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02/05/1968MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE February 5, 1968 - CITY HALL Roll Call CITY COUNCIL 7:00 P.M. 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; ' W. E. Flory, Park and Recreation Director; H. Johnson, City Attorney;•R. D. Miller., Administrative Officer; D. F. Romero, City Engineer; L. Schlobohm, Fire Chief; E. L. Rodgers, Police Chief. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, claims against the City for the month of February 1968 were approved and ordered paid subject to the approval of the Administrative Officer. Motion carried. -----------------------------------=---------------- --- ---- ------- --- ----- - --- -- 1. Councilman.Miller and Councilman Spring made the following recommendations to. the City Council on the request by the Firemen's.Association for changes in salaries and working conditions. The Councilmen stated they had met with the representatives of the Firemen's Association on several occasions and made the following recommendations: 1. That the Fireman's work week be reduced from 72 to 64 hours per week and that 4 additional firemen be recruited and given some training prior to July 1, 1968 when the new work week would go into effect. The first year cost of.this change would be $30,000 including retirement coverage, compensation insurance, etc. 2. In regard to firemen salaries it was the recommendation of the Committee that this matter be continued to the normal budget session when all employees' salaries were considered. 3. In regard to the request for establishment of Fire Engineer the Committee felt that the Fire Department already has quite a number of supervisory employees in relation to the number of employees to be-supervised and further that the Committee felt that each fireman should be trained to fulfill the duties of hoseman and equipment operator as well as other duties normally connected with the fire duties. 4. In connection with the salary range of Mrs. Fisher, the Committee has requested•that the Administrative Officer look into the advisability of establish- ing a Senior Typist Clerk position which would reflect the heavy typing load-that Mrs. Fisher carries. This would be included in the salary recommendations at budget time. 5. In regard to the request for paid overtime the Committee felt that overtime should only be paid when off duty personnel are called back in the case of major fires or were-sent out of town on Civil Defense emergencies; Overtime would be paid on a straight time basis based on an hourly factor of the monthly salary divided by 173 and that minimum of two hours.be paid only when an actual fire is involved. Emergency responses with the Civil Defense pumper would be compensated with the daily rate of pay based on the monthly salary divided by 12 to the extent that the time spent on the call was on the fireman's scheduled day off. The Committee recommended that no overtime would be paid to personnel above the:rank of Captain. 6. The Committee reported that in the course of their deliberations on the request of the Firemen's Association they found that at least one other City had developed a unique plan of eliminating Columbus Day as a holiday for City employees since most private employers work that day and in most cases the employee would be allowed a holiday on their birthday. The Committee felt this would avoid extensive rescheduling in connection with Columbus Day for employees who are required to work that day and should also be well received by the employees in the Committee's opinion. The Committee recommended that this change be made starting January 1, 1969. City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 2 The City Council discussed the recommendation of the Council Committee regarding the working conditions and salary requests of the Firemen's Association. Councilman Gallagher stated this was the first reading of this report and while he was not opposed to the recommendations, he would like to consider the impact on the City's budget when"all departmental requests are submitted. 1 Councilman Blake felt he, too, wished more time to study the requests and recommenda- tions before going along with the Committee. He stated he was not opposed but he felt more consideration should be' given. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Spring, that the Committee recommendation number one be accepted and that °the Administrative Officer start recruiting the necessary personnel for implementation. The other five recommenda- tions of the Committee be continued to the Council Budget Session. Motion carried. Councilman Blake and Councilman Gallagher voting no. Fire Captain Elton Hall, President of the Firemen's Association, stated upon question, that, if the City Council approved the shorter work week at this time, he was sure the firemen would be" satisfied with this arrangement for the forseeable future and would not request a further reduction in hours.for many years. 2. Communication from the Veterahs of Foreign Wars requesting that the City purchase 60 more parking meter flag holders to take the place of the holes in the sidewalk and also for extra'holders for new flags. i On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Spring, the request was approved and the City authorized to purchase 60 flag holders. Motion carried. 4. Communication from the California State Polytechnic College notifying the City that the signalization and related work at the intersection of California and Foothill Boulevard was completed on October 11', 1967 and asking that the City Council accept maintenance. D. F. Romero.,-City. Engineer, stated.that he would recommend acceptance of this installation by the City and then explained the problem in synchronization with the railroad crossing arms and traffic signals. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Miller, that the City accept the signal installation and agree to maintain. Motion carried. On motion of Councilman Miller, 'seconded by Councilman Blake, that the Southern Pacific Company be asked to make a study to improve the:cros,sing signal synchroni= zation with the traffic signals. Motion carried. 3. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on the report of the Superintendent of Streets on the cost of work for repairs of sidewalk at the following locations. Henry C. Dalessi R. C. and N. Gim Lee Albert H. Nelson A.. and C. Renetzky 1/2, Etal W. F. Spengler Jr. 940 Santa Rosa Street (Also Palm Street side) 1305 Palm Street 774 Marsh Street Easterly side 900 block Morro Street 876 Higuera Street Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open. $307.74 56.70 17.82 209.14 45.32 City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 3 Mr. Rulchin, 940 Santa Rosa Street, objected to the,cost assessed to this property as he feels that the work was poorly done and that the repair work done subsequently was of no better quality than the original work and feels that the work should - either be done correctly or his cost should be reduced proportionately.. If the City Council did not wish to do this, he would like the City Council to guarantee that he will not have to replace this sidewalk for many years. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, explained that the contractor had removed and replaced the sidewalk installation previously objected to by the property owner and in accordance with the recommendations of the Council. He went on that the Engineering Department, in an attempt to bring the problem of standing water within some reasonable limits, had authorized removal of additional sidewalk, thus the bill was slightly greater than previously. Mr. Romero explained that the problem of standing water was not solved by the work and could not be solved (as he had previously pointed out to the Council) without a major reconstruction of the sidewalk. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing closed. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1791, a resolution confirming costs of sidewalks repaired pursuant to the 1911 Act and making said costs a lien against the property and collectible with the City taxes. 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 5. Communication from Mr. and Mrs. B. Tunnell, 2505 Johnson Avenue, again bringing to the Council's attention the poor condition of their driveway ramp installed on order of the City Council which was constructed in such a way that they have an improper entrance to their property. They claim that cars entering the driveway drag on the street which causes costly auto repairs, that the concrete in the driveway entrance has pulled apart, the concrete is cracked and within a short time with all _these problems they feel the whole thing will cave in within a short time They requested that the -City repair the driveway at the City's expense so that it-can be used satisfactorily. J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk, read a report from D. F. Romero, City Engineer, explaining the background leading to the construction of the present dirveway. The report explained that the Engineering Department had been following Council policy in enforcing City standards and that the difficulty with access occurred due to the fact that the Tunnell's had refused to modify their own private driveway on their lot. Councilman Miller explained the background of the Tunnell driveway problem in detail. He continued that, after study of this problem by the City Council prior to installation of the sidewalk, that the City Council instructed the City Engineer to modify the normal sidewalk standard in order to make the new driveway useable by the property owner. Councilman Miller continued that the modification ordered by the City Council was not done and only a small reduction in the elevation of the rear of the driveway ramp was made. This driveway is now completed and is unsatisfactory to the property owner making. access difficult and causing damage to cars hanging up on the sidewalk entering or leaving the property. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, explained that the contractor for the Tunnell's was informed of the Council decision to modify the driveway ramp but that the contractor refused to proceed with the recommended modification due to the extra cost involved. D. F. Romero continued that he did not feel that the City had any responsibility in correcting any problems with the Tunne11 driveway as the work was done by the property owner's contractor. 1 1 1 City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 4 Mr. Tunnell stated that he was sure that his contractor was not informed by the City Engineer to modify his driveway so that it could be used. He stated that had the contractor been informed, there is no question but that the driveway ramp would have been modified as the contractor knew it did not work under the City standard. He continued that as the property owner he felt that this sidewalk and ramp should be repaired at City expense as he felt the work was ordered by the City, paid for by the property owner and was done under City inspection and he does not feel that he should be required to pay twice for the same job. Mr. Romero pointed out that, since the matter was brought before the.Council five years after the construction, when the contractor had long since left the area, there was no way to verify the actual circumstances leading to the unsatisfactory constructiori.' He pointed out that the matter should have been brought before the Council immediately after the construction, when all parties were available for comment. Mr. Romero explained that it was simply not reasonable for the Engineering Depart- ment, whose sole function is to carry out the desires of the Council, to refuse to follow Council directions, but that it was reasonable for a contractor faced with a substantial cost in removing base and subgrade excavation and resetting forms, to refuse a permissive direction, and that this was the circumsnance =which occurred. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Spring, that the City put in a new driveway at the Tunnell property as modified by the City Council and at City expense. D. F. Romero, City Engineei, stated that either of his suggested A or B modifications would allow the Tunnell's to use their driveway without hanging up their vehicles. Motion carried. Councilman Blake':voting no. The matter of the J. R•. Butler driveway problem at 1030 Ella Street was continued. 6. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on the recommendation of the Planning Commission to amend the City Zoning Ordinance to allow small animal veterinary clinics in the R -0 and in the C -N District of the use permit. R. D. Young, Planning Director, presented the City Council resolution 82 -67 of the City Planning Commission recommending that Section 9200.32 arid: 9200.34 of the Municipal Code be amended to permit small animal veterinary clinics within a com- pletely enclosed building and with no boarding except as incidental to medical care subject to use permit approval and further to amend Section: 9200.01 of the-Municipal Code to include a definition of small animal veterinary clinic in accordance with the definition. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open. Dr. P. J. Van Eckhout, DVM, appeared before the City Council on behalf of his request-to amend the Municipal Code-to allow small animal veterinary clinics in neighborhood shopping centers. He then presented a slide demonstration of the type of clinics he had in mind as are operating in other areas of Southern California in neighborhood shopping centers. He continued that, through the use permit procedure and other controls that this use would be compatible with other uses in a shopping center. Mayor Whelchel declared the public-hearing closed. On motion of Councilman-Blake,�seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the following ordinance was introduced and passed to print. Ordinance No. 405, an ordinance amending portions of the Zoning Ordinance. Introduced and passed to print on the following roll call vote: AYES: Emmons Blake, Frank Gallagher, Donald Q. Miller; Clell W. Whelchel City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 5 NOES: Arthur F. Spring ABSENT: None 7. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on the appeal of City Neon of a denial by the Planning Commission to allow a sign in the required setback at 774 Foothill Boulevard (Cork IN Bottle). Mort C. Buckley, Sales Consultant for City Neon, submitted a letter to the City Council urging that the City Council grant the variance to allow the Cork IN Bottle Liquor Store to place their sign in the required setback at 774 Foothill Boulevard. He continued that this was the best location for the si.gn so that it could be seen from both directions on Foothill Boulevard. He feels this would be the most valuable location for the sign, would serve the business the best and would really be of no disadvantage to the adjoining properties. 1. The applicant is requesting.a variance to allow the construction of a sign in the required ten foot street yard setback area. The sign location as proposed would place the pole eleven feet from the front property line. The sign would project eight feet into the required street yard. 2. The Zoning Ordinance prohibits the erection, of a structure . in a required. yard. 3. The sign can be located on the property in -such a manner so that it conforms to the Ordinance requirement and can be viewed from Foothill Boulevard. 4. There are no exceptional or extraordinary circumstances or conditions applicable to the property involved or to the intended use of the property which do -not apply generally to other property in the same District. 5. There are no grounds for the granting of the requested variance. The approval of this request would set a precedent for similar requests in other areas of the community. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open. Reverend Loughran protested the installation of this sign as he felt the proposed sign was.ugly and would not -add anything to the neighborhood but would hide some of the natural beauty.surrounding the City. He was opposed to any sign being added to this sign jungle of the City as it is .too.large.and is an insult to the travelling public. . Mr. Bowles, Co -owner of the Cork IN Bottle, stated that the continued success of his business depends upon this sign as an advertisement for patrons wishing to call on his business. Further, due to the setback location of the building, he felt his place of business required.this identification. He stated he felt that the area suggested for the location of the sign would be the best for him and least annoying to his, neighbors. He continued that he felt there was no other spot on his property where this sign would be of any use to him or his patrons and urged that the City Council grant him this variance. Mayor Whelchel declared the public- hearing closed. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Blake, that the appeal be denied and the variance not granted. Notion carried. Councilman Spring and Councilman Gallagher voting no. 8. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on Resolution No. 1776, a resolution requiring curb.and gutter improvements on San -Luis Drive - between California and Munoz Streets. 1 1 1 City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 6 D. F. Romero, City Engineer, presented a sketch of the improvement to be made and explained the scope and estimated cost of these improvements. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open.. No one appeared before the City Council. 1 Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing closed. On motion of Councilman Miller; seconded by Councilman Gallagher, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1792, a resolution determining that public convenience requires construction of curb and gutter on San Luis Drive between California and Munoz -in-the City of San Luis Obispo. 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 9. At this time the City Council held a public hearing on the appeal of Karl Kundert from a denial by the Planning Commission for a use permit for a car wash and gasoline pump .island to be located at the southwest corner of Osos and Palm Streets. R. D. Young, Planning Director, stated that the Planning Commission by resolution No. 3 -68 denied the application for a variance on the basis that the proposed facilities would.not be compatible with existing development in the area particular - ly the City Hall, City Library, and County Buildings. Further, the-Commission concluded that this type of facility should be located in . the heavy commercial district or on the fringe of the central core area on major streets which could adequately serve the use. Mayor Whelchel declared the public hearing open. Myron Graham stated that he objected to development as proposed in this area as he felt it was incompatible with the general neighborhood and hoped that the City Council would go along with the denial of.the•Planning Commission. Mayor Whelchel declared the.public hearing closed. The City Council discussed the request and felt that the proposed use would not be compatible with the general area and the neighboring uses. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, that-the Council deny the appeal and uphold the action of the Planning Commission. Motion carried. 10. W. E. Flory, Park and Recreation Director, reported to the City Council on a meeting he attended on January 24, 1968 to help establish rules and.regulations for the disbursement of federal funds to State Agencies and Local Jurisdictions 1 under the provisions of the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 was ordered.received and filed. W. E. Flory was requested by the City Council to prepare an application for Federal Matching Funds for the Laguna Lake project. W. E. Flory, Park and Recreation Director, presented the conclusions on his studies requested by the City Council for comparison of recreational activities of compar- able communities. W. E. Flory then briefed the general activities carrie& on by other communities with this program. City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 7 Report was ordered received and filed. 9:15 P.M. the Mayor called a recess, 9:30 P.M. the City Council reconvened with all members present. 12. Communication from the Division -of Highways regarding utility agreement for ' authorizing the raising and adjustment of the existing sewer manhole covers, water valve covers, and monument covers now existing in, Broad and Higuera Streets. Said streets to be reconstructed by the Division of Highways. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1793, a resolution approving and authorizing the Mayor to sign the-Utility Agreement with the Division of-Highways. 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 13. Communication from the Division of Highways - notifying the City Council of a change in the streets and Highways Code authorizing the use of gas tax funds for the replacement of trees during widening projects was ordered received and filed. 14. At this time the City Engineer submitted a list of properties to be required to place sidewalks under the provisions of City Ordinance'No. 257. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, briefly explained the improvements to be made. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Blake, the following resolution was introduced. Resolution No. 1794, a resolution preliminarily determining that public convenience and necessity requires that sidewalks be installed on portions of various streets in the City of San Luis Obispo and setting a date for public hearing on'such matter., 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 D. F. Romero, City Engineer, then brought several other areas to the Council's attention in accordance with the priority list established of properties needing sidewalks. After presentation it was moved by Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, that City forces put in the required sidewalks at 161 Highland Drive at City expense in order to connect to the stairs to the'school property. Motion carried. Councilman Spring and Councilman Blake voting no. 15. Mayor Whelchel stated that he was asked by one of the cardroom operators to bring to the Council's attention the relaxing of the- existing City ordinance requiring all cardrooms to close at 2:00 A.M. " The Mayor stated that this person wished the City to allow cardrooms to stay open all night as many of the customers then either go to private homes and continue• to play or go to neighboring communities which allow all night cardrooms. City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 8 Chief Rodgers, upon question, stated he had no objection to cardrooms staying open all night nor would he recommend that they close at 2 :00 A.M. His main interest was that this activity be carried on in licensed premises. Councilman.Spring stated that he was opposed to expanding the hours of operation of the cardrooms as he felt there have been no problems to date and that this type of establishment should close and that their customers go home and get some sleep. Councilman Gallagher also objected to expanding the hours of use of cardrooms in the City. He felt that the existing cardrooms have not caused any problem and that the present 2 :00 A.M. closing has helped control this matter. Councilman Blake stated he had no objection to allowing cardrooms to be open all night feeling that through licensed premises, better control can be extended. Councilman Miller stated he had no objection to increasing the hours of operation of cardrooms in the City. However, he felt that there should be some time in a 24 hour period when they should be-closed. On.motion of Councilman Spring, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, that the closing hours in cardrooms stay aasis. Motion.carried. Councilman Blake and Mayor Whelchel voting no. 16. The City Council discussed a proposed annexation in the vicinity of Orcutt Road and Broad Street.in view of the past action and that the City can not take any steps to this annexation until July of 1968. The City Council was informed that one of the major Oil Companies is proceeding with construction of a service.station at Orcutt-Road and Broad Street and they were going to ask the City for utilities on a temporary basis until the area is annexed. The City Council then reiterated its past action that there would be no utilities extended to properties outside the City until the annexation has been completed. Further no single_ properties would be annexed without.adjacent properties being considered lying north -of Orcuti Road. 17. Communication from T. Coull, Administrator for the French Medical Clinic, asking the City Council for permission to use a trailer as a ladies lounge for a period of..six months while substitute quarters are being constructed and /or arranged for. Mr. Young stated that this problem was brought about in.that the Building Code does not qualify a trailer as a structure, and it cannot be placed in Fire Zone 1. On this basis, his Department asked the French Hospital authorities to remove the trailer.. Mr. Coull stated that, at the time the trailer was moved in, it was for temporary use and -he did.not realize they were in violation.of Building and.Fire Codes. He said that the hospital is removing many old buildings from the area and that this temporary ladies lounge was needed while substitute quarters were arranged. Jack Kellerman, Chief Building Inspector, explained that a trailer is not allowed in Fire Zone 1 under the provisions of the Building Code.. Furthermore, this ' particular trailer, is too close to other structures, one of which is particularly. hazardous,. and if the City Council wished to grant a temporary use, it must be moved from its present location. On motion of Councilman Spring, seconded by Councilman. Blake, that the City grant French Hospital a six month use of the trailer if it ismoved away from buildings and into the parking lot, as soon as possible weather permitting. Motion carried. 19. R. D. Young, Planning Director, brought to the Council's attention the matter of controls on the signs for the Mission Plaza and the Mission Mall areas. City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 9 He stated that, as this is in the C -2 zone, there are very few controls for this area. He felt that a special section of the Code should be prepared for this historical area. He recommended that this matter'be referred to the Planning Commission for . recommendation to the City Council. The matter was referred as suggested. 20. The recommendation of the Planning Commission to rezone that area bounded by Santa Rosa Street on the west, the City Limits on the north, the Southern Pacific Railroad on the east and Foothill Boulevard on the south from R -1, R -3, R -4 and C -N -S to R -H was "set for public hearing -on March 4, 1968. 21. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Spring, the following contract payments were approved and ordered paid. _ __MC BRIDE'S PLUMBING - Est. #1 $-42373.45 Sewage Treatment Plant Sludge Pump (50% complete) Motion carried. 21. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Spring, the following contract payments were approved and ordered paid. Councilman Miller and Councilman Gallagher abstained from voting. WEST COAST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Est. 4k4 15,500.25 Waterline Improvements (97% complete) ' Motion carried. 22. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, the following salary step increases were approved and ordered paid. BONDY, Constance Diane, Dispatcher Clerk, from Step 1 at $365 to Step 2 at $385 per month, effective March 1, 1968.'" ECKLUND, Jon'Oscar, Planning Technician, from Step 1 at'$455 to Step 2 at $480 per month, effective March 1, 1968. KOOP, Milton'George, Water Supply Assistant, from Step 1 at $430 to Step 2 at $455 per month, effective March 1, 1968. MC KERNON, Ronald Lee, Police Officer, from Step 4 at $652 to Step 5 at.$690 per month, effective March 1, 1968. MECK, Alice M., Typist -Clerk II, from Step 3 at $385 to Step 4 at $405 per month, effective March 1, 1968. Motion carried. 23. On motion of Councilman Blake, seconded by Councilman Miller, the following grant deeds and agreements were accepted by the City and the Mayor was authorized to record on behalf of the City. Motion carried. A. Grant deed from A. L. Ferrini and Hilda E. Ferrini for extension of Oakridge Drive: B. Grant deed and agreement from Charles Walter, Donald Walter, Benida Walter, Neil T. Maloney, and Shirley Maloney for street widening on Higuera Street. R. H. Johnson, City Attorney, reported to the City Council on his contact with the North American Aviation Employees' Credit Union, who stated that he was sure that City Council Minutes February 5, 1968 Page 10 the Credit Union would be willing to grant the City a temporary drainage easement through their property at Laguna Lake until the property is finally developed to its ultimate. H. Johnson continued that•the. Credit Union attorney stated they would be most happy to work with the City but not with the subdivider. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, reminded the City Council there are still a number of items to be completed by R. C. Skinner, the developer, prior to accepting Tract No. 322. He felt that they were-not of such a magnitude that they could be completed in one week. The City Council asked Mr. Johnson to continue his negotiations. with the Credit Union attorney for a temporary drainage easement. 24. H. Johnson, City Attorney, presented for the Council's consideration the. easement agreement for water line and tank site with Olgiati. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Blake, the Mayor was authorized to accept and sign said agreement on behalf of the City. Motion carried. 25. The City Council adjourned to Executive Session to discuss land acquisition and possible litigation. 26. On motion of Councilman Miller, seconded by Councilman Gallagher, that the Mayor was authorized to sign the agreement with the Warden Estate for easements, etc., in the Mission Plaza area on behalf of the City. Motion carried. ' 27. On motion of Councilman Gallagher, seconded by Councilman Miller, the meeting adjourned at 11:40 P.M. Motion carried. R A APPROVED: February 19, 19681. H.- FITZPATRICK CITY CLERK r 1