By Veronica Mackey
On Tuesday, the Inglewood City Council gave its full support to the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) becoming the Adult and Dislocated Worker Career Services Provider for the State of California Workforce Development Board.
The City also voted to renew its non-financial work experience agreement with SBWIB to provide youth and adult workers opportunities to gain workplace experience and build workplace skills.
SBWIB provides job training and employment services to residents in 11 cities including Inglewood, Hawthorne, Lawndale, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Gardena, Lomita, Torrance and Carson.
Inglewood Council members accepted the following offers of dedications relative to the new Hollywood Park development:
•From Hollywood Park Residential Investors, LLC - At Prairie Avenue, between Arbor Vitae Street and Hardy Street, and at Century Boulevard, portions north and south of Yukon Avenue, Inglewood, CA;
•From Pincay RE, LLC – At Prairie Avenue, north of Arbor Vitae Street, Inglewood, CA;
•From Hollywood Park Retail/Commercial Investors, LLC – At Prairie Avenue, between Hardy Street and Century Boulevard, and at Century Boulevard, between Prairie Avenue and Doty Avenue, Inglewood, CA;
•From Hollywood Park Card Club Investors, LLC – At Century Boulevard, from Doty Avenue south toward Yukon Avenue, Inglewood, CA
The Finance Department staff recommended approval of a bond purchase agreement in connection with tax allocation refunding bonds in order to defease and refund the former Inglewood Redevelopment Agency’s outstanding 2003A Tax Allocation Bonds and 2007 A-1 Tax Allocation Bonds.
A presentation was given by the Finance Department to review the Fiscal Year 2016-17 1st Quarter Budget. Details of the budget presentation and other topics presented at the council meeting can be found online at www.cityofinglewood.org. From the “What’s New” tab, click on the “City Council Agenda” to access links on various topics listed by date.
A claim for property damage by a resident was denied.
The City of Inglewood is now 109 years old! Inglewood was incorporated on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 1908.