The dimensions of departing airports chief Lydia Kennard's deal to keep a hand in the pot at LAX are becoming clear. Nice deal, if you can get it. The Board of Airport Commissioners is expected to approve a $200,000-a-year consulting contract for Kennard, for two years with an option for a third. It's item 12 on the board's agenda for March 5. Kennard made it official in January that she was leaving Los Angeles World Airports for the private sector. Still no successor in place.
Also on the agenda: Approval of $10,771 in travel expenses for then-deputy mayor Cecile Ablack for the Villaraigosa (and friends) sojourn to Asia in October. She left the mayor's staff in December for William Morris