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r IAL, 1:413:1411 A- <br />COUNCIL MEMBERS <br />\CAL <br />ROLL ST 9 Z9 SF 9c REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING <br />PLACCE: Council nciilMChambers <br />`n DATE: November 12, 1985 <br />MINUTES <br />MO <br />Presentation by Flo Stoddard, Chairman, <br />Newport -Mesa Unified School District and Jo <br />Vandervort, Member of the Newport -Mesa <br />Unified School District Art Collection <br />Advisory Committee, of Art Collection book <br />Changing Times /Changing Styles to Mayor and <br />City Council, and conveying appreciation for <br />Newport Beach's support of books and <br />exhibition. <br />Present <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />A. ROLL CALL. <br />Absent <br />x <br />x <br />Motion <br />x <br />B. The reading of the Minutes of the <br />Ayes <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />Meeting of October 28, 1985, was waived, <br />Abstain <br />x <br />approved as written, and ordered filed. <br />Motion <br />x <br />C. The reading in full of all ordinances <br />All Ayes <br />and resolutions under consideration was <br />waived, and the City Clerk was directed <br />to read by titles only. <br />D. HEARINGS: <br />1. Mayor Maurer opened the public hearing Ord 85 -29 <br />regarding proposed ORDINANCE NO. 85 -29, PW /Major <br />being, Thrfr Brdg <br />Fee Prgrm <br />AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT (74) <br />. <br />BEACH ADDING CHAPTER 15.42 TO THE <br />NEWPORT BEACH MUNICIPAL CODE <br />ESTABLISHING A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE <br />AND BRIDGE FEE AND DEVELOPER FEE <br />PROGRAM, <br />presented for second reading with report <br />from Public Works. <br />It was noted that the hearing also <br />includes consideration of proposed <br />resolution establishing a Fee Program <br />and areas of benefit for the San Joaquin <br />Hills Transportation Corridor. <br />The City Clerk reported that after the <br />agenda was printed, three additional <br />letters were received regarding this <br />item, i.e., Diane Sweet, in favor of the <br />proposal, and Thomas Wooldriel and <br />Robert Best, in opposition. <br />The Public Works Director summarized the <br />subject report and reviewed the <br />recommendations under consideration. <br />Volume 39 - Page 410 <br />