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07/16/19741 Pledge Roll Call City Staff MINUTES ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1974 - 12:10 P.M. CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL Present: John C. Brown, Myron Graham, T. Keith Gurnee, Jesse Norris and Mayor Kenneth E. Schwartz Absent: None Present: J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk; R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer; A. J. Shaw, Jr., City Attorney; D. F. Romero, City Engineer; David Williamson, Assistant Administrative Officer; Wayne Peterson, Assistant City Engineer; Robert Strong, Planning Director 4B. Continued consideration of the approval of the final map and subdivision agreement for Garden Homes, Los Verdes Park, Tract 467, Unit 2. Continued from July I, 1974. D. F. Romero, City Engi.neer, submitted a report relative to flood waters displaced by fill proposed i.n Tract 467, Unit 2 as evidenced from the 1973 flood. The City Engineer presented a cross section drawn to scale of the waterway area opposite the lowest end of Unit 2. He stated the cross section showed the area between the north -bound off -ramp to the Los Osos interchange and beyond the limit of flooding in Garden Homes. By the City's analysis, flood waters within the area proposed to be filled, provided for 17 cubic feet /second of the total of 15,200 c.f.s. which passed this point during the 1.973 storm.-.He felt this was approximately one -tenth (1 /10) of one percent (1 %) of the total flow. He continued that if these waters were prevented from flowing across that portion of Tract 467 proposed to be filled, that the resultant raise of the flood levels for the entire area would not be measurable. He felt the flood levels could be lowered in this -area by allowing cattle or sheep to graze on the flood plain, thus improving the flow characteristics due to clearing out of undesirable brush, debris and long grass: He also submitted.a letter.from the State Department of Transportation which indicated that they felt no concern with the fill within Tract 467, and its effect 'upon their highway and highway property. Robert Strong, Planning Director, again reviewed his report of June 27, 1974 regarding the final map and subdivision agreement Tract 467, Unit 2. He stated that it was his evaluation that the project had. advanced to final stages of planning with only-minor alterations to the preliminary grading plans considered more than one:and one -half years ago. He felt that modifications had generally reduced :the amount of earthwork involved. He felt the inherent problem was observed two years ago with the City Engineer advised that the initial design of the planned development was not appropriate to the existing terrain. Despite this initial advice, the City had approved numerous refinements to the proposal and authorized removal of material from Unit 2 to supply fill for Unit 'I and backfill for related sewer and water construction. The damage which might have been avoided by a more appropriate design which better fit natural terrain was done, and the natural terrain was no City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 2 longer evident. Robert Strong stated, that from a practical perspective, there was little option but to allow further grading, and the approved plan required substantial terracing to accommodate the cluster housing proposed. He felt that while a total redesign might accomplish a reduction in grading, this would imply starting the design from the beginning. Regardless of redesign, considerable earthwork would.be necessary to regrade the excavated areas to a condition which would accommodate development. Although the EIR made brief reference to grading in the area west of the project, it provided no detail regarding the extent of "off- site" fill, the impact of such additional deposits upon flood plain capacity, displacement of flood waters to other properties or other related, potential adverse environmental effects. He concluded that there were, however, other areas which were not flood prone on which the excess material could be deposited, and, with further study, the proposed.off -site grading might be shown to involve only insignificant effects with proper mitigation measures. It was his recommendation that the final map .for Tract 467, Unit 2, conformed to the approved precise plan and tentative map, and the staff suggested that the Council accept the final map and subdivision agree- ment, subject to the condition that any off -site grading shall be a separate and independent consideration. Councilman Gurnee stated that he was still opposed to the proposal to move dirt from Unit 2 to the adjacent property. He felt that this would be a poor precedent and detrimental to the environment. He felt that ' 60,000 yards of dirt was too much to move into a flood plain. He stated that he was opposed to development of Unit I, and was more strongly opposed to the development H Unit 2. Councilman Brown felt that unless the flood plain was not affected by the development, he could not support the development. He felt that the Engineer's report cleared up this matter for him, and he would support the development of Unit 2. Councilman Graham felt that Unit 2 was acceptable, but, he felt that the Council must some day face the issue of grading in the flood plain and the re- alignment of San Luis Creek in this general area. Councilman Norris felt the movement of dirt was not adverse and what was important was the result of the development for the citizens of San Luis Obispo and the amenities for the residents of the tract. He felt he could support the approval of Unit 2 of Tract 467. Mayor Schwartz felt the Council approved the preliminary plan for Units I and 2, and he was satisfied with the development of Unit I. He did not realize in the preliminary.plan that such a tremendous volume of dirt was to be moved on the site and additional dirt off the site. He felt the report of the City Engineer cleared up the flood problem to Unit 2 to his satisfaction, and he would approve the final map of Unit 2 and also the subdivision agreement. On motion of Councilman Norris, seconded by Councilman Brown that the City Council accept and approve the final map of Tract 467, Unit 2 and the subdivision agreement as amended by the City Council. Motion carried on the following roll' call vote: City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 . Page 3 AYES: Councilmen Norris, Brown,.Graham and Mayor Schwartz NOES: Councilman Gurnee ' ABSENT: None The action.of the City Council included a grading permit for Unit 2, and they overruled the recommendation-of the Architectural Review Commission and the Waterways Planning Board as far as it applied to grading at the western boundary of Unit 2. Regarding 'off= site" grading, A. J. Shaw, City Attorney, read section 8120 of the Municipal Code suggesting that the City Council could not under this ordinance authorize the moving of dirt onto adjacent property unless the property owner could establish the existence of the conditions set forth in the ordinance. Warren Dolezal, Developer of Tract 467, requested City Council approval of a grading permit to move dirt from Unit 2, Tract 467 to the adjacent property which was not under development at this time. Mr. Dolezal reviewed for:-the City Council that he had a tentative map filed with the Planning Commission for development not only of Units I and 2 of Tract 467, but also the adjacent Tract which was- planned to be highway commercial. He continued that the fill would be required to enable future development and that this grading was surplus dirt from Units I and 2. Future proposed commercial development would also require improvement and re- aligning of.San Luis Creek running 1 through the property. He .concluded that the EIR prepared for'Tract 467 included grading of the property proposed for commercial development adjacent-to Units I and 2 of Tract 467. He, therefore, again asked that the City Council grant permission to place excess material from Unit 2 grading operation on the adjacent property in accordance with the tentative plans submitted. Robert Strong, Planning Director, stated that the prior EIR did not sufficiently discuss the "off- site" grading.proposed and that the Council should first determine whether, pursuant.to City ordinances, any off -site grading would be acceptable to the City. He suggested that this matter be referred to the Architectural Review Commission for review and recommendation, and also to the Planning Commission for determination on the requirements of an EIR submittal, if.the Council would consider off -site grading acceptable in concept. David Williamson, Assistant Administrative Officer, reminded the City Council of the implication of the federal flood Insurance Program on development in areas classified as flood prone. After discussion by the City Council, it was the consensus that the Council take no action on Mr. Dolezal's request to move dirt from Unit 2 to the adjacent property until a full staff report was made on the request by the developer and to see i.f the property met pre- scribed exceptions. 5. Discussion of the League of Women Voters' proposal for the City Council to change the election date for.Municipal Elections from the third Tuesday in April in the odd numbered year to.the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March of the odd numbered years, in order to coincide with recently enacted state law establishing state -wide election dates for school districts in California. City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 4 Mrs. Robert Pederson, President, League 6f Women Voters, appeared before the City Council in support of the Leagues! request for a change in City election date. ' On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Councilman Graham the following resolution was introduced: RESOLUTION NO. 2639 (1.974 Series), a resolution of the Council of the City.of San Luis Obispo giving notice of a Special Municipal Election to be held Tuesday_; November 5, 1974, to vote upon a proposed charter amendment changing the date of the General Municipal Election for City elective officials to coincide with the date mandated by State Law for School Board Elections, and to establish the first day of April as the date of taking office. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmen Gurnee, Graham, Brown, Norris and Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT: None 6. Memorandum from John Quirk,.Assistant Director-6f Water Services, requesting that the City Council approve a notice of water use restrictions in the Los.Osos Valley and Zone I due to increased demand at this time of the year and the existing systems deficiencies.. He recommended that the following conditions be implemented: I. Use of water through hydrants for construction projects be limited to the hours of 1:00 P.M. through 4:00 P.M.. 2.. That specific days be scheduled in advance and verified with water and fire departments. 3. That if water usage through hydrants caused excessive pressure loss the operation should cease. 4. That the area covered by these restrictions include the major portion of the old town area which lies within Zone I. 5. Use of water for residential or commerical irrigation be limited to the hours of 9:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M. . 6. That these restricti.ons remain in effect until pressure monitoring stations within the zone.indi.cate an easing of demand and acceptable pressure levels. R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer, stated that it was understood that this proposal to restrict water use would be on a voluntary basis unless wide- spread abuses occurred. On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Councilman Graham the recommen- dation of water use restriction in Los Osos Valley and'Zone I was approved. , 7. Memorandum from John Quirk, Assistant Water Director, forward- ing quarterly projects priority list, Council.Resolution No. 2435 (1973 Series) for water improvements and cooperation by the City as follows: 1 1 1 PROJECT I R.. H..SterIIng Serrano Drive Palomar 450' Westerly PR0.I FCT 7 J. E. King Serrano Drive Broad Street to Palomar Approximately 715' City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 5 $4,520.00 $6,148.00 On motion of Councilman Graham, seconded by Councilman Gurnee that the two priorities submitted by the Assistant Water Director be implemented and approved. Motion carried. 8. Wayne A. Peterson, Assistant City Engineer, supervising the Edna Saddle Site Preparation and Tank Erection submitted proposals from consulting engineers from Penfield & Sm:ith, Buena Engineers, Dames & Moore and Jennings, Bartlett & Assoc=iates for.pro.fessional services involving the Tank Site Preparation and Tank Erection. He recommended that the City Council accept the proposals as follows: Penfield.& Smith to provide construction inspection as described in their letter of May 8, 1974, estimated cost of $20,000. 2. Buena Engineers, Inc., to provide grading and backfill testing, concrete testing, qualifications of welders, radiographic inspection of welds and painting, and leakage inspection as required by the construction inspector, estimated cost for services.$13,200. 3.• Dames &:Moore to review the geologic and hydrologic conditions at appropriate times during construction as called for by the construction inspector., estimated cost for the services $1,500. . 4. Jennings; "Bartlett & Associates for construction staking and.cross sectioning as called.for by the constructing inspector, estimated cost for services, $9,000. Councilman Norris objected to retaining Buena= Engineering, Inc. to provide grading and backfill testing, concrete testing, etc. instead of Central Coast Labs, which was a local firm and which he stated would do the work much cheaper than Buena. Further, he felt the City should go with a local engineer, Mr. Williams. After discussion by the City Council, it was moved on motion of Councilman Brown, seconded by Councilman Norris that items I, 3 and 4 be approved as recommended at the estimated.cost; and that item 2, Buena Engineers be continued for a further information from City staff. Motion carried. City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 6 9. At this time the City Council considered the resolution of intention to initiate nuisance abatement obstructions in the creek at 546 Higuera Street, Missi Hazard owners. The creek obstruction was a sewer line Creek at the Trailer Park on the recommendation of the Board. adoption of a proceedings for )n Trailer Park, over•San Luis Waterways Planning On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Councilman Brown the following resolution of intention was adopted: RESOLUTION NO. _2640 (1974 Series), a resolution of the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo finding that exposed sewer line in the creek and upon the premises at 546 Higuera Street may constitute a public nuisance, and ordering a public hearing concerning same and the abatement thereof. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmen Gurnee, Brown, Graham, Norris and Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT: None On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Counci'Iman Brown the second resolution was adopted: RESOLUTION NO. 2641,(1974 Series), a'resolution of the Council.of the City of San Luis Obispo finding that tree trunks within the creek and upon the premises. at 546 Higuera Street may constitute a public nuisance and ordering a public hearing concerning same and the abatement thereof. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmen Gurnee, Brown, Graham, Norris and-Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT:. None D. F. Romero, City Engineer presented for the Council's consideration plans and specifications for the STREET.RESURFACING PROJECT, City Plan No. 47 -74. Estimated cost $139,252.50. :(Moneys are availabile in the Capital Outlay, Gas Tax, Select Roads, and Sales Tax Street Money budgets.) On motion of Councilman Graham, seconded by Councilman Brown that the City Council approve the plans and specifications and authorize the City Engineer to call for bids. Motion carried. i . Consent Items C -I through C -12, except C -5, C =7, C - II, were approved 'as recommended on motion of.Councilmen Brown,:seconded by Councilman Norris. Motion carried.' C -1 The City Council authorized payment of claims against the City of San Luis Obispo subject to approval by the Administrative Officer. C -2 The City "Council Minutes of February 4, 1974 and March 18, . 1974 were approved as presented: 1 1 1 City Council. Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 7 C -4 In accordance with the communication from:Ronald.Tel:l:efsen, Development. Director, Babe Ruth.Baseball, regarding the 1976 World Series to be held in San Luis Obispo, the Mayor was authorized to write a letter to the Babe Ruth Baseball Association inviting the 1976 World Series to San Luis Obispo. C -5 Memorandum from David Williamson, Assistant Administrative Officer, regarding Administration of the Grading Ordinance in the City of San Luis Obispo. A new procedure which would be that the Planning and Building Department supervise and coordinate inspection of all grading and excavations on private property. Actual inspection to be done by the Public Works inspectors as -had been done in the past and had noted these inspectors would have direct responsibility for the work inspected. The Public Works Department would supervise and coordinate all earthwork and grading and excavations:on public property. The Assistant Administrative Officer further recommended that the City's grading and excavation ordinance be revised on an interim basis until the complete package of regulatory provisions which accompanied the General Plan.Map update had been prepared and approved. He also recommended that the Public Works Director and the Planning Director be directed to-prepare procedures to be implemented immediately on an administrative basis..for approximately a month before preparation of final recommendations concerning procedures, policies and standards. It was suggested that this approach was preferable to adopting procedures which might in practice prove more difficult to administer. Councilman Norris stated that he was-not in favor of the plan.as proposed by the Assistant Administrative Officer David Williamson, but he was in favor of the concept of reviewing grading projects within the City. Councilman Gurnee stated that he was in support of the proposal for a new approach to the grading ordinance supervision:at least on-a trial basis. Mayor Schwartz also stated that.he was in accord with the proposal as presented on a trial basis. On motion of Councilman Gurnee,•seconded by Councilman-Brown that the City Council accept the new administrative procedures for enforcement of the grading ordinance. Motion carried, Councilman Norris voting No. C-6 The communication from Betty Y. Carpenter commenting on the condition of the Laguna Lake Golf Course was referred to staff for analysis. C -3 The following contract pay estimates were approved: -Ted Watkins Construction CREEK BANK REPAIRS Est. #3 $81219.14 ' City Plan No. 23 -74 Est. #4 FINAL 3,876.29 C.O. #1 529.75 C.O. #2 3,905.88 Dennis Zimmerman STREET TREE PLANTING Est. #3 3,936.17 City Plan No. 18 -74 Est. #4 FINAL 2,156.80 STREET TREE PLANTING Est. #1 1,910.89 Tract 460 Est. #2. FINAL 212.32 C -4 In accordance with the communication from:Ronald.Tel:l:efsen, Development. Director, Babe Ruth.Baseball, regarding the 1976 World Series to be held in San Luis Obispo, the Mayor was authorized to write a letter to the Babe Ruth Baseball Association inviting the 1976 World Series to San Luis Obispo. C -5 Memorandum from David Williamson, Assistant Administrative Officer, regarding Administration of the Grading Ordinance in the City of San Luis Obispo. A new procedure which would be that the Planning and Building Department supervise and coordinate inspection of all grading and excavations on private property. Actual inspection to be done by the Public Works inspectors as -had been done in the past and had noted these inspectors would have direct responsibility for the work inspected. The Public Works Department would supervise and coordinate all earthwork and grading and excavations:on public property. The Assistant Administrative Officer further recommended that the City's grading and excavation ordinance be revised on an interim basis until the complete package of regulatory provisions which accompanied the General Plan.Map update had been prepared and approved. He also recommended that the Public Works Director and the Planning Director be directed to-prepare procedures to be implemented immediately on an administrative basis..for approximately a month before preparation of final recommendations concerning procedures, policies and standards. It was suggested that this approach was preferable to adopting procedures which might in practice prove more difficult to administer. Councilman Norris stated that he was-not in favor of the plan.as proposed by the Assistant Administrative Officer David Williamson, but he was in favor of the concept of reviewing grading projects within the City. Councilman Gurnee stated that he was in support of the proposal for a new approach to the grading ordinance supervision:at least on-a trial basis. Mayor Schwartz also stated that.he was in accord with the proposal as presented on a trial basis. On motion of Councilman Gurnee,•seconded by Councilman-Brown that the City Council accept the new administrative procedures for enforcement of the grading ordinance. Motion carried, Councilman Norris voting No. C-6 The communication from Betty Y. Carpenter commenting on the condition of the Laguna Lake Golf Course was referred to staff for analysis. City Council.Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 8 C -7 The City Council discussed the request from Alan R. Petersen for temporary water service outside the City Limits, north and west of Foothill Boulevard After discussion of extended. the Council of philosophy of extending water and sewer service, it was moved by Mayor Schwartz, seconded by Councilman Brown that the City Council deny the request for temporary water service outside the City of San Luis Obispo. Motion carried, all Ayes. C -8 At this time the City Council concurred to continue final passage of Ordinance No. 618 to a future meeting for staff report on fees to be charged for inspection of underground.ing utilities. C -9 The request from Dr. Wolfe to extend sick leave-in excess of one week for Oscar Lamboy was approved by the City Council. C -10 A. The claim against. the City of San Luis Obispo by J. T. Silva claiming his.car was.sprayed with oil on High Street was denied by the City Council and referred to the insurance carrier. B. The claim against the City of San Luis Obispo by Gordon. Van Camp for damage done to his left rear fender caused by City Police Unit was denied and referred to the insurance carrier. C =11 Council consideration of salary step increases for the following people was referred to Executive Session: Michael C. Alamo - Sr. Recreation Leader From Step 2 or $850 to Step 3 or #898 Neal Alston - Maintenance Man II From Step I or $700 to Step 2 or $738 Sidney D. Bartholow - Police Officer From Step I or $886 to Step 2 or $934 Mary Belle Caselman - Secretary From Step 4 or $738 to Step 5 or $784 Richard C. Colombo - Groundskeeper From Step 3 or $760 to Step 4 or $804 Gail A. Davis - Secretary From Step 2 or $660 to Step 3 or $700 Robert J. Downey - Police Officer From Step 4 or $1,042 to Step 5 or $1,100 John A. Huelsman - Police Officer From Step I or $886 to Step 2 or $934 Brian F. Lapworth - Fireman From Step I or $838 to Step 2 or $886 , Merlyn Van - Mechanic Foreman From Step 3 or $974 to Step 4 or $1,028 David Williamson - Assistant Administrative Officer From Step 3 or $2,016 to Step 4 or $2,126 All sa•I.ary step increases to be effective August I, 1974. City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 9 C -12 At this time the City Council considered adoption of a resolution of intention to amend the contract with PERS to provide one -half contingency benefits for fire safety members. On motion of Councilman Brown, seconded by Councilman Norris the following resolution of intention was introduced: RESOLUTION NO. 2635 (1974 Series), resolution of intention to approve an amendment to contract between the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System and the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmen Graham, Gurnee, Brown, Norris and Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT: None B-I The City Clerk reported on the following bids received for SEWER SIPHONS AND WATERLINE, City Plan No. 13 -74. Bids opened July 9, 1974 at 2:30 P.M. Engi:nee'r's estimate, Alternate 1 - $57,900; Alternate 2 - $60,000. SMEE'S PLUMBING & HEATING Alt. 1 $57,110.00 2959 Broad Street San Luis Obispo, CA Alt. 2 $59,'110.00 CHARLES A. PRATT CONST. CO. Alt. 1 $58,179.00 P. 0. Box 1295 San Luis Obispo, CA Alt. 2 $59,729.00 A memorandum from Paul E. LandelI, Jr. was submitted in which he stated that the low bid from Smee's Plumbing of their alternate bid-of $59,110 included a joint trench and back'fill operation with the Southern California Gas Company at Elks Lane. He stated the Gas Company had agreed to pay the $2,000 difference, plus one =half of the cost of compliance with the Fish & Game regulations at this site. One -half would be $875.00. He oontinued'that after discussion with Smee's, it was agreed that two - thirds of the cost of compliance with the Fish & Game regulations could be deleted, because if they awarded the contract for the job, they would run the waterline and sewerline jobs together and could delete a substantial portion of the work necessary to comply with the regulations. This would result in a further savings of $1,172.50. Therefore, the. net.. cost to:.the City would be $55,062.50, and Mr..Landell recommended that the low bid of Smee's Plumbing and Heating be_:accepted and the contract. awarded. City Engineer Romero concurred. ' On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Councilman Brown that the low bid as amended by Smee's Plumbing, Alternate I, be accepted. Motion carried. City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page 10 B -2 The City Clerk.reported on the following bids received for MUSTANG VILLAGE GRADING, City Plan No. 43 -74. Bids opened July 9,, 1974 at 3:00 P.M. Engineer's estimate - .$5,150. JACK S. FOSTER 188 Spruce Street $5,755.00 Arroyo Grande, CA CONCO GENERAL ENG. CONT. P.O. Box 511 $5,950.00 San Luis Obispo, CA R. BURKE CORP. P.O. Box 957 $7,363.00 San Luis Obispo, CA MADONNA CONST. CO. P.O. Box 910 $9,250.00 San Luis Obispo, CA WALTER BROS. CONST. CO., INC. $9,646.00 P.O. Box 809 San Luis Obispo, CA On motion of Mayor Schwartz; seconded by Councilman Gurnee that the City accept the low bid of Jack Foster, $5,775, subject to the filing of a supporting E.I.R. statement from the Planning Commission. Motion carried, all Ayes. B -3 The City Clerk reported on bids received for UNIFORM. AND LAUNDRY SERVICE for the City of San Luis Obispo. Bids opened July 12, 1974 at 3:00 P.M. R. D. Miller, Administrative Officer, recommended that the low bid of Mission Linen Supply of 95¢ per week for a two -piece uniform, and 900 for a one -piece uniform be accepted. On motion of Councilman Brown, seconded by Councilman Graham that the low bid of Mission Linen Supply be accepted. Motion carried, all Ayes. B -4 The City Clerk reported on bids received for VALVES, FITTINGS, REGULATORS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS for the City Water Department. Bids opened July 15, 1974 at 2:00 P.M. Estimated cost $77,400. ($40,000' budgeted in Capital Outlay item.) R. D. Miller, Admini.strative Officer, reviewed .the. bids received for the City Council, and he recommended that the Central Valley Supply Inc. receive the low bid of item no. 12 for $18,290.42; that Parkson Inc. receive the bid on items 2 through 8 for $48,532.00; and that Western Waterworks Supply receive the bid on item I for $3,500. On motion of Councilman Norris, seconded by Councilman Graham that the recommendation of the Administrative Officer be accepted and that the low bids be awarded. Motion carried, all Ayes. On motion of Councilman Norris, seconded by Councilman Graham $35,000 was added to the Capital Outlay Budget for additional costs in purchase of valve, fittings, regulators and miscellaneous materials, Agenda -Item B -4. The Council also acknowledged a report from the Administrative Officer on the transfer amount needed from the General Fund to Water at the end of the fiscal year to balance the latter account - $44,711.88. This action had been approved during budget discussions with the exact amount unknown at that time. 1 1 1 City Council Minutes July 16, 1974 Page II The City Council then adjourned to Executive Session. The City Council reconvened in Regular Session. C -11 On motion of Councilman Brown, seconded by Mayor Schwartz the salary step increases were approved, but the probationary period of David Williamson was extended, pending his family establishing residence in the city. Motion carried, all Ayes. On motion of Councilman Gurnee, seconded by Councilman Brown the following resolution was introduced: RESOLUTION NO. 2633 (1974 Series), a resolution of the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo finding that the public interest and necessity require the acquisition of a site for the placement of a tank for water reservoir purposes and a right of way for ingress and egress and public utility and pipeline purposes to said site and authorizing the City Attorney to initiate condemnation proceedings. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES.: Councilmen Gurnee, Brown, Graham, Norris and Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT: None On motion of Councilman Graham, seconded by Councilman Gurnee the meeting adjourned at 2.:40 P.M., July 16, 1974. Motion carried. APPROVED: November 4, 1974 1 ��rick, City Clerk