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RESOLUTION NO. 93 -43 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY <br />OF NEWPORT BEACH APPROVING AN AMENDMENT <br />TO THE LAND USE AND CIRCULATION ELEMENTS OF <br />THE NEWPORT BEACH GENERAL PLAN TO INCREASE <br />THE ENTITLEMENT FOR INTERPRETIVE CENTER USE <br />. FROM 8,000 TO 10,000 SQUARE FEET AND DELETE THE <br />SECONDARY BICYCLE TRAIL WITHIN THE WESTBAY <br />PARCEL OF UPPER NEWPORT BAY REGIONAL PARK <br />[GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT 92 -3(E)l <br />WHEREAS, as part of the development and implementation of the Newport <br />Beach General Plan the Land Use and Circulation Elements have been prepared; and <br />WHEREAS, said elements of the General Plan sets forth objectives, <br />supporting policies and limitations for development in the City of Newport Beach; and <br />WHEREAS, said elements of the General Plan designate the general <br />distribution and general location and extent of the uses of land and building intensities in <br />a number of ways, including residential land use categories and population projections, <br />commercial floor area limitations, and the floor area ratio ordinances; and <br />WHEREAS, the Land Use and Circulation Elements are correlated as <br />required by California planning law; and <br />WHEREAS, the provisions and policies of the Land Use and Circulation <br />Elements are further implemented by the traffic analysis procedures of the Traffic Phasing <br />Ordinance and the implementation programs of that Ordinance and the Fair Share Traffic <br />Contribution Fee Ordinance; and <br />WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 707 of the Charter of the City of Newport <br />Beach, the Planning Commission has held public hearings to consider the proposed <br />amendment to the Land Use and Circulation Elements of the Newport Beach General Plan <br />and has recommended City Council adoption of the proposed amendment; and <br />• WHEREAS, the City Council has held a public hearing to consider the <br />proposed amendment as required by law; and <br />WHEREAS, the circulation system will not be significantly impacted by the <br />proposed project; and <br />GPA 92-3(E) Resolution <br />Page 1 <br />