The South Bay Service Council has been meeting on the second Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at Inglewood City Hall for the last several years and is considering moving to a different location. After witnessing high public attendance at the NextGen Bus Study workshops, they hope that moving their regular meetings to a new venue will make the meetings more accessible to the South Bay community. The move would tentatively take place as soon as January 2020.
The Council is seeking recommendations from the public as to where the meetings should be held. Keep in mind, the meeting location needs to be ADA accessible, near Metro bus and/or rail, and be located within the South Bay Cities regional boundaries, which you can see here.
The South Bay Service Council is very interested in receiving feedback from the public about how to make their meetings easier to attend for the public and would really appreciate your ideas. Have a recommendation or suggestion? Tell us in the comments or email the South Bay Service Council here. Then the Council will talk about their options at their October 11 meeting at, you guessed it, Inglewood City Hall.
Categories: Policy & Funding
I would suggest the new Rams Stadium but that can’t work, the MTA is not going there with high capacity rail.