Mayor Butts, L.A. Conservation Corps, Rams, Chargers and Clippers
Support ‘Go Green Inglewood’ and Plant 25 Trees
Francis Taylor, Asst. Editor
On Monday April 23, 2018, at 9:30 a.m., Mayor James T. Butts joined 20 members of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps and 20 volunteers from the Los Angeles Rams to plant 25 trees in the City of Inglewood. Mayor Butts applauded the ’Go Green Inglewood’ theme and thanked the Los Angeles Rams, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Clippers for their continued and ongoing support of the City of Inglewood. He also commended the Rams for constructing the largest and most modern National Football League stadium in the nation. Mayor Butts also commended the teams for the upgrades and remodeling that they have supported at Inglewood schools. Mayor Butts is pictured below with the Los Angeles Conservation Corps members and the volunteers who made the ‘Go Green Inglewood’ tree-planting event successful.
Inglewood Mayor Butts, members of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps and Volunteers planted 25 trees in support of ‘Go Green Inglewood.’