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is Pv , <br />9 E <br />4727 was adopted by the following roll call vote, to wit: <br />AYES, COUNCILMEN: Hart, Wilder, MacKay, Stoddard, <br />Higbie, Ridderhof, Hill <br />NOES, COUNCILMEN: None <br />ABSENT, COUNCILMEN: None <br />Mayor Hill announced to the students that; although the Statements of 'For <br />adoption of resolutions and the approval of Budget Amendments Hz to stu enLt <br />seemed to be proceeding with little discussion, the action taken <br />at this time was the result of a great deal of preparation and <br />study of the matters. <br />Mayor Hill announced that this was the time and place for a <br />Res. of Intention <br />The Clerk presented Resolution No. 4726, being a resolution <br />R-4726 a opte_, order <br />of intention of the Council declaring its intention to order the <br />in vacation or <br />closing up, vacation and abandonment of portions of certain streets <br />portions 01 certain <br />known as Shore Avenue, Wave Street, Heliotrope Avenue, Iris Avenue, <br />streets in Corona del <br />Jasmine Avenue, Larkspur Avenue and Narcissus Avenue, and certain <br />Mar, an setting <br />alleys, and setting the hearing thereon for the 24th day of February, <br />heearingfor Feruar <br />1958. On motion of Councilman Stoddard, seconded by Councilman <br />, <br />' <br />Wilder and carried, Resolution No. 4726 was adopted by the following <br />roll call vote, to wit: <br />AYES, COUNCILMEN: Hart, Wilder, MacKay, Stoddard, <br />Higbie, Ridderhof, Hill <br />NOES, COUNCILMEN: None <br />ABSENT, COUNCILMEN: None <br />Resolution No. 4727 was presented, authorizing the Mayor and <br />R -4727 adopted, re <br />City Clerk to execute a contract between the City and O'Melveny & <br />contract with <br />Myers, for the services of said firm as bond counsel in <br />0'Melveny & Myers <br />connection with the April 8th election. On motion of Councilman <br />for services as bona <br />Hart, seconded by Councilman MacKay and.carried, Resolution No. <br />counsel. <br />4727 was adopted by the following roll call vote, to wit: <br />AYES, COUNCILMEN: Hart, Wilder, MacKay, Stoddard, <br />Higbie, Ridderhof, Hill <br />NOES, COUNCILMEN: None <br />ABSENT, COUNCILMEN: None <br />Mayor Hill announced to the students that; although the Statements of 'For <br />adoption of resolutions and the approval of Budget Amendments Hz to stu enLt <br />seemed to be proceeding with little discussion, the action taken <br />at this time was the result of a great deal of preparation and <br />study of the matters. <br />Mayor Hill announced that this was the time and place for a <br />Public hearin re the <br />' <br />public hearing in connection with the Master Plan which had been <br />Master PT an. R- <br />recommended for adoption by the Planning Commission. Mr. Walter <br />adoptea adopting t e <br />Longmoor, Chairman of the Planning Commission, introduced Mr. <br />Master Plan. <br />Lawrence Wise of Hahn, Wise & Associates, Planning Consultants, <br />who were employed to prepare the Master Plan. Mr. Wise explained <br />that the Master Plan consists of three units of planning, to wit: <br />1. Land Use; 2. Streets and Highways; 3. Parks and Recreation. <br />Maps illustrating the planning for each of the units were displayed. <br />Mr. Wise explained to the many students in the audience that the <br />Master Plan was a guide for the future planning of the City and was <br />not regulatory in nature. The following students spoke from the <br />audience asking pertinent questions: Claremont Sherman, Chip <br />Fitzwater, Sven Pretorius, Dave Pettit, John Cook and Stewart <br />Betz. Mr. Jack Lindsey participated in the discussion. Since no <br />one else desired to comment on the plan, on motion of Councilman <br />Hart, seconded by Councilman Ridderhof and carried, the hearing <br />was closed. Mr. Longmoor stated that he urgently recommended the <br />adoption of the Master Plan as submitted. Mayor Hill expressed <br />the gratitude of the Council to Mr. Longmoor and to the Planning <br />Commission for their diligence in working out the details of the <br />Master Plan and for excellent services rendered the City. On <br />motion of Councilman Hart, seconded by Councilman Ridderhof and <br />carried, Resolution No. 4728, being a resolution adopting the <br />Master Plan, was adopted by the following roll call vote, to wit: <br />AYES, COUNCILMEN: Hart, Wilder, MacKay, Stoddard, <br />Higbie, Ridderhof, Hill <br />' NOES, COUNCILMEN: None <br />ABSENT, COUNCILMEN: None <br />On motion of Councilman Stoddard, seconded by Councilman <br />Letter from The <br />MacKay and carried, the letter from The Irvine Company, dated <br />Irvine Company re the <br />December 20, 1957, recommending modifications of the Master <br />— <br />astn�er Plan. <br />Plan, was referred to the Planning Commission for consideration. <br />The report of the City Mans.er to the Council, numbered 57- 58 -17, Report of City <br />dated January 8, 1958, entitled 'Removal of Trees in Divider Strip, Manager re removal of <br />Balboa Boulevard,1° was presented. Councilman Hart stated that the trees a oa <br />recommendations of the City Manager had met with the enthusiastic Boulevard. <br />approval of members of the Central Newport Beach Community Association. <br />On motion of Councilman Hart, seconded by Councilman Stoddard and <br />carried, the report was ordered received. <br />The report of the City Attorney regarding the acquisition of <br />property for Channel Place Park was presented, copy of which had <br />been previously given to members of the Council. On motion of <br />Councilman Stoddard, seconded by Councilman Ridderhof and carried, <br />the City Attorney was authorized to obtain an up -to -date appraisal <br />on Lots 1 and 2 in Block 145, Channel Place. <br />tto�VR ort of Cit <br />re <br />acquisition or <br />property for Channel <br />Place Park . <br />The City Manager presented the request of the Planning Commission Mayor requested to <br />for the Council's advices regarding subdivision fees for park a�poant` a committee <br />purposes. A discussion was had. On motion of Councilman Stoddard, �re study o <br />' seconded by Councilman Hart and carried, the Mayor was requested to su i�" vision fees for <br />appoint a liaison committee to work with The Irvine Company to offer par purposes. <br />the City's services in establishing a plan, and it was suggested that <br />the committee include representatives from the Council; Planning <br />Commission, and the Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission and the <br />