Plans to expand and update Los Angeles International Airport have been scrapped as part of a settlement with local civic groups and neighbors who have fought for years to stop the development. After spending 10 years and $150 million to create the LAX Master Plan, airport officials threw in the towel on the ambitious $11 billion development project. Final ratification of the proposed settlement is expected within the next six weeks. In return for certain conditions being met, citizen ...

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