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04/09/1945I I 1 1 l Ji Re: Compensation of Election Officers for General Municipal Election 373 April 2, 1945: It was moved by Clyde T. O'Nan, seconded by R. P. Howell, and carried, that Election Officers serving within the City of Sian Luis Obispo be compensated in the amount of >10.00 each for their service; that election officers serving in the special precincts outside the City of San Luis Obispo be allowed $6.00 each for their service. Re: Rental for Precinct Polling Places for General I:iunicipal Election, April 2, 1945: It was moved by R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan that rental for precinct polling places within the City of San Luis Obispo be fixed at $8.00 each; that rental precinct polling places outside the City of San Luis Obispo be fixed at "6.00 each. Due to the fact that it was imi-ossible to count and canvass the absentee vote, the matter of completing the canvass was contin.led to Iti-onday, April .9,1945 at 7:30 P. P.. On motion of R. P. Howell, seconded by Clyde T. O'Nan, the meeting adjourned to April 9, 1945 upon the following vote: Ayes: R.P.Howell, Ralph C. Kennedy,F.C. Kimball, Joseph Leary, Clyde T. O'Nan Noes: None Absent: None Approved this Z day of City Clerk Mayor City hall, itionday April 9, 1945 - 7:30 P.P.A. The City.Council met in adj:.)urned session - Vice President R. P. Howell presiding. Present: R.P.Howell, Ralph C. Kennedy, Joseph Leary, Clyde T. 0117an Absent: F. C. Kimball The Council acting as a canvassing Board, now proceeded to canvass and count the absentee ballots for the General Iviunicipal Election and Charter Amendment Election held April 2, 19450 The following is a tabulation of the results of the official canvass of 51 absentee ballots for the respective Candidates for the respective offices, to -wit: I,,r :YOR Ceoil G. Evans 11 Ralph C. Kennedy 32 Joseph '..,`lilfred Shuttleworth 4. C OUNC IIZ.,iEN G. - Nesley Baker 23 R. P. Howell 25 Joseph Leary 27 Fred L. Petersen 13 SCHOOL DIRECTOR Carl G. Beck 37 .. V. Yuller 37 N. E. Vandam 3 CITU':RTER AI:,y?DbM TTS INTO. 1 - YES: 29 110 : 10 No. 2 - YES: 14 110 : 22 3 RESOLUTION NO. 737 (New Series) - A, Resolution Delcaring the results of the General Lunicipal Election held on April 2, 1945: Vlf-.� Ei;S, A General Municipal Election was held in the City of San Luis Obispo on the Und day of April, 1945, which election was duly held and conducted in the manner provided by the charter of the City of San Luis Obispo, and as provided by law. AND 'VIFEREAS, within four days after such election, to -wit, on the 5th day of April, 1945, the city Council met as a canvassing board and duly canvassed the returns of said election, AND iTfiT'REAS, on April 9, 1945 the City Council duly met and counted and can- vassed all absentee ballots. !'2�- :'J RB S, a statement of the results of said election has been duly entered by the City C1erFz in the minutes and records of the City Council. NO71 THEREFORE HE IT RESOLVED, by the Cit�: Council of the City of San Luis Obispo,l as follows:ii 1. That the whole number of votes cast in said election within the City of San Luis Obispo was 2941. 2. That the whole number of votes cast at said election outside of said City, by voting on school directors only, was 140. 3. -:hat the names of the persons voted for, the office for which each person was voted for, the charter amendments voted upon, the number of votes given at each precinci to each person and for or against each charter amendment, and the total niunber of votes given to each person and for or against each charter amendment, is shown by the tabulation of votes attached hereto and made a part of this resolution. 4. That Ralph C. Kennedy, the candidate having received the highest number of votes cart at said election for the office of h1ayor,ishereby declared elected to such office for the term prescribed by the City Charter, 5. That G. :'lesley Baker and R. F. Rowell, the two candidates having received the hi ~.hest n�.unber of votes at said election for the office of City Councilman, are and each of them is, hereby declared elected to such office for the term prescribed by the City Charter. 6. That Carl G. Beck and A. V. Luller, the two candidates having received the highest number of votes at said election for the office of School Directors, are and each of them is, hereby declared elected to such office for the term prescribed by the City Charter, 7. That Charter Amendment No. 1 and Charter lunendment No. 2 each having re- ceived more than,a majority of the total votes cast at said election for or against each thereof, are and each of them is hereby d:= :clared to have carried. 8. The City Cler': is hereby directed to sign and deliver to each of said Ralph . Kennedy, G. ','lesley P,aker, R. P. Howell, Carl G. Beck and A. 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Brown City Clerk RESOLUTTON NO. 738 (New Series) - DECL BRING AI YD FDTD1?\TG THAT 7i0 PROPOSALS ?':,ENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF S SST LUIS OBISPO SUBMiTTTED TO THE QU_"�LTFIED 770TERS OF SAID CITY 01•T APRIL 2, 1945, RECEIJFD THE VOID OF A I:!�JORITY Or ALL ThT VOTERS TlOTIL OI•-, SUCH PROPOSITIONS: BE IT RESM71M , by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo: .­IHE EAS, the City Council did by Resolution No. 733 (New Series) adopted on the 9th day of February, 1945 and by Resolutions No. 734 (New Series) adopted on the 19th day of February, 1945 submit to the qualified electors of the City of San Luis Obispu two proposals for the amendment of the charter of said city which said proposals were as follows, to -wit: That a new article be added to the Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo, to be ?alown as Article XX, containing Section No. 123, which said new article shall read as f o 110 ..:� s : " ARTICLE XX STATr REI:'iPLOY sES' RTTIR 17EIIT ACT Sec. 123. As the legislative body of the City of San Luis Obispo, -the City Council shall have po-hier to adopt the State Employees' Retire- ment Act, h:reinafter referred to as the "Retirement Act ", for the City of San Luis Obispo. The City Council, by ordinance duly adopted, may enter into a contract with the Board of Administration of the State Employees' Retirement Syster, as provided inaaid Retirement zct, :Making the emp ;oyees of the City members of said Retirement System. Plenary authority and power is hereby vested in the City of San Luis Obispo, its City Council, and its several officers, agents and-employees to do and perform any act, or exercise any authority granted, permitted or required, whereby said City, under the provisions of said Retirement i�ct, may become a contracting City fully participating in the State Employees' Retirement System, on the same basis _as State employees, wherever and whenever said Retirement Act permits; provided, however, that the City Council, by ordinance duly adopted, may terminate any contract entered into with the Board of Administration of the State Employees' Retirement-System. The Retirement Act herein referred to is that certain•act of the Legislature of the State of California ( Statutes of 1931, Chapter 700) , cited as the State Employees' Retirement Act, as now amended, or as the same may hereafter be amended. The employees of the Public Library, the Judge of the Police Court and the Chief Officials of the City named in Section 26 of this Charter, except Library Trustees, shall be considered and held to be employees of the City of San Luis Obispo for the purpose of the establishment and maintenance of the retirement system hereby authorized. The City Council, in any year, by ordinance adopted not later than the first Tuesday in September, may levy a tax sufficient to pay all costs and expenes to be paid by theCity during the fiscal year then currect, to enable said City to participate in the State Employees' Retirement System, and, notwithstanding anything to the contrary ther =:in contained, the 1i�itations of Article M. Section 54, of the Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo, with respect to the levy and collection of municipal taxes, shall not apply to any tax authorized by this Article." That Section 54 of Article IX of the Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo be amended so that the same shall be and rear as follows: Sec. 54 L12.717, OF TAX LEVY. The taV levy authorized by the Council for any one year for all municipal purposes, other•than for the payment of- principal or interest on any bonds of the city, or for school purposes, or for public library purposes, shall not exceed eighty -five cents on each one hundred dollars -.forth of taxable property in said city, except as in this charter otherwise provided. The Council may, however, in any year, by ordinance adopted not later than the first Tuesday in September, levy in addition to the rate in this section above authorized, a tax of not to exceed thirty cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in said city, which shall be collected at the same time and manner as other taxes levied by said city, the proceeds of which said tax shall belong and be paid to a fund designated as the Improvement Fund of said city and shall be expended only for public improvements and betterments in said city, 1 1 u L 1 1 1 1 1 1 AND 'a�ITIMS, said amendments were numbered on the ballot used at said election as follows: ARTICLE AND SECTICJIT 1M. -I:E.R OF CHI�RTER Y_rticle XX, Section 123 Article IK, Section 54 MME R ON BALLOT 1 2 37 d AITD ',JHEREAS, said proposals were duly submitted to the qualified electors of said city at the general municipal election held on the 2nd day of April, 1945, and said City Council having canvassed the returns of said election finds the same to be as hereinafter set forth. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, FOUND iND DECLARED that the number of voters voting on e:ch of said proposals, the number of voters voting in favor of each of said proposals and the number voting against each of said proposals v;as as follovis: MI JIIBER OF PROPOSAL TOTAL !1.77 IBER TOT.,1L VOTES TOTAL VOTES ON BALLOT VOTES CAST CAST IN FAVOR CAST AGAINST 1 2548 1971 577 M 2421 1433 •:: IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, FOUND AIM DECL: "BRED that a majority of the qualified voters voting on said proposals numbered 1 and 2 voted in favor of said proposals and ratified the same. IT IS FURTt R RERSOLVED that the 1!layor and City Clerk be and they are hereby authorized to certify to the adoption of said proposals numbered 1 and 2 and to do such further acts and things as ma-,- be required to secure the approval of said amendments to the charter of the City of San Luis Obispo by the Legislature of the State of California. D- TTRODUCED AND ADOPTED this 9th day of• April, 1945 by the following vote; AYES: R. P. Howell, Ralph C. Kennedy, Joseph Leary, Clyde T. O'Nan NOES: None =�B,3ENT: F. C. Kimball ATTEST: R. P. Howell L ayor pro tern J.E.Brown City Clerk The petition filed by Farmers Hardware and Equipment Co. for permit to install 1 -1000 gallon storage tank at 581 Higuera 3t. was referred to the Commissioner of Public. Health and Safety for investigation and report on motion of Ralph C. Kennedy, seconded by Clyde T. O'T?an. i ?otification from the State Board of Equalization for transfer of license for "On Sale Beer" from Bernie Hemen to Richard J. Rosa, dba Redwood Tree Cafe at 1254 I:Fonterey '3t. was ordered received and filed on motion of Joseph Leary, seconded by Ralph C. ?ennedy. Card of thanks received from the Schultz family was ordered filed. Communication from the Division of Highways District V Re: State's post -war Project No. 67 together with Agreement covering same, and maps, was referred to Kenneth Deck for study and report. E-1-r. -2 . T. 1.iaughmer of 960 Rachel 5t. appeared before the Council, complaining about the dust condition on Rachel 3t. caused by heavy oil truck and trailer hauling oil to S. P. tank and requested the Council to oil the street. Commissioner I:ow ell advised him some action 1-•iould be taken.