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Inglewood : $100,000 for Schools

September 03, 1987

The builder of the Carlton Square development next to the Forum has donated $100,000 to the Inglewood Unified School District to alleviate any school overcrowding caused by the 470-unit project.

The City Council granted approval for the Lusk Co. to build Carlton Square in April, 1985, before the school board passed a resolution imposing fees on new developments to help pay for schools.

At this week's council meeting, Lusk Executive Vice President Don Steffenson presented a $100,000 check to Mayor Edward Vincent that the city will turn over to the Inglewood schools.

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