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Vol. 30 No.4 Phone (323) 244-7286

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Inglewood Residents Chooses Mayor Over Madison Square Garden’s Puppet Marc Little By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief INGLEWOOD—Mayor James Butts is the Championelect for a second time around in Inglewood, a tiny, but prosperous town on the move. Its population is a little over one hundred thousand and growing but in times like these, where adjacent cities are stagnated and looking for ideas and ways to increase their revenues, especially, with the climate at the federal level, it is becoming more difficult and uncertain about municipalities, not so with Inglewood, the newly-elected Champion of Inglewood ensured the people on Tuesday evening that the city is on a path of prosperity with sustainable reserves for

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Mr. Willie Agee, Commissioner, Inglewood Parks and Recreation Department as well the recipient of a theater named after him called the “The Willie Agee” Playhouse with Mayor James Butts.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen Mayor James Butts, George Dotson Councilman 1st District (behind right), Ida Dotson (wife), Christopher Jackson Planning Director and Patricia Crenshaw at the Hollywood Park Casino on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 where the Mayor won by a landslide over Madison Square Garden’s puppet, Marc Little.

Gerard McCallum, Sr. Project Manager , Wilson Meany

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(L-R) Mayor James Butts and daughter Katrina Butts at the victory party on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

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Dr. Carliss McGhee, past president, Inglewood Unified School Board with Dr. Wanda Brown, Inglewood City Treasurer at the victory party held at the Hollywood Park Casino on Tuesday evening.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen (left to right) Angela Gipson, Odest Riley, Mayor James Butts, Judy Butts, Blake Rawles

and Alex Padilla, Inglewood City Councilman at the victory party for Mayor Butts.

Photo by Gloria Zuurveen (From left to right) Soheil Hekmat, M.D., Internal Medicine, Melanie McDade, Inglewood City Assistant to the City Manager and the Mayor, Mayor James Butts and Roya Hekmat at the Hollywood Park Casino during the victory party for Mayor James Butts against Madison Square Garden’s puppet, Marc Little.

Mari Morales (next Mayor) along with a host of supporters were excited their candidates had won by a landslide on Tuesday during the Midterm election. Mayor James Butts won a second term to sweep the Madison Square Garden’s puppet candidate, Marc Little.

hardtimes. This is the message Mayor Butts gave at the Hollywood Casino during his victory party on Tuesday evening where he won his seat by a landslide with a vote tally at press time of 63 percent which came from the residents who were shouting loud with a resounding “NO” to the colonizers better known as Madison Square Garden (MSG) and their associate puppet, Pastor Marc Little. Perhaps, with the way MSG was acting as the master puppeteer of Little, the board of directors also knew and approved of what was tantamount to a hostile take over by MSG using Little as its puppet in the November 6 election only to lose in a landslide because the residents said no to MSG and its puppet show. The people had the last say and Please see Puppet, page 7

Sam Pena, Halimah Ginyard, Moderator Eye on Inglewood, Dexter Hall, Unknown, Mayor Butts and Councilman Alex Padilla at the Hollywood Park Casino on Tuesday evening when Mayor Butts won the mayoralship by a landslide to sweep the opposition by 63 percent. Little received less than 20 percent of the votes as MSG’s million dollars puppet.

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