CLOSED SESSION
 of the
 MONROVIA CITY COUNCIL
 City Council Conference Room
 415 S. Ivy Avenue
 Tuesday, June 4, 1996
 7:00 P.M.

1.   Labor Negotiations, Government Code (54957.6


 REGULAR MEETING
 of the
 MONROVIA CITY COUNCIL
 Council Chambers
 415 S. Ivy Avenue
 Tuesday, June 4, 1996
 7:30 P.M.

Copies of the Staff Reports or other written documentation
relating to each item of business referred to on the Agenda are
on file in the Office of the City Clerk.

CONVENE

INVOCATION	Pastor Brent Wood, All Nations SDA Church

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL	Councilmembers Adams, Blakely, McCarville, Mayor Pro
Tem Wilcox, and Mayor Bartlett

PROCLAMATIONS	None

PRESENTATIONS	1.	Recognition of Retiring Student Government
Representative Ricci Rivera
	2.	Recognition of Retiring Community Services Commissioner
Brenda Scranton

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
     REPRESENTATIVE REPORT	Student Liaison Ricci Rivera

A.  CONSENT CALENDAR	*B, *I-1, *I-2, *I-3, and *K
          (Marked with an asterisk)

*B.  MINUTES	Regular Meeting of May 21, 1996
        (Marked with an asterisk)

C.  ORAL COMMUNICATIONS	At this time citizens who wish to
discuss City business items not on the Agenda may request to
speak before the City Council.

D.  PUBLIC MEETINGS/HEARINGS
	1.	Public Meeting; 1996-97 Citywide Lighting and Landscape
Maintenance District
	2.	Public Hearing; Nomination Statements, Historic
Landmark Designations; Mills Act Contracts; Resolution Nos.
96-23, 96-24, 96-25, 96-26, 96-27, 231 N. Primrose Avenue, 329
Melrose Avenue, 130 N. Grand Avenue, 250 N. Primrose Avenue, 320
Melrose Avenue, Respectively
	3.	Public Hearing; Adjustment to Fee and Service Charge
Revenue/Cost Comparison System, Introduction and First Reading,
Ordinance No. 96-08; Schedule of Fees and Charges for City
Services, Resolution No. 96-19

CONVENE MONROVIA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING WITHOUT ADJOURNING
CITY COUNCIL MEETING

ROLL CALL	Boardmembers Adams, Blakely, McCarville, Vice-Chairman
Wilcox, and Chairman Bartlett

A.  CONSENT CALENDAR	*B and *MRA-2
         (Marked with an asterisk)

*B.  MINUTES	Regular Meeting of May 21, 1996

MRA-1	1.	Purchase of Property; Execution of Purchase
Agreement; George and William Wagner, 132 E. Foothill Boulevard,
$250,000.00; Resolution No. 7-96
	*2.	Rescind Resolution of Necessity to Acquire for
Redevelopment Purposes, 114 E. Lemon Avenue; Resolution No. 9-96
MRA ADJOURNMENT

RECONVENE MONROVIA CITY COUNCIL MEETING

E.  BIDS	1.	Olive Avenue and Rotary Parks Improvement Project;
Award of Contract, Bopark Enterprises, Inc., $104,962.86
	2.	1995-96 Street Resurfacing Program; Award of Contract,
Excel Paving Company, $244,938.26
	
F.  COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS
	None

G.  REPORTS OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS ANDS SUB-COMMITTEES
	1.	Mayor Bartlett
	2.	Mayor Pro Tem Wilcox
	3.	Councilmember Adams
	4.	Councilmember Blakely
	5.	Councilmember McCarville

H.  REPORTS OF COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES
	None


I.  ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS
	*1.	Landscape Maintenance; One-Year Extension of Contract,
July 1, 1996 Through June 30, 1997, Golden Bear Arborists, Inc.,
$36,991.12
	*2.	Set for Public Hearing on July 2, 1996; Amendment of
Title 17 (Zoning) of the Monrovia Municipal Code Relating to
Businesses Selling or Serving Alcoholic Beverages; Ordinance No.
96-04
	*3.	Set for Public Hearing on July 2, 1996; Amendment of
Title 17 (Zoning) of the Monrovia Municipal Code Relating to
Building Setbacks, Including but not Limited to Building Bulk,
and Setbacks from Toe and Top of Slope on Hillside Properties;
Ordinance No. 96-06

J.  RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES
	1.	Amendment of Appendix C of Personnel Rules and
Regulations to Provide for Establishment of Classification of
Director of Community Services; Resolution No. 96-28
	2.	Amendment of Monrovia Municipal Code Title 10 (Vehicles
and Traffic) Section 10.16.100 Relating to Adding Tow-Away
Procedures for Downtown/Old Town Myrtle Avenue Business District
Friday Night Family Festival; Second Reading and Adoption,
Ordinance No. 96-07

*K.  PAYROLL AND VOUCHERS
	Payroll No. 11 in the net amount of $304,894.19 and Voucher
Numbers 53752 through 54203 nonsequentially in the amount of
$322,606.37.

L.  SCHEDULED MEETINGS	A Study Session of the Monrovia City
Council to review Performance Indicators and Department Goals for
Fiscal Years 1995-97 is scheduled for Tuesday, June 11, 1996,
5:30 P.M., Council Chambers, 415 S. Ivy Avenue, Monrovia,
California.

	The next Regular Meeting of the Monrovia City Council is
scheduled for Tuesday, June 18, 1996, 7:30 P.M., Council
Chambers, 415 S. Ivy Avenue, Monrovia, California.

M.  CLOSED SESSION	1.	Pending Litigation, NEWCO Waste Systems,
Inc.; Government Code (54956.9(a)
	
N.  ADJOURNMENT

*All items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be
routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion.
There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a
Councilmember or citizen so requests, in which event the item
will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered in its
normal sequence.

If you would like an item on the Consent Calendar discussed,
simply tell the City Clerk or a member of the City Council.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you
need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please
call City Hall, (818) 932-5514.   Please notify City Hall
thirty-six (36) hours prior to the meeting so that reasonable
arrangements can be made to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

*All items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be
routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion.
There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a
Councilmember or citizen so requests, in which event the item
will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered in its
normal sequence.

If you would like an item on the Consent Calendar discussed,
simply tell the City Clerk or a member of the City Council.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you
need special assistance to participate in this meeting,  please
call City Hall, (818) 359-3231, Extension 514.  Please notify
City Hall  36 hours prior to the meeting so that reasonable
arrangements can be made to ensure accessibility to this meeting.