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CITY OF CORONADO <br /> <br />TRAFFIC OPERATIONS COMMITTEE <br /> <br />SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES <br /> <br />Thursday, November 21, 2019 <br /> <br /> <br />A special meeting of the Traffic Operations Committee (TOC) was held on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at 2 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Committee members Jim Lydon, Cliff Maurer, and <br /> Ed Walton were present. Jesse Brown represented the absent Richard Grunow and Laszlo Waczek represented the absent Chuck Kaye. Principal Engineer Jim Newton was also present. <br /> <br />Minutes of the October 24, 2019, Meeting – Mr. Brown moved to approve the minutes; Mr. Walton seconded the motion and it passed 5-0. <br /> <br />Oral Communications – None. <br /> <br />Recommendation regarding Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Safety Improvements to the Intersection of Sixth Street and Pomona Avenue – Mr. Newton introduced the issue. The staff recommendation <br /> is: 1) Install a new pedestrian crosswalk on the north side of the intersection; replace the pedestrian ramp on the northwest corner; and 2) Install new “Crossing Ahead” warning signs/markings <br /> (replace existing signs on northbound Pomona; new signs for southbound Pomona). <br /> Committee discussion was held. Mr. Maurer then opened the item for public comment. <br /> Althea Morrissey, 1430 Sixth Street, suggested adding “Cross Traffic Does Not Stop” signs to the stop signs on Sixth as some people seem to assume it’s a four-way stop. <br /> Mr. Brown moved to accept the staff recommendation; Mr. Waczek seconded the motion and it passed 5-0. <br /> <br />Recommendation regarding the 2018 Annual Traffic Report – Mr. Newton introduced the report. The only recommendation is to continue ongoing efforts to construct bulb-outs at Fourth and <br /> A. <br /> Mr. Maurer suggested that an analysis of the recently installed traffic control devices on A Avenue at Fourth be included in the 2019 annual report. <br /> Mr. Lydon moved to submit the report to the City Council; Mr. Brown seconded the motion and it passed 5-0. <br /> <br /> The meeting adjourned at 2:20 p.m.