Calif. city council committees endorse airport proposal

04/10/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Two Los Angeles City Council panels support a plan to move a runway at Los Angeles International Airport 260 feet closer to adjacent neighborhoods. The $4.76 billion plan, which has drawn strong opposition from residents, would separate two northern runways so one could be built in the center.

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