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necessary to protect both the individuals using the street and those visitors and <br />• residents in need of emergency police and fire services during the Fourth of July <br />Holiday. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Newport Beach as <br />follows: <br />SECTION 2: <br />A. Pursuant to the provisions of Article 3, Chapter 1, Division 11 of the Vehicle Code of <br />the State of California, the Newport Beach City Council hereby authorizes any peace <br />officer to temporarily close, or divert traffic from all, or a portion, of the following <br />streets and public parking lots when, in the opinion of that peace officer, little or no <br />vehicular flow is occurring and a significant number of vehicles are not promptly <br />moving when an opportunity arises to do so, or when in the opinion of that peace <br />officer, closure is necessary for the safety and protection of persons using the street <br />for celebrations, parades, special events, or similar activities: <br />1. Seashore Drive between 32nd Street and Prospect; <br />2. Eastbound Balboa Boulevard between 32nd Street and West Coast Highway; <br />3. The southbound lanes of Newport Boulevard between Via Lido and Balboa <br />• Boulevard; and <br />4. All "100" block streets and alleys between 32nd Street and 54th Street. <br />5. Back Bay Drive. <br />6. Public areas and parking lots: <br />a. On Seashore Drive; <br />b. At Superior and Pacific Coast Highway; <br />C. At City Hall. <br />B. That the authority of a peace officer to temporarily close, or divert traffic from, the <br />streets listed above is limited to the period from 6:00 a.m. on July 3, 2005, to 11:00 <br />p.m. on July 5, 2005. <br />ADOPTED this 24t' day of May, 2005. <br />ATTEST: <br />a.4w�rn <br />City Clerk <br />K <br />