Inglewood residents living in the Renaissance, a residential gated community adjacent to SoFi Stadium continue to express their frustrations with the traffic and potential safety issues it brings.
During the Sept. 13 city council meeting one of the residents came forward to speak on being “trapped” in the community on event days, and had concerns about what happens during an emergency.
She also said the areas Councilwoman Dionne Faulk is unresponsive to residents concerns although she lives in the community as well.
Taxpayers pay Faulk an annual salary of $60,000 and her liaison nearly $100,000 to provide service to them and they are falling short.
Residents in the community continue to list their homes in excess of $1 million despite the obvious challenges that exist living next door to a 70,000 seat football stadium.