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RESOLUTION NO. 2018-80 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING THE TERM <br />OF THE BALBOA VILLAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE <br />WHEREAS, on September 25, 2012, the City Council adopted Resolution <br />No. 2012-85 creating the Balboa Village Advisory Committee ("Committee") to oversee <br />the timely implementation of recommendations provided in the Balboa Village Master <br />Plan ("Master Plan"); <br />WHEREAS, on July 9, 2013, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2013-58 <br />amending the membership of the Committee; <br />WHEREAS, the Committee is made up of seven (7) members consisting of two (2) <br />City Council members, one of which shall represent District 1, one (1) Balboa Village <br />Business Merchants Association Board Member, one (1) representative of OceanQuest, <br />one (1) representative of the Balboa Peninsula Point Homeowners Association, one (1) <br />representative of the Central Newport Beach Community Association, and one (1) at large <br />member; <br />WHEREAS, in 2014, the City Council established the Balboa Village Area Benefit <br />District (also referred to as the "Parking Benefit District"), which receives revenue from <br />parking fees for the purposes of enhancing or supplementing services in Balboa Village; <br />WHEREAS, the Committee's responsibilities include providing recommendations <br />to the City Council regarding allocation of funding from the Parking Benefit District; <br />WHEREAS, on April 12, 2016, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2016-50 <br />amending the responsibilities of the Committee, including that the Committee is the sole <br />entity responsible for providing recommendations to the City Council regarding funding <br />for Balboa Village projects derived from the Parking Benefit District and other sources, <br />and extending the term of the Committee to December 31, 2018; <br />WHEREAS, the Committee has overseen the successful implementation of <br />several recommendations of the Master Plan; however, continued guidance from the <br />Committee and public involvement is needed to complete this effort; and <br />WHEREAS, by this resolution, the City Council intends to extend the term of the <br />Committee to December 31, 2020. <br />NOW THEREFORE, The City Council of the City of Newport Beach resolves as <br />follows.. <br />