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The City Council concurred with the reorder of Consent Calendar item 2.g and tabling item 2.c. <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 Council Member Chandler, to read all <br /> ordinances and resolutions by title only and waive the reading in full. <br /> PRESENTATIONS <br /> a. Presentation by the Arcadia Chinese Association of gift certificates to City <br /> employees in appreciation of staff's efforts. <br /> 1. PUBLIC HEARING <br /> a. Direct the Los Angeles County Agricultural Commissioner to abate nuisances <br /> upon those properties located in the City of Arcadia, and approve the Annual <br /> Weed Abatement Property list. <br /> Recommended Action: Approve <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto presented the staff report. <br /> Mayor Beck opened the public hearing. No one appeared. <br /> A motion to close the public hearing was made by Council Member Chandler, seconded by <br /> Council Member Tay, and seeing no further objection, Mayor Beck declared the public hearing <br /> closed. <br /> It was moved by Council Member Chandler, seconded by Council Member Tay, and carried on <br /> roll call vote to direct the Los Angeles County Agricultural Commissioner to abate nuisances <br /> upon those properties located in the City of Arcadia, and approve the Annual Weed Abatement <br /> Property list. <br /> AYES: Chandler, Tay, Verlato, Amundson, and Beck <br /> NOES: None <br /> ABSENT: None <br /> As recommended by City Manager Lazzaretto, and concurred by the City Council, Mayor Beck <br /> announced that due to the number of speaker cards, Consent Calendar Item 2.g regarding <br /> coyotes will be discussed at this time. <br /> g. Professional Services Agreement with Animal Pest Management Services, Inc. <br /> for Coyote Trapping Services in an amount not to exceed $15,000. <br /> Recommended Action: Approve <br /> Ann Carlton, Arcadia, expressed her concerns regarding coyotes and the safety of the <br /> community. <br /> Ashley Page, Encino, encouraged the need for education, and does not feel that trapping of <br /> coyotes is going to resolve the problem. <br /> 3 02-21-2017 <br />