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ON THE COVER

Chairman’s Message....................................................................5 CITY INFORMATION Inglewood City Government....................................................8 Mayor’s Message..........................................................................9 City Councilmen..........................................................................10 City Telephone Directory.........................................................12 Inglewood Police/Fire Dept...................................................14 Parks, Recreation & Community..........................................15 Economic & Community Devleopment.............................16 The History of Inglewood........................................................17

The new Hollywood Park Casino offers Las Vegas-style flavor and is one many new developments coming to Inglewood.

CHAMBER INFORMATION Presidents’s Message................................................................24 Membership Benefits................................................................25 Committess....................................................................26 Chamber Events............................................................27 2016 New Member List.............................................28 Government Numbers...............................................34 Business Directory.......................................................37 330 E. Queen St Inglewood, Calif 90301 310 677-1121 F 310 677-1001 www.inglewoodchamber.org

PROJECT MANAGED BY: ETNB Communications PUBLISHER: Norman I. Boseman Jr EDITORIAL & PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRIBUTORS: Emery Boseman Kamiesha Kirkwood Shameka Moten This entire publication and its contents are ©2017 Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, all rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission from the Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce is prohibited. Information in this directory is gathered from various sources and every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. The Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce assumes no responsibility for omissions, errors or misinformation. Please contact the Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce at the address above with any additions or corrections.

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WELCOME

A Message From The Chairman of The Board

Welcome to the 2017 Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce Business Directory,- a great resource for all things business and community in the great City of Inglewood. This directory is made possible by the Chamber’s membership, and is a handy tool to understand the totality of the changes for business and the community here in Inglewood. 2016 was a momentous year for business and community in Inglewood, and 2017 is shaping up to be even greater. Our Inglewood businesses are evolving as they meet at the intersection of technology and government. The Inglewood Chamber of Commerce touts the interests of its membership and vigorously advocates for business growth and connectivity in the City of Inglewood and beyond. The Board of Directors and the President of the Chamber engage the membership through regular monthly mixers to encourage them to fellowship with one another both personally and professionally. The Chamber offers several committees by which membership can get involved with the City and grow their business. And of course, we are a major partner in the Annual “State of the City” which introduces attendees to the grandeur and greatness of all that is happening in Inglewood. As we move into 2017, the Board of Directors has a plan of action to evolve and expand our activities so that we can support our membership in even greater ways. Using our ingenuity and savvy capabilities, we will support our membership such that we catapult onto the international scene and become the premier Chamber in a City that is destined to be world renowned. Our future is bright, and this directory is a mere glimpse of the assets that are contained in Inglewood. It is my hope that this directory serve as a guide to you in not only developing and seeking business opportunities, but also as a means of encouragement for you to further connect with the great City of Inglewood! To Your Success,

Jamie Wright, ESQ.

Centinela Hospital Medical Center Celebrates Completion of Seismic Retrofit Project

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GOVERNMENT

It is the primary responsibility of the City Council to set the policies, is concerned with all municipal activities. The City Council meets weekly to enact laws, to formulate policies and to adopt programs that will best serve needs of the citizens.

CITY OFFICIALS JAMES T. BUTTS JR., MAYOR GEORGE DOTSON Councilman, District 1 ALEX PADILLA Councilman, District 2 ELOY MORALES, JR. Councilman, District 3 RALPH L. FRANKLIN Councilman, District 4 POLICY & ADMINISTRATION Inglewood is a charter city of the State of California. This means that the basic law of the City is set down in a Municipal Charter ratified by the people of our city and approved by the state government. This charter enumerates the fields in which the City may govern itself, the principal officials of the city government, and outlines the basic duties of various officials of the city government. The city charter also sets forth the fields of activity for which the city government is responsible. The principal activities are police and fire protection, public services (streets, roads, sewers, storm drains, sanitation, etc.) water supply, building inspection (inspection and control of public and private buildings for the protection of the citizens), parks and recreation programs, and libraries. The City of Inglewood is governed by a City Council of five members. One Councilperson is elected in each of the four districts. The fifth memers are the Mayor, who is elected from the city at large. The City Clerk and City Treasurer also are elected from the city at large. Elected officials must secure a majority, more than half of the votes cast, with run offs if necessary

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The Mayor, in addition to representing the entire City at large, presides at all meetings of the City Council, signs all documents, such as contracts, ordinance, resolutions, etc., and is the official representative of the City on such County and area-wide groups as the Sanitation District, League of California Cities, National League of Cities and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Other members of the City Council also serve as representatives on groups such as the South Bay Cities Council of Governments, Southern California Association of Governments, and the Inglewood / Airport Area Chamber of Commerce and other governmental related organizations. In order to carry on the day-to-day business of the of the City in the most efficient manner, the Mayor and City Council employ a City Manager, whose position is authorized by the City Charter. This individual is a professional governmental administrator whose primary responsibility is to transform the policies and determinations of the City Council into concrete results. The City Manager acts in the capacity of a general manager and coordinator. Each department head is responsible to the City Manager for the activities of his or her department. In turn, the City Manager is responsible to the City Council for activities of all City departments. The City Council members are responsible to the people of the City, particularly those in the district which they represent. Through this line of authority, the wishes of the majority of the citizens of the City of Inglewood are carried out by the City government, and it is this responsiveness to the will of the citizenry that forms the basis of our local democracy.

COUNCIL COMMITTEES In July of 2003, the City of Inglewood created eight Council Committees. The Committees consists of the following: Community Development, Public Safety, Public Information, Community Services, Budget and Finance, Public Works, Aviation Committee and the Planning and Research Committee. CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMISSIONS Several functions of the City are reviewed by advisory commissions made up of civic-minded citizens. The citizens who serve on these various commissions are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. Their services have been invaluable in a variety of areas including: arts, aviation, citizen police oversight, civil services, construction appeals, housing advisory, library, parks and recreation, parking and traffic, and planning and zoning. CITY CLERK The City Clerk is an elected official and serves a four-year term of office. The City Clerk is the custodian of the official records and documents of the City and is responsible for the custody of the City Seal. In addition, the City Clerk supervises the conduct of all municipal elections held in the City, registration of voters and the administration of oaths. CITY TREASURER The City Treasurer is an elected official and serves a four-term. The City Treasurer is responsible for depositing all monies received by the City, and for maintaining records of the available funds and investments as designated and approved by the City Council. The Treasurer shall name the bank or banks that shall redeem warrants, signed by proper officer or officers, for claims or demands which have previously been approved by the Council, and shall approve such agreements with such banks as may be contemplated by law in connection with the deposit of public monies.


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JAMES T. BUTTS JR

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he once again fabulous Forum opened on January 1 5, 2014 and by December, it was the number one concert venue in the greater Los Angeles area having doubled the number of concerts held at the Staples Center in Downtown LA. The MTV Video Music Awards were held at the Forum, and the City of Inglewood was once again in the international spotlight. In 2015 the Forum continued its dominance in the concert venue industry. We salute Jim Dolan, I rv Azoff and Live Nation, and Nick Spampanato for their continued commitment to excellence. On January 1 2, 201 6, the NFL owners voted to allow the Rams to relocate to Inglewood, California. Construction will commence this spring on an 80,000 seat (1 00,000 with standing room spaces used) NFL Specification stadium. I t will be the largest (3 million square feet), most expensive (2,66 Billion dollars) arena in the world. Hollywood Park Land Company partnered with the Kroneke Group in a joint venture to add a sports entertainment zone to the existing Hollywood Park Specific Plan. The plan now calls for 780,000 square feet of high end office space, 800,000 square feet of retail

Message To The City of Champions

and dining space, 2,500 residential units, a hotel and a movie theater. There will be 4 public parks covering 26 acres. Adding project to the existing plan is projected to result in 40,000 jobs during the build-out phase (6 to 7 years) and 1 2,000 permanent fulltime and part-time jobs upon completion. Our goal is for 35% of these jobs would go to Inglewood residents. The 780,000+ square feet of retail office space is expected to house professional corporations in part resulting in middle and upper middle class income jobs here in Inglewood.

ground for construction in mid-201 6 with a completion date of November 2017. Tom Saffron and Associates was selected to develop Market Street starting with the abandoned Buffington Cadillac site at La Brea and Florence. This Transit-Oriented Development sits across from what will be locally known as “Champions Station” of the Metro Rail system. Some of the project’s features include the following:

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Work has begun on Century Blvd with a completion date in 18 months. A new community center, built at no cost to Inglewood Taxpayers, is being constructed where the abandoned Thrifty Gas Station has lain fallow for 17+ years at La Cienega and Fairview. It will open by April of this year. The public private partnership (P3) will generate revenue to the City from digital signage that will be permitted in exchange for the use of the land along with shared revenue from advertising fees. We expect to engage in more P3 enterprises in the future. The Senior Center (Queen and Locust) design work has been completed and will break

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GOVERNMENT

DISTRICT 1

GEORGE DOTSON GDotson@cityofinglewood.org (310) 412-8602

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n June 2013, George Dotson was elected City Councilman to represent Inglewood’s First District capturing an overwhelming 58% of votes cast. A resident of Inglewood for over 44 years, and former Commissioner for 20 years, George brings to the Council a passion for safer neighborhoods and communities, local economic development and job growth through revitalization efforts, and an improved quality of life for residents impacted by LAX, by championing residential modernization and sound installation programs. George was a founding member of the 4th Ave Block Club envisioning it as a way to improve communications between neighbors, create a shared responsibility for keeping an eye open for suspicious activities, share helpful information about City events and provide scholarships to local students residing within the boundaries of the block club. It’s this commitment to local students and schools that motivated George to work tirelessly on behalf of Measure K which is providing over $50 million to Inglewood Unified for capital improvements across all campuses in the District. George was a founding member of the Martin Luther King Day committee in Inglewood which organizes events annually so that Inglewood students and residents learn from the accomplishments of Dr. King and honor his legacy. George was also a founding member of the Inglewood Lion’s Club.

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ALEX PADILLA APadilla@cityofinglewood.org (310) 412-8601

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r. Padilla’s law enforcement career spans 30 years of service with the Santa Monica Police Department, where he retired as a Captain in December of 2009. During his tenure with the department, he was responsible for the preparation and review of personnel and disciplinary investigations, budgets, staffing analysis, implementing policies and procedures, staffing and deployment of personnel for major incidents/events, strategic planning, and setting department-wide goals and objectives. Mr. Padilla also served as the commander for the Crisis and Hostage Negotiation Team, Field Training Officers Program, Liability Assessment Unit, Youth Services Division and the Special Enforcement Division. Mr. Padilla has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Redlands. He is a graduate of the Police Officers Standard of Training (POST) Executive Development Course, the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute Program (SMIP), which is taught by professors from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and is a graduate of POST Command College Class 46, a master’s level program focused on the future of law enforcement.

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ELOY MORALES JR. EMorales@cityofinglewood.org (310) 412-8603

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loy Morales, Jr., was elected to serve the 3rd District of Inglewood on April 1, 2003. He brings with him a strong background in community involvement, education, and working with the families of Inglewood through his position as a representative for the State Assembly. As a Field Representative, Eloy Morales, Jr., worked with State Assembly Member Jerome E. Horton to bring Medical Care, Scholarships, and a responsive government to the citizens of the Inglewood community. Through his dedicated work within the district, he was elected to serve as the Chair of the Democratic Party’s 51st Assembly District. As a demonstration of his commitment to the Inglewood community, Eloy Morales, Jr., along with his father and founder Eloy Morales, Sr., worked for many years to establish a first class sports program for the underprivileged children in the Inglewood community. This program has been in existence for over 20 years, and it has enriched the lives of many children. Eloy Morales, Jr. has resided in the 3rd District of the Inglewood community for 25 years. Eloy earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from California State University, Northridge and a Juris Doctorate Degree from California Western School of Law. Mr. Morales, Jr., resides with his wife, Ana and son, Nicolas in the 3rd Councilmanic District.

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RALPH FRANKLIN RFranklin@cityofinglewood.org (310) 412-8605

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n September 16, 2003, Ralph L. Franklin was first elected to the Inglewood City Council to represent the 4th Councilmanic District. His charismatic character and outstanding leadership resulted in him being re-elected, again, to a second, third and now his fourth and current term of office which began in April 2015. For more three (3) decades, Councilman Franklin has demonstrated his civic commitments. He is also a Lifetime member of the New Frontier Democratic Club, a Diamond Life Member of the NAACP and has displayed his spiritual commitment as a faithful member of Crenshaw Christian Center for more than 40 years. Councilman Franklin earned his Associate of Arts Degree in Business Management from Los Angeles City College, his Bachelor of Science in Business Management, with a Minor in Public Relations, from Woodbury University, and he has received a Special Certificate for the 2-year Food Marketing Management Program from the University of Southern California. Councilman Franklin and his wife, Juanita, have been residents of the 4th District for more than 40 years and have three adult children -- Felicia, Gabriella, and Ralph II -- and three grandchildren - Mariah, Ethan and `Abri.

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INGLEWOOD Telephone Directory

www.cityofinglewood.org

To Report A Fire...............................................911 Medical Emergency –Paramedics..................911 Police Emergency..............................................911 AMBULANCE-CALL PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE

FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS Refuse Service……......……..…....310/412-5333 Water Service…………….....….....310/412-5310 Employment Information…….….310/412-5460 Housing –Section 8…………........310/412-5221 Senior Citizens Assistance…..........310/412-5338 CITY ADMINISTRATION MAYOR James T. Butts, Jr…..........................310/412-5300 COUNCILMEMBERS Dist. 1 George Dotson…................310/412-8602 Dist. 2 Alex Padilla……..….......…310/412-8601 Dist. 3 Eloy Morsales ….................310/412-8603 Dist. 4 Ralph Franklin….........…...310/412-8605 Animal Control...........….......….....310/523-9566 Building Permits..........…………..310/412-5294 Business Licsence...........….............310/412-5500 City Attorney.........……….............310/412-5372 City Clerk.......…………….............310/412-5280 City Council.......…………..…......310/412-5320 City Treasurer............…………......310/412-5642 Office of the City Manager 310/412-5301 Aircraft Noise Franklin…...........…310/412-8605 ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Planning………...........…………..310/412-5230 Code Enforcement…….................310/412-5590 Successor Agency……..........….....310/412-5320 Housing …………...................…..310/412-5221

Administration…….............……..310/412-5333 Construction Inspection...….…....310/412-5333 Engineering Division……….....…310/412-5333 Parking Meter Information……...310/412-5333 Permits…………………................310/412-5333 Sign & Street Painting….......…….310/412-5340 Signal Failure…….....……….....…310/412-5340 Signals & Street Lights.......…........310/412-5340 Traffic Engineering........…….........310/412-5333 FINANCE DEPARTMENT Accounting………...……………..310/412-5365 Administration & Information.....310/412-5257 Purchasing…………………….…310/412-5266 Revenues & Business Taxes….......310/412-5500 Budget & Treasury……………….310/412-5100 Water & Refuse Billing………......310/412-5310 FIRE DEPARTMENT All Emergencies................................................911 Fire Prevention...............................323/890-4130 Fire Station #170 10701 S. Crenshaw Blvd................310/419-2198 Fire Station #171 141 W. Regent St.............................310/419-2160 Fire Station #173 9001 S. Crenshaw Blvd...................310/419-2190 HEALTH DEPARTMENT 123 W. Manchester Blvd.................310/419-5325 HOUSING AUTHORITY..............310/412-5221 LIBRARY Main 101 W. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90301 Information......................................310/412-5380 Office Administration.....................310/412-5397 Other Branch libraries Crenshaw-Imperial Branch 11141 Crenshaw blvd., Ing. CA 90303 ...........................................................310/412-5403 MARRIAGE LICENSE Norwalk............................................562/462-2137

EDWARD VINCENT PARK 700 Warren Lane, Ing….................310/412-5370

COMMUNITY DEPARTMENT SVCS ...........................................................310/412-5483 Graffiti Abatement..........................310/412-8739 Parking Code Enforcement...........310/412-8731 Property Maintenance....................310/412-5590

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Hotline for Service Request 24/7...310/412-5000

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT ...........................................................310/412-5460

DOG LICENSES……......……..…310/412-5280

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Job Hotline.......................................310/412-8888 POLICE DEPARTMENT All Emergencies.................................................911 Business Calls Administration.................................310/412-5200 Community Affairs..........................310/412-5530 Detective Section..............................310/412-5240 Police Front Desk.............................310/412-5210 Jail......................................................310/412-5325 Narcotics...........................................310/412-5528 Parking Enforcement.......................310/412-8731 Records & Identification..................310/412-5215 Recruitment............................1-866-4-IPD-JOBS Traffic Information..........................310/412-5207 FOR SERVICE NOT LISTED ABOVE CALL DAY OR NIGHT...................310/412-5210 FOR SPEECH & HEARING IMPAIRED TTY ONLY ............................................................310/677-2125 Non Emergency Police Business ............................................................310/412-8771 PUBLIC WORKS SERVICES Solid Waste........................................310/412-5333 City Service Center..........................310/412-5340 Curb & Gutter Repair.......................310/412-5340 Refuse Billing....................................310/412-5500 Refuse Collection- Billing Inquiry ............................................................310/412-5310 For Special Picks-Ups....................(800) 299-4898 Sewer Maintenance..........................310/412-5340 Storm Drain Maintenance..............310/412-5340 Street Sealing Information..............310/412-5340 Street Sweeping.................................310/412-5340 Streets & Sidewalks..........................310/412-5340 PARKS, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Administration.................................310/412-8750 Vincent Park.....................................310/412-5370 700 Warren Lane, Ing., CA 90302 Darby Park........................................310/412-5391 3400 W. Arbor Vitae. Ing., CA 90302 Rogers Park.......................................310/412-5504 400 W. Beach Ave., Ing., CA 90302 Siminski Park...................................310/412-5455 9717 InglewooD Ave. Ing., CA 90302 Swimming Pool- Summer Only.....310/412-5452 Tennis Reservations.........................310/412-5370 Cultural..............................................310/412-8700 Park Maintenance.............................310/412-5228 Trees and Park Maintenance............310/412-5483 Rec. Office..........................................310/412-5483 Playhouse...........................................310/412-5451 Pre-School Program.........................310/412-5504 Senior Citizens Center 330 Warren Lane, Ing......................310/412-5338 Sports Program.................................310/412-5370 SUCCESSOR AGENCY...................310/412-5230


Telephone Directory CITY REFUSE COLLECTION Consolidated Disposal Services..(800)299-4894 Community Services.......................310/412-5508

encing difficulties with housing, food, language, children, school and other problems Information may be obtained by calling (310) 412-5508

SCHOOL - PUBLIC Inglewood Unified School District ...........................................................310/412-2500

VOLUNTEER PROGRAM The Department offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups 14 or over to share their time and talents, gaining valuable experiences, obtaining new skills or enhancing old ones, while participating in various recreation and community service programs. Volunteers can work from 3 to 40 hours per week. Regular assignments range from phoning homebound seniors, tutoring, mentoring and teaching arts and crafts, producing promotional materials, coordinating activities and coaching youth sports such as soccer, football, baseball and tennis, to name a few. In addition, special volunteer positions can be created for persons with special skills and interests. Training, recognition and special activities are reserved for volunteers who are scheduled on a regular basis.

SENIOR CITIZENS ASSISTANCE 330 Warren Lane, Ing., CA 90301 ...........................................................310/412-5338 SIGN & STREET PAINTING.........310/412-5333 SIGNAL FAILURE..........................310/412-5333 STREETS & SIDEWALKS..............310/412-5340 TREE MAINTENANCE & TRIMMING ...........................................................310/412-5483 VOTER INFORMATION..............310/412-5280 WATER SERVICE Customer Service............................310/412-5310 Establishing New Services...............310/412-5310 WATER QUALITY..........................310/412-5472 WEED & DEBRIS ABATEMENT ...........................................................310/412-5590 ZONING...........................................310/412-5230 FOR OFFICES OR SERVICES NOT LISTED CALL ...........................................................310/412-5111 YOUTH TENNIS LEAGUE The City of Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department offer a Youth Tennis League. The creation of the Inglewood Youth Tennis League is designed to feature competition for youth ages 8 through 18 at Ash wood, Rogers, Darby, Vincent and North Parks. This year-round program provides an atmosphere in which youngsters gain valuable experience and knowledge in tennis sportsmanship. The program features league play and provides instruction with emphasis on sportsmanship. Registration is continuous throughout the year. COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INGLEWOOD YOUTH The Inglewood Youth Action Plan serves as a guide to positive actions by youth. For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call (310) 412-5508 FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM The Family Support Program offers counseling and referrals to families who may be experi-

SENIOR CITIZENS MULTI-PURPOSE CENTER The Inglewood Senior Center id=s for persons 50 years of age and older who seek information and assistance for problems unique to senior citizens. A variety of supportive services are offered, such as classes, recreation, nutrition, transportation, care management , information and referral, support groups and home- delivered meals for the homebound. For more information, please call (310)412-5338 I-LINE SHUTTLE Free transportation on the I-Line Shuttle is available throughout the downtown Inglewood area to retailers, bank s, hospitals, parks and other community service centers. The shuttle, an old fashioned trolley car, runs Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., from Market St. to La Brea Avenue to Centinela and Century. Look for the I-Line Shuttle take you there. For more information, please call (310) 412-5338 or (310) 412-4378 for route information. DISCOUNT TAXIS A discount taxi service is available for seniors and persons with disabilities (certified). Coupon books worth $30 are sold at the Senior Center for $5. Books are sold from 4th through 10th of each month from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. For more information, please call (310)412-5338 DISCOUNT MTA SENIOR AND DISABLED PERSONS’ BUS PASSES Monthly bus passes are available for $7 at the Senior Center for Inglewood residents (certified). Passes are issued from the 25th of the month from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information, please call (310) 412-5338

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TRANSPORTATION The Senior Center provides door-to-door transportation in wheelchair lift-equipped vans for seniors and persons with disabilities (certified) who are residents of Inglewood, Hawthorne, and Lennox .Individual and group scheduling is available for medical, banking, shopping and other personal appointments within the three cities. Reservations may be made Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. as early as two weeks in advance but preferably no later than three working days. Fare is $0.50 each way. Van passes for $5 per month are available for frequent rides. For more information, please call (310) 412-4378 or (310) 412-5338. PARKS, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY CENTERS Adobe Park 7634 Muirfield Ave………...…….(310)649-6272 Ashwood Park 201 S. Ash Ave………………..….(310)412-5504 Center Park 3600 W. 111TH St……………….(310)412-5391 Circle Park 8300 Fifth Ave ….....………..……(310)412-5370 Darby Park 3400 Arbor Vitae………………...(310)412-5391 Lockhaven Community Center 11125 Doty Ave……………..…...(310)412-5391 North Park Hargrave Avenue…….......………(310)412-5370 Queen Park 652 Queen St………………….....(310)412-5370 Roger Park 400 W. Beach Ave……....………..(310)412-5504 Siminski Park 9717 Inglewood Ave…......………(310)412-5455 Veterans’ Memorial Building 330 Warren Lane………….......…(310)412-5412 Vincent Park 700 Warren Lane………..……….(310)412-5370 Senior Citizens’ Center 330 Warren Lane…………..…….(310)412-5338 SKATE PARKS Inglewood has three thriving skate parks at the following locations: Darby Park, 3400 W. Arbor Vitae Roger Park, 400 W. Beach Vincent Park, 700 Warren Lane The facilities range in size from 5,000 to 7,000 square feet, and are equipped with ramps, fin boxes, grind rails, benches, wedges and quarter pipes. The skate parks are open from dawn to dusk. Skates are required to wear safety gear including a helmet with a fastened chinstrap, elbow pads and kneepads. Children age 14 years and younger must be supervised by an adult.

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INGLEWOOD Inglewood

The Inglewood Police Department enjoys the support and mutual respect of the diverse community it serves. The Department is committed to its motto “Making the difference” by providing quality service to its citizens, nurturing an atmosphere of respect for all persons, maintaining the highest levels of professionalism and fostering a spirit of teamwork within the community. Approximately 250 sworn and civilian personnel make up the Inglewood Police family. The Department stands ready to provide the highest level of service in all phases of law enforcement, including crisis situations of every imaginable magnitude and variety. Highly trained personnel are provided the very best in policing equipment, such as an enhanced “911” system, to assist them in responding to calls for service. Specialized Units, such as the Department’s Canine Corps, Motorcycle Squad and SWAT Team, augment a proactive Patrol force. The detective and administrative support personnel enhance the Department’s investigative and enforcement responsibilities. Four Police Community Centers are located in the city of Inglewood to allow Inglewood residents convenient access to certain police services. The locations are as follows: Police Community Center 1 943 N. La Brea Avenue Inglewood, CA 90302 (310) 330-5337

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Police Community Center 2 129 W. Arbor Vitae Street Inglewood, CA 90301 (310) 674-0152 FAX (310) 674-6873 Police Community Center 3 2901 W. Manchester Boulevard Inglewood, CA 90305 (310) 330-5330 FAX (310)751-0034 Police Community Center 4 2666 W. Imperial Highway Inglewood, CA 90303 (310) 330-5346 FAX (310) 330-5353

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In the on-going campaign to provide citizens with an understanding of law enforcement function and the intricacies of police work, the Department conducts a Community Police Academy. This ten-week academy, staffed by various Department experts, affords citizens an excellent opportunity to learn about the Department offers to the community. It also provides a venue for the public to interact with police officers in a mutual learning environment

The Inglewood Police Department embraces a community-oriented approach to policing. The Neighborhood Watch program is at the heart of this strategy, and encourages a crime prevention agenda that utilizes citizens to help act as the “eyes and ears” of the Police Department. The business Watch program addresses the business community and its specific needs.

PARKING & TRAFFIC SERVICES The mission of the Parking and Traffic Services Section is to maintain the highest level of public order through effective parking enforcement by (1) issuing parking citations, (2) maintaining an aggressive abandoned vehicle and nuisance abatement program, (3) coordinating traffic control at special events, and (4) administering the Crossing Guard Program. The Section is located on the 2nd Floor of City Hall and may be contacted at (310) 412-8732.

A fine group of volunteers help with several auxiliary functions. Police Chaplains provide specialized assistance as counselors and spiritual advisers. Other volunteers perform various

For additional information about the Inglewood Police Department, go to http://www. inglewoodpd.org and follow us on Twitter at Inglewood_PD.

Los Angeles County Station 170 10701 S. Crenshaw Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90304 (310)419-2198

administrative and support duties on behalf of the Department.

Station 171 141 W. Regent St. Inglewood, CA 90301 (310)419-2160 Battalion GQ 310-419-2165

Department Station 173 9001 S. Crenshaw Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90303 (310)419-2190


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Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department The Department‘s mission is to help to improve the quality of life for all citizens through innovative programs and facilities of recreation. Included in the overall community services efforts are programs that generate family wellness and promote individual self-esteem. Traditional service delivery paradigms are being challenged. As a result, recreation programs that emphasize throwing out balls and bats to kids are not enough and are augmented with programs that promote feelings of accomplishment and fulfillment; a sense of connectedness and community; life-long learning and joy through sponsored and city-assisted recreation programs. The City of Inglewood has 10 parks that include two recreational centers, Lockhaven Community Center, Veterans’ Memorial Building and senior citizens’ center which are available to the residents for their leisure time activities. The Parks Division provides maintenance for these sites as well as for street median/islands and approximately 25,000 trees planted throughout the city. In addition, the Parks Division services the Civic Center Complex, Grevillea Mall. Water Treatment Plant, City Service Center and 35 acres of parkways. The Parks Division takes pride in the care, upkeep and maintenance of City Libraries, park grounds, parkways, public restrooms, and open green space. The Division encourages citizen participation in community beautification by presenting opportunities for volunteer involvement. Through planning projects. For more information about the planting projects, please call (310)412-8700. LIBRARY DIVISION The mission of the library division (Inglewood Public Library) is to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational services and resources responsive to the library’s diverse communities. The range of services include: children’s youth and adult programs. Computer classes, audio visual services, e-books, and passport services. The Inglewood Public Library is located at 101 W. Manchester Boulevard and may be contacted at (310) 412-5380; the Crenshaw-Imperial Branch Boulevard and may be contacted at (310) 412-5403.

GRAFFITI ABATEMENT The mission of the Graffiti Abatement Section is to eliminate blighted conditions and improve neighborhoods by continuing aggressive to remove graffiti from private and public property. All graffiti on private or public property should br reported to the Graffiti Abatement Hotline at (310) 412-8739 AFTER SCHOOL RECREATION PROGRAM The After School Recreation Program provides a variety of recreation centering activities for children ages 5-13 including gymnastics, music, art, sports, dance, modeling and school study groups for homework completion. The programs operates Monday through Friday for children in Kindergarten through eighth grade at elementary Schools in the Inglewood Unified School District. For more information, please call (310)412-8750 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM (PR-SCHOOL) The City of Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Library Services Department Early childhood Education Program has been successful in developing a plethora of learning activities for small children. Activities are geared to each specific age group and include small and large motor skills development, rhythm and musical activities, science exploration and reading readiness. The program is operated at three locations- Lock- haven Community Center, Rogers Park, and Siminski Park – with morning and afternoon classes. CULTURAL SECTION This program serves people of all ages, from preschool to senior citizens. Classes are designed so that participants may progress from basic techniques to more advanced skills. The program is divided into six categories: art, drama, dance, music special interest activities, and special events, Program change continually in order to keep pace with the needs and interests of the participants. For information, call the Cultural Section at (310) 412-8700

INGLEWOOD PLAYHOUSE THEATER Inglewood Playhouse Theater the Inglewood Playhouse, located in Vincent Park, features productions utilizing professional actors in dramatic works of value. SPORT SECTION Inglewood Playhouse Theater The Inglewood Playhouse, located in Vincent Park, features productions utilizing professional actors in dramatic works of value. ADULT SPORT PROGRAM Softball and baseball are the activities offered for adults. RECREATION CENTER PROGRAM Recreation Center Programs Recreation centers at Darby Park, Rogers Park and Siminski Park are available for use by the citizens of our community. Meeting rooms are available for groups, as are kitchen facilities. Activities include slim and trim, folk dancing, craft, physical fitness and other social, physical and cultural opportunity. SWIMMING POOL PROGRAMS (SUMMER) The Chief activity of the swimming pool Vincent Park includes recreational swimming and daily swimming instruction. BOXING PROGRAM Inglewood’s Boxing Program is designed to service youth 9 to 18 years of age. It operates yearround Monday through Thursday at 5:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. at Rogers Park. This program offers boxing training and exhibitions and is co-sponsored through the Inglewood Police Activities League. Individuals and companies may call regarding sponsorship opportunities for youth boxers at (310)412-5370 or (310)412-5504 TENNIS COURTS Tennis Courts in Vincent Park, Darby Park, Roger Park, ASHWOOD Park, North Park are available to the general public on a daily basis USTA-sanctioned tournaments are conducted.

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ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT The reconfigured Economic and Community Development Department consolidates the activities of four Divisions to enhance interdepartmental coordination and facilitate the City’s key economic and community development objectives for balance of safe, attractive and well-maintained residential communities, vibrant commercial centers, and varied manufacturing and employment opportunities for residents. The Department consists of the Successor Agency (Former Redevelopment Agency) operations including economic development, Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement Divisions. The mission of the Department is in equal measures to ensure safe and sound physical development that promotes long-term economic development and job creation: promote physical and social revitalization; assure the safety, appearance, and value of buildings and property in the City, and enhance opportunities for development in the community, in partnership with public and private sector entities. SUCCESSOR AGENCY (310)412-5230 The Successor Agency implements the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS) to complete the wind-down of redevelopment projects and to provide limited economic development services to encourage a range of businesses within the community. PLANNING DIVISION (310) 412-5230 The Planning Division includes current planning and zoning, advanced planning, and coordinates comprehensive inter-department review of all development projects throughout the City. Planning activities provide broad, long term direction for the implementation of the General Plan which prescribes policies that enhance the quality of development. BUILDING DIVISION (310) 412-5294 The Building Division is responsible for the review, approval, and inspection of all building projects within the City. They enforce minimum requirements to safeguard the public health, safety, and general welfare through building plan check and inspection programs. The Division also performs pre-sale inspections for all properties sold within the City. CODE ENFORCEMENT (310) 412-5590 The Code Enforcement Division is charged with enhancing the quality of life for Inglewood residents, business, and visitors through the provision of comprehensive social and community beautification services and programs.

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HISTORY OF

Inglewood’s rich history begins with Centinela Adobe, situated on Rancho Aguaje De la Centinela, which was built in 1834 by Ygnacio Machado, son of one of the soldiers protecting the first settlers of Los Angeles, on their way from Mexico. After several additions and owners, two land grants- Rancho Aguaje de Centinela and Rancho Suasal Ranando- were bought by Sir Robert Burnett of Scotland, leased by and later sold to Daniel Freeman from Canada.

The Air Age began in 1927 when the Andrew Bennett Ranch was leased by Los Angeles and converted into Mines Field (later LAX). Charles Lindbergh flew the first passenger and National Air Races were initiated in 1928 with Lindbergh as one of the flyers.

Influenced by Charles Nordhoff ’s “California for Health, Pleasure and residence: A book for Travelers and Settlers.” Freedom settled in Centinela Ranch, where he felt the cool sea breeze would benefit his wife’s poor health. There he built a vast empire through dry farming, shipping millions of bushels of barley from his wharf at Playa Del Rey.

When the Marathon Race of the 1932 Olympics came through Inglewood, her future as the “City of Champions” began. Three Inglewood High School alumni were Olympics winners (Hector Dyer, track; Frank Booth, water polo; and George Jefferson, pole vault). Until World War II, Inglewood had been the hub of an agricultural area with the Inglewood High School Farm at Kelso and Inglewood Avenue an important part of the curriculum. Defense industries transformed it into an urban community when industrial activity, stimulated by the war, brought new workers and their families to the city.

Inglewood was the first settlement to be carved out of the 25,000- acre Centinela Ranch in 188 shortly after a railroad station had been built in the area. The new town of 300 residents opened the first day of school , May 21, if that same year enrolling 33 children in a new livery stable until the school building could be erected. Town politics also began in 1888 when F.B. Mitchell was appointed deputy county clerk and A.M. Rollins was sworn in as deputy sheriff after the town’s ornamental cannon had been blown to bits in a prank. In 1905, Inglewood recovered from a nationwide financial crash after establishing a Poultry Colony in the present North Inglewood. Inglewood Park Cemetery was developed and the street car line brought both coffins and mourners. February 8, 1908 – Inglewood, with a booming 1, 200 population, was incorporated as a city, but it was the earthquake of 1920 that put it on the map. People came to see the damage and stayed because of the wonderful climate. From 1920 to 1925, Inglewood was the fastest growing city in the United State. After 1923, Inglewood became the Chinchilla Capital of the world when P.F. Chapman brought the animals here from the Peruvian Andes.

The national Space and Missile Systems program was undertaken in 1954, in the old St. John’s Catholic School at Manchester and Locust, when the U.S. Air Force established the Western Development Division. A team of military engineers and scientists developed the country’s first Intercontinental Ballistic Missile – the Atlas. During the 1960’s and 70’s, Inglewood continued to grow and develop, taking on a ‘metropolitan’ look. The City became racially integrated in both its residential and business communities; it was now the home of two major hospitals – Centinela and Daniel Freeman; the “ City of Champions” was now the site of Hollywood Park Racetrack, recently celebrating 50 years of championship horseracing, and the Forum, constructed in the late’60s to become the home of the World Champion Lakers basketball team and the Kings hockey team, as well as featuring World Class Tennis played by the Strings, plus championship boxing.

It was during this time Inglewood skyline changed to include the high-rise buildings was the modern City Hall and Civic Center complex, constructed as a joint effort by the City and County of Los Angeles and dedicated in 1973. The Civic Center contains the City Hall, Police and Fire headquarters, the main library, County Courts and Health facilities. The City’s reputation and its accessibility to major freeways and Los Angeles Airport made it an attractive business investment and an ideal location for the rapidly expanding air frights business. High rise office buildings began to go up, with newest being the 14-story, $50 million Trizec building on La Cienega near Century Boulevard. Inglewood is no longer a sleepy little settlement in the country. With a population of more than 112,000, it is alive, thriving and in the center of an ever-changing Centinela Valley where the old Machado abode blends with the new landmarks to remind residents of the rich heritage of the City and the fact that history still being made in Inglewood. Today the Historical Society of the Centinela Valley, in cooperation with the Inglewood Recreation and Community Services Department, maintains and exhibits the Centinela Adobe Complex at 7643 Midfield. Among the landmarks are the 1934 Adobe, 1887 Daniel Freeman Land Office and the Centinela VALLEY Heritage and Research Center. Through mementos from the 1888 Freeman mansion, more than 10,000 photo-graphs chronicling the evolution of Centinela Valley, books and other memorabilia, generations to come may explore their city’s exceptional progress.

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INGLEWOOD AIRPORT AREA A Message From The President As the President of the Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, Erick Holly plays an important role in the city’s renewal efforts by working to attract new development and serving as a liaison between businesses and local government.

330 E. Queen St Inglewood, Calif 90301 310 677-1121 F 310 677-1001 www.inglewoodchamber.org

CHAMBER STAFF Erick Holly

President erick@inglewoodchamber.org

Joyce Beard

Chief Financial Officer

joyce@inglewoodchamber.org

Shameka Moten Office Manager

shameka@inglewoodchamber.org

Kamiesha Kirkwood

Office Admin info@inglewoodchamber.org

Norman Boseman Jr Information Technology nboseman@hotmail.com

Our Chamber of Commerce is an action agency design designed to meet community or area needs. It is a voluntary organization of individuals and businesses who band together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interests of a community or area. Among other things it is a civic clearinghouse, a public relations counselor, legislative representative at the local, state and national levels of government, an information bureau, and a research and promotion medium. The variety of a Chamber’s activities is virtually unlimited, depending on community needs and the desire and ability of the Chamber to meet those needs. Its overall mission of community development is determined by the organization’s program…..its goals, usually called a Program of Work, Blueprint for Action, Goals for Progress, Action Agenda or similar title. Join our Chamber of Commerce and become part of a vibrant and vital community organization.

The Inglewood / Airport Area Chamber of Commerce is a diversified non-profit (501C-6) business organization whose membership is composed of people and business who unite together to pursue community and economic goals for the betterment of all who live, work and own businesses in the Inglewood Airport Area. The 32-member Chamber Board of Directors is accountable to the membership for any action, plan or program undertaken in the name of the Chamber , and the Board employs a full=time paid executive who is responsible for the day-2-day activities and operation of the organization. The Chamber, in addition to its many active committees and task forces, has six business sections of the community that are represented on the Board. These sections hold periodic meetings for formulating various programs of work in relation to their particular on membership dues income. WHAT CAN YOUR CHAMBER DO FOR YOU? The Chamber of Commerce is an action agency design designed to meet community or area needs. It is a voluntary organization of individuals and businesses who band together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interests of a community or area. Among other things it is a civic clearinghouse, a public relations counselor, legislative representative at the local, state and national levels of government, an information bureau, and a research and promotion medium. With more than 300 members that range from Fortune 500 corporations to independently owned businesses, your Chamber works for you by: • • •

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Creating marketing, networking and promotional opportunities for businesses of all sizes. Provideing opportunities to interact with local officials on issues that impact our members and advocating for legislation that benefits businesses. Working witht he community to imporove quality of life, thus creating a unique bridge between businesses, residents and community leaders.


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POWER OF MEMBERSHIP The Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce promotes business and enhances hte vitality of the community through member services, educational programs, strategic partnerships, community outreach and legislative advocacy. Your membership in the Inglewood/ Airport Area Chamber of Commerce is a valuable investment in the community. The Chamber provides a wide variety of resources and services that are available to its member’s .That following is a list of some of these services:

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS • • • • • •

Business Referral Service Ribbon –Cutting Classified Listings in the Business Directory Small Business Management Seminars Free Business Counseling by the Small Business Management Administration (SCORE) Business Promotion and Literature Display

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Business Contact Opportunities through Mixers, Social Events, Committee and General Meetings. Committee Participation Chamber Member Import/Export Services and Certificate of Origin

Membership in the Inglewood/ Airport Area Chamber of Commerce is open to any interested business or individual desiring to join. The Chamber may be visited Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Chairman - Jamie Wright Esq. IAACC President - Erick Holly IAACC Imm. Past Chairman - Marc Little, Esq. Faithful Central Church Secretary - Roland Talton Individual Member Vice Chairman - Norman Cravens Individual Member Vice Chairman - Christine Roberts Individual Member Chief Financial Officer - Joyce Beard Individual Member

BOARD MEMBERS Angela Gibson GLACC

Artie Fields City of Inglewood - City Manager Billy Campbell The Campbell Agency Bruce Young Inglewood Park Cemetary Julie Hatter La Bella Chauffeurs Jonathan Carrillo Advantage Rent A Car Dan B. Wise Wise Tire & Brake Co Toiya Parker Mr. Brown Solutions Mellisa Balanon Crowne Plaza Ricardo Rosales Midnight Mission

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Linda Bradley Centinela Hospital Medical Center

The Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, working together as a team to provide opportunities for growth, networking and access to resources within the business community, is committed to:

Linda Lewis US Bank - Inglewood Victor Cruz Wells Fargo Bank

INTEGRITY

Promoting honest, ethical and trustworthy business standards

Melanie McDade Mayor’s Asst - City of Inglewood

LEADERSHIP

Mike Harriel The Gas Company

Striving for excellence in meeting members’ needs

Nick Spampanato Madison Square Garden Co

ADVOCACY

Representing and supporting the business community with local and state government

Samuel Pena Republic Services

QUALITY RESOURCES

Sheryl Singh SBWIB

Providing tools to enhance business growth.

Treva Miller Los Angeles World Airports William Willard Individual Member

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The goal of the Marketing Committee is to create and deliver the most effective communications for the Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, both internally and to the community. For Chamber of Commerce Members, this committee provides eNewsletters with upcoming events and items of interest, maintains the website and publishes an Annual Business Directory. The Communications Committee also focuses on external communications; it pledges to keep the Chamber of Commerce fresh in our community’s mind and to consistently improve the Chamber’s image by keeping them informed of Chamber events, milestones and contributions to the community.

The Education Committee engages in programs and projects that help to inform Chamber members and the community of the accomplishments of our students and educational institutions, as well as addressing the need of our education system. The Education Committee sponsors two annual events:”Youth Business and Industry Day”, an event created to help student in selecting future professions and “Student Essay/Outstanding Teacher Awards Event”. This honors excellence exhibited by both students and teachers in our scholastic arena.

The “Life blood” of the Chamber, or any organization, is dependent on membership. Programs are factored to retain our present membership, and others are designed to encourage prospective new members to join the organization by detailing the many business advantages offered through membership.

The Small Business Committee has as its primary objective the promotion and encouragement of economic growth within the area by improving the business management skills of individual members of the business community. This committee sponsors seminars which attempt to educate business owners / managers in various aspects of business management.

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ANNUAL INSTALLATION This signature event serves as the annual installation of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, celebrate its members, and honor the winners of the Business of the Year Award. ​Mix and mingle with the business community, elected officials and dignitaries. GOLF TOURNAMENT The annual golf tournament is the most entertaining excuse you’ll have all year to get out from behind your desk and connect with the chamber members and business community! This event is the perfect opportunity to network with other individuals and business leaders in a relaxing and fun atmosphere! In addition to a great time on the course, an awards reception and mixer immediately follow the tournament. MONTHLY MIXERS Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce mixers are a great way to showcase your business and services to members, invited guests, your clientele and people interested in joining the Chamber. Mixers are open to the public to increase visibility to the wider community. Mixers are an important social link for local area businesses. STATE OF THE CITY In collaboration with the City of Inglewood, The State of The City is an event to engage the City’s business leaders and the community at-large in a conversation about new initiatives, economic trends, and innovations in the City. This event is attended by hundreds of Business Owners, Corporate Executives, City Leaders, Investors, Developers, and other Industry Leaders in Inglewood and the surrounding areas.

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NEW MEMBERS 2 0 1 6 JANUARY

MAY

SEPTEMBER

DD Allen Holdings Inc. Atlas Protection Solutions Seeking Enterprises, LLC California Credit Union Lifestyle Elevation Media Group Greensmith Solutions LLC Marty Bogoratt Claris Health Bluewater Print Real Estate Concierge By James Daughrity Dewey Pest Control Dynasty Shipping

Melisa Balanon / Crown Plaza LAX L.A. Diamonds Argosy University Gladiator Ent Trailers RE/MAX Estate Properties Security Trianing Placement

Lentini Design & Marketing Law Office Of LaVonne Lawson Carpet USA Jamz Creamery New York Life Insurance Company Boardwalk Properties Inc. Western Home Loans

JUNE Royal Wholesale Electric Millennial Government Affairs Sealink Interntional Inc. LAX Jewelry Co. Inglewood Board of Realtors

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JULY

Eric Hollan-State Farm Insurance I Choose Life HDS Freight Services Jackie Harris Southwest Escrow Corp

Mr. Brown Solutions We Cupcake Holiday Inn LAX The Creative House Studio Automac Parking Inc. Advantage Rent A Car

MARCH

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California Mentor Family Home Agency West L.A. McKissack & McKissack

LA Cleaners HercRentals Inc. Urban Essential Beauty Supply The Flying Locksmiths TEC Constructors & Engineers CTI Environment Inc. United Rentals Lentini Design & Marketing Network- One Travel

APRIL Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles Divinity Prophet JNR2 Construction Social Justice Learning Institute Sybille Saint-Leger Hunter Mason Realty 28

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OCTOBER Giant Steps Community Programs, Inc. Knox Services Group, LLC Children of Promise Preparatory Academy Flooring America / Superior Carpet Design Center

NOVEMBER HBK Realty & Investment, LLC ICHI Ban Enterprise Coach Tish / Let’s Make It Happen Edson Quevedo Dickerson Insurance Services Chafeh Graphics GDM-Growth Development Marketing Inc. Thomas Hood Dexter Hall

DECEMBER Davis Blue Print Co. The Miracle Theater Aero Collective


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PHONE NUMBERS Capitol Office State Capitol P.O. Box 942849 Sacramento, CA 94249-0062 Tel: (916) 319-2062

STATE OFFICIALS Jerry Brown, Governor

FEDERAL OFFICIALS Donald Trump, President

Mark Ridley-Thomas LA County Board of Supervisors The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500 Tel: (202) 456-1414

Regional Office 300 S. Spring St., 16th Floor Los Angeles, Ca 90013 Tel: (213) 897-0322 Sacramento Office State Capitol, #1173 Sacramento, Ca 95814 Tel: (855) 468-2796

2nd District Office 500 W. Temple St #866 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Tel: (213) 974-2222

Steven Bradford, State Senator

Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, State Assembly

San Pedro District Office 222 West 6th Street, Suite 320 San Pedro, CA 90731 Tel: (310) 514-8573

3847 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008 Tel: (323) 291-5441

Capitol Office State Capitol, #4085 Sacramento, CA 95814 Tel: (916) 651-4035

Maxine Waters, Congresswoman 43rd District

Kamala Harris, Senator

District Office 312 N. Spring St #1748 Los Angeles, Ca 90012 Tel: (213) 894-5000 Washington Office 112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Tel: (202) 224-3553 Dianne Feinstein, Senator

Autumn R. Burk, Assemblywoman

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District Office 10124 South Broadway, Suite 1 Los Angeles, CA 90003 Tel: (323) 757-8900

District Office 11111 Santa Monica Blvd. $915 Los Angeles, Ca 90025 Tel: (310) 914-7300 Washington Office 331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Tel: (202) 224-3841


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Clockwise: Stevie Wonder at the Inglewood MLK Ceremony, Mayor Butts speaking at the chamber mixer hosted by the Miracle Theater, Grand Opening for Urban Essentials Beauty Supply.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTANTS

BEAUTY

COMMUNICATIONS

HERSCHELL HUNT DAVIS, CPA 111. N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 677-8148

BEAUTY & HEALTH EDUCATION 240 N. Market St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 674-8100

KJLH RADIO STATION 161 N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 330-2200

AIRPORTS

BEAUTY SUPPLY

LOS ANGELES WORLD AIRPORT 6053 W. Century Blvd.#301 Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 646-7450

DIAMOND BEAUTY SUPPLY 1300 Centinela Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(424) 331-5384

KTYM RADIO STATION 6803 West Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 672-3700

ATTORNEYS

VALLEY OF SUN COSMETICS 535 Patrice Pl Gardena, Ca 90245....................(310) 327-9062

LAW OFFICE OF LAVONNE LAWSON 113565 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca 90064……….....(310)231-1040

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS – NEW AIRPORT MARINA FORD 5880 Centinela Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 649-3673 HOOMAN HYUNDAI 970 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305.................(424) 331-7000

AUTOMOTIVE - RENTAL

URBAN ESSENTIALS BEAUTY SUPPLY 3530 W. Century Blvd #101 Inglewood, Ca 90303…...…....….(310)419-4230

BRANDING & MARKETING THE CREATIVE HOUSE STUDIO 122 N. Market St. Inglewood, Ca 90301…......……..(310)880-0969 LENTINI DESIGN & MARKETING 1626 Virginia Rd. Los Angeles, Ca 90019…....…….(323)766-8090

ADVANTAGE RENT A CAR 1030 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 216-9204

THE ROSS GROUP 5482 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90036..............(323) 712-5800

AUTOMOTIVE – REPAIR

BUSINESS SERVICES / MANAGEMENT

ANTHONY’S PAINT & BODY SHOP 259 N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 330-7900 WISE TIRES & BRAKE, CO 949 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 677-1515

BANKS BANK OF AMERICA 330 E. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 412-4720 BROADWAY FEDERAL S & L 170 N. Market St Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 412-3280 COLDWELL BANKER 416 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 412-4049 US BANK 3366 W. CENTURY BLVD Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 695-4300 WELLS FARGO BANK 400 S. MARKET ST Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 674-1742

LA DIAMONDS 3320 W. 73RD St. Los Angeles, Ca 90043...........….(323)710-3196 THOMAS HOOD 8726 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Ste. B22, Los Angeles, Ca 90045....………(310) 642-1982

CHILD CARE Tender Care Child Devel Ctr 335 E. Spruce Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 671-7585

CHURCHES DIVINITY PROPHET 14015 S. Van Ness Ave Ste. 20 Gardena, CA 90249…………....(310) 327-7335 FAITHFUL CENTRAL BIBLE CHRUCH 333. W. Florence Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 846-3286 St. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM 550 E. Florence Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 677-5868

LIFESTYLE ELEVATION GROUP 5895 Doverwood Dr Culver City, Ca 90230................(213) 645-8823 STUDIO ROJAS PO Box 5794 Santa Monica, Ca 90409............(310) 399-3615 TIME WARNER CABLE 17777 Center Court Dr Cerritos, Ca 90703.....................(800) 892-4357

COMMUNITY ABILITY FIRST

8090 Crenshaw Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305.................(323) 753-3101 CALIFORNIA MENTOR FAMILY HOME AGENCY WEST LA 5901 Green Valley Circle Suite 465. Culver City, Ca 90230……..……(424) 248-7346 CARE COMES WITH A HEART BREAST CANCER PO BOX 1243 Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 671-1564 CLARIS HEALTH 11500 W. Olympic Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90064..............(213) 346-3200 FAMILY UNITED - N – NEW BEGININGS 11616 Hawthrone Blvd Hawthorne, Ca 90250................(310) 644-5600 GIANT STEPS COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, INC. 10813 Crenshaw Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90303……….......(323) 806-8622 INGLEWOOD ROTARY CLUB 324 E. Queen St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(925) 519-2964 MIDNIGHT MISSION HOUSING PROGRAM 601 S. San Pedro Los Angeles, Ca 90014..............(310) 677-9616

CONSTRUCTION AERO COLLECTIVE 209 S. Market St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(213) 999-9610

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY BASE ARCHITECTURE 6151 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 988-1080

RAYMONT JOHNSON, INC 808 E. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 671-1234

CTI Environment al, INC 1201 N. La Brea Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90302…........……(424)243-5067

WESTCHESTER DENTAL 212 N. Market St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 671-9920

GDM 5963 Freedom Dr. Chino, Ca 91710……......………(909) 627-0200 ICHI BAN ENTERPRISE 1504 N. La Brea Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90302…....…...…(323) 295-4400 JNR2 CONSTRUCTION 633 W. Hillsdale St. Inglewood, Ca 90302……………(310) 497-2911 KARABUILD DEVELOPMENT 17337 Ventura Blvd Encino, Ca 91316.......................(818 )817-9300 MCKISSACK & MCKISSACK 725 S. Figueroa St. Ste.3070 Los Angeles, Ca 90017…..……..(213) 622-4938 TEC Constructors & Engineers 510 S. La Brea Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90301…..…........(800) 509-1542 THE ROBERT GROUP 3108 Los Feliz Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90039..............(323) 669-9100

CONSULTANTS ETNB COMMUNICATIONS PO Box 561091 Los Angeles, Ca 90056..............(213) 915-7014

DIGITAL MEDIA / PUBLISHING LIFESTYLE ELEVATION MEDIA GROUP/ GLAM NAILS 5895 Doverwood Dr. Culver City, Ca 90230………......(310) 645-8823 SEEKING ENTERPRISES, L.L.C. 3651 S. La Brea Ave. #622 Los Angeles, Ca 90016…….......(323) 741-2674

DRY CLEANERS CENTINELA CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 1413 Centinela Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 677-6171 LA LEATHER CLEANERS 4421 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90304..................(310) 677-2982

ELECTRICAL ROYAL WHOLESALE ELECTRIC 4309 District Blvd. Vernon, Ca 90058…...................(323) 587-4201

EMPLOYMENT INGLEWOOD 1 STOP 110 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 672-3836

ENGINEERING

GREENSMITH SOLUTIONS, LLC 10799 Galvin St Culver City, Ca 90230.................(626) 354-0749

MARVIN ENGINEERING 260 W. Beach Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 674-5030

MERMAID PRODUTIONS PO Box 352115 Los Angeles, Ca 90035..............(310) 927-9326

ENTERTAINMENT

PATRICK BARRY & ASSOCIATIONS 4241 Vista St Long Beach, Ca 90308...............(562) 434-4715

THE FORUM 3900 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 330-7353

CONTRACTING

HOLLYWOOD PARK CASINO 3883 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 330-3172

CLIENTS & CONTRACTORS MATCH, LLC 111 N. La Brea Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 419-3007

LAVENDER BLUE RESTAURANT LOUNGE 3310 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(424) 227-6712

DENTISTS

THE MIRACLE THEATER 226 S. Market St. Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 428-2741

CHILDREN DENTISTRY 345 E. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305..................(310) 672-7822

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EXTERMINATORS DEWEY PEST CONTROL 4642 W. Slauson Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90043..............(323) 292-7192

FINANCE AECOM 515 S. Flower St, 5FL Los Angeles, Ca 90017.............(213) 593-88141 CALIFORNIA CREDIT UNION 3550 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(213) 671-0280 CFS ACCEPTANCE 15432 Hawthorne Blvd Hawthorne, Ca 90250.................(310) 412-3280 THE CHECK CASHING PLACE PO Box 12606 San Diego, Ca 92112……......…(310) 419-0412 WATER & POWER COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION 1053 W. Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90012...............(213) 580-1687 WESTERN HOMES LOANS 701 Pine Ave. #316 Long Beach, Ca 90813…....……(310) 505-8142 WLN FINANCIAL 111 N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(877) 502-2930

FLOORING CARPET USA 9310 S. La Cienega Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90304……………(310) 390-8570 FLOORING AMERICA SUPERIOR CARPET AND DESIGN CENTER 6840 La Tijera Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca 90045.....………(310)216-2900

FLORIST INGLEWOOD PARK FLORIST 3803 Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 412-3366

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MILLENNIAL GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Ste. 102 Los Angeles, Ca 90045….....…..(310) 848-4489

GROCERS EL SUPER 3321 W Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90303..................(562) 616-8809


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY HOSPITALS CENTINELA HOSPITAL 555 E. Hardy St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 680-8092 KAISER PERMANENTE 6041 Cadillac Los Angeles, Ca 90034...............(323) 857-4028

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES D D ALLEN HOLDING, INC. 4810 S. La Brea #303 Los Angeles, Ca 90008…….........(213)290-9200

INSURANCE ALLSTATE- THE CAMPBELL AGENCY 2300 w. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305..................(323) 750-1777 DEXTER HALL- AFLAC 5805 Sepulveda Blvd #700 Sherman Oaks Ca 91411....…...(925) 519-2964 DICKERSON INSURANCE SERVICES 1918 Riverside Drive. Los Angeles, Ca 90039……........(323) 671-2274 ERIC HOLLAN- STATE FARM AGENT 10309 Hawthorne Blvd Hawthorne, Ca 90250.................(323) 746-8342 MORRIS DAVIS INSURANCE SERVIES 2439 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(323) 753-1161 NEW YORK LIFE 801 N. Brand Blvd. Glendale, Ca 91203……...……...(213) 400-0554 VIRGIL SANDERS 2644 W. Imperial Hwy Inglewood, Ca 90303..................(323) 242-8000

JEWELRY Big “C” JEWELRY & LOAN 509 n. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(323) 672-7034 INGLEWOOD JEWELRY & LOAN 314 S. Market St Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 672-7034 LAX JEWELRY CO 235 E. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90301…………....(646) 727-5397

JOINT COUNCIL SOUTHBAY CITIES OF COUNCIL OF GOV 509 N La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 672-7034

LIMOUSINE LA BELLA CHAUFFEURS 4429 E Village Road #239 Long Beach, Ca 90808.................(310) 322-3552

LOCKSMITH The Flying Locksmiths 11222 S. La Cienega Blvd Suite 254 Inglewood, Ca 90304…….........…(310) 909-9345

MEDICAL ALEXANDER ORTHOPEDICS 660 E. Regent Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 674-9179 CLARIS HEALTH 11500 W. Olympic Blvd #560 Los Angeles, Ca 90064……..........(310) 268-8111 I CHOOSE LIFE – HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER 254 N. Hillcrest Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90301…………….(323) 434-9690 LET’S MAKE IT HAPPEN - HEALTH/ WELLNESS SUPPLEMENTS 612 Aerick St. Inglewood, Ca 90301……....…….(424) 261-8474 INGLEWOOD IMAGING CENTER 211 N. Prarie Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 672-9729 MARIO PICADA, D.P.M 575 Hardy St Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 419-4733 DANIEL HARGROVE, M.D 105 S. Locust Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 256-4380

MORTUARY INGLEWOOD CEMETARY MORTURY 3801 W. Manchester Inglewood, Ca 90301....................(310) 412-6811 INGLEWOOD PARK CEMETARY 720 E. Florence Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 412-6500 McCORMICK MORTUARY 635 S. Prarie Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 792-7580

MOTELS/HOTELS AMERICAN INN SUTES 11025 S. Prarie Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 412-7100 BEST WESTERN AIRPORT PARK HOTEL 640 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 677-7378

BEST WESTERN SUITES HOTEL 5005 W Century Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045...............(310) 677-7378 CROWN PLAZA LAX 5985 W. Century Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90045….........…(310)258-1334 DOUBLETREE BY HILTON 6161 W Centinela Culver City, Ca 90230.................(310) 348-4508 DOUBLETREE LAX-EL SEGUNDO 1985 E Grand Ave El Segundo, Ca 90245................(310) 955-1122 DREAM INN 3201 W. Imperial Highway Inglewood, Ca 90303..................(310) 412-0912 FOURPOINTS BY SHERATON 9750 Airport Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045...............(310) 649-7005 HOLIDAY INN LAX 9901 s. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca 90045.………...(310) 981-2333 LA QUINTA INN & SUITES INGLEWOOD 3945 W. Imperial Hwy Inglewood, Ca 90301...................(310) 642-1111 WESTIN LOS ANGELES AIRPORT 5400 W. Century Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 417-4531

MUSIC DELIAN MUSIC 550 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90303.................(310) 677-2900

ORGANIZATIONS RELAY FOR LIFE / AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 5731 W. Slauson Los Angeles, Ca 90043..............(310) 348-0356

PUBLISHING ETNB COMMUNICATIONS PO Box 561091 Los Angeles, Ca 90056..............(213) 915-7014 HAROLD PUBLICATIONS 312 E. Imperial Hwy Los Angeles, Ca 90061..............(310) 322-1830 INGLEWOOD TODAY 9111 S. La Cienega Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 670-9600 SOUTH BAY DAILY BREEZE 5215 Torrance Blvd Torrance, Ca 90503....................(310) 540-5511

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY PARKING MANAGEMENT AUTOMACK PARKING, INC 1040 East Wardlow Road. Long Beach, Ca 90807…...…....(562) 492-6855

PRINTING & GRAPHICS BLUEWATER PRINT 821 W. Arbor Vitae St. Inglewood, Ca 90290…………...(310) 663-7497 CHAFEIT GRAPHGICS 4215 W. Century Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90305….………..(310) 674-0664 DAVIS BLUEPRINT CO 3205 N. Main St. Los Angeles, Ca 90031..............(323) 225-4706 MINA PRINTING 428 West Arbor Vitae St. Inglewood, Ca 90301……......…..(310)677-5501

REAL ESTATE BOARDWALK PROPERTIES 137 N. Larchmont Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca 90004….......…(213) 479-2373 BRASS & BRASS 2639 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305.................(310) 590-1235 DEL RICHARDSON & ASSOCIATES 510 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(323) 645-3729 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF GREATER LOS ANGELES 8739 Artesia Blvd. Bellflower, Ca 90706………........(424) 246-3622 HBK REALTY & INVESTMENT 11703 Wilkie Ave Hawthorne, Ca 90250……..……(310) 720-2055 HORIZON REALTY 8635 Hayden Place Culver City, Ca 90232.................(323) 948-2629

MR BROWN SOLUTIONS 5420 Lindley Ave #9 Encino, Ca 91601…….....…...…(818) 288-3265 REAL ESTATE CONCIERGE BY JAMES DAUGHERTY 9255 W. Sunset Blvd. #1000 W Hollywood, Ca 90069.............(323) 539-3970 RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES 7840 S. 8th Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90305………….…(310)387-0482 RC BROWN HOMES 212 S. Locust St Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(800) 789-9128 SOUTHWEST ESCROW CORP 502 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 674-7660 SYBILLE SAINT-LEGER 23848 Hawthorne Blvd. Ste.100, Los Angeles, Ca 90505……….…(424) 261-7355

RELOCATION SERVICES Knox Service Group, LLC 111 N. La Brea Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90301..…………..(562) 365-5150

RENTALS-EQUIPMENT GLADIATOR ENTERTAINMENT. TRAILERS 309 E. Hillcrest Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90303……....……(888) 792-5106 HERC RENTALS INC. 224422 S. Alameda St. Carson, Ca 90810………........….(310) 233-5000 QUALITY EQUIPMENT RENTAL 711 N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 677-7600 UNITED RENTALS 301 N. Prarie Ave #404A Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 410-7676 RETAIL

HUNTER MASON REALTY 23848 Hawthorne Blvd Ste #100 Torrance, Ca 90505....................(424) 261-7355

BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS 2925 E. El Segundo Blvd El Segundo, Ca 90245...............(310) 297-7559

INGLEWOOD BOARD OF REALTORS 718 E. Manchester Blvd. Suite H. Inglewood, Ca 90301…...…....…(310) 671-3650

COSTCO WHOLESALE 3560 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 242-2774

JACKIE HARRIS 2471 Glyndon Ave Venice, Ca 90291.......................(310) 990-5364

SOCAL GARMENT LLC 3318 Leonis Vernon Vernon, Ca 90058......................(310) 585-5600

MARTY BOGORATT 614 Venezia Ave. Venice, Ca 90291……............…(818) 262-3554

VILLAGE AT CENTURY 3561 Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 575-1517

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RESTAURANTS/FOOD CHILLI’S 3490 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca.............................(310) 674-2505 DOMINOS PIZZA 15198 Downey Blvd. Paramount, Ca 90723..............(734) 390-2390 DULANS SOUL FOOD KITCHEN 202 E. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 671-3345 FATBURGER 9020 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305..................(310) 971-8592 JAMZ CREAMERY 231 E. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90301……………(323) 637-8028 LA JERK SHACK 1300 Centinela Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(424) 227-6795 ORLEANS & YORK DELI 400 E. Florence Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..............,,..(310) 671-6200 PROUD BIRD RESTAURANT 11022 Aviation Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045...............(310) 670-3093 RED LOBSTER 3400 W. Century Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 677-8430 THE SERVING SPOON 1403 Centinela Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 412-5301 SIZZLER RESTAURANT 831 E. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 672-5301 WE CUPCAKE 10807 Crenshaw Blvd. Inglewood, Ca 90303……...….....(310) 259-6117 SECURITY SERVICES ATLAS PROTECTION SOLUTIONS 8950 W. Olympic Blvd. Beverly Hills, Ca 90211………….(310) 925-0740 SECURITY TRAINING PLACEMENT 2222 W. Manchester Blvd Ste D Inglewood, Ca 90305..................(310) 215-0200 SCHOOLS ARGOSY UNIVERSITY 5230 Pacific Concourse Drive Suite 200. Los Angeles, Ca 90045...............(310) 531-9660


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY CHILDREN OF PROMISE PREPARATORY ACADEMY 3130 W. 111TH Pl. Inglewood, Ca 90303…..……….(310) 901-3648 EL CAMINO COLLEGE 16007 Crenshaw Blvd Torrance, Ca 90506....................(213) 660-3593 EZ WILL DRIVING SCHOOL 3329 W. MANCHESTER Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305.................(213) 753-3044 ANIMO CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 3425 W. Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90305.................(323) 565-2100 INGLEWOOD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTR 401 S. Inglewood Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 419-2705 LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT 10319 Firmona Ave Lennox, Ca 90304......................(310) 645-8823 PEAK TRAINING INSTITUTE 4859 W. Slauson Los Angeles, Ca 90056..............(310) 643-4778 SAINT MARY’S ACADEMY 701 Grace Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 674-8470 SOCIAL JUSTICE LEARNING INSTITUTE 600 Centinela Ave. Inglewood, Ca 90302….……….(323) 952-7363 WILDER’S ACADEMY 830 N. La Brea Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 671-5578

TRANSPORTATION ACTION FREIGHT INTERNATIONAL 16403 Ishida Ave Carson, Ca 90746......................(310) 670-5190 AIR ONE LOGISTICS 909 W. Spruce Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 421-1222 ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL 6615 E. Pacific Coast Hwy Long Beach, Ca 90803...............(562) 240-2222 AO FREIGHT CORPORATION 419 N. Oak St Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 419-8833 ASSOCIATED GLOBAL SYSTEM 200 E. Stanley St Compton, Ca 90220...................(310) 215-8150 BARTHCO INTERNATIONAL, INC./OHL 2255 E. 120TH St Los Angeles, Ca 90059..............(310) 568-9200 BLUEBIRD EXPRESS 704 S. Hindry Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 645-0300 CLARE LOGISTICS USA, INC. 1039 W. Hillcrest Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 568-2186 CLEARFREIGHT 880 Apollo St El Segundo, Ca 90245...............(310) 726-0400 CONCORD EXPRESS INC. 1031 Manchester Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(310) 418-1182

DYNASTY SHIPPING 643 Hindry Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 645-2838 E FREIGHT LOGISTICS, LLC 5343 W Imperial Hwy #200 Los Angeles, Ca 90045………...(310) 912-0744 EMO-TRANS L.A., INC. 5220 W. 102ND St Los Angeles, Ca 90045……........310) 641-8684 ETC INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT 21039 S. Figueroa Carson, Ca 90745......................(310) 632-2555 FORWARDERS INTERNATIONAL 10604 S. La Cienega Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 645-2992 GALCO INTERNATIONAL PO Box 5342 Beverly Hills, Ca 90209..............(310) 275-2646 GEODIS WILSON USA, INC 23601 S. Wilmington Ave Carson, Ca 90745......................(310) 507-6333 GLOBAL CONCEPTS SHIPPING 9083 S. La Cienega Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301..................(800) 764-8711 HDS FREIGHT SERVICES 9670 S La Cienega Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(970) 884-0885 ICS CUSTOMS SERVICES INC. 220 W. Ivy Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 844-7532

SPORTS LOS ANGELES LAKERS 555 N. Nash St El Segundo, Ca 90245...............(310) 426-6000 TAXI CAB YELLOW CAB 2129 W. Rosecrans Ave Gardena, Ca 90249....................(310) 710-7477 TELECOMMUNICATIONS AT&T 1150 S. Olive St Los Angeles, Ca 90017..............(866) 921-6959 ETNB COMMUNICATIONS PO Box 561091 Los Angeles, Ca 90056..............(213) 915-7014 TIME WARNER CABLE 17777 Center Court Dr.#600 Cerritos, Ca 90703.....................(800) 892-4357

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY IJS GLOBAL 2805 El Segundo Hawthorne, Ca 90250................(323) 242-9600

TRIUMPH LINK (USA), INC. 19803 Hamilton Ave Torrance, Ca 90502....................(310) 516-7822

NETWORK – ONE TRAVEL 3500 W. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90305….….……..(310) 367-0202

JS INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CORP 960 Knox St Torrance, Ca 90502....................(310) 330-7033

UNITRANS INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS 709 Hindry Ave Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 410-7676

UTILITIES

KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS 711 Glasgow Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 337-7766

UTC, OVERSEAS, INC. 9111 S. La Cienega Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90301.................(310) 642-0551

LAMPRECHT TRANSPORT 5757 W. Century Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 645-4736

YUSEN AIR & SEA SERVICE 19001 Harborgate Wy Torrance, Ca 90501....................(310) 844-7532

LEGEND EXPRESS 1506 S. Paloma St Los Angeles, Ca 90021..............(213) 747-5705

TRAVEL

MIDNIGHT EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL 8801 Bellanca Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 330-2300 MW TRANSPORT 10620 La Cienega Blvd Inglewood, Ca 90045.................(310) 645-8733

ARBOR TRAVEL ASSOCIATES INC. PO Box 452923 Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 419-0235

GOLDEN STATE WATER COMPANY 1600 W. Redondo Beach Blvd Gardena, Ca 90247.....................(310)767-8200 SO. CALIFORNIA EDISON CO. 505 Maple Ave Torrance, Ca 90503....................(310) 783-9341 SO CAL GAS 555 W. 5th St. GT21C5 Los Angeles, CA 90013...............(800) 427-2200 VETENARIAN CENTINELA ANIMAL HOSPITAL 721 Centinela Ave Inglewood, Ca 90302.................(310) 673-1910

Grand Opening of the new Inglewood Community Center on La Tijera

PERIMETER GLOBAL LOGISTICS 5341 W. 104TH St Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 861-2404 ROLAND INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT 5710 W. Manchester Blvd Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 337-1775 SEALINK INTERNTIONAL INC. 1500 Rosecrans Ave. Suite 500 Manhattan Beach, Ca 90266..…(562).437-8877 SDV (USA) 19630 Pacific Gateway Dr Torrance, Ca 90502....................(310) 695-2612 SIENO SUPER EXPRESS CO, LTD 5343 W. Imperial Hwy Los Angeles, Ca 90045..............(310) 641-4949 SOONEST EXPRESS INC. 430 S. Garfield Ave Alhambra, Ca 91801..................(650) 342-3833 STEELE LOGISTICS INC. 1436 Cowles St Long Beach, Ca 90813...............(310) 665-0050 TOP WISE LOGISTICS INC. 6800 Watcher St Commerce, Ca 90040................(562) 927-2888 TOUCHDOWN FREIGHT 20250 Alameda Compton, Ca 90221...................(310) 973-7112

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