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<br />I'=~ <br /> <br />RESTAURANT <br />SITE <br /> <br />p <br />~" e;iJ <br /> <br />STREET <br />CLOSING <br />(CALIFORNIA) <br /> <br />1 <br /> <br />~ ~ S1.,.v <br />,',V <br />\()~u <br />Q;V <br /> <br />DEBRIS <br />llASIN <br /> <br />5' <br />, I <br />, 1-\ ? <br />Of ~ \J <br />, I <br />'1 V <br />\"...~ <br />~ ' <br /> <br />22:9459 <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />CITY COUNCIL AND THE ARCADIA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY <br /> <br />ADJOURNED REGULAR MEETING <br /> <br />FEBRUARY 28, 1978 <br /> <br />The City Council and the Arcadia Redevelopment Agency met in an <br />adjourned regular session at 3 p.m. February 28, 1978 in the <br />Council Chamber of the Arcadia City Hall. <br /> <br />PRESENT: <br />ABSENT: <br /> <br />Members Gi1b, Lauber,.Parry, Sae1id <br />Member Margett <br /> <br />On MOTION by Member Gilb, seconded by Member Parry and carried <br />unanimously Member Margett was excused. <br /> <br />The Economic Coordinator reported on alternate sites for a restaurant <br />proposed for 14 E. Huntington Drive which the City Council had <br />considered on February 21 and continued until March 7. During the <br />interim staff was to seek out alternate locations for the restaurant. <br />Drawings were reviewed which indicated just how the restaurant <br />facility could be located on the sites with sufficient area for <br />parking purposes. The Conditional Use Permit was approved <br />on the condition that parking meet the requirements of <br />the Code. It was submitted that perhaps the urgency for Thomas <br />Turiace to vacate the premises would be lessened because the owner <br />of the Chinese Restaurant at 18-20 E. Huntington Drive had advised thai <br />he plans to expand his business to the west into the so-called <br />Clown Towne Bar property and would have to go through the rather <br />lengthy procedure of obtaining a conditional use permit. It was <br />said that Mr. Turiace had been advised of the alternate sites and <br />said they were possibilities. This matter will be before the City <br />Council on March 7 and during the interim staff will see what could <br />be worked out on a trade, or Mr. Turiace might work it out on his <br />own. <br /> <br />The City Council recently asked staff to bring back material previ- <br />ously prepared concerning the possible closing of California Street <br />from Santa Anita to First Avenue and the expansion of First Avenue <br />Jr. High ball fields. This was brought about by the need for <br />additional baseball diamonds by local Leagues. John Nelson, Business <br />Manager from the School District, said in part that indeed more <br />property is needed but financially it was not possible, however, <br />the District would be more than willing to work toward that end. <br />Some discussion ensued on the possibility of installing lights on <br />the existing fields which would make it available for night playing. <br />A figure of approximately $90,000 was submitted for this installation. <br />It was the consensus that the Recreation Department staff work with <br />the School District staff to develop a redesign of the ball field <br />area utilizing California Street for presentation to the Recreation <br />Commission. <br /> <br />Staff advised that the Flood Control District proposes to remove <br />approximately 2700 cubic yards of debris from its basins which are <br />located at the north end of Stonehouse Road and at the upstream end <br />of Camillo Street in Sierra Madre. This is necessary to order to <br />restore the basins to original capacity. This will be done by <br />transporting the material south on Stonehouse Road, east on Grandview, <br />north on Santa Anita and east on Elkins Avenue, entering the City to <br />the debris disposal area east of the Santa Anita Wash. The work is <br />of an emergency nature and would be completed by the end of March. <br />It was MOVED by Member Gilb, seconded by Member Parry and carried <br />unanimously that the provisions of Ordinance No. 1377 be WAIVED <br /> <br />2-28-78 <br /> <br />- 1 - <br />