City Manager Craig Cornwell is asking the Compton City Council members to schedule a Public Hearing to sell city owned property located at 1950 N. Central Avenue. The site of the former roller skating rink, Skateland U.S.A.
The city intends to sell the property to Olson Urban Housing, LLC, which is owned by In Town Living Inc. The corporation, made up of Scott Laurie, Katherine Chandler and Mario Urzua, plan to develop 40 detached homes that are a combination of affordable and market rate.
The hearing is being requested for January 14, 2020.
Dallas, Texas based MV Transportation will receive a three year agreement, totaling $3.78 million dollars to run the city’s transit line, the Compton Renaissance.
The City Manager is requesting more changes to positions in the Fire Department to avoid overtime costs.
Finally, Councilmembers Michelle Chambers, Isaac Galvan and Tana McCoy are seeking authorization to travel to Sacramento for the League of CA Cities 2020 New Mayors and Council Members Academy. The staff report notes that receipts are required to receive the $75 daily per diem.