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Inglewood reduces rent cap to 3%

INGLEWOOD — In a move to protect longtime residents who lived here before recent sports and entertainment developments caused rents to rise, the City Council has proposed an updated rent stabilization ordinance that would lower the rent cap to 3% a year, though some exceptions would allow property owners to raise rents by 5%. “It Read More…

Lead Story Sports West Edition

Clippers pledge $100 million to Inglewood

INGLEWOOD — The city is discussing a proposal with the Los Angeles Clippers that would have the team invest $100 million in community development benefits as part of the plan to build the Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center, which the team wants to open in fall 2024. Up to $75 million of the proposed investment Read More…

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Uplift Inglewood Coalition moves its platform forward

By John W. Davis Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — Sometimes it takes a holistic approach to effect change in a community. Issues like housing, education, jobs, public green spaces, and civic participation could be considered separate topics. However, Woodrow Curry III, a co-founder of the Uplift Inglewood Coalition, thinks they are interconnected. He also believes the Read More…