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homeowner associations, churches, significant historic and cultural resources, and anything the <br /> residents think is a community of interest; and indicated that they would agree and support <br /> moving the City General Municipal election date to November 2018. <br /> Mike Vercillo, an Arcadia resident, appeared and indicated that he supports the Green Map, and <br /> provided the reasons. <br /> Brett Mitulski, an Arcadia resident, appeared and spoke about neighborhood unity; and <br /> indicated that he supports the Orange Map, and provided the reasons. <br /> Sheng Chang, an Arcadia resident, appeared and indicated that he supports Maps L or B, and <br /> provided the reasons; he recommended moving the election date to November 2018, and <br /> suggested electing all 5 seats at the same time in June or November of 2018, which he feels <br /> would save the City $100,000, and feels that the money should be spent in the police <br /> department for the safety of the citizens; and requested that four senior current and past City <br /> Council members not run in 2018 or future elections. <br /> Peter Olson, an Arcadia resident and President of the Santa Anita Oaks Homeowners <br /> Association, appeared and indicated that he supports the Orange Map, and provided the <br /> reasons. <br /> Roger Nemrava, an Arcadia resident and Member of the Highland Oaks Homeowner <br /> Association, appeared and indicated that he supports the Orange Map, and provided the <br /> reasons. <br /> Gary Kovacic, an Arcadia resident, appeared and shared his concerns regarding district based <br /> elections, and the maps presented. <br /> Noreen McLennan, an Arcadia resident, appeared and was concerned that she did not see her <br /> street included in any of the presented maps. <br /> Howard Ursetti, an Arcadia resident, appeared and indicated that the map he presented (Map L) <br /> was split up based on school districts, but it did not qualify because it was not population <br /> balanced; he indicated that he still supports Map L, which was updated by Mr. McDonald and <br /> would support any map similar to Map L which incorporates school district communities of <br /> interest. <br /> Julie Lim, an Arcadia resident, appeared and indicated that she supports the Orange Map, and <br /> provided the reasons. <br /> Tim Burch, an Arcadia resident, appeared and spoke about fairness, and indicated that he <br /> favored the Orange Map. <br /> A motion to close the public hearing was made by Council Member Chandler, seconded by <br /> Mayor Pro Tem Tay, and seeing no objection, Mayor Amundson declared the public hearing <br /> closed. <br /> After discussion, it was the consensus of the City Council that the following seven maps be <br /> brought back for further studying and consideration: Public Map K with a modification as <br /> necessary to make it legally defensible, Public Maps A, B, and L, and the Green, Orange, and <br /> Purple Maps. <br />