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The committee that’s plotting the future of the region’s international airport is meeting at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow at Lindbergh Field’s commuter terminal. If you’re wondering what they’re talking about, you’ll have to get up early.

While the airport authority just sent me the agenda for the meeting, no information about it is available on the authority’s website. The only agenda posted for the committee is for its April 23 meeting.

The meeting will not be broadcast on the web, either, as the authority’s meetings typically are.

The San Diego Association of Governments has posted the meeting agenda on its website, but it doesn’t provide any supporting materials for any of the three presentations that will be given tomorrow. That information is typically available in advance of most airport authority meetings.

The process is significant for Lindbergh Field and for the region’s air travelers. The city of San Diego, Sandag and airport authority are considering changes that could culminate in a massive overhaul of Lindbergh Field and its layout. The committee has already gotten off to a rocky start, with one member walking out of the first meeting to protest the presence of Steve Peace, a former state senator who now works for developer and Padres owner John Moores.


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