Selection of a Supplemental Airport in the Chicago Area, said the 11 members voted unanimously to build an airport. The panel is made up to officials from the two states and Chicago.

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