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ARCADIA CITY COUNCIL <br /> REGULAR MEETING MINUTES <br /> TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015 <br /> CALL TO ORDER— Mayor Wuo called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. <br /> INVOCATION — Pastor Terrence Shay, Arcadia Chinese Baptist Church <br /> PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE— Mary Beth Hayes, Library and Museum Services <br /> ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS <br /> PRESENT: Council Members Beck, Chandler, Kovacic, Tay, and Wuo <br /> ABSENT: None <br /> SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FROM CITY MANAGER REGARDING AGENDA ITEMS <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto stated there was no supplemental agenda information. <br /> MOTION TO READ ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS BY TITLE ONLY AND WAIVE <br /> THE READING IN FULL <br /> A motion was made by Council Member Tay, seconded by Mayor Pro Tern Kovacic, to read all <br /> ordinances and resolutions by title only and waive the reading in full. <br /> PUBLIC COMMENTS <br /> David Arvizu, spokesperson for the Save the Arcadia, appeared and spoke about <br /> the lawsuit filed against the City; he indicated that the citizens are <br /> also working on modifying the City Building Codes; he indicated that the other homeowner <br /> associations in the City have contacted him and will be getting their input; that the <br /> citizens are also researching and organizing to recall Mayor Wuo <br /> and Council Members Chandler and Tay; and stated that he is not willing to settle the lawsuit <br /> and that they intend to win. <br /> April Verlato, an Arcadia resident, appeared and spoke in support of the water conservation <br /> ordinance; and spoke about drought tolerant landscaping in lieu of lawns. <br /> Stuart Reeves appeared and spoke in support of water reduction; he asked about the <br /> measurement and reference period; and noted that his household averages about a 17% <br /> reduction in water. <br /> Lydia Loi, a licensed massage therapist in Arcadia, appeared and spoke in opposition of the City <br /> shifting the license process for massage therapists from the City to the State. <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto explained that Ms. Lo's concern is regarding the massage ordinance <br /> on the agenda which will shift the licensing process for massage therapists from the City to the <br /> State; he explained the process and indicated that it is not the City's intention to put anyone out <br /> 04-21-15 <br />