City Council Chambers---------City Hall
Monday, March 7, 2005---------4:00 p.m.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF FEBRUARY 7, 2005
Robeson address Hendshot that the Dorothy Lane crosswalk is NOT on the agenda this evening.
Called to order; minutes Olm sted Hardwick
Pg3 - #3 2 doesnt have a problem
Mark should be Miller
CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO NAME THE EAST/WEST ALLEY EAST OF LEMON HILL TERRACE NORTH OF MALVERN AVENUE.
Would be checking with City Attorneys office. Clarified: may not be parking on Malvern. Actually is parking on Malvern.. Fire did not object to naming alley. Really no objection, but staff is not in favor or it.
Olmsted mailboxes actually in alley. How commonplace is this? Inclined to support, only if mail is delivered to the alley.
Open to public comment
All deliveries, fire police, mail, etc come to the alley.
Supports staff recommendation. (Rosa) since everyone seems to already be aware of access.
Mike naming would lead to confusion; suddenly might be confusing since they are already responding to the address. The cost is a concern but will this be timeconsuming for staff time.
Brent to Cave. It wont be a problem with GIS ultimately, will it?
Doug confusion would be responding right now. Would be on south side rather than north side as is currently.
Robeson most beautiful alley. But would be very confusing to name it and supports
Mike, Angela 3-2
CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO REMOVE THE OVERNIGHT PARKING RESTRICTION BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 2:00 A.M. AND 5:00 A.M. ON BOTH SIDES OF WEST AVENUE BETWEEN MAGNOLIA AVENUE AND PRITCHARD AVENUE.
Felicia West Avenue - deny request. Mark presented staffs request. 314 No Magnolia one car garage and South side based on descriptions, several properties deficient.
Based on interpretation of the code, numerous properties not utilizing onsite parking for intended use. City map indicates exemption on other streets for number of years, but no indication as to why this is so. Based on todays criteria, be denied.
No questions and opened to public comment.
No one to speak to item.
Someone from audience requested interpreter. 1156
Brent accept staffs rec mike second
CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO REMOVE THE OVERNIGHT PARKING RESTRICTION BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 2:00 A.M. AND 5:00 A.M. ON THE NORTH SIDE OF VALENICA DRIVE IN THE 1200 AND 1300 BLOCK BETWEEN BASQUE AVENUE AND EUCLID STREET.
Mark presented staffs report. And referred to exhibit. Each block must have support. However, only 1300 block is represented. 1200 block does not satisfy minimum of support.
Staff only considered 1200 block in its study. Units 1 garage car space. 6-7 guest spaces on north side. 1301 and 1307 has sufficient parking office space.
Appears deficient. However, Fullerton mobile home park vehemently opposed. The commercial properties signed although not considered.
Considering facts, supports existing in 1300 block. However, staff observed incidents on the south side available offstreet parking not being used for appropriate purpose.
Olmsted who on north side actually signed is it the manager? Mark said this is ok.
1351 1375 signed
1343 signed;1309 did not sign
The owner of 1140 on south side.
Open to public comment.
Lorrie S four properties 1100 1109 1132 1140. Tenants being ticketed. Single-car garages. Residents parking in lots for businesses.
Robeson does not concern mobile home park.
Her only income.
Olmsted when constructed? 1964. change in enforcement is only difference.
Irene Carrea 1309 Universal Property Management. No problem signing petition. 1351 1375 also manager. Represents 88 units 1,2,3. Has adequate parking until. Should be exempt on the north side.
Howard Finger mobile home parking. Calling for parking because it is marked for no parking. Residents complained because of lack of visibility
1572 Skyline 1464 1306-
Considerable complaints regarding no parking. No parking in alley. Is there really a problem where the block wall exists. Are there really any disturbance calls.
Susanna 1132 tenants cars are not parked on the street. How can there be a visibility problem when these people do not come out at that time.
Nicholas mobile home park. 2071 E Pioneer. Pakr opened in 1969 w/181 spaces built out to 229 spaces. Adult mobile home park now senior park. Want to protect the seniors.
Olmsted how is this a problem? If adequate parking at entrance? Nichols trucks parking. Can trucks be not allowed.
Dave - Commercial vehicle parking is limited to 3 hours.
Brent number of accidents when?
Manager says parking all day long. Brent so what basically, will still park there.
Doug not available for parking.
Rosa stick to this issue.
Chrystal James, cant work, go to school, and pay tickets. Disabled relatives who must park a mile from her residents.
Resident in mobile home park diesel engines run for hours. Bars close at 2:00 and much noise when these people come home.
Still want what City has previously
Chrystal certain limit at 300 isnt that enough. Either way noise exists. 3-4 quiet. 5 leaving still quiet.
Susan James Nichols 1088 copper mtn, alta loma red curb 3 no parking signs then restricted. No parking must stay in place for visibility.
Don 1200 block is not an issue unless tcc wants to amend. All existing parking considerations will still be observed. Approximately 15-20 spaces.
Rosa how many spaces in 1300 block.
Probably 15-20 spaces.
Olmsted staffs recommendation. We could lifting for both block.
300 feet what do they do in other locations?
Close to public comment.
Angela on the side needed for exemption would affect one owner opposite side of street. Going to support staff recommendation.
Mike this is unique south side asking for north side. Opposing views. If 1300 only, wont solve problem. And supports staffs rec
Brent overnight parking is hurting us. Clear deficiency.
Brent accept staffs rec
All in favor
Could make appeal at Council 4-19 for 1200 block.
ROSA ARRIVED 4:40.
SEND THANK YOU MESSAGE TO JOSE FOR TRANSLATING AT TCC (FOR HIS FILE
CONSIDERATION OF A STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO CONSOLIDATE VARIOUS SEGMENTS OF NO STOPPING ANYTIME WITH PROPOSED SEGMENTS OF NO STOPPING ANYTIME ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BASTANCHURY ROAD BETWEEN BREA BOULEVARD AND ROLLING HILLS DRIVE PARK; AND TO ESTABLISH NO STOPPING BETWEEN SELECT TIMES ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BASTANCHURY ROAD ADJACENT TO ROLLING HILLS PARK.
Staff report consistency in needed for installation of street markings as required by the City Council. Consistent with OC master plan of highways. Location in question is the park. Has no parking lot, but accessibility is available on the north side in the residential area. 7-9, 4-6 in afternoon.
Robeson can a parking area be provided? Staff is discussing with Community Services.
Present need is for no parking between 9 4 during peak traffic hours. Garages not utilized for parking in the condominiums.
Olmsted none front Bast? Miller no front doors on Bast but already marked for no parking.
Alternative to push curb in and would allow for on-street parking for the the park. More of a local park. No sports.
Brent what kind of problem would cutout cause with speed of traffic? Miller none reported at same setup to the east.
No public comment.
Brent Olmsted all in favor.
CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO INSTALL A DISABLED PERSONS PARKING SPACE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TRUSLOW AVENUE ADJACENT TO THE PROPERTY AT 238 TRUSLOW AVENUE.
Miller presented staffs request. 25 feet for disabled marking. Staff approves.
No public comment.
Brent Rosa all in favor.
Disabled parking on Whiting.
Feb permit system parking council decided to not make any changes to existing ordnance. Various cleanups requested to the TCC full blocks, etc. Council not specific, but some areas appear to occur mid-block. Ordinance for permit system for extraordinary circumstances temporary basis. Permit for short-term need for parking, i.e. growing families, courtesy overnight exemptions.
Nothing has been examined as far as criteria, will need to be brought to the TCC then to CC; field visit for every request; annual renewal; tied to license and/or addresses. Mid to late summer.
Olmsted dilemma is
Open to public comment.
Adjourned at 5:37 p.m.
Public comments will be allowed on matters not appearing on the agenda but within the Commission's jurisdiction.