MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2002 - - - 4:00 P.M.
FULLERTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Persons addressing the Commission shall be limited to 5 minutes unless an extension of time is granted by the Chairman subject to approval of the Commission members. When any group of persons wishes to address the Commission, it shall be proper for the Chairman to request that a spokesman be chosen to represent the group.
Public comment will be allowed on items on this agenda at the time each item is considered.
At the end of this agenda, public comments will also be allowed on items NOT on the agenda, but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission. However, NO action may be taken on off-agenda items except as provided by law.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF AUGUST 5, 2002.
- CONSIDERATION OF A PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION TO INSTALL VARIOUS TRAFFIC MEASURES ON ACACIA AVENUE, MELODY LANE, FULLERTON CREEK ROAD.
- CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO REMOVE THE EXISTING "NO PARKING" RESTRICTION FOR STREET SWEEPING ON YALE AVENUE BETWEEN COMMONWEALTH AVENUE AND CHAPMAN AVENUE.
- CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO INSTALL A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF STATE COLLEGE BOULEVARD AND PALMETTO DRIVE/MOUNTAIN RIDGE AVENUE.
- CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO INSTALL 1-HOUR PARKING ON W. PRINCETON CIRCLE.
- CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST TO REMOVE THE OVERNIGHT PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON BOTH SIDES OF LOMA VERDE DRIVE BETWEEN GILBERT STREET AND SUNSET LANE.
- CONSIDERATION OF A STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO DESIGNATE THE BOTH SIDES OF ORANGETHORPE AVENUE BETWEEN RAYMOND AVENUE AND ACACIA AVENUE FOR "NO STOPPING ANYTIME".
- CONSIDERATION OF A STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO REMOVE THE EXISTING 2-HOUR PARKING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF COMMONWEALTH AVENUE FROM 400-FEET EAST OF DALE STREET TO 1,725-FEET WEST OF MAGNOLIA AVENUE AND INSTALL "NO STOPPING ANYTIME".
- AMENDMENT TO TRANSPORTATION AND CIRCULATION COMMISSION (T&CC) DECISION TO DESIGNATE PORTIONS OF ORANGETHORPE AVENUE BETWEEN GILBERT STREET AND BROOKHURST ROAD FOR "NO STOPPING ANYTIME".
Public comments will be allowed on matters not appearing on the agenda but within the Commission's jurisdiction.