City Council Meeting, January 28, 2020


The council approved Amendment Six of the Elderly Nutrition Program Services Subaward Number ENP162008 with County of Los Angeles Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) for the provision of the Elderly Nutrition Program and awarded a contract with a one (1) year agreement with Willdan Engineering to provide Construction Management Services for the South Prairie Avenue Improvement Project, per RFP No. 0138.

The council also awarded a contract with JCI Jones Chemicals, Inc., to supply and deliver liquid chlorine to the City of Inglewood Sanford T. Anderson Water Treatment Plant (WTP), per Bid No. RFB-0118.

The council approved an agreement with HHJ Construction, Inc., to provide residential sound insulation work on 49 residential units (RSI Phase XV, Group 20), per Bid No. CB-19-19 and adopted a new policy for the discontinuation of residential water service for non-payment of bills pursuant to Senate Bill 998.

The council approved a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Bhagat Investments Century, LLC, to secure a 695 square feet right of way from the larger parcel located at 3940 W. Century Boulevard, needed to implement the Century Boulevard Mobility Improvement Project.

The council approved Amendment No. 3 to Agreement No. 18-118 with Miller Barondess, LLP for broad ranging legal advice, guidance and representation to establish two rate tiers depending on the legal matter for which legal services are provided. They also adopted Ordinance No. 20-06 to approve Zoning Code Amendment 2019-002 (ZCA 2019-002) to Chapter 12 (Planning and Zoning) of the Inglewood Municipal Code to modify regulations of the Medical Enterprise Overlay Zone citywide.

During the public comments, at the close of the meeting, two residents urged Mayor Butts to close the meeting in honor of Kobe Bryant, citing his lifetime achievements on and off of the basketball court.

The council members individually and collectively applauded the staff and thanked the community for supporting the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration activities. They also expressed their condolences to the Bryant family and the other families whose members were killed in the fiery helicopter crash.

I have known Kobe Bryant since he came into the league at the age of 19.  He was a transformational player and one who made the residents of Inglewood proud. He will be missed.

Mayor Butts closed the meeting with a short video memorializing Kobe Bryant


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