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300-399RESOLV TINT iWo-399 -(1M SeAss) A RESOLUTION ESUBLISHM CLASSINICATIMp SETT1110 SALARY RAL'GES VIMMR, ASSIGNT14 CITY ErllU)MS TO CLAS.SIFICATZM AND SALARY RATES rrM'V..1N. SPECIFYING'C'VMW OF ADVA;10EIM AND REPEALING ALL I'R TIOUS SALA IU RESOLUTI(INS. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as fo3.10ws: That all previous salary resolutions are hereby repealed and the following sections enacted to supersede all 'Orevious provisions: Section 1. E!!jja Ranges, The, follof,ing 581827 MMM are adopted and anplied to the several classes of PM LLOW as inBicBtsd in Section 2 hereof: Salary normal First Full Abu" Avg, Outstanding Range Hiring Incentive wualifica- Perfarm uwa Performance Number Rate Rate tion Rat* Rate Rate 15 $ 240 month 6 254 S 268 $ 284 i6 300 17 268 284 300 317 336 19 300 317 33336 354 375 20 a 317 336 336 354 351+ 375 396 22 354 395 375 419 3 6 19 443 469 24 39y 469 495 25 26 li439 469 G� 52u 553 2 28 469 495 495 524 524 553 553 585 29 524 553 585 585 619 619 655 30 31 585 619 655 65952 692 33 55 692 773 732 817 34 692 732 7� 773 817 865 35 732 773 817 965 914 Section 2. Titles and Ranges, the classes of positions shall each have the salary range sham opposite the title in this seQtion, Title Director of Public '.corks Director of Finance Police Chief Fire Chief Water Superintendent Supt, of Parks and Recreation Planning Director City Librarian Supervising Design Engineer (34) 5592 732 773 817 865 (32) 619 655 692 732 773 (31) 585 619 655 692 732 (3l) (29 524 553 585 619 655 (28) 495 524 553 585 619 (28) Chief. Filtration Plant Operator (22) 354 375 396 419 '443 Field Auditor - Appraiser (22) 300 Hechanic .(22) (15) Assistant Building Inspectoar Title 268 Principal eating Aids (22) Building Inspectotr !27) "469 495 52h 553 585 Assistant Street Superintendent (27) (21) 336 354 375 396 419 Senior Librarian Assistant Fire Chief (27) Parking Meter Repairman (20) Police Captain (27) 300 317 336 354 375 Laborer - Equipment Operator (19) Accountant. (26). 443 469 495 524 553 Civil Engineering Associate (26) Water Meter Rsader�Repairman �19) Fire Captain (25) 419 443 469 _495 524 Police Lieutenant (25) (18) water Foreman (25) Secretary (17) 268 284 300 317 336 Chief Disposal Plant Operator (24) 396 419 443 469 495 Admin. Asst, to Diro of Pub, VAwo (24) (17) Civil Engineering Assistant'' (24) Police Sergeant (24) Chief. Filtration Plant Operator (22) 354 375 396 419 '443 Field Auditor - Appraiser (22) 300 Hechanic .(22) (15) Assistant Building Inspectoar (22) 268 Principal eating Aids (22) Police � Fireman (22) Equipment Operator Foreman (21) 336 354 375 396 419 Senior Librarian (20) 317 336 354 375 396 Parking Meter Repairman (20) Senior Engineering Aide (19) 300 317 336 354 375 Laborer - Equipment Operator (19) Disposal Plant Operator (19) Filtration Plant Operator (19) Water Meter Rsader�Repairman �19) Chief Clerk Legal and Adainistrativa Secretary (18) 284 300 317 336 354 Junior (18) Secretary (17) 268 284 300 317 336 Account Clerk (17) Janitor (17) Laborer (17) Stenographer (16) 254 268 284 300 317 Typist Clerk (15) 240 254 268 284 300 Section 3, Rule, qqntgMi, stop FrtMjs1an- (a) The following rules shall govern stop increases for all employees hired hereafter and for employees listed under section 3 (b) belows 1, The first stop is the miniimmi rate and shall normally be the hiring rate for the class. In cases where it is difficult to secure o_ualified personnel., or if a parson of unusual qualifications is hired, the City Council may authorise the Administrative Officer to hire at the second or third stop, If a person is hired at the second or third step9 he shall receive the neat step when he has fijlr*d the time requirement for such advanced stop as outlined below and is so approved by the Council for advancement. 2. The second step._is an incentive adjustment to encourage an employee to improve his work° Employrees may be advanced to the second stop following the campletion'of.six months satisfactory service, upon ivcommerbdation by their %WpArtmeyit head and the Administrative Officer and approval by the City'Councllo.: 3a The third step represents the middle value.of the salary range and is the rate at uhi.ch a dilly qualified, experienced and ordinarily conscientiow. employee may expect to be paid after a reasonable period of satisfactory service. An employee may be advanced to the third step provided after completion of six months service at the � Administrative the advancement is recomne d by the deportee nt head a Officer and approved by the Council. 4. The fourth step is to be awarded only in case of work which is well above average for this class. An employee may be .advanced to the fourth step after completion of -one year of service at the third stop provided the advencem ut is recommended by the department head and the Administrative Officer and approved by tba Cannnail. 5 The fifth step is intended as a reward for outstanding performance. An employee may be advanced to the fifth step after completion of two year's service at the fourth step provided.the advancement is recomwnded by the department head and justified by a letter of recommaadation and approved by the Administrative Officer and City Council.. (b) The folio dr4l namd employees hired en or-prior to the effective date of this resolution shall be governed by the rules above for step advancement purposesi Step in Range ITfactive date }iasae Close as of July 1. 1958 last step increas Joseph Martin Filtration Plant Operator 4 4 4 -1 -55 6-1 -56 Milton Suss '+4aldron Laborer- Equipment Operator Admin. Asst. to Dir. of Pub.: elks. 4 11 -1-56 Burke Charles Hurley Police Officer 1. 4 4 1 -l4 4 -1 -57 Oscar Lamboy Laborer-Equipment Ororator Douglas Howard Civil Rngineeri.ng Assistant 4 Tlarold wright Water i2etel' Reader-Repairman 6-1 -57 Reuben Lewis Laborer-Equipment Operator � 7 -1-57 Loretta Blair Secretary 4 12 -1 °57 aiargie Jordon Typist Clerk oavid nansky Field Auditflr- Appraiser 4 4 4 -1 -58 4.1 -58 Joe Lewis Laborer -Squirm es' Operat 4 6 -1.58 Leo Studle Arthur Madonna Mechanic Laborer- Squipmt, Operator 4 7-1-58 William Sperlo Police Officer 3 8-1 -57 °atricia Clark Aty Librarian 3 8-1- Harry Blumhorst Fireman„ Fireman 3 841 -57 14ervyn Du =n Burton Walter Assistant Building Inspector 3 9 -1 -57 9 -1 -57 Vernon Skinner Zobcrer4kpiPment Operator 3 3 10 -1 -57 t:ayme V account Mark Carol Seward Legal & Admi.n. Secretary 3 3 12 -1 -57 2-1-58 Keith Fraser ''Planning Director 3 2 °1 -58 Clifford Fs�amatad Police Officer Equipment Operator Forman 3 3 -1 -58 Frank Perry Ronald 1•iiller Police Officer 3' 4 -1 -58 3rady Prescott Police Officer 3 3 5-1 -58 5 -1-o-58 Scott McCaskey Police Officer 3 5-1 -58 Donald Martin Arthur Blackwal Police Officer Parking Meter Repairman 3 . -1- 5 5 8 -58 Larry Dittman Police Officer 3 .6-1 (c) In applying the above rules, the next step shall be granted, other conditions being met, on the following basis; (1) For those having an anniversary date on the first of the month, the increase shall be effective that dates (2) For those having an anniversary date on the second of the month or later, the increase shall be effective the first of the following month. Section h. Sttaa ti,. Rates and Method of Pro ssion for es rtlred Prior to Ado�t�on of Orl a�'V5'q, °or' PM Mgao ounc=Action 'ate following named"e � ME sls ars'j w v 1,, 1955 ems sop in ca 'anT- Will be considered by the department head, AdsirdStrative Officer and Council for the nest step on an annual basis effective each July 1 until they have reached the ma:xdmum step for their classification. Should the employee not be recommended for increase, or should the Council not approve a recor..mded increase on July 1 of any year, it shall be the privilege of the department head and Administrative Officer to reconsider such increase and so recommend to the Council at azW time during the fiscal year. Nonthly Name ` Solar Effective Pacific An;alwA Step in'..Range date, last Name Class as of July 1, 1958 step increase Donald Sandridge Disposal Plant Operator 3 7 -1 -58 Lawrence Silipigni Laborer 3 7 -1 -58 Patrick. Dempsey ; : -. Fireman _ .. ` .. ; ° ' .`', 2 2 -1 -58 Wayne Phelan Fireman 2 4-1-58 Juanita Rosene Stenographer 2 4 -1-58 John Furtado Laborer-Equipment Operator .2 5 -1 -58 Robert Hilderbrand Police Officer 11 2 6-1 -58 Arthur Correia Laborer - Equipment Operator 1 2 -17 -58 Thomas aingg Senior Engineering Aide 1 3 -17 -58 Barbara Darrow Typist Clerk 1 4-1-58 Jack Bognor Police Officer 1 4-16-58 Laura Jones Account Clerk 1 4-23 -58 maureen Crawford Stenographer 1 5 -1 -58 Albin Hiltunen Laborer - Equipment Operator 1 6 -17 -58 Elvis Flosi Stenographer 1 6 -20-58 Everett Truelove Water Meter Reader- Repairman 1 7 -1 -58 Juan Escobedo Laborer 1 7.1-58 Ada Siemer Typist Clerk 1 7 -1 -58 (c) In applying the above rules, the next step shall be granted, other conditions being met, on the following basis; (1) For those having an anniversary date on the first of the month, the increase shall be effective that dates (2) For those having an anniversary date on the second of the month or later, the increase shall be effective the first of the following month. Section h. Sttaa ti,. Rates and Method of Pro ssion for es rtlred Prior to Ado�t�on of Orl a�'V5'q, °or' PM Mgao ounc=Action 'ate following named"e � ME sls ars'j w v 1,, 1955 ems sop in ca 'anT- Will be considered by the department head, AdsirdStrative Officer and Council for the nest step on an annual basis effective each July 1 until they have reached the ma:xdmum step for their classification. Should the employee not be recommended for increase, or should the Council not approve a recor..mded increase on July 1 of any year, it shall be the privilege of the department head and Administrative Officer to reconsider such increase and so recommend to the Council at azW time during the fiscal year. Nonthly Name Class. Solar Step Pacific An;alwA Janitor $336 5 J. H. Fitzpatrick Director of Finance and 773 5 City Clerk - Assessor Stanley Sanson Accountant 553 5 Charlotte Horn Chief Clerk 375 5 Christina Fowler Typist Clerk 300 5 David Romero Director of Public Works 817 Robert Vosburgh Supervising Design Engineer 585 h Anthony Juarez Civil En;.neering Associate 52h h Seth Kinney Building Inspector 585 k Tappa Asst. Street Supt. 53 Llilo Leeds Santos Equipment Operator Foreman 419 5 Val Soto Equipment Operator Foreman 419 5 Ted Studle Laborer Equipment Operator 375 5 rtoward Mullikin Laborer - Equipment Operator 375 5 R. Oo LaRue Laborer - Equipment Operator 375 5 Richard Rayburn Police Sergeant 495 5 Rolland Waite Police Officer Ronthly. . 5 Name Class SalaryS�te� 5 ,like Sim Labour- Equipma�nt :Operatics. 4375 5 Frank Reed Chief Disposal Plant'' Operator 495 5 John Adams Disposal Plant Operator 375 5 Loren Edmands Laborer- Fguipment Operates 375 5 William Flory Supt. of Parks and Recreation 585 3 John Gonzales Groundskeeper 354 5 J. t,. McKenzie Janitor 336 5 ,iary Smith Senior Librarian 396 5 Athleen Venema Junior Librarian 354 5 Olive Cotter Junior Librarian 354 5 Lea Schlobohm Fire Chief 732 5 William Villegas Asst, Fire Chief 585 5 John Gill Fire Captain 524 5 John Woodward Are Captain 524 5 Robert Speer . Fire Captain 524 5 Melvin Jones Fire Captain 524 5 Gerald Babcock Fire Captain 524 5 Harlan Finch Fire Captain 524 5 Jack ,aainscott Fire Captain 524 5 Daryl Drake Fireman 443 5 Donald Hale Fireman 443 5 Henry Tonini Fireman: 443 5 Emil Krege Fireman 443 5 Earl Iunker Fireman 443 5 William Woodward Fireman 443 5 Thomas Eppert Fireman 443 5 I-lilliam Schofield Police Chief 732 5 R. Heidorn Police Captain 585 5 Laurence h2sea Police Lieutenant 524 5 William Reaves Police Lieutenant 469 3 - Clem Linoicum Police Lieut rant 524 5 Ervin Rodgers Police Sergeant 495 5 William Malmen Police Sergeant 495 5 Ray Baden Police Sergeant 495 5 Frank Garzoli Police Sergeant 495 5 Richard Rayburn Police Sergeant 495 5 Rolland Waite Police Officer 443 5 Vorth Babcock Police Off =r 443 5 Wilford Ryan Police Officer 443 5 Ira Ralford Folic® Officer 443 5 Price Thompson 1Jater Supt. 732 5 Sam Schultz Water Foreman 524 5 Billie Teresa Laborer•Equipmen, Operator 375 5 Carl Young Chief Filtration Plant Operator 443 5 Section 5. Schedule of Salaries Not Within Basic ee. Title City Administrative Officer City Attorny (Half -time) City Treasurer (Part -time) School Crossing Guard (°art- time)(Adult) Asst, Director of Civil Dafers® (Half -time) nonthl Salary 525aO (plus $50 day for court trials) 150,00 123,00 150,00 Water Dept, Draftsma% Senior Grade $ 2.17 hour � 1 f Section 6. Part -Mime Recreation Leaders. (a) The range for part -time recreation leaders shall be as follows: Step A Slo32 hour Step B 1.38 Step C 1.46 (b) The following minimum time requirements are hereby imposed for such steps. In addition to fulfilling the ticma requirements, a leader must be recommended by the Department Head and Administrative Officer and approved by the Council before he can be advancedo Step A Starting rate ® The Depto Head and Administrative officer may rec=aend to the Council a higher starting rate within the range in case a person of umLqual qualifications is engaged. Step B After 250 hours working time, 6 months employment, or one swymrs whichever is longer. , . Step C After 750 hours working time, 18 months employment, or two AI m mmerss whichever is longer, Section 7. Par4.. -time Park and Grounds Maintenance Laborer. (a) The range for part -time park & grounds maintenance la rer shall bee Step A 91.32 hour Step B 1038 Step C 1.b6 (b) The following minimum time requirements are hereby imposed for such steps. In addition to fulfilling the time requirements, a Dart -time park and grou-Ws maintenance laborer must be recommended by the Department Bead and Administrative Offices and approved by the Co=il before he can be advanced. Step A Starting hate - The Department Head.and Administrative Officer may recommend to the Council a higher starting rate within the range in case a person of *.unusual qualifications is engagede Step B After 500 hours satisfactory work or 6 months employments whichever is longer. Step C After 1x500 hours working time or 18 months employments whichever is longer. Section 8. Recreation Specialist. (a) The range for recreation specialist shall be: Step A a. 63 hour Step B 1.72 Step C 1.82 (b) The following minimum time requirements are hereby imposed for such steps. In addition to fulfilling the time requirements, a recreation specialist must be recommended by.the department head and Administrative Officer and approved by the Council before'he' can be advanced. Step A Starting Rate - The Dept. Head and fdministrative Officer may recommend to the Coumil:a higher starting rstfe within the range in case a. person of unusual.qualifieations its engaged. Step B After haulling two successful instruction-series or 120 hours working time, whichever'is longer. `-- G '.xer ^r_nths °a`,iEfactory performance Or 400 _1°c w yF� `a2 tey Section 9* Recreation Attendants The rate for recreation attendant shall. be 11000 per h=ra Section loo jaM Pageo The rats for library page shall not exceed 81 a 00 per houra Section 11* F,ffective Date* This resolution shall be effective July 1, 1958. I'ASSRD AND ADOitED tMs�7. day of July, 1958, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger HOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: RESOL' L ON NO. 398 (1958 Series) A RESOL T IM TRANSFEMMO FUNDS BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That i 69000.00 be transferred from the Off-street Parking Fiaserve to the General Fund in partial payment of the $8,000,00 outstanding loan. Such transfer shall be made effective June 30, 1958,,after said transfer, the amount of the outstanding loan will then be 82,000,00, PASSE) AIM ADOPTED this 7 day of July , 1958, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: 1. None ABSEVr: N one r ATTEST: r mr I a� IS) R RESOLUTION No. 397 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION MAKDIG YEAR -END ADJUSTMMTS IN TILE 1957 -58 BUDGET, BE IT 7ESCLVED by the Council of the City of San Iuis Obispo as follows: 1. That the following General Fund accounts be increased in the amounts indicated: 208.1 Police Salaries 208.3 Police Materials and Supplies 208.4 Police Motor Vehicle 208,6 Police Capital Outlay 210,1 Fire Salaries 21109 City Engineer - 11debland Fees Inspection Fees 212.1 Building Inspector Salaries 213,1 Sewer Salaries 214,3 Street Materials and Supplies 217,2 Electrical Contractual Services 219 Retirement S 21438,52 354.3(7 1y230.66 101,76 629o5o 2,24 196,16 82.84 1,846,47 2,o57.85 22,07 $3.163320 44 e 2. That the folloNing General Fund accounts be decreased in the amounts indicated: 205,2 Collection Contractual Services Z 501,45 23.1.1 City Engineer Salaries 1,321.24 21lo8 City Engineer - McMillan Inspection Fees 376.27 211.10 City Engineer Chapter 1890 Farads 3024055 211,11 City Engineer- Ferrini Inspection Fees 238.62 211.13 City Engineer - Flagg Inspection Fees 572.34 211014 City Engineer - McAllen Inspection Feel 1412.98 211.15 City Engineer - Lincoln Inspection Fees 646935 211.16 City Engineer - Piedmont Inspection Fees 519.63 211.17 City Engineer - Flsgg'7sspectioa Fees No. 2 :..: _: .,.. 10018.97 21,3.2 Seeger Contractual Services 378.43 220 Prior Year Commitment 521,61 =332.44 3. That the following Water accounts be increased in the amounts indicated: 742 Treatmsnt Salaries. 6 42.28 773 Collection salaries. 35 { 477.54 4, That the following-Water accounts be decreased in the amounts indicated: 343 Transmission and Distribution Mains c 477.54 397 2. PASSID AYID PDQPTED this 7 _day cf July v 19552 by the follcuing roll can vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, J. Barry Smith, Richard G. Sleight, Fred H. Lucksinger WOES: None ABSEY'r: None or ATTEST: -7,�.% I' fii3SGLUT10P! PdO. _26 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTI01, DGSIGMTING LEGAL HOLIDAYS FOR PGLICEML23. BE IT - -:ESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1. That Eesoliition No. 1084 (Nev Series) which designates the leral hol.ida -,z for city employees is hereby adopted by reference. 2. That city policemen are entitled to a leave of absence on said designated holidays, provided that in the case where said employees are required to work on a leE-al holiday they shall be granted compensating time off. City policemen shall not be allowed to accumulate in excess of three days compensating time off, and all compensating days cff must be talren within thirty days of the holiday that the employee is required to work, PASSED M.D ADOPTED this__ day of July. , 1958, by the following roll call vote: t`ycs: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger VOES : Non e ABSE `T: N one ATTEST: Mayor 3S6 RESCLIMM R0; 196 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION TRAITSFERIMIG FUNDS AE IT RESOLM by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That $1,000,00 be transfer vd from the General Fund to the P I Rr. B Fund on a loan basis, to be repaid when possible without interest, PASSED AYrD ADOPTED this 16 day of June a 19589 by the following roll call vote: AYES- Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G.Sle.ight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucks-inger r 01.S s None ABIM-7 I: None ATTEST: 39S i KWHW:JS:gb• 5/28/58 7c RESOLUTION NO 394 - 1958 Series A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING COLLECTION OFFICER, AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT NO. S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk of said City, be, and he is hereby, appointed as.the person to whom pay- ment of assessments shall be made under Resolution No. 361 - 1958 Series of Preliminary Determination-and of Intention adopted by this Council on May 5, 1958, and that his office in the City'Hall, San Luis Obispo, California, is hereby designated as the place at which the said payments shall be made, and the Superintendent of Streets is hereby relieved of all responsibility in connection with collecting said assessments. Y 6 Y I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 17 day of June , 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None APPROVED: City erk.o a City or San Luis Obispo KWHW:HNB:lt 6 -16 -58 7c RESOLUTION NO. _ A RESOLUTION CALLING FCR SEALED PROPOSALS AUGUSTA STREET ET AL PROJECT NO.-S-58-1. PROJECT -UNIT II RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, the said Council did, on the 5th day of May, 1958, adopt its Resolution No. 361 -19.58 Series of Preliminary Deter- mination and of Intention to order the construction of sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewerage lift station, water mains and appurtenances in said City, all as more particularly described and set forth as Project Unit II in said Resolution of Prelim- inary Determination and of Intention. NOW, THEREFORE, the City Clerk of the City is hereby dir- ected to publish, by two successive insertions in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram- Tribune, a.newspaper published and cir- culated in said City a notice inviting sealed proposals or bids for the construction of said.improvements, and referring to the plans and specifications on file -.in the office of said City Clerk, the first of which publications shall be at least ten days prior to the time fixed.for opening bids. All proposals or bids shall be accompanied by a cashier's or certified check payable to the order of the City amounting to ten percent of the bid, or by a bond in said amount and payable to said City,.signed by the bidder and a corporate surety or by the bidder and two sureties who shall- justify before any officer competent to administer an oath, in double said amount and over and above all statutory exemptions. Said check shall be for- feited or said bond shall become payable to said City in case the bidder depositing the same does not, within fifteen days after written.notice that the contract has been awarded to him, enter into a contract with the City. 7,9 3 I Said sealed proposals or bids shall be delivered to the C . ity Clerk of this City on or before 3:00 o'clock P.M. on the 7th • day of July. 1958, said time being not less than ten days from the time of the-first publication of-said notice. Bids will-be publicly opened, examined and declared on said day and hour, and considered by the.Council at its meet- ing at $:00 o'clock P.M. on July 7 1958. 2 I hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of a resolution which was duly and regularly San Luis Obispo, passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Sunnyvale, California, at a meeting thereof held on the . 17th day of June , 19 58 , by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Bleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None y e y or tansy*& }e San Luis Obispo APPROVED: xwtiw:d "3:go 7Veo /7o (c RESOLUTION NO. 392 1958 Series A RESOLUTION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT NO. S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, said Council did in open session on the 9th day of June, 1958, publicly examine and declare all sealed proposals or bids for the work to be done and improvements to be made, as described and specified in Resolution No. 361 -1958 Series of Pre- liminary Determination and of Intention adopted by said Council on May 53 1958, to which resolution reference is hereby made for a description of the work and improvements to be done and the mater- ials, supplies and equipment to.be.furnished therefor; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, as follows: 1. That said Council hereby rejects all of said propo or bids except that hereinafter mentioned, and hereby awards the contract for doing the work and improvements and furnishing the materials, supplies and equipment necessary therefor, to the low - est responsible bidder, to wit: 'Guido Ferrini at the unit prices named in his bid. 2. That the Mayor of said City is hereby authorized to make and enter into a written contract with.said successful bidder• and to receive and approve all bonds in connection therewith, and the City Clerk of said City is hereby directed to attest his signa- ture and affix thereto the corporate seal of said City. ZS I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held•on the L7.day of June , 1958., by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen:. Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None City C of rtwcity or San Luis Obispo APPROVED: ��� May r I KWHW:JS:gb 5/28/58 7c RESOLUTION NO. 391 - 1958 Series A RESOLUTION DETERMINING CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY, ADOPTING ENGINEER'S REPORT, CONFIRMING ASSESSMENT AND ORDERING WORK AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT NO. S -58 =1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo California that' WHEREAS, on the 5th day'of May, 1958, said Council adopted its Resolution No. 361 - 1958 Series of Preliminary Deter- urination and of Intention that the public interest, convenience and necessity required and that it intended to order certain improvements therein particularly described, and referred the proposed improvements to the City Engineer of said City, he being. the officer having charge and control of the construction of public improvements in and for said City of the kind described in said Resolution, and being a competent person employed by said City for that purpose; WHEREAS,-said Council thereby directed said City Enginee to make and file with the Clerk of said City a report in writing, in accordance with and pursuant to the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913; WHEREAS, said report was duly made and filed with the Clerk, whereupon -the Clerk presented it to said Council for con- sideration; WHEREAS, said Council thereupon duly considered'said report and each and every part thereof, and found that it contain all the matters and things called for by the provisions of said Act, including (1) Maps.and descriptions of lands and easements to be acquired, (2) Plans and specifications of the proposed improvements, (3) Estimate of costs, (4) diagram of district, and -(5) An assessment according to benefits, all of which was done in the form and manner required by said Act; -T,q i WHEREAS, said Council found that said report and each and every part thereof was sufficient in every particular and determined that it should stand as the report for all subsequent proceedings under said Act and Resolution of Preliminary Deter- mination and of Intention, whereupon said Council, pursuant to the requirements of said Act, appointed Monday the 9th day of June, 1958, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock P.M. of said day in the Council Chambers, City Hall, San Luis Obispo, California, as the time and place for hearing protests in relation to said proposed acqui- sitions and improvements, and directed the Clerk of said City to give notice of said hearing as-required by said Act; WHEREAS, it appears that notices of said hearing were duly and regularly posted and published in the time, form and manner required by said Act, as. evidenced by the affidavits on file with said Clerk, whereupon said hearing was duly and regular- ly held at the time and place advertised in said notices; WHEREAS, thirteen persons interested, objecting to said acquisitions and improvements, or to the extent of the assess- ment district, or to the proposed assessment or diagram, or to the maps and descriptions or to the grades'at which said work will be done, or the Engineer's estimate of the costs and expenses thereof filed written, protests with the Clerk of said City at or before the time set for said hearing, and all persons interested desiring to be heard were given an opportunity to be heard, and all matters and things pertaining to said acquisitions and improvements were fully heard and considered by said Council; NOW, THEREFORE, said Council does hereby FIND, DETERMINE AND ORDER, as follows: 1. That the owners of one -half of the area of the pro- perty to be assessed for the cost of said project did not at or prior to the time fixed for said hearing, file written protests against the said acquisitions and improvements, or as to the Engineer's estimate of costs and expenses of said project or -2- c � against the maps and descriptions, or against the grades at which said work is provided to be done, or against the diagram and assessment to pay for the costs and expenses thereof. 2. That any and all protests made either to the ques of the public interest, convenience and necessity of making said acquisitions and improvements under said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention, or to*said proposed acquisitions and improvements, or the grades to which said work is proposed to be done, or the extent of the assessment district, or the maps and descriptions, or the amounts of the several assessments, and all persons desiring to be heard in relation to,any of said matters, whether as protestants or otherwise, have been fully heard and considered, and are hereby overruled. 3. That the public interest, convenience and necessity require the acquisitions and improvements in the manner proposed, and Division 4 of the Streets and Highways Code shall not apply. 4. That the district benefited by said acquisitions and improvements and to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof, and the exterior boundaries thereof, is the district described in said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention. 5. That the Engineer's estimate of the itemized and total costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements, and of the incidental expenses in connection therewith, contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, finally adopted and approved as the Engineer's total and detailed estimate of the costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements. 6. That the plans and specifications for the proposed improvements, contained in said report,b=_, and they are hereby, .finally adopted and approved as the plans and specifications to', which said work shall be done as called for in said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention. 7. That the maps and descriptions of the lands and -3= C easements to be acquired, as contained in said report, be, and the same are hereby, approved and confirmed, 8. That the public interest, convenience and necessity require, and said Council does hereby order, the acquisitions and improvements to be made as described in and,in.accordance with, said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention on file in the office of the Clerk of, said City, reference to which is hereby made for a more partid'ular description of said acqui- sitions and improvements and for further particulars, pursuant to the provisions of said Act. 9. That the diagram showing the assessment district referred to and described in said Resolution of:Preliminary Deter- mination and of Intention, and also the boundaries and dimensions of the respective subdivisions of land within said district as the same existed at the time of the passage of said Resolution, each of which subdivisions having been given a separate number upon said diagram, as contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, finally approved and confirmed as the diagram of the pro- perties to be assessed to pay the costs and expense's of said acquisitions and improvements. 10. That the assessment of the total amount of the costs and expenses of the proposed acquisitions and improvements upon the several subdivisions of land in said district in proportion to the estimated benefits to be received by said subdivisions, res pectively, from said acquisitions and improvements, and of the expenses incidental thereto, as contained in said report, be, and the same is hereby, finally,approved and confirmed as the assess- ment to pay the costs and expenses of'said acquisitions and im- provements. 11. That the Clerk of said City shall forthwith deliver to the Superintendent of Streets of said City the said assessment, together with said diagram thereto attached and made a part there- -of, as confirmed by this Council, with his certificate of such -4- confirmation thereto attached and of the date thereof; and that said Superintendent of Streets shall forthwith record said diagram and-assessment in his office in a suitable book to be kept for that purpose, and append thereto his certificate of the date of such recording, and such recordation shall be and constitute the assess - merit roll herein. 12. That said Superintendent of Streets, upon the re- cording of said diagram and assessment, shall mail to each owner of real property within the assessment district at his last known address as same appears on the tax rolls Iof the City or on file - in the office of the Clerk of said City, or to both addresses, if said address is not the same, or to the -general delivery when no address so appears, a statement containing a designation by street number or'other description -:.of the property assessed suf- ficient to enable the- owner to identify the same, the amount of t. assessment, the date of the recordation of said assessment, the time and place of payment thereof, the effect of - failure to pay within such time, and a statement.of the fact that bonds will be issued.on unpaid assessments pursuant to the Improvement Bond Act of 1915, the last installment of such bonds shall mature.fourteen (14) years from the second day of July next succeeding ten months from their date. 13. That said Superintendent of Streets shall also cause Notice to Pay Assessments to be published in ten successive issues of the San Luis Obispo Telegram- Tribune, a newspaper publish d and circulated in said City, that said assessment has been recor- ded, and that all sums assessed thereon are'due and payable immediately, and that the payment of said sums is to be made with- in thirty (30) days after the date of recording said assessment, which date shall be stated in said notice, and of the fact that bonds will be issued upon unpaid assessments as above provided.. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the _7th day of June 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: APPROVED: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None G City 0-1e of ere City or San Luis Obispo . (�. KWHGI:HN�3 -Amf 7 -9�-R- 58 8C . RESOLUTION N0. 390 (1958 SERIES) RESOLUTION ORDERING MODIFICATION OF ASSESSMENTS AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT NO. S -58 -1 . RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that the plans and specifications, the assessment and estimate of costs of the project pursuant'to Resolution No. 361 -19 Series of 'Preliminary Determination and of Intention adopted by CCouncil on May 5, 1958 shall be modified in the following respects: PROJECT UNIT I 1. Modify the assessment to reduce diagram and assessment numbers 105 and 117 by the proportion thereof attributable to the construction of sanitary sewer and water facilities. 2. Modify the assessment to reduce diagram and assessment number 112 by the proportion thereof attributable to the construc- tion of sanitary sewerage facilities. 3. Modify the estimate of cost and assessment to provide fox a City contribution of $1,314.58. PROJE# UNIT II , 4. Modify the plans and, specifications, estimate of cost and the assessment to provide for the elimination of the constr of a sanitary sewer in Orcutt Road from Engineer's Station 3.19 to Engineer's Station 6.25, 5. Modify the assessment to reduce diagram and assessment numbers 203A and 204 by the proportion thereof attributable to the construction of water mains. 6. Modify the estimate of costs and assessment to provide a City contribution of $5,730.33. PROJECT UNIT; III 7. Modify the plans and specifications in the assessment to provide for the elimination of the construction -of a sanitary sewer in the alley in Block 12, Anholm Subdivision, 8. Modify the assessment to provide for the reduction of diagram and assessment number 323 which shall be recomputed on the basis of one - eighth of its actual frontage. 9. Modify the estimate of costs and assessment to provide for a City'contribution.of $1,503.14. PROJECT UNIT IV. 10. Modify the plans and specifications and the assessment to provide for the elimination of 48 lineal feet of paving in front of diagram and assessment number 401. 11. Modify the estimate of costs and assessment to provide for a City contribution of $1,764.52. PROJECT UNIT -V 12.* Modify the estimate of costs and assessment to provide for a City contribution of $9,796.80. The foregoing changes maybe made either on the face of the ns, specifications, estimate of costs and assessment or by fil amendment thereto. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo; California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 17 _day of July 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None C , City j0arerk of t City or San Luis Obispo APPROVED: s Mayor ' I KWHW:JS:gb 5/2b/5b 7c RESOtUTION'NO. 3 89` 1958 aeries A RESOLUTION OVERRULING PROTESTS ON RESOLUTION NO. 361 - 1958 SERIES OF PRELIMINARY DETER- MINATION AND OF INTENTION AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT NO S-58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, this Council did on'May 5, 1958, adopt its (Resolution No. 361 - 1958 Series of Preliminary Determination and of Intention to acquire and construct public improvements in and for said City; WHEREAS, on May 5, 1958, this Council adopted a resolu- Rion appointing time and place of hearing protests in relation to the proposed acquisitions and improvements and directing notice; WHEREAS, notice was given of the time and place therein stated in the manner provided by law, as appears from the affi- davits on file in the office of the City Clerk; WHEREAS.-said matter came on regularly for hearing at the time therein fixed; and WHEREAS, all written protests and other written communi- cations were publicly read at said .meeting and all persons desiring to be heard were fully heard.; NOW,,THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED,, as follows: 1. That protests against said acquisitions and improve - ments were not signed by the owners of a majority or more of the area of the lands within the assessment district, or of the area of the lands within'the assessment district assessed for the costs and expenses of said work. 2. That said protests be, and each of them are hereby, overruled. -Dr I hereby certify.that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the.City of San'Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 11th day of thereof: APPROVED: June 1958, by the following vote of the members AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen- None Mayo City 5prk or City or San Luis , Obispo J RESOLUTION NO. 388 (1959 Series) A RESOLUTION MENDIEG RESOLUTION NO. 371 (1958 Series) , A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING RED ZONES AT THE I %TERSECTIONS OF SANTA ROSA AND MILL STR MS AND SANTA ROTA AND PAU41 STR: MS. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That section A of Resolution Rio. 371 (1958 .Series) be amended as follows: 1. That,,-*4o Parking"2ones are hereby established on the follow- ing streets: -a. West side of Santa Rosa Street running northerly from Mill for a distance of approximately &Q. feet to the first driveway ramp'; PASSED MID ADOPTED this 16th day /of June, 1958, by the follow- ing roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith,. Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None mayor ATTEST: J88 71 RESOLUTION N0. 387 (1958 Series) A RESCLUTICN ESTABLISHIf'G A aHIV' HOT"L LOADING ZONE. IN FRONT "-OF TH" DOF 'MOTEL. BE IT.RESOLVD by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That there is hereby established a White Hotel Loading Zone on the south side of : Monterey Street extending 20 feet westerly from the Don motel driveway ramp, at 1473 Monterey Street, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 16th day of June, 1958, by the follow- ing roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry; J RESOWTIM WO,.1 6 (1958 Series) A RESOIRTIGN INCREASINQ Tip 1957 -56 BUDGET BE IT RESOD by the Contrail of the City of San Leis Obispo as follow s 1. That Accotint Nom 222 Advance a Augusta Street be increased by $1,123,61, 2, That Acwmt Boo M Advance - Sierra Way be Increased by $500,00. 39 That Account No, 226 Advance = A2m=d Street be increased by 61,117,66, L That Accost Now 225 Advance = Cerro Ronsuldo be Increased by $10096*54, 5, That Account Now 227 Advance -* Feltcn Way be increased by $392,82, 6, That Acco=t Now 228 Advance w BuYlock be increased by $19000,00, 7o That Account Nom 229 Advance - Alrits be increased by $2,000wOO. PASSED AND ADOPTED that. 16 y of June . 195$8 by the following roll call votes AM: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSEM None ATTESTS Q go 7 14�,Ata -! Mayor I. 3 30. GI �e ? 4,1 i.- RLESOLUTION rro. 3$5 (1958 Series) N A FZS-LlITIGP' ESTARLISRIr'G AUGUSTA ,TnT!T ?T AL 'CiMSTPUCTION FUND. BE IT T"F,§OLVTM by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as fo3;.ows: That the AU Nsta Street Et Al Construction Fund is hereby established and coded as follows: No. k;6 Revenue and Va. 150.4 Expenditures. All cash receipts frcm property owners., proceeds from the sale of bonds and receipts from other sources shall be deposited to this Hand, and all contract payments and other expenses paid -out of such fund. P.ASSITZ AM Al OMM this 16 day of June a 1958,., by the follevirg roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth «. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger POES : None AWFWT: None ATTEST: j - .° x or p.�7_ 71i RE OLMCN P0. 3, U4 (1958 series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORI2I1C ER'. -UT(W OF AN EASEME@1T ON RESERVOIR CANYON ROAD. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Lugs Obispo as follows: That the Mayor shall be and is hereby authorized to execute on behalf of the City of San Luis Obispo an easement along the right of Hay along County Road Fo, 87 proposed to be Abandoned by the County Board of Supervisors under a Resolution of Intention dated April 7, 1958, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 9 day of June, 1 1958, by the following ron call votez A`TSt Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSEPJTz None or ATTEST: Ulty 'v RESOLUTION No, 383 (1958 series) A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHIM COM OIL POLICY FOR MINOR DRAINAGE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1, That henceforth subdividers shall be required to place minor drainage underground, 2. That the term "minor drainage" is defined to mean such storm drainage that can be handled by a 42 inch pipe under Conditions of ultimate development of the area drained and a maximum ten year storm. 3. That the City Clerk is hereby directed to place a copy of this resolution in the Council policy file. PASSED AM ADOPTED this 2 day of June , 19''$, by the following roil call votes AYES. Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABMIT s Nels Beck l j � e yor ATTEST: 3g 3 RESOIUTIOFI NO, 3_ $. 2 4958 Series) A RESOIATIM ESTABLISHING A FADING ZM— Cad PISMO STREET. BE IT YESOLV® by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That a loading zone is hereby established on the south side of Pismo Street extending 55 feet westerly from the intersection of 0303 Street, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 2nd day of June' 1958 by the following roll can vote: AYES: Kenneth W, Jones, Richard G, Sleight, Dr, J, Barry Smith, Fred H, Incksinger NOESs None ABSEFTt Nels Beck Mayor ATTEST: L 392 1 ' RESOLUTION 1,10. 381 (1958 Series) A R.ES01UTION TESTABUSHING A 7W III. UTE PARKING Z013 AT 1302 OSOS STRa M. BE IT RESOLD s", by the Council of the City of San Iui.s.Obispo as follows: That a ten minute parking zone is hereby established at 1302 Osos Street running approximately 20 feet southerly from the intersection of Pacific Street, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 2nd day of June, 1958 by the following roll call votes AYESs Kenneth V. Jones, Richard G, Sleight, Dr. J, Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger, NOES- None ABSEFTs gels Beck ATTEST: i 3P 1 R.F OLUTICN RO, 380 (1958 series) A RESOLUTICY. P040M;G STOP SVIS 024 MURRAY STPJMT AT HATHWAY STREETO BE IT . ItESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows That because of the closing of the Hathwy Street railroad crossing the stop signs stopping traffic travelling in both directions on Murray Street at its intersection with Hathway Street are no longer necessary and shall be removed, PASSED Ahl ADOPTED this 2nd day of June, 1958 by the following roll call vote: AYESe Kenneth !', Jones, Richard G. Sleight, Dr, J. Barry :.mith, Fred H. Lucksint,er. h'Oi;Ss Wong ABSENT: Fels Beck ATTEST: i l r. RESOLUTION N0, 379 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING ONE AND ONE -HALF HOUR PARK- ING ZONES ON TORO AND MARSH STREETS BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1. That both sides of Toro Street between Marsh and Higuera Streets and both sides of Marsh Street between Toro. and Santa Rosa Streets are hereby designated as one and one -half hour parking streets. 2. That signs shall be erected on said streets designating said parking restrictions. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 2nd'day of June, 195$ by the following roll call vote: AYES: Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, Dr. J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES:. None ABSENT: Nel s Beck Mayor ' ATTEST: 'M50670,0521,010 - � %% 3 7C REsOLUTIOAJ N0. 378 (1958 series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS FOR A -I -D. BE IT ::ESOLYED by the Council of the City of San Luis bbispo as fcllor:s: That the Director of Finance is hereby authorized upon request by City employees to make payroll deductions and to forward such deductions to the Associated In -Group Donors. PASSED AUD ADOPT® this 2 day of June...... 1958, by the 'Eollosaing roll call vote: AYSSt Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger FOGS: None ABSENT: Nels Beck yo �, aT� ATTEST: 7F? I. KWHW•EAW:S:mb 5/27/58 7c C - •� RESOLUTION NO. 377 A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR SEALED PROPOSALS ALRITA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -9 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, the said Council did, on the 2nd day of June, 1958, adopt its Resolution No. 373 of Preliminary Determinat and of Intention to order the grading and construction of curbs, gutters, paving, sanitary sewer mains, water mains, water pumping station, storm drains and appurtenances, as more particularly described and set forth in said Resolution of Preliminary Determi tion and of Intention. NOW, THEREFORE, the City Clerk of said City is hereby directed to publish, by two successive insertions in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram- Tribune, a newspaper published and circu- lated in said City a notice inviting sealed proposals or bids for the construction of said improvements, and referring to the plans and specifications on file in the office of said City Clerk, the first of which publications shall be at least ten days prior to the time fixed for opening bids. All proposals or bids shall be accompanied by a cashier's or certified check payable to the order of the City amounting to ten percent (10%) of the bid, or by a.bond in said amount and pay- able to said City, signed by the bidder and a corporate surety or by the bidder and two sureties who shall justify before any office3 competent to administer an oath, in double said amount and over and above all statutory exemptions. Said check shall be forfeited or said bond shall become payable to said City incase the bidder depositing the same does not, within fifteen days after written notice that the contract has been awarded to him, enter into a contract with the City. 377 A Said sealed proposals or bids shall be delivered to the City Clerk of this City on or before 3:00 o'clock P.M. on the 7th day of July, 1958, said time being not less than.ten days from the time of the first publication of said notice. Bids will be pub- licly opened and examined on said day and hour, and declared by the Council at its meeting at 7:30 o'clock P.M. on July 7, 1958• I hereby certi£y.that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of- "the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 2nd day of June, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: Nels Beck APPROVED: 7 0 .� ►:� -- Obispo nnw:S:amf C RESOLUTION NO. 376 5 -27 -58 7C A RESOLUTION'APPOINTING TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING PROTESTS IN RELATION TO PROPOSED AC gJISITIONS AND.IMPROVEMENTS, AND DIRECTING NOTICE . ALRITA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -9 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. .373 of Preliminary Determination and of Intention adopted on June 2, 1958, by the City Council of said City, pursuant to the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, as amended, the City Engineer of said City has filed with the City Clerk of this City the written report called for under said Act and by said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention which report has been presented by said Clerk to this Council for consideration, and this Council has considered and preliminarily approved and confirmed said report and ordered that the same stand as the report for the purpose of all subsequent proceedings had pursuant to said Resolution of Preliminary Deter- mination and of Intention. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS.ORDERED, that Monday the 7th day of July, 1958, at the.hour of 7:30 o'clock P4M., in the regular meet- ing place of said Council, Council Chambers, City Hall,, San Luis Obispo, California, be, and the same are hereby appointed and fixed as the time and place when and where the Council will con- sider and finally determine whether the public interest, conven- ience and necessity require said acquisitions and improvements and when and where it will consider and finally act upon the Engineer's report under said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the City Clerk of this City be, and he is hereby, directed-to give notice of said hearing by two successive insertions in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram - Tribune, a newspaper published and circulated in said City, and by conspicuously posting a notice thereof along all the open streets within the assessment district at not more than three hundred feet apart, and not less than three in all; said posting and first publication to be had and completed at least twenty days before the date herein set for-:hearing of protests. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that said notices shall be headed "Notice of Improvement" in letters of not less than one inch in height and shall,in legible- characters, state the fact and date of the passage of said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention -and of the filing of said report and of the date, hour and place set for the hearing of said protests, and briefly describe the acquisitions and improvements proposed to be made, and refer to said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and report for further particulars. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the City Clerk of said City shall mail or cause to be mailed notice of the .adoption of said Resolu- tion of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and the filing of said report, postage prepaid., at least twenty days before the date set for hearing of said protests, to all persons owning real property to be assessed, whose names and addresses appear-on the last equalized assessment roll for City taxes prior thereto or as known to the City Clerk, which notice shall contain a statement of the time, place and purpose of the hearing on said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and report and a statement of the total estimated cost of the proposed acquisitions and improvements, the amount as shown by said report, to be assess- against the particular parcel covered by the notice, together with a statement that any person interested may file a protest in writing as provided in said Act. -2- • I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of -the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 2nd day of June, 1958, by the.following vote of the members thereof: AYES; and in favor thereof,, Councilmen: Kenneth W: Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOBS, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: Nels Beck (APPROVED: ro nor -3- C KWHW.:S : j c 5/278 7c RESOLUTION NO. 375 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PREVAILING WAGE SCALE ALRITA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -9 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, the City Council of'said City has ascertained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages in the locality in which public work is proposed to be performed for work of a similar character to that described in Resolution No, 373 of Prelimi- nary Determination and of Intention adopted June 2, 1958; WHEREAS, said rate of per diem wages is set forth and con- tained in the specifications for said project, copies of which are on file in the office of the City Engineer and also in the office of the City, Clerk of said City;.and WHEREAS, this.Council has duly considered said scale:. and finds the same to be correct in all particulars; NOW, THEREFORE, IT.IS HEREBY,FOUND, DETERMINED and ORDERED, as follows -: i. That said wage \scale ,is. set forth in said specification is hereby established and adopted as the prevailing rate of per diem wages for work of a similar character to that above de- scribed in the locality in which such public work is proposed to be performed. 2. That not less than said ,prevailing rate of per diem wages shall be paid for any work proposed to be performed under said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and.of Intention. �' i�- I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the.City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the grid day of June, 1958, by the following vote of.the members thereof: AYES, And in favor thereof, Councilmen: Kenneth W. Jones Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H, Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmne: Nels Beck APPROVED: r, yor, . 2. or 5an Luis I -_; . EWHW:S: jc 5/27/58 7c RESOLUTION N0, 371 A RESOLUTION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF ENGINEERtS REPORT ALRITA STREET ET AL PROJECT S -56 -9 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obis California, that WHEREAS, on the 2nd day of June, 1958, said Council did adopt its 'Resolution No. 373 of Preliminary Determination and of Intention to acquire and construct improvements in said City, land did refer the proposed acquisitions and improvements to the City Engineer, he being the officer,having charge and control of the acquisitions and construction of public improvements in and for said City of the kind described therein and being a competent person employed by said City for that purpose, and did therein di- rect said City Engineer to make and file with the City Clerk of said City, a report in writing all as therein more particularly described, under and pursuant to the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, as amended; WHEREAS, said City Engineer has made and filed with the City Clerk of said City a report in writing as called for in said Reso- lution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and under and pursuant to said Act, which report has been presented to this Council for consideration;. WHEREAS, said Council has duly considered said report and each and every- part thereof, and finds that each and every part of said report is sufficient, and that-said report, nor any part thereof requires or should be modified in any respect; NOW,, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, as follows:, 1. That the plans and specifications for the proposed im- provements to be made, contained in said report, be, and they are S 744 hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed. 2. That the Engineerts estimate of the itemized and total costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements and of the incidental expenses in connection therewith, contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed, 3. That the diagram showing the assessment district refer- red to and described in said Resolution of Preliminary Determina- tion and of Intention and also the boundaries and dimensions of the respective subdivisions of land within said assessment district as the-same existed at the time of the passage of said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention each of which subdi- visions have been given a separate number upon said diagram, as contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed. 4. That the proposed assessments upon the several subdi- visions of land in said assessment district in proportion to the estimated benefits to be received by-such subdivisions, respective- ly, from said acquisitions and improvements, and of the incidental expenses thereof, as contained in said report, be, and they are hereby preliminarily approved and confirmed. 5. That the maps and descriptions of the lands and ease- ments to be acquired, as contained in said report, be, and the same are hereby, preliminarily approved. 6. That said report shall stand as the Engineer's report for the purposes of all subsequent proceedings.and pursuant to said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 2nd day of June, 1958, by the following vote of the.'members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmnem: Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, :Fred H. Lucksinger NOES. Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: Nels Beck APPRGVED. _ ijvGr2f�� ,� 2. an i� Km:S:amf 5 -27 -58 7C RESOLUTION NO, 373 A RESOLUTION OF PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION AND OF INTENTION' ALRITA STREET ET AL PROJECT S -59 -9. RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that it does hereby preliminarily determine that the public interest, convenience and necessity require, and that it intends to order the following work to be done, acquisi= tions and improvements to be made, as follows: 1. (a) The acquisition of easements necessary to achieve a uniform width.of 54 feet for Laurel Lane from Johnson Street northeasterly 390 feet, more or less; for Flora Street from the northeasterly terminus of Laurel Lane northwesterly 340 feet, more or less; for Alrita Street from a point in Flora Street 240 feet, more or less,, northwesterly of Laurel Lane.northeasterly 625 feet, more or less, thence easterly 330 feet, more or less, to the City limits line; and the improvement of same by grading, paving and the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, cast iron water lines, to- gether with valves, hydrants and appurtenances, street lighting facilities and surface and subsurface drainage facilities. (b) The construction and installation of a sanitary sewer main and appurtenances in Alrita Street from the existing sewer line therein easterly 330 feet, more or less, to the City limits line. (c) The construction and installation of a water pump- ing plant at the intersection of Laurel Lane and Flora Street. (d) The acquisition of all lands and easements and the performing of all work auxiliary to any of the above necessary to complete same. 2. All of the blocks, streets and alleys herein mentioned are shown on maps of record in the office of the County Recorder of San Luis Obispo County, State of California, and shall be shown upon the plans herein referred to and to be filed with the Clerk of said City. 3. Whenever any public way is herein.referred to as running between two public ways,.or from or to any public way, the inter- sections of the public ways referred to are included to the extent that work shall be shown on the plans to be done thereon. _ A 4. All of said work and improvements are to be constructed at the places and in the .particular locations, of the forms, sizes, dimensions and materials, and at the lines, grades and elevations, as shown and delineated upon the plans, profiles and specifications to be made therefor, as hereinafter provided. 5. There is to be excepted from the work above described any of such work already done to line and grade and marked except- ed or shown not to be done on said plans, profiles and specifica- tions. 6.. Said Council does hereby adopt and establish as the official grades for said work the grades and elevations to be shown upon said plans, profiles and specifications. All such grades and elevations.are to be in feet and decimals thereof with reference to the datum plane of -the City of San.Luis Obispo. 7. Notice is hereby given of the fact-that in many cases said work and improvement will,bring the .finished work to a grade 4 different from that formerly existing, and that to said extent sa grades are hereby changed and that said work will be done to said changed grades. 8. Said contemplated acquisitions and improvements,;in the opinion of the City Council of said City, are of more than local or ordinary public benefit, and said Council does hereby make the costs and expenses thereof chargeable upon an assessment district, which district said Council declares to be the district benefited by said acquisitions and improvements and to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof., the exterior boundaries of'which district are the coterminous exterior boundaries of the consoli- dated and composite area described on the map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk to which reference is hereby made for further particulars. -2- t� t 9. Said City Council further declares that all public streets, highways, lanes and alleys within said assessment dis- trict, in the use in the performance of a public functioTk as such, shall be omitted from the assessment hereafter to be made to cover the costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements. 10. Notice is hereby given that serial bonds to represent unpaid assessments, and bear interest at the rate of not to exceed six per cent (6 %) per annum, will be issued hereunder in the manner provided in the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (Division 10 of the Streets and Highways Code), the last installment of which bonds shall mature fourteen (14) years from the second day of July next succeeding ten months from their date. 11. Except as herein otherwise provided for the issuance of bonds, all-of said work shall be done as provided in the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 (Division 12 of the Streets-and Highways Code) and Section 17 of Article XIII of the Constitution of the State of California. 12. The said acquisitions and improvements are hereby re- ferred to the City Engineer of said City, and the officer having charge and control of the construction of public improvements in and for said City of the kind.described herein, being a competent person employed by said.City for that.purpose, and said City Engineer is hereby directed to make -and file with the Clerk of said City a report in writing, presenting the following: (a) Maps and descriptions of the lands and easements to be acquired; (b) Plans and specifications of the proposed improvements to be made pursuant to this Resolution; (c) Engineers estimate of.the estimated and total estimat costs and expenses of.said acquisitions and improvements and of the incidental expenses in connection therewith; MM C (d) Diagram showing the assessment district above referred to, and also the boundaries and dimensions of the respective sub - divisions of land within said district as the same existed at the time of the passage of this Resolution, each of which subdivisions shall be given A separate number upon said diagram; (e) -A proposed assessment of the total amount of the costs and expenses of the proposed acquisitions and improvements upon the several subdivisions of land in said district in proportion to the estimated benefits to be received by such subdivisions, respectively, from said acquisitions and improvements, and of the expenses incidental thereto. 14. If any excess shall be realized from the assessment it shall be spent for the maintenance of said acquisitions and im- provements, unless the Council shall hereafter determine that said amount or any part thereof shall be applied as a credit to each assessment herein. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 2nd day of June, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry-Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ASSENT, Councilmen; Nels Beck APPROVED: J 9 -4- i RESOLUTION MO 72 (195$ Se's) A REson uiloN INCREASIlM THE 1957 °58 BEET FOR IMPROM 1,IM) AT THE SEWAGE PUNT, BE IT R�'SCLUED by 4m Council of the Ci%r of San Luis Obispo as folio =:ss That a new awc, % number 2500$ Savage Thant Imp=7c nts be established in tho Publie Inprova=nt and Betterment Budget for 1957 -58 in the a'rourft, of M,426,00 and that tus amount be added to the budget, PASSER AND AOChOM this 19th day of Maye 1958 by the folio-wing cull call voce: AYES c Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NC1ES: None ABSENT: None Y� ti. C RESOLUTION N0. 371 , {2958 Series) A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING FED ZONES AT THE INTERSEGTIGNS OF SANTA 1MSA AM HILL STREET AED SANTA ROSA AND PALM STREET* BE IT.R6SOLM by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as fol OUSS 1. That no parking zones are hereby established on the following streets: ao West side of Santa Rosa running northerly from Mill for a distance of approximately 60 feet to the first driveway ramp, b, West side of Santa Rasa running southerly from the inter - soction of Min a distanae of approximately 45 feet to the first driveway ramp. c, East side of Santa Rosa running southerly from the inter - section of Min for two car spaces or a distance of approximately 55 feet, d, West side of Santa Rosa rvw4LAg northarl from the inter- section"of. P ",street for two car spaces or approximately 55 feet, ;;:..... so West side of Santa Rosa running southe rly from the inter. section of Paii Street two car spaces or approximately 55 feet. fo East side of Stints Rosa rmvong northerly from the inter section of Pa3ai Streettm car spaces or approximately 55 feet. Co East side of Santa Rosa running southerly from the interb section of Palm Street two spaces or approxiately 55 feet, 2. Said zones shall be designated by red arkings placed upon the curb. PASSED All) ADOPTED Uds 19t* of May „ 1958, by the following roll can vote: AygS= Nels Beck, .Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Kred H. Lucksinger NOES. None ABSENTa None Loa or ATTEST e y Ulerit Fr1 RESOLUTION NO. 370 (1958 Series) RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO FORM A PARKING DISTRICT TO BE KNOWN AS "PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1 OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO" AND FIXING THE TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING AND GIVING NOTICE THEREOF. WHEREAS, on April 16 , 1958, there was filed with the City Clerk a petition for the formation of a parking district under the Parking District Law of 1951, being Part 4, Division 18 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California; and WHEREAS, the City Clerk examined said petition and thereafter certified to this City Council that said petition was signed by the requisite number of voters; and WHEREAS, this City Council adopted its Resolution-No. 359 on May 5 , 1958, approving said petition; and WHEREAS, this City Council by Ordinance No. $2 , adopted May 5 , 1958, declared and agreed that all of the City lands now owned by the City within the proposed district and being used for the purpose of public off - street parking shall for all purposes of said - district be held, used and treated in all respects the same as the parking places to be acquired with the proceeds of said bonds; and 1. 37o WHEREAS, the City Engineer did make and file with this City Council his report containing the matters required by Section 35257 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO, as follows: Section 1. That this City Council hereby declares its intention to form a parking district and to issue bonds in the amount and for the purposes here- inafter stated. Section 2. That the name of the proposed parking district is "PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1 OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO." Section 3. That a description of the exterior boundaries of the district is as follows: 2. Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of Nipomo Street with the centerline of Marsh Street, thence Northeasterly along the centerline of Marsh Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Broad Street, thence Southeasterly along the centerline of Broad Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Pacific Street, thence Northeasterly along the centerline of Pacific Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Garden Street, thence Southeasterly along the centerline of Garden Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Pismo Street, thence North- easterly along the centerline of Piano Street to the inter- section thereof with the centerline of Chorro Street, thence Northwesterly along the centerline of Chorro Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Pacific Street, thence Northeasterly along the centerline of Pacific Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Santa Rosa Street, thence Northwesterly along the centerline of Santa Rosa Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Monterey Street, thence Southwesterly along the centerline of Monterey Street, to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Osos Street, thence North- westerly along the centerline of Osos Street to the inter- section thereof with the centerline of Mill Street, thence Southwesterly along the centerline of Mill Street to a point which bears North 360 221 West from the most North- erly corner of Lot 1 in Block 19, thence South 360 22' East to the most Northerly corner of said Lot 1, thence Southeasterly along the Northeasterly line of said Lot to the most Easterly corner of said Lot, thence Southwesterly along the Southeasterly line of said Lot, and the extension thereof, to the centerline of Morro Street, thence North- westerly to the most Northerly corner of the part of Block 15 conveyed to the City of San Luis Obispo, a municipal corporation, by deed dated March 19, 1951 and recorded March 20, 1951 in Book 602, at page 69 of Official Records of San Luis Obispo County, thence South 530 38' West along the Northwesterly line of said conveyed roperty 194.25', thence North 360 221 West a distance of 0.931 to a point, thence South 530 38' West, to the centerline of Chorro Street, thence Southeasterly along the centerline of Chorro Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Monterey Street, as said Monterey Street is located between Blocks 10 and 11 of said City, thence Southwesterly along the center- line of Monterey Street to the intersection thereof with the centerline of Broad Street, thence Southeasterly along the centerline of Broad Street to the centerline of San Luis Obispo Creek, thence following said centerline in a South- westerly direction across Block 8 of said City, to the centerline of Nipomo Street, thence Southeasterly along the centerline of Nipomo Street to the point of beginning. Section 4, That a general description of the parking places proposed to be acquired within said district is as follows: 3. PARKING LOT A PARCEL 1: Lot 14, the Northwesterly 30 feet of Lot 15 an3 t a Northwesterly 80 feet of Lots 10 and 11 in Block 100 of Mission Vineyard Tract, in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to map thereof recorded in Book A page 143 of Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. Excepting therefrom a Parcel of land in the Northwesterly corner of said Lot 14, said Parcel measuring 35 feet on Chorro Street and 100 feet deep. PARCEL 2: That portion of Lots 11 and 15 and all of Lot-l=n Block 100 of Mission Vineyard Tract in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to the map thereof filed in Book A. at page 143 of Maps, described as a whole as follows: Beginning at the Northeasterly corner of Chorro and.Pacific Streets; thence North 360 221 West along the Easterly line of Chorro Street, 70 feet to a point; thence North 530 071 East 124.30 feet to the Northwest- erly corner of the property described in the deed to George R. Lewis, recorded November 27, 1935 in Book 184, at page 468 of Official Records; thence South 360 221 East along the Westerly line of property described in said deed 70 feet to the Southwest corner thereof and to a point on the Northerly line of Pacific Street; thence South 530 071 West along the Northerly line of Pacific Street 124..30,feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 3: The Southwesterly 10 feet of Lot 6, and the AiFieasterly 15 feet of Lot 7, in Block 100 of the Mission Vineyard Tract, in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to map received March 8, 1873 in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. Excepting therefrom_ any portion thereof included within the lines of Marsh Street as widened. PARKING LOT D All that part of Block 17 of the City of San Luis Obispo described as follows: Beginning at the most Northerly corner of said Block, thence South 540 061 West along the Southeasterly line of Monterey Street-132.93 feet to the intersection of said Southeasterly line with the Northeasterly line of Court Street, thence South 350 541 East along the Northeasterly line of Court Street 230.19 feet, more or less to the intersection thereof with the Northwesterly line of Higuera Street, thence Northeasterly along the Northwesterly line of Higuera Street 132:58 feet to the intersection thereof with the Southwesterly line of Osos Street, thence North 350 541 West along the Southwesterly line of Osos Street 229.42 feet, more or less to the point of beginning. 49 Saving and excepting therefrom that portion thereof described as follows: Beginning at the most Northerly corner of said Block, thence South 540 06' West along the Southeast- erly line of Monterey Street 60 feet and seven inches, thence South 330 541 East 129 feet and five inches, thence North 540 061 East 60 feet and seven inches to the Southwesterly line of Osos Street, thence North 350 54' West along the Southwesterly line of Osos Street 129 feet and five inches to the point of beginning. Section 5. That a general description of the improvements to be made on said proposed parking places is as follows: jal demolition of any existing structures; b grading and levelling; c paving; d installation of appropriate markings and parking meters and facilities for draining, lighting and otherwise making said parking places suitable for off- street parking of motor vehicles. Section 6.. That the estimates of costs, expenses and revenues, and the assessed value of real property in the proposed district, as set forth in the report of the City Engineer above referred to is as follows: (a) Estimated Cost: Land Acquisition Clearing, grading, paving and marking Parking Meters Professional fees Contingencies Lot A Lot D $ 75,180 $ 220,000 12,000 4,870 .:e 4,790 *T- nterest during Construction 1,680 $102,200 243000 7,120 109040 26,120 4,790 $ 292, 070 Program Total $ 295,180 36,000 11,990 13,720 30j910 6,470 $ 394,270 * Stone and Youngberg, Financial Consultants for the City, recommend a Bond Reserve Fund of $32,000, which increases the program total to $419,800. 5. (b) Estimated Expenses and Revenues: L 0 T A L 0 T D Gross Revenue Expense *Total $133,000 $56,500 Average 5020 20260 --Set Gross Revenue Revenue $76,500 $194,800 3,o6o 7,790 * For a twenty -five (25) year period. Net Expense Revenue $78,750 $116,050 3,150 4,640 (c) Assessed value of taxable real property in the proposed District, as shown by the last equalized assessment roll: $2,782,820.00 Section 7. That the estimated amount of bonds proposed to be issued to pay the costs of said acquisitions and improvements is the sum of $420,000; that the maximum number of years said bonds are to run is thirty -five (35) years from the date thereof and the maximum rate of interest to be payable thereon shall not exceed six per cent (6 %), payable semi - annually except the first interest coupon may be for a different period. Section 8. That the limit as to time within which ad valorem assessments may be levied upon taxable real property in the parking district hereinabove described shall be thirty -six (36) years from the date of the bonds to be issued for said acquisitions and improvements; and the limit as to rate upon ad valorem assessments upon said taxable real property shall be seventy -five cents ($.75) on each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of assessed valuation. Section 9. A general statement of the public ways within the proposed district on which it is proposed that the City maintain or continue to maintain parking meters, the net revenues from which will be allocated and pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds issued to finance the acquisitions and improvements herein described and to payment of operation and maintenance costs of said parking places and to the establishment and maintenance 6. 0 of any reserve funds, sinking funds or other funds designed for securing or paying said bonds and the interest thereon, is as follows: Both sides of Monterey between Osos and Chorro Streets; South side of Monterey between Chorro and Broad Streets; Both sides of Higuera between Santa Rose and Nipomo Streets; Both sides of Marsh Street between Osos and Broad Streets; Both sides of Osos between Monterey and Marsh Streets; Both sides of Morro between Palm and Marsh Streets; East side of Morro between Marsh and Pacific Streets; East side of Chorro between Palm and Higuere Streets; Both sides of Chorro between Higuera and Pacific Streets; Both sides of Garden between Higuera and Marsh Streets; Both sides of Broad between Higuera and Marsh Streets; East side of Court between Monterey and Higuera Streets; West side of Osos between Palm and Monterey Streets; South side of Monterey between Santa Rosa and Osos Streets; provided, that, in the proceedings relating to the formation of the proposed district and to the issuance of said bonds, the City shall provide that if, under the circumstances permitted by the Law, the City shall cease to maintain parking meters on some or all of the above mentioned streets or portions thereof, the City shall install and maintain on other streets in the proposed district, on which meters are not now installed, parking meters which will produce net revenues in an amount equal to the net revenues of the parking meters no longer maintained; and provided, further, that to permit the inclusion in the proceedings for the issuance of said bonds of a covenant against the operation by the City or the proposed district of other facilities for the public parking of motor vehicles which would compete with said proposed parking places, the City shall provide, in the proceedings relating to the forma- tion of the proposed district and to the issuance of said bonds, that if and when and so long as parking meters are installed and maintained on any of the streets within the proposed district on which such meters are not now installed, all of the net revenues from said meters shall be allocated and pledged in the same manner and for the same purposes as 7. the net revenues from the parking meters on the streets and portions thereof hereinabove specifically described. The period of time, measured from the date of said bonds, for which it is proposed that the City agree to maintain parking meters as aforesaid is thirty -six (36) years from the date of said bonds or such portion of said thirty -six (36) years as is necessary to produce from said parking meters net revenues which, together with other revenues and money available for the purpose, will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same fall due. Section 10. That on May 5 , 1958, this City Council this City Council therein described district be held, as parking places be issued for the district. Said 1 did adopt its Ordinance No. $2 wherein declared and agreed that the City lands shall for all purposes of said parking used and treated in all respects the same acquired with the proceeds of the bonds to acquisitions and improvements in said parking ands are described as follows: MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT NO.1 In the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, those portions of Lots 2, 39 4, 5 and 6. Block 15 described as follows: Beginning at the South East corner of Lot 6, Block 15, thence North 360 22' East 110 feet; thence at right angles South 530 38' East 50 feet; thence at right angles North 360 22' East 40 feet; thence at right angles North 530 38' East 50 feet to the. Westerly line of Morro Street; thence at right angles North 360 22' East 22.12 feet along the Westerly line of Morro Street; thence at right angles South 530 38' West 194.25 feet; thence at right angles South 360 22' East 52.47 feet; thence at right angles South 530 38' West 108.67 feet; thence at right angles South 360 22' East 119.25 feet to the Northerly line of Palm Street; thence at right angles North 530 38' East along the Northerly line of Palm Street 304.91 feet more or less to the point of beginning. MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT NO. 2 In the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of ..California, all of Lot 4 and those portions of lots 3, 5 and 6 of Block 86 of the lands of A. Murray according to the ma thereof filed for record 14ay 1, 1876 in Book A, Page 145 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, and those portions of Lots 8, 92 10, 11 and 12 in Block 86 of the Misgion Vineyard Tract according to the map thereof filed for record March 8, 1873 in Book A. Page 143 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County described as a whole as follows: Beginning at a point on the Easterly line of Broad Street, which is distant South 860 53' East 14.05 feet from the common corner to Lots 2 and 3 in Block 86; thence North 530 07I East parallel with the South line of Higuera Street 109.35 feet; thence at right angles North 360 53' West 14.75 feet; thence at right angles North 530 071 East 72.29 feet; thence at right angles South 360 53' East 57.75 feet; thence at right angles North 530 07' East 27 feet; thence at right angles South 360 53' East 47 feet; thence at right angles South 530 071 West 22 feet; thence at right angles South 360 53' East 87.50 feet to the Northerly line of Marsh Street; thence at right angles South 530 07' West and parallel with the Northerly line of Marsh Street 74.93 feet; thence at right angles North 360 531 West 74 feet; thence at right angles South 530 071 West 121.5 feet to the East line of Broad Street; thence North 360 531 East 110.3 feet to the point of beginning. MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT NO. 3 All that certain real property situated in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, . State of California, and particularly described as follows: All that portion of Block 14 as designated on Harris and Wards Map of the City of San Luis Obispo, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly line of Monterey Street, in said City, distant North 540 6l East 227 feet 6 inches from the northeasterly corner of Chorro and Monterey Streets; thence running North 540 61 East along said northerly line of Monterey Street 52 feet and 6 inches to the southwesterly corner of the lot formerly owned by Mrs. N.E. Call; thence North 330 221 West along the westerly line of said lot of Mrs. N.E. Call, 351 feet to the southerly line of Palm Street; thence South 530 38' West along said southerly line of Palm Street, 107 feet to the northwesterly corner of the lot formerly owned by B. Brizzolara; thence South 360 22' East along the westerly line of said Brizzolara lot 56.36 feet to a point; thence North 530 38' East and parallel with the southerly line of Palm Street 38.08 feet to the easterly line of a lot conveyed by Nathan and Issac Goldtree to W.J. Oaks by deed dated August 21, 18820 and recorded in the office of the County Recorder of said County in Liber "0" of Deeds, at Page 431 and following; thence South 350 541 East along the east- erly line of said Oaks lot 296 feet to the northerly line of Monterey Street and point of beginning, excepting therefrom all that portion thereof included within the present lines of Monterey Street. a Section 11. Notice is hereby given that the 23 day of June , 1958, at the hour of 8:00 P.M., in the Council Chambers of this City Council in the City Hall in the City of San Luis Obispo is the time and place for the hearing on the proposed formation of said district and the time within which and the place where protests may be filed. Any person interested in and objecting to the formation of said parking district, the extent thereof, the proposed acquisi- tions and improvements, the issuance of bonds, or to any other proposal set forth in this resolution of intention, may file a written protest with the City Clerk not later than the date and hour above fixed for hearing at his office in said City Hall. Section 12. Reference is hereby made to the report of the City Engineer on file in the office of the City Clerk. Said report may be examined by any interested person. Section 13. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to publish notice of hearing by causing the San Luis Obispo Co. a copy of this resolution to be published in Telegram- Tribune once a week for two (2) successive weeks, the first publication to be at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the hearing fixed herein. Not less than twenty -five (25) days prior to the date of hearing, the City Clerk shall mail a copy of this resolution, postage prepaid, to each person to whom real property in said proposed parking district is assessed,as shown on the last equalized assessment roll, at his address as shown upon the roll, and to each person, whether owner in fee or having a lien upon, or legal or equitable interest in, any real property within the district, whose name and address 10. and a designation of the real property in which he is interested is on file in the office of the Clerk. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 19 day of May , 1958, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None --C �.�iC /T • � / -�+^"" Gam✓ mayor or e city or an Luis Ubispo California ATTEST: 11. RESOLUTION No. 3 69 (1958 Series) A I4'SOLUTIOR zCREASINo THs 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of Ue City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That Account ho, 260.35 Gas Tax - Laurel Lame be set up in the ammmt of PAS5II1 AM) ADOPTED this 1 y of May „ 1958, by the following roll call vote: AYMS: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES s. None ABSE17: None Wor r ATTEST: '365 l RESOLUTION No, 368 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION? ESTABLI"71M G A TEN I'1111 WE PARKING ZONE. IF FRONT OF TFE DON .MOTEL, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as folloz3s: That there is hereby established a ten minuta &men narking zone on the south side of 1"onterey Street extending 20 feet westerly from the Don Motel driveway ramp at 1473 Mznterey Street, PASSED AND ADOPTED this ay of May 1958' by the follo-Dying roll cal1 vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jone1c, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger FOES: None ABSE ?:T : None ATTEST: S62 RESOLUTION no. 3 66 (2958 Swiss) A RESOLUTION REQUIRING VACCINATION OF DOGS DUNINO RABIES QUAFJYTDMO WHEREAS9 the County of San Luis Obispoa including the City of San Leis Obispo has been officially declared a "Rabies Area" effective April 140 1958, and IMEREAS, the City peace officers and health officers tart/ required to carry out the applicable provisions of the Health and Safety Code and the California Administrative Codes Nai THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Ccoacil, of the City of San Luis Obispo as foilcarst to That until, the City has established public vaccination clinics and designated an official rabies vaccination tag the City police officers and health officer shall consider all dog ovners who have been in possession for at least thirty (30) days of a licensed veterinarian certificate attesting that their has be eac en tl dog � crinatedvhave fuifill,ed the vaccination requinments set forth in the California Health and Safety Code and the California Administrative Codeo 2, That all dogs over the age of four (4) months must be vaccinated and that all dogs until they have been vaccinated. for at least thirty (30) days mast be confined to the promises of or kept under physical restraint by the owner, PASSED AND ADOPTED this day of May 1958, by the following roll can votes AYESt Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Riehard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger h -S: None ABSEM: None ATTEST: '766 KWHW:S:jc 4/30/58 6c RESOLUTION NO. 365 A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR SEALED PROPOSALS AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT 8 -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis ispo, California, that WHEREAS, the said Council did, on the 5th day of May, 1 its Resolution No. 361 . of Preliminary Determination nd of Intention to order the grading and construction of curbs, utters, paving,•sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewage lift station ater mains, storm drains and appurtenances, as more particularly scribed and set forth in said Resolution of Preliminary Determi ion and of Intention. NOW, THEREFORE, the City Clerk of said City is hereby directed to publish, by two successive insertions in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram - Tribune, a newspaper published and circula- ted in said City a notice inviting sealed proposals or bids for the construction of said improvements, and referring to the plans and specifications on file in the office of said City Clerk, the first of which publications shall be.at least ten days prior to the time d for opening bids. All proposals or bids shall be accompanied by a cashier's certified check payable to the order of the City amounting to percent (10%) of the bid, or by a bond in said amount and pay- ble to said City, signed by the bidder and a corporate surety or by the bidder and two sureties who shall justify before any officer competent to administer an oath, in double said amount and over and above all statutory exemptions. Said check shall be forfeited or said bond shall become payab le- to said City in case the bidder depositing the same does not, within fifteen days after written 3�5 notice that the contract has been awarded to him, enter into a contract with the City. Said sealed proposals or bids shall be delivered to the City Clerk of this City on or before 3:00 o'clock P.M. on the 6th day of June, 1958, said time being not less than ten days from the time of the first publication of said notice. Bids will be pub- licly opened and examined on said day and hour, and declared by the Council at its meeting at 7:30 o'clock P.M. on 4une 9, 1958. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City. Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 5th day of May, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck., Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J.,Barry Smith, Fred Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None it an Luis Obispo APPROVED: MAYOR 0cS:mh 4730—'58 6C y RESOLUTION N0. 364- A RESOLUTION APPOINTING TIME AND PLACE OF TfEARING PROTESTS IN.RELATION TO PROPOSED ACQUISITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS, AND DIRECTING NOTICE AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 361.. of Preliminary Determination and of Intention adopted on May 5, 1958, by the City Council of said City, pursuant to the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, as amended, the City Engineer of said City has filed with the City Clerk of this City the written report called for under said Act and by said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention which report has been presented by said Clerk to this Council for consideration, and this Council has considered_. and preliminarily approved and confirmed said report and ordered that the same stand as the report for the purpose of allsubsequent proceedings has pursuant to said Resolution of Preliminary Deter- mination and of intention. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, that Monday the 9th day of June, 1958, at the hour of 7 :30 o'clock P.M., in the regular meet- ing place.of said Council; Council Chambers, City Hall, San Luis ispo, California, be,' and the same ara hereby appointed and axed as the time and place ijhen and where the Council will con ider and finally determine whether the public interest, conven- e and necessity require said acquisitions and improvements and and where it will condider and finally act upon the Engineer's eport under said Resolution of Preliminary Determirs tion and of ention. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the City Clerk of this City be, nd he is hereby, directed to give notice of said hearing by two �36 47- I successive insertions in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram- Tribune,, a newspaper published and circulated in said City, and by conspicously posting a notice thereof along all the open streets withingthe assessment district at not more than three hundred feet apart, and not less than three in all;,said posting and first publication to be had and completed at least twenty days before the date herein set for hearing of protests. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that said notices shall be headed "Notice of Improvement" in letters of not less than one inch in height and sahll, in legible characters, state the fact and date of the passage of said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and of the filing of said report and of the date, hour and place set for the hearing of said protests, and briefly describe the acquisitions and improvements proposed to be made, and refer to said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and report for further particulars. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the City Clerk of said City sha mail or cause to be mailed.notice of the adoption of said Resolu- tion of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and the filing fo said report, postage prepaid, at least twenty days before the date set for hearing of said protests, to all persons owning real property to be assessed, whose names and addresses appear on the last equalized assessment roll for City taxes prior thereto or as known to'the City Clerk, which notice shall contain a statement of the time, place and purpose of the hearing on said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention.and report and a statement of the total estimated cost of the proposed acquisition and improvements, the amount as shown by said report, to be asses ed against the particular parcel covered by the notice, together with a statement that any person interested may file a protest in writing as provided in said Act. -2- I .hereby certify that the .foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting .thereof held, on the 5th day of May, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof:. AYES, and- in -favor, thereof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G.. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Zucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT; Councilmen: None 'City CC rk of tkW City of San Luis Obispo APPROVED: OR KWHW:S:mh 4 -30 -58 6c RESOLUTION NO.:.363 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PREVAILING WAGE SCALE AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that WHEREAS, the,City Council of said City has ascertained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages in the locality in which, public work is proposed to be performed for work of a similar char; acter to that described in Resolution. No. .361 of Preliminary Determination and of Intention adopted Mayy, 1958; WHEREAS, said rate of per.diem wages is set forth and con- tained in the specifications for said project, copies of which are on file in the office of the City.Engineer and also in the office of the City Clerk of said City; and WHEREAS, this Council has duly considered said scale and finds the same to be correct in all particulars; NOW, THEREFORE.,,-IT IS HEREBY..FOUND,,DETERMINED AND ORDERED, as follows: 1. That said wage scale as set forth in said specification: is hereby established and adopted as the prevailing rate of per diem wages for work of a similar character to that above described in the locality in which such public work is proposed to be per- formed. 2. That not less than said prevailing rate of per diem wages shall be paid for any work proposed to be performed under said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 5)th day of May, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen :Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard Sleight, J.. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: . None ABSENT, Councilmen: None APPROVED: Mayor C KWHW: h 4-30-58 - RESOLUTION NO. .362. A RESOLUTION OF PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF ENGINEER'S REPORT AUGUSTA STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of theCity of San Luis Obi California, that WHEREAS, on the,5th day of May, 1958, said Council did adopt its Resolution No. ..361... of Preliminary Determination and of Intention to acquire and construct imporvements in aid City, and did refer the proposed acquisitions and improvements to the City Engineer, he being the officer having charge and control of th acquisitions and construction of public improvements in and for said City of the kind described therein and being a competent person employed by said City for that purpose, and did therein di- rect said City Engineer to make and file with the City Clerk of said City, a report in writing all as therein more particularly described, under and pursuant to the Municipal Imporvement Act of 11913, as amended; WHEREAS, said City Engineer has made and filed with City Clerk of said City a report in writing as called for in said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention and under and pursuant to said Act, which report has been presented to this lCouncil for consideration; WHEREAS, said Council has duly considered said report and leach and every part thereof, and finds that each and every parr of (said report is sufficient, and that said report, nor any part thereof requires or should be modified in any respect; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, as follows: 1. That the plans and specifications for the proposed limprovements to be made, contained in said report, be, and they are hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed: /d, F 2. That the Engineer's.estimate of the itemized and total) costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements and of the incidental expenses in connection therewith, contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed 3. That the diagram showing the assessment district refer) red to and described in said Resolution of Preliminary Determina- tion and of Intention and also the boundaries and dimensions of the respective subdivisions of land within said assessment distric a.s the same existed at the time of the passage of said Resolution of Preliminary Determination and of Intention each of which subdi= visions have been given a separate number upon said diagram, as contained in said report, be, and it is hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed. 4. That the proposed.assessments upon the several sub- divisions of land in said assessment district in proportion to the estimated benefits to be received by such subdivisions, respective- ly, from said acquisitions and improvements, and of the incidental expenses thereof, as contained in said report, be, and they are hereby, preliminarily approved and confirmed. 5. That the maps and descriptions of the lands and ease- ments to be acquired, as contained in said report, be, and the sa are hereby, preliminarily approved. 6. That said report shall stand as the Engineer's report for the pruposes of all subsequent proceedings and pursuant to said Resolution of Preliminary'-Determination and of Intention. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passes and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 5th day of May, 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor therof, Councilmen: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None APPROVED: an Luis 0 r KWHW:EAW:S:mb 4/15/58 6c RESOLUTION.NO. 361 A RESOLUTION OF PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION AND OF INTENTION AUGUSTA:.STREET, ET AL PROJECT S -58 -1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, that it does hereby preliminarily determine that the public interest, convenience and necessity require, and that it intends to order the following work to be done, acquisi- tions and improvements to be made, as-follows: 1. (a) PROJECT UNIT I. The improving of the northeaster- ly half of Augusta Street r.-rom a point 113 feet, more or less, southeasterly of San Carlos Drive'to B shop.Street by grading, paving, the construction and installation of- Portland cement con- crete curbs and gutters; the southwesterly half of :Augusta Street from a point 133 feet, more or less, northwesterly of Ridge Court to Bishop Street and the southerly side of Leland Terrace from Augusta.Street westerly and southerly 80 feet, more.or less, by grading and paving. The acquisition of easements necessary to achieve a uniform width of 50 feet for a street to be designated Cecelia Court.from a point in Augusta'Street 30 feet northwesterly of Ridgi Court,'northeasterly 330'feet, more or less, thence southeasterly at right angles 250 feet, more or less, and the improvement there- of by grading, paving and the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs and gutters. The construction and installation of a sanitary sewer main, together with manholes, standard manhole frames and covers, wye branches, house laterals and appurtenances in Cecelia Court from its southeasterly terminus northwesterly 120 feet, more or less, and in an easement to be acquired herein which is the extension southeasterly of the center line of Cecelia Court from the southeasterly terminus thereof southeasterly 300 feet, more or less, and in an easement to be acquired, herein the center line of which is the southeasterly line of Lot 32, Block 3 Goldtree Vine- yard Tract. The construction and installation of storm water drainage facilities in Cecelia Court from Augusta Street north- easterly 120 feet, more or less, and.in Augusta Street from Cecelia Court southeasterly 40 feet, more or less. The construction and installation of a water ma together with valves, hydrants, house services and appurtenances in Cecelia Court from a point 40 feet more or less northwesterly of its southeasterly terminus, northwesterly 140 feet, more or less. The acquisition of a 6 -inch water main and appurtenances and a sanitary sewer main and appurtenances in Augus Street from Leland Terrace southerly.600 feet, more or less, and in Cecelia Court from Augusta Street easterly 330 feet, more or less. 3�i The acquisition appurtenances, together with an easterly line of Augusta Street of the northerly line of Lot 31, northerly 20 feet, more or less. of an existing storm drain and easement therefor commencing at 40 feet, more or less, southerly Goldtree Vineyard Tract, thence (b) PROJECT UNIT II. The construction and installa- tion of a water main, oge er with valves, hydrants, house ser- vices and appurtenances in Orcutt Road from Bullock Lane easterly 1200 feet, more or less, and in Bullock Lane from Orcutt Road southeasterly 750 feet, more or less. The construction and installation of a sanitary sewer main, together with manholes with standard frames and covers house laterals and appurtenances in Orcutt Road from Laurel Lane easterly 530 feet, more or less; in Laurel Lane from Orcutt Road northeasterly 360 feet, more or less; in an easement to be acquir- ed contiguous to and southerly of the southerly line of Orcutt Road from Laurel Lane easterly 280 feet, more or less, and from Laurel Lane southerly to Bullock Lane; in Bullock Lane from a poin 260 feet, more or less, southeasterly of Orcutt Road southeasterly 515 feet, more or less, thence easterly in an easement to be acquired parallel to and 660 feet, more or less, southerly of Orcutt Road from Bullock Lane easterly 430 feet, more or less. The construction and installation of a sanitary sewer lift station in the easement last above described 30 feet easterly of Bullock Lane. (c) PROJECT UNIT III. The improvement of Almond Street from Mission Street T-o-Ue-nter Street; Venable Street 10 feet on either side of the center line thereof from Almond Street to Public Way, and in Public Way for its entire length, by gradin paving and the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs and gutters. The construction and installation of a corrugated metal pipe storm drain and appurtenances in Public Way from a point 150 feet, more or less, northerly of Venable Street to Venable Street and in Venable Street from Public Way to Old Garden Creek. The construction and installation of a sanitary sewer main, together with wye branches, house laterals, manholes with standard frames and covers in Public Way from a point 80 feet more or less, southerly of Mission Street to Venable Street and in Venable Street from Public Way to Almond Street. (d) PROJECT UNIT IV. The improvement of Felton Way and Cerro Romauldo Avenue a ween Ferrini Street and Cuesta Drive by grading, paving, the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs and gutters, drainage facilities and appur- tenances. The construction and installation of cast iron water mains, valves, hydrants and appurtenances in Cerro Romauldo Avenue from a point 175 feet, more or less, westerly of Ferrini Street to Cuesta Drive. The construction and installation of a corrugated metal pipe storm drain and appurtenances in an existing easement parallel to and 115 feet, more or less, easterly of Cuesta Drive from Cerro Romauldo Avenue southerly 220 feet, more:' less. 2 (e) PROJECT UNIT V. The improvement of Sierra Way from Ella Street southeasMeTry 260 feet, more or less, by grading, paving and the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs and gutters. The acquisition of easements necessary to achieve a uniform width of 50 feet for Sierra Way from a point 260 feet more or less, southeasterly of Ella Street southeasterly 215 feet, more or less, thence southwesterly 140 feet, more or less, thence southeasterly 75 feet, more or less, and the improvement thereof by grading,-paving and the construction and installation of Portland cement concrete curbs and gutters. The construction and installation of a cast iron water main, together with valves, hydrants and appurtenances .from the existing water line in Sierra Way southerly, southwester and southeasterly 280 feet,.more or less, to the existing im- proved right of way for Sierra Way. The construction and installation of a corrugated metal pipe storm drain and appurtenances in an easement to be acquired herein from the existing storm drainage easement 50 feet easterly of Sierra Way westerly 50 feet, more or less, to Sierra Way, thence in Sierra.Way southwesterly 125 feet, more or less and thence in an easement to be acquired herein northwesterly 65 feet to an existing drainage ditch. (f) GENERAL, The acquisition of all lands and ease- ments and the.per_orming of all work auxiliary to any of the above which may be necessary to complete the same. 2. All of the blocks, streets and alleys herein mentioned are shown on maps of record in the office of the County Recorder of San Luis Obispo County, State of California, and shall be shown upon the plans herein,referred to and to be filed with the Clerk of said City. 3. Whenever any public way is herein referred to as running between two public ways, or from or to any public way, the in- tersections of the public ways referred to are included to the 3. C extent that work shall be shown on the plans to be done thereon. 4. All of said work and improvements are to be construct at the places and in the particular locations, of the forms, sizes dimensions and materials, and at the lines, grades and elevations, as shown and delineated upon the plans, profiles and specification to be made therefor, as hereinafter provided. 5. There is to be excepted from the work above described any of such work already done to line and grade and marked except- ed or shown not to be done on said plans, profiles and specifica- tions. 6. Said Council does hereby adopt and establish as the official grades for said work the grades and elevations to be shown upon said•plans, profiles and specifications. All such grades and elevations are to be 3n feet-and decimals thereof with reference to the datum plane of the City of San Luis Obispo. 7. Notice is hereby given of the fact that in many cases said work and improvement will bring the finished work to a grade different from that formerly existing, a.nd'that to said extent sa grades are hereby changed and that said work will be done to said changed grades. 8. Said contemplated acquisitions and improvements, in the opinion of the City Council of said City, are of more than local or ordinary public benefit, and said Council does hereby make the costs and expenses thereof chargeable upon an assessment district, which district said Council declares to be the district benefited by said acquisitions and improvements and to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof, the exterior boundaries of which district are the coterminous exterior boundaries of the consolidated and composite area described on the map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk to which reference is hereby made for further particulars. g. Said City Council further declares that all public streets, highways, lanes and alleys within said assessment distric 4 c • in the-use in the performance of a public function as such, shall be omitted from the assessment - hereafter to-be.made to cover the costs and expense's of said acquisitions and improvements. 10f Notice is hereby given that serial bonds to re- nt unpaid assessments,'and'be"ar interest at the rate of not to exceed six percent (6%) per annum, will be issued hereunder in the provided in the Improvement,Bond Act of 1915 (Division 10 the Streets and Highways Code), the last installment of which shall mature fourteen (14) years from the second day of July succeeding ten months from their date. 11. Except as herein otherwise provided for the ssuance of bonds, all of said work shall be done as provided in he Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 (Division 12 of the Streets nd Highways Code) and Section 17 of Article XIII of the Constitu- ion of the State of California. 12. The.estimated cost of said project is $161,71404. City will contribute the cost of the drainage facilities to be onstructed in Project Unit V. and will also contribute 10% of the treet improvement costs in all cases where previously dedicated ity streets are to be improved. The estimated amount of said ontribution is $16,189.85. 13. The said acquisitions and improvements are her eferred to the City Engineer of said City, and the officer having barge and control of the construction of public improvements in nd for said City of the kind described herein, being a competent on employed by said City for that purpose, and said City En- ineer is hereby directed to make and file tith the Clerk of said ity a report in writing, presenting the following: (a) Maps and descriptions of the lands and easements be acquired; (b) Plans and specifications of the proposed improve is to be made pursuant to this Resolution; (c) Engineers estimate of the estimated and total stimated costs and expenses of said acquisitions and improvements nd of the incidental expenses in connection therewith; 5. s (d) Diagram showing the assessment district above referred to, and also the boundaries and dimensions of the respec- tive subdivisions of land within said district-as the same existed at the time of the passage of this.Resolution, each of which sub- divisions shall be given a separate.number upon said diagram; (e) A proposed assessment of the total amount of the costs and expenses of the proposed acquisitions and improvements upon the several subdivisions of land in said district in propor- tion to the estimated benefits to be received by such subdivisions, respectively, from said acquisitions and improvements, and of the expenses incidental thereto. 14. If any'excess shall be realized from the assessment it shall be spent for the maintenance of said acquisitions and improvements, unless the Council shall hereafter determine that said amount or any part thereof shall be.applied as a credit to each assessment herein. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the ',Cith; day of 1958, by the following vote of the members thereof: AYES, and in favor thereof, Councilmen: . Nels Beck, Kenneth W, Jones, Richard G. Sleight, . J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES, Councilmen: None ABSENT, Councilmen: None APPROVED: T. • C er e un Ey or San Luis Obispo RESOLUTION N0. 360 (1958 Series)` A,RESOLUTICN IN APPRECIATION' OF SERVICES RENDERED BY "JIH- DGUirT•AS ". . BE IT RESOLVED by the Council.of the City of San Luis.Obispo as follows: That James C. Douglas, better known to the youth of.our community as "Jim" be cormended for his genuine interest in our young people and for his valued services performed on their behalf. His work with the junior rifle clubs, youth day observances and other worthwhile activities are greatly appreciated and hereby recognized. PASSED AND ADOPTED. by the following-roll call vote:. AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W: - Jones, Richard•G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Frect H: Lucksinger WOES: None ABSENT: None Mayor RESOLUTION No. M (1958 Series) , RESOLUTION No. 359 (1958 Series) RESOLUTION APPROVING PETITION FOR THE FORMATION OF A PARKING DISTRICT, FINDING AND DETERMINING THAT THE PUBLIC INTEREST, CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY REQUIRE THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PARKING METERS ON PUBLIC STREETS IN SAID DISTRICT, AND DIRECTING THE CITY ENGINEER TO MAKE AND FILE A REPORT. WHEREAS, on April 16, , 1958, there was filed with the City Clerk a petition for the formation of a parking district under the Parking District Law of 1951, being Part 4, Division 18 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California; and WHEREAS, the City Clerk has examined said petition and has certified to this City Council that said petition is signed by the owners of real property in the proposed'diatrict, as shown by the last equalized assessment roll owning real property of an assessed value of more than fifty -one per cent (51 %) of the total assessed value of all taxable real property in said district, as shown by the assessment roll, and owning taxable land in said district constituting more than fifty -one per cent (51%) of the total area of all taxable land in said district; and WHEREAS, the total assessed value of all taxable real property in said proposed district is $2,782,820 and the assessed value of the taxable real property in said proposed district owned by the signers of said petition is $1.,543.,650; and WHEREAS, the total area of all taxable.land in said proposed district is 1,701,758 square feet and the area of taxable land in said proposed district owned by the signers of said petition is 880,030 square feet; 1. 35"9 i NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, as follows: Section 1. That said petition contains all the matters and things required by said Parking District Law of 1951, is signed by the requisite number of qualified signers and is in all respects a good and sufficient petition, and the certificate of the City Clerk that said petition is signed by the requisite number of qualified signers is in proper form and is sufficient, and this Council hereby approves said petition and certificate. Section 2. That this City Council hereby finds and determines that the public interest, convenience and necessity require that the City maintain, or continue to-main- tain, or install and maintain parking meters on public ways within the proposed district as proposed and set forth in paragraph 7 of said petition, the net revenues from which meters are to be allocated and pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds issued to finance the acquisitions and improvements herein described and to payment of operation and maintenance costs of said parking places and to the establishment and maintenance of any reserve funds, sinking funds or other funds designed for securing or paying said bonds and the interest thereon, and it is hereby agreed that said City will maintain, or continue to maintain, or install and maintain said meters as set forth in paragraph 7 of said petition and to so allocate and pledge the net revenues therefrom, all for a period of thirty -six (36) years from the date of said bonds, or such portion of said thirty -six (36) years as is necessary to produce from said parking meters net revenues which, together with other revenues and moneys avail- able for such purpose, will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same fall due. 2. J� NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, as follows: Section 1. That said petition contains all the matters and things required by said Parking District Law of 1951, is signed by the requisite number of qualified signers and is in all respects a good and sufficient petition, and the certificate of the City Clerk that said petition is signed by the requisite number of qualified signers is in proper form and is sufficient, and this Council hereby approves said petition and certificate. Section 2. That this City Council hereby finds and determines that the public interest, convenience and necessity require that the City maintain, or continue to-main- tain, or install and maintain parking meters on public ways within the proposed district as proposed and set forth in paragraph 7 of said petition, the net revenues from which meters are to be allocated and pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds issued to finance the acquisitions and improvements herein described and to payment of operation and maintenance costs of said parking places and to the establishment and maintenance of any reserve funds, sinking funds or other funds designed for securing or paying said bonds and the interest thereon, and it is hereby agreed that said City will maintain, or continue to maintain, or install and maintain said meters as set forth in paragraph 7 of said petition and to so allocate and pledge the net revenues therefrom, all for a period of thirty -six (36) years from the date of said bonds, or such portion of said thirty -six (36) years as is necessary to produce from said parking meters net revenues which, together with other revenues and moneys avail- able for such purpose, will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same fall due. 2. U I I Sect_ That the City Engineer is hereby directed to make and file with the City Council a report containing the matters specified in Section 35257 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 5th day of May , 1958, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith,. Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: mayor or e p Californiaa u s s o 3. / �l 3. RESOLUTION N0,' 3535 ®(Xv Series) A RESOLUTION REQUESTING REPEAL OP THE FEDERAL TELEPHONE EXCISE TAX. WFIERBAS, the purpose of the excise tax on telephone service eras, during war- tim, intended to discourage use of vital communication facilities; and WHEREAS, such reason and purpose has long since ceased to exist; and WHEREAS, the telephone in our modern ecowrr® is a vital necessity and under no circumstances may be termed a luxuryj and AREAS, such excise tax on telephones is highly discriminatory in that other such vital utility services are not so taxed, N04:' THE WORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo requests the Congress.of the United States to repeal tho burdensome and highly discriminatory telephone excise tax, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 21st day of April' 195$, by the following roll call votes AYES: Nola Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, Fred K. I3uicksinger, NOESs Dr, J. Barry Smith ABSENT: None ATTEST: 3s 'CHARLES M.TEAGUE 13TH orb =, Ce1 II IA Congrea of the Mniteb Otateg �ott�e of �e�regetttatibe� May 6, 1958 Mr. J. H. Fitzpatrick City Clerk City of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, California Dear Mr. Fitzpatrick; Thank you for sending me a copy of the resolution recently adopted by the Council of the City.of San Luis Obispo concerning the excise tax on telephone service. Along with many other Members of Congress, I am doing my best to get several of the excise taxes, including the one on telephone service, abolished, or at least substantially reduced. I feel that chances are better than even that we will be successful. Sincerely yours, CHARLES M. TEAGUE, M. C. %NJ lg5f� GI is° c"v avo .,. s.►-°• „: L Memorandum on Federal Excise Tax on Telephone Service San Luis Obispo, April 1 1958 Attached le :the R®solution.passed by the City Council of Los Angeles-in repeal of the Telephone Fed- eral Excise Tag. Repeal of this tax is being considered in the U. S: Congress and it mill be helpful iP active support Is gained by the tax paying telephone users through city council action, chamber of commerce action, or action-by small and large business users. Any such notion taken should be addressed to Congressman Cecil King, House of Representatives, Washington 25, D. C,. A copy should also be sent to the Congressman.representing this District. CITY OF LOS ANGELES R E S O L U T I O N WHEREAS, the excise tax on telephone service was a wartime measure, intended to discourage the ease of vital com- munication facilities; and WHEREAS, the need for this.has long since ceased; and WHEREAS, the telephone is a necessity in our modern economy, and under no circumstances may be teraied�a luxury: and WHEREAA.,.. the tas is discriminatory in that other vital utility services are.not so taxed. 'Rows WHERE, BE IT RESOLVED that this Council re- quest the Congress of the United States to repeal the burdensome and highly discriminatory telephone excise tax. Presented by Patriok D. KaGee . Councilman, Third District Seconded by RESOLUTIM NO 357 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION ACCEPTIM RICHIAND TERRACE NO, 2, TRACT 107.0 BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follms: That that certain subdivision knmm as Richland Terrace No. 2, Tract 1079 shall be and is hereby accepted and that the of£ -site improvements including public streets, sidewalks, and drainage and utility easements are accepted by the City of San Luis Obispo, PASSED AND ADOPTED this'® y of April , 1958, by the following voles ALES: Nels Becky Kenneth W. Jonas, Richard G. Sleight, Dr, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger, NOES: None AGSM: Nom ATTEST: 3S;7 RESOLUTION No, 356(1958 Series) A RESOLUTION TRANSFERRING FUNDS BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That Account No. 211,17 be added entitled Flagg Inspection Fees #2 in the mount of ;1,200,00 and that Account ..No. 211,7 City Engineer Contract Engineering be decreased by 81220DoOOO PASSED AND ADOPTED thiB 21 st day of April 19582 by the fcllowing roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSEFTs None ATTEST: -4 J5SCs RESOLUTION' NO.. 355 . (1 eries ) RESOLUTION.OF.THE CITY.COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ADOPTING BUDGET AND APPROVING MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT FOR EXPENDITURE OF GAS TAX ALLOCATION FOR MAJOR CITY STREETS. WHEREAS, a memorandum of agreement has been presented to be entered into with the State of California in accordance with a project statement submitted by the City of San. Luis Obispo for expenditure of the gas tax allocation to cities for the fiscal year 3.959 , and WHEREAS, the city council has heard read said agreement in full and is familiar with the contents thereof; THEREFORE, be it resolved by the.city council of the City of San Luis Obispo that said project statement be and it is hereby adopted as-the budget of proposed expenditures.of the gas tax allocation to cities, and said agreement be and the same is hereby approved and the mayor and the city clerk are directed to sign the same on behalf of said City, said agreement to be binding upon the City-upon-its execution by the authorized officials of the State. ADOPTED this .7th. day of April AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J NOES': None ABSENT.: None Attest: , 1958, Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucks -finger rrea H. Lucicsinger J. $; Fitzpatrick I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was duly and regularly passed by the city council of. the City of San Luis Obispo at 'a regular meeting thereof held April 7th , 19 58 . c;ierx Us tine vim vi San J. H. Fitzpatrick 3S-5- RESOLIITION N0, 354 (1958 Series) A RESOLOTICH TRANSFERRING FUNDS BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1, That Account Noo 208,3 Police Materials and Supplies be increased by $20000o00, 20 That Account No, 208.4 Police Motor Vehicle be increased by 5600000, 30 That Account No, 21303 Sever Materials and Supplies be increased by $500,000 4. That Account No. 21503 Paint Materials and Supplies be increased by 4500000, 50 That Account No, 200022 Personnel Testing Service be decreased by 6500oOO. 60 That Account No, 200,23 Weed Abatement be decreased by $5760771, 7o That the Uribadgeted Reserve be decreased by ;223,26. 8, That Account No, 208,6 Police Capital Outlay be reduced by $250,00, 9, That Account No, 208,2 Police Contractual Services be reduced by $150,00. loo That Account No, 217,2 Electrical Contractual Services be decreased by 110 That Account No. 798 Water • Outside Services Employed be increased by $500,00, 120 That Account Noo 761E Water a Other Transmission and Distribution Expense be decreased by X500,00, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 21st day of April 0 19580 by the following roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Rich?rd G. S1Fight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTESTS r 316-4- 316-4- REsoumew No. 3 53 (1958 Series? l A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHINO NO PARKING ZONES ON THE EAST SIDE OF CHORRO AND THE EAST SIDE OF JOHNSON AVENUE. BE IT OLVED b,• the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1, There is hereby established a 20 foot no parking zone on the east side of Chorro extending southerly from the corner of i132 Street, 2, There is hereby established a 60 foot no parking zone on the east side of Johnson Avenue extending southerly from the corner of Marsh Street, 3o That said = parking Zones shall be designated by appropriate markingsa PASSED AND ADOPTED We 7th day of Agri 1 1958, by the following ro11 calf. votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger vOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: 35..3 RESOLM(M woo 3 L2.- (199 Series) A RESOLUTION CREATING A REVOLVING FUND FOR THE IAUREL- FLORA ASSESSMT DL5TR=o BE IT RESOLVED by the council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: to The City of San Luis Obispo Laurel -Flora street account is hereby crentsd vri.thin Um General Fund and shall be referred-to in the accounting books of the CitV by the short .title of °Iewel- Flora District Revolving Account" No, 229. 2, The moneys in said revolving account shall be expended for the costs of acquisitioxa., construction and improvements and costs incidental thereto from time to time as'said funds are useded therefor. 3. AlI funds expended.from said revolving account shall be reimbursed in "I from the proceeds of -said special assessments rind assessment bonds. 4. A certified copy of this. resolution shall be filed with the City Treasurer, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 7th day of April s 19580 by the following roil call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABWT: None JS2, f JS2, RESOLUTION NO P 5 (1958 series) A RESOLUTIM.' INCREASING THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE 1T RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: 1, That Account Noo 222 Augusta District Revolving Account be increased by $250,000 20 Tnat Account Foe 224 Sierra District Revolving Account be increased by 04000000 3o Th.t Account Noo 225 Marlene District Revolving. Account be increased by 4. That Account No. 226 Almand District Revolving Account be increased by 6200oOOo 50 That Account No. 228 Bul3zdk District Revolving Account be increased by 870omoo, 6. That a new account Noo 229 leurel -Flora District Revolving Acwtint be set up in the amt of v$4js6OOo00o 7. That the Unbudgeted Reserve be deemased by $6a75Ooo0. PASSED AND ADOPTED this thd&v of April , 1958a by the follow -..8 vote.: AyESc Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry 'Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOESs None ABSENT: None i / IMF 7.r . 3-57 J RESOLUTION NO. - 3 50 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZRIG EXECUTION OF "AGREE, , FOR SUPPLY OF WATER FROM WHALE ROCK RESERVOIR TO CAYUCOS AREA WATER ORGANIZATIONS," BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute on behalf of the City of San Luis Obispo that certain agreement dated March 20, 1958, entitled "Agreement for Supply of Water From Whale Rock Reservoir to Cayucos Area Water Organizations" by and between the City of San Luis Obispo, California Men's Colony of the Depart - mont of Corrections of the State of California; and the California State Polytechnic College as "Protect Owners "; and the Paso Robles Beach Water Association, Marro Rock Mutual Water Company, County Water Works District to, ?, County Water Works District blo, 8, and the Cayucos -Horro Bay Cemetery District as. "Cayucos Area Water Organiza- tions." PASSED A0 ADOPTED this 7th, day of April, 19580 by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. 'Jones, .Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger .. FIOFS: Non e ABSEATs None trayor ATTEST.: Cit.yjMrX 3s0 RESOLUTION NO. (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION 11MBEASINd THE 1957-58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as Po1104S-' That Account No, 216,6 Par2dng deter Capital Outlay be increased by 82,00040 and that the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased by 02D000oOOo PASSED AND ADOPTED this 7_ thday oY ARU , 1958, by the following votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSEA?t: None ATTEST: 3 �J RESOLUTICN WO* 348-(1958 series) A r`asoLaTION INCREASING THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Buis Obispo as fO1.eVS1: to That Accost Noo 200,10 General Goverrmat -.Planning Commission be increased by „636.21. 2. That Account No, 210.3 Fire Materials end Supplies be increased by 8300.00. 3. That Account Noo 211.1 City Engineer Motor Vehicle be increased by $200.00. 4a That the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased by $1,1360211. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 7th day of a � , 1958, by the following roll can votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENTt None MEMO,-- ^Y 1 ATTESTS 0 PESOLUTION N0. 347 ,(1958 Series) A RESOLUTION TWSFER.WG FIiN1,S BE IT RESOLVED by the 001mcil of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That $4¢000600 be transferred from the Off-street Parking Reserve to tin Gemral Fund in partial payment of the $120000600 outstanding loan. Such transfer shall be made effective Parch 310 19580 and after said transfer., the aaaount of e-e outstanding loan will .then be $8,000.00. PASSED AND ADOPM this 7th day of April, 1958, by the following roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT; None i z: ATTEST: 3<;t �? RESOLUTION 140, 34 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTICN TRANSYMING FUNDS . BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That as of April 30, 19$80 $20x000 be transferred from the Public Improve- sent and Betta mwt Rind to the General Reserve its repaymBnt of loan .rude per Resolution too, 320, 1958 Series, dated January 6, 19589 PASSED AND ADOPTED this thday of April fl 19589 by the folUving roll call votes ,AyE,S= Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger Nozs: None ABSHLITs None ATTEST: 0 3,5Z6 0 FMOLTJTI @I NO,1(1958 series) A RESOLUTION IMCREASING THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVM by the Council of the City of San Luie Obispo as follows: That Account No. 2111,7 Street o Sidewalk Repair Program be increased by $2,500,00 and that the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased tsy $45OOoOO, PASSED AM ADOPTED tbis 1 tIday of March � 19580 by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES° None ABSENTt None ATTESTt _V 345- r F2FSOLUTIWo. No. 344 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTIOR INCMISIMC THE 1957 °58 IMET M IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Ob:s -)o as follows That Account No. 250o6 PubUc IWrovement and Betterment - Johnson Underpass be increased by $6y200oOO, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 17th day of March � 1958, by the following roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger wMs None ABSMIT: None yor ATTESTt C ty 3Q� ( Jj RESOLUTION No. 343(1958 Series) A RESOLUTIOR INCM%SING THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT PZSOLV® by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as followa: 1. That Account Noe 222 Augusta District Revolving Account be increased by $l�000.009 '2. That Account No. M Sierra District Revolving Account be increased by a200.00., 3. That Account No. 225 Marlene District Revolving Account be increased by $100.00. 4. That Account Igo. 226 Almond District Revolving Account be increased by $300.00. 5. That Account 14o. 228 Bullock District Revolving Account be increased by S1D000.00. 6. That the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased by $23600.00. PASSED ATID ADOPTED this 1_ 7th day of March . 19580 by the following roll call votes AYES: Neff§ Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger fJOFS: None ABSENTS None ATTEST: k N i r- F.ESOLUTIOR 1I0. J4.2(1958 Series) A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF MAN=NA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY AS A QUALIFIED BIDDER ON GOVERNF+IENTAL WORK FOR THE ATTENTION OF THE JOIKT LEGISLATIVE AUDIT C01VITTEE, CASPAR WEINBERGERs, CHAIRFAN. WHEREAS, the City of San Luia Obispo has awarded w-ny contract jobs to Mad Construction Company during the past several years totalling hundreds of thousands of dollars; and n jgTMRWs the Madonna Construction Company has consistently done an outstand- ing job on these contracts and bass in facts exceeded requirements of our specific&- tionsi and �MEREAS, in the cityts relationship with Mr. Madonna, we have never had occasion to question his honesty. integrity or job performance; and WHEREAS, as a result of recent hearings at the state levels attempts are being meals to disqualify Madonna from doing governmental work; that: Now TRffwORE sE IT rwouID by the Council of the City of San Innis Obispo (1) The-City of 'San Luis Obispo intends to consider Madonna Construction Company as a qualified bidder on future contracts and to encourage hire to bid an city jobs, (2) Inasmuch as the Division of Hig2mays has also publicly announced the tremendous savings on state jobs awarded to Madonna and its satisfaction with his job performance, it is urged that the present attempts of your committee to discredit and disqualify him be discontinued, (3) It.would certainly seem in the state and taxpayers' beat interest to have Madonna Construction caVany as an active competitive bidder on state work because past experience has indicated that without Madonnals figures, the state would have been paying millions of dollars more on the same construction contracts& PASSED AND ADOPTED this 13th y of March . 19580 by the following roll can votes ALES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES:- None ABSENT: Richard G. Sleight ATTEST: 3�2 �_- i , • ^_ESOLUTICY, -0, 341 (1956- Seriea) w A RESOLUTION ESTABLI3tiIlwu CERTAIY FOLIC?i:�­ OF TFS' CITY IN CO1CibECTIO,i wrrH PLAYS i1NES, BE IT PL&SOLUIII'i by the Council of the Cit.1%of. Sasi,.Luis OSispo as folldwac That the following shall constitute.the pplicy of the City in regard to streets on which plan lines have been or will be sets ; 1, Tire purpose of plan lines or building setback liras as they are sometime referred to„ is to prevent 'construction of improvements within designated future rights of way., thus eliminating the necessity of condoimning building as well as acquiring Land before the atreet can be widensdo 20 On major city streets where abutting properties are zoned residentially rand. either built on or about to be built on far such purpose, the City will seek agreement with individual property owners on the following basis: If the owner Brill dedicate the necessary right of way for the street widening and agree to install his sidewalk, the City will pay for.installation.of curb and gutter and pave out to such curb and gutter, The work would proceed as soon as the property 4 owner and City could-reach agreement and provided that City has sufficient sonayg to keep the program going, In any event, the dedication of the'right of way would So conditional upon.the City completing tha curb and gutter and widening the roadway, Such agreement with the property owner could normally be confined to the normal residential frontage involved, 3. Section 2 above .answers the.qu,ation of how soon the City would plan to go ahead with its major street widenings. If agreement cannot be rea.chad with the property owner.. the City would '!nve to wait tail it could afford to do the remaindor of the unwidened portions of its me or streets,, either by assessment district or through tine use of general City funds, In the ease of lot splits or larger subdivisions rnd varisnces8 the City could - require tl dedication of right of way and installation of curb, Butt rp sidewalk and other improvemnts has a condition to the requested permit, 6ermita for the co nstin.Acti.on of curbs gutters or sidewalk.- zhall be issued only if they ccnfoyn to app'scable plan 15ne8, 3 <-/ .2. 4. In the caste of an owner of a lot of record fronting on a plan line street tfho Tsisfies to build within the future right of gray, Vhe procedure shall be rs fo•?owsi If such ounar applies for such permit and t1e nonRal setback Would allow such miner to erect a structure within the reserved right of way, the city building departrient shall deny such pm-mit and the muter shall appeal to the Flaming CormiBs? on and the City Council in accordance with the pu ocedt°e set forth in Section 9300.5 of the San Luis Obispo MnLocip l Code. In the event the appeal is denied by the Planning Comi.ssion and the City Council, then the City must sue said pe.rrAt or initiate proceec1ings to acquire the property vithir, the pla°a lines within ,ix montft after the submission of the appeal to th® City Council, PASSED. AIM ADOPTED this Jr da9 of ,.Mar_ch 8 1958, by the follw. -dng roll call vote AYES: Kenneth W;.Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J.. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None .ABSENT: Nels Beck ATTEST i 0���I� /�.+c,�` -tom _...... - _ f ! l RESOLUTION NO. 311,0 (19558 Series) A RESOLUTIOR PfDVIDING FOR THE OFGANIZATION FUNCTIONS, CONDUCT AND OPERATION OF THE OQVICES AND DEPARTMENTS OF THE CITI. ITHEREAS, Section 1000 of Article X of the City Charter of tha City of San Luis Obispo requires that the City Council provide, after considering the recom- mendations of the City Administrative Officer, for the organization, functions, conduct and operation of-the several officea and departments of the City; and *13EREAS, Resolution Noa 4, 1055 Series, was- passed and adopted on the 18th day of July, 1955; and TATEREAS, it is the desire of the City Council to establish a Department of Planning; Obispo: NOW, TRE"REFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of San Luis SECTION 1. That the.Adadnistrative Service of the City shall be divided under the City Administrative Officer into the following departments and heads thereof and shall be responsible for the designated functions A. De artment of Administration . . . . . . . . City Administrative Officer Purchasing (2) Persomel (3) Budget (4) Building Maintenance (City Hall) . B. Department of Finance_ . . . Director of Finance - (1) Accounting City Clerk-Assessor (21 Collection (3) !'assessing (4) Insurance (5) Clerical and Central record -keeping C. Department of Public Works . . . . . . . Director of Public Works (1) Engineering office (Including surveying and inspection) (2) Building Inspection (3) Street Cleaning and Maintenance (4) Saver Plant (5) Saver Maintenance (b) Painting (7) Electrical (8) Shop (9) Parking Meter Maintenance (10) Weed Abatement (11) Maintenance of Street trees, sidewalks and creeks (within limits established by Council - policy) D. Department of Utilities . . . . . water Superintendent (1) Water Department 3,57-OA M .,2. E. Department of Police . . . . . . . . . . . . Police 'Chief Pa ce (2) Animal Shelter F. DeR!rtment of Dire .. . . . . . . . . . . . Fire Chief 0. Department of Parks and Recreation . . . . o SupU of Parks and Parka Recreation (2) Recreation Ho Depertamant of Library . . . . City Librarian I. Department of Planning . Planning Director Jo Partdtim offices Off ce of City Attorney (2) Office of Civil Defense (3) Office of City Treasurer (4) Independant Audit (by contract) SECTION 20 That where a function is not specifically mentioned harein but has otherwise been assigned to a department head in the past by ordinance, resolution, council motion or administrative action and which assigmrlent does not conflict with this resolution or the curter, said assignment shall continue in force until changed by council resolution, ordinance or administrative action. PASSM AND ADDY= this 1 th day of February 1958, by to following roll call vote i AyESs Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger -OBS: None ABS &.Ta None A'!`TEST: / ='Me! i M a r PSCOLUTION NO.-3-3-2—(1958 Series) A RESCLUT10V IN,! •RSI -NG THE 198-58 BUInGET SE IT PES01,� by the Coancil of the City o£ 5�.*: Isms Obispo as folloras; 1, That Accourt Vo. 200,17 General Government - Refunds be increased by 9500,00 ar-d they Jr�:radgetod Reserve be decreased by $500.000 2, That Account. No. Lr6 Johnson Sanitary District- Bond Redemption and Interest to increased by 61 ,0500.00. 3. That Account Ro, 252.4 Park Rotor Vehicle be increased by S250oO0 and that Account No. 252,10 Paint Frogr= be decreased by $250oO09 PASSED AIM ADOPTED •This 17th day of February , i958, by the follz-4ing roll cal.,?. vote e AYES, Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger KCSS¢ None ABSEi6i a None ATTEST i y• i� "MW 3 3.9 RESOLUTION N0. (8 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION ESTABLISEDIG STOP ARD YIELD S1 0S AT TO INTERSECTION OF CALIFORNIA AWD MRSH STREETS. BE IT RESOLVED by t1.1$ Council of the City of San Luis O'bispo as follows: 1. Th&t the- stop sign on California stopping east bound traffic at to intersection of harsh is hereby eliminated and shall be replaced by a yield sign. 2. North bound traffic on Flarsh Street at the intersection of California ,shall be channelized by installing a traffic island which will divide the traffic going straight ahead or madng left -band turna from the traffic mfg right-hand turns. A stop si #-n shall be installed on the traffic island stopping north bound traffic on Parsh that is travelling straight ahead or making left -hand turns. North bound traffic on Marsh turning to the right shall not be stopped, PASSED AND Am?= this 3rd clay of February 19589 by the following roll call vote: AYEsSo Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NNOE1Ss None ABShNTs None ATTEST s Y 33(3 UPSOLUTIM TO. 337 (1958 Series) A :: `"LUTION I.STABLISHII'C A TWELVE i IMITE :ARKING ZOA'.L 01: T:n: ;SCUT}; SIDE OF PAIM StMEET AT THE COUNTY CCUFTHOUSE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follow: That the angle parking on the south side of Palm Street from the intersection. of Osos Street east to the driveway ramp is hereby eliminated and a twelve minute parallel parking zone is hereby established, PASSED A`'i� ADOPTED this day of February , 145e, by the following roll call votes: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger FOES: None ABSE" T: None A7'TESTo F3 7 i UPSOLUTIM TO. 337 (1958 Series) A :: `"LUTION I.STABLISHII'C A TWELVE i IMITE :ARKING ZOA'.L 01: T:n: ;SCUT}; SIDE OF PAIM StMEET AT THE COUNTY CCUFTHOUSE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follow: That the angle parking on the south side of Palm Street from the intersection. of Osos Street east to the driveway ramp is hereby eliminated and a twelve minute parallel parking zone is hereby established, PASSED A`'i� ADOPTED this day of February , 145e, by the following roll call votes: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger FOES: None ABSE" T: None A7'TESTo F3 7 Rr,SOY.UTIOY WO. 336 "1958- Series) A - RESOUlTION RFVFRSIYG STOP SIMS AT THE DITGP.SECTI01' OF PEPPER AND PAM STREETS, PFfj?F,R All) HIOUERA STRSETS,; HIGUF;RR 1M JOWSON ST ZIETS., P�,Lff LND JOHVSM STRi.;ETS, A?. ',D PALM VT TORO STYMETS. 52 1T::*JeSO1VEiD by the Council of the City of San Luis Obi:,po as fo3lo -as: 1.. The. stop signs on Pepper Street .at its intersection with Palmi Street are hsrahy eliminated and a stop sign shall be installed on Palm at its inter- section with.Pepper Street. 2. The stop signs on Pepper Street at its intersection with Higuera are hereby eliminated and a stop sign shall be installed on Higuera at its intersection with Pepper Street. 3. The stop signs on Johnson Avenue at its intersection with iiiguera Street are hereby eliminated and stop signs shall be installed on Higuera stopping traffic travelling in each direction at its intersection with Johnson. !I. The stop signs on Johnson at its intersection with Palm am hereby eliminated and stop signs shall be installed on Palm Street stopping traffic travelling in each direction at its intersection with Johnson Street. 5. The stop sips on Palm Street at its intersection with Toro Street are bereby eliminated and stop signs ahall be placed on Toro stopping t,MMO in each direction at its intersection with Palm Street. PASSED M ADOPTED this 3rd day of February 19589 by the follow$ roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W.,Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger P;OES: None ABSUTT: None ATTEST: si r 336 j RESOLUTION No. 335 (1958 series) A RESOIMIM ACCEPTING A DRkDAGE EAMMIT ON LOT 22 BIOCK A OF ALTA VISTA SUBDIifISICNO BE ITL RESOLVED by the Cm=il of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That certain drainage easement along the northw3starly two feet and the easterly ton feet of Lot 22, Block A of the Alta Vista Tract 11oa 6?� in the City of San. Luis Obispo,, dated December 13, 1957, executed by the Department of Veterans' Affairs and Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Guttry,, is hereby accepted by the City of San Luis Obispo, PASSED AID ADOPTED this 3rd day of February 4 195Ev by the following roll call votes AM Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Slet.ght, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger VOESs None ABSUT, None ATTESTP 335- nsownoK No. (1958 Series) A PMCLUTIOW J?XRR45ING THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT R.90LTM by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as followat That Account F +o. 211,16 Piedmont Inspection Fees be added in the anount of 6::750,00 &nd that the Unbudgeted Reserwa be decreased by 050,00. ?ASSED AYD ATYUPTED this }rd I day of Februa= 1958,, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger VOES: None ABSENTe None ATTEST,, MV�_ G T 33�L • RESOLuTiow NO, ,(1958 series) A RF00LUTION ESTABLISiiAH'r PARKUG M-".M ZONES CV "ORRO, PACIP� lc AND GARDEN STREETS, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That both sides of Garden Street between Marsh and Pacific Street9 both sides of Pacific between Garden and Horror Streetp. and both sides of Morro between Marsh and Pacific Street are hereby established as two hour parking meter zones with the f011MVing exceptions: 1. The existing ILO minute tree parl5ng zone on Morro Street adjacent to the Post Office skull remain intacto 2. The last two parking spaces on the easterly side of Morro Street at the ccrner of Marsh Street are hereby established as a no parking zoneo 30 That the two existing 10 ninuta green zones on ?Morro in front of Us Telegr=.. Tribune building are hereby established as 12 minute parking mste'r saros, - 40 That a 12 minute parking.meter sone is hereby established on Garden Street fr_ front of the building located at 1212 Garden Street, 5. That the. existing loading zone on Qurdan Street adJacent to S, Ea Long piano Company is hereby extended one additional parting space to the intersection of Marsh Streete PASSED AND ADOPTED this 20 � ttheA,day of January p 1958s, by the following ron call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger WOES: None ABSENT: None c r! A>TEST: 333 RESOLUTTIM No. 3 _(1956 Sariss) A RPSOLNTION EL114INAATING STOP SIGNS CK iLA'Y`W"Ay AND ESTASL&9HIM, A NO PARSING ZOVE ON . JOA4dSONT AVIME. . BE IT REESffiNED bar the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follc;es 10 The resolution establishing stop GjVM atoppinE south bound traffic on Aatiaway at the Intersectjcm tdth California Street is hereby repealed and said aigne shall be removed, 2. There ie hereby established a no parking zone in front of 2663 and 1665 Jobnsvn Avenue for a distance of 25 feet& PASSED AND ADDPTED this 20th d8y of January, 1958, by the following ron call vote: eyEse Nels Beck., Kenneth W. Jones, Richard. G. Sleight, J., Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksing_er WOES: None ABSEN i :Non e ATTFS4 t .?3 2 r" RESOLUTION R'00JL 31 RES01li7TZ{i1 1�STAI?ZiSH3Ib`Cr A' 1C �IJNUTE ZONE PJ RO, u e?i SZ�dnY �IT P Rz HA?KET No PARi;�Y. ZONS ON PISFIC STREET o 0D A E r i Ti,R Zorip IN k p OFvi' OF VA.URY °S HAHWZ', BE IT RESOLVED by he Council Of ths, Citx ef S..'. DI's, Obw � eg frllowa4 I.- There a=® hereby ostabiished two 10 m4-T-111tO free green parking apsc613 on the west sine,of Cara l Street just south of Figaera 5t�eet, 2, There i$ hereby establisbad a no parking zone or. the south side of P3s.= Street which shzll be the firs- parking specs sras.t of Garden Streeto 3. There I* hereby established a 12 minute packing rmter sons cn ,the north side of Marsh Street just east of the. int.,ereciction with Brost Scree v. 20th . PASSED AND ADOPTED the. day of, Jarr.=rys 1955, by the follow nng ro2.l v2].1 vote AYES Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger NOESs Nonef, ABSEFTz None Fhmyor: 331 i REWLUTION NO. 0 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION 11:CREASIWG THE 1957 °58 BUDGEIT BE It RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as f011Ows: That Account No. 262 Equipment Replacement be Increased by ;SQa�o PASSM AIM ADOPTED thin 20th� ,day of January--- 5 1958y by the fo3.lowing roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J.Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES:- None ABSEffallone yor ATTESTS 3�0 r- USO.UJTICN No. 329 (3958 Series) A RESOLUTION IYacia,%SIM; TiiS 1957>58 BU's ET BE IT RESOLD by the Council of the City of San Luie Obispo as follows: That Account No. 798 Water - Outside Semicos Fhployed ba Increased by 0,OOOo00 and that Account iloo 343 Transmissicn and Distribution Moans be decreased by 53,000oOO. PASSE) AND ADOPTED this 20tdaay o£ Jan- r 1958, by the following roll call vote: AYES$ Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G.Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger FOES.. None ABSENTiNone .. or ,/ 1ron M. 1 � RESoLDTIO,N No. 3(1958 Series) A RESOLUTION ESTABLISFING COUNCIL POLICY OR MNDARD IMPROVEAMTS IN ASSES' MIT DISTRICTS. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follmm: That in the interest of providing uniform off -site improvements within the City of San Luis Obispo the following policy is established& In the case of improvements of streets not preciously dedicated and accepted the improvements shall consist of sidewalks and ornamental electroliers in addition to Hall street, curbs, gutters, sever and tsater extensions. Where dedicated and accepted streets are being improved the Council may Include such full improvements when a majority of the property owners desire such improvements, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 3rd_ day of February 19500 by the following roll call votes AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger AOESI None ABSENT's None ATTEST: City �" _'-.' i ✓ iii i -.r -.. - a 32E3 e RESOLMON N0, 3� 27 . (1958 Series) A Rr,SOLUTION aF APPRECIATION TO MRM CARPE' "TM FOR SEI?FICES REP'DERED AS P:iGSIDENT OF THE CBAMBEt OF COPIMFERCE, W.,WMS,, Merlyn Carpenter has served as President of the San Luis Obispo City Chamber of Co-m rce for the year 19578 and W-A FASg during his term of office he has provided the Chamber with fine leadership and has done so much to promote harmonious relations between the city government and the business com: ni.ty3 NOW; `r rzEFORE➢ HE 1T RE50LYID by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo that "Merl' Carpenter be commended for the excellent Job he has done In his capacity as President of the Chwaber.of Cormrarceo PASSED AND ADOPTED this 6 of ,TaA amr a 1958, by the following roll call votee MESS Nels Beck, Kenneth Fred H. Lucksinger VOES: None ABSENTS None ATTESTS W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, -527 UZOLUTION NO, 326 (1958 Serios) A RESOUTION IidC MSM THE 195158 BUM BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Iaais Obispo as follD a. T'imt Account No. 200.9 Insurance and Bond Premj?trs be increased by ;9,250,.00 and that the Urbzdgeted Reserve be decreased by 'Op250oOOo PASSED AND ADOPTED thiv...§14Lday of January o 1956; by the following roll call vote: AYES; Nels Beck, Kenneth W. .Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith., Fred A. Lucksinger NOES a mne ABSEWTa None ATTEST: 'W� r. 326 RESOLUTION NO. 325 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT. AND CONSENT TO RECORDATION OF DEEDS OR GRANTS TO THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO* WHEREAS,, Section 27281 of the Government Code of California as amended in 1957, permits the City Council, by general resolution, to au. thorize an agent.to accept and consent to the recordation of deeds and grants conveying any interest in or easement upon real property to the City of San Luis Obispo for public purposes, by such agent executing the certificates as provided therein, which certificate shall be attached to or printed on the deed'or grant; and WHEREAS, it appears desirable to appoint the Mayor as such agent and to authorize him to accept and consent to such recordings NOW9 THEREFORE, EF IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo, .State of California: 1, That Fred H. Lucksinger, Mayor of the City of San Luis Obispo be, and he hereby is appointed agent to accept and consent to the recordation of any deed or grant conveying any interest in or easement upon real property to the.City of San Luis Obispo. 2. That the City Clerk is hereby directed to record this resolution, PASS D AND ADOPTED this 6th day of January, 1958, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J, Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: 32 S NP. 32 S dop. .-- __% VOL 950 PAGE 42c v 1; J. Hti Fitzpatrick, the duly elected, qualified ana icting City Clerk of the %Oi Vy of San Luis Obispo, ,Ao hareby certi fy that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of :Rsolution Noy 125 1 95$ Series j raesed amd adopted by the Council of the City of San iAUJ8 Obispo on the 6 dAy of January-, 19 5$ �1IN S° my hand :-- I to? seal of the City of `;a . ' uxc 0hzspo this 2$ _ 1ri "f .e . �. Jul„ lc5$ Pr Document No y C t- OF VG .SQ 0 icial Record P SAN LUIS ceispo COUNTY. CAL JUL 2 0 4958 ¢fe4l County Recorder By,- -------_— - .•Deputy RESOLUTION NO, 324_(1950 Series) A RESOLUTION IWCREASING `CBE 1957-58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispa as Pollowat That 6450,OD be set up in Account No. 211011 Perriml Inspection Peso rid that the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreaaed by 0,450,00. PASS® AND ADOPTED tbis. 6thday oY January 19589 by the following roll call vateo AMt Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NoESa None ABSENT] None a,. 324 i RM- 00TION N013�3 (1957 Series A RESOI:LrION TRANSFER M FUNDS ARID INCREASING THE 1957458 BUDMO BE IT RWOLVO by the Council of fibo City of San Luis Obispo az folloms 1. That the Equip =nt Replacerent Fund, budget Account Koo 2620, ba increased by $IaI496lo 2® That Account woo 343, Water Tr&nwiseion and Distribution Plains, be &creased by (:•1,427,46 and that Account Ado, 378, Toole, Shop and Garage Equipmnt, be increased by Zla427,46o PASSED AND ADOPT® thia 116th„� o dey of .�beyr� n 1957, by the following roll call vote% AYES% Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger WzS% None ABSEY3TS None .rte. -`.. or AT1 T% 3,23 RESOLMON NO, 222(1957 Series) A RESOLOTIM APPROiiIR't3 FINAL MAP OF TRACT 3.172 FERRINI HEIGHTS NO, 26 BE IT HESOIVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follow to That ihs final map of Traci 117, Ferrrlai. Heights No. 2.,subdiv1s1osa is hereby approved, and the City Clerk is authorised to sign said map on behalf of the City of San Luis Obispoo 20 That the certain subdivision agreement on said subdiviaioe is hereby approved and the &Vor is authorised to executes said agreement on bebalf of said city. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 16thday of f Dec ember 19579 by the fonming ran. call vote, AXESe Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger NOESs None j ABSENTS None ATTESTS 3?2 - 3?2 r RES00TION NO*, 321 (1957 Series) A RMOLUTION TIMNSFERWO FUNDS BE 1T RFSOLS)ED by the Comcil of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That $5,000,00 be transferred from the.Off- Street Parking Reserve to ttba General Rind in partial repaymant of outstanding loan, This transfer shall be effective December 31,'1957 and leaves a remaining amount c-.ng of $12a000o00 from the Parkes Reserve to tbia General Fund. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 6th day of Jam 19 by the following roll call vote I . AXESI Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger KOESa None ABSENT, None ATTEM 32/ !...f %..i=�� _ - - _ 32/ RxS OLUTLIOR sae. 320 (1958 Series) A RESOLUTIO d T L11SrMR. -ING FWDS- BE IT RFSOMM. by the council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follrn ss That $205000.0D be transferred from the General Reserve Accwant to tha Public Improvement are Botfoma;$ lid to finance a portion af constrs.ction cos4Y cn the Johnscn Umdzi p=e and pay other expeneas until. 1957 °58 mvenues ara real iledo "This is to be an interest fres l.o.w, to be repaid to the Coneral Rcse°F*e Acca-apt tanen poasibleo Such transfer shall be effective Ncember 31D 1957. PASSED AVD ADOPTED this 6tth� day of January , 195$8 by t2* follos -Tang roll call votes AYES Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G; Sleight, .J. Barry Smith Fred H. Lucksinger NOESI None ABS'MTTj None ATTESTS S2o i RLr.507MIU M V0. 319 (1957 A RESOLLUICTI ES1IMISHING A YE 1191 MAD DIG ZONE M kAYvTT B -TIM.0 STRESS BEIDJEo° N NIGH AIM UPIMM S`II EWS. IT. R WIREM by tha Council of the City of Sm I.rxis Obispo am fell - g; s 3.. Tilt paraorapu 3 of Rasolutim Mob 305 (1957 Series) e5t033.1,shing a potion of Santa Barbara Street as a m parlcng z0he Is hereby ropeaied, 20 That the portion of Santa Bat= botweean Mrh and Upham Streets daseri ed taaa the °;rat, aide of Smntt Barbaro Street fay the driveway of ]McCarthy `rank and Steal' Cc7apaaq to % Xint 65 feet noeth U heraby designated as a. yei%ae loading zone ©ffoctive 9100 ado to 5a00 Porno (Sundays and holidays - excepted)0. P7%SM AND ADOPM this 9th day of- December a 19578 bY the fo13o=aalag roll a&I vote a AYESa Nels Beck, Kenneth IV. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NosSt None AI SMs None 31D, HESoLUR'Im No. 318 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION INCREASING THE 1957 6 Bur)GET BE IT RESOLHED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follawst That Account No. 2U.6 Street Capital Outlay be set up in the a=unt of 61,50(.00 for the purposes of paying for a portion of the cost of a neon motor grader and that the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased by $1,506„OO6 PASS –m ARD ADOPTED this 6th day of December , 29578 by the fol2oving rol.1 call vote a ATM, Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NcESI None ABSENT a None ATTEST a is , P14Fq i — - . 1318 a, RESOLUTION N0. 3L7.-(1957 Series) A RES00TION REDUODIG THE VARIOUS EQU7FXW REPIACE101T ITEMS TO REFIEOT uNSPENT PORTIONS THEREOF AND Y4AMG THE NECESSARY INTERoFUND TRANSFERS, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as fo3lcw5I to That the following General Fund accounts be reduced: Municipal Building Equipmnt Replacement 206,5 by 8 250,00 Police, Equipment Replacement 2984 by 2g323o73 Fire Equipment Replacement 21005 by 5ABM City Engineer Equipment Replacement 21105 by 450,00 Building Inspector Equipment Replacement 2126 by 200xO0 Sewer Equipment Replacement 2136 by Wocoq T9,9272,46 2, That the Unbudgeted Reserve be increased by $90,272010, 3o That E9,272,40 be transferred from the General Fund to the Equipment Replacement Fund, L, That Vo50MO be transferred from the Equipment Replacement Fund to the Water Fund, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 99tthh der of December, 1957, by the following roll 0 call voter AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSEPiT: None ATTEST: ROMPER A - rSY" i C Z5i7 RESOLUTION TAO. 316 (1957 Seriea) A RESOLUTION INCIO SING. THE 1957 -58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLD by the Council of the City of Stan Luis Obispo, es follows s le That Account No, 225 Darlene Drivo District Aevolving..Account be sot up in the arKrant of t1D00DoOD, 20 That Account No. 226 Almond Stmet District Revolving Account be set up In the w7ummt of 81,000,00, . 3, That Account No. 227 Felton Way District Revolving Account be out asp in the amount of $1D000,00. 4o Thai Account Noo 228 Bullock District Rsvoleing Account be set up In th3 Amount of sla000,00, 5o That the Unbudgeted Reservo be decreased by 942000x40. PASSED AND ADOPTED thia ay of December .1957, by tine gollaeia'.g votes AYESs Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABS&rli None ATTESTi Z/6 RES0=0W NUo 3 i (3957 Series) A RESOLUTION CREATING RE70LVIM FUNDS FOR VARIOUS PROPOSED ASSESSHM, DISTRICTS, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as followas to The City of San Luis Obispo Marione Drive Street Account is hereby created within the General Fund and shall be. referred to in the account books of the City by the short title of "MrIens Drive District Revolving Account." (No. 225). 20 The City of San Luis Obispo Almond Street Account is hereby created within the General Fund and shall be referred to in the account books of the City by tha. short title of "Almond Street District Revolving Account." (Noo 226)o 3. The City of San Luis Obispo Felton Way Street Account is hereby created vithin the General Find and shral].be referred to in the account books of the City by the short title--of -"Felton Way District Revolving Account," (Woo 227)„ b. The City of San Luis Cbispo Bullock Sealer and Water Account is hereby created within the G®Tteral Fund and shall be referred to in the account books. of the City by the short title of 2Bullock District Revolving Account." (Woo 228). 5. The moneys in said revolving accounttshall be expanded for the costs of acquisition,, construction and lmprovemsnts and costs incidental thereto fro:a time to time as'seid - funds are needed therstoo 6. All funds expended from said revolving .account shall be reimbursed in full from the proceeds of said special,assessmsnts and assessment bonds, 70 A*"" ertified copy of this resolution shall be filed with the City Treasurer, PASSED AND' ADOPTED this 9th -day of December , 1957, by the following roll call vote: AYESs Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger VOES: None ABSENTS None '.Z' Ma or ATTEST: ME111W F.-A ROOTOOW �1J— RESOLUTION NO, 314 (1957 series) A RI:SOLUfiloN INCREASING m 1957-58 BUDGET BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That Account No* 223 Caudi3l Drainage District Revolving Account be not up in the amount of $1,000,00 and that the Unbudgeted Reserve be decreased by $1,000,00o The moneys spent from this account shall be in accordance with Resolution Nov 149 (1956 Series) originally creating the revolving accounto PASSW AND ADOPTED this 9th day of Decoxaber, 1957, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: �� A P.ESOLUTIOlU VO. 3U(1957 Seria® j A TIMS-MMON TRANSFEMUNG FUNM BE IT RESOLVED by trs Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as foUw-wes That U5,000.00 be transferred from U.e Watar Fond to the General Pmsersa Acccumt it partial repaymnt of the outotanding interest free lam, said transfer to be effective Nover+her 30, 19574 The amount still twine the General Rover e Account will be 660,000.00. PASSE) AND ADOPTED this 9th day of December , 1957, by the following roll call votes AYE$t Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOESs None ABSMs None ATT3STs its :zz" �� /3 ' J RESOLUTION N0. 311 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CITY CLERK TO ACCEPT AND RECORD GRANT DEED OF PROPERTY.FROM NEBRASKA LANDS, INCORPORATED. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That the City Clerk be and he is hereby instructed to receive and record a deed from Nebraska Lands, Incorporated, a corporation, granting to the City of San Luis Obispo the property described in said deed. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 18th day of November, 1957, by the following roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None yor ATTEST: �Y// CIVf Clerk �Y// GRANT DEED NEBRASKA LANDS, INCORPORATED, a corporation, as Grantor, hereby grants to the CITY OF SAN LUIS 0BISP0j a municipal corporation, as Grantee, all of their right, title and interest in the following described property in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of Californi.a� to sits BEGINNIM at the southwest corner of Lot Is Block D as shown on the asap of Unit 1, College Highlands, Tract No. 960 filed for record at, Page 1044 Volume No. 5 of maps in the Affiee of tle County 'Recorder; .M=E s 89° 541 300 E along the Sly line of said Tot, a distance of 23,94 ft to the Ely line of Unit No. 1 -of Tract 961 thence 'N 0° 05* 300 E along said line a distance of 1.10 ft tD a point on the prolongation of the Sly line of Highland Drive; thence S 89° 07t E along said line, a distance of 26.23 ft; thence N e 511•E2 a distance of 60 ft to a point an the prolongation of the Nly line of Highland-Drive; thence N 89° 071 W along said line, a distance of 120'f_t to a point; thence along a curve to the right, with a radius of 20 ft, to a point of intersection with the NEly ]line of Cuesta Drive# thence Sly along the NEly line of Cuesta Drive to the point of beginning . IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantor has hereunto caused its,name to be subscribed this l�day of �`� {��� Ivy r' 19510 NEBRASKA iAXbS, INCORPORATED kd� --� STATE OF CALIFOHNIA } ss (.<7 COUNTY' OFALMDA } On this 1,( day of , I !+ t (VA - 1957 .v before me, a Votary Public in and for the County of Alameda,'State oo Ca�}ifornia, personally appeared�s� J a [..4 rv' P. known to me to be the5-�"PN _ <<; s L respectively, of the NEBRASKA LANDS, INC, described in and that ia=uted the within instrument, and also known to me in be the persons who executed it an behalf of 1"P RASKA LANISp INCORPORATED, therein named and they acknowledged to me that such NEBRASKA- IANDkS, IT.T;OF.. MTED, executed the same. IN W TTE,SS WHERMF, I have hereunto set my hand and afAxed _my official seal in the City of Q �1'; L 'A 0 D , County of. Alameda, State of California, the day and the year in this certificate first above written. otaryy Pablia in - fo_r' slain . County and State � �Qmr�i�i9R ExRi[es ;Iufy Z5, �� , ,J .�o Q C6 6 V y p v � �o 7 v ClZeSTA DR I V E Al O °- O.s'- ?o "B RESOLUTION VO, 312 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION REMMMING THE ACQUISITION OF PROMMY RMU -11M FOR THE WPALE ROCK DAF RESERVOIR AND REIATED FACILITIES, BE IT RESOLVED by tit, Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as followai le That the City of San Luis Obispo bweby approves the request of tba State Department of Water Resources and rscom=nds the proceedings by the State Pub11c; Works Board for the acquisition of property required far the ccnatructim of the Whale Rock Project as set forth in that certain inter-departmental e mrmnication from Harvey 0, Banks, Director, Department of Water Resources, to Ho C, Vincent,, Jr., Chief, property Acquisition Division, Department of Finance. 20 That because of th9 City of San Luis Obispo's pending water shortage and becausd of the constantly increasing construction costs it is requested that appropriate action be taken at the Boards earliest conveniencee PASS® AATD ADOPTED .j5 n of November, 1957, by the following votes AyESa Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger RO3Sr None &mma t None .� . W�ai�l - � ' - - - -- �i2 RESOLUTIOV 1V0, 310 (1957 Series) A RESOL9tIT107 ESTABLISHING CERTAIN PARftIMG AND TRAFFIC REGUTA`PICKS o BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as followae Zo That Santa Bsrbera Avenue at its intersection with Morro Street is hereby declared to be a boulevard and that a atop sign be erected on Morro Street at said intersection stopping traffic on Morro Street. 2. That the no puking sore on the southwesterly corner of Ghorro Street et its intersection with Marsh Street shall be extended northerly to include one additional parking space, and that the 12 minute panting apace thus eliminated shall be Instaned in the next adjacent parking meter space to the north on Chorro Street. PASSED AND ADOPPN� this l y of Novembe�E . 1957, by the foUawing roll cal.1 vote t AYES; Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger WOES = None ABSEW, None ATTEST. j :T'10 i RESOLUTION NOo 309 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGRERNENi WITH H, F, KJAF.RBYEC BE IT RE.SOL`iED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: - 1. That the Mayor shall be and is hereby authorized to execute that certain agreement with Ho F, Kjaerbye providing; for the settlement of a law suit between the City of San Luis Obispo and H.- F. Kjaerbye and providing for the subdivision of certain property owned by Mr, Kjaerbyeo 20 That the City Clerk is hereby authorized to receive and record that certain quitclaim deed dated November 1, 1957, transferring certain portions of land to the City of San Luis Obispo for an extension of Serrano Drive executed by flicllie Penman, PASSED AUD ADOPTED this 18th day of November, 1957, by the follow- ing roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth too Jones, Richard Go Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: Z�: 70-<;? WHEREAS there Is pending a suit in Superior Court of The County of San Luis Obispo* Case number 22721; and whereas said parties are desirous to settle said suit, now therefore they agree as follows: WI ?N E_S S-ETH The City of San Luis Obispo hereby approves the division of property heretofore proposed and the City Clerk is hereby author- ized and directed to divide said property on the assessment rolls as proposed in the request of H. f. Kjaerbye filed 0th the City March 29, I9a7, The City further agrees to issue a building permit for the erection of a home on said property upon application and payment of the fees thereof and said permit shall provide and H, k, Kjaer- bye so agrees to said( provision that curb and gutter shall be constructed along the northerly side of said property from the existing curve In the roadway at the approximate northwesterly corner of said property, easterly approximately 120 feet to the northeasterly corner of said property. It is further agreed that if a building permit is not applied for within one year hereafter, this requirement as to curb and gutter outlined above may be recorded in the office of the County Recorder of San Luis Obispo County by the City of San Luis Obispo, and shall be binding on any other purchasers in addition to H. 60 Kjaerbye. Upon the approval of this agreement H, J, Kjaerbye agrees to dismiss the suit nov pending against the City, City of San Luis Obispo 1 RESOLUTION NO.. 308 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT AND RECORD AN EASEMENT FOR STREET, WATER, SEWER, DRAINAGE, AND OTHAA SIMILAR PUBLIC PURPOSES FROM HARALD N. AND HELGA NIELSEN. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: That the City Clerk is hereby authorized to'receive and record, on behalf of the City of San Luis Obispo, a "Deed of Easement" from Harald N. and Helga Nielsen, dated the 15th day of October, 1957, for street, water, sewer, drainage, and other similar purlic purposes, As described in said deed of easement. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 18th day of November, 1957, by the following "roll call vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None ATTEST: �� V DEED OF EASEZWT. HARALD N. and SELGA NIELSEN., as Grantors hereby grant.to the CITY 0' SAN LUIS OBISPO, a Municipal Corporation,,, as Grantee, an easement for street, waters sewer, drainages and other similar public purposes ins to$ over and under the real•property in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis-Obispos State of California, to wit= THAT PORTION of Parcel 15 described in Deed-dated May 9; 3956, and recorded May 9s 1956 in Volume. 845, Page 492. -3 of Official Records, lying within the parcel described as follows: Beginning at the SE corner of Section 36 in TWP 30 S' R 12 Es MIMs in the City of San Luis O'aispos County of San Luis Obispo., State of California; thence N 62° 021 3011 tfs a distance -of 2030.50 ft to'h point on the Sally line of County Road No. 257 as granted to the County of SanLuis Obispo by Deed dated September 26s 1932, and recorded November 4., 1932 in 130/i4O of the Official Records; thence SEly along said Sadly line along a curve to the right having a radius of 670 ft., thru an angle 30 001 00 "s for a distance of 35.08 ft to the true POB; thence C0'TII'MING along said curve to the rights thru an angle of 30° 33' for a distance of 357.15 ft; thence tangent to a line bearing S 23° 291 E along a curve to the right with a radius of 18.3.7 ft, th aa.an angle of 700 181 OV, for a distance of 22.54 £t to a point; thence-tangent to a line bearing N 20° 191 lilt" -1 along •a curve to 'the left, with a radius of 657 fts thru an angle of 32° 21"34 ", for a distance of 371.06 ft to a point; thence N 339 001 20",Es a distance of 2.03 ft. to the true.POB. IN WIT21i:SS HIEREOP, Grantors have hereunto caused their names to be sub. scribed this day of ®� s 19570 V" Harald ielsen 7ei a kfelgp Nielsen STATE Ot, CALIFORNIA ) ) Be COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ) On this /c day of 626 ?� t 1957s before me, "/�° a Kotary PabM in and for said Zou�nty and State., personally appeared HARALD N, and HELGA NIEISE11s known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that they executed the same. f .l / f in f f f �• 11 and State m Zo, R o _ m CPS { �lD O U 0 1 F y n �J z � Oo A u, O N z �J r- RESOLUTION NO, (1957 Series) A RESOIXION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF °AGREEX&VT FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE '41ALE ROCS PROJECT, SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNW94 BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo s8 follows: That the Mayor shall be and is hereby authorised to execute for and on behalf of tlo City of San Luis Obispo that certain agreer ent entitled "Agreement For Construction and Operation of the Whale Rock Project„ San Luis Obispo County" dated November 7, 19570 by and between the State of Californla and the City of San Luis Obispo,, PASSED AND ADOPTED this 7th day of November, 19570 by the following roll call vote: AYES.- Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES: None ABSENT: None _J or ATTEST: �3O % RESOLUTION roc, 306 (1957 Series) A RESOLUTION I.P:C icaSIh'G TM 19157 -59 BUDGET BE IT PESOLVED by the Gowe it of the City of San Luis Obicpo es follows: That a new accorunt be established, .Vc. 200.,24 entitled American ?•tuni_cipsl Assoc,, Conference in the anount of ;;1,1;0,,00, and that the Unbudgeted P.ese -n-a be decreased by PASSM AID ADGPTO this 4th day of November , 1957, by the followin[7 roll call votes AYL;S: Nels Beck, Kenneth We Jones, Richard G. Sleight, Fred He Lucksinger NOES: None ABS;;A'•T :. J. Barry Smith Mayor 0 M��. /r. O 6 1 Rq'S0U- ITiv,4 Ai?, 305 (7957 Szri80, �t�'w0 3T'LUid EESTABLITSHENG fMRV-Ii! TRAFFIC R,�aulAT1C+N5;. BE lT ' Sf�`a i %`ems' ;;T tk�c3 Ca,lt Ci Of ' � C f,� of Sari � a- C)bis}� .a.;5 "f` }i 3 x:38 1iir`Lh 1'1Q2S Of G2r ch Street, betwain SAI:tQ 1:4a barEa and G;,oa mall be and i.s he-.Pebm- des3.ancted as Fa no Park. .a %are, az d paid curb shall be painted red. 2, That ccoo Street is hereby-declared to bs a boulevardg and tbzt east bound traffic on Church Street shall be stopped mt the intersection of Gharch and 0309 Stmet, `ihst said intersection 9bari. hsve signs erected in accordance with this CeCtiOna �o That the portio�i oT Sss:ta Barbara Street betxten High and Upham Streets described as the rest side of Santa Esat+ara streat from the drivew of NcCaatkW Tank and Steel Ccmpmny to a point 65 feet rorth.is hereby &sigrsted as a mo parlmg zone and slImU be painted red; PA&%m 0M ADop -&sD this 4 day of November ,___y 1957j; by the foa.lOWIng motel ArEsa Nels Beck, Kenneth. W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, Fred H.. Lucksinger w=a None ABSEatTa J. Barry Smith ATI TEST a SOS RESOLUTION FC, (1957 Srriea) M, pyTq q c CyRTM q RMUM IONS BE 1T RESOLVE} by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as Follows to That the south side of Palm Street adjacent to the county courthouse hereby declared to be an.ainmular parking zone and that the city eng:Lneering depart tent to directed to so indicate by proper striping, 2, That traffic on Carpenter at its interaection with Hathusy shall yield the right of vary to traffic on Haatbway, and that s yield sign shall be installed In accordance with this sections, 30 What the stop signs on both, sides of the Johneon underpass are no longer necessary and a_*e hereby eliminated, 4o That the stop sign stopping south bound traffic on Essex at its inter- asectics with Buchon is h4reby elimimtedo 5o That Essex Street is haraby declared to be ai boulevard, and that a $top sips. shall be placed on Buchm -i..at its intersection with Essex Street stopping east bound traffic on Bucbomo 6, That Sydney Street isa hereby declared to be a boulevsrdo and that a stop sign shall be p2aaced on Augustan stopping south bound traffic on Augusta at said intersecticno 1FASSED A1•:D ADOPTED tbis 228th day of Oct gr 1957, by the following, roll call votes AYWs Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger NOES& None ABSEil'P& None ATTF3i s Z 'c10 0 RIESGL? TYM NO, 3 (1957 Ssriae) A RC S01ZTICad Ar- MOfi:.ZING TAE PuftC; tSE OF 1 AM iR%q, Wr AA,D J..4mr; LILLIA'N E. R UNIE., BE IT fE.cO1, M b;' t'.W Council of the City of San Luie Qai;;po as follova. 1, T!zt the City Clerk is hs4raby authorized to purchase cortain lands bjereiruiftcr described from Edaazms-,d JT :and LLjli=. Eo Rhyne foe t-12 t0¢a3 Bur c!zse price of 61.9500.00. 2. ThjAt the City Clerk is further authorized to execulw escroce in.-true= tions wcessary to acquire eaid land and is furth--o authorized to receive cod record on behalf of said City maid deedo 3o Said land is described as follows That portion of the Youth 1fZ of Section 36 in Township 30 South, HanFe 12 Easty Mount Diablo Basen, and Msridian„ according to the official plat or plats of the �:ur7ey of 'gpid lands returned to the General Land Office by the Survayor General de?ocribed as folloxs: 6eginnsanE at a port = tim Forthlbasterly line of Co -unty Read No, 324, as conveyed to the County of San Luis Obispo by deed dated Septersber 5, 1946, and recorded in Rood U4 at page 179 of Official Recorda which is distant South 300 43.1 Nest 633o711 feet, from the intersection of said Northwester line with the Southerly line of County Road Poo 257 as shosM on map recorded in Book 3, at page 3A of Record of Surmysj thence Earth 72 009 West along the Southwesterly lime of the laird described asp Parcel 2 in deed to the City of San Luis Obispo dated June 12, 7956 and recorded October 3, 1956 it Book 864 at page 498 of Official Records, IM feet to the true point of bsgirming,p said point also heimg the most Norti{eriy corner of the land described as Parcel 2 in ths'�deed to the City of San Luis Obispo dated .tiny 26, 1956, and recorded) JOy 30, 1956, i`n Bonk 856 at page 317 of Official Records; thence South 301 gals yest along the Northwesterly line of tha land last so described 230050 feet; thence North 7e 009 Wsst 23 feet; thenco North 300 41c East 232&50 feet to SoutPraoster y lime of the land described In tha deed to the City: -of Sa.,i Luis Obispfl recorded In Book 864 at page 498 of Official. Records as,a�6risaid; thence South 720 009 East along said South - masterly Rine 23 feet to the true point of be�iming,, pAsszD ADD AT)OPTEb ADOPT thie 28th day of 0 be,r n 7957, by ths folloring ron call eota a AyEs; Nels Beck, Kenneth.W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger . NOF,S= None AB.SEP:T: None jl. or ATTEST QC ri RFSCOTION 140 p2 (19$7 Series) A Ra901,UTTal AMHORT7.m :G THE DESTRUGUON OF CID ',T MI . LCORDS. BE IT P.ZKXV'EP by tl'4 Coure l of ti"M City of San Luis Obispo as fr�31.�a That all uater gills, etubs'. water ledger cards and city claim :non's than i4a ... years old are hereby authorised to be deetroged with the written consent of the City Attorney In accordance with Section: 34090 of the Governrent Codeo PASSED AND ADOPTEZ) this 28th day of October 1957s, by the foa?oWW roll Cali vote: AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W..Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger ?NOES: None ABSU'ia None ATTEST: o2, September 229 1960 Mr. William Houser, Jr. City Attom.ey City of .San Luis Obispo 990 Palm Street San Luis.Obispo,,California Dear Mr. Houser: I hereby request permission in accordance with Resolution Number 302, 1957 Series, to destroy the following records in storage 1:- Tax Bill Stubs.(1941,.1943; 1946, 1947, 1952). Record. of Tax payments recorded in Tax Rolls. D2. .Business License Stubs prior•to 1952. Licenses recorded in License Register Books. 3. Police, Court Receipts prior. to January 1,1953. Yours -Mridly, J. H. FITZPATRICK, City Clerk JHR':nls 41 1 _ 1 RESOLUTION, NO 301 (1957 Series) A R.ESOLIMIQi TRANSYMING 1rDPMS BE IT 13SOUM by thm Council of the City of San Lsais Obispo ae follc`as s That U5s000o00 be transferred from the tJater Fund to the General Reserve Account in partial repayment of the outstanding loano The amount awing will nou be M5n000o00„ This transfer is to take place effective October 31, 1957o PASSED AND ADOPTED this 28th day of October.; 19571; by the following roll call votoc AYES: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger POESa None ABSMM None ATTEST: � L M SOLUTION NG, 300 4195? series) A ? Sou 'aON D?CREAS -ING ;n-M 1-957458 BL'DG?,"t SE IT R OLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Chispo as follows: That bhs Public Inap osrement and Betterimn2 Budget be incr used by adding A ccolwt 'No. 250.7 Purchase Fire House Site in the amours$ of ?118500.00. RRSSM AM ADOFTM this 2� th�day of October 1957, by the follotdmg :°cell call �Ot�- a AYr,S: Nels Beck, Kenneth W. Jones, Richard G. Sleight, J. Barry Smith, Fred H. Lucksinger POHSs None ABSEI1: None 3 C�C�