INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA       

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Open Session – 2:00 p.m.

Web Sites: 
www.cityofinglewood.org
www.cityofinglewood.org/253/Successor-Agency
www.cityofinglewood.org/688/Housing-Authority
www.cityofinglewood.org/654/Finance-Authority
www.cityofinglewood.org/839/Parking-Authority

*****NOTE FROM THE CITY*****

COVID-19 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING MEETINGS OF 

THE INGLEWOOD CITY COUNCIL AND OTHER CITY LEGISLATIVE BODIES

 

Until further notice, meetings of the Inglewood City Council and other City legislative bodies will be conducted pursuant to California Government Code section 54953(e), which allows the City to use teleconferencing for members of the public to access a meeting and to address the legislative body via a call-in option.

 

CALL-IN OPTION

 

  1. Members of the public who wish to attend a public meeting and address the City Council or other legislative body during a public meeting must use the call-in option noted below:

 

    • Members of the public may listen and make oral public comments telephonically by dialing:
      • Dial-in for Open Session: 1-888-251-2949 or 215-861-0694, using the specific access codes detailed below for the respective City Council Dates: 
      • June 21, 2022 – Access Code: 2715599# wait 3 seconds and press # again
      • June 28, 2022 – Access Code: 6178183# wait 3 seconds and press # again

 

In the event of a disruption which prevents the City from broadcasting the meeting to the public using the call-in option, or in the event of a disruption within the City’s control which prevents the public from offering public comments using the call-in option, the City Council and other legislative body shall take no further action on items appearing on the meeting agenda until public access to the meeting via the call-in option is restored. 

 

 

 


 

 

ALTERNATIVE METHODS

 

The City also provides alternative methods for members of the public to submit comments and/or to observe a public meeting.  The following alternative methods are provided to the public as a matter of convenience only and the disruption in service to any alternative method does not preclude the City Council or other legislative body from taking further action on an agenda item.  In the event of a disruption to any alternative method below members of the public should use the call-in option above.  

 

2. Submitting Comments Prior to Public Meeting: Members of the public may choose to submit comments electronically for consideration by the City Council or other City Legislative Body by sending them to the City Clerk/Secretary at athompson@cityofinglewood.organd Deputy City Clerk at aallen@cityofinglewood.org. To ensure distribution to the members of the Legislative Body prior to consideration of the agenda, please submit comments prior to 8:00 a.m. the day of the meeting, and in the body of the email, please identify the agenda number or subject matter. Correspondence should indicate the meeting date and agenda item. Comments received after 8:00 a.m. and prior to the close of the public hearings will be made part of the official public record of the meeting. Contact the Office of the City Clerk at 310-412-5280 with any questions.

 

3. Viewing and Listening to the Meeting without Making Public Comments:

  • On Spectrum Cable Channel 35 with audio and limited video.  Please check with your cable provider for details.
  • Live online through Facebook Live, with audio and limited video, at https://www.facebook.com/cityofinglewood/

 

4. Public attendance at Gladys Waddingham Lecture Hall (located adjacent to the Main Library) to view meeting and make public comments via audio/video.

 

ACCESSIBILITY: If requested, the agenda and backup materials will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12132), and the federal rules and regulations adopted in implementation thereof.  Any person who requires a disability-related modification or accommodation, or translation services in order to observe and/or offer public comment may request such reasonable modification, accommodation,  or service by contacting the Office of the City Clerk by telephone at 310-412-5280,  FAX at 310-412-5533, One Manchester Boulevard, First Floor, Inglewood City Hall, Inglewood, CA 90301 or via email to athompson@cityofinglewood.org and aallen@cityofinglewood.org no later than 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

 
 
 

AGENDA

CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR AGENCY/HOUSING AUTHORITY


 


 MAYOR/CHAIRMAN 
James T. Butts, Jr.
COUNCIL/AGENCY/AUTHORITY MEMBERS
George W. Dotson, District No. 1
Alex Padilla, District No. 2
Eloy Morales, Jr., District No. 3
Dionne Faulk, District No. 4

CITY CLERK/SECRETARY 
Aisha Thompson
CITY TREASURER/TREASURER 
Wanda M. Brown
CITY MANAGER/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Artie Fields
CITY ATTORNEY/GENERAL COUNSEL
 Kenneth R. Campos
 
 

OPENING CEREMONIES – 2:00 P.M.

Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance


Roll Call

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS

Persons wishing to address the Inglewood City Council/Successor Agency/Housing Authority on any item, other than the Public Hearing, may do so at this time.

 

WARRANTS AND BILLS (City Council/Successor Agency/Housing Authority)

 

1, CSA-1 & H-1.

Warrant Registers.

Documents:
  1. 1, CSA-1, H-1.PDF
 

CONSENT CALENDAR

These items will be acted upon as a whole unless called upon by a Council Member.
 

2. CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Letter from the City Attorney’s Office recommending the following:

  1. Reject Claim pursuant to Government Code Section 913:

               Philip Singer for alleged personal injury; police officer excessive force on October 23, 2021.

 

3. CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Staff report recommending approval of an agreement with Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP (“Special Counsel”) for broad ranging legal advice, guidance, and representation in an amount not to exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000). (General Fund) 

Documents:
  1. 3.PDF
 

4. CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE

Staff report recommending authorization of payment of Invoice No. 2022-202 submitted by HR&A Advisors, Inc. (HR&A), for a financial feasibility analysis of a hotel site in Downtown Inglewood. (General Fund)

Documents:
  1. 4.PDF
 

5. ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of the Third Amendment to Agreement No. 21-141 for Building Inspection consulting services, in an additional amount not to exceed $275,000 (total possible compensation in an amount not to exceed $940,000), with the following consultants (General Fund):

 

  1. JLee Engineering, Inc.; 
  2. California Code Specialties, Inc.; and 
  3. The Code Group, Inc. dba as VCA Code. 
Documents:
  1. 5.PDF
 

6. LIBRARY DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 22-042 with Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio, Inc. (GPUS), to provide additional services for the Renovation of the Morningside Library, in the total amount of $28,278 [maximum contract amount not to exceed the total of $304,169 (includes new contract total of $279,088 plus previously approved contingency of $25,081)]. (General Fund) 

Documents:
  1. 6.PDF
 

7. PARKS, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of Amendment Eleven of the Elderly Nutrition Program Services Subaward Number ENP202107 (City Agreement No. 20-201) with County of Los Angeles Workforce Development Aging and Community Services (WDACS) to allocate baseline grant funding  in the amount of  $708,500 and Federal American Rescue Plan Act grant funding in the amount of $404,000 for provision of the Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) (Grants Fund)

Documents:
  1. 7.PDF
 

8. PARKING AND TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT/ POLICE DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending authorization of issuance of a purchase order to Motorola Solutions, Inc. (Motorola), for the purchase of sixty (60) Motorola radios and related items to be used by the Parking and Traffic Department. (Parking Fund)

Documents:
  1. 8.PDF
 

9. POLICE DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending authorization of payment of two (2) invoices submitted by Clearview AI, Inc. (Clearview) for technology subscription services. (General Fund)

Documents:
  1. 9.PDF
 

10. POLICE DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending adoption of a resolution amending the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget to include funds in the amount of $308,000, for the County of Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) to continue to provide supplemental law enforcement services. (General Fund)

Documents:
  1. 10.PDF
 

11. POLICE DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of an agreement with CNC Technologies, LLC (CNC), to provide a video downlink, an unmanned aircraft system support site, and related services. (Grant Fund)

Documents:
  1. 11.PDF
 

DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

 

DR-1. CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE

Staff report recommending approval of an Option to Purchase Agreement with Market Street, LLC, for a period of one hundred and fifty (150) days for the potential   purchase of real property located at 139 South Market Street, Inglewood, California identified as assessor identification number 4021-009-031 (“Property”) at a cost of $50,000 (General Fund)

Documents:
  1. DR-1.PDF
 

DR-2. ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending adoption of a resolution amending the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget, in the amount of $3,242,194, to provide the Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center (IBEC) Project and other Citywide inspection and plan check services. (General Fund) 

Documents:
  1. DR-2.PDF
 

DR-3. ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of a professional services agreement with California Code Specialties, Inc. (Consultant), for building inspection services for the Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center (IBEC). (General Fund)

Documents:
  1. DR-3.PDF
 

DR-4. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Bench Agreements for Right-of-Way (ROW) and Real Property Acquisition Services. (Measure R Grant Reimbursement Fund)

Documents:
  1. DR-4.PDF
 

DR-5. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending approval of an agreement with Caltrans related to the City of Inglewood's Market Street Streetscape Program and Market Street Façade and Tenant Improvement Program. 

Documents:
  1. DR-5.PDF
 

DR-6. SECTION 8, HOUSING, AND CDBG DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending receiving and filing of the status of the COVID-19 Inglewood Rent Relief Program.

Documents:
  1. DR-6.PDF
 

SETTING PUBLIC HEARING

 

SPH-1. FINANCE

Staff report recommending adoption of a resolution declaring the City’s intention to adopt the report of the Public Works Director concerning delinquent charges for sewer and refuse collection services for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, and requesting that a public hearing be set for any protest. 

Documents:
  1. SPH-1.PDF
 

ORDINANCES

 

O-1. HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending the introduction of the attached updated Salary Ordinance for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. 

Documents:
  1. O-1.PDF
 

REPORTS – CITY ATTORNEY

A-1.     Oral reports – City Attorney.

 

REPORTS – CITY MANAGER

CM-1.

Oral reports – City Manager.


 

REPORTS – CITY CLERK


CC-1.   Oral reports – City Clerk.


 

INGLEWOOD SUCCESSOR AGENCY

Call to Order 

Roll Call

 

CSA-1, 1, H-1

Warrant Registers.

Documents:
  1. 1, CSA-1, H-1.PDF
 

ADJOURNMENT INGLEWOOD SUCCESSOR AGENCY

 

INGLEWOOD HOUSING AUTHORITY

Call to Order 

Roll Call


 

H-1, 1, CSA-1

Warrant Registers.

Documents:
  1. 1, CSA-1, H-1.PDF
 

H-2. SECTION 8, HOUSING, AND CDBG DEPARTMENT

Staff report recommending authorization for the Executive Director to execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Infrastructure Funding Agreements and Other Shared Costs Budgets with the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) for resource sharing and joint infrastructure cost funding in connection to the One Stop Business and Career Center.

Documents:
  1. H-2.PDF
 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

H-PH-1. SECTION 8, HOUSING AND CDBG DEPARTMENT

Public hearing to consider the Inglewood Housing Authority’s One (1)-Year (2022-2023) Agency Plan.

Documents:
  1. H- PH- 1.PDF
 

ADJOURNMENT INGLEWOOD HOUSING AUTHORITY

 

APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS REGARDING OTHER MATTERS

Persons wishing to address the City Council on any matter connected with City business not elsewhere considered on the agenda may do so at this time.  Persons with complaints regarding City management or departmental operations are requested to submit those complaints first to the City Manager for resolution.
 

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REMARKS

The members of the City Council will provide oral reports, including reports on City related travels where lodging expenses are incurred, and/or address any matters they deem of general interest to the public.
 

ADJOURNMENT CITY COUNCIL

In the event that today’s meeting of the City Council is not held, or is concluded prior to a public hearing or other agenda item being considered, the public hearing or non-public hearing agenda item will automatically be continued to the next regularly scheduled City Council meeting. If you will require special accommodations, due to a disability, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (310) 412-5280 or FAX (310) 412-5533, One Manchester Boulevard, First Floor, Inglewood City Hall, Inglewood, CA 90301. All requests for special accommodations must be received 72 hours prior to the day of the Council Meetings.




  * No Accompanying Staff Report at the Time of Printing

** Serves in that Capacity for Successor Agency, Housing Authority, Finance Authority, Parking Authority, and Joint Powers Authority