University administrators, the City Council and the mayor’s office all seek compromise.
The suit claims the Coliseum Commission violated laws by failing to release some public records and meeting in closed sessions.
Under the agreement, USC will have day-to-day control of the Coliseum for at least 20 years.
Following eight months of negotiations, USC has obtained day-to-day control of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Today is also the deadline for the Coliseum Commission to give USC its plan for upgrades.
Commissioners voted unanimously to begin negotiations to give USC control of the stadium.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s governing body will convene Sept. 7 to continue discussions about management of the stadium.
Officials look to continue their long-standing relationship despite reports of financial troubles.
Incumbent Bernard Parks had received about 54 percent of the vote as of Tuesday night.
Forescee Hogan-Rowles and incumbent Bernard Parks are vying for the 8th District seat.