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02/16/19534�1 Rel Public Works Dept. matters On motion of D.M.Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, it was moved that J.E.Hillard be allowed 28 days sick leave for the year 1952• On motion of Paul 'vV.Davis, seconded by D.M.Carpenter, it was moved that all accrued vacation time be allowed for J.E.Martin, Frank Sousa and J.E. Hillard. Motion carried. On motion of D.M.Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, it was moved that refunds for water connections in the Mira Monte Tract be allowed to Maino Construction Co. It was moved by D.M.Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly that Cal Poly College be allowed additional water connections as requested at the same rate they are now paying as per Resolution No. 1099 (New Series). Motion carried. On motion of Frank V.Woods, seconded by Paul W.Davis, the meeting adjourned. Approved this ,Z4a day of ilk City C City Hall, Monday, Feb. 16, 1953 - 7:30 P.P.I. The Citv Council met in regular session; Ma,ror Timothy I. O'Reilly presiding. Present: D.M. Carpenter, Paul 1.41. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. Woods Absent: 'lone The minute= of the meeting of Feb. 2, 1953 -were approved. Communication from the Director of Bureau of the Census, giving the official census ' figures of the Special Census taken January 17, 1953, - the population of San Luis Obispo is 16,001, and same .,as ordered received and filed. This being the time set for receiving Bids as per advertised Notice on the BUENA VISTA & HATHWA° 111ATFR LINE RELOCATION PLAN 44, the following bids were received: 1. O.R. Ochs & Son Amt. 5,024.00 2. L.F. '?ebb Con�tr. Co. " $,357.40 3. W.M. Lyles & Co. 7,346.30 Bids 7•rere referred to the Citir Engineer for study and report. Resolution No. 1189 (New Series) - A Resolution setting up a Revolving Fund within the ':grater Fund to finance relocations and other projects in connection with the Freewav and which will be re- imbursed in whole or in part by the State Division of High- ways was passed and adopted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Paul W. Davis upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.14. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I.O'Reilly, Frank V. Woods Noes: None Absent: None Report on hid submitted b,r the National Cash Register Co. for one,combination budgetary Accounting and Utilitv Billing Machine was accepted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, ' seconded by Paul- 11. Davis and passed on the following roll call vote; with the provision the Accounting and Billing Machine must be delivered by June 15, 1953 as part of the bid condition: Ave=: D.M. Carpenter, Paul 'V:r. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. 11Yoods. Noes: . None Absent: None Resolution No. 1190 (New Series) - A Reselution accepting Bid from Accounting and Utility Billing Machine was passed and adopted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Pau].`':'. Davis upon the following roll call vote: Ares: D.M. Carpenter, Paul Bd. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. Woods 4�2 Noes: None Absent: None Communication from Burroughs Adding Machine Co. Re: reason for not bidding on AccountinQ and Billing Machine, as their machine did not meet the specifications set by the City of San Luis Obispo. Same was ordered received and filed. The proposal of Richard IMiller, Executive Secy. to have c1= ;ssificaticn of A.cco>int ,prraiser changed to .just "Accountant ", as the �,ork load justified his full time. Also in order to facilitate the work the Accountant and the City Clerk's books be combined and th ?t the accountant move into the Clerk's office for better efficiency and coordination o their .function. On motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded bl- Fred Lucksinaer, the proposal wirz anproved. Motion carried. The Contract T�rith Kenneth Hess, Architect, for the planning; of the new Fire House was referred to the City Attorney to redraw contract with the architect to incorporate, recommendations of the Council. Renort of Ililleford & Wiltshire, Certified public Accountants, for 6 months period was ordered, received and filed - the Council, Citv Clerk, Accountnnt and Executive Sec- retary to meet at a later date and go over the Auditor's report in detail. t- Comm. from Richard Miller Re: recommendations of Willeford & Wiltshire: On motion of Paul ' ^'. T?avis, seconded by Fred Lucksinger the following recommendations were approved and ordered done by administrative action: 1. Transfer (1,260. hydrant rental from water fund to the General Fund. 2. Eliminating_ x:',27.94 covering two returned checks from the City's Cash Balance. On motion of Frank V. ?'floods, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, the City Attorney Teas ordered to render a legal opinion on outstanding; city warrants. Resolution No. llal (New Series) - A Resolution Eliminating Certain Funds was DaFsed and adopted on motion of Frank V. Woods, seconded by D.I4. Carpenter upon the fol.lowinF roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul '..'. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. Moods. Noes: None Absent: None Re: Recommendations of the City Collector Re: penalties for this quarter on deliquent licenses: It was moved by Frank V. ?Moods, seconded by D.M. Carpenter that the recommendations be approved. Motion carried. The City Attorney was instructed to draw up Ordinance changing the business license Ordinance to allow 30 days before penalties are added instead of 10 days as now worded. Comm. from Col R.P. Lyman, Commanding Officer, Camp SanLuis Obispo, Re: express thanks to the Council for the kind considerations extended was ordered received and filed. Re: Reports of the Traffic Committee regarding; Parkine zone on Chorro St. from Pacific to ?ismo St. and 10 or 15 minute ,green zone on Mill St. in front of the Silveira grocery, - the Traffic Committee recommends no action but will continue to study the situation. On motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Frank V. ?-goods the following appointments re made: 1. Sallv .Anne Vernon - Intermediate Acct. Clerk - $204 per month, as of Feb. 24, 1953. 2. Benjamin CaDinha - ?ark Laborer - x,215. per mo. as of Feb. 9, 1953 Comm. from Richard Miller Re: Bills for Smee's Plumbing for expense incurred uring period. from July - Oct. 1951. It was moved by D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Paul ..Davis that the recommendation of Ex. Secy. Richard Miller be adopted, that the bills of be allowed until after July 1, 1953• 1 1 1 L 1 1 r 1 1 1 443 At this time the City Engineer, Homer Hamlin, recommended, after studying the bids for the BUENA VISTiS. HATHWAY 111ATER LII'JE RELOCATION that the bid be awarded to the following contractor: O.R. Ochs & Son - Amt of bid $ 5,024.00 Resolution ... iNo. -1192 (New Series) - A Resolution Accepting Bid for Buena Vista and Hathw.nlr'Tater Line Relocation was passed and adonted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, second- ed by Fred Lucksinger upon the follo7Ting roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul .:z. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I, O'Reilly, Frank V. Woods. Noes: None Absent: None Comm. from Richard Miller, Re: Adjustment in Salary Steps for the following em- ploye,es : 1. Loren 0. Edm•.ands - Skilled Laborer - Step 1 to Step 2 - 254.00 2, John R. :iaile - Civil Ena. Associate - Step 1 to Step 2. 375.00 By common consent of the Council the above salary steps were approved. Report of the Commissioner of Finance Re: Blanket bond for all City Employees: The City Clerk was instructed to notify all insurance brokers that the city is interested in Petting; bids on "Blanket Fonds ". On motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, the folloT,Ting; re- ports were ordered received and filed. City Collector's Report for the month of January, 1953 Poll. c it Dent. rt rt rt tt rr " iT Cit�r ireacurerfs " " " ' " Dec. 1Q52. CcT)v of Manning Commission minutes of January 11, 1953. Comm. from !dm J. Paivine Re: Variance to construct a 6 ft. fence: the request was granted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded hir Frank Vdoods. Renueet of the San Marino Lodge 119 and O ueen Elizabeth Chapt. 32 Order of the Eastern Star to hold a parar,e in the City of S.L.O. on Feb. 22, 1953 at 1:30 P.M. was granted on motion of Fred Lucksinger, -econded by Paul 'P. Davis, i•aith the provision, (under the supervision of the Police Dept.) Comm. from Division of Highways reT.juesting cancellation of taxes on property acquired for highl,:Tays purposes: On motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Frank V. Gsloods, the request was Granted. Motion carried. The following applications for contractor's licenses were received and on motion of Paul W.. Davis, seconded by Frank V. 11�loods, the bonds were approved, sureties accepted and registration granted. 1. Mavta & Son - Class ''C" General Contractor 2. Howard ?augg - Class "E" Painting; Contractor .Application of the California Poly Students '?lives to hold a dance on March 21, 1953 at the Veterans Memorial Bldg. i.,Tas ;*ranted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Frank V. i'ioods. Comm. from the S.L.O Chapter, American Red Cross requesting permission to hang Red Cross Banners in the San Ltais Obispo Cit,r Streets; permission was granted to hang the flags, but the firemen on duty cannot put up the flags, however, the Red Cross can contact the "Off- duty" firemen if they desire. Request from the Red Cross Re: painting a thermometer on Higuera Street between Carden and Chorro Streets to gate contribution. Permission was granted on motion of Paul '':T. Davis, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly. Comm, from Miss Garcelon, Librarian, requesting permission to hire "Page Clerk" to he paid out of Library Funds: On motion of Fred Lucksinger, seconded by Frank V. °roods the letter waF referred to the Mayor for action. Resolution No. 1193 (New Series) - A Resolution amending; Resolution No. 1090 ., (Nei., Series) relating to Salary Classifications was passed and adopted on motion of Frank V. ?.roods, seconded bir Timothy I. O'Reilly upon the following roll call vote: Aves: D.T. Carpenter, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I O'Reilly, Frank V. izjoods Noes: Alone Absent: Paul ?-. Davis Resolution No. 1195 (New Series) - A Resolution authorizing the City Council to enter into Utilities Agreements No. 2265 with the St. =te of California was passed and adopt- ed on motion of Frank- V.'!..00d�_--, seconded by Timothy I O'Reilly upon the following roll call vote: A.ves: D.PJ. Carpenter, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. bloods Noes: None Absent: Paul `r:r. Davis Ordinance No. 378 (New Series) - An Ordinance amending Section 35 of Ordinance No. 13 (New Series) entitled "Providing a System for the Assessment, Levy and Collection of all city tares in the City of San Luis Obispo" was introduced and passed to print on motion of D.A9. Carpenter, seconded by Frank V. ::'oods upon the folloi,�ring; roll call vote : Ayes: D.p•R. Carpenter, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. Woods Noes: None Absent: Paul W. Davis Ordinance No.379 (slew Series) - An Ordinance amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. 272 (New Series) entitled: An Ordinance of the City of San Luis Obispo creating the office of Building Inspector; regulating the erection, construction, enlargement, alterati.o , renair, etc. was passed to print on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Frank V. Woods upon the fol.lol�rin.g roll call vote: Acres: D.M. Carpenter, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly, Frank V. bloods Noes: None Absent: Paul 121. Davis By common consent of the Council, Richard Miller, Executive Secy. was authorized to attend a three day conference of Administrative Officers League of California Cities, Feb. 23rd thru 25th at Monterey, California, expenses paid. On Motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, the Council took note of the fact that the water meter readers, Frank Sousa, J.E. Martin and J.E. Hillard resigned as of a certain date and that the City of San Luis Obispo waived notice and the men were only to receive pay for actual days i- Torked, plus any accumulated vacation time. Last day on Job Vacation Last dap on payroll Frank Sousa Feb. 2, 1. 53 ays• Feb. 11, 1953 J.F. Martin Feb. 2, lo53 9 days Feb. 123 1953 J. E. Hillard Jan. 30, 1953 17 days Feb. 20, 1953 Re: Cit« Engineer reportirg on Public "orks Dept.: Renort to City Council. re: Cathodic protection of pipe lines by Sidney Petersen, Supt. of Rq,_tirment. On motion of D.M. Carrenter, seconded by Fred Lucksinger, the following work was approved and accented and payments authorized: R. Mc *ray - GRAND AVE. ST. IMP. PROD. -420 - Est. No. 4.- R. Mc ^rav - GRAND AV7. ST. IMP. PROJ. 4220 - Est. No. 5 (Final) L.E. Webb Const. F007HILL BLVD. ';:'A.TFRLINE IM ?. PROJ. NO. 4352 Estimate No. 3 - Maine Const:..C6.' SEZ,,dAr,r ':'ORKS ENLARCT CNT PROJ. NO. 7251 Estimate No. 7 - CHANGE ORDERS R.McGrav - GRAND AVE. ST. IMP. PROJ. -.720 - Chan e Order #1- (plus) R.TJcGrav - (;RAND 4VF. ST. IMP. PROJ. #20 - Change Order X42- minus Maino Constr. Co. - SE'n'Ar.E ?,10RIiS FNLr�.RGFNE,'JT " " X42- (plus) P•7aino Constr. Co. - SEA,,.TArTE '.;'ORvn ENLARGEMENT 't ft JL3- (plus) lip 1,313.74 1,054.21 2,604.89 4,743.90 331.71 43.50 200.00 580.00 10t,, motion of D.D% Carpenter, seconded by Fred Lucksinger, it tras moved that Utility Agree- ment No. 2.978 be approved and the Mavor be authorized to sign. On motion of Paul `.':'. Davis, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, it was moved that the trims against the Citv would be approved at the second meeting of each month, starti �I n u 1