James Butts


Awards were given in nineteen categories including a special legacy award presented to Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) Chief Development Officer Bob Gilbert for his four decades of service to the aviation industry.  GLAAACC’s Special Recognition Awards went to Jeffrey Brunswig, Operations Manager, Hensel Phelps Construction; Louis Carr, Chief Information Technology Officer at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP); and John Harriel, Project Superintendent, Morrow-Meadow

EXCLUSIVE: Inglewood Mayor James Butts goes one-on-one

Inglewood Mayor James Butts speaks exclusively with Brandon I. Brooks, Managing Editor with the Los Angeles Sentinel and the L.A. Watts Times. Mayor Butts discusses the history and growth of the City of Inglewood along with tackling topics such as police brutality, gentrification and the exciting news that the L.A. Clippers are looking to build a new arena in Inglewood near the new L.A. Rams and L.A. Chargers stadium.

Man of the Hour: A Conversation with Inglewood’s Mayor James T. Butts

For two-decades, Angelenos have prayed, desired, chanted, and petitioned the National Football League to return to the City of Angels.  That desire became a reality on January 12, 2016 when NFL owners, by a vote of 30-2, approved the move of the St. Louis Rams to the City of Inglewood.  That’s right, the city of Inglewood affectionately known, as the ‘City on the Move’ will become home to the Los Angeles Rams. Remember when “Triple Crown winners ran at Hollywood Park and when the Los Angeles Lakers were winning championships at the Forum?”  According to Inglewood’s Mayor James T. Butts,