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ARCADIA CITY COUNCIL <br /> SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES <br /> TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 <br /> CALL TO ORDER — Mayor Tay called the Special Meeting to order at 5:07 p.m. in the City Council <br /> Conference Room, 240 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia, California. <br /> ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS <br /> PRESENT: Amundson, Beck, Chandler, and Tay <br /> ABSENT: Verlato <br /> A motion was made by Council Member Chandler, and seconded by Council Member <br /> Amundson to excuse Mayor Pro Tem Verlato. <br /> Mayor Pro Tem Verlato arrived at 5:11 p.m. <br /> PUBLIC COMMENTS <br /> Resident on Fifth Avenue (no name given), appeared and complained about a party house at <br /> 2230 S. Fifth Avenue where there are eight high end cars in the driveway, and periodically they <br /> get tickets when they park on the street; he indicated there is no enforcement unless he calls, <br /> plus there are two dogs that bark from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.; and wanted to know what can be <br /> done. <br /> Brian Goldin, a resident on E. Camino Real, appeared and complained about construction <br /> trucks that were parked on the street before Labor Day for about 10 days on Mayflower, with no <br /> enforcement; he indicated that the parking enforcement company hired by the City is not doing <br /> their job; he calls regarding overnight parking but nothing is done; he also indicated that there <br /> was a party bus parked there and was eventually towed; he also indicated that at 1110 Altern <br /> there are panels of dry wall on the front lawn, and complained about vehicles parking on the <br /> front lawn at another site, but did not have an address. <br /> STUDY SESSION (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) <br /> a. Report, discussion, and direction concerning parking in front yards, and overnight <br /> street parking permits in single-family zoned areas. <br /> Assistant City Manager/Development Services Director Kruckeberg provided the City Council with a <br /> report regarding parking in front yard areas, and overnight street parking permits in single-family <br /> zoned areas. <br /> A motion was made by Council Member Chandler, and seconded by Council Member Amundson, <br /> and carried on roll call vote directed the City Attorney to research the legality of issues relating to the <br /> possible increase of fees for on-street parking, and directed staff to research fees imposed by other <br /> cities, and to research and survey properties within the City concerning possible use of properties for <br /> storage of vehicles in residential areas, and other possible excessive storage and parking of <br /> vehicles on driveways in residential areas. <br />