Mayor James T. Butt is committed to the city of Inglewood’s development in broad areas including but not limited to  improving public safety, renewing the physical streets and infrastructure, supporting the school system and developing business and residential ventures. Mayor Butt’s commitment is for the bettering of the City of Inglewood to reestablish it’s title as a destination City



Steven C. Bradford

is the California State Assembly member, representing the 51st Assembly District in the California Legislature, comprised of the historical and culturally rich communities of Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, Playa Vista, South Los Angeles, Watts-Willowbrook, and Westchester, as well

as parts of Ladera Heights and West Compton. Assembly member Bradford currently serves as the Chair of the California State Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee, where he focuses on supplier diversity, stimulating green job opportunities for all Californians and balancing investments in new technologies with ratepayer protection. Additionally, Bradford serves as Chair of the State’s Select Committee on Procurement, and is a member of the Assembly Appropriations, Housing and Community Development and Local Government committees. 

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Inglewood, CA

The City’s reputation and its accessibility to major freeways and Los Angeles International Airport made Inglewood an attractive business investment and an ideal location for the rapidly expanding air freight business. Highrise office buildings began to go up, with the 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 100,000, it is alive, thriving and in the center of an ever-changing Centinela Valley where the old Machado adobe blends with the new landmarks to remind residents of the rich heritage of the City and the fact that history is 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 photographs chronicling the evolution of Centinela Valley, books and other memorabilia, generations to come may explore their city’s exceptional progress.