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TCC Minutes February 3 2003

City Council Chambers---------City Hall
Monday, February 3, 2003---------4:00 p.m.

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT

David Bailey
J. Michael Cochran, Vice-Chairman
Brent Hardwick
Angela Lindstrom
Rosa E. Nowels
John Olmsted
Patrick Robeson

COMMISSIONERS ABSENT

STAFF PRESENT

Robert Hodson, Director of Engineering
Mark Miller, City Traffic Engineer
Dave Langstaff, Traffic Engineering Analyst
Teri Carlson, Senior Traffic Engineering Aide
Sergeant Matson, Police Department
Officer Grimaldi, Police Department
Amy Inzunza, Recording Secretary

CALL TO ORDER

Vice Chairman Cochran called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m.

MINUTES

Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept the December 2, 2002 minutes. Commissioner Nowels seconded the motion. The motion was approved, 4 voted yes (Cochran, Hardwick, Nowels, Robeson) and 3 abstentions (Bailey, Lindstrom. Olmsted).

NEW BUSINESS

  1. ELECTION OF CHAIRPERSON AND VICE-CHAIRPERSON.

    Commissioner Robeson nominated Vice Chairman Michael Cochran as Chairman for the Transportation and Circulation Commission. Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept the nomination. Commissioner Robeson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

    Commissioner Hardwick nominated Commissioner Robeson as Vice-Chairman for the Transportation and Circulation Commission. Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept the nomination. Chairman Cochran seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  2. ELECTION OF NEW BICYCLE USERS SUBCOMMITTEE (BUSC) REPRESENTATIVE.

    Commissioner Olmsted volunteered to be the representative for the Bicycle Users Subcommittee. Vice-Chairman Robeson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  3. CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO REMOVE THE OVERNIGHT PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON BOTH SIDES OF COMMONWEALTH AVENUE BETWEEN ANNIN AVENUE AND HARRINGTON DRIVE.

    Mark Miller, City Traffic Engineer, presented the staff report to remove the overnight parking restrictions on both sides of Commonwealth Avenue between Annin Avenue and Harrington Avenue. Mr. Mario Villanueva, the owner of the single-family multi-family residential property at 1513 E. Commonwealth Avenue, requested this removal on behalf of his tenant.

    In December 1993, City Council adopted Section 8.44.080 of the Fullerton Municipal Code, which provides for overnight parking exceptions. Section 8.44.080 states that with a majority of the property owners on both sides of the street in favor "exemptions may be granted for an area having an off-street parking deficiency. The smallest area which may be accepted is one city block, either one side or both sides". Seventy-five percent of the property owners on the north side of the street and sixty-six percent of the property owners on the south side of the street signed the petition satisfying the majority requirements. Section 8.44.080 defines a parking deficiency as "not meeting current minimum parking requirements for the same type of land use". Current zoning requirements now dictate that in addition to a two-car garage, a garage must be set back at least 25-feet from the street right-of-way line if facing a public street and 5-feet if facing an alley. The assumption is that a property owner would have the ability to park additional vehicles on-site if the garage faced the pubic street or could park additional vehicles in an alley if available.

    The north side of Commonwealth Avenue is comprised of eight single-family properties. The homes on the north side of Commonwealth Avenue are not considered parking deficient based on typical single-family R1 zoning requirements and their ability to park overnight within the alley. The south side of Commonwealth Avenue is comprised of five single-family residential properties and one multi-unit/assisted living facility at 1510 Commonwealth Avenue with its own off street parking lot. The homes on the south side of Commonwealth Avenue are not considered parking deficient based on typical single-family R1 zoning requirements and their ability to park overnight within the alley.

    Staff recommends that the T&CC deny the request for overnight parking on either side of Commonwealth Avenue based on the absence of an apparent deficiency in off-street parking as defined in the Fullerton Municipal Code.

    Commissioner Lindstrom asked if public parking is allowed between the hours of 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. at the Assisted Living facility. Mr. Miller replied no.

    Commissioner Nowels asked if 1513 Commonwealth Avenue is not accessible to a vehicle. Dave Langstaff, Traffic Engineering Analyst, said that it was not being used.

    The public comments segment was opened.

    Rennie Rogers, 1519 E. Commonwealth, commented that they have alley parking however access to the alley from Acacia Avenue and Annin Avenue is very dangerous. Mrs. Roger's said that the tenants have not had any problems with traffic collisions and people parking in front of their homes. She thinks it would be convenient for the residents to allow parking in front of their homes. She also said that the alley is dark and has no lighting.

    Monica Chavez, 1513 E. Commonwealth Avenue, stated that the residents do not park in the alley because it is really dark and they have had their car windows broken and cars vandalized. Mrs. Chavez said that she uses her garage for storage not parking.

    Rick Anfinson, 1537 E. Commonwealth Avenue, stated that they have never had any windows broken. Mr. Anfinson is in favor of staff's recommendation. He said that the residents use their garages for storage rather than parking.

    Charles Hungate, 1531 E. Commonwealth Avenue, informed staff that he uses his garage to park two full size vehicles. He stated he has an RV parked off the alley and it has never been vandalized.

    The public comment segment was closed.

    Vice-Chairman Robeson said that there is clearly no deficiency in the area mainly due to the fact the residents are using their garages for storage and not parking. He thinks that if overnight parking is allowed the residents will continue to have the same problems that they are having in the alley in the front of their homes. He supports staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Olmsted asked staff what the status of overnight parking in other sections of Commonwealth Avenue is contiguous to Annin Avenue and Harrington Drive. Mr. Miller said that east of Raymond Avenue there is a street on the north called Montague that has overnight parking exemptions. Also, a cul-de-sac on the south side of Commonwealth Avenue called Edgar and west of Acacia Avenue there is a portion of Marigold exempted. Also, on Acacia Avenue from Walnut to Chapman Avenue and some portions on Wilshire Avenue.

    Commissioner Nowels stated that she feels that the residents should be using their garages for parking. She supports staff's recommendation due to the property's not meeting the requirements.

    Vice-Chairman Robeson made a motion to accept staff's recommendation. Commissioner Olmsted seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  4. CONSIDERATION OF A STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO INSTALL "NO STOPPING ANYTIME" ON VARIOUS SEGMENTS OF IMPERIAL HIGHWAY.

    Mr. Miller presented the staff report to install "No Stopping Anytime" on various segments of Imperial Highway. Staff is recommending the removal of miscellaneous segments of "No Parking Anytime" and the installation of "No Stopping Anytime" on Imperial Highway between the railroad tracks west of Bonita Place and Puente Avenue, in the City of Fullerton. The request came about as a result of numerous calls each month to staff and the Police Department from residents and business owners complaining about semi-truck parking adjacent to their buildings and/or homes.

    Semi-truck parking creates visibility problems when exiting driveways and/or streets and contributes to noise and air pollution adjacent to homes on the south side of the street. Drivers routinely leave their engines and refrigeration units running for extended periods of time and at all hours of the day, whether the vehicle is attended or unattended. Although truck parking is restricted to 3-hours of continuous parking and there is no "Overnight Parking" allowed on Imperial Highway, both restrictions are frequently ignored and difficult to enforce on a routine basis.

    Staff conducted an on-street parking utilization study on Imperial Highway to determine the extent of the problem as indicated by residential and business owner's complaints. Results of the study and discussions with the Police Department confirmed that there was heavy truck parking on both sides of Imperial Highway. Between September 2002 and December 2002, the Police Department alone received 63 phone complaints regarding the truck parking.

    Discussions with several truck drivers indicated that they are being directed to stage or park on Imperial Highway, prior to their scheduled arrival to load/unload product, by the various manufacturing plants, etc. in the area and outside of the City of Fullerton. Others commented that this portion of Imperial Highway was being used by out of state truckers as a rest stop prior to proceeding on their haul, and yet others simply explained that they were unaware of any parking restrictions at that location.

    It is the opinion of staff that there is inconsistency with the existing posting which may lead to confusion regarding where it is legal or illegal to park. It is staff's position that removing on-street parking will eliminate confusion as well as bringing relief for the residents with regard to the problems associated with semi-truck parking in this area. Although the Police Department is responsible for enforcement along this segment of Imperial Highway, the street remains a State Highway with maintenance the responsibility of the State. As a result, the State is requiring a resolution from the City of Fullerton in order to post the street for parking restrictions.

    Staff recommends that the Transportation and Circulation Commission approve and recommend to Council that the north side of Imperial Highway between the railroad tracks west of Bonita Place and the East City Limits; and the south side of Imperial Highway between the railroad tracks west of Bonita Place and 640-feet west of Puente Avenue, be designated for "No Stopping Anytime".

    Commissioner Hardwick asked who conducted the interviews with the truck drivers. Mr. Langstaff replied that it was a combination of the Police Department and the residents that called and talked to staff.

    Chairman Cochran asked if Imperial is "No Parking Anytime" when you pass Puente in the City of Brea. Mr. Miller said that it is "No Stopping Anytime".

    Commissioner Lindstrom asked whether the "No Stopping Anytime" would affect the apartment complex. Mr. Miller replied that it will be a burden on some of the residents to have to park in their garages. He stated that staff met with the apartment managers, and one issue that was taking place was the ability for a school bus to pick up children at the apartments. There was no parking area for the school bus because the parking lot was full. Staff mentioned to the managers that parking would be removed on Imperial Highway and asked them if it would be a problem. The managers stated that it would not be a problem because they have plenty of on-site parking for the number of apartments they have. The school bus will be turning into the apartment facility and picking up the children inside.

    Commissioner Nowels asked if there is a "No Stopping Anytime" enforcement problem at the railroad tracks and Harbor Boulevard. Mr. Miller replied no.

    Commissioner Bailey asked if staff knows where the trucks will go. Mr. Miller replied no.

    The public comment segment was opened.

    Pai-Yee Shen, 481 Ximeno Drive, said that the truck drivers did not begin to park on Imperial until the white line was installed. Mr. Shen said that he has been calling the Police Department due to the loud noise that comes from the trucks. He is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Amy Bullan, 743 San Ramon, commented that the truck drivers are not causing trouble however are very disruptive. Mrs. Bullan has had double pane windows installed for the noise but can still hear the trucks late in the evening.

    Tella Barreda, 749 San Ramon, stated that the refrigeration units on the trucks are very loud. Mrs. Barreda said that Imperial has piles of debris and there are piles of trash.

    Commissioner Nowels asked Mrs. Barreda how long she has lived there and if the situation has gotten worse throughout the years. Mrs. Barreda said that she has lived there for 27 years and has never had a trash problem until the trucks began to park on Imperial.

    Richard Lampa, 473 Cienaga Drive, he commented that he walks through the area effected by the trucks on Imperial about 3 times a week. Mr. Lampa said that the trucks knock down the trees and the trees often stay there for weeks. He is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Bob Wise, 731 San Ramon, said that he is familiar with the problem that has been addressed by his neighbors and would like to thank the commission for hearing the problem.

    The public comment segment was closed.

    Vice-Chairman Robeson stated that as Mark stated it will be a smart highway and he does think the problem needs to be taken care of.

    Commissioner Lindstrom commented that she used to live on a busy street as well and it was quiet a nuisance, she is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Nowels said that she thinks the problem should be taken care of also and is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept staff's recommendation. Vice-Chairman Robeson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  5. CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST FOR 4-WAY STOP CONTROL AT THE INTERSECTION OF SAN CARLOS DRIVE AND SANTA YSABEL AVENUE.

    Mr. Miller presented the staff report for a 4-way stop control at the intersection of San Carlos Drive and Santa Ysabel Avenue. The request was made by Ms. Anna Mendez, the tenant at 2508 San Carlos Drive.

    The intersection is presently uncontrolled. On-street parking is permitted on both sides of San Carlos Drive. Overnight parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. is not permitted. On-street parking is also permitted on both sides of Santa Ysabel. Overnight parking between 2:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. is not permitted.

    The justifications for the installation of a four-way stop at an intersection are based on guidelines established in the State of California Traffic Manual. Satisfying any of the following may warrant a four-way stop. The following list the conditions with the results of staff's investigation.

    Indication of an accident problem, as indicated by five (5) or more reported accidents within a twelve-month period of a type susceptible to correction by a four-way stop installation.

    The accident history for the past twelve (12) months indicated that there had been only one collision at this intersection susceptible to correction. This portion of the warrant was not satisfied.

    The total vehicular volume entering the intersection from all approaches must average at least 500 vehicles per hour for any eight hours of an average day, and the combined vehicular and pedestrian volume from the minor street must average at least 200 units (vehicles and pedestrians) per hour for the same eight hours.

    Staff observed an average of 156 vehicles entering the intersection from all approaches but only 33 vehicles and pedestrians entered the intersection from the minor approach during the same eight-hour period, which does not satisfy this portion of the warrant.

    Considering the results listed above, the minimum guidelines for the installation of four-way stop control have not been satisfied.

    Staff decided to look at a two-way stop. For a two-way stop there would need to be at least 3 reported accidents in the twelve (12) months. There was only one reported accident susceptible to correction. This portion of the warrant was not satisfied.

    The total vehicular volume entering the intersection from the major street must average at least 50 vehicles per hour for any eight hours of an average day, and the combined vehicular and pedestrian volume from the minor street must average at least 10 units (vehicles and pedestrians) per hour for the same eight hours.

    Staff observed that 127 vehicles entered the intersection and 33 vehicles and pedestrians entered the intersection from the minor approach during the same eight-hour period. This portion of the warrant for a two-way stop is satisfied.

    It should be noted that professional judgment and other factors should be considered. Based on staff's professional judgment the four-way stop is not warranted. However, it is staff's further opinion that a two-way stop should be considered at this location. The addition of stop signs on Santa Ysabel Avenue will regulate and assign right-of-way.

    Staff's recommendation is to approve and recommend to Council the installation of a two-way stop at Santa Ysabel Avenue at San Carlos Drive.

    This recommendation has the endorsement of both the Police Department and the Community Services Department.

    Mr. Miller stated that Ms. Mendez is in favor of the two-way stop. Staff received a call from Jane Beck, 2495 Santa Ysabel Drive, who is also in favor of the two-way stop. Staff has not received any phone calls or letters opposing the two-way stop.

    The public comments segment was opened.

    Jane Beck, 2495 Santa Ysabel Drive, commented that she has lived there for over 50 years. Mrs. Beck said that the Little League is at Chapman Park everyday of the week. She said that people drive fast past the intersection.

    Commissioner Olmsted said that he used to live next to Chapman Park and it has always bothered him that there was no traffic control at that intersection. He is in favor staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Bailey said that he went out to that area and observed that there is a visibility issue. He is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept staff's recommendation. Commissioner Lindstrom seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  6. CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST FOR STOP SIGNS ON WILSHIRE AVENUE AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF BERKELEY AVENUE AND AT LINCOLN AVENUE.

    Mr. Miller presented the staff report for stop signs on Wilshire Avenue at the intersections of Berkeley Avenue and at Lincoln Avenue. At its November 4, 2002 meeting, the Transportation and Circulation Commission (T&CC) considered a request for a stop sign on Wilshire Avenue at Balcom Avenue as a result of public concern for traffic speeds and the potential for accidents. The Transportation & Circulation Commission voted unanimously to continue the item to a later date to allow staff additional time to evaluate the intersections of Wilshire Avenue at Berkeley Avenue; and Wilshire Avenue at Lincoln Avenue.

    The accident history of Berkeley Avenue in the past twelve (12) months indicated that there were 4 collisions. Although unusually high, this portion of the warrant is still not satisfied. Staff observed 410 vehicles entering the intersection from all approaches with 190 vehicles and pedestrians entering the intersection from the minor approach during the same eight-hour period. This portion of the warrant is not satisfied. Based on staff's observation a four-way stop is warranted at the intersection of Wilshire and Berkeley.

    The accident history on Lincoln Avenue for the past twelve (12) months indicated that there was 1 collision. This portion of the warrant was not satisfied. Staff observed that 263 vehicles entered the intersection from all approaches with 50 vehicles and pedestrians entered the intersection from the minor approach during the same eight-hour period. This portion of the warrant was not satisfied.

    Considering the results listed above, the minimum guidelines for the installation of four-way stop control have not been satisfied.

    Staff recommends that the Transportation and Circulation Commission approve and recommend to the Council the installation of a four-way stop at the intersections of Wilshire Avenue at Berkeley Avenue and at Lincoln Avenue.

    Commissioner Olmsted said that these intersections are bicycle routes and asked what effect the four-way stop may have on bicycle users. Mr. Miller said that he does not think it will be a negative effect but a positive one.

    Commissioner Lindstrom asked how the residents feel when stop signs are installed in front of their home. Mr. Miller replied that although cars may make noise, the residents tend to be very adamant about having stop signs.

    Mr. Miller commented that staff sent out letters to all the residents in the area and Gina Crawford, 524 Wilshire, is in favor of the recommendation.

    Commissioner Nowels asked if traffic tends to go on other streets when stop signs are installed. Mr. Miller replied no.

    The public comment segment was opened.

    Dennis Wagner, property owner at 200 and 204 Berkeley Avenue, said that they have their vision blocked entering Wilshire from Berkeley due to the students parking on the street. Mr. Wagner said that students drive fast down the street to get to class. He is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Margaret Irons, 451 E. Wilshire Avenue, stated that she was in favor of a stop sign at the corner at Balcom and also feels that this stop sign would be a great solution.

    The public comment segment was closed.

    Commissioner Olmsted stated that he is in favor of the recommendation however he feels that the Bicycle Users Sub Committee (BUSC) should look at this as well because it is a bicycle route.

    Commissioner Bailey said that he rides his bicycle through this area and has almost been hit by cars going to fast. He is in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Vice-Chairman Robeson said that staff came up with a much better plan for the two streets and would be in favor of staff's recommendation.

    Commissioner Hardwick said that neither of the intersections meet the warrants but the commission is considering staff's professional judgment.

    Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept staff's recommendation contingent upon forwarding this issue to the BUSC for their recommendation. Vice-Chairman Robeson seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

  7. CONSIDERATION OF A STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO POST THE EAST/WEST ALLEY NORTH OF CHAPMAN AVENUE BETWEEN MOUNTAIN VIEW PLACE AND ITS EASTERLY TERMINUS FOR "NO STOPPING ANYTIME".

    Chairman Cochran did not participate in the discussion of item #7 due to a potential conflict of interest. The meeting was turned over to Vice-Chairman Robeson.

    Mr. Miller presented the staff report to post the east/west alley north of Chapman Avenue between Mountain View Place and its easterly terminus for "No Stopping Anytime". At the direction of Council, staff requested that the Transportation & Circulation Commission (T&CC) consider installing "No Stopping Anytime" in the alley.

    Mr. Miller said that the request is a result of several complaints from the business owner at 2001 E. Chapman Avenue regarding delivery trucks parking in the alley. The problem arises when Montessori School deliveries arrive through their westerly gate. The trucks unload in the alley and park for extended periods of time prohibiting the customers and employees at 2001 E. Chapman Avenue ingress/egress access to their parking. There are plans currently under review to move the loading/unloading area for Montessori School on-site. If this occurs there will be no further need to allow parking within the alley.

    Staff recommended that the T&CC approve and recommend to Council the installation of "No Stopping Anytime" in the east/west alley north of Chapman Avenue from Mountain View Place to its easterly terminus.

    Commissioner Bailey asked if the gate on the easterly terminus of the alley opens for delivery trucks to go inside, or do they park in the alley. Mr. Hodson replied that the properties at 2007 and 2011 are being redeveloped by the Montessori School to be a part of its campus. There is an existing gate and it is locked. It is proposed that there will be deliveries to the newly developed Montessori School. The item before Council was for an abandonment of the alley, but the request was denied to keep it as a public alley. If this gate continues to be an access point for deliveries, it then will become an issue.

    Commissioner Bailey asked if the trucks would be able to come in for deliveries through another direction if "No Stopping Anytime" is installed. Mr. Hodson said that the Montessori School's existing facilities have two other options for deliveries. Installation of a basketball court adjacent to the gate is being considered, which would allow a delivery truck to go inside to unload.

    Commissioner Lindstrom asked when it might be implemented. Mr. Hodson responded that there is still time because the new facilities have not been constructed.

    The public comment segment was opened.

    Nathan Kvetny, property owner of 2001 E. Chapman, asked that the loading/unloading be limited. He said that it is very difficult for his patients to park and back up in the alley. He mentioned that most of his patients are elderly and sometimes leave his office with dilated eyes. He stated the project should not be adjusted and redesigned to allow better traffic to accommodate the school simply because it is private property.

    John Silber, 125 W. Amerige Avenue, is the architect for the Constantin's, owners of the Montessori School. He stated that during the construction period, there needs to be a plan that is practical for construction related activity. He said that they do not need the alley for everyday use. The needs for the alley are for service deliveries and trash pickups that can be coordinated to not conflict with Dr. Kvetny's office hours. Mr. Silber mentioned that the agreement with the Planning Commission was that they would place the trash pickup for that end of the campus to be served off that alley and that they would make sure to pull their vehicles into the gate and keep the traffic off the alley.

    Commissioner Lindstrom said that it seems that Dr. Kvetny is ok with having deliveries at certain times of the day and the architect is willing to comply. Commissioner Lindstrom asked why the Commission is considering this item if both parties are willing to work the situation out. He said that there are no plans that deviate from plans approved by the Planning Commission.

    Commissioner Bailey commented that he went out to observe the area and does not see how anyone could park there with a vehicle parked in the alley.

    Commissioner Hardwick asked Mr. Hodson how the architect and general contractor are going to get their equipment onto the property. Mr. Hodson said that they can leave the gate open during the day during construction so that trucks can go in and deliver. He mentioned that they can also come in from Chapman Avenue just as long as they go onto the site.

    Commissioner Bailey asked if "No Stopping Anytime" is better than "No Parking Anytime". Mr. Miller said that "No Stopping Anytime" means no stopping and "No Parking Anytime" means that one could stop and unload a vehicle.

    Commissioner Lindstrom asked Mr. Silber if it was ok with him to leave the gate open during construction. Mr. Silber said that during portions of the day it will be ok.

    Commissioner Olmsted asked if this installation will be a temporary solution until the construction is completed. Mr. Hodson replied that this will be a permanent posting.

    Commissioner Olmsted asked if once the construction is completed will "No Stopping Anytime" be a satisfactory solution. Mr. Silber replied yes.

    The public comment segment was closed.

    Commissioner Hardwick made a motion to accept staff's recommendation. Commissioner Nowels seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

NON AGENDA ITEMS

Chairman Cochran stated that he will be attending the next Public Parking hearing on February 18, 2003.

COUNCIL REVIEW

Mr. Hodson said that City Council heard the item of West Princeton Circle and continued it because it was still staff's recommendation to due some additional studies. Staff did do some recounts but in the interim the meeting was moved to January 4, 2003. The item will go to Council February 4, 2003 but staff will be asking for continuance until February 18, 2003. Staff received a petition from the same group on West Princeton Circle asking staff to consider permit parking.

Commissioner Hardwick asked how Fullerton College has responded to staff. Mr. Hodson said that Fullerton College postponed there parking structure due to issues with the High School district. He said that the College started a shuttle service that does not seem to be working well. Mr. Hodson said that they have asked that Fullerton College be at all the meetings.

Mr. Hodson also mentioned that the cameras were turned on today for the Red Light Violations at Harbor Boulevard and Orangethorpe Avenue. Mr. Hodson stated that it will be a 30-day warning period and after that period a fee of $306.00 will be collected. There are two more intersections that are in process.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Chairman Cochran commented that the Los Angeles Police Department does not want to respond to alarms anymore unless there is a verified break in. Chairman Cochran asked if Fullerton is still responding to the alarms. Lieutenant Stanko replied that Fullerton gives great public service and will continue to do so.

ADJOURNMENT

The regular meeting of the Transportation and Circulation Commission was adjourned at 6:00 p.m.

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