According to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff “the ENA doesn’t specify the [Clippers] arena’s exact location, how tall the building would be or whether the parking would be on surface lots, underground or a garage.” Referring to a CEQA lawsuit filed by Inglewood Residents Against Takings and Evictions (IRATE) he found the lawsuit premature based on the above. The truth is, the application submitted for the Inglewood Basketball and Event Center DOES have a proposed project site, which includes residential properties.
Based on a comparison of what currently exists at the proposed location against the map included in the Clippers application, 102nd Street, will no longer exist.
Have Inglewood residents had enough of this council yet? You can change the course of action the city continues to lean towards when we vote next year on whether to keep this council in tact or not.