In a press release issued today, City of Inglewood Mayor James Butts will hold a Town Hall meeting on September 13th to discuss the possibility of the NFL coming to Inglewood, public safety and the budget. The meeting will be held from 11 – 1PM on Saturday, September 13th at 400 West Florence Ave at the intersection of Inglewood Blvd.
In his semiannual address to the public, Mayor Butts will review this year’s accomplishments and share upcoming milestones in 2015. Agenda items include the city budget, major development projects, the possibility of bringing a national football team to the city of Inglewood, the Hollywood Park Project and jobs for local residents, the reconstruction of Centinela Hospital, and the redevelopment of Market Street in downtown Inglewood.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) will make a presentation on federal legislation issues relative to Inglewood residents and the Inglewood Chief of Police Mark Fronterotta will discuss public safety as well as crime statistics to date. Members of the Inglewood City Council as well as the City Manager will also be present at the event.
Mayor Butts was first elected as the 12th Mayor of the City of Inglewood in 2011. He has a combined 39 years of public service including two decades as an Inglewood police officer before ultimately rising to the rank of Deputy Chief of Police. He served as the Chief of Police in the City of Santa Monica and retired as one of the longest serving police chiefs in the County of Los Angeles from the Los Angeles World Airports system where he was responsible for Public Safety and Counter-Terrorism.
Lcated in Los Angeles County, the City of Inglewood has a population of approximately 110,000 residents as of the 2010 U.S. Census.
For more information on this meeting call (310) 412-5300 or visit www.cityofinglewood.org