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ARCADIA CITY COUNCIL <br /> REGULAR MEETING MINUTES <br /> TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 <br /> CALL TO ORDER— Mayor Amundson called the meeting to order at 5:03 p.m. <br /> ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS <br /> PRESENT: Beck, Chandler, Tay, and Amundson <br /> ABSENT: Verlato <br /> A motion was made by Council Member Chandler, seconded by Mayor Pro Tern Tay to excuse <br /> Council Member Verlato. <br /> Council Member Verlato arrived at 5:07 p.m. <br /> PUBLIC COMMENTS — No one appeared. <br /> STUDY SESSION <br /> a. Report, discussion, and direction concerning Phase 2 of the Seabiscuit Pacifica <br /> Specific Plan at 130 W. Huntington Drive. <br /> Assistant City Manager/Development Services Director Kruckeberg provided a presentation <br /> regarding Phase 2 of the Seabiscuit Pacifica Specific Plan Project; and presented what is now <br /> being proposed regarding the residential portion of the project, and explained how the two <br /> phases will work together; he indicated that the height of the project will be 95 feet, and that all <br /> requirements of the zoning code and parking requirements have been met, and feels that this is <br /> a good project for this site. <br /> Rob MacMillian, representing the Chateau Group, was present and answered various questions <br /> raised by the City Council regarding the design of the project, parking, the height of the building, <br /> the price of the condominiums, and the retail businesses, and explained some of the differences <br /> in the prior approved plans and now; he provided information regarding additional amenities that <br /> are being proposed for the project; and noted that he had made a presentation to the Arcadia <br /> Coordinating Council, and that they were very excited about the project. <br /> After some discussion, the City Council conceptually accepted the project as presented, <br /> including the height of the project. <br /> Council Member Beck indicated that he would like to see a sidewalk installed for access to the <br /> hotel for City Hall and Methodist Hospital employees. <br /> After some discussion regarding the sidewalk, Mr. MacMillian indicated that they would look into <br /> it and was certain they can make it work. <br /> Assistant City Manager/Development Services Director Kruckeberg, indicated that as long as <br /> the City Council agrees that the current trees on the property were not sacred, the sidewalk <br /> issue can be brought forward at a later time, and that other trees can be put in later on the site <br /> in place of the ones that would need to be removed in order to accommodate a sidewalk. <br /> 1 03-06-2018 <br />