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03/12/194534 City Hall, Monday March 12th, 1945 - 7:30 P. M. The City Council met in adjourned session - I :fa,yor F. C.r :imball presiding. Present-: R.P. Howell, Ralph C. Kennedy, F. C. Kimball, Joseph Leary, Clyde T. O'Nan Absent: None The application of the i::ethodist Church for building permit to make repairs Service to house on Lots 4 Ic: 5, B1ocr: 100 i : ". V. Tract at a cost of x.150.00 was referred to the Commissioner of Public ;Yorks, with power to act. Heating- The following petitions were granted on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by H. H. McBride & C. M. McBride - dba "1, ?c Bride's" - 1023 Clyde T. O'Nan; work to be done under the supervision of the City Engineering Department: H. I±. LdcBride - to open trench at 556 broad St. to connect with sewer and heating - Fee $ 15.00 Smee Plumbing Co. - To excavate street for sewer on Ueorge St. for sewer connection On motion of R. P. Howell, seconded The application of Don E. Williams for Restaurant License at 1088 Higuera Street was referred to the Commissioner of Public Health and Safety, with power to act, on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan. 1 Notification received from the State Board of Equalization for transfer of Appeal for crippled children license for, " Office of The State Controller - On Sale Beer and Viine ) from Henry S. Nisbet to Henry'S. Nisbet & deeded property On Sale Dist. Spirits ) Mlilton R. Righetti at 1022 L4orro St. dba " L. A.I. French - Application for "Nisbets" as Fire chief was ordered filed on motion of -Clyde T. O'Nan, seconded by R. P. Howell. - The following applications for contractor's Licenses were received and on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan, the bonds were approved, sureties accepted and registrations granted: Henry H. Diet - dba San Luis Electric & Heating Service - 2300 Johnson Ave., lass "E"' Contractor - Electrical & Heating- Fee `x15.00 H. H. McBride & C. M. McBride - dba "1, ?c Bride's" - 1023 Nipomo St., Class "E" Contractor - Plumbing, sheet metal and heating - Fee $ 15.00 On motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Joseph Leary, the following com- munications were ordered received and filed: 1 Communication from The Indoor Sports' Club - Re: Appeal for crippled children " Office of The State Controller - Re: Tax deeded property " L. A.I. French - Application for position as Fire chief Communication from Elizabeth C. Hoffman and B. S. Bauman, together with claim on the Administration Fund in the amount of $103.82 dated March 5th, 1945 relative to personal injury sustained was referred to the City Attorney for investigation and repo on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Joseph Leary. Communication from the Chamber of Commerce Re: City License Ordinance and suggesting that a new license ordinance be adopted, was referred to the Commissioner Ralph C. Kennedy for investigation and report. Communication from the S.L.O. Planning Commission enclosing County Reso- lution Re: Shore Line Planning Association, asking the city of San Luis Obispo to adopt a 2esolution endorsing the action of the State Legislature relative to the appropriation 1 of 15,000,000 to the State Park Commission etc.; matter discussed and the City Attorney was asked to prepare Resolution and present same to the Council. The following applications received for position of City Sanitary Inspector, and on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan, same were referred to the Commissioner of Public Health and Safety to check with the Health Department to obtain their recom-aendation as to tie appointment and salary schedule: Hollis Brown ; Charles E. Graves; Vlm: A. Freeman The following petitions for nominations of candidates for the respective offices to be voted on at the General Municipal and Consolidated Charter Amendment election, to be held in the City of San Luis Obispo, Monday, April 2, 1945 were presented to the Council and ordered placed on file. 1 1 1 1 1 K a For Mayor: For Councilmen: For School Directors: Cecil G. Evans Ralph C. Kennedy Joseph Wilfred Shuttleworth G. l,Jesley Baker R. P. Howell Joseph Leary Fred L. Petersen Carl G. Beck A. V. Muller N. E. Vandam 365 The matter of the Election Proclamation for the General idunicipal Election and Consolidated Charter Amendment Election to be held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Monday. April 2nd, 1945 was now taken up; Election precinct Polling Places were officially designated, election officers were appointed and it was moved by R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan that the Election Proclamation be adopted by the following vote Ayes: R.P.Ho1ve11, Ralph C. K=ennedy, F. C. Kimball, Joseph Leary, Clyde T. O'Nan Noes: None Absent: None The Merchandising Bond in the amount of $200 of Bert Slatin, an individual and The London & Lancashire Indemnity Co. of America, a Corporation, as security, was referred to the Commissioner of Finance and the City Attorney for action on motion of R. P.' Howell, seconded by Ralph C. Kennedy. The following matters were held over: Petition of Mason I. Bagley for sewer line Petition of J. Id. Louk for septic tank Communication from Meade d. Eaton, Jr. Re: claim against the city Communication from S. L. 0. Planning Commission Re: City Hall site Petition from Green Bus Service - Re: Increase Bus Fare Garbage Franchise Renewal The petition of Smee Plumbing Co. to open trench.at 1302 First St. for seder connection was granted on motion of R. P. Ho:�jell, seconded by Clyde T. O'T?an; word: to be done under the supervision of the City Engineering Department. Re: Communication from Vim. L. Payton, requesting he be transferred from his position 'as Fire Chief and to be placed in charge of all city electrical equipment such as Fire Alarm System, Street traffic signals, etc. and hoping arrangements can be made so as not to interfere with his pension rights, and submitting his resignation as Fire,Chief as outlined above, and on motion of Joseph Leary, seconded by R. P. Howell, it was moved his resignation be accepted as of h -larch 15th, 1945. The application of F. C. Kimball for sidewalk, curbing and gutter for a distance of leO ft. on the No. side of Pismo St. between High and Walker Street was denied on motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Ralph C. Kennedy, Gommissioner::R.L•P. Howell'-presented a Proposed Post War Public Works Program outlining six projects totalling $904,502, and on motion of R. P.. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan it was ordered it be accepted and approved as amended. Joseph Leary voting "No". On notion of Ralph C. "Hennedy, seconded by R. P. Howell, the meeting adjourned. G Approved this! / day of City Clerk Mayor