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02/28/19274�6 City Hall,i::onday,Februery 28th 1927 - 7:30 P.IcI. City Council met in adjourned session - Iaiayor I.F.Sinsheimer presiding. Present : C.I1.0arpenter,John Chapek,H.E.Cox.Chas Forbes,L.F.Sinsheimer. !bsent I1one. The following applications for permit to build were granted on motion of H.B.Cox seconded by Chas Forbes: Rex K. Fuller - Residence and Garage Anholm Addition Cost 39000.00 O.C.Orr - Garage pt lot 6 Block 59 Cost 200.00 B.R.Preuss - Remodeling & Addition Lot 1 Block 5 Central Addn Cost 900.0 0 Ah Louis - Repairs Lot A Block 14 Cost 300.00 Application received from I:?rs. IaIabel Snyder for permit to lay 50 ft of 6 ft park sidewalk on the South side of Leff Street between Chorro and Morro Street. The application was granted on motion of H.E.Cox seconded by John Chapek with the provision that a 5 ft park sidewalk be laid in lieu of the 6 ft walk as petitioned for. On motion duly seconded and carried George A. Isola was granted two sewer connections on Palm Street between Chorro and Eorro Street. On motion of Chas Forbes seconded by H..Cox the following applications for permit to hang Electric Signs were referred to the Commissioner of Public 1i L S for report: P.R.Corda , 1044 Ilonterey Street; Firs Dollie 11u Keen, 740 Higuera Street , and Robert's Coffee Shoppe at 962 I.1onterey Street. The application of Paul H.Kriner, for appointment as Traffic Officer was ordeked filed on motion of C.I:I.Carpenter seconded by H.E.Cox. On motion of C.I:I.Carpenter seconded by Chas Forbes the application of City Board of Education for Giater Service for new High School Buildings to be erected was referred to the Commissioner of Public 'lJorks for investigation and report to the Co;ancil. A petition was received from Fred I Garrett requesting a compromise relative to Delinquent Tax against lots 7 & 8 Isabel Tract,assessed in the name of Sophia A.Sullivan and aggregating the sum of a 203.39. It was moved by Chas Forbes and seconded by C.1--,.Carpenter that the sum of $ 101.50 be accepted by the City of San Luis Obispo in settle ment of all delinquent Taxes assessed against lots 7 & 8 Isabel Tract, and upon receipt of such sum the City Clerk is directed to cancel such delinquent assessments. i.Iotion Carried On favorable report and motion of C.M.Carpenter seconded by Chas Forbes the application of Jennings Tent Theatre for license for Tent Dramatic Show for the week of I,..Iarch 7th to Idarch 13th inclusive was granted. It -.,;as moved by C.I,1.Cargenter and seconded by Chas Forbes that the City Att submit,for consideration of the Council at the next meeping, a proper Resolution defining matter of placing the matter of the acquisition of Exposition Park on the ballot at the I:Iunicipal election April 4th. Carried. It was :moved by C.H.Carpenter and seconded by Chas Forbes that it is the intention of the Council that the present premises used as an ::uto Park or Camp Ground be abandoned for that use and that formal action to this effect be taken on I:iarch 14th. 9 This being the time and place fixed for hearing protests in re the proposed improvement of Plam and other Streets as set forth in Resolution of Intention Ido 214(New Series) the fetter was now taken up by the Council. 1.iritten protests by the Southern Pacific Railroad Company and the Bouthern Pacific Co, also by Fred D.Iogna et al, property owners along the line of the said proposed improvement east of Johnson Street were received. Attorney S.V.':itight appeared for protesting property owners.. D.I:iuzio and C.A.1 -iaino spoke.for the improvement. Resolution No. 216 ( lNew Series ) A Resolution of the City Council of the - - __ - -I- -- _ 4k. A ;,, n'P U 1 1 1 f1 1 1 1 1 1 Intention No. 214 ( New Series ) was introduced and adopted on motion of C.LT.Carpenter seconded by 3.B.Cox by the following vote: Ayes : C.li.Carpenter,John Chapek, H.I.Cox, Chas Forbes, L.F.Sinsheimer. ;toes illone. Absent : Lone. , Resolution !To 217 ('':ew Series ) A Resolution ordering certain work on certain portions of Palm, I.ionterey, Dana,iliporio,Broad, North Broad, Chorro, Idorr0,Osos, and Johnson Streets as described in Resolution of Intention No, 214 ( New Series ) of the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo was introduced and adopted on motion of • Chas Forbes seconded by H.F,.Cox by the following vote :. Ayes : C.IVI.Carpenter,John ChapekgH.E.Cox,Chas Forbes, L.F.Sinsheimer. ?does : None, Absent : None, It was moved by C.I:I.Carpenter and seconded by F.i.Cox that the Hearing in the matter of the issuance of Bonds to cover unpaid assessments on !!ill Street improvement, Resolution of Intention No. 199 (New Series ) , be continued to I'.Iarch 7th at 7:30-2.1j, It was moved by C.T.. - Carpenter and seconded by H. .Cox that the hearir_g in-the matter of the issuance of bonds to cover unpaid assessments on Buchon Street improvement, Resolution of Intention No. 195 ( I:ew Series ) , be continued to I:•ia-reh 7th at 7 :30 P.m. Communications from League of California I-iunicipalities, frank C.Ieierritt, City Clerk of Oakland,-Leslie Engram, City Clark of the City of Redding and John H.1'.1iller, of:._the Sacramento City Council were ordered filed. On favorable report and motion of C.I1.Carpenter seconded by Chas Zorbes the application of Joe Lucera for license for Bakery at 885 Higuera street was granted. _etition of Ed Lomberg for permit to hang a wooden sign at 638 1• °arsh -Street, Victor Bakery, was granted on motion of C.I'.i.Carpenter seconded by I;.,.0ox as was also th petition of Peeves and Jones for transfer of license for Soft Drinks etc at 875 i:Ionterey St to Joe I;Ioranda and P.3reschini. On motion of C. ?::.Carpenter seconded by H.B.Cox the following licenses mere ordered cancelled: u 1100 - Sandwich Inn Lunch Counter � 5.00 r 1462 - B.Ii.,Duncan Taxicab 25.00 u 1466 - Peter Gray " 25.00 1467 - H.Perry ° 25.00 1475 - B.J.3owles General Contractor 20.00 r 1479 - A.Seabach Faint if 20.00 120.00 Resolution No. 218 ( Idew Series ) A Resolution accepting a Deed from Chris Anholm and Johanne 1_.Anholm, conveying to the City of San Luis Obispo a certain strip of land,- more particularly described as a part of the N.R. quartercof the S.E. quarter of Section 27, Township 30. S. 'Range 12 F I:I.D,1,. - for Street purposes was introduced and adopted on Motion of C.I,..Ca=rpenter seconded by H.3..0 by the follo ing vote: "Iles . C.1-I.Carpenter, John Chapek, H. 'R.Co1, Chas Forbes, ?•.F.Sinsheimer. 1;oes : idone. Absent : rtione. Co; missioner of Public '-Yorks reported favorable on the petition of Vergil Iiegranti et al relative to Street lights in that part or Et Pleasanton Sgyare .ddn lying 7iithin the City Limits, and on his motion seconded by C.'.-.Carpenter and carried, it was ordered that four Street Lights on I'. =urray _venue west of Santa Rosa treet be included in the City Street Lighting System. City to assume responsibility for lighting same for a period of five hours nightly. The Matter of graveling :that_ part. of. _ _..' u '_:venue_ lyis; 'v /1 �-hin the . dt. =leasanton square Addition ,,ias left over for further report t0 the COU?1cil. 3�� s et