Inglewood City Council Forges Ahead With Full Weekly Council Agenda

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MAYOR JAMES BUTTS PHOTO SHOOT FOR THE LOS ANGELES SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 2, 2017 PHOTOS BY VALERIE GOODLOE

Continuing with the city council’s cautious plan to continue to conduct city business while keeping the council members, city staff and community members safe, the council conducted their weekly meeting without the presence of locals who were encouraged to view the proceedings online.

The council adopted a resolution amending the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget transferring $50,000 from the General Fund reserves for the hiring of a contract Deputy City Prosecutor (or two Deputy City Prosecutors) in the City Attorney’s Office.

The council authorized the Mayor to execute a Facilities Use Agreement for use of the running track located on St. Mary’s Academy property for the provision of the City of Inglewood Youth Track and Field program and approved a three-year agreement with Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions for access to Accurint for Law Enforcement to conduct background investigations.

Council members approved an agreement with Enerwise Global Technologies, Inc., dba CPower, to serve as a Curtailment Service Provider for Southern California Edison’s “Demand Response Auction Mechanism Addendum.

They also approved Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 18-134 with Electronic Waste Solutions (EWS) for litter removal, extending the term by an additional two (2) years and Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 19-207 with CSDA Design Group, extending the term to October 31, 2020, to complete Acoustical Testing Services for the Residential Sound Insulation Program. 

The council set a public hearing be set to consider an ordinance amending Chapters 8 and 12 of the Inglewood Municipal Code, including Zoning Code Amendment 2018-01 (ZCA-2018-01) to establish Short Term Rental regulations and another to consider an ordinance amending Chapter 3 of the Inglewood Municipal Code to implement a Citywide Permit Parking Districts Program.

The council adopted a resolution to accept an irrevocable offer of dedication of 1,605 square feet of property at Cable Place in the city of Inglewood, form the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO).

The council approved an Initiative by Mayor James T. Butts Jr., recommending the adoption of Executive Order No. 20-03 to declare the following: No residential property owner shall exercise a no-fault eviction during the Local Emergency Period; and No property owner may withdraw an occupied residential unit from the rental housing market under the Ellis Act during the Local Emergency Period.

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