John Jerabek

Santa Monica Airport Association

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Santa Monica resident and member of the Santa Monica Airport Association, he’s behind a pending ballot measure that would require voter approval of any future uses of the airport

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Tuesday’s election isn’t creating a lot of interest in much of Southern California, but in Santa Monica, it’s a different story.  One ballot measure could effectively shut down the…

Municipal Warfare in Santa Monica

Tuesday’s election isn’t creating a lot of interest in much of Southern California, but in Santa Monica, it’s a different story.  One ballot measure could effectively shut down the…

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One hundred years ago, the Santa Monica Airport was Clover Field, where Douglas Aircraft pioneered aviation.

Aviation Groups Fight Effort to Close Santa Monica Airport

One hundred years ago, the Santa Monica Airport was Clover Field, where Douglas Aircraft pioneered aviation.

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