YTD Calendar

The following is a running list of past events that were posted to the SPON calendar in 2022.

January 2022

January 3 to 28 – City Hall Closure

  • The City Hall was expected to reopen on January 3, but remained closed to the public due to COVID
  • In-person service is now expected to resume on Monday, January 31 (see announcement)

January 6 @ 3:00 p.m. – Water Quality Coastal Tidelands Committee Meeting – CANCELED
Newport Beach Utilities Yard (949 W. 16th Street)

  • Agenda here (note: this event has been canceled)
    • The Committee was expected to review a proposed water conservation ordinance
    • Following that, attendees were to be given a tour of the Utilities Yard

January 10 – Public Voting Ends on Civic Center Park Sculptures
(online)

  • The public is invited to vote on new sculptures to be displayed in the Civic Center Park

January 11 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
  • 4:00 p.m.: Closed Session (public can comment, but not witness closed door discussion)
    • Lawsuit regarding  JetSuiteX, a commercial carrier operating outside the main terminal at John Wayne Airport
    • Conference with labor negotiators regarding agreements with Part Time Employees Association of Newport Beach and Association of Newport Beach Ocean Lifeguards, as well as City Manager contract
  • 5:00 p.m.: Regular Meeting
    • Presentation recognizing the Freeway Fighters
    • Introduction of Local Coastal Program amendments as approved by Coastal Commission regarding Lido Isle hedge heights (PA2019-132)  and  Cottage Preservation (PA2019-181)
    • Resolutions to:
      • Form a General Plan Update Steering Committee (PA2017-141)
        • Note: In this Item 5 on the consent calendar, the Council will be asked to give the Mayor the power to create a 3-member General Plan Update Committee that will oversee the operations of a future, larger, as-yet-to-be-determined citizens General Plan Update Advisory Committee. 
      • initiate zoning amendment for residential care facilities (PA2021-292)
      • Update positions list in Conflict of Interest Code
      • Modify street sweeping days for portions of the Balboa Peninsula, Corona del Mar and West Newport
    • Contracts for:
      • Water well rehabilitation
      • Jamboree Road pavement rehabilitation and reclaimed water conversion
      • Via Lido Soud & Nord pavement rehabilitation
      • Harbor Piers rehabilitation (permitting and design)
      • Newport Bay Trash Wheel Project (cost increase)
      • Residential Solid Waste Collection & Recycling Contract with CR&R Inc.
        • Note: This Item 20 on the regular discussion calendar is for a new 8-year contract that will completely change the way curbside residential trash collection service is provided, much of which has been announced prior to its consideration or approval by the Council 
    • Personnel agreements:
      • Approve one-time bonuses for existing members of the Newport Beach City Employees Association and the Newport Beach Professional and Technical Employees Association
      • Receive proposed revisions to the agreement with the Newport Beach Employees League and to the Newport Beach Key and Management Compensation Plan, for possible adoption at the January 25 meeting
    • Confirmation of Mayor’s committee appointments
    • Review Harbor Commission 2022 Objectives
    • Public Hearing regarding proposed Assessment District No. 120-2 along Santa Ana Avenue, Cliff Drive, La Jolla Lane & La Jolla Drive

January 13 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

January 20 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission – CANCELED
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)

January 24 @ 3:00 pm  – Building & Fire Board of Appeals Meeting
Central Library Friends Room (1000 Avocado Avenue)

  • Look for agenda here
    • According to the public notice, Woody’s Wharf (2318 Newport Boulevard) is challenging the requirement placed on it to install a full fire sprinkler protection system throughout the restaurant as a condition to increase its permitted occupant load from 164 to 250.

January 24 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee – CANCELLED
Community Room adjacent to Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

January 25 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
  • 4:00 p.m. – Study Session
    • Update on the Orange County Housing Finance Trust
    • Discussion of January 14 letter from California Department of Housing and Community Development regarding draft Housing Element Update
    • Followed by closed session regarding price of lease for American Legion property at 215 15th Street, and instruction to labor negotiators regarding contacts with part-time employees and Ocean Lifeguards
  • 5:30 p.m. – Regular Meeting
    • Adoption of:
      • Local Coastal Program amendments as approved by Coastal Commission regarding Lido Isle hedge heights (PA2019-132)  and  Cottage Preservation (PA2019-181)
      • New Memorandum of Understanding with the Newport Beach Employees League
      • Key and Management Compensation Plan
      • Revised Employment Agreement for City Manager
      • Resolution creating a General Plan Update Steering Committee (appointments to follow if created)
      • New regulations regarding Multiple Vessel Mooring Systems
    • Receive and file:

January 26 @ 5:00 pm – SPON Board Meeting (Zoom)
Details available on request.

January 27 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

Agenda, when published, available here

  • Maps for condominium conversions at:
  • Coastal Development Permits for
    • Smith Residence at 300 Morning Star Lane (PA2021-207)
    • Magis TLCS, LLC Residence at 1712 East Ocean Front (PA2021-274)
  • Limited-term permits for continuation of outdoor dining at:

January 29 @ 9:00 a.m. to noon – Annual City Council Planning Session
Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Look for agenda here
    • Early each year, the Council holds a “retreat,” usually on a Saturday morning, at which it discusses and tentatively selects its goals for the rest of the calendar year.

February 2022

February 3 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission – CANCELED
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • 1300 Bristol Street Residential Project (PA2021-161)

February 8 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.:  Study Session
      • Update from the City Council Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee
      • Discussion of continued use of the public right-of-way for outdoor dining by some restaurants on Balboa Island and Newport Pier area
      • Update on Be Well OC Mobile Response Unit program implementation
      • Update on Trellis International Community Impact Team program
      • Followed by closed door discussion of labor negotiations with Police Management Association and Ocean Lifeguards
    • 6:00 p.m.:  Regular Meeting
      • Adoption of ordinance regarding Multiple Vessel Mooring Systems
      • Approval of resolutions:
        • Adopting of General Plan 6th Cycle Housing Element (PA2017-141), including override of County Airport Land Use Commission’s finding of inconsistency
        • Approving amended and restated employment agreements for Police Chief and Fire Chief
        • Approving 2020 transfers related to 2020 Urban Areas Security Initiative
          Grant Program
        • Correcting previously-adopted street sweeping days
      • Contracts for:
        • Street Pavement Repair Program
        • Civic Center Dog Park refurbishment
      • Sculpture Exhibition in Civic Center Park: approval of ten Phase VII sculptures and their placement

February 10 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

Agenda, when published, available here

  • Starbucks Bristol Street Minor Use Permit at 2122 Bristol Street (PA2021-273)
  • Limited-term permits for continuation of outdoor dining at Avila’s El Ranchito at 2800 Newport Blvd (PA2021-273)

February 10 @ 4:00 or 5:00 pm – John Wayne Airport GAIP Community Meeting  
JWA Eddie Martin Admin. Bldg. (3160 Airway Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92626)

  • Details here
    • JWA staff will be providing a presentation about the current status of their General Aviation Improvement Program, a multi-year plan to redo the facilities available for non-commercial-airline aircraft. with a likelihood of more private jets
    • The hour-long presentation will be provided twice (at 4:00 and 5:00 p,m,) and either session can be attended in-person or on-line

February 17 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • Kociuba Encroachment – request for picket fence in public right-of-way at 407 Fullerton Avenue (PA2022-021)
    • Beard Residence – request to rebuild single family residence with improvements encroaching into public right-of-way and structure over curb height on bluff at 3625 Ocean Boulevard (PA2021-130)
    • Residences at 1300 Bristol – request to demolish office building and construct 193 apartment units atop a 346-space parking structure at the northeast corner of Bristol North Street and Spruce Street in the Airport Area (PA2021-161)

February 22 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.:  Study Session
      • Updates on:
        • Orange County Housing Finance Trust Update
        • 2021 Citywide Part 1 Crimes and Arrest data
      • Followed by closed session of contracts with:
        • Police Management and Ocean Lifeguard Associations
        • City Attorney
    • 5:30 Regular Meeting
      • Consent Calendar:
        • Resolution off intent to comply with SB 1383 (organic waste diversion)
        • Contracts for:
          • Graffiti abatement
          • On-Call building maintenance and repair service
          • Uniform and floor mat service
          • Parking permit and citation issuance and processing
        • Disclosure of tentative contract agreement with the Part Time Employees Association
        • Fiscal Year 2021-22 Second Quarter Financial Report
      • Public hearing item:
        • Introduction of Accessory Dwelling Unit Municipal Code and Local Coastal Program amendments as certified by California Coastal Commission (PA2019-248)

February 23 @ 5:00 pm – SPON Board Meeting (Zoom)
Details available on request.

February 24 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

February 28 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee 
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center Drive)

March 3 @ 7:15 – 8:30 am – Wake Up! Newport
Central Library – Friends Room

  • Announcement here (program typically starts at around 7:45 a.m.)
  • This year’s Mayor, Kevin Muldoon, will be discussing the State of the City

March 3 @ 3:00 p.m. – Water Quality Coastal Tidelands Committee Meeting
Newport Beach Utilities Yard (949 W. 16th Street)

  • Agenda here
    • The Committee will review a proposed water conservation ordinance
    • Following that, attendees will be given a tour of the Utilities Yard

March 3 @ 5:00 pm – Districts 1 & 6 Town Hall
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center)

  • Announcement here
  • Although hosted by the District 1 & 6 council persons, City staff makes presentations open to all
  • Topics:
    • Public safety
    • Homelessness
    • Organics recycling
    • Development projects
    • Harbor update

March 3 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission – CANCELED
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

March 8 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
  • 4:00 p.m. Study Session
    • Recognition of the “Freeway Fighters”
    • Early look at Capital Improvement Program
  • 5:30 p.m. Regular Meeting
    • Public Hearing, introducing new Council District Map (PA2021-035)
    • Second reading of Zoning Code and Local Coastal Program amendments (the latter as certified by California Coastal Commission) regarding Accessory Dwelling Units (PA2019-248)
    • Approval of resolutions:
      • Adopting a Memorandum of Understanding with the Part Time Employees Association of Newport Beach, including a new salary schedule
      • Reestablishing the City Council Ad Hoc Committee on homeless issues
    • Approval of contracts for:
      • Design of Balboa Boulevard and Newport Boulevard Pavement Rehabilitation Project
      • Vessel removal, storage and disposal services
      • Amended lease for use of parking lot by Pacifica Christian High School
    • Acceptance of $25,000 check from the Newport Beach Public Library Foundation
    • Introduction of ordinance extending the time to complete construction of one- and two-unit dwellings

March 9 @ 9:00 a.m. – California Coastal Commission
(virtual meeting – see agenda for details)

  • Look for agenda here
    • Coastal Development Permit for construction of new Junior Lifeguards building
    • The Commission will also be considering requests from Newport Beach for technical corrections to its Local Coastal Program regarding setback maps and tattoo establishments

March 9 @ 3:00 pm – Library Lecture Hall Design Committee meeting
City Hall (100 Civic Center Drive – Crystal Cove Conference Room, Bay D, 2nd Floor)

March 9 @ 5:00 pm – Harbor Commission Meeting
Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

    • Agenda here
      • The Commission will be hearing a presentation from the State Lands Commission on the City’s rights and responsibilities in administering the state tidelands
      • It will also be asked to consider approving a residential dock reconfiguration at 815 Via Lido Soud

March 10 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

March 10 @ 6:00 pm – Group Residential Uses Community Update Meeting – POSTPONED
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center)

March 17 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • Encroachment permits for:
    • Residential Care Facilities Ordinance Amendment (PA2021-292) – POSTPONED
    • Annual General Plan Report including Housing Element Report (PA2007-195)

March 21 @ 5:00 pm – Harbor Commission Special Meeting
Marina Park  (1600 W. Balboa Blvd)

  • Look for agenda here
    • The Harbor Commission will be seeking input on the proposed increase in onshore mooring rates

March 21 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee – CANCELED
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center Drive)

March 22 @ 2:00-3:00 pm – John Wayne Airport Quarterly Noise Meeting  
JWA Eddie Martin Admin. Bldg. (3160 Airway Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92626)

March 22 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.: Study Session
      • Financial evaluation and framework for future Inclusionary Housing
        Ordinance (PA2022-045)
    • 5:30 p.m.: Regular Meeting
      • Introduction of ordinance making amendments to Harbor Code regarding Raft-Ups, Live-Aboards, On-Shore Moorings, and other miscellaneous provisions
      • Adoption of ordinances for:
        • New City Council District Map  (PA2021-035)
        • Extension of time to complete construction for one- and two-unit dwellings
      • Contracts for:
        • Central Library boiler and Civic Center hot water heater replacement
        • Alley reconstruction (AD-116, 116B & F Street Areas)
        • Superior Avenue pedestrian/bicycle bridge and parking lot construction management and support
        • Pay-by-cell and parking reservation services
      • Acceptance of donations for the Police, Fire and Library Departments
      • Annual General Plan progress report including Housing Element report (PA2007-195)
      • Approval of 1300 Bristol Street Residential Project by Picerne (PA2021-161)

March 23 @ 5:00 pm – SPON Board Meeting (In person/Zoom hybrid)
Details available on request.

March 23 @ 6:00 p.m. – Accessory Dwelling Units meeting
(virtual meeting – see announcement for details)

  • Announcement here
    • Discussion of potential code changes to incentivize the development of Accessory Dwelling Units

March 24 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

April 2022

April 4 @ 6:00 pm – Group Residential Uses Community  Meeting 
Civic Center Community Room (100 Civic Center Drive – adjacent to Council Chambers)

  • Announcement here
  • A staff proposal for updates to the City’s group facilities ordinance was to be presented to the Planning Commission as Item 4 on March 17, but was postponed until after this meeting could be held (PA2021-292)
  • Remote participation also available via Zoom

April 7 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission –  CANCELED

April 12 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m. Study Session
      • Celebration of Heroes – Honoring the Heroes of the Pandemic
      • Review of Tustin Avenue trial closure
      • Followed by Closed Session regarding labor negotiations
    • 5:30 p.m. Regular Meeting
      • Acceptance of 2022 grant for Marina Park Boating Program
      • Approval of contracts for:
        • Slurry seal program
        • Janitorial services
        • On-call marine engineering and harbor-related professional services
      • Approval of Cultural Arts grants for fiscal year 2021-2022
      • Confirmation of appointments to the General Plan Update Steering Committee
      • Approval of Fee Study and cost recovery ordinance update (previously reviewed by Finance Committee)
      • Introduction of amendments to the Municipal Code pertaining to raft-ups, live-aboards, on-shore moorings, and other miscellaneous provisions
      • Direct staff to initiate Fernleaf Avenue trial one-way street designation

April 14 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

  • Agenda, when published, available here
    • Minor Use Permits for:
      • Starfish Minor Use Permit at 191 Riverside Avenue (PA2021-269)
      • Neighborhood Goods Minor Use Permit at 343 Newport Center Drive (PA2021-293)
    • Coastal Development Permits for:
      • 8 Bayshore Partnership LP Residence CDP at 2676 Bayshore Drive (PA2021-308)
      • Lindner Residence CDP at 2762 Vista Laredo (PA2022-030)
    • Parcel map for Youssef Residential Condos TPM at 603 & 603 1/2 Iris Ave (PA2022-012)

April 18 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center Drive)

April 21 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • Appeal of Zoning Administrator approval of a Minor Use Permit allowing an alcohol license at the Newport Beach Tennis Club at 1602 E. Coast Hwy. (PA2021-210)
    • 5000 Park Newport Drive CDP for slope stabilization (PA2021-099)
    • Senate Bill 9 Overview and Implementation (PA2021-277)
      • Study session on proposed municipal code changes to implement a new state mandate requiring cities to allow single-family lots to be split and two dwellings to be built on each

April 26 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.: Study Session:
    • 6:30 p.m.: Regular Meeting:
      • Consideration of ordinances related to:
        • Live-aboards, on-shore moorings, and other miscellaneous harbor provisions
        • Setback Map Corrections
        • Tattoo Establishments
        • Cost Recovery Schedule
      • Resolutions:
        • Supporting the Suspension of the State’s Gasoline Tax
        • Opposing Senate Bill No. 1464
      • Contracts for:
        • Police Station Upstairs Restroom Remodel
        • On-Call Streetlight Electrical Repair Services
        • Water Meter Reading Services
        • Labor Agreement with Newport Beach Lifeguard Management Association
      • Grants and Donations Report for the Quarter Ending March 31, 2022
      • Approval of Community Development Block Grants 2022-23 Annual Action Plan

April 27 @ 12:30 pm – SPON Board Meeting (special time)
Details available on request.

April 27 @ 6:00 pm – Measure B Debate
(Sherman Gardens, 2647 East Coast Hwy, Corona Del Mar – use rear entrance)

  • As featured speakers at their annual meeting, the Corona del Mar Residents Association will be hosting a debate, open to the public, on the City’s Measure B — the “Elect Our Mayor” issue which will be appearing on the June 7 ballot.
  • See their Newsletter for details. You can submit questions and RSVP here.
  • SPON opposes Measure B.

April 28 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

  • Agenda, when published, available here
    • Ravera Residential Condominiums Tentative Parcel Map at 709 Marigold Avenue (PA2022-013)
    • Joey’s Restaurant Lot Line Adjustment at 451, 453 and 455 Newport Center Drive (PA2021-302)
    • Mochinut Minor Use Permit and Coastal Development Permit at 200 Main Street and 804 East Balboa Boulevard (PA2021-031)

May 2022

May 5 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission – canceled
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)

May 10 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.: Study Session
      • Residential Refuse Program Roll-Out Update
      • Short term lodging permit transferability
      • Followed by Closed Session:
        • Real estate negotiations for 1201 Dove Street (possible site for future relocation of Police Station?)
        • Real estate negotiations with all Beacon Bay property lessees
    • 6:00 p.m.: Regular meeting
    • (note; the following items are all on the “consent calendar,” to be adopted in a single vote)
      • Adoption of ordinances for:
        • Harbor Code amendments
        • Setback map corrections
        • Tattoo establishment regulations
      • Resolutions for:
        • Overnight Parking Prohibition on Old Newport Boulevard
        • Adoption of Memorandum of Understanding with the Newport Beach Lifeguard Management Association
        • Initiation of Zoning Code and Local Coastal Program Amendments Related to Nonconforming Residential Uses and Setback Clarification (PA2022-076)
        • Calling of the November 8, 2022 General Municipal Election
      • Approval of contract for On-Site Mobile Car Washing and Detail Services

May 11 @ 6:00 pm – Who Should Elect Our Mayor?
Community Room adjacent to Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Speak Up Newport will be be hosting a debate, open to the public, on the City’s Measure B — the “Elect Our Mayor” issue which will be appearing on the June 7 ballot.
  • Remote viewing via Zoom will also be available.  Details here.
  • SPON opposes Measure B.

May 12 @ 7:30 – 9:00 am – Ballot Measure B Discussion
Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club (1601 Bayside Drive)

  • As part of the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce’s “Good Morning CdM” series, former Mayor Will O’Neill and former City Manager Homer Bludau will be debating the merits of the “Elect Our Mayor” issue which will be appearing on the June 7 ballot.
  • Details here
  • SPON opposes Measure B.

May 12 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

May 12 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission (special date to avoid conflict with Mayor’s Dinner)
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • Conditional Use Permit with parking waiver for Juliette’s at 1501 Westcliff Drive (PA2022-018)
    • Ritz-Carlton Residences at 900 Newport Center Drive (PA2021-296)
    • NB Tennis Club DA extension at 1602 E. Coast Hwy (PA2022-038)
    • Amore for Dogs CUP at 20332 Riverside Dr (PA2021-217)
    • SB 9 Housing Development and Urban Lot Split Ordinance (PA2021-277)

May 16 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here
    • Discussion of issues related to John Wayne Airport by Council-appointed citizens committee
    • Oral reports will be heard on the following topics:
      • City aviation consultant activities
      • The 2022 Aviation Noise and Emissions Symposium that was held from May 1-3 at UC Davis
      • Commercial airline noise mitigation workshops coordinated by the Airport Working Group
      • Subcommittee activities

May 24 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
    • 4:00 p.m.: Joint Study Session with Finance Committee
      • Ceremonial presentations to retired Library Director and high school water polo teams
      • Review of the City Manager’s proposed FY2022-2023 budget
    • 4:30 p.m.: Council Study Session
      • Review of the City Manager’s proposed Fiscal Year 2022-23 Capital Improvement Program budget
      • No closed session
    • 6:00 p.m.: Regular Meeting
      • Award of contract for American Legion bulkhead wall repair
      • Extension of temporary employment contract with retired planner
      • Lease agreement with Newport Ridge Community Association to develop, operate and maintain pickleball courts at Newport Ridge Park
      • Receive and file tentative agreement with Newport Beach Fire Management Association
      • Introduce ordinance updating Municipal Code Section 14.16 (Water Conservation and Water Supply Shortage Program)

May 26 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

May 26 @ 5:30 pm – SPON Board Meeting (special date and time)
Details available on request.

May 26 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission (special date to avoid conflict with Mayor’s Dinner)
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • Newport Beach Tennis Club Development Agreement extension at 1602 E. Coast Hwy (PA2022-038)
    • SB 9 Housing Development and Urban Lot Split ordinance (PA2021-277)

June 9 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission 
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda here (when available, generally on Friday before meeting)
    • 312 Fullerton Avenue encroachment permit (PA2022-064)
    • Herring Residence variance at 201 Crystal (PA2022-008)
    • 22nd Street Lofts permits at 108-110 22nd Street (PA2022-011)
    • Study Session related to Accessory Dwelling Unit incentives (postponed)

June 14 @ 4:00 p.m. – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers
(100 Civic Center Drive)

  • Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
  • Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
  • 4:00 p.m.: Study Session
    • Wildland Fire Mitigation overview
    • Followed by closed session discussion of negotiations with all employee bargaining organizations and about one piece of undisclosed anticipated litigation
  • 5:00 p.m.: Regular Meeting
    • Second reading and adoption of Water Conservation and Water Supply Shortage Program Ordinance No 2022-13
    • Introduction of ordinances:
      • Removing parking restrictions on some streets near Corona del Mar High School
      • Approving a military equipment use policy for the Newport Beach Police Department
    • Resolutions:
      • Initiating of amendments to the General Plan Land Use and Noise Elements and the Zoning pertaining to the Newport Place Planned Community to allow housing closer to the airport (PA2022-110)
      • Adopting of Fiscal Year 2022-23 appropriations limit and amending that for 2021-22
      • Authorizing the temporary closure of selected streets for the Fourth of July holiday period
      • Adopting a memorandum of understanding with the Newport Beach Fire Management Association
      • Supporting Senate Bill 904
      • Specifying uses for FY2022-23 funding from the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017
    • Contracts for:
      • Peninsula Point encroachment removal project
      • On-call professional services agreements for landscape architectural services
      • Oil well management services
      • Planning services staff augmentation
    • Tentative agreement with Newport Beach Police Management Association
    • Award of Community Programs and Special Events Grants for Fiscal Year 2022-23
    • Confirmation of nominees for board and commission scheduled vacancies
    • Adoption of Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget

June 16 @ 10:00 am – Zoning Administrator hearing
(Public participation by Zoom only)

June 20 @ 5:00 pm – Aviation Committee – CANCELED
Community Room (adjacent to Council Chambers — 100 Civic Center Drive)

June 22 @ 5:00 pm – SPON Board Meeting (In person/Zoom hybrid)
Details available on request.

June 23 @ 6:30 pm – Planning Commission – CANCELED

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