Thewill hold a special meeting Tuesday to discuss issues surrounding the wind storm recovery. Arcadia is one of the areas hardest hit by the , and damage estimates top $1 million, city officials say.
Gusts of up to 100 mph whipped through the city Wednesday night, in the , , and prompting road, park and .
The discussion will also center around Southern California Edison's response to the extensive caused by the storm, which left some Arcadia residents in the dark for five days.
Two representatives from the company are scheduled to attend the meeting.
In other business, the Council will vote on several proposed fee hikes for various city services. If the council approves the hikes, it will cost $30 more to set up a new utility account for water and $5 more to register for swim classes through the Department of Recreation and Community Services.
Tonight's agenda also includes a vote on a resolution that would combine the individual resolutions governing the city's five homeowners' associations, creating a single set of design guidelines and processing standards for the associations.
Lastly, the Council will decide whether to approve the architectural design review for Phase 1b of the expansion of the restaurant space from 10,000 to 30,000 square feet.
The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the City Council Chamber Conference Rom at 240 W. Huntington Drive.