Mayor Butts’ Initiative Limits Food Delivery Charges


In this week’s city council meeting the council approved Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 20-217 with Remy Moose Manley, LLP (Special Counsel), expanding the scope of services and increasing the total compensation from $75,000 to $275,000. (Grant Funds)

The council approved of the Minutes of the Special Meeting held on August 20, 2020.

The council approved two-year professional services agreements to provide building inspection consulting services for the Building Inspection Services Project, per Proposal No. RFP – 0159.

The council approved Amendment No.1 to Agreement No. 20-265 with HF&H Consultants, LLC broadening the scope of services to include assisting City staff with tasks related to integrating Inglewood Municipal Code updates and developing strategies for the City’s overall compliance with SB 1383. (Sanitation Fund)

The council adopted Ordinance No. 21-07 amending Inglewood Municipal Code Chapter 2 (Administration), Article 5 (Purchasing) by adding Section 2-196.1 (Inglewood Transit Connector Procurements) to authorize the use of alternative project delivery methods and establish certain requirements for procurements and contracts related to the proposed Inglewood Transit Connector Project (ITC Project) initiated pursuant to such authorized alternative project delivery methods.

The council adopted an initiative by Mayor James T. Butts, Jr., recommending adoption of an Emergency Order to make it unlawful for any food delivery platform to charge a food facility fees totaling more than 15 percent (15%) until indoor dining is allowed to resume at 100% capacity.


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