LAX Modernization Plan Faces Criticism, Crucial Vote

The Mayor's $9 billion overhaul could be radically modified, even scrapped, by neighborhood concerns over a new off-site check-in facility in Manchester Square.
June 12, 2004, 1pm PDT | Jeffrey Goodman
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Faced with a multitude of expansion and security concerns, Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn's plan for a new check-in facility separated from the terminal has drawn harsh protest from both civic and business leaders. With only limited options to improve the world's fifth busiest airport's traffic and security, LAX's modernization could determine the future of air travel in Southern California for years to come.

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Published on Friday, June 11, 2004 in Yahoo! Newswire
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