Gina Marie Lindsey
The woman who helped launch a major overhaul of Los Angeles International Airport said Tuesday that she plans to retire after nearly eight years in charge.
If you fly in and out of Los Angeles International Airport, you’re not alone.
A report released Friday on upcoming plans for LAX included destroying and replacing terminals and moving runways.
The General Manager of the Los Angeles World Airports, Gina Marie Lindsey, was the highest paid city employee, earning an annual salary of $326,856. Police Chief Charlie Beck was a near second, earning $307,291 per year.
CBS Investigative reporter David Goldstein has learned that a top LAX officials has resigned his post after allegations surfaced that he was sexting and sending sexually explicit messages on his LAX-issued phone.