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01/15/1968MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL January 15, 1968 - 7:00 P.M. CITY HALL Roll -Call Present: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel City Staff Present: R. D. Young, Planning Director; J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk; ' H. Johnson, City Attorney; R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer; D. F. Romero, City Engineer; L. Schlobohm, Fire Chief; E. L. Rodgers, Police Chief; E. P. Thompson, Water Department Director. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, the minutes of the meeting of January 2, 1968 were approved. Motion carried. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, claims against the City for the month of January 1968 were approved subject to the approval of the Administrative Officer. 1. Mr. George Wofford, Assistant District Engineer, District V, Division of Highways, appeared before the City Council and explained the procedures followed by the State of California in adopting freeway routes in the State. He then explained the scope of the studies -being conducted by his District for improvements to Highway 101 between San Luis Obispo and the Santa Margarita Inter- change. He stated that the action of the Council would be to approve or disapprove one of the recommended routes, or they could take no action, or they could recommend that additional studies be made on new proposals consistent with the general theme of the realignment. Henry Case; District Advance Planning and Location Engineer, Division of Highways, explained the extent of the studies made to date by the Division of Highways in arriving at the two recommended alternate routes being proposed by the Division of Highways: Mr. Case explained geological studies that have been made and alternate proposals of placing a tunnel through the grade rather than building a highway as proposed. He stated the tunnel idea was dropped due to the extreme cost involved. He also presented for the Council's information a chart showing the project programming schedule, showing the time elapsed from inception of a proposed route . study through the required hearings; design of the project, acquisition of property and construction which for a large project as this Highway 101 takes a total of about nine years. Enrico Bongio questioned the feasibility of the routes presently under discussion by the Division of Highways and felt that other more practical routes for future development should be studied. G. Wofford, stated upon question, that he did.not feel that any phase;of the proposed work would start for at least ten years. H. Miossi, property owner, objected to the route being proposed by the Division of Highways as he feels that the proposal will scar and destroy a very beautiful area and downgrade the beautiful entrance to the City of San Luis Obispo from the north. He felt that this matter should be continued until more adequate studies are made as he feels that the proposed results are not commensurate with the estimated cost involved. He then presented colored pictures showing the existing conditions in the valley that would be covered by the proposed highway construction. He recommended that no action be taken on adopting a route until the existing work now being done on the Cuesta Grade has been completed and its effect on traffic studied. City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 2 Klaus Heilman, Atascadero, stated that the County Highway Committee is studying. this proposed route over the grade and that they are very interested in the accident totals presented by the Division of Highways and that they are extremely interested in this figure in relation to accidents throughout the County on State Highways. Enrico Bongio urged that the Highway Department run this highway through a tunnel 'as is —done in Europe in order to save the hills. Mayor Whelchel suggested that there appeared to him to be enough width available on the existing Cuesta Highway and he wondered why a third lane could not be added for certain stretches on the upgrade side in order to allow slow trucks to have their own lane to allow cars to pass safely. Councilman Donald Q. Miller asked if the City Council could see the geological reports that stated the soil on the east side of the grade was unstable thus requiring construction of the new highway in the valley. He felt that these geological studies should be looked at very carefully as he felt that they were of great importance before any decisions could be made on route selection. He also stated that the matter of water runoff from the canyon through the City of San Luis Obispo should be settled before any route change is approved. He continued that he was opposed to the two proposed routes as presented by the-Division of Highways. H. Case, Engineer at the Division of Highways, stated that the geological reports are available for Council information. - The City Council then discussed with highway representatives the best approach to consider additional alternate routes to the proposals submitted by the State Engineers. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, suggested that one alternate that could be studied would be to keep one direction of traffic on the present Cuesta Highway and that a low level route using a tunnel be constructed for south bound traffic. Even though j this might prove more costly, many of the objections could be overcome by this alternate. H. Case stated that the District Headquarters could do this as much of the basic information is available and it would take 30 -60 days to prepare such a report. He stated he would notify the City Council when this would be available for presentation. The matter of Highway 101 improvement between San Luis Obispo and the Santa Margarita Interchange was continued. 3. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on the Resolution No. 1771, a resolution of intention to annex territory known as the Touchstone Annexation to the City of San Luis Obispo. The City Clerk read a petition from Dominica B. Touchstone, A. J. Smith and M. K. Smith, property owners of the-land within the proposed annexation, stating that they requested annexation to the City and further that after annexation their land would be subject equally with property in the City of San Luis Obispo to pay the bonded indebtedness of said City. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open. No one appeared before the City Council. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing closed. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Miller, the following'ordinance was introduced. Ordinance No. 404, an ordinance of the City of San Luis Obispo approving the annexation to said City of certain uninhabited-territory designated "Touchstone Annexation ". Introduced and-passed to print on the following roll call vote: City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 3 AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None 9:00 P.M. Mayor Whelchel called a recess. 9 :15 P.M. the City Council reconvened with all Councilmen present. 2. Councilman Emmons Blake reported to the City Council on the recommendation of the Joint City Chamber of Commerce Committee for the hiring of an advertising agency to handle City advertising for the six month period ending June 30, 1968. He stated that on Friday, January 12, 1968 the Committee met and heard presentations from three advertising agencies: .(Q.Yambert- Freeman, (2) Morgan- O'Daniels, and (3) Chace Advertising Agency. Councilman Blake briefed the proposal and program of this firm. Councilman Donald Q. Miller,--member of the Committee, presented the following minority report opposing the hiring of Yambert- Freeman Agency. . Subject: Evaluation of an advertising agency to be hired by the City of San Luis Obispo for a fee amounting to $17,500.. Interview held in City Chamber conference room Friday, January 12, 1968. YAMBERT /FREEMAN Three gentlemen from this firm presented their proposal. Presentation: Sophisticated with polish and suaveness dominated. All spoke to members of committee- -which they had never met until the meeting - -first name only. Material which was part of the presentation attractively prepared. It appeared to me to glitter with such perfection that I questioned to myself the validity of what was being presented. Follows their program: 1. Newspaper advertising in major Southern California papers. Los Angeles Times, specifically mentioned -- Oregon and Washington papers too. Nothing indicated for the Valley papers (San Joaquin). Mid -west and one eastern paper would be allocated three ads. To be placed in special issues. 2. Prepared news releases to appear as date lined news stories. In the trade this is called "boiler plate." They indicated tactfully their agency had friends on editorial staffs. 3. Magazine ads in several western tourist_ publications. 4. Sample ad presented to the group. The big "0" ad as they called it. The "0" in Obispo to be the theme to sell sunshine and clean air, etc.. 5. Two or maybe four billboards would.be provided. 6. Detailed accounting of fees and the like may have been on a schedule which I did not see in detail. Mention of allocation of money was not given. At least I do not recall specifics on money. Conclusion: This agency as mentioned gave a smooth, patronizing presentation. They appeared qualified in the area of sounding like "big town lads." I thought they were short on originality. Every Southern California city plays the "Sunshine Game." As came out in the next presentation an ad for Ojai was a carbon copy of what they had presented to us. The amount the City budgeted for advertising is small (as I understand budgets are two or three times the amount we budgeted). To me, $17,500 appears to be a lot of money for a City our size to give for advertising. I therefore was of the opinion the Yambert /Freeman agency could have devoted "creative.time" to the ad format. City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 4 O'DANIELS AND MORGAN These two gentlemen are "local ". I use local in quotes due to Mr. Morgan being in the area six months. Following is their presentation: 1. Newspaper advertising aimed at two major population areas - -Los Angeles and the San Joaquin Valley. They were of the opinion this was our major markets. 2. Limited advertising in Sunset magazine. 3. No billboards - they were frank to admit there was not sufficient money.for this media. 4. Local news service would prepare "boiler plate." 5. The presentation of the format of their ads was interesting. It proved to me these gentlemen had devoted considerable time in designing original ads that would catch the reader's eye. Their knowledge of the area -- especially Mr. O'Daniels -- in my view gave a freshness and newness to their ads. 'Mr. Morgan's design was excellent. Conclusion: These men had taken time to design ads. They played down the tried and true sunshine and introduced the historical lore of the area tied to personalities present and past. After all what makes travel fascinating scenery and sunshine? It's part of travel, people are the main attraction. When we go on a trip the fun is talking and visiting with other people. I liked the O'Daniels- Morgan presentation. The boys were nervous. This is understandable, for they were the roll of the underdog. They gave an accounting of their fee, and its allocation. CHACE Two gentlemen were present. Their campaign was similar to the O'Daniels- Morgan report. One addition: they included billboards. They were honest in stating they did not know the market area. Thus they would run a quickie study by checking motel registrations. Then place the ads accordingly. As I recall they suggested some radio coverage. Conclusion: They made an honest.and matter of fact presentation. Their budget seemed to be within reason. One problem if it can be called a problem, is this firm represents Santa Barbara and other Coastal:Cities. They did not present any ads or format. To sum up: I voted for the O'Daniels- Morgan group. They presented credentials varifying they are an agency. These.gentlemen had a fresh approach. They had taken time to make attractive ads that were different. Lastly they are local men, they appeared to be competent. I would suggest giving the local men the contract. Mr. Morgan, of Morgan- O'Daniels, appeared before the City Council on behalf of their application to handle advertising for the City of San Luis Obispo. Mr. Morgan being a relatively newcomer to the City of San .Luis Obispo listed his qualifications in the job and his ability to handle the City's account. Mr. O'Daniels, of O'Daniels- Morgan, then presented samples of the type of ads that his firm proposes to use to attract tourists to the City of San Luis Obispo. Mr. O'Daniels stated that of the $17,500 budgeted for advertising to June 30, 1968 all of the money budgeted except $950 would be used for advertising and promotion. The $950 would be the fee for the advertising agency, art work, etc. Mr. Morgan then added that in addition to advertising in the Los Angeles Times and the Fresno papers, that they proposed to have advertising placed in the Sunset and Westway magazines. He continued that he and his partner had received additional 12,000 radio spots advertising tourist activities in the Counties on Radio Stations KPRL, Paso Robles, KOAG,.Arroyo Grande, and KVEC, San Luis Obispo. He stated that these 12,000 radio spots equivalent to $29,000 other advertising which would be handled for the City at no cost. City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page S Councilman Arthur F. Spring excused himself from the meeting and deliberations on this matter due to a possible conflict of interest. Mayor Whelchel stated that due to the split between Council members on the-Advertising Committee he would like to hear presentations for advertising programs.from the other two applicants. He stated this was the reason he allowed Morgan- O'Danieis. Company to make their presentation this evening. Councilman Gallagher stated he agreed with the comments of the Mayor and due to the split vote on the Committee would be willing to listen to presentations by the other applicants. Councilman Blake stated he agreed with the comments of the Mayor and due to the split vote on the Committee would be willing to listen to presentations by the other. applicants. Councilman Blake stated that he felt that the majority vote on the Committee was still valid and'felt that the City Council should go along with -their'recommendation. He continued that the Committee's system would be very poor indeed if each action had to be unanimous. He stated he felt that these three•advertising firms were given a fair hearing by the Committee and urged the City Council to go along with their recommendation. Councilman Miller agreed that the other two advertising companies should be allowed to make their presentation to the City Council just as has been done by Morgan - .0'Daniels. Bob Brown, Manager of KVEC, stated that the radio spots mentioned by Morgan- O'Daniels was an exclusive offer by Radio Station KVEC to this.firm but that the same offer would be available to any agency handling advertising for the City of San Luis Obispo. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Mayor Whelchel, that the City Council accept the recommendation of the Committee and retain Yambert /Freeman to do the advertising for the six month period to June 30, 1968. Motion lost on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, C1ell W. Whelchel NOES: Frank Gallagher, Donald Q. Miller ABSENT: Arthur F. Spring: On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Mayor Whelchel, that Yambert /Freeman Company and the Chace Advertising Company be asked to appear before the City Council on January 22 or 29, 1968, to make a presentation to handle the City's advertising. Motion carried. 8. At this time the City Council discussed the appointment -of a citizens group to study the preservation of the beauty of the hills and other landscaped areas in and around San Luis Obispo. Communication from the League of Women Voters showing an interest in the appointment of this Committee and offering to help the City Council on this study in any way possible. Mr. Ron Dunin, Chairman of the Motel /Hotel Division of the Chamber of Commerce, urged the City Council to adopt this committee and to proceed with implementing it by appointing members. On motion of Councilman Spring, seconded by Councilman Blake, that the City author- ize the formation of a Committee to be known as the San Luis the Beautiful Committee to study protecting the hills and other landscaped areas in the City. Motion carried. 1 1 1 City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 page 6 Bob Burrows, Meinecke Street, offered to serve on this Committee. The following names were ai`so suggested to the City Council as possible members of this Committee. Ken Schwartz, Harold Miossi, Allan Johnson, Mrs. George.Drumm, Myron Graham, Robert Leitcher and Louisana Dart. Mayor Whelchel stated the City would contact these nominees to see if they wanted to serve on this San Luis the Beautiful Committee. 4. Communication from Dr. B. Kennelly, 1497 Slack Street, requesting a decision by the City Council regarding sidewalk improvements along his property adjacent to- Buena Vista Street. Dr. Kennelly stated if the City does not plan to widen Buena Vista in the near future he requests that he be permitted to install sidewalk, curb and gutter on the present boundary of Buena Vista Street adjacent to his property. He stated if the City plans on widening Buean Vista in the near future he requests permission to postpone sidewalk improvements until the street is widened or a decision is made regarding its future development. The City Council discussed the fairest approach to placing curb, gutter and sidewalk along Buena Vista Street. It was moved by Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, that the area be left as is and postpone installation of curb, gutter and sidewalks until needed. Motion carried. Councilman Donald Q. Miller voting no. 5. Communication from the County Department of Public Health, regarding the appointment of a representative to the Comprehensive Health Planning Council was continued and the City Clerk was instructed to contact the Health Department and see what type of person they wished on this Committee. 6A. & 6B. Communication from Maino Construction Company forwarding statements to improvements to Los Osos Road adjacent to Tract No. 347 and memorandum from the City Engineer regarding this payment was continued at the request of Mr. Maino. R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer, reported to the City Council that under present administration Gas Tax Funds can not be used for improvement of Los Osos Road adjacent to Tract No. 347. 7. Communication from G. W. Shipsey, representing Patricia Ledson, offering to seil'the Ledson property on Broad Street to the City of San Luis Obispo adjacent to the Mission Plaza District for $15,500. On motion of Councilman Spring, seconded by Councilman Miller, that the City accept the offer•of Ledson to be paid with bed tax funds. Motion carried. 9. Communication from the League of California Cities relative to an amendment to the existing formula of distribution of cigarette taxes to Cities in the State. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the-following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1786, a resolution of the City of San Luis 'Obispo supporting a recommendation of the League of California Cities Finance Officer's Section on compromise formula for-distribution of cigarette taxes to Cities within the State. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, C1ell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None City Council Minutes January" 15, 1968 Page 7 10. On motion of Councilman Spring, seconded by Councilman Miller, the City Attorney was instructed to proceed with the acquisition of property needed to widen the north side of Foothill Boulevard between Santa Rosa and Chorro Street. Motion carried. 11. Memorandum from the City Engineer regarding litter receptacles for the downtown area was continued so that additional information on different types of receptacles could be procured, particularly concrete receptacles. ' 12. H. Johnson, City Attorney, reported to the City Council that he hopes to have a complete report on property acquisitions and easements in the Mission Plaza area shortly. The matter was continued. 13. Progress on the rifle range building at the Fire Training Site on Prado Road was continued. 14. At this time the City Council considered the final passage of Ordinance No. 402, an ordinance rezoning property located on the southeast corner of.Lincoln and Hill from R -1 to PD /R -2. D. Wheeler, developer, asked the City Council who would pay for the 8" water line and hydrant on Lincoln from Chorro to Hill Street. He stated this was one of the conditions of the development but no one had assumed the cost. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, stated that the ordinance install the water line adequate to serve his developme if the City were to hook existing services in the line share of the cost. D. Wheeler stated that his proposed development cannot thing to the water line but might pay a portion of the required the developer to at but he stated in this case it could pay a proportionate afford to contribute any - cost of the hydrant. He continued that there was very little profit involved in this development and that he could not pay anything towards the water line. E. P. Thompson, Water Department Director, recommended that this developer comply with the ordinance as adopted and pay for the installation of the required 8" main and hydrant. He explained in detail the provisions of the water ordinance regarding extensions. He also explained the conditions of the water lines existing in the general area of this development. Councilman Miller stated he felt the.developer should pay the full cost of the water improvement as has been required of all developers in the City large or small. After some discussion by the City Council it was moved by Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Spring, that the City share in the cost of the water line and hydrant on a 50/50 basis. Motion carried. Councilman Blake and Councilman Miller voting no. On motion of .Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, the following ordinance was introduced for final passage. Ordinance No. 402, an ordinance rezoning property located on the southeast corner of Lincoln Street and Mill Street from R -1 to PD /R -2 District. Finally passed on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald:Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 8 15. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the following ordinance was introduced for final passage.. Ordinance No. 403, an ordinance rezoning property located on the west of the Freeway and lying between Broad and Chorro Streets, Block 68, Lots 1, 2 and 3, Town of San Luis Obispo from PD /R -0 to R -O -S. Finally passed on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None 22. A. F. Warden, owner of the Warden property in Block 10, Mission Plaza Block, . requested that the City Council take down the concrete block wall adjacent to his building and to the rear of the Old Coronet Store Building and also grant him permission to install windows and a door from his property to the patio to the. rear of the Old Coronet Store Building. Mr. Warden stated that he had a tenant who wished to open a candle factory in this building but wished to take advantage of the Mission Mall patio with his new enterprise. Councilman Blake stated that the owner and tenants of the Mission Mall property have no objection to the removal of the concrete block wall nor do they object to display windows facing the patio. They do question the right of access from the Warden property to the Mission Mall patio. John Reid, San Luis Obispo National Bank representing Dr. Middleton, stated he had no objection to the removal of the wall-but stated he objected to the encroach- ment of additional access to the patio behind the Mission Mall as he was sure it would interfere with the restaurant operation which is to be on the patio. He stated he did not feel it was right and proper to require the removal of tables from the patio area to allow access to adjacent property. He continued that the patio area to be used by.the restaurant is quite small due to the City requirement of an open access from Higuera to the rear. He-further contended that all businesses facing the rear of Mission Plaza should face the Creek and not adjacent uses. Don Barnett, prospective tenant of the Warden Building, explained his proposed operation and urged Council approval of the access from the Warden property to the patio in the.rear`of the Mission Mall. The City Council, Mr. Raid and Mr. Warden discussed the problem of access from adjacent properties to the patio to the rear of the Mission Mall. Mr. Warden stated that if the City would remove the block wall he would sandblast and.seal the common brick adjacent to the.Mission Mall to compliment the Middleton development. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, that the City forces remove the block wall immediately, that Warden be allowed to place an angle door in.the northwest corner.of his building and that he be allowed to place show windows along the Mission Mall patio. Motion carried. ' 16. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1785, a resolution of the City Council of San Luis Obispo requesting the Atomic Energy Commission to grant Pacific Gas. and Electric Company a construction permit for a nuclear power plant in San Luis Obispo County.. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 9 17.- On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, the following resolution was introduced. . Resolution No..1782, a resolution filing condemnation proceedings against the Olgiati property for water tank site and water lines. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: .Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None 18. On motion. of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Spring, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1783, a resolution filing-condemnation proceedings against the D. Madonna property for street realignment on Monterey Street. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher,.Arthur. F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None 19. On motion of.Councilman.Blake, seconded by Councilman Spring, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1784, a resolution increasing the 1967 -68 budget. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons-Blake, Frank Gallagher, Arthur F. Spring, Donald Q. Miller, Clell W. Whelchel NOES: None ABSENT: None 24. The City Clerk presented a report on bids received for furnishing ground" aluminiim sulfate for the City of San Luis Obispo as follows: RATE PER FREIGHT TOTAL BIDDER TON SALES TAX PER TON PER TON TOTAL BID Industrial Chemicals, Div. $56.74 $.057* $ 9.00 $65.797 $119843.46 Allied Chemical Corp. 6510 Bandini Road Los Angeles,Calif. 90022 McKesson and Robbins 56.96 0 9.00 65.96 11,872.00 Post Office Box 22025 Los Angeles, Calif. 90022 Stauffer Chemical Company 57.25 0 9.00 66.25 119925.00 500 S. Virgil Avenue Los Angeles, Calif. 90005 City Council Minutes January 15, 1968 Page 10 RATE PER FREIGHT TOTAL BIDDER TON SALES TAR PER -TON PER TON TOTAL MID Tops Chemical Co. $57.00 $3.35 $10.00 $70.35 $12,663.00 860 South Garrard Blvd. Richmond, Calif. 94801 Van Waters and Rogers 57.75 0 9.80 67.55 129159.00 Braun Division Post Office Box 2062 ' Terminal Annex Los Angeles,. Calif. 90054 * Sales tax based on information from the City of San Luis Obispo, that 80% of aluminum sulfate is non - taxable and 20% is taxable. On motion of Councilman - Blake,. seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the low bid of Industrial Chemicals, Div. was accepted. Motion carried. 25. The City Clerk reported on bids received for furnishing liquid chlorine as follows: BIDDER RATE PER TON SALES TAR TOTAL PER TON TOTAL BID Jones Chemicals, Inc. $123.00 $6.15 $129.15 $11,623.50 Post Office Box 275 (Free use of cylinders for ;90 days. $1.00 per day Torrance, Calif. thereafter.) McKesson and Robbins $159.00 $7.95 $166.95 $15,025.50 Post Office Box 22025 (Free use of cylinders for 90 days. $1.00 per day Los Angeles, Calif. 90022 thereafter.) Tops Chemical Co. $155.00 $7.75 $162.75 $149647.50 860 South Garrard Boulevard (Free use of cylinders for 90 days. $1.00 per day Richmond, Calif. 94801 thereafter.) On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the low bid of Jones Chemicals, Inc. was accepted. Motion.carried. 26. The City Clerk reported on the following bids received for furnishing petroleum products to the City of San Luis Obispo. (See Exhibit A) On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Spring, the low bid-in each category was accepted. Motion carried. 27. The City Clerk reported on the following bids received for construction of Municipal Parking Lot No. 2 Improvements, City Plan No. 14 -68. 1. C. S. Construction Co. $12,874.00 Post Office Box 24 Pismo Beach, Calif. 2. J. A. O'Kelley and Son 129986.00 245 Tank Farm Road ' San Luis Obispo, California 3. Ted Watkins Construction Company 139390.00 Post Office Box 1380 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 4. Harms Brothers 141,557.90 5261 Stockton Boulevard Sacramento, Calif. 5. Burke Construction Co. 149900.00 Post Office Box 957 San Luis.Obispo, California Engineer's Estimate 159291.49 City Council Minutes January 15, 1 %8 Page 11 D. F. Romero, City Engineer, recommended that the low bid of C. S. Construction Company be accepted. on motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, -.the low bid of C. S. Construction Company was accepted. Motion carried. 31. on motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, the.following contract payments were approved and ordered paid. Motion carried. BURKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Est. #3 $480.15 Minor Drainage :Improvements (1007. Comp)ete) BURKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Est. #4 1,067.00 Minor Drainage Improvements (100% Complete) 32. On motion'of Councilman Miller, seconded bylCouncilman Gallagher,. the following salary step increases were approved and ordered paid. Motion carried.. ARMENTA, Gerald R., Maintenance Man II, from Step 3 at $480 to Step 4 at $508 per month, effective February. 19 1968. KRANICH, Beatrice A., Stenographer (Police Dept.), from Step 3 at $430 to Step 4 at.$455 per month, effective February 1, 1968. N=ETON, Kenneth Allen, Utility Plant Operator. 1. from Step 1 at'$430:to Step-2 at•$455 per month, effective February 1, 1968. SPENCER, William Randolph, Fireman, from Step 4 at $617 to Step 5 at $652 per month, effective February 1, 1968.: R. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by- Councilman Blake, H. Johnson; City Attorney, was authorized to attend the State wide meeting on Local Agency Formation Commissions'.in San Diego,'Californi&. .Motion carried. Y. R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer,.announced the appointment of:Melinda Metcalf as Parking.Enforcement Officer, effective January 16, 1968 at $405 per month subject to a one year probationary period. Z. On motion of Councilman Gallagher; seconded by Councilman Miller, the :meeting. adjourned to Monday, January 22, 1968. Motion carried. APPROVED: January 29, 1968 c % H FITZPATRICK CITY CLERK i L. 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