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A "grand avenue at least feet wide" was being built in late from the end of Figueroa Street in Los Angeles "to the new town of Inglewood on the Centinela ranch," to be "planted with a border of tropical trees, making it one of the handsomest five-mile drives" on the coast.
The tracks were to continue west through the Centinela ranch to the ocean. The A train left Los Angeles at 9: In that year the Los Angeles Herald noted that Inglewood was "at the junction of two railroads, one branch going to Ballona Harbor and the other to the beautiful seaside resort, Redondo Beach. Two trains a day now pass Inglewood station. The Centinela-Inglewood Company used a four-horse coach to bring prospective buyers from Los Angeles, leaving at 9: The venue will also host Soccer games during the Olympics while the grounds outside the stadium will host archery.
The Forum will host all the gymnastics events during the games. Inglewood consists of ten neighborhoods which are indicated by symbols on street signs.
The neighborhoods are the following areas: The Crenshaw-Imperial district was a later annexation to Inglewood, California. It has its own branch public library and an important shopping center for the area. Morningside Park is a commercial district in the eastern part of the city. Though the city of Inglewood does not define the district's boundaries, it may be delineated by Hyde Park on the north, Manchester Square on the east, Century Boulevard on the south and Prairie Avenue on the west.
The major streets that run through the area are Manchester and Crenshaw boulevards. This neighborhood was once the site of the Hollywood Park Racetrack. Situated in the southeastern corner of the city, Inglewood Knolls is a subdivision of tract homes built in — It is bordered by Crenshaw Blvd.
A shopping center on the northeastern quadrant of the intersection of Crenshaw and Imperial was also constructed in the mid s, originally including a Food Giant grocery store, Thrifty Drug, J. Newberrys, and Lishon's Music Store, among others. The City of Inglewood has a council-city manager type of government.
The mayor is an elected office and is the chief executive officer, but in all other regards is an equal member of the city council. The current Mayor of Inglewood is James T. Butts Jr. Tabor who completed the term of Roosevelt Dorn. Inglewood is moving its City Council elections to March of to coincide with the California Primary election.
The Inglewood Police Department is the city's police department. Inglewood also has the Inglewood Fire Department as well. In the United States House of Representatives , Inglewood is split between California's 37th congressional district , represented by Democrat Karen Bass , and California's 43rd congressional district , represented by Democrat Maxine Waters.
Inglewood has the highest percentage of registered Democrats of any city in California, with Seven percent were registered as Republicans, and Researchers examined voting patterns of American cities with populations over , and ranked them on liberal and conservative scales. The Hillcrest Inglewood Post Office is its main one.
The county government provides countywide services such as elections and voter registration, law enforcement, jails, vital records, property records, tax collection, public health, and social services. Fire protection is provided by the Los Angeles County Fire Department stations 18, , , and Inglewood is still served and the home to Centinela Hospital Medical Center.
The City of Inglewood operates a main library in the city's Civic Center , in addition to a branch in the southeastern corner of the city, near the intersection of Crenshaw and Imperial and a branch in Morningside Park near the intersection of 85th Street and Crenshaw Boulevard. The Centinela Valley district received its current name on November 1, On July 1, , the Inglewood elementary school district withdrew from the Centinela Valley district, becoming a unified school district.
In , a school district was organized, trustees were elected and a building was chosen. The school opened on May 21 that year on the second floor of a livery stable on Grevillea Avenue between Regent Street and Orchard today's Florence Avenue , with 17 boys and 16 girls.
The schoolroom, named Bucephalus Hall, after a horse belonging to town founder Daniel Freeman , was also used for community meetings.
Meanwhile, a permanent school building was erected on Grevillea Avenue a block to the south, between Regent and Queen. It remained Inglewood's only school until It was destroyed by an earthquake in Inglewood High opened in two rooms of the school building with 15 students taught by Nina Martin, principal, and Anna McClelland. Four years later, a new building rose on 9. Crozier was named principal, and he held the post for 20 years. The school was renamed in his honor in Green was appointed principal of Inglewood Union High School; he retired from that position in In , voters approved bonds for high school improvement.
Four more buildings and a power plant were erected, "joined by walks and arcades.
In Inglewood High won a first-place Los Angeles County prize for its beautiful ivy-covered brick buildings. In the mids, the high school district stretched all the way south to El Segundo, so two women teachers were asked to live in El Segundo and ride the school buses with the students every day to and from that city — for an extra dollar a day in pay.
In girls adopted a school uniform, "a dark blue skirt with a white middy. In a new fine arts building for the high school was erected on the southwest corner of Grevillea and Manchester, replacing the Truax Candy Kitchen, : It was "later rebuilt with WPA help but lost its magnificent stairway and all its fireplaces. The athletic field on the west side of the campus, later called Badenoch Field, was used for physical education and sporting events.
In , agricultural classes were ended at the Farm and Sentinel Field was dedicated there for sports activities. The "startling news" of was the dismissal "of the entire administrative staff at Inglewood High School, beginning with Principal James R. In , another secondary school campus in Inglewood was opened in the east side neighborhood of Lockhaven as Morningside High School.
In , the area served by the Inglewood post office including Lennox had 98 churches, temples, mosques, chapels and other houses of worship, according to the AreaConnect. Belden's Boarding House, when Inglewood had only residents and registered voters.
Later services were in Bucephalus Hall, but eventually the congregation moved to Hyde Park, which left Inglewood with no church. On January 19, , Inglewood's first permanent church — Presbyterian — was established on Market Street. In , a group of Episcopalians began services in a private home, and a few years later the first Catholic services were held in Bank Hall.
In , the Presbyterians moved their two buildings, a sanctuary and a manse, to the corner of Grevillea and Nutwood "because the streetcars [on Market Street] were so noisy and threw so much dust and sand fleas in the windows. In , St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church was founded.
The current church at the intersection of Centinela and Florence was built in and is the tallest point in the city. It is the largest congregation in the city, consisting of almost 10, registered families. Next door is St. John Chrysostom School, educating children since from Pre-K through 8th grade.
By , the Methodists had built a structure at Manchester and La Brea, but in that year they moved to a new building at Kelso and Spruce. Despite additions to the Inglewood such as the renovated Forum, the prospect of attracting NFL teams with a new stadium, and a new light rail line through the city, some critics have expressed skepticism as to whether these additions will contribute to any "local growth".
In , former Senator Rod Wright resigned from the California Senate and served approximately seventy-one minutes of jail-time following his conviction of eight felonies, including perjury and voter fraud. Additionally, Wright lived outside of the district for which he campaigned.
In , a senate bill was introduced with the purpose of clarifying that "a domicile is determined solely by where an individual is registered to vote and no other factors". The shooting of Kisha Michael, 31, a single mother of three sons, and Marquintan Sandlin, 32, a single father of four daughters, occurred on February 21, , when police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle parked on Manchester Boulevard around 3: When police arrived, they engaged in a minute-long standoff before opening fire on the man and the armed woman inside the vehicle, killing them both.
Sandlin was shot eight times and died at a hospital shortly thereafter. Law enforcement officials involved in the shooting have claimed that Michael had a gun in her lap, although authorities have not stated whether either victim reached for or touched the weapon.
There has also been no indication that the victims' vehicle was used in a violent manner toward the officers. Following a private investigation, the City of Inglewood fired the five officers involved in the shooting in May , while the district attorney's office has yet to reach a verdict regarding criminal liability of those officers.
In response to Inglewood's investigation, former deputy district attorney Ambrosio Rodriguez stated, "This is the old way of doing things. Inglewood hasn't caught up to the times. In , an investigation began into a trash hauling pact contract. The bidder, Consolidated Disposal Services, secured the contract soon after hiring Michael Butts, brother of Mayor Butts, as an operations manager.
Under California law, no city council member may directly or indirectly benefit financially from their votes. America , an international education program that seeks to prevent use of controlled drugs, membership in gangs and violent behavior, has its headquarters in Inglewood. The Southeast Symphony Association is a non-profit, musical and cultural association located in Inglewood, California founded in whose goal continues to be to create an orchestra that welcomes African-American musicians.
The annual Open Studios event features "drawing, painting, photography and more," organized by a volunteer group of artists with support by the Inglewood Cultural Arts, Inc.
ICA organization. The first year of the event saw six artists featured, but at the November event "more than 30" were expected, said Renee Fox, gallery director at the Beacon Arts Building on North La Brea Avenue. The structure has been turned into 14 artists' studios, with 16 more to be added by the end of A nearby former auto showroom has also been turned over to artists.
The founding members implemented the Cultural Arts Master Plan by forming the independent entity which has provided visual music, dance and other performing arts since Inglewood is affiliated with the following sister cities. Inglewood has been in several motion picture movies and television shows such as:.
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