The Inglewood city council convened today with another short agenda. Their main duties today were to approve new positions, update the salary ordinance, approve another legal consultant and appoint an assistant city manager.
In an odd move Councilman Ralph Franklin made HR Director Jose Cortes disclose why the salary ordinance was amended pertaining to two new positions.
The city created Transportation Demand Manager and Senior Program Specialist for the Office of Emergency Services (OES). Franklin wanted to ensure the public was aware of the changes.
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