Two Los Angeles council members want to know why a city oversight board approved spending nearly $4 million in taxpayer money for what they describe as public relations contracts at Los Angeles International Airport.
The Board of Airport Commissioners recently awarded three contracts totaling more than $3.8-million for video production services and public education services at LAX, according to Councilmen Dennis Zine and Bill Rosendahl.
They said the contracts were awarded without discussion.
"Transparency in government and the careful scrutiny of the expenditure of public dollars is critical in ensuring the public's trust," Zine and Rosendahl said in a statement.
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