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04/10/1974MINUTES ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA APRIL 10, 1974 - 12:15 P. M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL Pledge Roll Call: Present: Councilmen Brown, Graham, Gurnee, Norris; Mayor Schwartz Absent: None City Staff: Present: J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk; R. D..• Miller, City Administrator; David Williamson, Assistant City Administrator . Also Present: Mrs. Valerie Endres, Chairwoman, City Planning Commission; D. J. Van Harreveld, Chairman, City Park and Recreation Commission 1. R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer, announced the appointment of Randolph Dickson as Police Officer, at Step 1, $816.00 per month, effective April 16, 1974 subject to one year probation. 2. J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk, reported on the following bids received for Santa Rosa Park Lighting: ALECO SALES CO. ELECTRIC SUPPLY 1732 E. 21st St OF SAN LUIS OBISPO Los Angeles 161 High Street San Luis Obispo Item 1 - Four Type A floodlight units with cross arm adaptors, lamps and ballast $794.80 $900.00 Item 2 - Four Type B floodlight units with cross arm adaptors, lamps and ballast. $818.40 $900.00 Item 3 - Nine Type C floodlight units.with cross arm adaptors, lamps and ballast. $1,788.30 $2,025.00 Item 4 - :Three Type D floodlight -units with cross arm adaptors, lamps and ballast. $631.20 $675.00 ALECO SALES CO. - Delivery three to four weeks after date of purchase order. FOB factory - full freight allowed. ELECTRIC SUPPLY OF SLO - Delivery in twenty days. City Council Minutes April 10, 1974 Page 2 R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer, recommended that the low bid of Aleco Sales Company be accepted by the City. On motion of Councilman Graham, seconded by Councilman Brown, that the low bid of Aleco Sa es be accepted and contract awarded. Motion carried. 3. D. F. Romero, City Engineer, submitted a letter to the City Council which stated that in submitting his C.I.P. recommendations, he considered the circumstances at the time the list was submitted, and did not consider ordinances which might be adopted at future times. Therefore, the Overburdened Facilities Ordinance was not a consideration in the C.I.P. submittal. If the Overburdened Facilities Ordinance is adopted., and if the standards are not modified from those previously) submitted, the result would be prohibition of build- ing construction in large portions of the community. On that basis, all of those lines listed as overburdened would be Number One priority on the list even though few, if any of them, are giving the City maintenance problems at this time. He attached a copy of the sewer lines now found to be over- burdened by theoretical calculations. Total cost for reliev- ing those overburdened lines is $113,302. 4. Mrs. Valerie Endres, Chairwoman of the City Planning Commission, submitted for the Council's consideration the recommendations of the Planning Commission for the 74/75 C.I.P. priority list. ' 5. The City Council then continued to establish the priority list for the 74/75 C.I.P.: 11. STORM DRAINAGE - Removal of remaining water and 73 -74 #10 sewer line obstructions from waterways. (a & b) 12. PARKS - Complete master plan for Sinsheimer Reserve Park, approve Environmental Impact Report, D -14 & approve grading plan clearing with Waterways 73 -74 #13 Board, do grading project and construct tennis courts, Phase I. Construct restrooms, con- cession stand and press box facility. 13. PARKS - Execute Phase III Laguna Lake Park 73 -74 #41 development. 14. PARKS - (a) Develop precise plan for Laguna Lake Park 73 -74 #12 (b) Develop study of Mt. San Luis and Bishop's Peak for open space definition. Councilman Norris opposed inclusion of Item 14b. 15. FIRE - Construct driver training course at 73 -74 #l&' sewer farm. Councilman Gurnee opposed. 6. On motion of Councilman Graham, seconded by Councilman Gurnee, the meeting adjourned to 12:10 p.m., Thursday, Apr�T_, 1974. Motion carried. Approved May 20, 1974 H. PITZPATRICK, CITY CLERK