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Regular Meeting <br /> City Council Chamber, 7:00 p.m. <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER— Mayor Tay called the regular meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. <br /> 2. INVOCATION — First Reader, Kristin Bennett— First Church of Christ, Scientist <br /> 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE — Gene Glasco, Elected City Clerk <br /> 4. ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS <br /> PRESENT: Amundson, Beck, Chandler, Verlato, and Tay <br /> ABSENT: None <br /> 5. REPORT FROM CITY ATTORNEY REGARDING CLOSED/STUDY SESSION ITEMS <br /> City Attorney Deitsch announced that prior to the regular meeting, the City Council met in a Study <br /> Session to hear a report from staff regarding a driveway study in single-family zoned areas and <br /> annual overnight parking street permit fees. <br /> Regarding the driveway study in single-family residential areas, City Attorney Deitsch reported <br /> that Council Member Beck made a motion, which was seconded by Mayor Pro Tern Verlato, to <br /> limit the number of vehicles parked between the front façade of the home and the street on any <br /> lot to six (6); and stated that the motion was defeated on a 2-3 vote (3 opposed), with Mayor Tay, <br /> and Council Members Amundson and Chandler voting No. <br /> Regarding the overnight parking street permit fees, City Attorney Deitsch stated that the existing <br /> fee of$84 was established by the City Council in 1997, and has not increased since that time; he <br /> reported that on motion by Mayor Pro Tern Verlato, and seconded by Council Member Beck, the <br /> City Council unanimously 5-0 directed staff to bring back for City Council consideration at a future <br /> meeting, an increase in the overnight parking street permit fees from $84 to $125, effective July <br /> 1, 2019, if approved by the City Council. <br /> City Attorney Deitsch further announced that the City Council also conducted a Closed Session <br /> to discuss anticipated litigation, with the City Attorney, regarding the threat of litigation relating to <br /> City Manager item 12.a, the Historical Preservation Ordinance, and that no reportable action was <br /> taken. <br /> 6. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FROM CITY MANAGER REGARDING AGENDA <br /> ITEMS <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto indicated that several emails received since the agenda was posted on <br /> the City's website last Friday, up to the time of meeting, were distributed to the City Council <br /> relating to City Manager item 12.a (the Historic Preservation Ordinance); and that new pages to <br /> the draft Ordinance were also distributed to the City Council because some section headings, and <br /> page numbers were missing when it was printed. <br /> I <br /> 2 03-19-2019 <br />