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03/16/19531 1 1 1 [LOT The City Attorney - presented letter to the Council with an opinion Re: question raised in Auditor's report of Willeford & Wiltshire, together with copy of letter and printed ordinances to be sent to them ( Willeford & Wiltshire). The City Attorney presented a letter to the Council concerning warrants which have been outstanding for claim in excess of one year; on motion of Paul W. Davis, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, the City Attorney was instructed to draw up Resolution outlawing all warrants over one year old. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 378 (New Series) - An Ordinance amending Section 35 of Ordinance No. (New Series) entitled "Providing for the Assessment Levy and Collection of all city taxes in the City of San Luis Obispo "was finally passed on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly -upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Ordinance No. 379 (New Series) - An Ordinance amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. (New Series) entitled: " An Ordinance of the City of San Luis Obispo creating the office of Building Inspector; etc." was finally passed upon motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Fred Lucksinger upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Ordinance No. 3$0 (New Series) - An Ordinance amending Section 31 of Ordinance No. 76 (New Series) entitled: "An Ordinance,.licensing and regulating the doing of certain acts and the carrying on of certain trades, etc. was finally passed on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Paul W. Davis upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, .Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None On motion of Timothy I. O'Reilly, seconded by Fred Lucksinger, the meeting adjourned. Approved this .41-41 day of C' C erl City Hall, Monday, March 16, 1953 - 7:30 P.M. The City Council met in regular session; Mayor Timothy I. O'Reilly presiding. Present: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Absent: None The minutes of the Special Called Meeting of March 2, 1953 and minutes of the regular meeting of March 2nd, 1953 were approved, and the minutes of Adjourned meeting of March 9th, 1953 were approved, with correction. Resolution No. 1199 (New Series) - A Resolution establishing- Policy of the City Council regarding Sewer and Water connections outside the City Limits were passed and adopted on motion of Fred Lucksinger, seconded by Paul W. Davis upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Re: outside sewer connections: On motion of Paul W. Davis, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, it was moved that application of Mrs. Lula Davis and Mrs. C.C. Lemos, now on file, be allowed, subject to the approval by the City Engineer of location, plans and specifications, also, subject to the Inspection of material and workmanship by the Public Works Dept. The City Clerk was instructed to notify applicants by letter, of Council's decision. 4'00 The communication from Mr. Sowles requesting permission for increase of water service by installing a 2" meter was denied on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly. Communication from City Clerk, J.H. Fitzpatrick., presenting the following petitions for nomination of candidates for the respective offices to be voted on at the General Municipal Election to be held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Monday, April 6th, 19539 were ordered placed on file on motion of D.M. Carpenter, Seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly: For Mayor: Fred H. Lucksinger For Councilmen: Milton R. Bickell Ancel Morton England Herbert T. Franklin Richard E. Gragg Kenneth W. Jones Martin L. Rosenthal For School Directors: Carl G. Beck Banning Garrett Claims against the City for the month of March, 1953 were ordered paid subject to the approval of the heads of the respective departments and the Mayor. The matter of the Election Pro clamation for the General Municipal Election to be held on April 6th, 1953 was. now taken up: Election precinct polling places were officiall designated; Election Officers were appointed and it was moved by D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly that the Election Proclamation be adopted by the following roll call vote: Ayes.: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly. Noes: None Absent: None Resolution No. 1200 (New Series) - A Resolution transferring Funds from Unbudgeted Reserve to Clerk - Assessor - Supplies and Services, Account No. 208 was passed and adopted on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Re:- 0 R Ochs & Son Bonds - (Buena Vista & Hathway Water Line Relocation) The Contract Bond and Labor and Materials Bond for O.R. Ochs & Son were approved by the Council on motion of Paul W. Davis, seconded by D.M. Carpenter. Bulleting 4115 from the State of California, Civil Defense Headquarters and letter from Regional Coordinator on "Disaster Relief Operation ", yellow alert to Red Alert" were briefed for the City Council by the Executive Secretary, Richard Miller; the yellow alert was to be transmitted to the public by all means except siren, which was a change from previous procedure. By common consent of the Council, Mr. Miller suggested that details be worked out with City Civil Defense Organization after consultation with Regional Coordinator at next City County Civil Defense Planning meeting. On motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly, the following work was approved and accepted and payments authorized: Henry H. Diehl - FOOTHILL BLVD. WATERLINE IMP. Est. No. 1 - $ 559.80 L.E. Webb Constr. Co. - FOOTHILL BLVD. WATERLINE IMP. Est. No. 4 - 753.86 O.R. Ochs & Son - BUENA VISTA & HATHWAY WATER LINE RELOC. Est. #1 - 270.00 Harald N. Nielsen - FOOTHILL BLVD. WATERLINE .IMP. - Est. #1 - 1334.07 CHANGE ORDER: L. T. Webb Constr. Co. - FOOTHILL BLVD. WATERLINE IMP. #1 - plus - $ 7$.38 Re: Utilities Agreement with State of California #2302 - (Relocation Murray St. Water Line) - The City Attorney was instructed to draw up Resolution on Utilities Agree- ment with the Division of Highways (Agreement No. 2302). The Minutes of the meeting of the City Planning Commission of Feb. 19, 1953 were received and filed. 1 1 J �I 1 461 The following applications for transfer of City licenses were approved on motion of D.M. Carpenter, seconded by Fred Lucksinger: Hawthorne Market - 399 Foothill Blvd. - from Loren W. Krabill to Jerry Lankford Hazel's Pet Shop - $74 Monterey St. - from Hazel Blanks to Herbert & Dorothy Walker The request for transfer of license of the Lucky Cab Co. from J.A. Wilbert to Davis Munoz and Al.Calkins, dba "Black & White Taxi" was referred to Commissioner Paul W. Davis and-Fred Lucksinger. The request from George Berry of Berry's Top Shop to move his business from 1005 Monterey St. to 1720 Beach St. was referred to the building Inspector. Resolution No. 1201 (New Series) - A Resolution concerning Warrants of one year or older was passed and adopted on motion of Paul W. Davis, seconded by Timothy I. O'Reilly the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. 8arpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Mayor Timothy I. O'Reilly reported to the Council on the Sales Tax Meeting held at Sacramento regarding legislation for State collection of all local sales tax and their distribution to cities and counties. Consensus of opinion was against giving counties any share of sales tax collected within the city, and there was some.sentiment against allowing the counties into the sales tax picture at all. Mayor O'Reilly also reported on other items of legislation, relating to cities before the legislature at the .present time. Resolution No. 1202 (New Series) - A Resolution providing for the Execution by the City of San Luis Obispo an Agreement with Kenneth H. Hess, Architect, for Design of Firehouse was passed and adopted on motion of Paul W. Davis, seconded by Fred Lucksinger upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: D.M. Carpenter, Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: None Absent: None Mr. Hess, Architect, presented cost estimate on proposed branch firehouse for both concrete block construction and for frame and stucco construction. On Motion of Paul W.. . ; Davis, seconded by.:Fred Lucksinger, the concrete block construction estimate was accepted for $32,279.00 upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: Paul W. Davis, Fred Lucksinger, Timothy I. O'Reilly Noes: D.M. Carpenter Absent: None Communication from City Engineer, Homer Hamlin, Re: Status of gasoline tax funds for 1953 -54 projects and tentative program for 1953 -54 projedts. The tentative program was approved by common consent of the Council. At the request of the City Engineer, and with the common consent of the Council, the following companies were allowed to blast within the city limits:- 1 - Madonna Construction Co. 2 - L. B. Nelson Co. 3 - McDonald Bros. On motion of D.M. 8arpenter, seconded by Paul W. Davis, the meeting adjourned. Approved this _ day of 0 n