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ARCADIA CITY COUNCIL <br /> REGULAR MEETING MINUTES <br /> TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER— Mayor Verlato called the regular meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. <br /> 2. INVOCATION — Reverend Terry Keenan, The Santa Anita Church <br /> 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE — Girl Scout Troop #5021 <br /> 4. ROLL CALL OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS <br /> PRESENT: Amundson, Beck, Tay, Chandler, and Verlato <br /> ABSENT: None <br /> 5. REPORT FROM CITY ATTORNEY REGARDING CLOSED/STUDY SESSION ITEMS <br /> City Attorney Deitsch announced that there were no Closed or Study Session items listed on the <br /> posted agenda. <br /> 6. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FROM CITY MANAGER REGARDING AGENDA <br /> ITEMS <br /> City Manager Lazzaretto indicated that there was no supplemental information. <br /> 7. MOTION TO READ ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS BY TITLE ONLY AND <br /> WAIVE THE READING IN FULL <br /> A motion was made by Mayor Pro Tem Chandler, and seconded by Council Member Tay to read <br /> all ordinances and resolutions by title only and waive the reading in full. <br /> 8. PRESENTATIONS <br /> a. Presentation by Jeanette Soriano, Government Relations Manager of Southern <br /> California Edison regarding the 2019 Reliability Report for Arcadia and SCE's <br /> Wildfire Mitigation Plan. <br /> 9. PUBLIC COMMENTS <br /> Roger Nemrava, an Arcadia resident, appeared and spoke about election integrity; he stated that <br /> the Arcadian's Rights Protection Association to support Roger Chandler and Bob Harbicht for City <br /> Council was fined $4,000 by the Fair Political Practices Commission for illegal activities in the <br /> 2018 City Election; he referenced eight votes that were cast by people who did not reside in the <br /> City of Arcadia, and stated that the City and County must do their job to ensure that the City's <br /> elections are free from voter fraud. <br /> In response to Mr. Nemrava's comment, City Manager Lazzaretto clarified that the County <br /> Registrar Recorder's office verified that the eight people who were alleged to be registered voters <br /> in the City, but did not live in the City, filled out new voter registration forms at their current <br /> 1 09-17-2019 <br />