Mayor James Butts

42-Unit Affordable Housing Building Opens in Inglewood

On April 25, the City of Inglewood welcomed Beach Terrace, a brand new 42-unit affordable housing building on Beach Ave in Inglewood. Thomas Safran and Associates, lead developer in affordable housing hosted an open house for community members to view the new building.

Inglewood and Fontana Mayors Applaud Funds Allocation from RAISE Grant Program

Thanks to the Biden-Harris administration’s latest allocation of $2.2 billion from the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) program, eight grants — totaling more than $119 million — were awarded by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to local governments, transit agencies and a tribal nation to help improve transportation in California.

Forum Owners Move Forward with Lawsuit Against Inglewood, Mayor Butts 

The Madison Square Garden Company, owner of The Forum in Inglewood, filed a lawsuit March 5,  against the city and its mayor James Butts for “violating the city’s contractual commitments in order to clear the way for a new Clippers arena in Inglewood, just down the street from The Forum” and, “defrauding The Forum”  respectively.  

Inglewood Fulfills Promise to Seniors as Center Opens

Hundreds of seniors came out to celebrate the grand opening of the new senior facility in the rapidly developing City of Inglewood, located on the N/E corner of Queen Street and Locust Ave. The seniors had been promised a new facility back in 2005 when the old building was demolished to make way for the new state-of-the- art senior center but construction happened. However, with a new regime of like-minded folks in City Hall, projects and being completed and new center is ready to serve the needs of community’s seniors.