REC Networks has identified 75 LPFM stations (which represents less than 4% of all licensed LPFM stations) in where the LPFM station does not meet the §73.807(c) minimum distance separations to these newly filed translators. This does not mean that the LPFM stations have been "displaced", it only means that in the case of new co-channel and first-adjacent channel short spacing, an LPFM station can not move in the future to a location that is closer in distance to the translator (very short moves closer in may be possible as distances between stations are rounded to the nearest kilometer).
The linked document is a list of the 1,081 short form applications that were filed for new FM translators. The short form process allows the FCC to identify which applicants are singleton and can be granted as soon as possible and which ones will be going to auction due to mutual exclusitivity. Translators will be able to modify their applications to other channels and locations but those changes will be limited to "minor" ones only. In other words, they can change 1, 2, 3, 53 or 54 channels or specify another location where the 60 dBu contours of both locations overlap.