Council to Hear Oil Amortization Proposal – Oct. 26

oil field and pump jack

At its Special Meeting of August 13, 2020, the City Council voted unanimously to move forward with further study of the Culver City portion of the Inglewood Oil Field (“City IOF”) and directed the City Council Oil Drilling Subcommittee, consisting of Vice-Mayor Fisch and Council Member Sahli-Wells (“Subcommittee”) to work directly with staff as it prepares a proposed Amortization Program that resolves the incompatibility of oil and gas uses with the surrounding community and considers options to phase-out the nonconforming oil and gas activities within the City IOF.

At its October 26, 2020 Regular Meeting, the City Council will:

Receive a status update from the Subcommittee and City staff regarding the preparation and future consideration of a proposed Amortization Program for the City IOF; and Consider the Subcommittee’s recommendation to adopt a Resolution declaring the City Council’s intent to evaluate the establishment of an approximate five-year phase-out period for the amortization and removal of nonconforming oil and gas activities within the City IOF.
The City Council Meeting will take place on October 26, 2020 at 7:00 PM. Please see instructions below on how to participate in the meeting and submit public comments.

The agenda for this meeting, including the staff report and proposed Resolution for this agenda item, will be available here when posted.

The Actors' Gang

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.