City of Inglewood and Clippers navigate through allegations of “backroom dealings” in regards to new arena

June 15, 2017 by Nathan Fenno via latimes.com

City of Inglewood and Clippers navigate through allegations of “backroom dealings” in regards to new arena

June 15, 2017 by Nathan Fenno via latimes.com

“Minutes after Inglewood’s City Council unanimously approved an exclusive negotiating agreement with a Clippers-controlled company on Thursday to explore building an arena, a statement issued on behalf of the Forum assailed the deal as the product of “backroom dealing.”

The terse two paragraphs raised the first complication for a proposed project that is far from a sure thing.”

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