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05/18/19531.0 Communication from Coca Cola Bottling Co. and check for license for Vending i'achines from January 1, 1950 was ordered received and filed. Communication from the Ladies of the Moose to solicit donations on a cedar chest from May 11th to May 23rd was ordered received and filed on motion of Kenneth W. Jones, seconded by Paul 4.Davis. Communication from the Frito Co. requesting a pro -rata refund on a business license, as they are no longer sending a truck into the City Limits was denied on motion of Kenneth W.Jones, seconded by Paul W.Davis. Communication from Standard Motors and Equipment Co. was held over. By common consent of the Council the meeting adjourned. Approved this day of xo—.r Ci y Clerk City Hall, Monday, May 1$, 1953 - 7:30 P.M. The City Council met in regular session; Mayor Fred H.Lucksinger presiding. Present: Paul W.Davis, Richard E.Gragg, Kenneth W.Jones, Fred H.Lucksinger Absent: Nels Beck The Minutes of the meeting of May 4th and Adjourned meeting of May 15, 1953 were approved. Claims for the month of May were approved and ordered paid subject to the approva: of the heads of the respective departments end the Mayor. Mr. R.Van A.Stoltze representing the L.F.Nelson Co. presented the final sub- division maps for the PARK VIEW HOMES, Tract j{2, for the Council's approval. The maps were tentatively approved, on motion of Paul W.Davig, seconded by Fred Lucksinger, subject to filing of bond inappropriate amount and subject to a written Agreement between L. B. Nelson Co. and the Public Works Department regarding inspection fees. Mr. Merlyn Carpenter, Chairman of the Retail i "lerchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, appeared before the Council requesting that during the forthcoming Druid's Convention, the people attending the convention, be given a sticker for the windshields of their cars so that they would not receive parking tickets for all night parking on city streets and overtime parking in metered zones; the request was granted on motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Kenneth W.Jones and that the Chamber Committee work out details of stickers etc. with the Police Department. At this time Mayor Lucksinger appointed the following "Citizens Committee" to study the City Business License Ordinance and to recomrr,end changes to City Council. Banning Garrett, Chairman Theodore Greenall Harold J. Anderson Francis R.Scott Dr. L. C. Gaebe V,'ickson R. Woolpert Michael Halpin Robert A.Knight Howard S.Bowen James McLain, ex- officio member, representing the Governmental Affairs Section of the Chamber of Commerce Communications: Re: Communication from Albert J. Knoll, Pres. of the S.L.O. Ministerial Assn. relative 1 C 1 1 1 1 it 1 to invocation at the Council meetings; It was moved by Kenneth W. Jones,. seconded by Richard E.Gragg that the City accept offer of the Ministerial Assn to have invocation by a representative of the Mini .sterial Assn. at each City Councilmeeting. The City Clerk was instructed to send a list of the Council meetings so that the Ministerial Assn. could make a roster of Ministers to attend the meetings. The request of the American Legion Post #66 to solicit donations to raise funds was granted on motion of Richard E.Gragg, seconded by Paul W.Davis. Permission was granted the Veterans of Foreign 'gars, Harold J. Anderson Post #1766 to sell poppies on the streets of S.L.O. Friday and Saturday, May 22nd and 23rd on motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Richard E.Gragg. Communication from Camden Hathway Re: Request for city license for claw machines, was referred to the City Attorney for written_ opinion for legality. Communication from the California State Poly Uol.lege Re: requesting the Council's permission to install valves in the city water line; permission was granted by the Council on motion of Paul W.Davis; seconded by Fred H.Lucksinger. Communication from the U.S.Sewing Center for permission to move their location from 698 Higuera St. to 715 Higuera St.; by common.consent of the Council, the communi- cati ,)n was referred to the Building Inspector for disposition. Re: List of Refunds for water connections submitted by Albert Nelson in Tract No. 30 Escuela Alta Sub. was presented to the Council for payment; on motion of Kenneth W. Jones, seconded by Richard E.Gragg it was ordered the refunds be paid. i°iotion carried. Communication from the State compensation Insurance Fund enclosing dividand check in the amount of $2051.18, which represents 33% of the workmen's compensation insurance premium was ordered received and filed on motion.of Paul 6V.Davis, seconded by Fred H.Lucksinger. The request of Willard M. Reed for a leave of absence to be extended as a Crossing Guard was granted on motion of Richard E.Gragg, seconded by Kenneth W.Jones. Communication from the Division of Highways requesting cancellation of taxes was granted on motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Richard E.Gragg. Communication from David Ulansky Re: request for full 20¢ tax levy was referred to the Budget Committee. Communication from Wm. Rooney he: Salary Resolution to include "Part Time Maintenance " was referred to the Budget Committee. Communication from Richard Miller Re: BLANKET BONDS for city employees: It was moved by Paul W.Davis, seconded by Fred H.Lucksinger that the Council approve the specifications for Blanket Bonds and that the bids be opened at 10 A.M., June 1st, 1953 and that the City .Clerk mail a copy of the specifications to each insurance agent that had presented informal bids. He: The following Step Increases were presented to the Council for approval: Hazel Arnett- From Step #1 to Step ;#2 - $ 215.00 per mo. Roy Collins- 1t " " 'r fr 354.00 Mary DeBrum- " " " " 215.00 " John Laursen " " " " 254.00 On motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Fred H.Lucksinger, the above increases were granted The following reports were ordered received and filed: Report of the City Clerk for the month of April, 1953 City Collector rr n rr rr City Treasurer for the months of January, February & Marsh, 1953• The following Merchandising Bonds and applications for city licenses were approved on motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Richard E.Gragg: 11 Ii L. C. Brasher & Rudolph.A.Silva - Anderson Hotel - -Watch Repair & Jewlery William:; Karlak - Hobby and Novelty Shop - 684 Higuera St. The following applications for Contractor's Licenses were received and on motion of Kenneth 'vi.Jones, seconded by Richard E.Gragg,'the bonds were approved, sureties accepted and registration granted: - Dillard Tile Co. - Class "E" - Ceramic Tile Contractor Robert Lambeth - - Class "ETl General Louis Electric Co;-- Class "E" Electrical Williams Roofing & Supply Class "Et' Roofing Contractor On motion of Paul W.D.,vis, seconded by Fred H.Lucksinger, the following Estimates and Change Orders on Contracts were approved and ordered paid: ESTIMATES Henry Dalessi - SAN LUIS DRIVE EXTEi,'SION - Est. #6- jy 2043.77 Maino Construction Co. - SEWAGE WORKS.ENLARGENIENT 4- Est. #9 2527.15 W.M. Lyles•& Co. - FOOTHILL WATERLINE IMP. BOOSTER STA. Est. #1- 1320.84 Walter Bros. - SLACK STREET TREE REMOVAL - Est. #1 540.00 Walter Bros. . " " Est #2 (Final) 60.00 CHANGE ORDERS 11.M-Lyles Co. - Change Order #1' FOOTHILL WATERLINE IMP. 282.00 Henry Dalessi " " #1 - JOHNSON STREET IMP. #18 ( minus ) 64.80 RESOLUTION NO. 1221 (New Series) - A Resolution increasing the 1952 -53 Water Budget was passed.and adopted on motion of Paul. W.Davis, seconded by Richard E. Grag,g upon the following roll call vote: Ayes: Paul W.Davis� Richard E.Gragg, Kenneth W. Jones, Fred Lucksinger Noes: None Absent: Nels Beck On motion of Paul W.Davis, seconded by Kenneth (.Jones, the Final Passage of Ordinance No. 381 (New aeries) was voted on by the following roll call vote: 1 Ayes: None Noes: Paul ti'W.Davis, Richard E.Gragg, Kenneth VW.Jones, Fred H.Lucksizger Absent: Nels Beck The City Council , City Attorney and Executive Secretary are to meet with Air. Nelson of the California Polytechnic College Re: "water service "to the College The Executive Secy. Richard Miller, sought Council's advice on employee who made a false or incomplete statement in his original employment questionnaire. Mayor Lucksinger said that in the case Mr. 14iller was referring to, he believed the Department was handling the matter. On motion of Paul ',;:.-.Davis, seconded by Kenneth W.Jones, the meeting adjourned. i Approved this day 0 G% /�.?".3 Apr u 1