In this week’s short city council meeting the council members adopted a resolution amending the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Budget approving funds in the amount of $44,500 from the General Fund for the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, Inc. to continue operating, enhancing the Inglewood Teen Center, by providing virtual services during the pandemic.
They also adopted a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign SERCO, Inc.’s request for consent to assign Agreement No. 14-142 to LAZ Karp Associates, LLC.
Another agenda item was a recommendation that the council reject all bids received for Police Service Equipment and Supplies, per Bid No. RFB-0127.
The council did adopt a resolution providing for the borrowing of funds for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and the issuance and sale of the City of Inglewood 2021 tax and revenue anticipation note in an aggregate amount not to exceed $10,000,000.
The council also accepted a staff report’s recommendation to adopt Ordinance No. 21-04 approving the following amendments to Inglewood Municipal Code Chapter 11, related to Building Regulations:
Deleting Article 17 (Residential Solar Permitting) in its entirety, and replacing it with an updated Article 17; and
Add Article 18 (Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Expedited Review Process) to adopt an expedited, streamlined permitting process for electric vehicle charging stations as required by Assembly Bill 1236.
Several Inglewood residents expressed their support of President Elect Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.