Be on the lookout for MAJOR changes in Inglewood City Hall come the first of the year.
As you are aware, there are a LOT of job openings in the City that have been filled with long-term loyalists to Mayor James Butts.
It seems that now that the Inglewood Transit Connector is headed to the final stretch of securing the last amount needed for financing the construction, people are jumping ship.
If you are paying attention to the agendas for the Inglewood Transit Connector Joint Powers Authority, former City Manager Mark Weinberg has been stepping in for City Manager Artie Fields.
The Economic Development Manager position has moved to Administration instead of being a part of the Planning Department as it has been for decades.
The City just promoted a person to the Finance Director position and they are set to announce a new Assistant City Manager next week.
The City Attorney’s office is also seeking applicants.
You continuously point out the mayor says that “investors don’t invest in unstable leadership.”
Well, prepare for a rocky start to 2024. Bye!