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CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />COUNCIL MEMBERS MINUTES <br />C0 s� \�M;l C REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING f PLACE: Council Chambers <br />,TIME: 7:30 P.M. <br />ROLL CAL `r 9 DATE: November 25, 1985 INDEX <br />Present <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />x <br />A. ROLL CALL. <br />.ent <br />x <br />x <br />Council Member Agee entered the meeting at <br />this time. <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 November 12, 1985, was <br />Abstain <br />x <br />x <br />waived, approved as written and ordered <br />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 />_ <br />D. HEARINGS: <br />1. Mayor Maurer opened the public hearing <br />Utilities/ <br />pursuant to the California Water Code <br />Urban Wtr <br />regarding approval of final draft of the <br />Mgm Pln <br />Urban Water Management Plan for the City <br />(89) <br />of Newport Beach. <br />The City Manager advised that during the <br />1983 -84 Regular Session of the <br />California Legislature, AB 797 was <br />passed and chaptered as part of the <br />California Water Code. This bill, <br />commonly known as the Urban Water <br />• <br />Management Planning Act, requires all <br />urban water purveyors with more than <br />3,000 service connections or water use, <br />or more than 3,000 acre -feet per year <br />served directly to consumers to prepare <br />and submit a plan not later than <br />December 31, 1985. <br />Robert Dixon of the Utilities <br />Department, addressed the Council and <br />stated that the staff has one additional <br />statement to add to the Urban Water <br />Management Plan, under the public <br />comments section, before the plan is <br />forwarded to the Department of Water <br />Resources. He stated that the staff was <br />reviewing the drought situation on the <br />East Coast and noted that the City of <br />New York was losing 50 million gallons <br />of water per day because of poor <br />maintenance, and as a result, the <br />statement to be added will read, "that <br />the City of Newport Beach will maintain, <br />at the City Council's direction, an <br />aggressive maintenance program." <br />Hearing no others wishing to address the <br />• <br />Council, the public hearing was closed. <br />Volume 39 - Page 425 <br />