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Toyota Sports Complex Gets 60 Day Extension Torrance City Council Meeting 10 26 21

9C. City Manager and Community Services – Approve Second Amendment to Lease Agreement for Property Located at 555-575 Maple Avenue. Expenditure: None. This link to the Council Meeting has additional details: John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners' Association, Inc. (SETHA) JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA 2860 Gateway Oaks Drive, Suite 400 • Sacramento, California 95833-4336 Telephone 916-263-7885 • Fax 916-263-1966 • TDD 415-865-4272 TANI G. CANTIL-SAKAUYE Chief Justice of California Chair of the Judicial Council October 18, 2021 Hon. Patrick J. Furey Mayor of Torrance City of Torrance 3031 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, California 90503 RE: 60-Day Land Lease Extension at the Future Torrance Courthouse Site Dear Mayor Furey: Attachment A MARTIN HOSHINO Administrative Director JOHN WORDLAW Chief Administrative Officer PELLA MCCORMICK Director, Facilities Services The Judicia
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