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Lax was an experimental poet, one allied with the "concrete" poets.
Hearings on proposed changes to the north airfield at LAX are scheduled for 6-9 p.
5 million travelers used LAX in 2005, compared with 60.
We entered into these agreements and assumed the debt for improvements at the request of LAWA," said Dawn Arnevik, chair of LAX Two Corporation.
Blake also questioned the city linking the plan to its LAX renovations.
LAX, the world's fifth-busiest airport, usually has two incoming and two outgoing runways.
But we are going to remain strong and never give up until we achieve the dignity and respect we deserve," said Sylvia Ramos, a PBX Operator at the Four Points Sheraton LAX.
LAX has an estimated eight incursions a year, including a close call last week, when an incoming American West jet nearly collided with a departing United Express plane.
That's why members of the City Council have asked TSA officials to meet with them in person and explain what's going on with the lines at LAX.
Qantas -- LAX's largest international airline -- has taken over this hangar as a tangible sign of its commitment to the City of Los Angeles and LAX," said Mayor Villaraigosa.
The City Council's Trade, Commerce and Tourism Committee rejected assurances from LAX staff that steps were being taken to reduce the lines.
In a serious break with Chief William Bratton, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Friday repudiated the chief's strong public stand against stripping the LAPD of key responsibilities in emergencies at LAX and giving that authority to Airport Police.
HMSHost, one of the world's leading providers of food, beverage, and retail concessions to the travel industry, announced the opening of Brioche Doree -- one of Europe's leading bakery cafe concepts -- within the American Airlines terminal (Terminal 4) at LAX.
When a shooting occurred at the El Al Israeli airlines in 2002, LAX had to call in the big guns of LAPD to handle it.