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AFFIDAVIT Of PUBLICATION <br />STATE OF CALIFORNIA, <br />r *ounty of Orange, <br />-- - - - - -- -------- BEL4 ---- EiF DD. 1- OK -------------------------- ------- ....._..._.- - - <br />of the said County, being duly sworn, deposes <br />and says: THAT ------ - - - - -- he is and at all times here <br />mentioned was a citizen of the United States, <br />over the age of eighteen years, and that .......... <br />he is not a party to, nor interested in the above <br />entitled matter; that ------ - - - - -- he is the * .................. <br />------------------------------------ printer of the Newport Harbor <br />News Press, a newspaper of general circulation, <br />printed and published in the City of Newport <br />Beach, County of Orange, and which newspaper <br />has been adjudged a newspaper of general cir- <br />culation by the Superior Court of the County <br />of Orange, State of California, under date of <br />*October 22, 1954, Case Number A 24831; <br />that the notice, of which the annexed is a printed <br />copy, has been published in each regular and <br />entire issue of said newspaper and not in any <br />supplement thereof on the following dates, <br />to -wit: <br />--------- ---- F.. hr. uamy.. --- -3_.-- ............:................................................... <br />all in the year 19- 6P..... <br />*Printer Foreman of .the Printer or Principal <br />Clerk of the Printer <br />Subscribed and Sworn to before me this <br />�z :.............. ... <br />.....� ay of F�.p, 196x... <br />• :_ ... F o ''Y�1 lrr,e8 <br />- (SEAL) Notar R�ublictin and for said County <br />and State. <br />M"y. Commission Expires <br />_ <br />....................... cuxau.e.mbjax'- -16...... - - - - -- --- - - - - -- 19...6 ' <br />571 <br />This space is for the County Clerk's Filing Stamp <br />Affidavit of Pu licatiow ®? <br />ORDINANCE NO. 909 <br />AN ORDINANCA OF Tiff: <br />CITY OF NEW.OBT BEAU <br />- - - - -- <br />ADDING SECTION 3295 TO <br />THY. NEWPORT BEACH <br />MUNICIPAL CODE RELAT- <br />ING TO THE RYCULATION <br />OF TRAFFF'IC <br />- - -- <br />The City Council of the Citv <br />of NreyN oart Beach does ordain <br />, <br />as follows: <br />SECTION 1: Section 32M is <br />cif <br />added to the Newport Beach <br />Nd <br />MinocinAl Code to read:' <br />- ^SECTION 3295. Vehieu- <br />r <br />UI! <br />lar Arrns� to Balboa Island <br />Restricted. la, Findings of <br />j5 <br />I <br />Fact. I <br />The City Council.finds that: <br />1. Baibna Island is an <br />island in Newport Bay with <br />an area of approximately <br />130 acres. Said island is <br />subdivided - into . .approxi. <br />mately 1500 separate par- <br />cels. Park and Marine Ave. <br />nues axe the widest streets <br />on Balboa Island, with ap- <br />proximately 40. ft. of paved <br />roadway. The remainder of <br />the streets have approxi. <br />merely 28 ft. of paved <br />roadway. The roadway <br />widths permit only one lane <br />V travel in each direction <br />and are sufficiently narrow <br />as to impair travel and <br />parking. It has become nec- <br />essary to restrict travel to <br />one direction only on many <br />of the streets. The alley <br />width of the perimeter alley <br />is 15 ft Because of exten- <br />sive pedestrihn t-ra.vel, no <br />general vehicular traffic is <br />permitted on said perimeter <br />alley. All other- alleys on <br />Balboa Island are only 10 <br />ft. in width. - <br />2. Almost every parcel of <br />property on Balboa Island <br />is occupied by single or <br />multiple. residential build - <br />ings'or. by business build - <br />ings. <br />3. There i.s extremely <br />dense residential occupancy <br />during the school Spring <br />vacations or 'Easter Week', <br />and during the entire Sum- <br />mer season. People gather <br />in large numbers for social <br />and recreational activities <br />during Faster. Week, during. <br />the entire Summer season <br />and on weekends and spe- <br />cial occasions during other <br />periods. <br />. 4. Access to' and exit <br />from Balboa Island by mo- <br />tor vehicle is limited to <br />Marine Avenue, which cross- <br />es a bridge over an arm of <br />Newport Bap, and by a fer- <br />iy across Newport Bay <br />from Balboa. Said bridge is <br />I vvida enmigh fnr one lane of <br />sutmmw one ,ino,, ^aoh <br />d,lectinu. -Sail r• Lan <br />rltsoharg. and I o a d nniv <br />t h,ee (3) autoni "bite; : =t one <br />time. <br />5. There are no improved <br />publin parking lots on the <br />island. <br />6. Most romme oiil and <br />many residential premises <br />db not have off- street park- <br />ing facilities for metal* ve- <br />hicles <br />T. Many of the. buildings <br />on the island are of wood <br />construction and have wood <br />siding and wooden shingles <br />on the roof. Most of the <br />buildings are built rinse to <br />the lot lines. These cnndi- <br />tions result in mama wooden <br />s t r it c t nr e s being closely <br />grouped together. During <br />Spring vacation and during <br />the Summer, all such build- <br />ings are densely ecenpied <br />by ve,cstienera. Recause of <br />the mature of constructinn <br />and the close gimping of <br />said buildings, a. fire in one <br />could quickh. spread to ad- <br />joining buildings. <br />8. During the Spring <br />school vACatinn, during the <br />entire Summer season and <br />on weekends and other Ape - <br />cial occasions, great num- <br />bers of motor ehi,-l" are <br />driven onto the island by <br />nonresident v i s i t o r s for <br />which neither nn- street nor <br />off - street parking facilities <br />are available. At all hours <br />of the day and night during <br />these times, such vehicles <br />Are driven A,tmlessh' around <br />the island on the streets <br />and alleys. Many of them <br />are parked for varying pe- <br />rinds of time on the travel- <br />ed portion of the streets <br />and alleys. Snme are left <br />unattended. The result is <br />that all of the streets anti <br />alleys on the Island are so <br />congested with vehicles that <br />vehicular traffic is stalled <br />for 'long period, of time. <br />t1rivers on the island find 'I-, <br />impossible to drive off, rb'i- <br />vers off the island cannot <br />drive onto the island. emet- <br />gency vehicles including po- <br />lice automobiles, fire trucks, <br />lifer vehicles and Am- <br />bulances have been d' - +vrd <br />far periods un to 41 ,oin- <br />rites in traveling to =nncu- <br />gency calls no the:'Anri. <br />Doctors have been deinv'od <br />in rearhir- their na'.-ient, <br />'r 'ho are residents an the <br />Nand as a rOsolt ,f 0,I- <br />onhirdar "mge?tion_ <br />9, Ti—,r is one flu• sls- <br />tirn on the island 1"­;, : "t <br />nea­ the bridle enbanr" to <br />it. The men and en element <br />�t thi,a st�tlon mast b= UcrTl <br />