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By Kristina Pritchett
On July 19, City Council members voted to hold public meetings with city residents to discuss and gain input on the proposed parking standards in Doheny Village.
Councilman Joe Muller pulled the update from the consent calendar to discuss his concerns with what he referred to as “aggressive” parking in Doheny Village.
Muller said he believes the city should take a pause, and reach back out to the community to see what their concerns and wants are for the project to ensure another situation like Measure H doesn’t happen.
Council members have mentioned residents have expressed concerns regarding the parking standards, specifically whether there would be an impact if the parking standards have increased.
City Manager Doug Chotkevys advised the Council that meetings for the village can begin after Labor Day.