My Morning Coffee w/Inglewood Mayor, James Butts & WNBA Agent, Trisonya Thompson
My Morning Coffee
From law enforcement to leading one of the most dynamic entertainment cities in the USA, join us as we tap-in with Mayor Butts to hear from him on some of the pressing issues of our time, talk through some of the NFL & NBA expansion projects while digging into how Black and Brown businesses fit into the equation. Meet Trisonya Thompson, a savvy sports agent that has been doing great work with the WNBA while being an incredible mom and role model. Start your week with the ladies of My Morning Coffee where the conversation is always hot, bold, organic, and full of flavor. Watch live on Mondays at 10am and subscribe to the Apple Podcast. This is brought to you by Sand and Shores, the Positive PR People #Leaders #Learners #ContentMatters #PositivePR #Leadership is Newsworthy! #MyMorningCoffee #Podcast #TonyaMcKenzie #GiaSneed #MB Follow Tonya on Twitter and Instagram @TonyaMcKenziePR Follow Gia on Instagram @themahoganybox For comments, guest opportunities or brand collaborations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. #podcast #business #entrepreneur #solutions #trustory #giasneed #tonyamckenzie #mymorningcoffee
3/12 H2: Fred's TV news stories; Vassegh hops on; Mayor James Butts joins the show
Roggin And Rodney
Fred Roggin regales us with TV news stories from yesteryear. David Vassegh joins us as we discuss Trevor Bauer's one eyed pitching and a possible shakeup to the bullpen. Mayor James T. Butts joins us just days after he suffered a serious heart attack
COVID-19 Discussion w/ Mayor James Butts, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Barbara Ferrer
No Butts About It Podcast- With James T. Butts
Welcome to the COVID-19 Panel Discussion with Mayor James Butts, Snoop Dogg, and LA County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer! This special program is Episode 1 of the City of Inglewood Government's new podcast titled, "No Butts About It" hosted by Mayor James T. Butts. Feel free to share with friends and family!
Vic’s haiku; Kapernick back in NFL?; Mayor James Butts
Roggin And Rodney
Vic brings us another haiku @ 2. Might Colin Kapernick make it back to the NFL now? If so, would it be for the right reasons or just a publicity stunt for the league? Former Santa Monica Police Chief and current Inglewood Mayor, James Butts joins the show to talk about the hot button issue of police aggression and brutality
In this episode we talk with James Butts former pro on Chattanooga CEPIn this episode James talks about his time as a pro with Chattanooga CEP, growing up in the trauma/gridlock camp and his views on being a new dad.Check out James and his team below:https://www.facebook.com/james.butts.7545https://www.facebook.com/nashvillecep/Check out our sponsor below:http://wwww.dyzanasports.com ( Use code Overshot for 10% off)
Mayor James Butts joins the show; Mookie Betts to the Dodgers?
Roggin And Rodney
The Mayor of Inglewood, James Butts, joins the show to talk about a major win for the Clippers in their quest to build their new stadium as well as an update on SoFi Stadium. Would the Dodgers rather have Anthony Rendon or Mookie Betts?
UNEDITED with Carney Shegerian - What Inglewood Is Doing Right: Mayor James Butts Weighs In | 05.04.19
UNEDITED with Carney Shegerian
IN THIS ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW WITH CARNEY SHEGERIAN, INGLEWOOD’S MAYOR JAMES T. BUTTS, JR. REVEALS HOW HE NEGOTIATED THE RETURN OF THE NFL TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mayor James Butts with First Lady Michelle Obama in Inglewood Guest: James Butts, Mayor of Inglewood James T. Butts, Jr. is the 12th and current Mayor of the City of Inglewood, California. He is the 4th African-American Mayor of the City of Inglewood. Previously he served the City of Inglewood for 19 years where he received several promotions until he was sworn in as Deputy Chief of Police for the City of Inglewood. In September 1991 he was sworn in as Chief of Police for the City of Santa Monica, California serving from 1991 to 2006. In August 2006 he was appointed to the position of Deputy Executive Director for Public Safety for the Los Angeles World Airports. Mayor Butts is bringing new life into Inglewood with the Madison Square Gardens project, Century Boulevard reconstruction, Hollywood Park Tomorrow Development, by increasing public safety and balancing the city’s budget. Madison Square Gardens In a recent front page Los Angeles Sentinel article, it was noted that during Mayor Butts’ first ‘state-of-the city’ address, he noted, ” … in the six weeks I have been your mayor, both the owner and the president of the Madison Square Garden Corporation (a billion-dollar entity), on three occasions, have flown to Inglewood to further negotiations in their quest to purchase, renovate, and operate the Forum as a concert venue once again” he explained to the voters. “If such an acquisition were to occur, it would be a very positive step for the community,” he said. Well, Inglewood recently approved that deal for MSG Forum, LLC, an entity of the group that owns Madison Square Garden in New York, to buy the Inglewood Forum. The 1968 building, designed by Charles Luckman, has been owned by the Faithful Central Bible Church since 2000. The City Council approved a Sign Overlay Zone that will allow “signage in the public right-of-way,” a zoning change, and a development agreement between the city and MSG that “provides for vested rights with respect to the use and operation of the Forum in exchange for specified commitments on annual ticket sales for the events at the Forum.” According to a May 8 staff report on the matter, MSG “intends to use the venue primarily for music and concert events” (the company also owns Radio City Music Hall, the Beacon Theatre, and the Chicago Theatre, but this will be its first West Coast property). The staff report says that MSG will have to spend at least $50 million rehabbing the Forum and guarantee 300,000 ticket sales per year. MSG is “expected to enter into sponsorship agreements with various commercial enterprises, including most prominently food, beverage and consumer products, in order to finance the Forum’s rehabilitation, restoration and ongoing operation.” That ties in with its petition for extra signage–it’ll be allowed a 100 foot tall sign “with internally illuminated graphics” at the corner of Manchester and Prairie (where there’s already a marquee); light pole banners along Prairie, manchester, and Pincay; building banners between the Forum’s columns; rooftop signs; a sign for a new terrace that MSG will be building; and various parking lot, wayfinding, and entry signs. Phone: (310) 412-5300 www.cityofinglewood.org The post James Butts, Mayor of Inglewood appeared first on Dominique DiPrima.