LAX emergency response coordination 'nerve center' opens
The new center was funded with airport revenue and a $970,000 state emergency management grant
By Art Marroquin
The Press - Telegram
LOS ANGELES — A new $13.9 million emergency response coordination center opened Monday at Los Angeles International Airport, allowing law enforcement, federal authorities and local officials to finally work together under a single roof.
The 9,000-square-foot Airport Response Coordination Center, housed inside an administration office on the west side of LAX, was funded with airport revenue and a $970,000 state emergency management grant.
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