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COUNCILMEN <br />\4\-N&-\� \Sd\ <br />CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />REGULAR COUNCIL M1ETING <br />Place: Council Chambers <br />Time: 7:30/P. M. <br />MINUTES <br />OLL CAL L'^ <br />$ <br />4 <br />: Date March 9, 1970 <br />= 9 INDEX _ <br />Pre sent <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />Roll Call. <br />Absent <br />x <br />Wotion <br />x <br />The reading of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of <br />Ayes <br />xxx <br />xxx <br />February 24, 1970 was waived and said Minutes were <br />Absent <br />x <br />approved as written and ordered filed. <br />Resolution No. 7148, of the City Council of the City of <br />R -7148 ` <br />Newport Beach eulogizing the memory of Congressman <br />Motion <br />x <br />James B. Utt and expressing on behalf of the City Council <br />Ayes <br />xxx <br />xxx <br />and the residents of the City of Newport Beach a deep <br />Absent <br />x <br />sense of loss, was adopted. <br />PUBLIC HEARINGS: <br />1. Mayor Pro Tem Parsons opened the public hearing <br />White <br />• <br />regarding the appeal of Dan- Brittania, Inc. (White <br />Horse Inn <br />Horse Inn), 3295 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach, <br />Appeal <br />appealing the Planning Commission's denial of <br />Amendments to Use Permit Nos. 1244, 1272 and <br />1419 to change the hour of closing from 12:00 mid- <br />night to 2:00 A. M. , and denying extension of Use <br />Permit Nos. 1272 and 1419 to permit live entertain- <br />ment, dancing and amplification devices in conjunctio <br />with the restaurant operation. <br />City Clerk Laura Lagios stated that there had been <br />received that day a statement by John E. Taber <br />regarding the closing of the Pride Oil Service Station <br />adjacent to the White Horse Inn and a petition bearing <br />signatures of 76 residents in the area around the <br />White Horse Inn stating they have no objections to <br />amplification entertainment and a 2:00 A. M. closing <br />hour at the White Horse Inn. <br />A report from the Planning Director regarding the <br />findings of the Planning Commission was presented. <br />Planning Director Larry Wilson gave a staff report. <br />The following people spoke from the audience in <br />favor of amplification entertainment and a 2:00 A. M. <br />closing hour at the White Horse Inn: John Mitchell, <br />- <br />Attorney for Dan Brittania, Inc.; John Ryder, <br />Manager of White Horse Inn; John Callahan, Ted <br />Thomas, Irene Seleski, and Robert Smith. <br />G. A. Zimmer, representing the Flying Butler <br />Restaurant, stated he had no objections to the White <br />Horse Inn operation if the parking problems were <br />resolved. <br />• <br />Volume 24' - Page 46 <br />