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RESOLUTION NO. 2006-77 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY <br />OF NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, ORDERING THE <br />SUBMISSION TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE <br />CITY OF A CERTAIN MEASURE RELATING TO THE <br />GENERAL PLAN UPDATE AT THE GENERAL <br />MUNICIPAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, <br />NOVEMBER 7, 2006 AS CALLED BY RESOLUTION NOS. <br />2006-48 AND 2006-63. <br />WHEREAS, the City Council has, by Resolution No. 2006-48 that was adopted on <br />June 27, 2006, and Resolution No. 2006-63 that was adopted on July 11, 2006, called a General <br />Municipal Election on Tuesday, November 7, 2006; and <br />WHEREAS, Section 423 of the City Charter and the Measure S Guidelines require <br />voter approval of any amendment to the General Plan that exceeds certain thresholds; and <br />WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the proposed amendment to the <br />Land Use Element of the General Plan requires voter approval pursuant to the provisions of <br />Section 423 of the City Charter and the Measure S Guidelines because the increase in density <br />over the existing General Plan exceeds 100 dwelling units; and <br />WHEREAS, the amendment is a comprehensive update of the General Plan that <br />establishes both increases and decreases in authorized development within the Land Use Element <br />Planning area. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT <br />BEACH, CALIFORNIA, DOES RESOLVE, DETERMINE AND ORDER AS FOLLOWS: <br />SECTION 1. That the City Council, pursuant to its right and authority, does order <br />submitted to the voters at the General Municipal Election on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, the <br />following question: <br />Shall the Land Use Element of the Newport Beach General Plan be YES <br />amended to provide for a reduction of an estimated 28,920 average daily <br />vehicle trips, including 1,121 morning and 958 evening peak hour vehicle <br />trips, by reducing non-residential development square footage by 449,499 <br />square feet while concurrently increasing the number of residential dwelling NO <br />units by 1,166 units? <br />SECTION 2. That the proposed measure to be submitted to the voters consists of the <br />