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<br />MAYOR PRO <br />TEMPORE <br />(Butterworth) <br /> <br />RECESS <br /> <br />ARTH <br /> <br />HEARING <br /> <br />(Robert s) <br /> <br />/'V <br />,'~ <br /> <br />0j ,- <br /> <br />HEARING <br /> <br />(Conditional <br />Use Permit) <br />Vallone <br /> <br />\ <br />\!. <br />t <br /> <br />~ <br /> <br />( <br /> <br />18:7442 <br /> <br />Councilman Helms then stated in part that he was equally pleased to <br />place in nomination the name of a fellow councilman who has dedicated <br />much time and effort to the City. That there are two councilmen of <br />equal stature and ability; that Councilman Considine has only recently <br />served as Mayor and he was pleased to place in nomination the name of <br />Councilman Edward L. Butterworth as Mayor Pro Tempore. The nomination <br />was seconded by Councilman Considine, There being no further nomina- <br />tions, an unanimous vote was cast for Councilman Butterworth as Mayor <br />Pro Tempore. <br /> <br />Following a brief recess for the purpose of reorganizing the seating <br />arrangement of the City Council, the meeting reconvened. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />Mayor Arth stated in part as follows: <br /> <br />"I would like to thank the Councilmen for their confidence in me. <br />I will do everything I can to justify that confidence. I will endeavor <br />to make myself available just as former Mayor Hage did during his term." <br />He then complimented the former Mayor on inaugurating the system whereby <br />citizens were asked to submit their names if they were interested in <br />serving on the various boards and/or commissions; that he hoped to <br />carryon in this effort. <br /> <br />Application of Daniel Roberts, dba B & R Auto Sales Company, for a <br />business permit to conduct a used car sales lot at 400 E. Huntington <br />Drive. It was noted in a report that the applicant specializes in <br />high performance engines and corresponding automobile accessories <br />attractive to younger persons. <br /> <br />Mayor Arth declared the hearing open and the applicant presented <br />himself to Council and in answer to a query stated in part the <br />business is to be strictly used car sales; that the reference to <br />high performance does not imply that there will be racing vehicles; <br />that it applies to changing some of the equipment which appeals to <br />the younger generation and that the cars will be positioned on the <br />lot so that they will not infringe on the public right-of-way. <br /> <br />No one else desiring to speak to the matter, the Hearing was CLOSED <br />on MOTION by Councilman Butterworth, seconded by Councilman Hage <br />and carried unanimously. It was then MOVED by Councilman Considine, <br />seconded by Councilman Butterworth and carried unanimously that the <br />application be APPROVED subject to the protection of the public <br />right-of-way and in full compliance with the provisions of the <br />municipal code. <br /> <br />Planning Commission Resolution No. 675 granting a conditional use <br />permit to allow the construction of two 4-story apartment buildings <br />at 634-642 West Huntington Drive. At the Council meeting of April <br />1, 1969, a public hearing was scheduled for this date in order for <br />the Council to review the matter on its own. Appropriate notices <br />were mailed by the City Clerk with an affidavit therefor on file. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />The Planning Director explored the topography of the land in question; <br />that it is rectangular in shape with 135' frontage on Huntington Drive <br />and 574' in depth; it is zoned C-O & D; that the 'D' regulations <br />set forth in Resolution No. 3007 apply to the property only if it is <br />developed for professional office purposes and not applicable to any <br />residential use. He noted that staff used, the Zone R-3 and H regulations <br />only for comparative reasons. He then explained the proposed develop- <br /> <br />4-15-69 <br /> <br />- 2 - <br />