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Metrolink CEO Could Lose His Job

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Since the deadly Chatsworth Metrolink crash that left 25 dead, the agency's CEO David Solow has been in the spotlight. Today, LA Times' Steve Hymon finds that "the Metrolink board of directors has put an item on its agenda for today's meeting that allows members to discuss in closed session whether they want to terminate [him]. Whether they make such a decision remains to be seen." Solow was hired almost 10 years to the date in 1999.

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