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Cr �" 3"0 m �C�C,� a a A.tl yam 0 3. CL CD 0 0 rL 0 M 1 �ti'flgs ry � Z v� �� z� n UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE OFFICIAL BUSINESS SENDER INSTRUCTIONS Print Your dame, address, and IIP Cade in the spare below. • Complete hams 1, 2, and 3 on the rev➢rse. • Moisten tummed ends and attach to iront of article if space permits. Otherwise affix to hack of article. • Endorse article "Return Receipt Rartuested" odis- cent to number. RETURN TO PENALTY FOR PRIVATE USE TO AVOID PAYMENT OF POSTAGE, $300 (Name of Sender) CITY CLERK'S OFFICL t y� j�ys� Box San Luis Obispo, CA 83401 (City, State, and ZIP Code) Office of the Secretary of State March Fong Eu 111 Capitol Mall Sacramento, California 95814 Mr. J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk P.O. Box 321 San Luis Obispo, California 93406 CORPORATE DIVISION Legal Review ( 916) 445-0620 Certification (9t6) 445-1430 Status (916) 445-2900 Microfilm Records (916) 445-1768 Name Availability (916) 322-2387 Trademarks (916) 445-9872 Statement of Officers ( 916) 445-2020 Service of Process ( 916) 445-0620 Los Angeles Office ( 213) 620-3104 June 30, 1978 Charter Amendment (s) ratified by the electors of the City of `San LuisObispo _ at the election held on June _6,1.978 were filed in this office June 30, 1978. DEA:s Very truly yours, Certif ' tion Officer RECHVED J U L 3 - 1978 CITY GK., SAN LUIS. 4SISPQ, R ! .Ili ` _ ��'A[ March 16, 1979 4S--4 OB162"o of s.\.n Itu av" CITY CLERK/TREASURER Post Office Box 321 — San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 - 80b/541-1000 Secretary of State State of California 1230 - "J" Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Attn: Dorothy E. Anderson Certification Officer Dear Ms. Anderson: RE: Charter, City of San Luis Obispo California At long last, we have finally proofread the attached City of San Luis Obispo Charter Amendments, and they are fine. Yours truly, J.H. Fitzpatrick City Clerk JHF/sh P Yui [� Office of the Secretary of State March Fong Eu 1230 J Street Sacramento, California 95814 Mr. J. H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk P.O.Box 321 San Luis Obispo, California 93406 CORPORATE DIVISION Legal Review ( 916) 445-0620 Certification (016)445-1430 Status ( 916) 445-2900 Microfilm Records ( 916) 445-1768 Name Availability ( 916) 322-2387 Trademarks ( 916) 445-9872 Statement of Officers ( 916) 445-2020 January 17, 1979 RE: Charter Amendment (s) The enclosed is a copy of the document that has been sent to the Legislative Counsel for publication in the 1978 Statutes. Please review this document for accuracy and notify this office as soon as possible, if there are any dis- crepancies. DEA:s encls: „ ,s Very truly yours, r`ifi�. tion Officer LI-11" J FZ"ECEIVEtr) JAN 19 1979 CITY CLERK SAN LUIS OBISPO, Ck C E R T I F I C A T E I, J.H. Fitzpatrick, the duly qualified and acting City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, hereby certify that the attached is a true and correct copy of the Certificate of the County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo, of the Statement of the Vote for Ballot Measure A, on the ballot of the Consolidated Direct Primary Election held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday, June 6, 1978. MEASURE "A" Shall the proposed Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo be adopted? 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S i ! f Y N Y V N � i f j s 0 s S I, loTH CCCN K ESSIGNAL 2057 12397 60.1 7581 2641 466 5303 5[07 5c171 _ ll*TH CC7lGHESSIUNAL i `17TH SdNATOkIAL 20575 12395 60.2 7081 2b4 466i 5303 525J 567' 29TH ASSEMBLY 20575 12395 60.2 7561 264 4662 53u3 5257 1,617 IST SUPERVISORIAL y I f2NO SUPERVISORIAL 3RU SUvEkVISGA AL 4950 6137 61.c 3714 1451 234• 2601 2564 2861 4TH SUPEkVISCA1,4L . :0TH SUPdRVISUkIAL 1062' 6254 5d.” 386 139 23U 2702 2673; I 2d lc; CITY OF AHROYU uHANDE CITY OF 6RCVER CITY i CITY OF MGRRO cAY CITY OF PASO R06LES CITY OF SAN LUIS UbISPO L0575 123951 6U.2 7541. 2U4 460, 53Ui 5257 5671 CITY OF PISMO BEACH UNINCORPORATED AkEA COUNTY TGTAL 20570 12395 60.2 75 61 264- 4662 5301 5257 I 5617 i � t I I � I � r I f I 1 h -a-& ,�, .,,.. JUNE 6, 1970 CONSULIUATf.D DIRICT PRIMARY FLPCTION - SLO COUNTY MEASURE U Tri•,u F - - PAuE NUMBER 017.00001 R V T M M M - - L 0 U E E E G T R A A 1 E N S S $ 0 u u D E cq T E L E E 5 D E F U T V 0 T F. R S !I I Y N V N Y N E 0 F. U E 0 S S S CON PRECINCT 45 686 321 4b.7 173 9 89 15L 124 101, CON PRECINCT 46 735 3B3 52.1 223 9 IU3 1d2 150 1W CON PRECINCT 47 oU5 328 47.8 171 97 94 15U 131 lob CON PRECINCT 4d 49l "256 92.1 126 tl b UU 110 115 73 CON PRECINCT 49 Sod 343 ci.3 177 10 102 153 150 9v CUN PRECINCT 5U 707 399 56.4 232 1141 1 I 205 169 139 CON PRECINCT 51 731 402 54.9 13o 10 128 200 161 151 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 179 lul 98 16U 146 119 CON PR LCtic T 53 765 439 57.3 257 131 L27 213 206 14�3 CSN PRECINCT 54 e5o 559 65.3 339 16 211 174 26S 191 CON PR LCINCT 55 728 406 b4.0 270 14E 146 243 166 1'i4 CON PRECINCT 56 961 572 59.5 359. 16 194 3U.� 2571 2:J CCN PKECINCT 51 715 423. 59.1 2521 LUI 150 186 L57 145 CON PRECINCT 58 U72 514 56.9 2y11 LS' 155 263 224 1 l AuArsTEE CON45-58 418 1601 111 13b 217 161 Ldt �•• ABSENTEE TOTALS ++• 418 26u1 III Lit, 211 lot LUL JAD SUPERVISCRIAL 9951 6137 61.45 3552 177f 1921 3011 2615 22 LIS CON PRECINCT 97 069 414 47.6 229 111 136 181 154 156 CON PRELINCT 96 9b6 236 4U.1 1,1 74 71 111 LOU W CGN PRECINCT 99 49a 261 51.+ 13 b bij 132 l0 Uil CuN PRECINCT 100 51 290 5/.o 151: 61 ! 0.1 124 lli 64 CuN PRECINCT 101 672 33u 49.1 187. 9 115140 143 112 CON PRECINCT 102 L. "I 38b 62.' 2ua 111 11 2U8 177 L4L CON PRECINCT 103 7291 457 6Z.0 25414 162 225 L9& loI CON Pk ECINCI 104 901 413 45.8 23" lU 142 169 175 1.24 CON PRECINCT 105 065 3.oi 5U.5 191, tl k 10� 164 L41 LLL CON PRECINCT LOIS 9'I 3901 39.6 21 9' 12" L51 174 95 CON PRECINCT 107 7 d1l 469; 60.1 26I 13 14 223 195 161 CON PRECINCT IOtl bu J99II 66.0 21J� 14 1] 196 179 Lr' j CON PRcC INCT 109 b41� 3181 4'1.6 17 B U 162 129 Lol CuN PRECINCT 110 L05 7321' 09.7 38` 261 231 393 347 27-5 CON PRECINCT ILL 4l 3161 77.9 2.U5 91 12t Lb'' l64 114 ABSENTEE CUN97-E11 476 260 to L5u 242 114. 2UL ••• ABSENTEE TOTALS w*4 470 26C 1.6 150 2ti2 174 206 STM SUPLAVISURIAL LU625 6254 58.8 31.53 190 200 2994 2676 2162 ••+• T 0 T A L S •Pu• eO575 12395 1 b0.2 7JO5 369. 3926 60L4 5291 4390 NFIAP JUNG 6, I97d CONSIILIDATEO DIRECT PRIMARY LLFCTIl1N — SLO COUNTY MFASUfkF U THPU F PAlit NUMBER 017.0000O R V T M M M E 0 U E E E G 7 R A A A I E N 5 s S S 5 J U U U T U R R R L: C T E E L E 5 0 E F 1 0 T V 0 T E $ i I Y N Y N I Y N I!Y I E 0 E D j t 4 S S I � it I 16TH CONGRESSIONAL 20575 12395 60.2 7005 3697 3926 e01'4 }f 5L91 4390 _ 119TH CONGRESSIONAL 17711 SENATORIAL 20575 12395 60.2 7005 369 39x 6UL SLVI 4391 29TH ASSEMBLY 20575 12395 bO.2 7005 3691 392 t") oi 5291 43lea IST SUPERVISORIAL 2ND SUPERVISCRIAL 3RD SUPERVISGRIAL 9950 ol37 6L.t 355 177L 1921 302 io L5 221 4TH SUPERVISOnIAL 5TH SUPERVISCRIAL L0625 625a 56.. 3454 1911 20U• 2994 267a 2ld CITY OF ARROYO 6mANUE CITY OF CRCVEi( CITY CITY OF MOkRO BAY CITY OF PASO ROoLES CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO 20575 12395 60.2 7045 369 1 392el 6014 hL91 4391 CITY OF PISMO BEACH UNINCURPORATEU AREA COUNTY TOTAL 20575 12395 00.2 700 364i j9Z6 6014 5291 4396 .Q..., .p ...... JIINE 6, 19116 CONSOLIOATEII D111fCT PHIMAkY ELECTION - SLU CrIIINTY MLASUHE G TARO PAGE NUMBER OLd.00001 R V T M M E 0 U E E E J 6 T R A A A 0 S S 5 T S U U R µ U A t E E R T T H D 6 v 0 T E R S Y S N J Y N S 0 Y 5 N U i CON PRECINCT 45 686 321 4o.7 197 d CON PRECINCT 40 135 3ts3 52.L 209 12 CU PRECINCT 47 fitly 32tl 47.d 182 9 I CON PRECINCT 46 49L 256 52.1 L47 6 CON Ok ECINCT 49 Sbu 343 tO.S 208 d CON PMECINCT 50 707 399 56.4 230 12 CON PRECINCT 51 73L 4J2 54.9 225 13 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 174 121 CON PRECINCT 53 765 43'1 57.3 242! 16` CON PRECINCT S4 056 559 65.3 332 l91 CON PRECINCT 55 72o 466 64.,) Ldl 14 LUN PREC MCT 56 960 572 59.71 310 221 CON PRECINCT 57 715 423 59.1 226 14 CDN PRECINCT 5d 672 514 5d.9 253 191 GUN PRECINCT t2 627 416 66.3 l27 2d3 140 242 CON PRECINCT 63 525 334 6.z.o 165 225 99 204 CON PRECINCT 64 557 307 55.1 n4 L85 9t 173 CON PM LC IN LT 66 436 283 64.9 74 195 da 171 CDN PRECINCT 67 74L 424 57.1 1[ 257 139 23J CON PRECINCT ad 044 406 03.0 ll1 262 13! 230 CON PRECINCT 69 511 295 57.6 7 e. 19.1 B j 1'I C6.4 PRECINCT 70 606 457 5b.6 10 283 110 264 i SHELL UEACH 2 Iy 7 40.6 I 1 3 ABSENTEE CCN45-5d 418•4 24 12- ABSENTEE CONt2-64 401 3 Y 2 ABSENTEE CON66-70 1711 135 20 136 aa• ABSENTEE TOTALS -09 641 I' 2 (j4 11" 21 165 24 1G 3RD SUPERVISURIAL 148141 I : 9289: 6L .7 J4U 03 20'31 B1 1019 9U Ld95 LMANCH 4 L lOi 55.5 +� CJN PRECINCT 7l 68 49m 73. 15 313j 17t 2B•, C.6N PRECINCT 72 691 50L 71• LS' 33 153 301 CON PH EC IN CT 73 B7 5671 fib, 15' 37i Lha 346 CON PRECINCT 74 50 426 75.4 12 2ul 141 2S CON PRECINCT 75 47� 305 04.ki 5 191 101 LA CON PRECINCT 7o 6 W 431 64.4 13 1K0 !hl 25 CON PRECINCT 77 6261j 4.0 bd.4 tit 321, 99 21;1 CON PMECINCT 7d 3di{ lldl 57.3: 5 15y 51 141. ' CON PRECINCT 7•; 57Jj 4011I 7J.i3 11 264 1J7 13l CJN PRECINCT dJ 10 6lvl 66. 17�• 406 2l'3 35 CON PRECINCT dl 49 3451 69.5{ 9C 01 1eu tic CON PRECINCT d2 I 76ti 3941 51.1 I 13' 222jII 141 2091 CON PRECINCT d3 v2i 4o3i 5L .3jE 15 2d 17a 244 I CUN PRECINCT d4 74]SJ1�I 4981 66.41 k 319! 165 2db flj CON PRECINCT 85 U5y 5401 64.1 12 376 142 j4a CON P,+ECViCT do n0�, 4661 58.1 99 343 11b 31� .Q..., .p ...... CCN PRECINCT bT I JUNE. 6. 1978. CONSULINATI'N DIRECT PkIMAPY (LECTION — SLU CUUNTY W ASUKE G WPU I I R V T M 9' M 117 M - CON PRECINCT db PAGE NUMocR 016.00002 378 59.6 R 12' 206 13` A FAIR OARS 2 2 2 LUO.0 T A A CSO FLACO 31 21 67.1 I F. N 1J S 8 S S ABSENTEE CON7l-79 249 l i 5 0 74 U U U ABSENTEE CONbJ-81 10 T 8 U b R R k 81 { 1. E C T E E AdSENTEE CONd4—d9 E 150 2 121 S1 lit •+• A6SENTEE TUTALS •+• 996 to 36i 1 3�6 (, 4TH SUPERVISORIAL H 9139 67. I 25bl 6034 I 545J 0 T CON PRECINCT 97 869 414 47.6 213 L4 I V GUN PRECINCT 96 58 236 40.2 144 6 I CDN PRECINCT 99 496 260 52.4 13o 9 T Ci1N PRECINCT LOJ 573 298 52.0 162 B j CON PRECINCT 101 671 330 49.L ldy to R 622 386 62.0 1710 LU` � CUN PRECINCT l01 S 457 62. 250 L7` 1 901 ti13 45.8 22 Y N Y N Y N CON PRECINCT 105 i 346 5U.5 201 LO` E U E U I E U CON PRECINCT Loo 999 396 J9.6 ZOL 101 S S S CON PRECINCT 107 780 469 I ' 202 14 I CJN PRECINCT IUd 604 � 66.0 I I CCN PRECINCT bT 122 79J 64.7 14 505 177 :)J71 CON PRCCINCT db 552 311 50. 9' 186 117 15b - CON PRECINCT db 631, 378 59.6 12' 206 13` 191 FAIR OARS 2 2 2 LUO.0 2 CSO FLACO 31 21 67.1 11 1J 11 8 ABSENTEE CON7l-79 249 63 1 b1l 74 152 ABSENTEE CONbJ-81 10 1 8 b ABSENTEE CON62—U3 81 1. 66 23 bU AdSENTEE CONd4—d9 150 2 121 S1 lit •+• A6SENTEE TUTALS •+• 996 to 36i 133 3�6 4TH SUPERVISORIAL 13497 9139 67. I 25bl 6034 2844 545J CON PRECINCT 97 869 414 47.6 213 L4 GUN PRECINCT 96 58 236 40.2 144 6 CDN PRECINCT 99 496 260 52.4 13o 9 Ci1N PRECINCT LOJ 573 298 52.0 162 B CON PRECINCT 101 671 330 49.L ldy to CON PRECINCT 102 622 386 62.0 1710 LU` CUN PRECINCT l01 729 457 62. 250 L7` CON PRECINCT 10v 901 ti13 45.8 22 11 CON PRECINCT 105 60b 346 5U.5 201 LO` CON PRECINCT Loo 999 396 J9.6 ZOL 101 CON PRECINCT 107 780 469 60.1 202 14 CJN PRECINCT IUd 604 199 66.0 244 11 CON PkcCINCT 109 641 31d 49.6 16L 9 CON PRECINCT LLO 1050 712 69.7 337 661 CON PREC114CT ILL 416 3261 77.9 165 14 ABSENTEE CON97—LLL 4781 266 16 ••• ABSENTtE TOTALS *•• 478 208 16 5TH SUPERVISORIAL 1062 6258 58.8 3575 213 ••�• T 0 T A L S «•'• I 38936 24086 63.4 6b55 4262 3272 0063 3757 7305 I 1 NteAP JUNL 6, 1974 CONSULIDATFO DIRCCT PRIMARY ELI'CTION — SLU COUNTY MI.ASURE G THAU 1 PAGE NUMUER OLd.00000 R V T M M M E 0 C L- E I L N 5 S S S S 0 U U U T U R P N c C T E E E R A E S G H 1 0 T V 0 T E R S Y N Y N Y N F U E U L U J 5 S S 16TH CONGRESSIUNAL 20591 1240 60.2 6b55 426 2 0 S 5 19TH CONGAESSICNAL 16343 12281 66.9 327C 005y 3752 7300 17TH SENATURIAL 3b93o 24oU6 63.4 6655 426" 1272 8063 3 75 7 7305 29TH ASSEMBLY 38936 246tili 63.4 61)55 426i J272 8061 3757 7305 IST SUPERVISORIAL I ' JND SUPERVISORIAL 3R0 SU PERY[SORIRL 14U14 92 U9 62.7 3460 2031 8l1 2024 9011 11155 4TH SUPERVISOkIAL 134911 9139 67.7 24bl b034 2849 5450 5TH SUPERVISORIAL 10625 6254 I 58 .a 3375 223 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE 5i16� 4026 72.9 1111 26Ub 1275 2441 CITY OF G,KGVER C1 TY 34011 2067 60.7 603 1270 6711 IIto CITY OF MJRP.O BAY CITY 0r PASU K06LES CITY OF SAN LUIS U1315R0 20575 12395 60.1 605' 426 4I 1 CITY CF PISMO UEACH 314U 2042 65.0 50' 1325 567 12011 UNINCORPORATED AREA 6305; 4156 65.-1 l0tj5 2774 1237 2496 CUUNTY TOTAL i adv! X4646 ) 1 63.4 � 6!J55 4Z64 3272 8063 3757 7305 I COUNP( OF SAN LU!S OB!SPO) SS I WISBETH WOLLAM, County Clerk of te above entitled Cr,:jnl.y, and Ex -Officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Viermf. do hereby clDrtify Vat II,,e fi,-go:,,,,g is j 1111. L true & correct GI the original or, rilp in my off-=, ?nd li I have cI-r,,!jljy ronpjr,,,,, the same 'with [he -JS, rf,Y llc�i!id W10 sea) of said "janaid of Super - ism flus day of MISBETH VVOILLAM COUAN Gofk and G Ex, V:rio .4 � Clerk of the Board of upclviso,s DY D.7 7": C E R T I F I C A T E I, J.H. Fitzpatrick, the duly qualified and acting City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, hereby certify that the attached is a true and correct copy of the Certificate of the County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo, of the Statement of the.Vote for Ballot Measure D, on the ballot of the Consolidated Direct Primary Election held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday, June 6, 1978. MEASURE "D" Shall the proposed alternative Section 405 of the Charter limiting the term of any elected official to eight (8) years in succession be adopted? Yes 7005 No 3697 Witness my hand and seal of the City of San Luis Obispo this 27th day of June, 1978. SEAL , itzpatrick, City Clerk H V 00 n0 m - n H C=] O �i n 0 n r t3l n 0 m rt C n o n ri O Lf) nn o O Sv pr o H I -h O m d bd cn H 0 `'yy V C nwcd �t a m rt m cn m G rt H• YC�_ 'I 0 rzj H H- °H '��C r alZ) �yi c > G1 H rt `C G O H r HlT1 n 9 J �yPa rt r -h rt 0 " m Z cn " p F4 Z E/) C/)to CA cn En En rt H 0 W rt En 0 F -h o a It ftj to E 1 ci m rt O PO (n O CHn >Cn n Cil CrJ Ci] Ci] LTJ C�] H• p E Ef) w rt x td rao 0 t3l ti n to a o P, rt d m m �t trJ H H z "I .. 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O b H• H m H• m H• ►'i H• n H• H• G (D rt rh rt I'd P3 o rto P) n O O H•O rt ca a � t -t G Cr m 0 a rt 0 . /- G H p �C m rt Po (D ro-h :a' "D cn m .4 m m a, N ` m w �c H � 'd � � cn � o �, 00 C) P3 rt H Sv H• H rt O O m O Ftp p �' Cn - W O H• H Cn O p, O m 0 to I -C P3 N a P3 a m rt cn r rh rt o N o H• a I -h (D rt En G d P) H. w G kC O p b G o •a I -h o P) O cn O P3 a rt m n rt H• L4 I -h p O rt GQ I -h = H• I -h n rh I -h w ri Om rt cn G m rh m m m d H• P3 G 9 rt d H an rt Hart rt m rt G rt o G m p' m m v J (D �(D m � rI, � rt m, : 0 H C=] O �i n 0 n r t3l n vi z r > o >r d171 " H H n bd cn t� V C nwcd a H 'Z H En cn m En �OONH 0 rzj H H- °H '��C r alZ) c k G1 H t� in E n 9 H H Z H H C=] O �i n 0 n r t3l ' JUNE 6, 1970 CONSOLIOATE.D OIRLCT PRIMARY E1.(CTION - SUl COUNTY McASUk( A TnRU 1 PAGE NUMbEk 016.0CCUI R E G T R 0 T E VIT 0 T S 4 T T V _I R U M E A k e A Y E S N 0 M L- I A H L d Y E 5 N 0` �) E A 1 C Y S - F I ; j I N U I 'CON PRECINCT tis 6861 321 46.7 172 aj 116 131 L 15 155 CON PRECINCT 40 735 383 52.1 225 41 L4 13b 147 i 163 CON PRECINCT 47 685 "std 47.8 184 7' 1211 123 I" LTL CUN PRECINCT 4d 49L 256 52.1 L44 5 rd 62 106 67 L2() CUN PRECINCT 49 568 343 6U.a 197 76 114 ls5 136 lap. CON PRECINCT 50 707 399 56.4 248 0 171 149 172 153 CON PRLC INCT 5L 731 402 54 ,ti 238 L02 140 194 163 1+f7 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 200 7 119 15L 139 151 CUN PRECINCT 53 765 439 57.3 bos 64, d Lid 21`1 Ld2 CON PRECINCT 54 d9 559 65.3 385 too 254 212 274 242 ICON PRECINCT 55 728 466 64.0 200 12' 17L 216 179 242 CON PRECINCT 56 90C 572 59.5 3a0 14' 233 260 247 275 CON PRECINCT 57 715 423 59.1 23b L03 i4,.A L$2 169 193 CON PRECINCT .5d 672 514 58.9 315 1,20 200 221 210 44L ABSENTED CON45-5d 410 233 121 136 265 171 117 ►•w Ad SCNTEE TJTALS ■•+ 1 418 233 Izs 1 34 15 3kD SUPERVISCRIAL 9954 6137 61.6 3716 1451 234q 2601 2501 2661 CON PR ECI^:CT 97 ea91 414 41.4 2 -J4 10, 142 189 176 17d CJN PKeCINCT 9d 5db 236 40.E 145 6 101 t19 Lu5 101 C U N PNcCINLT 1) 4 94L 264 52.4 L61 4 I .)b 1U2 104 1 I Cu(, Pk EC IN CT 100 57 29d 52.0 14-01 bt 10i I U 5 12 y1 LL CJ PRECINCT 101. 672 33,. 49.1 205 0 ILI 143 142¢ 1�7 LON PkfCINCT 102 62Z 366. 62.1 251 91 14 184 l6'. 1a� CON PRr.CTNCT LOT 725 457 62.0 29e 9 1 L14 207 22.1 1v4 CON PRECINCT LU4 901 413 45.8 wbi 6t 1 ;kj 164 163 161 CUN PRECINCT 105 6tl 346 5U .b 21' 71 1)I 144 149 15% CON PRECINCT LU6 99 396 39.G 22 0 1 13 141 15L Lbv CON PRECINCT 107 78 409 6U.1 27 11L L8J L90 195 L1 CON PRECINCT IOb Loi T9L 04.11 253 9ti 15 171 181 17 CON PRECINCT 109 641 Tld 49.W 18 61 121 11 1341I 13'a CON PRECINCT 110 105 732 69.7 49 151 17 346 3061 357 CON PRECINCT L11 41. T26 77.9 23 6011 1A 157 141. L61 ABSENTEE CON97-111 4743 2 Iii 16 137 252 183 252 ••• AbSChTEE TOTALS ••• 478 244 16 1,3 152 1433 251 i STM r SUPERVISUk1AL 1 LUO2`. 0254 5d A 3d4j L391 23 L' 1101 2677 2010 I j•••• T 0 T A L S 2U575j 12355 60.:1 75,11 284 466 5303 5251 56 17 w.aw+.a ,rruw nvrw� I l i I I PAVE NUMBER OL7.00001 JUNE 4R 4 S T E R E U V 0 T E R S 6, 1970 V T S " C A S T CUNSOLIUATED T R a U T 01k1.CT M I A l u I k E j D Y E S PkIMAkV N 0 FLECTION M A u P E E Y E S - N 0 SLO COUNTY M E k E F YY E S N 0 MEASURE U T{11,U CON PRECINCT 45 686 321 46.7 173 93 69 151 124 LJS CON PRECINCT 4b 735 183 52.1 221 98 lU3 Id2 15U 1W CON PRECINCT 47 685 328 47.b 171 97 94 150 131 10n CON PRECINCT 48 491 256 52.1 126 6 b 80 110 115 73 CLN PRECINCT 49 508 343 a,) 3 177 Los 1U2 153 150 4v CUN PRECINCT 5U 707 399 56.4 132 IL4 L16 205 169 13v CON PRECINCT 5L 731 402 54.'1 133 101 110 200 162 151 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 179 101 98 1 b 6 146 119 CON RRcCINC 1 53 769 439 57.3 257 13,f 127 213 206 14i C.7N PRECINCT 54 U54 559 65.3 339 16 201 174 264 143 CON PRLCINCT 55 728 4b6 b4.0 270 L4L 146 243 186 194 CON Pk EC 1N CT 56 966} 572 59.5 359 Lc' 194 30-, 257 22J CON PKECINCT 57 715 423, 59.1 252 10 150 186 157 LG5 CON PRECINCT 58 d 7 2 514 56.9 29J I!)u 155 263 214 1'i0 AoSLNTEE CON45-58 4L8 160 111 130 217 161 l61 +• ABSENTEE TOTALS+• 418 le 64 ILL L3h 217 lbl LUL 1R0 SUPERVISCRIAL 995J 6L37 61.6 3552 177k 1921 3023 2615 22L6 CON PkE�INCT 97 669 414 47.6 22 11' 134 181 154 156 CON PRELINCT 9d 6b6 236 4U.1 1.10 It 71 111 Lou 91 CON PRECI14CY 99 444 261 51.4 131 8: b; 132 Lod b CUN PRECINCT LOO 5 Ij 298 bi..o 151 d L t1i 124 Ll4 b4 CJN PkECINCT 101 672 33U 45.1 Lai 91, Lis 148 143 112 CON PREC LN CT 102 622 386 62.0 20 Li I LW 2Ud 177 141 CON PkECINCT 103 72 457 62.6 254 14' 161 225 19& 161 CON Pk ECINC I 104 901 413 45.8 23" 10 L42 I tsl L75 L24 CON PRECINCT 105 085 3ti0 50.5 19,j tl t I Qs 16 L41 11L CON PRECINCT 106 9,J9 39b 39.b 215 9 12' 151 174 9 CDN PRECINCT 107 7 84 469 60.L 26 13 c L4J dkj 19 Lol CON PR ECIUCT IOd tQcd 199 66.0 2L' 14c 130 19b 179 Lr4 CON PRECINCT 109 64 Jldl 49.6 1 V 6L bc 162 12 LOI CuN PKECINCT 110 10 732 69.7 38 26f 23 393 341 173 CUN PRECINCT ILI 41d i 32b 77.9 2O 91 12' 16 16 124 ABILNTEE CON97-1L1 4178 2bu 164 l5w 142 174 2U0 ••■ ABSENTEE TOTALS ■• 476 2b6 161 L5 2,,2 174 2U 5TH SUPERVISURIAL 10625 625d 58.d 3453 L9LS 200 2994 2676 2162 •+•+ T 0 T A L S •++• 20'575 12395 b0.2 7U05 369 -19 �6 60L4 5241 4390 RF(AP JUNE 6, 1974 CONSIILIDATLD DIRECT PRIMARY LLFCTIIIN — SLO COU14TY MEASURE U THRU F PAUt NUMBER 017.000DO E 0 M U E Irj G T R A A A III ! I E: N s S S S 5 li U U U l T V K R R A L L J E k T E F 0 T 0 I V ! E II S ` Y N Y N Y N E U E U t G S 5 5 167,( CdhGRES5IGNAL Z0576 12395 60.2 7005 3691 3fi26 60141 9291 4394 lYT1( CGN69tESSIGNAL !1 17711 SENATORIAL 2057' 12395 60.2 700 .3691 3926 bUlA, 5491 439ti c 29TH ASS MtLY ;0575 12395 bO.2 7001 3691 392 6014 5291 439ui IST SUPERV ISCA IAL 200 SUKA VISCRIAL 3RO SUPZKVISORIAL 9950 6137 61.4 3552 177 1921 3020 Z015 221 ,sTn SUPrRVISCn1AL 7TH SUPERVISCKIAL L062 6254 56.t 3453 19U 20U` 2994 267t 21d CITY OF AR+tO Flt t:nANUk E CITY T)F GRCVEk CITY CITY UF MUkRO SAY CITY t3F PASA R(IuLES CITY OF SA11 LOIS OBISPO 20773 12395 6U.2 7UO5 3691 39Zt 6U14 5491 439L CITY OF PISMO BEACH WIINCURPORATEO AREA CUONTY TOTAL 2057h L2395 60.2 7005 3691 394k 6014 5291 4396 JIINE 60 I97U CLINSULIOATFII O111FCT PRIMARY ELECTION - SLu CFIIINTY MEASURE u TIIRU I PACE NUMBER JId.OJ001 i N I V T N M N E 0 U E E E II 6 � T R A A A E N S 5 5 1 S` S au u u T U R R k i C A i t E E a H 1 0 T V n T E R S Y N Y NY N E O E a E U S S S CON PRECINCT 45 686 321 40.7 197 6 LON PRECINCT 46 135 383 52.1 209 L.14j WN PRECINCT 47 665 328 47.x1 102 9 CON PRECINCT 46 491 250 52.L L47 6 CON PRECINCT 49 566 343 t0.3 100 B CON PRECINCT 50 1071 399 56.4 2J0 12 CON PRECINCT 51 731 4J2 54.9 ZZ5 13 CON PRECINCT 5Z 451 314 6906 174 121 CON PRECINCT 53 765 43'1 57.3 2421 16r CON PRECINCT 54 d5o 559 65,3 332 l91 CON PRECINCT 55 718 sot, 64.h7 281 14 CON PRECINCT 56 960 572 59.5 3L0 211 CON PRECINCT 57 715 423 59.1 226 L4 CON PRtLINCT 5d 872 514 5b.9 2$3 19' CON PRECINCT 62 627 41b 66.] L20 24! 140 242 CON PRECINCT 63 51. 334 6s.6 b5 225 99 204 CON PRECINCT 64 551 307 55.1 64 LBS 92 l7s CON PRECINCT 6o 436 203 64.9 74 195 b 171 CON PRECINCT 67 742 424 57.1 IZA Z57 1s1 2i1 CON PRECINCT bb 044 406 03. ill 262 134 23LI CON PRECINCT 69 5U 295 57.6 7 193 J3 1'7� CON PRECINCT 70 60 457 56• 103 285 110 262 SHELL BEACH 2 1' 7 40.6 2 L 1 1 Ad:ENT EE CON45-5d 410' 264 12 AU:ENTEt CONCZ-64 46 3 ti 27 ABSENTEE CON66-70 177 1 135 til 1s6 i 16d4 ABSENTEE TOTALS •�� 641 2bi Li' 27 165 2y 164 JkO SUPERVISORIAL 14811,- 9280 6.4.7 J4d 203 OLI aO29 90b 1J55 LRANCH 4 it L 55.5 h y CON PRECINCT 7L 68 49a 73. 15 31i I 170 28„ CON PRECINCT 72 69` 501 IL. t I3' 334 151 sul CON PRECINCT 73 abli 567 66.0 1 bj 373 165 340 CON PRECINCT 74 501 426 75. Y 12 287 141 25 CUN PRECINCT 75 47C s05 o4.b 9 191 107 115 CON PRECINCT 7o 66 431 64. 11 1 2811 L51 25. CON PRECINLT 77 b2 4io 68.4 0 321 99 2tiI CON PRECINCT 7d 38(, Z I b 57.3 5L 155 57 140 CON PRECINCT 7; 570 401 70.s 11 1 2 Ww IA 2.` CON PRECINCT J0 93" bl9 6b. IT' 406 21.3 35h CON PRECINCT dl 49it S4Y• 69.9 94 2UL 1Z 0 1I CON PRECINCT d1 76t1 3941 51.3! 13' 222 141 10' CON PRECINCT dJ 42> 4.J1 S2.s Isi 2d5 174 249 CON PRECINCT d4 74y{ 49d 66.41 144 319 165 2do CON PRECINCT 85 d!)5464 64.ZI LZ J76 1.42 sod CON PA ECI.%CT e6 004. 466 Db.1 9 343 116 3LJ JUNF. 6, L97b, CONSOLIOATFO DIRECT PRIMAkY FLECTION — ;Lu COUNTY MIAWHF. G TttNU 1 VAI;E hllMocR Oltl.00002 R V T H M T R A A A i 1 E N S S S y T U R R t EA E E L T I 0 T H I G V J T T E R 5 Y N Y N Y N I� U O u II S S S l R CDN PRECINCT u7 1224 793. 64.7' 14 585 177 71 CDN PRECINCT db 551 311 5c. —b 9' LBZ� 117 15d CON PRECINCT b 634 3711 59.6 L24 x06 135 192 FAIT OAKS 2 1 i LUO. 4 1 FLACO 31 21 67.7 11 LJ 13 d �CSO AdSENTEE CON71-79 249 6J Lb3 79 L51 ABSENTEE CONbJ-81 10 1 b h ABSENTEE CON62—d3 87 15 66 23 to ABSENTEE CONd4-69 150 1 121 31 lit ►+• ABSENTEE TOTALS •+• +96 104 366 133 3.16 4TH SUPERVISORIAL 13497 9L 31) 67.1 246 6034 2849 545,1 CON PRECINCT 97 869 41§ 47.6 213, 14 I ` CON PRECINCT 98 5B6 236 40.2 Loa b CON PRECINCT 99 590 260 52.5 13 9 1' Cuh PRECINCT 100 573 290 52.0 161 B CON PRECINCT LOL 672 330 49.1 10 l lu CON PRECINCT 102 622 31161 62..0 17S lb' CON PRECINCT 103 729 457 62.db 25' 17 CON PRECINCT 1 O 901 413 45.5 229 L1 CON PRECINCT 105 685 346 5u.S 2Ul LU CON PRECINCT lUb 9119 30i4 J9.6 20 10 CON PRECINCT 007 780 46Y 60.1 152 lY i C u N PR EC114CT LOd 604d 399 66.05 L4 1!' � CON PKcCINCT 109 641 31d 49.6 144, 9 II jj CJN PRECINCT 110 10513 732 69.7 331 36 II CON PRECINCT 111 4111 32b 77..1 165 14 Ij AbSENTEt CON97—lll 4711 268 lb ••+ ABSENTEE TOTALS +• I 47111 lbs 16 5TH SUPERVISORIAL 10629 6258 SH.d 3 1 75 223 •••• T 0 T A L S •+"• 389i6 24686 63.4 61158 426i 3272 6063 3757 7305 1 1 i Ml l'�P 3UNL 6, 1Vid CONSLILIDATFO IIIPLCT PRIMAPY EL f.0 TI ON — SLQ COUNTY MEASURE G THAU 1 PAGE NUMBER O1d.00000 R V T M M M E 0 U E L E G T 1i 4 A I N 5 5 S s 0 U U U T U I: P R E C T E E E E S G H l 0 T V 0 T R 5 Y N Y N Y N E U E U E 0 5 � S S I i 16TH CONGRESSIONAL 20593 12405 60.2 6455 4262 2 d 5 I 5 19TH CONGRESSTONAL 18343 12281 66.9 327c 0055 3752 7S U0 17TH SENATORIAL 36936 24606 63.4 685 426" A27 6063 3757 7305 29TH ASSEMBLY 31:1936 24686 63.4 6155 426 3271 8063 3757 7305 IST SUPERVISORIAL 170 SUPERVISORIAL JJ 1 3R0 SUPcRVISORIRL 14814 9289 62.7 3400 2UJ II kill 2029 906 1655 4TH SUPERVISORIAL 134471 9139 67.7 2461 6034 2649 5460 STH SUPERVI.SORIAL 10625 6258 58.6 3375 2211 CITY OF ARROYO GRANUE 5516 4026 72.9 1111 26bb 1275 2441 CITY OF GiGVER CITY 3Y0U 2067 60.7 603 127u 67u 11 W CITY OF MJRRO bAY CITY UP PASO kOBLES I CITY OF SAN LUIS UkiISRO�20575 12395 60.1 665' 416 CITY OF PIS)-IU BEACH 13Lt4 2042 65. 50' 1325 567 12.1L UNINCORPORAT£O AREA I 6305 4156 65.9 LGS5 2774 12j7 2496 COUNTY TOTAL 38,i3o Z4ecI6 'r 63.4 I bb55 426t 3272 8061 3757 7305 ATE 0"' CA! I A COMM OF SAN LUIS OBISPO) I M11SBETH WOLLAM, County Clerk of the above entitled Co:m[y, and Ex -Officio C!crk of the Board of Supervisors helph Y Ig is I fL'JI, nly ca have cc-j1.m1:!IjY :I,cZ;;,,na WJiLh the Y m seal 0 -111 1 said B."ard of Super - day of MISRETH WOLLAM C,Ounq Ginik and Ex -Officio Clerk of the Boarder of uciv;sors By C E R T I F I C A T E I, J.H. Fitzpatrick, the duly qualified and acting City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, hereby certify that the attached is a true and correct copy of the Certificate of the County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo, of the Statement of the Vote for Ballot Measure F, on the ballot of the Consolidated Direct Primary Election held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday, June 6, 1978. MEASURE "F" Shall the proposed alternative Section 1102 of the Charter making the establishment of a Personnel Board mandatory be adopted? Yes 5291 No 4398 Witness my hand and seal of the City of San Luis Obispo this 27th day of June, 1978. SEAL iop- 1tzpatrick, City Clerk 16TH CUNGRESSIONAL VoTH CC11GAESSIONAL i LITH 5614ATOkIAL 211 TM ASSEMBLY 1ST SUPERVISCRIAL ZNQ SUPERVISORIAL `3kU SUYEMVISGRIAL 4TH SUPERVISUmlAL {5Th SUPt RVISUR IAL ECITY OF ARk0Y0 uRANDE CITY iJF GRCV ER CITY Cl TY OF MURRO nAY CITY OF PASO R06LES I ]CITY OF SAN LUIS UbISPO [CITY OF PISMO BEACH ]UNINCORPORATED AhEA (COUNTY TOTAL 20575 12395 6U, 2051 L2395 60, 2057 12395 60. 9950[ 6137` 61. 1U625� 626d! 5d, 2U575' 123971 6U. 1} ! 2057 123v5 v0„ t 7591] 2U44 I 46G2 53 7591 2b4 ! '1642 53 7591 284' f .062 5f 371° 146 23ti 26 JUNE 6, 197d CONSOL10ATED 0114ECT PkIMAkY E-LLCTION — 2T 75di, Gua 460' SLi1 Ci,UNTY MtaSukL a Tutw C j ,Moth U10,00000iT 2" T M j U E M M I I r"j a S O U jl S u T F c f i E t 16 1 C I I + I T i n S� 1 !J { ]I E LNj Y N'! O j Y 1 1 S s S L ! I 16TH CUNGRESSIONAL VoTH CC11GAESSIONAL i LITH 5614ATOkIAL 211 TM ASSEMBLY 1ST SUPERVISCRIAL ZNQ SUPERVISORIAL `3kU SUYEMVISGRIAL 4TH SUPERVISUmlAL {5Th SUPt RVISUR IAL ECITY OF ARk0Y0 uRANDE CITY iJF GRCV ER CITY Cl TY OF MURRO nAY CITY OF PASO R06LES I ]CITY OF SAN LUIS UbISPO [CITY OF PISMO BEACH ]UNINCORPORATED AhEA (COUNTY TOTAL 20575 12395 6U, 2051 L2395 60, 2057 12395 60. 9950[ 6137` 61. 1U625� 626d! 5d, 2U575' 123971 6U. 1} ! 2057 123v5 v0„ t 7591] 2U44 I 46G2 53 7591 2b4 ! 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O w I -h rt H• a rt m F-' rt G rt rt n rt O Fi m Fh a C7 , b H• F� m W m H. n H• n W H• G m rt I° -h rt ~d w o rt o w 0 O O H• o rt co m (D - a �' ti d p m a rt � p F- G m rt (( D F -h A i Cn ti _ w m 0 "d m O(D 1-4 m v p w C (D �o a _P_ -14- cn � 0 w rt oo n w 1-t F" w H• I--' rt O O m 0 Fh ;j0 'rr Ln A O H• H m o A. G o m o Ln 4- w IV a w a m rt rn r t -h rt O tv O H. a Fh m rt rn p d w H• rn G 1.4 o G Fo 0 o Fho w o m o w a rt m n rt 0 H. L4 G I -h G O m I -h rt OQ Fh m = H. Fh ° Ft Fh rh d Om rt m I—' a n rt H• rt rn rt m Fj• w O G 9 rt d m •J rt rt Ft1 rt m 0 �3' m, m v P m F -A m 0 m (D 14 rt C) vri z r En aC:� 9 a t7 nw�t� a H Cn U) tTj �Oo�y O v t=i n Hrb a oo sr � � c o cl t, cn In n 9 H H C y JUNE 6, 1970 CCINSDLIDATED DIRE -CT PRIMARY PLICTION - SLII COUNTY MLASUkh A Yw(U '_^I PAUE NJNbEk OLo.000U1 R V T L T k 5 s c T U R A T U T V T E k S M A U k E A Y 5 N 0 M A U R E 8 Y S N U H C A S ll ' C Y S I4 I fl I I - I ! I I f I N I U l I I ICON PRECINCT tiS 606 321 46.1 172 8A 110 13L 1251 155 CON PRECINCT 4o 735 Jul 52.1 225 66 15CA 13b 147 LdJ CON PRECINCT 47 685 32d 47.8 184 7' 121 113 140' IJ1 CUN PRECINCT 4d 49L 250 52.L 140 5o 82 L06 07 12o CON PRECINCT 49 560 34J 6U.3 197 7c 116 135 136 150 CON PRECINCT SO 707 394 56.4 246 06 171 149 172 1B3 CON PRECINCT 51 731 402 54.9 23u L02 140 194 163 lb7 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 200 15 119 151 139 151 CON PRECINCT 5J 765 439 57.3 J05 64 1 ut Ila 219 Luz CON PRECINCT 54 856 559 65.3 365 LO 2a4 212 274 242 CON PRECINCT 55 720 466 b4. "1 200 12 Ij 171 21.6 US 242 CON PR ECIuCT 56 9b+i 572 59.5 340 14° 23J 441 247 275 CON PA EC1NCT 57 715 423 59.1 238 lU3 L4� 102 169 L93 CON PREL INCT .5d 672 ti l's X8.9 315 120 2Qli 221 210 24L AdSENTE9 CON45-5d 410 233 1211 13t 2GS 171 2L5l ••* A13SCNTEE TOTALS ••• 41u 233 12 06 205 171 215 3k0 SUPERVISCRIAL 9950 6137 61►6 3716 1451 2349 2601 2504 2d61 CON PRECI^.CT 97 809' 4L4 47.e 23 l0° 14 169 176 178 CUN PkCCINCT 9d 5d6 236 40.1 14a 64 le 49 tui LUL CUN Pi.CINCT •i9 49iii 26C 52.41 16 4t I -b 102 104 119 CU I. Pk EC IN CT 100 57j� 298 5z.c 16 6! 171 LOa 12 l l C'JN PRECINCT l01 67 330 49.1 204sp b 11.7 143 142 1�'/ CON PkECINCT LOG 622 3441 62 si 25L 9 1 ke L04 169 Lai CUN PRrCINCT 101 729 4ti71 6"2. 29 9 17 207 223 1'4 LON PRECINCT LU4. 901 413 45.8 243 d 15 164 lb3 161 II CON PRECINCT 105 685 J46 5U.5 zit 71 131 L44 149 15, CON PRECINCT Luh 999 39 39.Q 2Z t, 41 13 1,43 1,51 16 CON PRECINCT 107 78C� V69 tU.l 27L 121 L03 L90 19 [l CON PRECINCT LOU 6o4 J99 b6.: Z33 Y L51 17L lu7 17 CON PR CCINCT 104 641 310 49. 18 0 1Z 11 134 13' CON PREC INCT 1 L0 1050 732 69. T '.9 151 276 346 306 35'1 CON PRECINCT ILL 4l J26 77.9 23t 6 I I'3 157 L4 J; 16 ABSENTEE CON97-1 L1 470 2 4@4 L6 131 152 I a A 252 •�• AhSChTEE TOTALS ••• 474 244 16t 131 x52 103 25 5TH SUPERVISOkIAL 1062:1 6250 58.d 1 Itsoi L39 23 l' 2702 2673, 281u •••• T 0 T A L S •••• 20575; 12355 60.2 i 75cdl 284 4662 5343 5251 5677 tif.CAP JUNE 6, 1978 CJNSOLIIIATED UIHECT PRIMARY ELrCTION - I :L0 C,,rJNTY MLA'WPL A TW U C PALE NUMBLk 016.00000 R V T M G T k M 4 l E fl 5 S T S U F F U i E C T E E R R A t D T A 6 C I 1 T ` � H S !I[I + Y E No I s f i i + , s Il6TH CONGRESSIONAL 2057 12395 60.2 7581 2tl4 i64 5303 1f IjTH CClrGHESS1UNAL I 525i� 5c 7T 117TH ScNATJLIAL 20575 123951 60.2 7581 264 466 530 525' 5677 I ASSEMBLY 2057 12395 60.2 7581 264 tiaG' tiiU3 5257 5671 IIs 129TH LST SUPERVISCRIAL } 2ND SUPERVISORIAL J I 3kU SUYtkVISCRIAL 995 6131 61. 371c 1411 2!+• 2601 25d4 2861 llf fir, SUPtkVISC�IAL ,tlTH SUPCRVISJHIAL 10625 6254 58. 386 139 2}1. 27i?2 2673 2d1�, i CITY OF AHHO YU uHANDE jCITV ur 6RCVER CIfY i CITY OF MORHO BAY i CITY OF PASO ROtlLES CITY UF SAN LU IS UBISPO 20575 123951 bu.4 7581 4$4 44oi 5303 5251 �! 5671 CITY OF PISMO BEACH UNINCORPORATED AkEA I COUNTY TOTAL 205 530 5251 f 5677 I� JUNE 6, 1970 CONSUL IUATE D DI (A I. CT PRIMAH V fLPCTIGN - SLD COUNTY MEASURE U T11nU f PAVE NUMBER 017.00001 R V T �� T M A M F- M E G R a S S 0 U U ll T E C E E E 7 R A E S D E F ' U T V 0 T E R S Y N Y N Y N U U 0 S S I S ICON PRECINCT 45 686 321 46.7 li! 93 151 124 11)9 CON PRECINCT 4o 735 3B3 52.1 223 qfj l0! Ld2 150 LsU CON PRECINCT 47 685 328 47.8 171 97 94 L50 L31 Lou CON PR EL IN CT 4d 491 256 52.A 126 del a0 110 LLD 13 GON PRECINCT CV Sod 343 oJ.3 177 10' 102 153 150 vv I CUN PRECINCT 5U 701 399 56.4 232 11 LIU 105 169 139 C[IN PRECINCT 5L 7-)1 402 54.V e 30 10 LZU 200 162 152 CUN PRECINCT 52 451 3L4 69.6 177 10 9a 166 146 119 CON PR2CINCT 53 j 765 439 57.3 251 13s� L21 213 206 L•i.3 C,3N PRECINCT' 54 856 5D9 65.3 339 lb 2J1 174 261, 193 CON PRL-CINCT 55 748 466 b4.0 2701 Lot 146 243 L66 1'i4 CON PRECINCT D6 9ba 572 59.y 3591 10L 19+ 3Ua 257 22J CON PKECINCT 51 715 423. 59.1 252 lut 150 Las L57 165 CON 13KECINCT 50 072 514 58.9 ZyJ 15' 155 26! 224 140 AuSENTEE CON45-58 4Ld 2414) 111 I 3t, 217 161 16[ ��• ABSENTEE TOTALS 418 i6d lit 06 211 l6l IU2 JRO SUPERVISORIAL 995J 6137 61.b 3552 17TE 1921 302.) 2615 22LL CUN PKE,;INCT Y7 U69 414 47.6 225 11 136 181 154 1t)6 CON PRECINCT 9d 506 236 4U.2 I A 7L 77 111 Lou 92 CON PRECINCT 99 49 26J 52.4 137 81 UQ 134 LOd 8d CUN PRECINCT IUO 57 Z90 51 .0 151 d I 0j L24 L14 65 CJN PRECINCT 10L 672 3311 4ti.1 ld 9 LL5 14U 143 112 CON PRECINCT 102 C) 22 38b 62. 2o(1 131 11 208 I77' l4L CON PRECINCT 103 72+ 457 62.a 294 141 162 22} 1 194 16l CON PLECINCT L04 901 413 45.0 230 10 14 14 175 l24 CON PRECINCT 105 085 3+0 50.5 19tj 8t L0 1614 147 L 1 CON PRECINCT 106 9`0 39a 39.6 21b 9 12 L51 174 9 CON PRECINCT 107 ?all 419 60.1 26 13 i 14 /23 195 L6l CON PK ECIfICT L08 6u4, 39V 66.L'� 21" 14c Etc 196 179 L44 1 CON PRECINCT 109 64l jld 49.4 1! sc ilk L62 124 LOI CuN PK EC IN CT L10 LO50 734' oV.7 Sas 261 231 3V3 341 Z7.) CON PRECINCT ILL 4LU 3Z61 77.9 lot 94 LZ' 1 CJ5 L64 1Z4 ABSENTEE CON97-111 4781 260 16 L ski 142 114 2 0 L •e• ABSENTEE TOTALS WOO 476 zbc l4) ISO 2,92 174 200 5TH SUPERVISURIAL 10625 625d 58.a 303 19l' 2U4 2994 2676 2162 •��� T 0 T A L S 10575112395 I 60.2 7,10 369 392 6OL4 524L 4398 MF(Ap JUNG 6, 1974 CONSULIOATCU DIRECT PRIMARY I-LtCTIUN — SLO COUNTY N[ASuAr 0 Tilsit F PAGE NUMOER 017.00000 R V T M M M E 0 U C E E G T R A A A I E N 5 S 5 S 5 i U U U T LI H R R e C T C E E k A E S D E F O T V O T 'e R S Y N Y N Y N I S s 16TH CONGRESSIONAL 2057 12395 60.2 7005 36A 3fi26 6014 5191 439d _ lvTH CONGRESSIONAL 17TH SENATORIAL 20575 12395 60.2 7005 3691 3924 6U14 5691 4398 29TH ASSEMBLY 20575 12395 b0.2 700 369 3 924 6014 5291 4390 LST SUPERVISORIAL . 2NO SUPERVISORIAL 3RD SUPESVISORIAL 9950 t. 137 61.4 3552 L77L 1921 3020 2615 221 4TH SUPERV1SGAIAL STM SUPERVISCRIAL 1062 6250 56.e 345A 191 2oull 2994 267t 21d CITY OF ARROYO GnANUE CITY OF GROVEk CITY CITY OF MORRO 13AY ^ CITY OF PASO ROLLES CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO 20575 12395 6U.L 7005 31491 39kt 6D1 5291 41$94 CITY OF PISMO OEACH UNINCORPORATED AREA I COUNTY TOTAL 20575 12395 60.2 i 70US 3641 JliZk 6014 5291 41$96 JUNE 6. IVI11 CUNSOLIOAM) 0 111CCT PRIMARY ELECTION - SLU Gnl1NTV PAGE NUMBER 016.00001 R V T M M t O U E E E G T A A A Sl S N 0 U T U R k E R C A T E E E E 5 G H I 0 T V n T E R 5 Y N Y N S U E 0 [ U S S CON PRtC1NCT 45 686 321 4o.7 197 6 LON PRECINCT 46 135 363 52.1 204 12 CON PRcCINCT 47 685 328. 47.8 162 9 CON PRECINCT 46 491; 2501 72.1 L47 6 CON Pk ECINCT 49 5""208 B CON PRECINCT 50 707 399 76.4 21U 12 CON PRECINCT 51 731 4J2 54.9 225 13 CON Pk ECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 174 12L CON PRECINCT 53 765 43'3 57.3 24216 CON PRECINCT 54 856 559 65.3 332 L91 CON PRECINCT 55 726 466 04.0 Zai 14' CON PRECINCT 56 960572 59.5 311) 221 CON PRECINCT 57 715 423 59.1 226 14 CON PRECINCT 5d 872 514 5d .v 253 191 CCN PRECINCT 62 627 4lb 66.'1 1Z9 261 140 24, CON Pk ECINCT 63 1211j 4 63.0 tl5 225 99 2010 CON PRECINCT 64 557 907 55.1 64 Lai 91 17: CJN PRLCINLT 66 436 1113 64.9 74 195 a 17I CON PRECINCT 67 742 424 57.1 12 151 139 2J CON PRECINCT bb 044 406 o3.0 111 261 Lac 230 CON PRECINCT 69 511 293 57.6 7• 1103 U3 I A CUN PRECINCT 70 bob 57 56.0 1O� 263 110 261 SHILL BEACH 1' 7 4o .b 2 1 l i AB.ENTEE CCN45-5d 418 AdSENTEE CONt2-64 40 3 lv 41 ABSENTEE CON66-70 1771 1 135 20 136 «* ABSENTEE TOTALS +■ 641 2 rJA L1' 21 165 24 lG3 JkO SUPEkVISUP IAL L48 L4 4289 62.7 340 203 Ol 2019 9Ub 1055 6RANCH 4 L 1 55 .5 5 CJN PRECINCT 7L 68' 4'id 73. 151 313 176 2tiv CON PFECINCT 72 69 10011 71.6 11' 314 153 3011 CON PRECINCT 73 dS 1067 66. C I5 371 164 346 CON PRECINCT 74 50 4[6 75.14 1241 20 14 7 da CUN PkEC1NCT 75 47 spy 04.b 191 107 174 CON PRECINCT 7o 66 Oil 64.4 L31 1bG 151 253 CON PRECINCT 77 62 43>a 6b.L a4b 321 10.y 210 CON PA EC IN CT 7d 3d eLBI 57.3J' 5c Uti 51 140 CJN PRECINCT Ti 70 40 LI 71 .3! 11 26 11'I 23'r CUN PRECINCT dJ 10$ 4Lvl bb. Sl l7 406 21' 357 CON PRECINCT dl 493 3451 69.5! - 9 t01 11 1IC CON PRECINCT d2 76c. 394 51. 3i IN 22"1 141 20 CON Pik iCINCT 53 42 4031 5,. 15 2dyl 174 244 CON PRECINCT d4 74 4981 66.4144 319 165 206 CON PRECINCT 85 Ls!) 546 64.1 12 376 142 34n CON PA EC 1,'4 CT Eo bO: 406. 56.1. 343 116 310 MCASIJNE G THkU JUNF. 6. LN7u CONS OL IDATFI) 1)IRFCT PRIMAPY (LECTION - SLO CUUNTY MIASUKC G 71Um I PAGE NUMo-R OLU.000U2 R V T N M M I u T A A A s s a u u u T u a R „ C T E E R A U T G N 1 v O T S Y N Y N Y N E U E 0 EU s I j LCN PREcLNcr nT 122(J 7944! 64.7 14R 585 17 1 CON PAr_C1NCT da 5523 3111 56.3 9' L8t 117 1 CON NRECINCT d'► 63 I 3761 59. 12' 205 13` 14f FAI; OAKS 2 2 2 100.0 2 r CSO FLACO 31 21 6.7.7 11 li d AUSeNTEE CON71-79 249 L l6i 7S l52 AbSEVEE CON60-81 10 1 d 0 AoSE+ITa CONU2-43 87 1 66 2'3 60 AdSEkTEE CONd4-69 1x1 a 121 31 11t. ••• AvSENTEE TUT►LS 00 t96 10 "A 13"33aoi 4T r1 SU Pc RVI S0HIAL 14447 9139 67.1 Z,,61 6034 I 2045 545.1 CON PKLCIPACT 97 1369 414 1.7. 2ls 14 1 CON PkECI4CT 98 S84 236 40.2 141. 6 COtI FA EC MCT 99 1.90 260 52.4 131x1. 9 C+1N PAfCINCT 100 573 298 52.0 162 8 CON PRECINCT 10L 672 330, 49.1 1+14 LO' CUh PRECINCT 102 622 3816 62.0 17' 18 - CO N PRECINCT 104 72' 451 62.16 25 17` Cart PRECINCT 104 901 413 45.8 229 Ili CM PR EC [PICT 105 46 t 340 5u.b Lu( L0` CON PRECINCT 106 959 394 39.6 20t 10 I Cdh PRSC INCT 101 7a0 469 60.11 lag 14 r 1 CON PH EC 11+CT 108 6044 399 66.41 Z,*4 17 C Q N PkcC1.4CT log 6411 31d 49.6 1 bf, 9 CJN OR9ICINCT ILO 11}50 732 69.7 -j 31 36 LUN AR EC IN&T ILI 411! 326 77.9 165 14 ML 5E4M.' 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Fitzpatrick, City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, California, hereby certify that I have carefully checked the names on the initiative petition filed in my office on January 30, 1978, an initiative petition requesting that the City Council submit the following amendment to the City Charter for consideration of the voters at the next available election: "Section 727 - _Voter Approval of Annexations" "Except for territory which is dedicated solely and entirely to a permanent public use, no annexation of territory to the the City shall become effective until approved by a vote of the people at a general or special election held after the final decision by the Council to annex such territory." With the affidavits of registration in the Registrar of Voters Office and find that the petitions contain the signatures of 15% of the registered voters who voted for governor in the last gubernatorial election pursuant to Section No. 34462 of the Government Code. February 8, 1978 :.;` lrZ . Fitzpatrick, City Clerk 0 -74 CODE ed by state department of health, lie other lnrornlation In pians must be le publta. 58 Ops.Atty,Gen. 371, 5-28-75. action 6250 et seri. requlrea and Educ.C. :79 permits the department of education release, an .a district by district basis. results of the uniform state reading s given in grades one, two and three cr the 13e:sic Reading Act of 1965. 69-14. 1ps.Atty.Gen. 15. 2-14-69. ecords of the department of motor %-cill- relating to automobile reggistration ie within the definition of pubilc records rained in this section. Op.Leg.Counsel, ! A.J. 5682. me; guidelines and regelatlons gov- all times during the office hours of a right to inspect any public record, ay adopt regulations stating the pro- ds available in accordance with this establish ►v for ac- e guidelines shall be posted in a con- odies * * * and a copy of such equest free of charge to any person went Commission nt on Commission on commissions et lion District. of to this section shall be consistent I reflect the intention of the Legis- ic. flanges or additions by amendment GOVERNMENT CODE (Added by Stats.1968, 1473, p. 2946, § 39. Amended by +tats. § 1 ; .Stats.1974, c. 544, 1249, § 7; Stats.1975, c. li5j;/p. — Air" pblindoii'emission data, ublic rec- ords, see 42 U.$.C.A. t 1857f -S. Department of navigation and efean de- velopment, records rg;ating to yalot and ship brokers an(t salesmen, see1 rbors and Navigation Code § 76,3. Savings and loan department, p Iic records, see 10 Cal.Adm.Code 242 et seq. i Effect of 1975 amendment on litigation i process on Jan. 1, 1976, see note under 13us,, & Prof.C. § 9889.15. ft/ Remote service units, see 1/4)Pacific ftt. Code 244 et seq. Law Review Commentaries California Public Records Ac4 Golden Gate L.Rev. 203. Public records; comment. (1 L.T. 417. P 1. In general Records and documents county housing authority which were xu iLted to Farmers Home Administration int'support of prorps- al for rent Increases yfith respect to tow - rent farm Inbor hogging projects funde<l through Farmers 4-lonte Administration were required to 1( made available to ten- ants at such pr9jects. Ponce v. Housing Authority of T are County (D,C.1975) 289 F.Supp. 035. Records w tin exemption provisions of § 6250 et seq ere, by virtu%q of such provi- sfetis, elt completely pubTle or complete- ly confid tial, and when defendants elect- ed tc s ply copies of complaints to collec- tion encies of whont complaints were mad complaints hecame public records av able for public inspection. Black Pan- t r Party v. Kehoe (1874) 117 Cal.Rptr. 0. 42 C.A.3d 645. Confidentiality provision of school dis- trict contract with private corporation for rendltlen of research and development services, permitting disclosure of confiden- tial material where there Is reasonable and roper use on condition that person receiv- ng it agree not to Publish or sell it, did not violate Public Records Act Q§ 6250 to 6260). California School imp. Ass'n v. to 433. § 6254 1973, c. 664, p. 1215, § 6.) School Dist. of San -1 p.1973) 111 Cal.Rptr.; a Pe C control operators' reparts.in hands of unty agricultural commissioner are 1111lie records" within meaning of Public •U76cords Act and subject to public lnspee- ion In absence of specific exemption. "Uribe v. Howie (1971) 96 Cal.Rptr. 483, 19 C.A.3d 194. Documents submitted by business firms r other entities with and in support of eir respective applications to request fI- na ting through the California pollution conof financing authority are public rec- ords object to Inspection by members of the pt lie. 58 Opa.Atty.Gen, 629, 9-25-75. C:erta details of proposed prepaid health plans at confidential and cannot be dis- closed by state department of health, -whileother nfornizaton in plans must be made public. 8 Ops.Atty.Gen. 371, 5-28-75. The Callforn Public Records Act, does not author z t University of California to make student formation such as ad- dresses or phone mber available except as authorized by I 80.12 et seq. 58 Ops. Atty.Gen. 84, 1-23-76. The California Purl Records Act re- quires that a county m t open to public Inspection the standards lch it promul- gates under Welt. & Inst. 1 17001 con.- ce6ing the aid and rare to the indigent and dependent poor of the cou ty. 55 Lips. At Ly.Gen. 57. I-28-72. Violation notices issued by to I health departments pursuant to the lfornia Pure .Foods Act are subject to pyu c in- sr�eetlon except that no publlcFction the fteidings shall be made until after a h r - tug as to the correctness of the findin s had, 53 pps.Atty.Gen. 258, 8-19-10. Section 6250 et seq. requires and Educ.C. 15779 permits the department of education o release, on a district by district basis, the results of the uniform state reading Leafs given 1n grades one, two and three under the Basic Reading Act of 1965. 69-14. 52 Ops.Atty.Gen. 16, 2-1449. § 6253.5 Initiative, referendum and recall petitions deemed got'llublic records \ot►►itllxtanding tine provisions 0f 50411[1011% 6259- anti 62.53, statewide, county, city, and district initiative, referendum, and recall petitions and nil memoranda pre- pared by the county clerks in the examination of such petitions indicating which registered voters have signed particular petitions shall not be deemed to be public recordv and $11911 not be open to Inspection except: by the public officer or public employees who have the duty of receiving, examining or preserving such petitions or who are responsible for the preparation of such memoranda. (Added by Stats. 1974, c. 1410, p. 3106, § 10; Stats.1974, c. 1445, p. 3155, § 9. Amended by Stats.1975, c. 678, p. —, § 26.) The two 1974 additions were identical In Library References text, except for the comma between "ini- Records (=14. tiative" and "referendum" in c. 1410. C,J.S. Records § 35 et seq. § 6254. Exemption of particular records sept as provided in Section 6254.7, nothing in this chapter shall be Co ed to req: iselosure of records that are: (11) 17, liml drafts notes, or interagency or Intra -agent moranda which are not retained by ubIlc agency in the ordinary of business, provided that the public interest ithholding such recor early outweighs the public interest in disclosure; (b) Records pertaining to nding on to which the public agency is a par- ty, or to claims made pursuan ivision [commencing with Section 810) of Asterisks * * * Indicate Ions by amendment 23 T. J. Waddell, Chief April 9, 1979 Page Two This leaves the owners of the two properties in a "Catch 22*1 situation with neither governmental agency of the opinion that it has responsibility to provide services such as police, fire, etc., or jurisdiction over issuance of any development permits. While I feel certain that neither agency nor yourselves will let the properties or San Luis Hountain be destroyed by fire, questions of jurisdiction and liability, etc. aro raised. These comments have been naao in the belief that you should be apprised of the situation. If you have further questions, please con- tact me. Sincerely, BUBARA W. CARLSM Deputy Executive Officer Local Agency Formation Con nission Mr cc: Felton Ferrini Polin, Truchan, Cooper Realty County Board of Supervisors City of San Luis Obispo Enclosures JRECF� IV ED APRl2 4T 1979w CITY CLERK SAN LUIS 08ISpp, C,y County of San Luis Obispo COURTHOUSE ANNEX t SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA 93408 , 805-543-1550, EXT. 201 April 9, 1979 T. J. Waddell, Chief State Division of Forestry P. 0. Box 1S1 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Dear Chief Waddell: RECEIVED APR 23 1glg?w CITY CLERK SAN wa oeisrc� u. OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR Pursuant to requests from your office, we are forwarding; copies of recorded documents, including maps and legal descriptions, of areas for which annexation to Cities have been completed. Such an action, of course, removes initial fire protection respon- sibility from your Division and places it within jurisdiction of each respective City's fire department. Enclosed are docurients for the following: Del Mar Park Annexation to Morro Bay Annexation No. 33 to Paso Robles (Quail Run) Annexation No. 32 to Paso Robles (Highway 46 area) -= Ferrini Annexation to San Luis Obispo -'Foothill Annexation to San Luis Obispo The two annexations to the City of San Luis Obispo pose a problem. Both annexations were approved by the City Council, and required docu- ments were recorded and filed with the State Board of Equalization. Subsequently, the annexations were denied by City voters as allowed by the City Charter Amendment, legality of which is disputed and not yet proven. As it stands now, the City considers the annexations as terminated and the two properties as still part of the unincorporated County area. However, County Counsel and the Attorney General hold the opinion that the Charter Amendment is invalid and unenforceable and that City Council approval followed by recordation and filing of the documents has served to complete annexation. Therefore, the County's position is that both properties are now part of the City corporate area. County of San Luis Obispo COURTHOUSE ANNEX f SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA 93408 + 805-543-1550, EXT. 201 October 5, 1978 Honorable City Council City of San Luis Obispo 990 Palm Street San Luis Obispo, California 93401 Gentlemen: RECEIVED OCT -� 1976_ CITY CLERK SAN LUIS OBISPO, C#• �D s - OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR The Local Agency Formation Commission has directed me to transmit to you the enclosed. This copy of the Attorney General's opinion regard -i City's charter amendment which requires voters approval of a i�annexa io6S to the City is for your information only. Sincerely, BARBARA W. CARLSON Deputy Executive Officer Local Agency Formation Commission BWC:mIs Enclosure ti .--c Y_ a_,_.._ Senator Robert State Capitol, Sacramento, CA •n• CHEC,�EDSEP 2 1378 OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL K171"FZ1r1,nW11t IIf -1 .�f i[ 555 CAPITOL MALL. SU'TE 350 SACRAMENTO 95814 (916) 445-9533 September 18, 1978 P. Nimmo Room 4090 95814 Dear Senator Nimmo: By letter dated March 30, 1978, you requested our advice on several questions relating to a proposed initiative measure amending the San Luis Obispo City Charter. The measure, which had qualified for the June 1978 ballot, provided in substance that no annexation of territory to the city could become effective until approved by a vote of the people. The precise questions posed by you regarding the measure were as follows: 1. Is the initiative measure in conflict with the Muni- cipal Organization Act of 1977 generally and with Government - Code section 35013 specifically? 2. Assuming the initiative conflicted with existing state law, how could this issue have been resolved prior to the elec- tion? 3. If the initiative measure is in fact in conflict with state law, will the state contest the action without the initia- tion of legal action by private parties? Subsequent to your request, the measure was approved by the voters of San Luis Obispo and is now law. We understand that you nonetheless desire a response to the questions posed. Be- cause of your request for an expedited response, we have elected to offer our views in this informal letter of advice rather than by formal opinion. A response to the second question was pro- vided to your office orally. Our conclusions with respect to the remaining questions are as follows: 1. The annexation of territory by both charter and general law cities is controlled by the Municipal Organization Act of 1977. The initiative measure appears to be in conflict with such act. 2. It is unlikely that this office will take independent action to obtain a judicial declaration of the measure's invalid- ity. Sena -or Robert P. Nimmo -2- Sept�aber 18, 19,78 ANALYSIS D:ring°the 1977 session the Legislature enacted into law the Municipal organization Act of 1977. (See Gov. Code §§ 35000- 35500.) This act replaced the Annexation Act of 1913 (Stats. 1913, ch. 312), the Annexation of Uninhabited Territory Act (Stats. 1949, ch. 79) and various other statutory provisions relating to municipal organizations. Under the Municipal Organization Act, proceedings for the annexation of property bti a city may be commenced either by petition of registered voters or land owners (Gov. Code §§ 35110-35135) or by resolu- tion of the legislative body of the annexing city (Gov. Code §§ 35140 and 35141). Whether commenced by petition or resolu- tion, proposals for annexation trust be submitted to the local agency foiaation commission with jurisdiction over the affected territories. (Gov. Code §§ 35101, 35141). The commission is authorized to review and approve or disapprove with or without amendment, partially or conditionally after notice and hearing all annexation proposals. (Gov. Code § 35150.) If an annexation proposal is approved by the appropriate local agency formation commission, the next step in the annexation process is prescribed by Government Code section 35220, which requires the governing body of the annexing city to adopt a "resolution initiating proceedings for an annexation." With certain exceptions (see Gov. Code § 35150),!/ a hearing is re- quired to be held by the annexing city on the proposed annexa- tion. Prior to or at such hearing written protests may be filed by land owners in the case of proceedings for annexation of uninhabited territory and by registered voters or land owners in proceedings for the annexation of inhabited territory. (Gov. Code §§ 35225-35229.) After the conclusion of the hear- ing, the city legislative body is required by Government Code section 35228 to make a finding as to the value of written pro- tests received and take one of the following actions: 1. Government Code section 35150 provides in relevant part: "The commission shall have . . . such additional powers and duties as are specified in this part, in- cluding the following: 11 . . . ■ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ■ ■ "(g) To approve the annexation of unincorporated, noncontiguous territory not exceeding 100 acres, located in the same county as that in which the city is located, and which is owned by a city and used for municipal purposes; and to ,authorize the conducting authority to annex such territory without notice or hearing." Senator Robert P. Nimmo -3- September 18, 1978 "(a) Terminate proceedings if written: pro- tests have been filed and not withdrawn --y 50 percent or more of the registered voters within the affected territory. "(b) Order the territory annexed or detached subject to the confirmation by the voters on the question, and call a special election and, sub: -:-t to the voters residing within the tearri- tory the question of whether it shall be annexed to or detached frrm the city, if written protests have been filed and not withdrawn by either 25 percent or more of the registered voters within the territory, or owners of land, who also own not less than 25 percent of the total assessed value of land within the territory. "(c) Order the territory annexed or detached without an election if written protests have been filed and not withdrawn by less than 25 percent of the registered voters within the territory and less than 25 percent of the owners of land who own less than 25 percent of the total assessed value of land within the territory." Whether an election is required to be held prior to the annexa- tion of territory by a city governing body depends on (1) whether the territory is inhabited or uninhabited and (2) the number of written protests filed by voters and/or residents of the terri- tory to be annexed. An election is never required in connection with the annexation of uninhabited territory. (Gov. Code § 35229.) An election may be required prior to the annexation of inhabited territory if written protests are received from more than 25 per- cent of the registered voters or more than 25 percent of the land owners who own more than 25 percent of the land in such territory. (Gov. Code § 35228.) Generally, an election is only required L_0 be conducted in the territory to be annexed. However, approval to an annexation by the voters of the annexing city is also re- quired if: "(a) The total assessed value of land within the affected territory equals one-half or more of the total assessed value of land within the affected city as shown on the last equalized assessment roll; or "(b) The number of registered voters resid- ing within the affected territory equals one-half or more of the number of registered voters resid- ing within the affected city as shown on the county register of voters." (Gov. Code § 35231.) Senator Robert P. Nimmo -4- September 18, 1978 Under section 35150(f) a local agency formation commission is empowered to authorize a city to annex without a vote "islands" of incorporated land surrounded by a city whether inhabited or not if certain conditions are met. 2/ 2 Government Code section 35150(f) permits a local agency formation commission: "To approve the annexation after notice and hearing, and authorize the conducting authority to order annexation of the territory without an election if the commission finds that the terri- tory contained in an annexation proposal (1) does not exceed 100 acres in area; "(2) Does not exceed 100 acres in area and such 100 acres constitutes the entire island. "(3)(a) Is surrounded or substantially sur- rounded by the city to which annexation is pro- posed or by such city and a county boundary or the Pacific Ocean; or "(b) Is surrounded by___,a city and adjacent cities; "(4) Is substantially developed or develop- ing; 11(5) Is not prime agricultural land as defined in Section 35046; and 11(6) Will benefit from such annexation or is receiving benefits from the annexing city. The finding required pursuant to (3) of this sub- division shall be based upon factors, including, but not limited to: "(i) The availability of public utility ser- vices. "(ii) The presence of public improvements. "(iii) Appropriate zoning of the area to authorize the placement of improvements. "(iv) The presence of physical improvements upon the parcel or parcels within such area." Senator Robert P. Nimmo -5- September 18, 1978 The initiative charter amendment would require an elec- tion to be held in the ann=:�:ing city whenever- territory is annexed regardless of whether the p_ ropert • is _r_habited or uninhabited, and regardless of the value or population of such property or the number of protests received, un- less the property is dedicated solely and entirely to a permanent public use. We assume, for purposes of anal_ sis, that the initia- tive process may be utilized to propose amendments to the San Luis Obispo city charter. (See generally, Gov. Code § 34459.) The basic issue under consideration concerns whether a charter provision, which requires with limited exceptions approval by the voters of all annexation proposals, would be valid in view of the provisions of the Municipal Organization Act which authorize -annexation of property to a city without an election under certain circum- stances. By requiring confirmation by the voters of all annexations the charter amendment, in effect, provides for a mandatory referendum. (See James v. Valtierra (1971) 402 U.S. 1373, 142.) The question, therefore, becomes whether the referendum power of local electors may be exercised with respect to actions taken by a city governing body under the Municipal Organization Act. It is well established that the referendum powers of the people are very broad. Such powers are provided for by article II, section 11 of the Constitution, which reads: "Initiative and referendum powers may be exercised by the electors of each city or county under procedures that the Legislature shall pro- vide. This section does not affect a city having a charter." The effect of the foregoing constitutional language on the referendum powers of the electorate of a chartered city was considered in Hop in v. Council of Citv of Richmond (1915) 170 Cal. 605, 610--61T, , where the court expressed the opinion that: "The declaration of the constitution that its provisions do not affect or limit the referendum power reserved to the people of any city by its charter, does not limit the constitutional reserva- tion nor enlarge those reserved by such charter. Senator Robert P. Nimmo -6- September 18, 1978 The two reservations are thereby made independent of each other. The constitutional reservation goes to the full extent expressed by its language. If the charter differs from the constitution in any respect it does not thereby diminish the power reserved by the constitution. On the other hand, if the powers reserved by the charter exceed those reserved in the constitution the effect of the charter would be to give to the people the addi- tional powers there described." Thus, a city charter may add to the power of the people reserved by the Constitution but may not reduce it. (See also, Hunt V. City of Riverside (1948) 31 Cal.2d 619, 622-623; Brown v:�iyd 1.M 33 Cal.App.2d 416, 421.) While referendum procedures prescribed by general statutes include a requirement of a peti- tion by the voters (Elec. Code § 4051), a city charter may pro- perly provide for referendum procedures that differ from the general law including presumably procedures for mandatory referen- dum under prescribed circumstances. (See Lawing v. Faull (1964) 227 Cal.App.2d 23, 26-27.) Although our research has disclosed no cases precisely on point, there is little doubt that a charter city may, as a matter of principle, broaden the referendum power of the people so as to require the submission of certain measures to the voters for their approval. (See dames v. Valtierra,supra.) Notwithstanding the authority of a charter city to provide for the submission of matters to a vote of the people, it is clear that such authority is limited in areas of statewide concern. Thus, the referendum has been held to be unavailable "if the subject is one of statewide concern in which the Legislature has delegated decision making power, not to the local electors, but to the local council or board as the state's designated agent for local implementation of state policy . . . ." (Hughes v.Cit of Lincoln (1965) 232 Cal.App.2d 741, 745; see Walker v. City Salinas 7.976) 56 Ca1.App.3d 711, 716.) The autiority of cities to annex pro erty is derived from state legislation. (Norlund v. Thi (19735 34 Cal.App.3d 672, 674.) It is the genera ru e that the annexation of property by a city is a matter of state- wide concern. (Count of San Mateo v. Cit Council (1959) 168 Cal.App.2d 220, ; see also, 57 Ops.Cal.Atty.Gen. 599, 603 n.4 (1974).) There is some doubt, however, as to whether the state' statutes on annexation have effected a delegation of decision making power in this area to local governing bodies so as to pre- clude exercise by local electors of referendum powers reserved by a city charter. Norlund v. Thorpe, su ra, a case decided under the Annexation ACE or 1913, suggests Mat this question must be answered in the Senator Robert P. Nimmo -7- September 18, 1978 negativet. The court in Norlund was of the opinion that "annexation is not a legislative function so intermingled with quasi-judicial and administrative functions that the latter render it an improper subject for referendum." (Id. 675.) The court, while conceding that annexation in general is a matter of statewide concern, held that there is no reason to believe that the Legislature intended to eliminate the right of referendum by voters of the annexing city. The court noted that "when the annexation act was adopted . . . growth was an over- whelming aim of cities and their voters. "[T? ---ere is no sugges- tion that any legislator even considered the possibility of any voter's dissent from the expansion of his own city." (Id. at p. 675.) The court also considered it significant _h t the annexation act specifically provided that a resolution approving or disapproving annexation was to be considered the same as an ordinance and, hence, could not become effective until 30 days after its adoption. (Elec. Code § 4050.) The court pointed out that "a prime purpose for deferrment of the effective date of ordinances is to preserve the right of referendum" (Id.) and hence the Legislature in providing that annexation resolutions must be considered the same as ordinances, intended such to be subject to the referendum. Thus in summary the court in Norlund predicates its decision on two factors: (1) the absence o -L any historical reasons suggest- ing a legislative intent to eliminate the right of referendum by voters of the annexing city and (2) statutory language pro- viding that a resolution approving or disapproving an annexation was to be considered the same as an ordinance. The continued vitality of Norlund in the face of changes made by the Municipal Organization Act of 1977 is suspect. Unlike the Annexation Act of 1913, the Municipal Organization Act was enacted at a time when public support for growth limitation proposals was widespread. (See Associated Home Builders Etc., Inc. V. Cit of Livermore (1976) Ca The Legis ature was certainly conscious of this public mood and the issue appears to have been addressed in the Legislature's declaration of find- ings which reads in relevant part: "The Legislature finds and declares that it is the policy of the state to encoura a orderly growth and develo mens which are essential to the socia7l-- isca , and economic well-being of the state. The Legislature recognizes that the logical formation and determination of city boundaries is an important factor in promoting the orderly development of urban areas. Therefore, the Legislature further finds and Senator Robert P. Nimmo -8- September 18, 1978 declares that this policy should be effected by the logical formation and expansion of cities." (Emphasis added.) (Gov. Code § 35000.) It is reasonable to infer that the annexation procedures set forth in the Municipal Organization Act were formulated with the goal of orderly growth in mind. Such procedures are ex- clusive. Section 35002 provides: "Except as provided in Division 1 (commenc- ing with Section 56000) of Title 6, this part shall provide the sole and exclusive authority and procedure for the initiation, conduct, and completion of city incorporations, municipal re- organizations, or changes of organization." 3/ Under the act the authority to annex property is shared by the governing body of the annexing city, the local agency forma- tion commission, the property owners and voters of the territory sought to be annexed, and in some cases the voters of the annexing city. The distribution of power among these groups is regulated by the Municipal Organization Act and the authority of the electorate of the annexing city to act on annexation pro- posals is carefully defined. Except in those instances in which confirmation of an order of annexation by the voters of a city is specifically required, the act permits completion of annexa- tion proceedings without such confirmation. The charter amend- ment would drastically alter the statutory allocation of authority by in effect giving voters of the annexing city authority to veto almost any annexation proposal. It is also significant that the Municipal Organization Act omitted the language of the Annexation Act of 1913 relating to the effective date of resolutions ordering annexations which the court relied on in Norlund. The effective date of a resolution �� o ordering an annexatio m y be set by,the city egi.slative bo y oz and if no date is set, the resolution becomes effective on the date of filing with the county n a di erent statutory �ecuR�ez context the Court of Appeal considered such a provision to be indicative of an intent that the referendum not apply. (Friends of Mount Diablo v. County of Contra Costa (1977) 72 Cal. pA p.3^d_ 10063 1012.) The intentional omission prior statutory language relied on as support for an Appellate Court's determination that 3. A change of organization is defined by Government Code sec- tion 35027 to mean, inter alia, an annexation. Senator Robert P. Nimmo -9- September 18, 1978 referendum applies to annexation proceedings strongly sug- gests that the Legislature did not intend referendum to apply under the revised statute. Although this matter is certainly not free from doubt and while it could be plausibly argued that the electors of a charter city may limit the authority of the city's govern- ing body to exercise the powers conferred by the Municipal Organization Act, it is our conclusion the charter amend- ment is invalid. Your second inquiry, which assumes the invalidity of the charter amendment, concerns whether the state (which we assume to mean this office) will take legal action to pre- vent enforcement of the provision. Unless requested to by a state agency in an appropriate case, this office does not ordinarily initiate legal proceedings to enjoin local measures based on their asserted conflict with state law. However, we are reluctant to express an opinion at this time on whether any action will be initiated by this office with reference to the subject measure other than to suggest that based on past experience such would appear to be un- likely. We trust that the foregoing informal comments will prove to be beneficial for your purposes. If we can be of any additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. Very truly yours, EVELLE J. YOUNGER Attorney General VANC E W. RAYE Deputy Attorney General VWR:mf EP 5 MMAGENDA MfiA # l � i ) County of San his Obispo COURTHOUSE ANNEX t SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA 93408 + 805-543-1550, EXT. 201 August 15, 1978 Honorable City Council City of San Luis Obispo 990 Palm Street San Luis Obispo, California 93401 Gentlemen: OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR The Local Agency Formation Commission has received an opinion from the Legislative Counsel of the State of California on the matter of the recent charter amendment which provides for a city-wide election on all proposed annexations to the City. Transmitted herewith is a copy for your review and information. You will note the opinion finds the charter amend- ment to be invalid and unenforceable. The Commission has been following with interest the City's actions in regard to two annexations recently approved by LAFCo. One of these annexations has already been filed with the State Board of Equalization and recorded. The territory is, therefore, effectively a part of the City. It is our understanding that in November the electorate of the City will vote on this same annexation. Should they disapprove, the steps involved with undoing all these completed actions will be time consuming and confusing. No consideration seems to have been given to the time and effort involved through- out the planning process, the public hearings during prezoning, and those before LAFCo and the City Council. Furthermore, no consideration seems to have been given to the cost to City taxpayers of an election and whatever actions would follow voter disapproval. I AUG 181978 CITY CLERK SAN LUIS OBISPO, Cie Honorable City Council August 15, 1978 Page Two The Local Agency Formation Commission requests from the City Council comments regarding the enclosed opinion, as well as the City's reaction to it and our concerns in regard to the waste of time and taxpayers' money. Respectfully submitted, DONALD D. STILWELL Executive Officer Local Agency Formation Commission •��- By: !BARBARA W. CARLSON Deputy Executive Officer b Enclosure 4:5� -SCE Sacramento, California June 27, 1978 Honorable Robert P. Nimmo Senate Chamber City Charter: Regulation of Annexations -- #6143 Dear Senator Nimmo: FACTS GERALD ROSS ADAMS DAVID D. ALVES MARTIN L. ANDERSON PAUL ANTILLA CHARLES C. ASBILL JAMES L. ASHFORD JANICE R. BROWN ALICE V. COLLINS JOHN CORZINE BEN E'DALE CLINTON J. DEWITT C. DAVID DICKERSON FRANCES S. DORBIN ROBERT CULLEN DUFFY CARL ELDER LAWRENCE H. FEIN JOHN FOSSETTE CLAY FULLER KATHLEEN E. GNEKOW ALVIN D. GRESS ROBERT D. GRONKE JAMES W. HEINZER THOMAS R. HEUER JACK 1. HORTON EILEEN K. JENKINS MICHAFLJ. KERSTEN L. DOUGLAS KINNEY VICTOR KOZIELSKI JAMES A. MARSALA PETER F. MELN ICOE ROBERT G. MILLER JOHN A. MOGER VERNE L. OLIVER EUGENE L. PAINE MARGUERITE ROTH MARY SHAW WILLIAM K. STARK MICHAEL H. UPSON CHRISTOPHER J. WEI DANIEL A. WEITZMAN THOMAS D. WHELAN JIMMIE WING SUZANNE M. WOOD CHRISTOPHER ZIRKLE DEPUTIES By initiative petition,the following provision is proposed to be added to a city charter: "SECTION 727. VOTER APPROVAL OF ANNEXATIONS. "Except for territory which is dedicated solely and entirely to a permanent public use, no annexation of territory to the city shall become effective until approved by a vote of the People at a general or special election held after the final decision by the council to annex such territory." OUESTION Is the proposed charter provision valid and enforceable? WEN K. KUNS RA'Y H. WHITAKER I �) CHIEF DEPUTIES KENT E' DEC HAMBEAU STANLEY M. LOURIMORE // Y EDWARD F. NOWAK EDWARD K. PURCF_LL JERRY L. BA SSETT .. HARVEY J. FOSTER .�f ERNEST H. KII NZI .,�J` SHERWIN C. MACKENZIE. JR. ANN M. MACKEY TRACY O. POWELL. II RUSSELL L. SPARLING D AKER JOHN T.IN BION M. GREGORY IPAL PUTT PRINCIPAL DEPUTIES 3021 STATE CAPITOL SACRAMENTO 95014 1916) 445-3057 8011 STATE BUILDING 207 SOUTH BROADWAY LOS ANGELES 90012 ' 1213) 620.2550 Sacramento, California June 27, 1978 Honorable Robert P. Nimmo Senate Chamber City Charter: Regulation of Annexations -- #6143 Dear Senator Nimmo: FACTS GERALD ROSS ADAMS DAVID D. ALVES MARTIN L. ANDERSON PAUL ANTILLA CHARLES C. ASBILL JAMES L. ASHFORD JANICE R. BROWN ALICE V. COLLINS JOHN CORZINE BEN E'DALE CLINTON J. DEWITT C. DAVID DICKERSON FRANCES S. DORBIN ROBERT CULLEN DUFFY CARL ELDER LAWRENCE H. FEIN JOHN FOSSETTE CLAY FULLER KATHLEEN E. GNEKOW ALVIN D. GRESS ROBERT D. GRONKE JAMES W. HEINZER THOMAS R. HEUER JACK 1. HORTON EILEEN K. JENKINS MICHAFLJ. KERSTEN L. DOUGLAS KINNEY VICTOR KOZIELSKI JAMES A. MARSALA PETER F. MELN ICOE ROBERT G. MILLER JOHN A. MOGER VERNE L. OLIVER EUGENE L. PAINE MARGUERITE ROTH MARY SHAW WILLIAM K. STARK MICHAEL H. UPSON CHRISTOPHER J. WEI DANIEL A. WEITZMAN THOMAS D. WHELAN JIMMIE WING SUZANNE M. WOOD CHRISTOPHER ZIRKLE DEPUTIES By initiative petition,the following provision is proposed to be added to a city charter: "SECTION 727. VOTER APPROVAL OF ANNEXATIONS. "Except for territory which is dedicated solely and entirely to a permanent public use, no annexation of territory to the city shall become effective until approved by a vote of the People at a general or special election held after the final decision by the council to annex such territory." OUESTION Is the proposed charter provision valid and enforceable? Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. 2 - #6143 OPINION 14MM-used charter_ion is'LUXAV_alid_=aria mune 1;1;eable - - ANAT,YS TS The California Constitution authorizes any city to adopt a charter for its own government by a majority vote of its electors voting thereon. The charter is effective when filed with the Secretary of State. It may be amended, re- vised, or repealed in the same manner (Sec. 3, Art. XI, Cal. Const.). It is competent in any city charter to provide that the city governed thereunder may make and enforce all ordinances and regulations in respect to*municipal affairs, subject only to restrictions and limitations provided in the charter. In respect to other matters, a chartered city is subject to general state laws. With respect to municipal affairs, a city charter supersedes all laws inconsistent therewith (Sec. 5, Art. XI). Accordingly, a chartered city is empowered to exercise full control over its municipal affairs, unaffected by general state laws on the same subject matters and subject only to limitations found in the Constitution and the city charter (Rivera v. City of Fresno, 6 Cal. 3d 132, 135). However,Wa C-Xq matters which are of statewide don-,- tern,.chattered city remains_subject�tQtand controlled b aappliGable_genexa s.tata-law regardlei s _ .the_;.prova.sionb its_ charter (Di_shyp V. Cg ty of San Jose, 1 Cal. 3d 56, 61) . Thus, as to matters which are municipal affairs, chartered cities have complete control. Furthermore, chartered cities have the power to legislate in areas which are not municipal affairs, that is, in areas of statewide concern, so long as the local regulation does not conflict with the applicable state law. Finally, as to matters which are of statewide concern and not municipal affairs, under the doctrine of preemption chartered cities remain subject Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. 3- - #6143 to and controlled by applicable general state laws if it is Eh --e intent and purpose of such general laws to occupy the field to the exclusion of municipal regulation (Marsh & McLennan of Cal., Inc. v. City of Los Angeles, 62 Cal. App. 3d 108, 122). Therefore, any analysis of the validity of regula- tion by a chartered city, whether such regulation be by charter or by ordinance, begins with a determination of whether or not the subject of such regulation is a municipal affair. Because the Constitution does not define municipal affairs, it is necessary for the courts to decide, under the facts of each case, whether a particular subject matter is of municipal or statewide concern (Professional Fire Fighters, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles, 60 Cal. 2d 276, 294). No exact definition of the term municipal affairs may be formulated, and the courts have not attempted to do so, but instead have indicated that judicial interpretation is necessary to give it meaning in each controverted case (Butterworth v. Boyd, 12 Cal. 2d 140, 147). In this regard, controversies involving the annexa- tion of territory to cities have been before the courts on numerous occasions. `_Sce as�early:_=as _1908,. the --California'* teouXt� in these cases, have held to the�aremise that Ynatters ,pertaining,::ta__the_ annexation of territory to aµmunicipality.t are not.muxi3icp4afair' (People v. City of Los Angeles, 154 Cal. 220; People v. Cy of Long Beach, 155 Cal. 604; it County of San Mateo v. City Council, 168 Cal. App. 2d 220; County of Los Angeles v. City Council, 202 Cal. App. 2d 20; Weber v. City Council, 9 Cal. 3d 950; Morrison Homes Cora_ v. City of Pleasanton, 58 Cal. App. 3d 724),iand are_ca�i- vtzolled, as respects charte_ r-'_pravisions' 1.which are cantrar�1 sthere a� _ - by the _appla.cable statutory prove. s ioxxs having -W.sta-tewide applicability v. City of Los Angeles, supra) . However, we would note that in none of these cases did a court have before it a statutory procedure for annexa- tion which permitted territory to be attached to a city without the assent of either the governing body or the voters of the city. Conceivably, a court could be persuaded that the "home rule" status of chartered cities', a status derived directly from the Constitution, inherently includes the power to determine and control the city's boundaries. The power to prevent the attachment of unwanted territory is Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. #6143 more than an abstract consideration, since a proposed annexation could be of such a nature as to seriously impair the economic viability of the city, such as where the tax base of the territory proposed to be annexed was small in comparison to the cost of services which the city would be required to provide. We think, therefore, that a basis might very well exist for a court to hold that the annexa- tion of territory to a chartered city without the assent of the governing body or the voters of the city, so seriously impairs the inherent power of a chartered city as to bring the statutory authority for such action into conflict with the concept of home rule accorded chartered cities by the Constitution. In a somewhat analogous situation, a Texas court held that "home rule" provisions of that state's constitu- tion prevented implementation of a statutory procedure whereby one chartered city could annex to it another char- tered city (City of Houston v. City of Magnolia Park (Tex.) 276. S.W. 685) . — We also note that in Norlund v. Thorpe, 34 Cal. App. 3d 672, the court made the statement that "[t]he general subject of annexation by cities is, of course, a matter of statewide concern, but no one annexation by a particular city can be so denominated" (34 Cal. App. 3d 672, 674). The Norlund case upheld the right of the voters of a city to petition for a referendum vote on the city council's adoption of a resolution to annex territory to a city. The case was based on the constitutional right of the voters to exercise the referendum if they so desired, and not, as in the instant case, upon a charter provision which would subject to referendum every decision of the local governing body to annex territory in order for such decision to take effect. Our discussion in this opinion is limited to the validity of a particular proposed charter provision and is not concerned with constitutional rights which might be exercised regardless of the existence or nonexistence of a charter provision. Furthermore, the annexation statute under discussion in Norlund provided that a city council's adoption of a resolution of annexation shall be considered the same as an ordinance, thus deferring the effective date, a prime purpose of which is to preserve the right of ref- erendum (see Friends of Mount Diablo v. County of Contra Costa, 72 Cal. App. 3d 1006, 1012). No comparable statutory provisions now exist (see Municipal Organization Act, Pt. 2 (commencing with Sec. 35000), Div. 2, Title 4, Gov. C.). We, therefore, do not think the Norlund case represents a departure from the previous decisions holding annexation of territory to a chartered city to be a subject of statewide concern. Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. 5 - #6143 As indicated earlier, chartered cities have the power to legislate in areas which are not municipal affairs, that is, in areas of statewide concern, so long as the local regulation does not conflict with the applicable state law. As to matters which are of statewide concern and not muni- cipal affairs, under the doctrine of preemption chartered cities remain subjected to and controlled by applicable general state laws if it is the intent and purpose of such general laws to occupy the field to the exclusion of muni- cipal regulation. It, therefore, becomes necessary to determine whether the proposed charter amendment conflicts with the general state law on the subject, and whether the Legislature has enacted a comprehensive body of law on the subject of annexation which preempts the field, either of which circumstances would have the effect of invalidating the proposed charter amendment. The applicable general law on the subject of annexation of territory to cities is contained in the Municipal Organization Act (Pt. 2 (commencing with Sec. 35000), Div. 2, Title 4, Gov. C.).* The Municipal Organization Act (hereinafter referred to as MORGA) provides the procedure for the organi- zation, reorganization, or change in organization of cities. The act prescribes procedures for the annexation to, or exclusion of, territory from cities and for the consolida- tion of cities, the formation of new cities, and the reor- ganization and disincorporation of cities. Before actual proceedings for municipal organiza- tion or reorganization begin, preliminary proceedings are instituted with the executive officer of the local agency formation commission (Sec. 35100). These preliminary pro- ceedings can be initiated by petition of registered voters or landowners (see Secs. 35114 and 35115) or by resolution of application to institute such proceedings by the legis- lative body of any affected city or the affected county (Sec. 35100) . * Unless otherwise indicated, all statutory references are to the Government Code. Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. 6 - #6143 Once the commission -has determined the feasibility of the municipal reorganization and has adopted a resolution approving the municipal reorganization (Sec. 35150), proceed- ings for the municipal reorganization can be initiated by the conducting authority in accordance with the commission's resolution (Sec. 35201). "Conducting authority" refers to the legislative body of an affected city or county which is authorized by -the commission to conduct proceedings for the changes (Sec. 35031). MORGA does not mandate an election to effect a municipal organization or reorganization. Only if a pre- scribed number of voter or landowner protests are filed is the conducting authority required to submit the question to the electorate (Secs. 35228, 35229, 35307, 35308, 35309). The applicable sections, in fact, require the conducting authority to order annexation "without an election" if written protests have been filed and not withdrawn by less than 25 percent of the registered voters within the terri- tory and less than 25 percent of the owners of land who own less than 25 percent of the total assessed value of land within the territory (subd. (c), Sec. 35228). ":I_rr PjQ1 A;�theLe slature has enac_te~d a comm d�enveod_ of lawµestatijng pr��dedure�_ foz.mu cip'1 �orgaa kz at-:aii=a id- xe ri z i't x on , incTvd. n annexaii'vn - detac i- nient--consoi illation nd disincorPor�t�.ox��• f�he ria�trnent�o+ MORGA -was- Acom anied -#ay -i_ repea]„��v_f_ e i t - rn �s�,cifis .�:- covejr zng -_those- s ub e c ts._pros i_s :i onachour'Es - tiac7 Ycogriizedlascvmpletely .occuAYti7e�.c-to-ho%- e'xclusaa_n - -o -f— I ojZa3 regulati.OiC Yn our�b � he Levi I,a tune,in th —d =t�01. ..MOR _ .. - intended oto preempt _ tie -field of municipal---annexatji5 . "" Therefj=e_.... we- conclude._ that cities; both __c b teiRi grid genera .��l" y ,� icy -:.precluded frons kgstin,srcirs�ect�tC .anrs�eof munxcipai _annexa <--t-ivn t h ch err dd gs„ e ay state ]; �gis-I ticati . curt,: �- ore; - to --the -extent that the proposed_-cYial- eer--amendmen -would, regu r- - - - erenum elect �xx. e held "ids tions,:1 �3�i ++i4 G77 -di cts a_wconductiricr au t3or t ' o ader a_ _An ,xation without :an_g ec_tjon .._w6 thiriic tea _a_ .confia ct wov�de.ristt� ween the.�Aicable.s genet "law •aridth_ e_XroP Ao8s0 Charter ]2:r-- ,j6M, Honorable Robert P. Nimmo - p. 7'- #6143 'c"har �r .amer�dmes": in a ci u rceab3.e. Very truly yours, Bion M. Gregory Legislative Counsel Martin L. Anderson Deputy Legislative Counsel MLA:sms June 30, 1978 MEMORA-A DUM Ly C."t�,- CITY CLERK TREASURER Post Office Box 321 O Sar L jis Ob:spo. CA 93406 • 805'541-1000 TO Honorable or and Members of the City Council FROM 1 {1 SUBJECT �: Ci Vo s, City Cler�c Se eta Charter Measur- rom the �une 6, 1978 Election Please be advised that we have just received word from the Secretary of State that those Charter measures recently passed at the June 6, 1978 Special Municipal Election including Measure G, dealing with the annexation of property to the city, were certified and filed in Sacramento this morning and are effective immediately. We should receive a copy of the certificate some time next week. pv cc: P,,B, Miller L/' -'A. Grimes City Of SAn LUIS OBISPO CITY CLERK/TREASURER Post Office Box 321 — San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 — 805/541-1000 January 9, 1978 MEMORANDUM TO Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council FROM J.H. Fitzpatrick, City Clerk SUBJECT Annexations to the City of San Luis Obispo Attached for your information is a copy of a letter from Barbara W. Carlson, Deputy Executive Officer of the Local Agency Formation Commission, on the number and size of annexations to the City since the inception of the Council Agency Formation Commission in 1964. Ms. Carlson also sent a color coded map of these annexations which is on file in the Council Office at City Hall. JHF:pv Attachment County of San Luis Obispo COURTHOUSE ANNEX f SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA 93408 + 805-543-1550, EXT. 201 January 4, 1978 Honorable City Council City of San Luis Obispo 990 Palm Street San Luis Obispo, California 93401 Gentlemen: OFFICE OF THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR The recent concern of one of your Councilmen over annexations to the city and the subsequent circulation of petitions to amend the City Charter to provide voter approval of all future annexations to the city brought some questions to mind. Consequently, we researched our files relative to annexations to the City of San Luis Obispo and are forwarding these to you in the form of the enclosed map and color -keyed list. We hope you will find it interesting and informative. In the thirteen (13) years of the Local Agency Formation Commission's existence, some eighteen (18) annexations have been approved and completed by the City. The eighteen annexations represent seven -hundred -fifty-two (752) acres of land added to the City and an average of approximately fifty-seven (57) acres per year for each of the thirteen (13) years. It is interesting to note that eighteen (18) eighteen annexations over thirteen (13) years represent only 1.3 annexations per year and in the last five (5) years only four (4) annexations have occurred involving approximately twenty-three (23) acres. The two long stemlike areas of the City were annexed in the years Prior to creation of LAFCo. Some filling in has occurred through more recent annexations under LAFCo. The airport annexation would also have served to fill in the City boundaries had it not been opposed by residents and/or landowners in the area following LAFCo approval and never completed. Apparently, there is some concern relative to the possibility of holding advisory elections in order to obtain public opinion regarding expansion of the City. An alternative to advisory elections, as indicated by petitions being circulated, is to require voter approval for all annexations. RECEIVED JAN 5 1978 CITY CLERK SAN LUIS OBISPO, Ck Honorable City Council Page Two January 4, 1978 As you know, elections are costly to the taxpayers; particularily, if not consolidated with a primary or general election. Furthermore, annexations must by law be completed within one year from the LAFCO date of approval which might cause some problems in respect to meeting consoli- dated election dates. Furthermore, in view of the new requirements for city annexations as reflected in the Municipal Organization Act of 1977 (MORGA), effective as of January 1, 1978, the public interest will be evident from their inception. Prior to 1964, the first step in most proceedings for city boundary changes was circulation of petitions. When the Knox -Nisbet Act created LAFCo, its approval was required before petitions could be circulated. Now, petitions will again indicate public support before LAFCo proceed- ings can commence. Perhaps, this will serve to ease some concerns and to eliminate the need for costly elections for most types of annexation. Furthermore, MORGA requires election for inhabited annexations under specific circumstances. If we can be of any assistance or answer any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Sincerely, DONALD D. STILWELL Executive Officer Local Agency Formation Commission By: BARBARA W. CARLSON Deputy Executive Officer jr Enclosures (2) CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO CALIFORNIA Adopted on June 6, 1978 TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Description Page No. ARTICLE I. INCORPORATION AND APPLICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ARTICLE II. FORM AND POWERS OF MUNICIPALITY . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ARTICLE III. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ARTICLE IV.- ELECTIVE OFFICIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ARTICLE V. COUNCIL POWERS AND PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ARTICLE VI. LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ARTICLE VII. APPOINTIVE OFFICIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ARTICLE IX. PUBLIC WORKS AND CONTRACTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ARTICLE X. LICENSES AND FRANCHISES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ARTICLE XI. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 ARTICLE XII. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER ARTICLE I. INCORPORATION AND APPLICATION PAGE 1 SECTION 101. NAME OF THE CITY. The Municipal Corporation now existing and known as "The City of San Luis Obi,s,po" shall remain and continue a body politic and corporate, as at present, i,n fact and in law, and by such name shall have perpetual succession. SECTION 102. BOUNDARIES. The boundaries of the City of San Luis Obispo shall continue as now es- tablished until changed in a manner authorized by law. SECTION 103. EFFECTIVE DATE OF CHARTER. This Charter shall not take effect until accepted and filed by the Secretary of State pursuant to the provisions of Section 34464 of the Government Code. SECTION 104. GENERAL LAW APPLICABLE. All general laws of the State applicable to municipal corporations, now or hereafter enacted and which.are not i;n conflict with the provisions of this Charter or with ordinances or resolutions adopted in pursuance of this Charter, shall be applicable. to the City. SECTION 105. AMENDMENTS. This Charter may be amended i,n accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of California. SECTION 106. DEFINITIONS. 'When used in this, Charter the masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter. The present tense includes the past and future tenses, and the future, the present. The singular number includes the plural, and the plural, the singular. "Shall" is mandatory and "May" is permissive. "Oath" includes affirmation. The word "City" wherever it occurs in this Charter, means the City of San Luis Obispo, and every Commissioner, Commission, Department, Board, Officer, Employee, wherever mentioned in this Charter means the Commissioner, Commission, Department, Board, Officer, or Employee, as the case may be, of the City of San Luis Obispo. The word "Council" when used in this Charter means the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo. SECTION 107. CONFLICTS. Any municipal ordinance, resolution, or motion duly approved by the City Council which is in effect at the time this Charter is made effective shall continue in force unless it is in conflict with any provision of this Charter, at which time it shall become null and void. SECTION 108. VALIDITY OF CHARTER. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this Charter is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or void, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining separable portions of this Charter. The people of the City of San Luis Obispo hereby declare that they would have adopted this Charter and each section, subsection, clause or phrase thereof irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared unconstitutional or void. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 2 SECTION 109. VIOLATION OF CHARTER. The violation of any provision of this Charter shall be deemed a mis- demeanor, and may be prosecuted by the authorities. of the. City in the name of the people of the State of Californi-a, or may be redressed by ci.vi'l action, at the. option of said authorities. The. maximum penalty upon conviction for the violation of any provision of this Charter shall be a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both such fine and imprisonment. Any person sentenced to imprisonment for the violation of a provi,si,on of this Charter may be imprisoned in the city jail, or in the county jail of the county in which the City of San Luis Obispo is situated. The City Administrati;ye Officer shall be responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of the Charter. ARTICLE II. FORM AND POWERS OF MUNICIPALITY SECTION 201. FORM OF GOVERNMENT. The municipal government provided by this Charter shall be known as the "Council -Mayor -Administrative Officer" form of municipal government. SECTION 202. GOVERNING BODY. All powers herein granted to and vested in the City of San Luis Obispo shall, except as herein otherwise provided, be exercised by a Council to be designated the Council of the City. The Council shall be the governing body of the City and, subject to express limitations of this Charter, shall be vested with all powers of legislation in municipal affairs adequate to a complete system of local govern- ment consistent with the Constitution and laws of the State of California. SECTION 203. POWERS OF CITY. The City shall have the power to make and enforce all laws and regulations in respect to municipal affairs, subject only to such restrictions and limitations as may be provided in this Charter and in the Constitution and laws of the State of California. It shall also have the power to exercise any and all rights, powers and privileges heretofore or hereafter established, granted or prescribed by any law of the State, by this Charter, or by other lawful authority, or which a municipal corporation might or could exercise under the Constitution and laws of the State of California. The enumeration in this Charter of any particular power shall not be held to be exclusive of or any limitation upon this general grant of power. SECTION 204. ORGANIZATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administra- tive Officer, the Council shall provide by ordinance or resolution, not incon- sistent with this Charter, for the powers and duties of all officials and employ- ees of the City and for the organization, function, conduct, and operation of the various departments of the City and may provide for the creation of additional departments, divisions, offices, and agencies, and for their consolidation, alteration, or abolition. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 3 SECTION 205. CONSOLIDATION OF FUNCTIONS. The Council may transfer or consolidate functions of the City government to or with appropriate functions of the State or County government, or may make use of such functions of the State or County government, and in case of any such transfer or consolidation, the provisions of this Charter providing for the function of the City government so transferred or consolidated, shall be deemed suspended during the continuance of such transfer or consolidation, to the extent that such suspension is made necessary or convenient and is set forth in the ordinance or resolution establishing such transfer or consolidation. Any such transfer or consolidation may be repealed in like manner. ARTICLE III. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS SECTION 301. PROCEDURE. Unless otherwise provided by ordinance hereafter enacted, all elections shall be held in accordance with the provisions of the Elections Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended. SECTION 302. GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. General municipal elections to fill elective offices shall be held in the City on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March in each odd numbered year. SECTION 303. SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. All other municipal elections that may be held by authority of this Charter, or of general law, or by ordinance, shall be known as special municipal elections. SECTION 304. INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM AND RECALL. The provisions of the Elections Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended governing the initiative, referendum and recall of municipal officers, shall apply to the use thereof in this City insofar as the provisions of the elections code are not in conflict with this Charter. ARTICLE IV. ELECTIVE OFFICIALS SECTION 401. ENUMERATION. The elective officers of the City of San Luis Obispo shall be a Mayor and four Council members each of whom, including the Mayor, shall have the right to vote on all questions coming before the Council. SECTION 402. ELECTION AT LARGE. The Mayor shall be elected at the general municipal election on a general ticket from the City at large. The Council members shall be elected at the general municipal election from the City at large, two being selected biennially. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER - - - —_ ---- �_ PAGE 4 — SECTION 403. ELIGIBILITY FOR OFFICE. No person shall be eligible for election to, or to hold, the office of Mayor or Council member of said City unless said person is and shall have been a resident thereof, or of territory legally annexed thereto, on or prior to the date of such election or appointment, for at least thirty (30) days next pre- ceding said person's election thereto or appointment to fill a vacancy therein, and is an elector thereof at the time of such election or appointment. SECTION 404. TERMS OF OFFICE. The term of the Mayor shall be two years, and the terms of the Council members shall be four years. Terms shall commence on the first day of April at twelve o'clock noon follow- ing the election and each shall serve until a successor is elected or appointed and qualified. Ties in voting shall be settled by the casting of lots. SECTION 405. NO LIMITATION OF TERMS. There shall be no limitation on the number of terms for which any elected official may serve. SECTION 406. VACANCIES. An elective office becomes vacant when the incumbent thereof dies, resigns, is removed from office under recall proceedings, is adjudged insane, convicted of felony, or of an offense involving a violation of the Mayor or Council member's official duties, or ceases to be a resident of the City, or has been absent from the State without leave granted by the City Council for more than sixty (60) consecutive days, or fails to attend the meetings of the Council for a like period without being excused therefrom by said body. A vacancy in the Council shall be filled for the remainder of the unexpired term, if any, at the next regular municipal election following not less than seventy-two (72) days upon the occurrence of the vacancy, but the Council by a majority vote of its remaining members shall appoint a qualified person to fill the vacancy until the person elected to serve the remainder of the unexpired term or new term takes office. If the term still has two (2) years until expiration at the time of the next regular municipal election, the election to that seat shall be separated from the election for the other Council candidates. If the Council fails to fill the vacancy within thirty (30) days following its occurrence, it shall call a special municipal election to fill the vacancy, to be held not sooner than ninety (90) days or not later than one hundred and twenty (120) days following the occurrence of the vacancy. The election shall be governed by the provisions of Article III. A person elected to fill a Council vacancy for an unexpired term shall take office on the first Tuesday following his election. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Charter, a minority of the members of the Council may fill vacancies on the Council by appointment in the event that a majority of the Council seats becomes vacant. SECTION 407. MAYOR - POWERS AND DUTIES. The Mayor shall preside at all meetings of the City Council and perform such other duties consistent with the office as may be imposed by the Council or by vote of the people. The Mayor shall be entitled to, and must vote when present, but shall possess no veto power. As presiding officer of the Council the Mayor will faithfully communicate the will of the Council majority to the Administrative Officer in matters of policy. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 5 The Mayor shall present an annual work program to the Council for its con- sideration at the first meeting in May. The Mayor shall have the responsibility for forwarding the work program approved by the Council. The Mayor shall be recognized as the official head of the City for all ceremonial purposes, and by the Governor for military purposes. In time of public danger or calamity, the Mayor shall take command of the public forces, maintain order, and enforce laws. The Mayor shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law or ordinance or by resolution of the Council, except as limited by this Charter. SECTION 408. MAYOR PRO TEMPORE. The Council shall elect one of its members to be Vice Mayor. During the temporary absence or disability of the Mayor, the Vice Mayor shall act as Mayor Pro Tempore. In case of the temporary absence or disability of both the Mayor and Vice Mayor, the Council shall elect one of its members to be Mayor Pro Tempore. In case of vacancy in the office of Mayor, the Vice Mayor shall act as Mayor until such vacancy can be filled as provided in this Charter. SECTION 409. COUNCIL MEMBER TO HOLD NO OTHER OFFICE. No member of the Council shall hold any other municipal office or hold any office or employment the compensation of which is paid out of the municipal monies; nor be elected or appointed to any office created or the compensation of which is increased by the Council, while a member thereof, until one year after the expiration of the term for which elected. SECTION 410. COMPENSATION. The Mayor and each Council member shall receive compensation for services, as such, payable monthly. The Mayor shall be compensated at a rate different from that of Council members. The expenses incurred for Council -approved official business shall be reim- bursed. Compensation for Mayor and Council members shall be reviewed, and when warranted, adjusted biennially in odd -numbered years effective July 1. The compensation for the Mayor and Council members shall remain in effect upon the adoption of this Charter, but the rate may be revised by the electorate as recommended by initiative or referendum. ARTICLE V. COUNCIL POWERS AND PROCEDURES SECTION 501. GENERAL POWERS OF THE COUNCIL. Subject to the provisions and restrictions contained in this Charter and the delegation of power, if any, to any person, officer, Board, or Commission, the Council shall have the power in the name of the City, to do and perform all acts and things appropriate to a municipal corporation and the general welfare of its inhabitants and which are not specifically forbidden by the Constitution and laws of the State of California, or which now or hereafter it would be com- petent for this Charter to specifically enumerate. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER _ _ _ PAGE 6 No enumeration or specific statement herein of any particular powers shall be held to be exclusive of, or a limitation of, the foregoing general grant of powers. SECTIO! 502. MEETINGS OF COUNCIL. The Council shall provide by ordinance for the time and place of holding its meetings and the manner in which its special meetings may be called. Public interest and convenience shall be the primary considerations when decisions are made as to time, location, and frequency. Except as otherwise provided by law, all meetings of the Council shall be open to the public. SECTION 503. QUORUM. A majority of the Council members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. SECTION 504. RULES OF PROCEDURE. The Council shall determine its own rules of procedures. SECTION 505. VOTING. The ayes and noes shall be taken upon the passage of all ordinances and resolutions and entered upon the journal of the proceedings of the Council. Upon the request of any member, the ayes and noes shall be taken and recorded on any vote. All members, when present, must vote. Failure or refusal to vote shall be construed as an affirmative vote. SECTION 506. MAJORITY RULE. No ordinance, resolution or motion shall be passed or become effective without receiving the affirmative vote of at least three members of the Council. SECTION 507. ADMINISTERING OATHS: SUBPOENAS. Each member of the Council shall have the power to administer oaths and affirmations in any investigation or proceeding pending before the Council. The Council shall have the power and authority to compel the attendance of wit- nesses, to examine them under oath and compel the production of evidence before it. Subpoenas may be issued in the name of the City and be attested by the City Clerk. Disobedience of such subpoena or the refusal to testify (upon other than constitutional grounds), shall be deemed contempt and shall be punishable as provided by the general laws of this State. SECTION 508. LIMITATIONS. No member of the Council shall be appointed to or serve as a voting member of any City Board, Committee, Commission, or Authority, whether composed of citizen volunteers, City employees, or a combination of both. This is not to be construed as prohibiting members of the Council from serving on Committees or Subcommittees of the Council itself, or of agencies representing other levels of government. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 7 ARTICLE VI. LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS. SECTION 601. METHOD OF ACTION BY COUNCIL. All action by the Council shall be taken only by means of ordinance, resolution, or oral motion duly made and passed. Ordinances shall become a part of the Municipal Code and so remain until amended or voided. All municipal laws relating to taxation or to possible criminal action against an offender shall be in the form of ordinances. Resolutions shall be serially numbered and filed sequentially in the office of the City Clerk. Oral motions shall be recorded only in the minutes of any regular or special meeting of the Council. SECTION 602. REQUIREMENTS OF ORDINANCES. With the sole exception of ordinances which take effect upon adoption referred to in this article, no ordinance shall be passed by the Council on the day of its introduction nor within five (5) days thereafter, nor until its publication at least once in full in a newspaper of the City of San Luis Obispo at least three (3) days before its adoption; and in case of amendment being made thereto before the final adoption of the ordinance, the amended portion or portions of said ordinance must in like manner be republished at least one day before its adoption as amended, provided that no less than a full section shall be published. The correction of typographical or clerical errors shall not constitute an amend- ment within the meaning of the foregoing sentence. SECTION 603. ENACTMENT. The enacting clause of every ordinance passed by the Council shall be: "Be it ordained by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo." The enacting clause of every ordinance initiated by the people shall be: "Be it ordained by the People of the City of San Luis Obispo." SECTION 604. EFFECTIVENESS. Except as otherwise provided in this Charter, every ordinance and every measure passed by the Council shall go into effect at the expiration of thirty (30) days after its final passage, unless otherwise provided in said ordinance or measure; provided, however, that no such ordinance or measure shall go into effect in less than thirty (30) days from i-ts final passage. But ordinances declared by the Council to be necessary as emergency measures as hereinafter provided, ordinances ordering or otherwise relating to elections, ordinances relating to public improvements, the cost of which is to be borne wholly or in part by special assessments, and taxing ordinances, may go into effect at the will of the Council. SECTION 605. EMERGENCY LEGISLATION. Any ordinance declared by the Council to be necessary as an emergency measure, for preserving the public peace, health or safety, and containing a statement of the reasons for its urgency, may be introduced and adopted at once at the same meeting if passed by at least four affirmative votes. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 8 SECTION 606. AMENDING ORDINANCES. No ordinance shall be amended by reference to its title, but the sections thereof to be amended shall be re-enacted at length as amended; and any amend- ments passed contrary to the provisions of this section shall be void. SECTION 607. REPEAL. No ordinance nor section thereof shall be repealed except by an ordinance adopted in the manner provided in this Charter. This is not to prohibit the voiding or expiration of any ordinance when such voiding or expiration is provided for in the ordinance itself. SECTION 608. CODIFICATION OF ORDINANCES. Any or all ordinances of the City which have been enacted and published in the manner required at the time of their adoption, and which have not been repealed, may be compiled and codified in accordance with the provisions of the laws of the State of California as the same now exist or may hereafter be amended. Detailed regulations pertaining to the construction of buildings, plumbing and wiring, fire prevention and similar matters, when arranged as a comprehensive code, may likewise be adopted by reference in the manner provided by State law. SECTION 609. VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. The violation of any ordinance adopted and published by the City Council shall constitute a misdemeanor unless by ordinance it is made an infraction. Both misdemeanors and infractions may be prosecuted or may be redressed in the manner provided by the general law of the State. ARTICLE VII. APPOINTIVE OFFICIALS SECTION 701. GENERAL DESCRIPTION. The officials of the City of San Luis Obispo shall consist of a City Administrative Officer, a City Treasurer, a City Clerk, a City Attorney, and such assistants or deputies as the Council may deem necessary. Such officials shall be appointed by and may be removed only by the affirmative votes of a majority of the members of the Council. All other officials and department heads of the City shall be appointed by and may be removed by the City Administra- tive Officer. SECTION 702. DUTIES OF OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administra- tive Officer, the Council shall provide in a manner not inconsistent with this Charter, for the powers and duties of all officials and employees of the City. SECTION 703. CITY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER. The City Administrative Officer shall be the administrative head of the government of the City. As such, the City Administrative Officer shall be responsible to the Council for the efficient implementation of its policy and effective administration of all the affairs of the City government which the office controls. Any action, determination or omission of the Administrative Officer or staff shall be subject to review by the Council but no individual Council member or the Mayor shall overrule, change or modify any such action, determination or omission except by affirmative vote of at least three members of said Council at a duly constituted session. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER The Administrative Officer shall Council concerning any conditions or direction or policy determination. The Administrative Officer will individuals, are permitted timely and information. PAGE 9 advise and make recommendations to the governmental situations which need Council insure that the Council, as a whole or as complete freedom of access to requested SECTION 704. QUALIFICATIONS. The City Administrative Officer shall be chosen on the basis of administra- tive qualifications; need not be a resident of the City or the State at the time of appointment, but during tenure in office shall reside within the City. SECTION 705. ELIGIBILITY OF COUNCIL MEMBERS. No member of the City Council shall, during the term for which elected or appointed, or for one year thereafter, be eligible to hold the position of City Administrative Officer. SECTION 706. COMBINING OF OFFICES. Where the positions are not incompatible, the Council may combine in one person the powers and duties of two or more offices created or provided for in the Charter. SECTION 707. NEPOTISM. The Council shall not appoint to a salaried position under the City govern- ment, any person who is a relative by blood or marriage within the third degree of any one or more members of such Council, and neither shall any department head or other officer having appointive power appoint any relative of the Council or themselves. within such degree to any such position. Nothing herein shall prevent the City Administrative Officer from supplementing the provisions of this section. SECTION 708. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT. All persons seeking employment with the City and all City employees shall be treated equally and without discrimination prohibited by Federal, State or local laws. SECTION 709. EMPLOYMENT POLICY. The City Council shall adopt a Personnel Policy Ordinance, prescribing hiring, discharge and performance standards for Council appointees, department heads, and other appointive officials. No official appointed by the City Council shall be terminated within the three (3) months following a municipal election. No official subject to appointment by the City Administrative Officer shall be terminated within the three (3) months immediately following the appointment of a new City Administrative Officer. Any notice of termination, transfer, or demotion shall state the effective date of the action and a copy shall be filed with the Personnel Department. SECTION 710. OATH OF OFFICE. Every official of the City, before entering upon the duties of the office, shall take the oath of office as provided for in the Constitution of this State, and shall file the same with the City Clerk. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 10 SECTION 711. COMPENSATION OF OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. The compensation of all City officials and employees, except as otherwise provided in this Charter, shall be by salary to be fixed by ordinance or resolution. No official or employee shall be allowed any fees, perquisites, emoluments, re- wards or compensation for any work performed as an official or employee, aside from the salary or compensation as fixed by the Council, but all fees received in connection with official duties shall be paid into the City Treasury. SECTION 712. OFFICIAL BONDS. The Council shall, by ordinance or resolution, determine what officials and other persons in the service of the City shall give bond either of an individual type or be included in a master bond, for the faithful performance of their duties and/or honesty, and shall fix the amounts of such bond or bonds, and each of such officers and other persons shall before entering upon the duties of office or employment, execute a bond to the City in the penal sum provided by such ordinance or resolution, including in the same bond the duties of all offices of which the official or person is made, by this Charter or otherwise, ex officio incumbent. Such bonds must be examined by the City Attorney and approved by the City Council. All bonds when approved shall be filed with the City Clerk, except the City Clerk's bond, if any, which shall be filed with the City Administrative Off icer. All the provisions of any law of this State relating to the official bonds of officials as then existing shall apply to such bonds, except as herein otherwise provided. In all cases where surety company bonds are approved by the Council, the premium therefore shall be paid by the City. ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL ADMINISTRATION SECTION 801. THE FISCAL YEAR. The fiscal year of the City shall commence upon the first day of July of each year, or at such other time as may be fixed by ordinance. SECTION 802. ANNUAL BUDGET. On such date in each year as shall be fixed by the Council, the City Administrative Officer shall send to the Council a careful estimate, in writing, of the amounts, specifying in detail the objects thereof required for the business and proper conduct of the various departments, offices, Boards and Commissions of the City, over which the office has control, during the next ensuing year. The City Administrative Officer shall also at said time submit to the Council an estimate of the amount of income from all sources of revenue, exclusive of taxes upon property, and the probable amount required to be levied and raised by tax- ation. SECTION 803. PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUDGET. After reviewing the proposed budget as submitted by the City Administrative Officer and making such revisions as it may deem advisable, the Council shall determine the time for holding of a public hearing, and shall cause a notice thereof to be published not less than ten (10) days prior to said hearing by at least one insertion in a newspaper in the City of San Luis Obispo. Copies of the proposed budget shall be available for inspection by the public at the office of the City Clerk at least ten (10) days prior to said hearing. At the time so advertised or at any time to which such public hearing shall from time to time be adjourned, the Council shall hold a public hearing on the proposed budget at which interested persons desiring to be heard shall be given such opportunity. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 11 SECTION 804. ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET. After the conclusion of the public hearing the Council shall further consider the proposed budget and make any revisions thereof that it may deem advisable and thereafter it shall adopt the budget with revisions, if any. Upon final adoption, the budget shall be in effect for the ensuing fiscal year. From the effective date of the budget, the several amounts stated therein as proposed expenditures shall be and become appropriated to the various departments or activities therein described. All appropriations shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year to the extent that they shall not have been expended or lawfully encumbered. At any meeting after the adoption of the budget, the Council may amend or supplement the budget by motion adopted by a majority vote of the Council. SECTION 805. GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES. Sufficient funds may be budgeted by the Council for grants, subsidies, con- tributions, subventions and the like to economic, promotional, environmental, cultural, or other agencies whose operations are unrelated to those of the City but who contribute largely to the quality of life of the City. Such funds shall be allotted only after a public hearing on consideration of an application by the requesting group or agency. Such application shall include complete justification of the need for the requested aid. SECTION 806. INCOME FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES. All income derived from the operation and management of any public utility by the City shall be devoted exclusively to the payment of the expenses of operat- ing, maintaining, improving, or bettering such public utility, and to the payment of any debts and interest thereon which may have been incurred for the acquiring, improving, operating, or maintaining of such utility. SECTION 807. TAX LIMITATION. (A) General. The Council shall not levy a property tax for municipal pur- poses for any fiscal year, greater than eighty-five cents (85�) on each one hundred dollars of assessed value of taxable property in the City, except as otherwise provided in this section, unless authorized by the affirmative votes of the majority of the electorate voting on a proposition to increase such levy at any election at which the question of such additional levy for municipal purposes is submitted to the electors. The number of years that such additional levy is to be made shall be specified in such proposition. (B) Additional Taxes. There shall be levied and collected at the time and in the same manner as other property taxes for municipal purposes are levied and collected, as additional taxes, if no other provisions for the payment thereof is made: 1. A tax sufficient to meet all obligations of the City for principal and interest of all bonds or judgments due and unpaid or to become due during the ensuing fiscal year which constitute the general obligations of the City; 2. A tax sufficient to meet all obligations of the City to the Public Employees' Retirement System for retirement of the City Employees, if any, due and unpaid or to become due during the ensuing fiscal year. (C) Special Levies. Special levies in addition to the above may be made annually in amounts not to exceed the limits hereinafter enumerated in this section, respectively, on each $100 of the assessed value of the taxable property in the City: SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 12 1. For public improvements and betterments: Thirty cents (30�) 2. For library purposes: Twenty cents (20¢) 3. For park and recreation purposes: Twenty cents (20¢) The proceeds from any special levies shall belong to and be paid into restricted funds set aside for their respective purposes and shall be expended only for such purposes. SECTION 808. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. Monies shall be drawn from the City Treasury only in the manner prescribed by ordinance of the Council. SECTION 809. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY. (A) No suit shall be brought on any claim for money or damages against the City or any Board, or official thereof, until a demand for the same has been presented as herein provided and rejected in whole or in part. If rejected in part, suit may be brought to recover the whole. All claims for damages against the City must be presented to the City Clerk within the time limits prescribed by the laws of the State of California after the occurrence, event, or transaction from which the damages allegedly arose, and shall set forth in detail the name and address of the claimant, the time, date, place, and circumstances of the occur- rence and the extent of the injuries or damages received. (B) The provisions of the foregoing subsection (A) shall not prohibit pay- ment on invoice, claims for goods, wares, materials, and/or services supplied to the City, and the provisions for payment on account of said items shall be set out by an ordinance adopted by the Council. SECTION 810. INDEPENDENT AUDITS. The Council shall employ, at the beginning of each fiscal year, an indepen- dent certified public accountant who, at such time or times as may be specified by the Council, at least annually, shall examine the books, records, inventories, and reports of all officials, employees, departments, and agencies who receive, handle, or disburse public funds. As soon as practicable after the end of the fiscal year, a final audit and report shall be submitted by such accountant to the Council, one copy thereof to be distributed to each member, one each to the City Clerk, the City Treasurer, the City Administrative Officer, and City Attorney respectively, and three additional copies to be placed on file in the office of the City Clerk where they shall be available for inspection by the general public for the period required by the laws of the State of California. Restricted and special assessment district funds shall be segregated in the audit report. ARTICLE IX. PUBLIC WORKS AND CONTRACTS SECTION 901. PUBLIC WORKS TO BE DONE BY CONTRACT. (A) Except as provided in subsection (D) of this section, every project involving an expenditure of City monies of more than the amount specified in Section 37902 of the Government Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended for the construction or improvement of public buildings, works, drains, sewers, utilities, parks, playgrounds, and streets (exclusive of projects for resurfacing, maintenance, and repair of streets) shall be let by contract to the lowest responsible bidder after notice by publication in the official newspaper by one or more insertions, the first of which shall be at least ten (10) calendar days before the time for opening bids. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 13 (B) All bids shall be accompanied by either a certified or cashier's check, or a bidder's bond executed by a corporate surety authorized to engage in such business in California, made payable to the City. Such security shall be in an amount not less than that specified in the notice inviting bids or in the specifi- cations referred to therein, or if no amount be so specified then in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the aggregate amount of the bid. If the successful bidder neglects or refuses to enter into the contract, within the time specified in the notice inviting bids or specifications referred to therein, the amount of the bidder's security shall be declared forfeited to the City and shall be collected and paid into its general fund and all bonds so forfeited shall be prosecuted and the amount thereof collected and paid into such fund. The Council may reject any and all bids presented and may readvertise in its discretion. (C) The Council, after rejecting bids or if no bids are received, may de- clare and determine that, in its opinion, based on estimates approved by the City Administrative Officer the work in question may be performed better or more economically by the City with its own employees and after the adoption of a resolu- tion to this effect by at least four (4) affirmative votes of the Council pursuant to Section 37905 of the Government Code may proceed to have said work done in the manner stated, without further observance of the provisions of this section. Such contracts likewise may be let without advertising for bids, if such work shall be deemed by the City Council to be of urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health or property and shall be authorized by resolution passed by at least four (4) affirmative votes of the Council and containing a declaration of the facts constituting such urgency. (D) Nothing in this section shall be construed to apply to any project in- volving the expenditure of City monies by the City for public works in cooperation with a developer or subdivider for oversize facilities or such cooperative exten- sion or replacement of mains and appurtenances. For those projects the City shall have the authority to make funds available to the cooperating developer or sub- divider on a fixed formula basis established at least annually by Council resolution. SECTION 902. COLLUSION. (A) Any officer or employee of the City, or of any department thereof, who shall willfully aid or assist a bidder in securing a contract to furnish labor, materials or supplies at a higher price than that proposed by any other bidder, or who shall favor one bidder over another, or who shall willfully mislead any bidder in regard to the character of the materials or supplies called for, or who shall knowingly accept materials or supplies of a quality inferior to those called for by the contract or who shall knowingly certify to a greater amount of labor performed than has been actually performed, or to the receipt of a greater amount or different kind of materials or supplies than has been actually received, any of the above which is to the detriment of the City, shall be deemed guilty of malfeasance and shall be removed from office. (B) If at any time it shall be found that the person to whom a contract has been awarded has, in presenting any bid or bids, colluded with any other party or parties for the purpose of preventing any other bids being made, then the contract so awarded shall be null and void, and the Council shall advertise for a new con- tract for said work, or provide for such public work to be done by the City. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 14__ (C) If at any time it shall be found that the person to whom a contract has been awarded has colluded with any other party or parties, including a City officer or employee, during the administration of the contract, then the contract so award- ed shall be null and void and any funds paid pursuant to it shall be returned to the City. Any City officer or employee guilty of such collusion to the detriment of the City may be prosecuted pursuant to State law or charged with a misdemeanor for violation of this Charter. SECTION 903. PURCHASES OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT. The City Council by ordinance or resolution shall adopt policies and procedures, including appropriate bidding regulations, governing purchases of supplies and equipment. Purchases of supplies and equipment shall be made only in accordance with the adopted policies and in accordance with all provisions of law governing the same. The City Council also shall by ordinance or resolution adopt policies and pro- cedures for the contracting for personal services. Such personal services shall be contracted for only in accordance with the adopted procedures and in accordance with all provisions of law governing the same. SECTION 904. ABRIDGEMENT OF CONTRACT. Inasmuch as a contract is a legal document attesting to the terms of an agree- ment providing for an exchange of services for a mutually -agreed-upon compensation in return, each separate deletion, modification, or addition shall be completed in writing, signed by authorized representatives of the contractor and the City, and filed with the City Clerk within thirty (30) calendar days. Any willful abridgement of any provision of a contract, without a written memorandum as required above, shall be considered a breach of contract and a misdemeanor. SECTION 905. PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Any contract may provide for progressive payments if the ordinance or resolu- tion authorizing such work includes such a provision. No progressive payments may be provided for or made at any time which with prior payments, if there have been such, shall exceed in amount at any time ninety percent (90%) of the value of the labor done and the materials used up to that time, and no contract shall provide for or authorize or permit the payment of more than ninety percent (90%) of the contract price before the completion and acceptance of the work. SECTION 906. SALE OR LEASE OF CITY PROPERTY. The following regulations shall be applicable to City -owned property: No sale or lease of real property nor any sale of personalpropertyof a value in excess of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) nor any lease, or personal property for a period exceeding three (3) years shall be authorized by the Council except by resolution passed by the affirmative vote of three-fifths (3/5) of all the members of the Council. SECTION 907. EXEMPTIONS. Nothing in this article shall be construed to apply to the acquisition or purchase of natural gas, telephone service, electricity, electric power or electric energy by the'City for any use or purpose. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER ARTICLE X. LICENSES AND FRANCHISES. PAGE 15 SECTION 1001. GRANTING OF FRANCHISES. The City Council is empowered to grant by ordinance a franchise to any person, firm or corporation, whether operating under an existing franchise or not, to furnish the City and its inhabitants with transportation, communication, terminal facilities, water, light, heat, power, refrigeration, storage, or any other public utility of public service, and to use the public streets, ways, alleys, and other places, as the same now or may hereafter exist, for the con- struction and operation of plants, works, or equipment necessary or convenient for traversing any portion of the City for the transmitting or conveying of any service elsewhere. The City Council may prescribe the terms and conditions of any such grant. It may also provide, by procedural ordinance,the method of procedure and additional terms and conditions for making such grants, subject to the provisions of this Charter. SECTION 1002. RESOLUTION OF INTENTION, NOTICE, AND PUBLIC HEARING. Before granting any franchise, the City Council shall pass a resolution declaring its intention to grant the same, stating the name of the proposed grantee, the character of the franchise and the terms and conditions upon which it is proposed to be granted. Such resolution shall fix and set forth the day, hour and place when and where any persons having any interest therein or any objection to the granting thereof may appear before the City Council and be heard thereon. It shall direct the City Clerk to publish said resolution at least once within fifteen (15) days of the passage thereof in a newspaper in the City of San Luis Obispo. The time fixed for such hearing shall not be less than twenty (20) nor more than sixty (60) days after the passage of said resolution. At the time set for the hearing, the City Council shall proceed to hear and pass upon all protests, and its decision thereon shall be final and conclusive. There- after, it may grant or deny the franchise, subject to the right of referendum of the people. SECTION 1003. TERM OF FRANCHISE. Every franchise shall state the term for which it is granted, which, unless it be indeterminate as provided for herein, shall not exceed thirty-five (35) years. No franchise may be renewed until three (3) years before its term expires. A franchise grant may be indeterminate, that is to say, it may provide that it shall endure in full force and effect until the same, with the consent of the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, shall be voluntarily surrendered or abandoned by its possessor, or until the State of California, or some municipal or public corporation, thereunto duly authorized by law, shall purchase by voluntary agreement or shall condemn and take, under the power of eminent domain, all property actually used and useful in the exercise of such franchise and situated within the territorial limits of the State, municipal or public corporation purchasing or condemning such property, or until the franchise shall be forfeited for non-compliance with its terms by the possessor thereof. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 16 SECTION 1004. GRANT TO BE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER FRANCHISES. Any franchise granted by the City with respect to any given utility service shall be in lieu of all other franchises, rights, or privileges owned by the grantee, or by any successor of the grantee to any rights under such franchise, for the rendering of such utility service within the limits of the City as they now or may hereafter exist, except any franchise derived under Section 19 of Article XI of the Constitution of California as said section existed prior to the amendment thereof adopted October 10, 1911. The acceptance of any franchise here- under shall operate as an abandonment of all such franchises, rights, and privileges within the limits of the City as such limits shall at any time exist, in lieu of which such franchise shall be granted. Any franchise granted hereunder shall not become effective until written acceptance thereof shall have been filed by the grantee thereof with the City Clerk. Such acceptance shall be filed within ten (10) days after the adoption of the ordinance granting the franchise and when so filed, such acceptance shall constitute a continuing agreement of such grantee that if and when the City shall thereafter annex, or consolidate with, additional territory, any and all franchises, rights, and privileges owned by the grantee therein, except a franchise derived under said constitutional provision, shall likewise be deemed to be abandoned within the limits of such territory. SECTION 1005. EMINENT DOMAIN. No franchise grant shall in any way or to any extent impair or affect the right of the City to acquire the property of the grantee thereof either by pur- chase or through the exercise of the right of eminent domain, and nothing herein contained shall be construed to contract away or to modify or to abridge either for a term or in perpetuity the City's right of eminent domain with respect to any public utility. Every franchise grant shall reserve to the City the right to purchase the property of such utility either at an agreed price or a price to be determined in a manner to be prescribed in the grant, or in the procedural ordinance hereinabove mentioned. In fixing the price to be paid by the City for any utility, no allowance shall be made for franchise value (other than the actual amount paid to the City at,the time of the franchise acquisition), good will, going concern, earning power, increased cost of reproduction, severance damage, or increased value of right of way. SECTION 1006. DUTIES OF GRANTEE. By its acceptance of any franchise hereunder, the grantee shall covenant and agree to perform and be bound by each and all of the terms and conditions imposed in the grant or by procedural ordinance, and shall further agree to: (A) Comply with all lawful ordinances, rules, and regulations theretofore or thereafter adopted by the City Council in the exercise of its police power, governing the construction, maintenance, and operation of its plants, works, or equipment; (B) Pay to the City on demand the cost of all repairs to public property made necessary by any of the operations of the grantee under such franchise; (C) Pay to the owner on demand the cost of all repairs to private property made necessary by any of the operations of the grantee under such franchise; (D) Indemnify and hold harmless the City and its officials from any and all liability for damages proximately resulting from any operations under such franchise. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 17 (E) Remove and relocate without expense to the City any facilities installed, used and maintained under the franchise if and when made necessary by any lawful change of grade, alignment, or width of any public street, way, alley, or place, including the construction of any subway or viaduct; and (F) Pay to the City during the life of the franchise, a percentage, to be specified in the grant, of the gross annual receipts of the grantee within the limits of the City, or such other compensation as the City Council may prescribe in the grant. The City Administrative Officer shall be responsible for the enforcement of all provisions of the grant. SECTION 1007. VIOLATIONS. The exercise by any person, firm or corporation of any privilege for which a franchise is required, without procuring such franchise, shall be a misdemeanor, and each day that such condition continues to exist shall constitute a separate violation. ARTICLE XI. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION. SECTION 1101. RULES AND REGULATIONS. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administrative Officer, the Council shall provide by ordinance or resolution, not inconsistent with this Charter, for personnel rules and regulations governing all City employees. SECTION 1102. PERSONNEL BOARD. The Council may establish a Personnel Board consisting of five (5) members whose duties shall be advisory only. SECTION 1103. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES. The political activities of all City employees shall conform to pertinent provisions of the Federal and State laws. SECTION 1104. EMPLOYEE CANDIDACY FOR PUBLIC OFFICE. Nothing in Section 1103 shall be construed to prevent any full-time employee from seeking election or appointment to public office. Upon becoming a candidate for elective office for the City of San Luis Obispo, any such person shall request and be granted a leave of absence, without pay, to remain in effect during the period of time such person is a candidate. SECTION 1105. RETIREMENT. The City Council shall be authorized to enter into a contract with the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System of California which shall include all employees of the City of San Luis Obispo. Should the contract at any time be broadened, the City Council may have the contract amended to pro- vide the improved coverage. The Council may terminate the contract or negotiate another contract with reduced employee coverage with the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System only upon authority approved by a majority vote of the electorate. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 18 ARTICLE XII. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. SECTION 1201. AUTHORITY. The City Council shall have the authority to establish by ordinance citizen Committees, Commissions, Boards, and Authorities as required by the State of California or as the Council deems necessary to give it advice or assistance. Such authorizing ordinances shall clearly define goals, responsibilities, and jurisdiction of such a body. The Council shall have the authority to establish by resolution any temporary or "ad hoc" citizen Committees with limited lifespan and clearly defined objectives specified in such a resolution. SECTION 1202. ELIGIBILITY, APPOINTMENT, AND LENGTH OF TERMS. All registered voters within the City, except part or full-time officials and management employees of the City, shall be eligible for appointment, and shall be selected and appointed by any method deemed appropriate by the Council. No Committee member shall be appointed to a term exceeding four (4) years. Committee members may be reappointed to serve additional terms. SECTION 1203. VACANCIES. If a vacancy occurs in the body created by the Council, that vacancy may be filled by the Council for the unexpired term of such a position. A member of any such body may be removed by three (3) affirmative votes of the Council. SECTION 1204. BYLAWS AND PROCEDURES. Each body established by ordinance for approval its bylaws for procedure: officers, budget, etc. shall present in writing to the Council purpose, specific functions, meetings, SECTION 1205. ANNUAL REPORTS. By May 1 of each year, each established body shall report to the Council on its activities for the preceding year, as well as its proposed activities and requested budget for the forthcoming year. SECTION 1206. FUNCTIONAL REVIEW. Every five (5) years of a standing Committee's life, the activities of such a body shall be reviewed by a citizens' "ad hoc" Committee and recommendations presented to the Council for modification or continuation of function, or for termination. The Council, at its discretion, may refer this task to the Personnel Board. March 30, 1978 ClitySay IM I S OBISPO CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE Post Office Box 321 ■ San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 • 805/541-1000 MEMORANDUM: To Councilman Settle From City Attorney Allen Grimes Subject Charter amendment annexation petition You have asked me to advise you whether the charter amendment annex- ation proposal conflicts with or is preempted by Government Code 535002 (MORGA). The proposed charter amendment reads as follows: "SECTION 727. Voter Approval of Annexations. Except for territory which is dedicated solely and entirely to a permanent public use, no annexation of territory to the city shall become effective until approved by the vote of the people at a general or special election held after the final decision by the council to annex such territory." Section 35002 of the Government Code reads: "§35002. Exclusive authority and procedure; incorporations, reorganizations.and changes or organization Except as provided in Division 1 (commencing with Section 56000) of Title 6, this part shall provide the sole and ex- clusive authority and procedure for the initiation, conduct, and completion of city incorporations, municipal reorganiza- tions, or changes of organization." Section 35027 of the Government Code provides that "change of organi- zation of a city" means an annexation or detachment of territory to, or from, a city, the disincorporation or consolidation of any city or cities. While the two sections may be compared in terms of conflict, in legal concept the question can also be put in terms of preemption. In other words, has MORGA preempted the city from adopting provisions relating to annexation, including annexation procedure? a�u�,uh�l�f II��j4�N�M4 -city of sAn lois oBispo MAEme CITY CLERK/TREASURER . a Post Office Box 321 * San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 * 805/541 -1000 June 30, 1978 MEMORANDUM TO Honorable Mayor and Members of he City Council FROM Pam Voges, City Clerk Secreta SUBJECT City Charter Measures from the �une 6, 1978 Election Please be advised that we have just received word from the Secretary of State that those Charter measures recently passed at the June 6, 1978 Special Municipal Election including Measure G, dealing with the annexation of property to the city, were certified and filed in Sacramento this morning and are effective immediately. We should receive a copy of the certificate some time next week. pv cc: R.D. Miller A. Grimes it y o. B..;sp o ' CITY CLERK/TRE_ASURER Post Office Box 321 + San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 • 805.'541-1000 June 27, 1978 Honorable March Fong Eu Secretary of State 925 L Street, Suite 605 Sacramento, CA 95814 Dear Madam Secretary: Enclosed are the following: 1. Certificates by the Mayor and City Clerk of a charter measure ratified by the registered voters of the City of San Luis Obispo on June 6, 1978: Measure G - Voter approval of annexations. r 2. Certified copy of the Affidavit of Publication of the resolution call- ing the Special Municipal Election and consolidating with the State-wide Primary and listing ballot measures. 3. Copy of the Sample Ballot and Voter Information Pamphlet mailed out by the County Clerk to all registered voters in the city, which includes not only the sample ballot but also the analysis by the City Attorney and the argument for and against each city measure. 4. Certified copy of County Clerk's Certificate giving the results of votes cast on city measures at the June 6, 1978 State-wide Primary Election. Sincerely, J.H. Fitzpatrick City Clerk JHF:pv Enclosures follows: RESOLUTION NO. 3504 (1978 Series) A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO CALLING A SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN SAID CITY ON TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1978, AND TO BE CONSOLIDATED WITH THE STATE-WIDE PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD ON SAID DATE, FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON CITY CHARTER MEASURES. BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo as SECTION 1. There is hereby called and ordered to be held in the City of San Luis Obispo, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, on Tuesday, June 6, 1978, a Special Municipal Election of the qualified electors of said City for the purpose of voting upon City Charter measures, copies of which are available for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk. SECTION 2. The propositions to be voted on at said Special Municipal Election shall be as set forth on Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 3. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this resolution and shall cause this resolution to be published once in the San Luis Obispo County Telegram -Tribune, a newspaper of general circulation printed, published and circulated in the City of San Luis Obispo, within fifteen (15) days of the date hereof and not more than sixty (60) days prior to the 6th day of June, 1978. On motion of Councilman Rattly and on the following roll call vote: , seconded by Councilman Jorgensen , AG:ktm 2/8/78 R 3504 Resolution No. 3504 (1978 Series) AYES: Councilmen Dunin, Jorgensen, Petterson, Settle and Mayor Schwartz NOES: None ABSENT: None the foregoing resolution was passed and adopted this 21st day of February , 1978. ATTEST: C�y'Clerk J.H. Fitzpatrick Approved as to form: WENDT, MITCHELL, SINSHEIMER, de la MOTTE & LILLE City Attorney By Allen Grimes Approved as to content: C=Unk- CK City Administrative icer AG:ktm 2/8/78 - 2 - TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Description Page_No. ARTICLE I. INCORPORATION AND APPLICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ARTICLE II. FORM AND POWERS OF MUNICIPALITY . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ARTICLE III. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ARTICLE IV. ELECTIVE OFFICIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ARTICLE V. COUNCIL POWERS AND PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ARTICLE VI. LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ARTICLE VII. APPOINTIVE OFFICIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ARTICLE IX. PUBLIC WORKS AND CONTRACTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ARTICLE X. LICENSES AND FRANCHISES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ARTICLE XI. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 ARTICLE XII. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER----------------- HARTER_--- �PAGE 1 ARTICLE I. INCORPORATION AND APPLICATION SECTION 101. NAME OF THE CITY. The Municipal Corporation now existing and known as "The City of San Luis Obispo" shall remain and continue a body politic and corporate, as at present, i.n fact and in law, and by such name shall have perpetual succession. SECTION 102. BOUNDARIES. The boundaries of the City of San Luis Obispo shall continue as now es- tablished until changed in a manner authorized by law. SECTION 103. EFFECTIVE DATE OF CHARTER. This Charter shall not take effect until accepted and filed by the Secretary of State pursuant to the provisions of Section 34464 of the Government Code. SECTION 104. GENERAL LAW APPLICABLE. All general laws of the State applicable to municipal corporations, now or hereafter enacted and which are not in conflict with the provisions of this Charter or with ordinances or resolutions adopted in pursuance of this Charter, shall be applicable to the City. SECTION 105. AMENDMENTS. This Charter may be amended in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of California. SECTION 106. DEFINITIONS. dhen used in this Charter the masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter. The present tense includes the past and future tenses, and the future, the present. The singular number includes the plural, and the plural, the singular. "Shall" is mandatory and "May" is permissive. "Oath" includes affirmation. The word "City" wherever it occurs in this Charter, means the City of San Luis Obispo, and every Commissioner, Commission, Department, Board, Officer, Employee, wherever mentioned in this Charter means the Commissioner, Commission, Department, Board, Officer, or Employee, as the case may be, of the City of San Luis Obispo. The word "Council" when used in this Charter means the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo. SECTION 107. CONFLICTS. Any municipal ordinance, resolution, or motion duly approved by the City Council which is in effect at the time this Charter is made effective shall continue in force unless it is in conflict with any provision of this Charter, at which time it shall become null and void. SECTION 108. VALIDITY OF CHARTER. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this Charter is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or void, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining separable portions of this Charter. The people of the City of San Luis Obispo hereby declare that they would have adopted this Charter and each section, subsection, clause or phrase thereof irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared unconstitutional or void. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 2 SECTION 109. VIOLATION OF CHARTER. The violation of any provision of this Charter shall be deemed a mis- demeanor, and may be prosecuted by the authorities. of the. City in the name of the people of the State of California, or may be redressed by civil action, at the option of said authorities. The. maximum penalty upon conviction for the violation of any provision of this Charter shall be a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars {$1,000.00} or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both such fine and imprisonment. Any person sentenced to imprisonment for the violation of a provision of this Charter may be imprisoned in the city jail, or in the county jail of the county in which the City of San Luis Obispo is situated. The City Administrative Officer shall be responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of the Charter. ARTICLE II. FORM AND POWERS OF MUNICIPALITY SECTION 201. FORM OF GOVERNMENT. The municipal government provided by this Charter shall be known as the "Council -Mayor -Administrative Officer" form of municipal government. SECTION 202. GOVERNING BODY. All powers herein granted to and vested in the City of San Luis Obispo shall, except as herein otherwise provided, be exercised by a Council to be designated the Council of the City. The Council shall be the governing body of the City and, subject to express limitations of this Charter, shall be vested with all powers of legislation in municipal affairs adequate to a complete system of local govern- ment consistent with the Constitution and laws of the State of California. SECTION 203. POWERS OF CITY. The City shall have the power to make and enforce all laws and regulations in respect to municipal affairs, subject only to such restrictions and limitations as may be provided in this Charter and in the Constitution and laws of the State of California. It shall also have the power to exercise any and all rights, powers and privileges heretofore or hereafter established, granted or prescribed by any law of the State, by this Charter, or by other lawful authority, or which a municipal corporation might or could exercise under the Constitution and laws of the State of California. The enumeration in this Charter of any particular power shall not be held to be exclusive of or any limitation upon this general grant of power. SECTION 204. ORGANIZATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administra- tive Officer, the Council shall provide by ordinance or resolution, not incon- sistent with this Charter, for the powers and duties of all officials and employ- ees of the City and for the organization, function, conduct, and operation of the various departments of the City and may provide for the creation of additional departments, divisions, offices, and agencies, and for their consolidation, alteration, or abolition. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 3 SECTION 205. CONSOLIDATION OF FUNCTIONS. The Council may transfer or consolidate functions of the City government to or with appropriate functions of the State or County government, or may make use of such functions of the State or County government, and in case of any such transfer or consolidation, the provisions of this Charter providing for the function of the City government so transferred or consolidated, shall be deemed suspended during the continuance of such transfer or consolidation, to the extent that such suspension is made necessary or convenient and is set forth in the ordinance or resolution establishing such transfer or consolidation. Any such transfer or consolidation may be repealed in like manner. ARTICLE III. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS SECTION 301. PROCEDURE. Unless otherwise provided by ordinance hereafter enacted, all elections shall be held in accordance with the provisions of the Elections Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended. SECTION 302. GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. General municipal elections to fill elective offices shall be held in the .City on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March in each odd numbered year. SECTION 303. SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. All other municipal elections that may be held by authority of this Charter, or of general law, or by ordinance, shall be known as special municipal elections. SECTION 304. INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM AND RECALL. The provisions of the Elections Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended governing the initiative, referendum and recall of municipal officers, shall apply to the use thereof in this City insofar as the provisions of the elections code are not in conflict with this Charter. ARTICLE IV. ELECTIVE OFFICIALS SECTION 401. ENUMERATION. The elective officers of the City of San Luis Obispo shall be a Mayor and four Council members each of whom, including the Mayor, shall have the right to vote on all questions coming before the Council. SECTION 402. ELECTION AT LARGE. The Mayor shall be elected at the general municipal election on a general ticket from the City at large. The Council members shall be elected at the general municipal election from the City at large, two being selected biennially. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 4 SECTION 403. ELIGIBILITY FOR OFFICE. No person shall be eligible for election to, or to hold, the office of Mayor or Council member of said City unless said person is and shall have been a resident thereof, or of territory legally annexed thereto, on or prior to the date of such election or appointment, for at least thirty (30) days next pre- ceding said person's election thereto or appointment to fill a vacancy therein, and is an elector thereof at the time of such election or appointment. SECTION 404. TERMS OF OFFICE. The term of the Mayor shall be two years, and the terms of the Council members shall be four years. Terms shall commence on the first day of April at twelve o'clock noon follow- ing the election and each shall serve until a successor is elected or appointed and qualified. Ties in voting shall be settled by the casting of lots. SECTION 405. NO LIMITATION OF TERMS. There shall be no limitation on the number of terms for which any elected official may serve. SECTION 406. VACANCIES. An elective office becomes vacant when the incumbent thereof dies, resigns, is removed from office under recall proceedings, is adjudged insane, convicted of felony, or of an offense involving a violation of the Mayor or Council member's official duties, or ceases to be a resident of the City, or has been absent from the State without leave granted by the City Council for more than sixty (60) consecutive days, or fails to attend the meetings of the Council for a like period without being excused therefrom by said body. A vacancy in the Council shall be filled for the remainder of the unexpired term, if any, at the next regular municipal election following not less than seventy-two (72) days upon the occurrence of the vacancy, but the Council by a majority vote of its remaining members shall appoint a qualified person to fill the vacancy until the person elected to serve the remainder of the unexpired term or new term takes office. If the term still has two (2) years until expiration at the time of the next regular municipal election, the election to that seat shall be separated from the election for the other Council candidates. If the Council fails to fill the vacancy within thirty (30) days following its occurrence, it shall call a special municipal election to fill the vacancy, to be held not sooner than ninety (90) days or not later than one hundred and twenty (120) days following the occurrence of the vacancy. The election shall be governed by the provisions of Article III. A person elected to fill a Council vacancy for an unexpired term shall take office on the first Tuesday following his election. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Charter, a minority of the members of the Council may fill vacancies on the Council by appointment in the event that a majority of the Council seats becomes vacant. SECTION 407. MAYOR - POKERS AND DUTIES. The Mayor shall preside at all meetings of the City Council and perform such other duties consistent with the office as may be imposed by the Council or by vote of the people. The Mayor shall be entitled to, and must vote when present, but shall possess no veto power. As presiding officer of the Council the Mayor will faithfully communicate the will of the Council majority to the Administrative Officer in matters of policy. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 5 The Mayor shall present an annual work program to the Council for its con- sideration at the first meeting in May. The Mayor shall have the responsibility for forwarding the work program approved by the Council. The Mayor shall be recognized as the official head of the City for all ceremonial purposes, and by the Governor for military purposes. In time of public danger or calamity, the Mayor shall take command of the public forces, maintain order, and enforce laws. The Mayor shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law or ordinance or by resolution of the Council, except as limited by this Charter. SECTION 408. MAYOR PRO TEMPORE. The Council shall elect one of its members to be Vice Mayor. During the temporary absence or disability of the Mayor, the Vice Mayor shall act as Mayor Pro Tempore. In case of the temporary absence or disability of both the Mayor and Vice Mayor, the Council shall elect one of its members to be Mayor Pro Tempore. In case of vacancy in the office of Mayor, the Vice Mayor shall act as Mayor until such vacancy can be filled as provided in this Charter. SECTION 409. COUNCIL MEMBER TO HOLD NO OTHER OFFICE. No member of the Council shall hold any other municipal office or hold any office or employment the compensation of which is paid out of the municipal monies; nor be elected or appointed to any office created or the compensation of which is increased by the Council, while a member thereof, until one year after the expiration of the term for which elected. SECTION 410. COMPENSATION. The Mayor and each Council member shall receive compensation for services, as such, payable monthly.- The Mayor shall be compensated at a rate different from that of Council members. The expenses incurred for Council -approved official business shall be reim- bursed. Compensation for Mayor and Council members shall be reviewed, and when warranted, adjusted biennially in odd -numbered years effective July 1. The compensation for the Mayor and Council members shall remain in effect upon the adoption of this Charter, but the rate may be revised by the electorate as recommended by initiative or referendum. ARTICLE V. COUNCIL P014ERS AND PROCEDURES SECTION 501. GENERAL POWERS OF THE COUNCIL. Subject to the provisions and restrictions contained in this Charter and the delegation of power, if any, to any person, officer, Board, or Commission, the Council shall have the power in the name of the City, to do and perform all acts and things appropriate to a municipal corporation and the general welfare of its inhabitants and which are not specifically forbidden by the Constitution and laws of the State of California, or which now or hereafter it would be com- petent for this Charter to specifically enumerate. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER __ PAGE 6 No enumeration or specific statement herein of any particular powers shall be held to be exclusive of, or a limitation of, the foregoing general grant of powers. SECTION 502. MEETINGS OF COUNCIL. The Council shall provide by ordinance for the time and place of holding its meetings and the manner in which its special meetings may be called. Public interest and convenience shall be the primary considerations when decisions are made as to time, location, and frequency. Except as otherwise provided by law, all meetings of the Council shall be open to the public. SECTION 503. QUORUM. A majority of the Council members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. SECTION 504. RULES OF PROCEDURE. The Council shall determine its own rules of procedures. SECTION 505. VOTING. The ayes and noes shall be taken upon the passage of all ordinances and resolutions and entered upon the journal of the proceedings of the Council. Upon the request of any member, the ayes and noes shall be taken and recorded on any vote. All members, when present, must vote. Failure or refusal to vote shall be construed as an affirmative vote. SECTION 506. MAJORITY RULE. No ordinance, resolution or motion shall be passed or become effective without receiving the affirmative vote of at least three members of the Council. SECTION 507. ADMINISTERING OATHS: SUBPOENAS. Each member of the Council shall have the power to administer oaths and affirmations in any investigation or proceeding pending before the Council. The Council shall have the power and authority to compel the attendance of wit- nesses, to examine them under oath and compel the production of evidence before it. Subpoenas may be issued in the name of the City and be attested by the City Clerk. Disobedience of such subpoena or the refusal to testify (upon other than constitutional grounds), shall be deemed contempt and shall be punishable as provided by the general laws of this State. SECTION 508. LIMITATIONS. No member of the Council shall be appointed to or serve as a voting member of any City Board, Committee, Commission, or Authority, whether composed of citizen volunteers, City employees, or a combination of both. This is not to be construed as prohibiting members of the Council from serving on Committees or Subcommittees of the Council itself, or of agencies representing other levels of government. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER ARTICLE VI. LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS. PAGE 7 SECTION 601. METHOD OF ACTION BY COUNCIL. All action by the Council shall be taken only by means of ordinance, resolution, or oral motion duly made and passed. Ordinances shall become a part of the Municipal Code and so remain until amended or voided. All municipal laws relating to taxation or to possible criminal action against an offender shall be in the form of ordinances. Resolutions shall be serially numbered and filed sequentially in the office of the City Clerk. Oral motions shall be recorded only in the minutes of any regular or special meeting of the Council. SECTION 602. REQUIREMENTS OF ORDINANCES. With the sole exception of ordinances which take effect upon adoption referred to in this article, no ordinance shall be passed by the Council on the day of its introduction nor within five (5) days thereafter, nor until its publication at least once in full in a newspaper of the City of San Luis Obispo at least three (3) days before its adoption; and in case of amendment being made thereto before the final adoption of the ordinance, the amended portion or portions of said ordinance must in like manner be republished at least one day before its adoption as amended, provided that no less than a full section shall be published. The correction of typographical or clerical errors shall not constitute an amend- ment within the meaning of the foregoing sentence. SECTION 603. ENACTMENT. The enacting clause of every ordinance passed by the Council shall be: "Be it ordained by the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo." The enacting clause of every ordinance initiated by the people shall be: "Be it ordained by the People of the City of San Luis Obispo." SECTION 604. EFFECTIVENESS. Except as otherwise provided in this Charter, every ordinance and every measure passed by the Council shall go into effect at the expiration of thirty (30) days after its final passage, unless otherwise provided in said ordinance or measure; provided, however, that no such ordinance or measure shall go into effect in less than thirty (30) days from its final passage. But ordinances declared by the Council to be necessary as emergency measures as hereinafter provided, ordinances ordering or otherwise relating to elections, ordinances relating to public improvements, the cost of which is to be borne wholly or in part by special assessments, and taxing ordinances, may go into effect at the will of the Council. SECTION 605. EMERGENCY LEGISLATION. Any ordinance declared by the Council to be necessary as an emergency measure, for preserving the public peace, health or safety, and containing a statement of the reasons for its urgency, may be introduced and adopted at once at the same meeting if passed by at least four affirmative votes. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 8 SECTION 606. AMENDING ORDINANCES. No ordinance shall be amended by reference to its title, but the sections thereof to be amended shall be re-enacted at length as amended; and any amend- ments passed contrary to the provisions of this section shall be void. SECTION 607. REPEAL. No ordinance nor section thereof shall be repealed except by an ordinance adopted in the manner provided in this Charter. This is not to prohibit the voiding or expiration of any ordinance when such voiding or expiration is provided for in the ordinance itself. SECTION 608. CODIFICATION OF ORDINANCES. Any or all ordinances of the City which have been enacted and published in the manner required at the time of their adoption, and which have not been repealed, may be compiled and codified in accordance with the provisions of the laws of the State of California as the same now exist or may hereafter be amended. Detailed regulations pertaining to the construction of buildings, plumbing and wiring, fire prevention and similar matters, when arranged as a comprehensive code, may likewise be adopted by reference in the manner provided by State law. SECTION 609. VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. The violation of any ordinance adopted and published by the City Council shall constitute a misdemeanor unless by ordinance it is made an infraction. Both misdemeanors and infractions may be prosecuted or may be'redressed in the manner provided by the general law of the State. ARTICLE VII. APPOINTIVE OFFICIALS SECTION 701. GENERAL DESCRIPTION. The officials of the City of San Luis Obispo shall consist of a City Administrative Officer, a City Treasurer, a City Clerk, a City Attorney, and such assistants or deputies as the Council may deem necessary. Such officials shall be appointed by and may be removed only by the affirmative votes of a majority of the members of the Council. All other officials and department heads of the City shall be appointed by and may be removed by the City Administra- tive Officer. SECTION 702. DUTIES OF OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administra- tive Officer, the Council shall provide in a manner not inconsistent with this Charter, for the powers and duties of all officials and employees of the City. SECTION 703. CITY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER. The City Administrative Officer shall be the administrative head of the government of the City. As such, the City Administrative Officer shall be responsible to the Council for the efficient implementation of its policy and effective administration of all the affairs of the City government which the office controls. Any action, determination or omission of the Administrative Officer or staff shall be subject to review by the Council but no individual Council member or the Mayor shall overrule, change or modify any such action, determination or omission except by affirmative vote of at least three members of said Council at a duly constituted session. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER The Administrative Officer shall Council concerning any conditions or direction or policy determination. The Administrative Officer will individuals, are permitted timely and information. PAGE 9 advise and make recommendations to the governmental situations which need Council insure that the Council, as a whole or as complete freedom of access to requested SECTION 704. QUALIFICATIONS. The City Administrative Officer shall be chosen on the basis of administra- tive qualifications; need not be a resident of the City or the State at the time of appointment, but during tenure in office shall reside within the City. SECTION 705. ELIGIBILITY OF COUNCIL MEMBERS. No member of the City Council shall, during the term for which elected or appointed, or for one year thereafter, be eligible to hold the position of City Administrative Officer. SECTION 706. COMBINING OF OFFICES. Where the positions are not incompatible, the Council may combine in one person the powers and duties of two or more offices created or provided for in the Charter. SECTION 707. NEPOTISM. The Council shall not appoint to a salaried position under the City govern- ment, any person who is a relative by blood or marriage within the third degree of any one or more members of such -Council, and neither shall any department head or other officer having appointive power appoint any relative of the Council or themselves within such degree to any such position. Nothing herein shall prevent the City Administrative Officer from supplementing the provisions of this section. SECTION 708. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT. All persons seeking employment with the City and all City employees shall be treated equally and without discrimination prohibited by Federal, State or local laws. SECTION 709. EMPLOYMENT POLICY. The City Council shall adopt a Personnel Policy Ordinance, prescribing hiring, discharge and performance standards for Council appointees, department heads, and other appointive officials. No official appointed by the City Council shall be terminated within the three (3) months following a municipal election. No official subject to appointment by the City Administrative Officer shall be terminated within the three (3) months immediately following the appointment of a new City Administrative Officer. Any notice of termination, transfer, or demotion shall state the effective date of the action and a copy shall be filed with the Personnel Department. SECTION 710. OATH OF OFFICE. Every official of the City, before entering upon the duties of the office, shall take the oath of office as provided for in the Constitution of this State, and shall file the same with the City Clerk. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 10 SECTION 711. COMPENSATION OF OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. The compensation of all City officials and employees, except as otherwise provided in this Charter, shall be by salary to be fixed by ordinance or resolution. No official or employee shall be allowed any fees, perquisites, emoluments, re- wards or compensation for any work performed as an official or employee, aside from the salary or compensation as fixed by the Council, but all fees received in connection with official duties shall be paid into the City Treasury. SECTION 712. OFFICIAL BONDS. The Council shall, by ordinance or resolution, determine what officials and other persons in the service of the City shall give bond either of an individual type or be included in a master bond, for the faithful performance of their duties and/or honesty, and shall fix the amounts of such bond or bonds, and each of such officers and other persons shall before entering upon the duties of office or employment, execute a bond to the City in the penal sum provided by such ordinance or resolution, including in the same bond the duties of all offices of which the official or person is made, by this Charter or otherwise, ex officio incumbent. Such bonds must be examined by the City Attorney and approved by the City Council. All bonds when approved shall be filed with the City Clerk, except the City Clerk's bond, if any, which shall be filed with the City Administrative Officer. All the provisions of any law of this State relating to the official bonds of officials as then existing shall apply to such bonds, except as herein otherwise provided. In all cases where surety company bonds are approved by the Council, the premium therefore shall be paid by the City. ARTICLE VIII. FISCAL ADMINISTRATION SECTION 801. THE FISCAL YEAR. The fiscal year of the City shall commence upon the first day of July of each year, or at such other time as may be fixed by ordinance. SECTION 802. ANNUAL BUDGET. On such date in each year as shall be fixed by the Council, the City Administrative Officer shall send to the Council a careful estimate, in writing, of the amounts, specifying in detail the objects thereof required for the business and proper conduct of the various departments, offices, Boards and Commissions of the City, over which the office has control, during the next ensuing year. The City Administrative Officer shall also at said time submit to the Council an estimate of the amount of income from all sources of revenue, exclusive of taxes upon property, and the probable amount required to be levied and raised by tax- ation. SECTION 803. PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUDGET. After reviewing the proposed budget as submitted by the City Administrative Officer and making such revisions as it may deem advisable, the Council shall determine the time for holding of a public hearing, and shall cause a notice thereof to be published not less than ten (10) days prior to said hearing by at least one insertion in a newspaper in the City of San Luis Obispo. Copies of the proposed budget shall be available for inspection by the public at the office of the City Clerk at least ten (10) days prior to said hearing. At the time so advertised or at any time to which such public hearing shall from time to time be adjourned, the Council shall hold a public hearing on the proposed budget at which interested persons desiring to be heard shall be given such opportunity. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 11 SECTION 804. ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET. After the conclusion of the public hearing the Council shall further consider the proposed budget and make any revisions thereof that it may deem advisable and thereafter it shall adopt the budget with revisions, if any. Upon final adoption, the budget shall be in effect for the ensuing fiscal year. From the effective date of the budget, the several amounts stated therein as proposed expenditures shall be and become appropriated to the various departments or activities therein described. All appropriations shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year to the extent that they shall not have been expended or lawfully encumbered. At any meeting after the adoption of the budget, the Council may amend or supplement the budget by motion adopted by a majority vote of the Council. SECTION 805. GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES. Sufficient funds may be budgeted by the Council for grants, subsidies, con- tributions, subventions and the like to economic, promotional, environmental, cultural, or other agencies whose operations are unrelated to those of the City but who contribute largely to the quality of life of the City. Such funds shall be allotted only after a public hearing on consideration of an application by the requesting group or agency. Such application shall include complete justification of the need for the requested aid. SECTION 806. INCOME FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES. All income derived from the operation and management of any public utility by the City shall be devoted exclusively to the payment of the expenses of operat- ing, maintaining, improving, or bettering such public utility, and to the payment of any debts and interest thereon which may have been incurred for the acquiring, improving, operating, or maintaining of such utility. SECTION 807. TAX LIMITATION. (A) General. The Council shall not levy a property tax for municipal pur- poses for any fiscal year, greater than eighty-five cents (85¢) on each one hundred dollars of assessed value of taxable property in the City, except as otherwise provided in this section, unless authorized by the affirmative votes of the majority of the electorate voting on a proposition to increase such levy at any election at which the question of such additional levy for municipal purposes is submitted to the electors. The number of years that such additional levy is to be made shall be specified in such proposition. (B) Additional Taxes. There shall be levied and collected at the time and in the same manner as other property taxes for municipal purposes are levied and collected, as additional taxes, if no other provisions for the payment thereof is made: 1. A tax sufficient to meet all obligations of the City for principal and interest of all bonds or judgments due and unpaid or to become due during the ensuing fiscal year which constitute the general obligations of the City; 2. A tax sufficient to meet all obligations of the City to the Public Employees' Retirement System for retirement of the City Employees, if any, due and unpaid or to become due during the ensuing fiscal year. (C) Special Levies. Special_ levies in addition to the above may be made annually in amounts not to exceed the limits hereinafter enumerated in this section, respectively, on each 5100 of the assessed value of the taxable property in the City. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 12 I. For public improvements and betterments: Thirty cents (30¢) 2. For library purposes: Twenty cents (20�) 3. For park and recreation purposes: Twenty cents (20¢) The proceeds from any special levies shall belong to and be paid into restricted funds set aside for their respective purposes and shall be expended only for such purposes. SECTION 808. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. Monies shall be drawn from the City Treasury only in the manner prescribed by ordinance of the Council. SECTION 309. CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY. (A) No suit shall be brought on any claim for money or damages against the City or any Board, or official thereof, until a demand for the same has been presented as herein provided and rejected in whole or in part. If rejected in part, suit may be brought to recover the whole. All claims for damages against the City must be presented to the City Clerk within the time limits prescribed by the laws of the State of California after the occurrence, event, or transaction from which the damages allegedly arose, and shall set forth in detail the name and address of the claimant, the time, date, place, and circumstances of the occur- rence and the extent of the injuries or damages received. (B) The provisions of the foregoing subsection (A) shall not prohibit pay- ment on invoice, claims for goods, wares, materials, and/or services supplied to the City, and the provisions for payment on account of said items shall be set out by an ordinance adopted by the Council. SECTION 810. INDEPENDENT AUDITS. The Council shall employ, at the beginning of each fiscal year, an indepen- dent certified public accountant who, at such time or times as may be specified by the Council, at least annually, shall examine the books, records, inventories, and reports of all officials, employees, departments, and agencies who receive, handle, or disburse public funds. As soon as practicable after the end of the fiscal year, a final audit and report shall be submitted by such accountant to the Council, one copy thereof to be distributed to each member, one each to the City Clerk, the City Treasurer, the City Administrative Officer, and City Attorney respectively, and three additional copies to be placed on file in the office of the City Clerk where they shall be available for inspection by the general public for the period required by the laws of the State of California. Restricted and special assessment district funds shall be segregated in the audit report. ARTICLE IX. PUBLIC WORKS AND CONTRACTS SECTION 901. PUBLIC WORKS TO BE DONE BY CONTRACT. (A) Except as provided in subsection (D) of this section, every project involving an expenditure of City monies of more than the amount specified in Section 37902 of the Government Code of the State of California, as the same now exists or may hereafter be amended for the construction or improvement of public buildings, works, drains, -sewers, utilities, parks, playgrounds, and streets (exclusive of projects for resurfacing, maintenance, and repair of streets) shall be let by contract to the lowest responsible bidder after notice by publication in the official newspaper by one or more insertions, the first of which shall be at least ten (10) calendar days before the time for opening bids. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PACE 13 (B) All bids shall be accompanied by either a certified or cashier's check, or a bidder's bond executed by a corporate surety authorized to engage in such business in California, made payable to the City. Such security shall be in an amount not less than that specified in the notice inviting bids or in the specifi- cations referred to therein, or if no amount be so specified then in an amount not less than ten percent (30%) of the aggregate amount of the bid. If the successful bidder neglects or refuses to enter into the contract, within the time specified in the notice inviting bids or specifications referred to therein, the amount of the bidder's security shall be declared forfeited to the City and shall be collected and paid into its general fund and all bonds so forfeited shall be prosecuted and the amount thereof collected and paid into such fund. The Council may reject any and all bids presented and may readvertise in its discretion. (C) The Council, after rejecting bids or if no bids are received, may de- clare and determine that, in its opinion, based on estimates approved by the City Administrative Officer the work in question may be performed better or more economically by the City with its own employees and after the adoption of a resolu- tion to this effect by at least four (4) affirmative votes of the Council pursuant to Section 37905 of the Government Code may proceed to have said work done in the manner stated, without further observance of the provisions of this section. Such contracts likewise may be let without advertising for bids, if such work shall be deemed by the City Council to be of urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health or property and shall be authorized by resolution passed by at least four (4) affirmative votes of the Council and containing a declaration of the facts constituting such urgency. - (D) Nothing in this section shall be construed to apply to any project in- volving the expenditure of City monies by the City for public works in cooperation with a developer or subdivider for oversize facilities or such cooperative exten- sion or replacement of mains and appurtenances. For those projects the City shall have the authority to make funds available to the cooperating developer or sub- divider on a fixed formula basis established at least annually by Council resolution. SECTION 902. COLLUSION. (A) Any officer or employee of the City, or of any department thereof, who shall willfully aid or assist a bidder in securing a contract to furnish labor, materials or supplies at a higher price than that proposed by any other bidder, or who shall favor one bidder over another, or who shall willfully mislead any bidder in regard to the character of the materials or supplies called for, or who shall knowingly accept materials or supplies of a quality inferior to those called for by the contract or who shall knowingly certify to a greater amount of labor performed than has been actually performed, or to the receipt of a greater amount or different kind of materials or supplies than has been actually received, any of the above which is to the detriment of the City, shall be deemed guilty of malfeasance and shall be removed from office. (B) If at any time it shall be found that the person to whom a contract has been awarded has, in presenting any bid or bids, colluded with any other party or parties for the purpose of preventing any other bids being made, then the contract so awarded shall be null and void, and the Council shall advertise for a new con- tract for said work, or provide for such public work to be done by the City. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 14 (C) If at any time it shall be found that the person to whom a contract has been awarded has colluded with any other party or parties, including a City officer or employee, during the administration of the contract, then the contract so award- ed shall be null and void and any funds paid pursuant to it shall be returned to the City. Any City officer or employee guilty of such collusion to the detriment of the City may be prosecuted pursuant to State law or charged with a misdemeanor for violation of this Charter. SECTION 903. PURCHASES OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT. The City Council by ordinance or resolution shall adopt policies and procedures, including appropriate bidding regulations, governing purchases of supplies and equipment. Purchases of supplies and equipment shall be made only in accordance with the adopted policies and in accordance with all provisions of law governing the same. The City Council also shall by ordinance or resolution adopt policies and pro- cedures for the contracting for personal services. Such personal services shall be contracted for only in accordance with the adopted procedures and in accordance with all provisions of law governing the same. SECTION 904. ABRIDGEMENT OF CONTRACT. Inasmuch as a contract is a legal document attesting to the terms of an agree- ment providing for an exchange of services for a mutually -agreed-upon compensation in return, each separate deletion, modification, or addition shall be completed in writing, signed by authorized representatives of the contractor and the City, and filed with the City Clerk within thirty (30) calendar days. Any willful abridgement of any provision of a contract, without a written memorandum as required above, shall be considered a breach of contract and a misdemeanor. SECTION 905. PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Any contract may provide for progressive payments if the ordinance or resolu- tion authorizing such work includes such a provision. No progressive payments may be provided for or made at any time which with prior payments, if there have been such, shall exceed in amount at any time ninety percent (90%) of the value of the labor done and the materials used up to that time, and no contract shall provide for or authorize or permit the payment of more than ninety percent (90%) of the contract price before the completion and acceptance of the work. SECTION 906. SALE OR LEASE OF CITY PROPERTY. The following regulations shall be applicable to City -owned property: No sale or lease of real property nor any sale of personal property of a value in excess of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) nor any lease or personal property for a period exceeding three (3) years shall be authorized by the Council except by resolution passed by the affirmative vote of three-fifths (3/5) of all the members of the Council. SECTION 907. EXEMPTIONS. Nothing in this article shall be construed to apply to the acquisition or purchase of natural gas, telephone service, electricity, electric power or electric energy by the City for any use or purpose. l SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER ARTICLE X. LICENSES AND FRANCHISES. PAGE 15 SECTION 1001. GRANTING OF FRANCHISES. The City Council is empowered to grant by ordinance a franchise to any person, firm or corporation, whether operating under an existing franchise or not, to furnish the City and its inhabitants with transportation, communication, terminal facilities, water,light, heat, power, refrigeration, storage, or any other public utility of public service, and to use the public streets, ways, alleys, and other places, as the same now or may hereafter exist, for the con- struction and operation of plants, works, or equipment necessary or convenient for traversing any portion of the City for the transmitting or conveying of any service elsewhere. The City Council may prescribe the terms and conditions of any such grant. It may also provide, by procedural ordinance,the method of procedure and additional terms and conditions for making such grants, subject to the provisions of this Charter. SECTION 1002. RESOLUTION OF INTENTION, NOTICE, AND PUBLIC HEARING. Before granting any franchise, the City Council shall pass a resolution declaring its intention to grant the same, stating the name of the proposed grantee, the character of the franchise and the terms and conditions upon which it is proposed to be granted. Such resolution shall fix and set forth the day, hour and place when and where any persons having any interest therein or any objection to the granting thereof may appear before the City -Council and be heard thereon. It shall direct the City Clerk to publish said resolution at least once within fifteen (15) days of the passage thereof in a newspaper in the City of San Luis Obispo. The time fixed for such hearing shall not be less than twenty (20) nor more than sixty (60) days after the passage of said resolution. At the time set for the hearing, the City Council shall proceed to hear and pass upon all protests, and its decision thereon shall be final and conclusive. There- after, it may grant or deny the franchise, subject to the right of referendum of the people. SECTION 1003. TERM OF FRANCHISE. Every franchise shall state the term for which it is granted, which, unless it be indeterminate as provided for herein, shall not exceed thirty-five (35) years. No franchise may be renewed until three (3) years before its term expires. A franchise grant may be indeterminate, that is to say, it may provide that it shall endure in full force and effect until the same, with the consent of the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, shall be voluntarily surrendered or abandoned by its possessor, or until the State of California, or some municipal or public corporation, thereunto duly authorized by law, shall purchase by voluntary agreement or shall condemn and take, under the power of eminent domain, all property actually used and useful in the exercise of such franchise and situated within the territorial limits of the State, municipal or public corporation purchasing or condemning such property, or until the franchise shall be forfeited for non-compliance with its terms by the possessor thereof. SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 16 SECTION 1004. GRANT TO BE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER FRANCHISES. Any franchise granted by the City with respect to any given utility service shall be in lieu of all other franchises, rights, or privileges owned by the grantee, or by any successor of the grantee to any rights under such franchise, for the rendering of such utility service within the limits of the City as they now or may hereafter exist, except any franchise derived under Section 19 of Article XI of the Constitution of California as said section existed prior to the amendment thereof adopted October 10, 1911. The acceptance of any franchise here- under shall operate as an abandonment of all such franchises, rights, and privileges within the limits of the City as such limits shall at any time exist, in lieu of which such franchise shall be granted. Any franchise granted hereunder shall not become effective until written acceptance thereof shall have been filed by the grantee thereof with the City Clerk. Such acceptance shall be filed within ten (10) days after the adoption of the ordinance granting the franchise and when so filed, such acceptance shall constitute a continuing agreement of such grantee that if and when the City shall thereafter annex, or consolidate with, additional territory, any and all franchises, rights, and privileges owned by the grantee therein, except a franchise derived under said constitutional provision, shall likewise be deemed to be abandoned within the limits of such territory. SECTION 1005. EMINENT DOMAIN. No franchise grant shall in any way or to any extent impair or affect the right of the City to acquire the property of the grantee thereof either by pur- chase or through the exercise of the right of eminent domain, -and nothing herein contained shall be construed to contract away or to modify or to abridge either for a term or in perpetuity the City's right of eminent domain with respect to any public utility. Every franchise grant shall reserve to the City the right to purchase the property of such utility either at an agreed price or a price to be determined in a manner to be prescribed in the grant, or in the procedural ordinance hereinabove mentioned. In fixing the price to be paid by the City for any utility, no allowance shall be made for franchise value (other than the actual amount paid to the City at the time of the franchise acquisition), good will, going .concern, earning power, increased cost of reproduction, severance damage, or increased value of right of way. SECTION 1006. DUTIES OF GRANTEE. By its acceptance of any franchise hereunder, the grantee shall covenant and agree to perform and be bound by each and all of the terms and conditions imposed in the grant or by procedural ordinance, and shall further agree to: (A) Comply with all lawful ordinances, rules, and regulations theretofore or thereafter adopted by the City Council in the exercise of its police power, governing the construction, maintenance, and operation of its plants, works, or equipment; (B) Pay to the City on demand the cost of all repairs to public property made necessary by any of the operations of the grantee under such franchise; (C) Pay to the owner on demand the cost of all repairs to private property made necessary by any of the operations of the grantee under such franchise; (D) Indemnify and hold harmless the City and its officials from any and all liability for damages proximately resulting from any operations under such franchise,• r i SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER PAGE 17 (E) Remove and relocate without expense to the City any facilities installed, used and maintained under the franchise if and when made necessary by any lawful change of grade, alignment, or width of any public street, way, alley, or place, including the construction of any subway or viaduct; and (F) Pay to the City during the life of the franchise, a percentage, to be specified in the grant, of the gross annual receipts of the grantee within the limits of the City, or such other compensation as the City Council may prescribe in the grant. The City Administrative Officer shall be responsible for the enforcement of all provisions of the grant. SECTION 1007. VIOLATIONS. The exercise by any person, firm or corporation of any privilege for which a franchise is required, without procuring such franchise, shall be a misdemeanor, and each day that such condition continues to exist shall constitute a separate violation. ARTICLE XI. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION. SECTION 1101. RULES AND REGULATIONS. After obtaining and considering the recommendations of the City Administrative Officer, the Council shall provide by ordinance or resolution, not inconsistent with this Charter, for personnel rules and regulations governing all City employees. SECTION 1102. PERSONNEL BOARD. The Council may establish a Personnel Board consisting of five (5) members whose duties shall be advisory only. SECTION 1103. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES. The political activities of all City employees shall conform to pertinent provisions of the Federal and State laws. SECTION 1104. EMPLOYEE CANDIDACY FOR PUBLIC OFFICE. Nothing in Section 1103 shall be construed to prevent any full-time employee from seeking election or appointment to public office. Upon becoming a candidate for elective office for the City of San Luis Obispo, any such person shall request and be granted a leave of absence, without pay, to remain in effect during the period of time such person is a candida�.e. SECTION 1105. RETIREMENT. The City Council shall be authorized to enter into a contract with the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System of California which shall include all employees of the City of San Luis Obispo. Should the contract at any time be broadened, the City Council may have the contract amended to pro- vide the improved coverage. The Council may terminate the contract or negotiate another contract with reduced employee coverage with th-e Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System only upon authority approved by a majority vote of the electorate. C SAN LUIS OBISPO CHARTER ARTICLE XII. BOARDS AND COMMISSIOINS. PAGE 18 SECTION 1201. AUTHORITY. The City Council shall have the authority to establish by ordinance citizen Committees, Commissions, Boards, and Authorities as required by the State of California or as the Council deems necessary to give it advice or assistance. Such authorizing ordinances shall clearly define goals, responsibilities, and jurisdiction of such a body. The Council shall have the authority to establish by resolution any temporary or "ad hoc" citizen Committees with limited lifespan and clearly defined objectives specified in such a resolution. SECTION 1202. ELIGIBILITY, APPOINTMENT, AND LENGTH OF TERMS. All registered voters within the City, except part or full-time officials and management employees of the City, shall be eligible for appointment, and shall be selected and appointed by any method deemed appropriate by the Council. No Committee member shall be appointed to a term exceeding four (4) years. Committee members may be reappointed to serve additional terms. SECTION 1203. VACANCIES. If a vacancy occurs in the body created by the Council, that vacancy may be filled by the Council for the unexpired term of such a position. A member of any such body may be removed by three (3) affirmative votes of the Council. SECTION 1204. BYLAWS AND PROCEDURES. Each body established by ordinance for approval its bylaws for procedure: officers, budget, etc. shall present in writing to the Council purpose, specific functions, meetings, SECTION 1205. ANNUAL REPORTS. By May 1 of each year, each established body shall report to the Council on its activities for the preceding year, as well as its proposed activities and requested budget for the forthcoming year. SECTION 1206. FUNCTIONAL REVIEW. Every five (5) years of a standing Committee's life, the activities of such a body shall be reviewed by a citizens' "ad hoc" Committee and recommendations presented to the Council for modification or continuation of function, or for termination. The Council, at its discretion, may refer this task to the Personnel Board. ALTERNATIVE MEASURES TO BE VOTED ON A SHALL THE PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE CITY OF YES SAN LUIS OBISPO BE ADOPTED? NO B SHALL THE PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE SECTION 402 YES OF THE CHARTER PROVIDING FOR NUMBERED COUNCIL SEATS BE ADOPTED? NO C SHALL THE PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE SECTION 404 YES OF THE CHARTER PROVIDING FOR A TERM OF FOUR (4) YEARS FOR THE OFFICE OF MAYOR BE ADOPTED? NO D SHALL THE PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE SECTION 405 LYES OF THE CHARTER LIMITING THE TERM OF ANY ELECTED OFFICIAL TO EIGHT (8) YEARS IN SUCCESSION BE NO ADOPTED? E SHALL THE PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE SECTION 410 YES OF THE CHARTER PROVIDING FOR A METHOD OF DETERMINING COMPENSATION FOR MEMBERS OF THE NO i COUNCIL BE ADOPTED? F SHALL THE PROPOSED ALTERNATIVE SECTION 1102 YES OF THE CHARTER MAKING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF -- '-- A PERSONNEL BOARD MANDATORY BE ADOPTED? NO I, J.H. I-ITZPATRICK, the duly appointed, qualified and acting City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, do herebv certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of RESOLUTION NO. 3504 (1978 Series), passed and adopted on the 21st day of February R`, 1978, by the City Council of the City of San Luis Obispo. 11;IT;NESS j hand and the seal of the City of San Luis Obispo this 27th day of June 1978 ! f . FITZPATRICK CITY CLERK C E R T I F I C A T E I, J.H. Fitzpatrick, the duly qualified and acting City Clerk of the City of San Luis Obispo, hereby certify that the attached is a true and correct copy of the Certificate of the County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo, of the Statement of the Vote for Ballot Measure G, on the ballot of the Consolidated Direct Primary Election held in the City of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday, June 6, 1978. MEASURE "G" Shall Section 727 requiring voter approval of annexations to the City be added to the City Charter? Yes 6855 No 4262 Witness my hand and seal of the City of San Luis Obispo this 27th day of June, 1978. SEAL 1itzpatrick, City Clerk CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY CLERK RESULTS OF CANVASS OF ALL VOTES CAST AT CONSOLIDATED DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 6, 1978 SAN LUIS OBISPO CITY MEASURES A, B, C, D, E, F & G OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK ) COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ) ss. STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) I, MISBETH WOLLAM, County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo, do hereby certify that pursuant to law, I did canvass the returns of the vote cast in the election held June 6, 1978, in the County of San Luis Obispo, and that the xerox copy of the Statement of Votes Cast (the original of which is in the office of the County Clerk), to which this certificate is attached, shows the number of votes cast in said county for and against said measures, and that the totals shown for against said measures in said county, and in each of the respective precincts therein, are full, true and correct: MEASURE A: "Shall the proposed Charter of the City -of San Luis Obispo be adopted?" MEASURE B: "Shall the proposed alternative Section 402 of the Charter providing for numbered council seats be adopted?" MEASURE C: "Shall the proposed alternative Section 404 of the --"'~-- -F^Y- n term of four (4) years for I Jl1Nt 0. 111TH LUN�.UL1UA1 LU 0114!111 PRIMARY LLICTION - SLII COUNTY Mt ASUR1 A TrIAU 1. PAGE NUNbEk 0L6.JC0OL HV E 0 T U M E M ' M G T R A A f I A I E N s S S S 0 U U ' U E C T E E A U C 0 T V TT i , E I I } Y N Y N Y I E 0 J U 5 S 1 CON PRECINCT 45 1186 321 46.7 171 83 ^1181 131 115 155 CON PRECINCT 40 735 383 52.1 225 66 1t, 138 1471 ld3 CON PHECINCT 47. 685 326 47.8 184 7' 1221 123 1 140 131 CON PRECINCT 4d 491 25b 52.L 140 5o 82 106 67 126 CON PRECINCT 49 568 343 6,j ..3 197 7 b 116 1 A 5 136 150 CON Pk ECINCT SU 707 394 56.4 246 136 171 149 172 lb3 1 CON PRECINCT 51 731 402 54.9 138 loz 140 194 163 10 CON PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.0 200 75 1191 L51 199 151 , I CON PRECINCT 53 765 439 57.3 305 6 Luo 17d 219 Id/ CON PRECINCT 54 856 559 05.3 385 100 254 212 274 142 CON PRECINCT 55 72U 4b6 64.0 260 12` 171 216 17S 242 I CON PRECINCT 56 Sou 572 59.5 360 145 233 260 247 275 CON PRECINCT 57 715 413 59.1 23b 103 145 181 169 193 CON PRELINCT .5tl 672 514 .8.9 315 12 Q 2.1101 121 118 246 A6SENTE9 CON45-5d 4 L 8 233 L24 13f 2115 171 215 i ' +•* AdSCNTEE TOTALS 41b 233 129 13C 205 171 215 3kO SUPERVISCRIAL 9950, 6137 6L.b 3716 1451 2349 2601 2504 2661 CON PR ECINCT 97 869 4141 47.0 234 10° 14 Ld9 176 176 PkLCINCT 9d 5d6 2361111 40.1 14 6 101 89 LU5 LUL ,CON CUN PA.CTNLT 9•I 49 26052.4 116' 4 10 102 104 119 �C,l. Pk EC IN CT 101 573 296 52. C IGO 61 lU 103 1 11 3 117 C -JN PRECINCT 101 672 33111 49.1 20 bt 111 143 142 147 CON PRECINCT 102 622 i 366 62.' 251 9 1 14 L84. 169 1 J CON PF, rCINCT 103 729 4571 62.c, 29 9 174 20 223 194 LON PRECINCT IUs 90L 4131 45.d 261 64 l5 u 16 !b3 161 CON PKEC114CT LOS 6b] 346 50.51 21 7 131 14 149 154 CON PRECINCT lu6 999 3961 39. 22 t, 61 13` 143 151 1b4 CON PHECINCT 117 UO 4691 68.1 2 7cj 1Z 163 L96 195 217 CON Pk ECINCT 108 L04 3991 b6.. 253 9 1.57 L71 Iu! 173 CON PRECINCT 109 641 3181 49.u LB4 6 121 1 it 134 135 CON PRECINCT 110 LO 5C 732 69.7 49t 15 27h 348 306 357 CON PRECINCT 1.11 4l tj 32611 77.9 234 6 1:1C 157 143 161 ABSENTEE CON97-11.1 47u` 24 LcAl 137 252 183 252 ••• AbSENTEE TOTALS 0010 478 244 16 137 252 ld3 25 5TH SUPENVISOkIAL 100151 6256 5d.8 jtjoj 139 23111{ 2702 2671 181 +•.• TOTALS +••+ 20575 12J95l 60.1 7541 2b4 46b4 5303 { V 525! 5677 tiICAP JUNE 6, 197d CONSOLIDATCO UIu1=CT PRIMARY F.LLCTIUN - SIJI C,UNTY MLA;UNL A Turw C PAGE NUMJEk 016.00000 R V T M M M G T C k w a A I E N 5 s s s 0 U u u T U P n E C T E E E R A A b C D T V T c` 5 Y N Y N Y N j U U C i S 3 S 116TH CUNGFESSIONAL 205 7b L2341460.7 7581 2d4i 461, 5303 516 5c77 lyTH CCPPGRESSIONAL I LITH SENATOKIAL 20575 L239$ 60. 7�,d1 2b4 41,62 530 525'J 5071 19TH ASSEM9LY 2057 12345 60.21 7581 284 4ob 5303 525 :011 IST SUPERVISCRIAL ZNU SUPERVISORIAL 3RU SU YE kV IS CR IAL 495.0 6137 61. 371 14i 234- 2001 2564 2661 4Th SUPEkV1$CAiii. P {5Th SUPtRVISJRIAL 1061' 625tl 5d.0 366 139 23%1 270' 2677 181, { CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ECITV 0r GR CV ER CITY 4ClTY OF MGRR0 tlAY CITY OF PASO R06LES 4CITY OF SAN LUIS ObI SPO 20575 12395 60.1 75 U1 !84d 460 53UJ 5251 5077 III CITY OF PISMO BEACH UNINCORPGRATFO AkEA COUNTY TOTAL C I 2057 �I k i 1 I I 1231i5 I 00.2 75 61 2e4 - 406" 5301 5257 5677 4 JUNE 6, 1970 CON SIX IUATED DIRICT PkIMANY FLECTION - SLO COUNTY MEASURE 0 TIInU f PAGE NUMBER 0L7.00001 R V OT T M M M E i G R A A 5 y U U U U T U R N N E C T E E E i E 5 D E F U T V 0 T E R 5 E U E E 0 G S S _ S b CON PRECINCT 45 686 321 46.7 173 93 69 151 124 1US CON PRECINCT 46 735 383 52.1 223 9 c Wi Id2 15d Lju CON PRECINCT 47 6115 328 47.8 171 91 94 15U L31 lob II` CON PRECINCT 4d 491 256 52.1 126 dk BO 110 !l5 13 CON PRECINCT 49 5o d, 343 60.3 177 10 102 153 150 vv CUN PRECINCT 5U 7071 399 56.4 232 ll Ila 205 169 Lav C(IN PRECINCT 5L 73l 402 54.9 e 3ti 10 4 12U 200 162 152 CUN PRECINCT 52 451 314 69.6 L79 10 98 It'd 146 119 CON PRECINCT 53 T65 439 57.3 257 131 127 213 206 14.) C.1N PRECINCT 54 d56 559 65.3 339 16 201 174 264 191 CON PRLCINCT 55 728 466 b4.0 270 14E 146 243 ldb 1104 CON PRECINCT 56 96,) 572 59.5 359 10m 19ti 30� 257 22J CON PKECINCT 51 715 423. 59.1 252 LU" 150 186 157 165 CON PRECINCT 511 u72 514 58.9 290 L5C 155 263 224 19,) AbSL"TEE CON45-58 418 260 111 1 3t, 217 161 16[ ��• ABSENTEE TOTALS *+• I 41B 26d 111 136 217 ' 161 Ib2 JRO SUPERVIECRIAL 9950 6137 61.6 3552 177 1921 302,) 2615 2216 CUN PRECINCT 97 86Y A. 47.6 225 !Lc 136 101 154 L56 CON PRECINCT 98 5b6 236 40.2 I iO 7t 71 111 100 91 CON PRECINCT 99 49a 260 52.4 131 b' b 192 Lod b8 CUN PRECINCT 100 5 Ij 290 b4.0 151 b I d 124 114 b4 CJN PkECINCT IJI 672 33U 49.1 161 9 1 1 L5 148 143 112 CON PRECINCT 102 021 386 62.0 20 11 LJJ Ili LU8 177 141 CON Pk EC IN CT 103 7 2t 457 4z.a 254 14 16i 24.5 19f. 16L CON PkECINCI 104 901 413 45.6 23' lU 142 169 175 L24 CON PRECINCT 105 o85 3tit 50.5 19,4 at 10 164 L47 ll CON PKECINCT 106 9v el 390 39.6 21 9 12' L51 174 i CON PRECINCT 107 7 8469 60.1 2 (,4 13 L4j L23 LYt Ltl CON PRECINCT 108 61! 399 66. U ll 14c 13C 196 179 lti' CON PRcCINCT 109 641 jld 49.6 11 8 du L62 124 L01 CwN PRECINCT L10 I L) !W 132' bv.7 38 26c 231 393 341 71 CON PkECINCT ILL 41b 3261'r 77.9 20 91 12' 16 164 114 ABSENTEE CON97-111 478k 26 16 15U 242 174 206 ••• ABSENTEE TOTALS -P*4 470 20 L62 15a 242 174 2Ub STH SUPERVISORIAL l0e,25 6250 58.8 3,,.53 L91S 200 2994 2676 2162 ••.• T 0 T A L S 1057 12395 oO.2 7005 369 3926 60 L4 5241 4398 kr'(AP JUNE 6. L97d CDNSOLIDATED DIRCCT PRIMARY LLFCTION — SLO COUNTY MEASURE U THRU F PAIit NUMBER OL7.O0000 R V T M M M E G U E E E G T µ A A A I E N S 5 5 s U U I U T i R I A A L L L k T `I 1 D E F 0 T V T j {. A s Y N Y N i I Y N E 0 E 0 i i 16TH CO14GRE.SSIONAL 2057' 12395 60.2 700 3691 3li26 6014 5291 439a ►vTH CONGRESSIONAL 17TH SENATORIAL 2057- 12395 60.2 7005 3691 3924 601fi +jjr 5291 4398 29TH ASSEMBLY 2057t 12395 60.2 7UO5 369 3926 6014 5291 4398 LST SUPERV[SURIAL 2ND SUPERVISGRIAL 3RD SUPERVISORIAL 9950 b137 61. 355 177 192 302 161 221 4TH SUPERVISGAIAL j 5TH SUPEKVISCRIAL 1062 6258 58. 345" 191 20U` 2994 2614 21d CITY OF ARROYO i;kANUE CITY OF CRCVER CITY CITY OF MUkRO BAY CITY OF PASO ROdLES CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO 20575 12395 60.2 7U05 369 31)?4 6014 5291 4398 CITY OF PISMO c3EACH UNINCORPORATEU AREA COUNTY TOTAL 20575 12395 60.2 7005 369 39Z6 6014 5291 439b i JIINE 6, 197b CONSOL10ATH) OIRFCT PRIMAKV FI.CCTION - SLU cnUNTV Ml'ASUNE v TIIRU I PAGE NUMUER OLb.OJ001 R V T M M M E n U E E E E N 5 A 5 5 0 U U T I E A U R t R L li E T U M 1 0 T V n T E R S Y N Y N Y N E J E U E, U S S SI CON PRtCIhCT .5 606 JZl 46.7 197 6 CON PRECINCT 40 135 3a! 52.11 209 11 CON PAsC INCT 47 665 3Z8 47.8 Lbz 9 CUN PRECINCT 4a 49L c54 52.I L47 6 CON olktCINCT 49 Tau 343 60.3 208 d CON PXECIN.CT 50 1071 3911 y6.4 2.W 12 CON PM EC In CT 51 731 402 54.9. 225 13 CON PR EG IN CT S24S1, 314 69.4 174 121 ca PRECINCT 54 165 43'1 5T.3 242 16 0014 PkEcINCr 54 US* 559 o}.3 332 191 CUN PRZC INCT 55 726 ,66 4y.0 Zb1 14 CON PREC VICT 56 960 572 59.5 310 221 CON PRtCINCT 51 115 423 59.1 226 14 514 CON PREcINCT 5a a72�4 56.9 253 19' CLIN PAECINCT G2 627 41S..] D 129 263 140 242 CON Pk EC MCT 63 5151 3J4 6s.o b5 225 99 204 CON PRECINCT 64 557 107 5Y.1 ai L85 91 173 CUN PReC[NET 64 436 Zai 64.4 74 195 b3 171 CON PRECINCT 41 742 414 yT.1 I 2A 257 139 2.33 CGh PREC haLT Gb 644 406 63.0 111 262 13Z 230 COM PRLCII:CT 6v' 51Z 29y 57.b 1 L93 bs 176 Cwh PREC IS CT TO bob 437 56.o L0 283 110 262 StfeLL 5SACH 2 1' 7 40.0 2 1 1 l Afl.ENT FE 1 CW: -5d 419' 264 lZ-- 44 $EhrcE 44$Ehrct CONo2-64 46 t 3u Y 27 AaSENTEE C00446-70 177 III L3h ff 20 136 ar+ AdS4NTEE TOTALS 641 264 LZ" 21 165 I 24 164 3RO SUPERVISORIAL L40k4 9289 42.7 All 203 OLI 2029 Sul! 1J55 6it4hCH 4 Lb 111 55.5 CJN Pit fCI7.CT 71 6az tira 73. 151 315 06 2n" CON PFECINCi 72 69' 501 fL.0 L3' 134 153 sJL Can Nei EL INCT 73 85 567 66.11 Lha 37s L6'i 346 CuN VAECIPaCT 74 So sial 79.4' l2 Zu 141 1. CON OkECiNcr 75 47L 409` D4. 4m 4 19L 107 L74 CON PFiC INcr 7o baht 431 64.411 LS 1:bu 151 253 CON PR EC III LT 71 E, 16 4.W oa.cJ b 321 99 2ti7 CON Pk EC 1h CT 74 I 4dc1 �1e 57.l1 5c 155 51 14V CON PRKINCT 7.1 970; %ot 7J. s1 10 24V LJ7 234 ! CUN Pf EC INCT uJ !, v s + 11, 66.41 17 406 2L3 355 CON PRECINCT dl i 44=' i+5 611.9' Ift 201 Izu L IC CON PP ECM(;T 42 764, ;1- 51.31 13" 222 14 Lf 205 0 CON Pit cL IhLT 63 i2aj 4n3i ` 52.si l5' 2tl5 1741 249 ICON PRECINCT d4 j 741 4981 6..411 144 319 165 206 CON PRECINCT 85 d5 5461 64.L4 li 37 142 446 CJh PR EC LN CT Cb o0'� 466. 511.11. 9 343 11u 31. JUNE 6, 1978• CONSOLIUATTD DIRECT PRIMAPY FLECTION - SLO CUUN TY HIASUNC G TIIPU I PAGE NUMccR OLB.00002 R V T M M M f ll, T RA A A N i T U t U C T E t f O i G H L { l I 1 T I� I 5 I I � f Y N Y N Y N ! I E U E U E U I CCN PRECINCT BT 122,W 793 64.7 149 585 L77 541 I CON PRECINCT tlb 552 311 56.3 9' I Hit 117 l5u CON PRECINCT b9 634 370 59.6 12' tub 13 5 192 ] FAIR OAKS 2 2 2 LU0.0 2 2 CSO FLACO 31 21 67.1 11 13 13 8 ! !� I ABSENTEE CON7L-79 247 b3 Lb4 7 9 152 ABSENTEE CONbO-81 LU 1 b n AbSENTLE CON82-113 117 L 6B 2 6U I AdSENTEE CUNd4—d9 150 2 121 31, 11 •+• ABSENTEE TOTALS 496 10 j6' 1331 3.16 4TH SUPERVISORIAL 134971 9L39 67.1 24bl 6034 I 2844 545J CON PRECINCT 97 869 414 47.6 21' 14 CON PRECINCT 98 586 236 40.1? 144 14 CON PRECINCT 99 496 260 52.4 13' 9 CON PRECINCT 100 573 298 52.0 162 6 CON PRECINCT LOL 672 330 49.1 L69 10' CON PRECINCT 102 622 3B6 62.0 1 7vo IB' CON PRECINCT 103 729 457 62.6 250 17 CON PRECINCT 104 901 415 45.11 229 11 C0N PRECINCT 105 f,85 10.6 5U.5 2U1 10 CON PRECINCT IUb 999 396 ay.6 20 10 CON PRECINCT 101 780 46Y 60. 1:1 ZU2 14 CJN PRECINCT IUd 604 J99 6c) .0 Zlo4 11 CON PRcCI!1CT 109 641 31d 49.6 161. V CJN PREC114CT 110 1050 732 69.7 331 d6l CON PRECINCT 111 4 181 326f 77.9 165 L4 Li AbSENTEE CON97—LLL 47n1 268 L6 ••* ABSENTEE TOTALS 00+ 4711 268 L6 5TH SUPERVISORIAL 10625 6258 58.B 3175 21.4 �••�• T 0 T A L S •••• 389111 24o66 63.4 61155 424i 3272 006! 3757 7305 f 1NLiAll JUNL 6, L97d CONSL)LIOATE0 DIRLCT PNIMAI+Y (LECTION — SLO COUNTY MLASUPF G THRU 1 PAGE NUMBER O1d.J0000 RV T H H M 1 E 0 U G L E ` G T R 4 A 1 N S S S S 0 U U U TU R F P 'e C T E E E R A D T G H I V 0 T E R S Y N Y N Y N E U E U E U 5 S S 16TH CONGRESSIONAL 20595 12405 60.[ 6855 4262 d 5 5 19TH CONGRESSICNAL 18343 12201 66.91 327C 0055 3752 730u 17TH SENATORIAL 3b936 24666 6344 6855 4262 s272 8063 3751 73 05 29TH ASSEHELY 38936 24606 63.4 61155 4262 3272 8063 3757 7305 LST SUPERVISORIAL 2ND SUPERVISORIAL 3R0 SUPERVISORILL ! 14814! °0289 62.7 3400 2031 811 2029 908 1b55 4TH SUPERVISOkIAL 113491'l 9139 67.71 2461 6034 2849 545J STH SUPERVISORIAL LJ625 6258 5d.b 3375 2231 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE 5 16! 4J26 72.9 1111 26bu 1275 2441 C1 TY OF GnOVER CITY 3400 2067 60.1 603 1274 670 11 W� CITY OF MORRO BAY j CITY OF PASO ROdLES C17Y OF SAN LUIS OBISPO 120575 12395 6062 6d 55 426 CITY CF PISHU BEACH 31§ 2042 65.0 50" 1323 567 12j4 UNINCORPORATED AREA 6305 4156 65.9 1055 2774 1237 249c CUUNTY TLITAL 38v3 ,46db I i I 63.4 l i Gbh 426 302 8061 3757 7305 i SIP"TE Or'_ COUINTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO I MIISSETH WOLLAM, County Clerk Of n, e above entitled County, ?,;,.d Ex -Officio C!erk of the Board of Supervisors 1: do Imzc�.-!:'y t!,,Zt !O;.Ig is a 1!11, UJ o 8A crom--c.- -,J '!,e on in my offi;ce, :,. 't 1 h?..vc i_;_.,;iliy t,�rfipwc,7 the�-4,ma With the [;_ 0-01 seal 01 S L7!" 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MURRAY A d � ,>, i aaa�: School Q O. 1•aa•i r•AS•i raa,+, r,j,r,a, Chief, Assessment Standards N ca a L 0 3 0 0 ni REARL D. CORNWELL O w C .•aA*•i U O > .2 d m cc U IrO J J C0 cc O W F_ O O O 1I 10 D-2 F01_j CARD B SIDE 2 TOP g OFFICIAL BALLOT NONPARTISAN SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY JUNE 6, 1978 This ballot stub shall be torn off by precinct board member and handed to the voter f�r'a�lNONPARTISAN OFFICES r�a���►FRED r .. ►,Judge of the Superior Court Vote for One r!!A a Y >` d y m W C W N X11'Incumbent % STAN ROSENFIELD a1 c V L N. TAIT /a m o v! L L >' E• IO +•�•���MISBETH WOLLAM 1,fa•! U rAr! t- � • +.• a 7 o /•a•!•i MariRICHARD L. MUDGETT y 0 0 r•r•�•i Owner 1X$it E E w E raA,1,A o o � E sii% i Educator «• d n r•a•!•i ►fa•ra DAVID EducationDepartment I Y L> _ O d aI E r,►►rf DAVID LYNELL WALKER 1,7,► a C �LL f� rffa,� Educator -Writer p ►aa•r+. 'A•rf�Educator �-ocL c `m c n= '- +•+*+� 1 raa♦ _N RILES > v �.aA•1 Superintendent 1 Public Instruction •a•s� ,� m O°- E - a > Y m :...., Teacher ra,a,- NORBERT J. MURRAY e�af ,>, i aaa�: School Y 1•aa•i r•AS•i raa,+, r,j,r,a, Chief, Assessment Standards r�+•ani County Superintendent L 0 3 0 0 ni REARL D. CORNWELL m o a n .•aA*•i U O CL. L V d a O LLJ LUW d r•r•�•i n > F— E H F— I— Eo cI°a aci Ombudsman -o Co o r,ra,r, ►aA,a,� 1 E o> `m N "- o 'rfa! •*a�A•w m 3 co o > w xis c •- m E c m o 'U N .' E t3 `-a O t0 O. O m m C- O > L G a) E O L 2 C D-2 F01_j CARD B SIDE 2 TOP g OFFICIAL BALLOT NONPARTISAN SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY JUNE 6, 1978 This ballot stub shall be torn off by precinct board member and handed to the voter f�r'a�lNONPARTISAN OFFICES r�a���►FRED r .. ►,Judge of the Superior Court Vote for One r!!A raafa+HARRY E. WOOLPERT risxii raja Judge of the SuperiorCourt X11'Incumbent % STAN ROSENFIELD /�•�*a!County Systems Accountant N. TAIT /•A•ai District Attorney r�a�A�• r!OX +•�•���MISBETH WOLLAM 1,fa•! rAr! t- � • rA•1•! raa,A�Public InstructionVote for One /•a•!•i MariRICHARD L. MUDGETT 'a►rA►'• ra,li CHRISTOPHER MONEY r•r•�•i Owner 1X$it raA,1,A r❖••• ALFRED (AL) PUCCINELLI r+A•a�i sii% i Educator r•a•!•i ►fa•ra DAVID EducationDepartment I r,►►rf DAVID LYNELL WALKER 1,7,► f� rffa,� Educator -Writer r,A,a•� tj%%a GEORGE ►aa•r+. 'A•rf�Educator •,�,ra� 1!•! AppointedIncumbent t•�ra•: 1•�b•iTIMOTHY E. STORTON +•+*+� 1 raa♦ _N RILES I1•aa+•i Law Enforcement Administrator �.aA•1 Superintendent 1 Public Instruction •a•s� �•n•�•. I 1 I MALLO :...., Teacher ra,a,- NORBERT J. MURRAY e�af Retired i aaa�: School 'XX.• -DAVID K. STEWART 1•aa•i r•AS•i raa,+, r,j,r,a, Chief, Assessment Standards r�+•ani County Superintendent r•�•�•i 1SchoolsVote forOne ni REARL D. CORNWELL raa i Appointed Treasurer, Tax Collector, Public Administrator .•aA*•i rrbi /•aa•►Educator/Counselor /b•X•: r•�•a•:s Paa raa•: rO•A•i •A•i 1 Pdrr ►•i r'a•�•: Elementary School Principal XXX r•r•�•i ra•►•iAssessor ote for • I i►,aai aaa l,i /l%% GEORGE 1 1 r•�•A•i saa.Appraiser-Consultant �'a•�•�••NEAL ROVER Ombudsman r,ra,r, ►aA,a,� 1 r►'aa«Appointed Incumbent Assessor 'rfa! •*a�A•w I HAVE VOTED -HAVE YOU? r+a!AuditorVote forOne '••••a• r�a���►FRED X11'Incumbent % STAN ROSENFIELD /�•�*a!County Systems Accountant r�•!.! /+aa CountyVote for One +•�•���MISBETH WOLLAM 1,fa•! /,+•a,a 'a•a•f! District Attorney Vote for On 'a►rA►'• ra,li CHRISTOPHER MONEY raA,1,A 'a•ai! r,�,�•�Recorder V1 - for1 r,►,a,! WILLIAM E. ZIMARIK County Recorder KXX! ra•a�*i raala`1 /,a,�•a /4.444: r,�,alf /a•!•�•• Sheriff-C11ner Vote for• r,A,a•� tj%%a GEORGE •,�,ra� 1!•! AppointedIncumbent t•�ra•: 1•�b•iTIMOTHY E. STORTON I1•aa+•i Law Enforcement Administrator r,+•+a! Public Administrator Vote for Nil ra,a,- NORBERT J. MURRAY Retired 'XX.• -DAVID K. STEWART raa,+, r,j,r,a, Chief, Assessment Standards FRANK L. FREITAS raa i Appointed Treasurer, Tax Collector, Public Administrator rrbi /b•X•: r•�•a•:s Paa raa•: rO•A•i 40209 VOTE BOTH SIDES B ao2io VOTE BOTH SIDES B 13-B-40 LADO1 J _A�_ PICO BALOTA OFICIAL NONPARTISAN TARJ ETA B 103 CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO 6 DE JUNIO DE 1978 Este taldn sera cortado por el miembro del conseio del precinto y entregado at elector 1 42 YO HE VOTADO - cY TU? S40209 VOTE EN LOS DOS LADOS B -- — - S13 -B-40 540210 VOTE EN LOS DOS LADOS B SI CARD C " SIDE 2 I& TOP C OFFICIAL BALLOT NONPARTISAN SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY JUNE 6, 1978 This ballot stub shall be torn off by precinct board member and handed to the voter MEASURES SUBMITTED TO VOTE OF VOTERS STATE STATE SCHOOL BUILDING AID FOR 1 BOND LAW. Provides three hundred fifty million dollars (&150,000,000) for public school construction or capital improvements. 11GAINSI CLEAN WATER AND WATER CON- FOR SERVATION BOND LAW. Provides 2 three hundred seventy-five million dollars (S375,000,000) for water pollution con- GAINSi fro] and water conservation. TAXATION EXEMPTION—ALTERNA-, TIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS—LEGISLA- TIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND- MENT. Legislature may exempt non-fossil YES 3 and non-nuclear fuel alternative energy sys- tems from taxation. Financial impact: Rev- NO enue loss to local gets; rnmcrrts during exemp- tion period; could result in increase in local government revenues thereafter. Minor local administrative costs. CITY CHARTERS -BOARDS OF ED- UCATION—LEGISLATIVE CONSTITU- TIONAL AMENDMENT. Requires sub- YES CIO 4 mission of specified city charter amendments to electors throughout school district Finan- NO cial impact: Minor increases in local election costs could result where voters live outside in in :E ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES—LEG- ISLATIVE GENCIES—LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL A- MENDMENT. Precludes administrative agency from declaring statute u neonsti tuti an- YES + 5 al or unenforceable, prior to appellate court determination. Financial impact: '"crease' NO + or decreases in government costs or revenue during period before constitutionality or en- forceability is determined by appellate court. SHERIFFS --LEGISLATIVE CONSTI- YES + TUTIONAL AMENDMENT, Requires 6 Legislature and county charters to provide for elected county sheriffs. Financial impact: NO + No direr state or local fiscal effect. POOLING ARRANGEMENTS—LEGIS- _ LATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND- YES + 1 MENT. Permits Legislature to duthoriu insurance pooling arrangements by localgov- NO + ernment agencies. Financial impact: None on state; effect on local governments un- predictable. OWNER OCCUPIED DWELLINGS— TAX RATE—LEGISLATIVE CONSTI- TUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Legislature 8 may provide for lower tax rate on owner o'_ YES + copied dwellings. Financial impact: Depends on legislative action. Could result in reduc-O + tion in local revenues. 40301 VOTE BOTH SIDES C I HAVE VOTED -HAVE YOU? INTEREST RATE - JUDGMENTS - LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Provides Legislature shall 9 set state court judgment interest rate at not to exceed 10%n. Financial impact: Depends YES on legislative action. Interest costs and rev- enues on judgments would increase if Legis- lature raised rate. TAXATION—REHABILITATED PROP- ERTY --LEGISLATIVE CONSTITU- TIONAL AMENDMENT. Permits Leg- islature to provide for live year taxation ex- YES toemption for qualifled rehabilitated residential property. Financial impact: Would cause NO minor increase in state costs. Net effect of exemption on local revenues cannot be predicted. TAXATION - COUNTY OWNED REAL PROPERTY - LEGISLATIVE CON- iSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 1 Ex- YES 1 Ex- empts from taxation county owned prop- erty incorporated into new county. Financial impact: None on state or local government. NO CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS, LEG- ISLATORS AND JUDGES COMPEN- SATION—LEGISLATIVE CONSTITU- TIONAL AMENDMENT. Provides forYES 12 Commission to set compensation of legisla— tors, constitutional officers, judges. Financial NO impact: Minor increase in state costs to sup- port commission and staff. Otherwise, impact on state ousts unpredictable. TAX LIMITATION - INITIATIVE CON- STITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Limits realty tax to 1%; increases to 2%. Imposes 213 voting requirement on new taxes. Fi- nancial impact: Commencing Willi liscnl -- beginning July I. 1978. would result in YES 13annual losses of local government property tax revenues (approximately � 7 billion in 1978-79 fiscal year), reduction in annualNO state costs (approximately $600 million in 1978-79 fiscal year), and restriction on fu- ture ability of local governments to finance cFtpital rnnstnfction by sale of general ob- ligation bonds. 40302 VOTE BOTH SIDES C 22-C-40 .�1 LADO 1 I& PICO BALOTA OFICIAL NONPARTISAN TARJ ETA C CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO 6 DE JUNIO DE 1978 Este laldn sera cortado por at miembro d'el conselo del precinto y entregado al elector. MEDIDAS SOMETIDAS AL VOTO DE COS ELECTORES ESTADO LEY DE BONDS PARA ASISTENCIA A A 1 + EDIFICIOS ESCOLARES DEL ESTADO. FAVOR Provee trescientos cincuenta millones de d6lares ($350,000,000) para construccion de escuelas EN + pbblicas o melorias capitales. (CONTRA LEY DE BONOS DE AGUA LIMPIA Y CON- SERVAC'ION DEL AGUA. Pratec Ires- 2 cleallos srtentu y cinco mlllones de dolares. 15375,000,0001 para control de Is cunlamina-, cion del signs y conservacion hidriulicn. A FAVOR + EN CONTR + EXENCION DE IMPUESTOS--SISTEMAS ALTERNATIVOS DE ENERGIA--ENMIEN- SI + DA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. Se enparita a In Legislaturs para exentar de 3 impaesias a sisteums alteroati+as do energin de cumbuslihles na f6511rs ni auclrarrs. Impaclo rconumlco: Pcrdlda de in resoS a gabicruos Incoles durance rl periodo de exenciun; desppnes podrin causar on aumenlo de inggrrzos guher- namen tales locales. Costos admialstralivos NO + nomics: Ninglime al gobierno cstafal o Iocel. NO locales menores. COMPENSACION DE FUNCIONARIOS CARTAS CONSTITUCIONALES MUNICI-' Y JUECES--ENMIENDA CONSTITU- PALES --JUNTAS DE EDUCACION--EN- MIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLA- SI + 'DIVA. Requiere In sumisi6n do erorder s 4 conslitucionales municipales especffkattas a los elt.Mtores de ludo cI drstrito escolar. (mpacto + de aria comisi4o quo Bjsrii In compensaCi6n NO + ecen6mico: Padrfan roWhar aumenms menares y }ucces, ]mpnelo econ6inico: Un uuments de castes de elecciones locales cuando los vo-' tantes vivan fuera de los confines de la cludad. manor on las ro5[OS Csletales para mantener a AGENCIAS ADMINISTRATIVAS--ENMI- ENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. la courld6n y el perianal. Por In demis no !mplde a una agencia admiulwallva declarer incosyniurional, o imposible de hacersC curn- plir tin estalutu, antes de una deterntioaciba por una Corte de apelaclones. Impario rcon6m- 5 SI + Oratalrs. ico: Aumcmos a reduccloars do costos ggubcrna- mentales o htgresos durante el periodu antes der clue In consliluciounlidnd ❑ posihilidad de haverse cumplir sen detvrmingda par la carter de apefacinnes. NO + ALCUACILES tSFdI:RIFF'S--ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. Re- SI + 6 quiere a las cartes constitucionnles de condados y a Is Legglslalura di her mcdios para In elec- e tl de al usellcs {sheriffs) de ceadados. Im- NO + ppaeto econ�m= Ning6n efecto fiscal direcla tarot o estata1. AGENCIAS LOCALES-ARREGLOS DE COMBINACION DE SEGUROS--EN- MIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLA- TIVA. Pei -mite a In LegWitura autarlrar ar- treglos do eamhinsciun do segures por ag*DE gu rrnamrntslex {orales. !mparta eronoinggona en cuamo a[ r%Ndo; efecto idecihle sabre ]os gobiernos Ioeatcs:RESIDENCIAS SI + OCUPADAS POR DUESOS DE LAS MISMAS--TASAIMPUESTO--ENMIENDA CONSTCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. La Legisl8 porde esripular quose irnpa.1a una rarnpues[as mss redurida a resi ntclas ocupor tuxdumas do las ntismas. Ito aclanoinicu: Depende de In acci6n legisla. Pod rin causar una rMucc[5u do ingresas NO I + 141111 VOTE EN LOS DOS LADOS C X2]2 YO HE VOTADO - ZY TU? TASAS DE INTERES - FALLOS - EN- MIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLA- i'IVA. Disgone que Is Leggislalurn 0jari Issas 9 de inter& a fallos judiciales eslatales que no excedaa el 10%. Impacts eeon6mico: Depende SI + de In ercihn I.eggislaliva. Los collas de interFs e ingresos por fsllas autnentarian si In Legis - Inters aumenrara In lass. NQ + IMPOSICION DE IMPUESTOS--PROP- IEDAD REHABILITADA--ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. Per - 0 SI + mite a la Legisiatura disponer ann exenci6n dorunit cinco afios •para propiedades resi- — denclales rehabifitadas rlegiblrx. Impacts NO + economico: Causaria aumoatos men ores on costos estatales. No se puede predecir el efecto que Is exenci6n causaria a los ingresos locales. IMPOSICION DE IMPUESTOS - PROP - MUNICIPAL HAD INMOBILIARIA PERTENECIENTE ADOPTION OF NEW CITY CHARTER AShall the proposed Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo be adopted? A UN CONDADO - ENMIENDA CONSTI- + TUCIONAL LEGISLATIVA. Exenta de im- SI + puestosla prnpirdad perieaevienteitim condado + NO mearporada a on nuevo candado.luipacto eco- FOUR YEAR TERM FOR MAYOR rShall the proposed alternative Section 404 -F Is.- 1-h-.—.. ..:a:.... r- ......... _r F__ nomics: Ninglime al gobierno cstafal o Iocel. NO + COMPENSACION DE FUNCIONARIOS CONSTITUC[ONALES, LEGISLADORES Y JUECES--ENMIENDA CONSTITU- CIONAL LEGISLATIVA. Dispone Is creaci6n SI + de aria comisi4o quo Bjsrii In compensaCi6n d legisladares, funciorerios ronstituclonales 2 y }ucces, ]mpnelo econ6inico: Un uuments NO + manor on las ro5[OS Csletales para mantener a la courld6n y el perianal. Por In demis no se puede predecir el impacts a ]as costos Oratalrs. LIMITACION DE IMPUESTOS - ENMI- ENDA CONSrfrrUC1ONAL DE INICIA- TIVA. Limits Ins Impueslos sabre la propiedad al 1%; y los uumenlos ul 2%. Imparter un reyul- sito de on sato de 213 partes Agra nuevns 3m• ini los. Impacio economico: F_mpezando con el ano fiscal que se inicia el In de julio de 1978, SI + 3 resulturia on perdidas anuales de ingresos do Jos abicr00% locales sabre imyuestos a la pro dad apruzimadamente $7 mi] millones ern e1 ifo NO + scat 1978-791, reducci6n de castes estatales m anuales la rnxtadamenle $600 millonos on el gno Ikea[ 1978-791, y reslricci6n sabre In habilidad future de las gobiernos locales para financier construccion capital por la venla do titulos de dcude do obligation general. 140302 VOTE EN LOS DOS LADOS C S22 -C-40 rol In CL 0 - - CARD D SIDE 2 TOP OFFICIAL BALLOT NONPARTISAN SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY JUNE 6, 1978 This ballot stub shall be torn off by precinct board member and handed to the voter. MEASURES SUBMITTED TO VOTE OF VOTERS MUNICIPAL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ADOPTION OF NEW CITY CHARTER AShall the proposed Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo be adopted? YES + NO + NUMBERED COUNCIL SEATS BShall the proposed alternative Section 402 of the Charter providing for numbered council seats be adopted? YES + NO + FOUR YEAR TERM FOR MAYOR rShall the proposed alternative Section 404 -F Is.- 1-h-.—.. ..:a:.... r- ......... _r F__ YFS + 31-D-40 M M W 00 ca 4-0 U) LADO 1 I& PICO BALOTA OFICIAL NONPARTISAN TARJETA D �1 CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO 6 DE JUNIO DE 1978 Este talion sera cortado por el miembro del consejo del precinto y entregado at elector. .•aaa ►ar• ►•.•.•.MUNICIPAL►•i•i•: `•'•'•'CIUIA1 DE SAN LUIS OBISPO ►❖.,. °,rr,+ I .... : , „ >dad de San Luis Obispo? 0 A: NO + �•••a•« ...ZDebe n4oporse In propuesta alternativa de ► m�;,;.�.� ♦aa•ASOS ..aura ...••.. �•:.•: ,•O.•: .*.•.•: �•••••►, 1 •i• iii 4014,11 +•�•••� �•.,�•� en sucesi6n? • a ♦C*MPENSACION DEL CONCEJOSecci6ps ••+••fi•�•�❖ ►•a►r+;ado [arse In T owesta alternatim dc Ila 414) de [a Carta disponkndu on m6todo .•.+.,. .•.�.•. del Concejo? arr• DE PERSONAL OBLIGATORIO i�. °•°•••! 90911" a•a►rra■ ►moi 4•::CEIO 1•i• adoptarsea de :•°: i I do on •: amil al i i ♦ • ♦ - �•••ro•:APROBACION DE LOS!•••••••••••••• i�i'� i ii'• VOTANTES PARA G -Debe afiadirse a In Carta de In Ciudad In 1aprobaci6n•� •� que ere los votantes de ]as anexiones a In Ciudad? .,MMe ►,a,rr, °r•r❖, S40403 L01 S31 -D-40 32702 VOTERS [PAMPHLEV The following pages contain CANDIDATES' STATEMENTS TOGETHER WITH BALLOT MEASURES, ANALYSES AND ARGUMENTS (whichever is applicable to your ballot) This pamphlet does not contain a complete list of candidates. A complete list of candidates appears on the Sample Ballot. Each candidate's statement in this pamphlet is volunteered by the candidate, and the English version is printed at the expense of the candidate. ARGUMENTS IN SUPPORT OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO THE PROPOSED LAWS ARE THE OPINIONS OF THE AUTHORS PhNFLE70 DIE= IELE0701R' Las paginas siguientes contienen LAS DECLARACIONES DE LOS CANDIDATOS JUNTO CON MEDIDAS DE LA BALOTA, ANALISIS Y ARGUMENTOS (cualquiera que sea conforme con su balota) Este panfleto no contiene una lista completa de candidatos. La lista completa de candidatos esta en la muestra de papeleta de votar. Cada declaracion del candidato en este panfleto es volun- taria por parte del candidato y versi6n en Ingles es impresa a costa del candidato. LOS ARGUMENTOS EN FAVOR 0 EN CONTRA DE LAS LEYES PROPUESTAS SON LAS OPINIONES DE LOS AUTORES vP-1 STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE turf JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ROBERT N. TAIT Occupation: District Attorney of San Luis Obispo County Education and Qualifications: Equal justice for all individuals and for society is the goal I work toward in my professional life. I promise that I can and will vigorously pursue my duties as Judge of the Superior Court toward that goal, seeking always to be impartial, to be firm yet fair, to follow the law without fear or favor, and to work efficiently and courteously. I believe you have a right to elect a Judge, who is representative of your thinking, to make important judicial decisions; not to passively accept a political appointee who may not share your viewpoint. A graduate of University of California Hastings College of Law, I have served you as District Attorney, and on the D.A.'s staff before that. However, I shall not draw any County funds until my service as Judge is completed. As a lawyer, I have experience in criminal prosecution and with civil family law, juvenile court, consumer and environmental law. I have helped establish pro- jects on alcohol, drug, and child abuse. I have worked to improve conditions for victims, witnesses, and jurors. If you care about how such problems are handled in our Courts, your vote will put my experience to work for you. s/ Robert N. Tait STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT HARRY E. WOOLPERT AGE: 42 Occupation: Judge of the Superior Court Education and Qualifications: LEGAL EXPERIENCE: With over fifteen years as a trial lawyer or Superior Court Judge, I've been a member of the California Bar Association and am now a member of the California Judges Association. Practicing before the courts of many counties, the Appellate Courts and Federal Courts, I have a broad knowledge of the judiciary. Strong and healthy, I've met strenuous responsibilities without ever missing a day due to illness. I keep my court schedule current, handling more trials than any judge during the past two years. EDUCATION: Graduating from California public schools, I earned the B.A. and Juris Doctor degrees at UCLA and served as a U.S. Army officer. Advanced seminars and classes continue my legal education, at my own expense. I have taught at Cal Poly and Cuesta College and lectured on law to many classes. ATTITUDE OF SERVICE: Because I listen, and I follow the law, my court is known for fairness, high ethical standards, and unbiased judgments. Both liti- gants and counsel, in actions ranging from divorce to complex criminal trials, know I treat everyone fairly and courteously. Your support will help me continue to serve justice and all our citizens. s/ Harry E. Woolpert DECLARWON DE CANDIDATO PARA JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPERIOR ROBERT N. TAIT STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS SALVATORE A. (SAM) CANALE AGE: 48 Ocupacitn: Fiscal de Distrito del Condado de San Luis Obispo Occupation: Elementary School Principal Educacidn y Calificaciones: La meta por la que trabajo en mi villa prof esionalEducation and Qualifications: I attended high school in Paso Robles, received my es la igualdad de justicia para todos los individuos y para la sociedad. Prometoadministratien credential at Cal -Poly, was the superintendent of the Cayucos que puedo y que cumplir6 firmemente mis obligaciones tomo Juez de la CorteSchvot District, and the principal of Morro Elementary School. I am presently the Superior hacia ese fin, tratando siempre de ser impartial, firme pero justo, seguirprincipal of Sunnyside Elementary School. This background has helped to make la ley sin miedo o favor, y trabajar eficiente y cortesmente. me very aware of the educational needs of the children In our county. Creo que usted tiene derecho a elegir a un Juez que sea representante de sul have been successful as a school administrator in helping to meet these needs. forma de pensar, para tomar decisiones judiciales importantes; no para aceptarl have worked closely with a school board to construct workable, realistic school pasivamente a un nombramiento polltico que puede no participar de su puntobudgets that called for careful expenditure of taxpayer dollars. de vista. Soy graduado de la Escuela de Derecho Hastings de la Universidad de Calif orniThe county superintendent has the important duty of overseeing the school a districts in the county to be sure that they abide by state laws. He protects the he servido Como su Fiscal de Distrito y antes en el personal de la oficina del ublic b seeing to It that budgets are constructed correctly. D.A. No obstante, no sacar6 ningun fondo del Condado hasta que se hayap y completado mi servicio tomo Juez. Because education is one of the most important industries in our county, the Coma abogado, tengo experiencia en persecuci6n criminal, en ley civil fami.County Superintendent of Schools must be a forceful, positive spokesman, able estab.ty provide leadership for the benefit of the public, pupils, teachers, and admin - liar, torte de menores, consumidores y leyes ambientales. He ayudado a lecer proyectos sobre alcohol, drogas y abuso de nirios. He trabajado paralstrators. mejorar las condiciones de vfetimas, testigos y jurados. Wlth my twenty-three years of experience as an educator I am qualified for the office of County Superintendent of Schools and can bring needed leadership Si usted se preocupa sobre coma se manejan tales problemas en nuestras cortes, back to the County Office of Education. su voto pondra a mi experiencia a trabajar por usted. f/ Robert N. Tait DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPERIOR HARRY E. WOOLPERT s/ Salvatore A. Canale STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS EDAD: 42 EARL D. CORNWELL Ocupaciun: Juez de la Corte Superior Occupation: San Luis Obispo County Superintendent of Schools AGE: 55 Education y Calificaciones: EXPERIENCIA LEGAL: Con mos de quince anos Education and Qualifications: For the past four years I have served as your como abogado litigante o Juez de la Corte Superior, he silo miembro del Colegio County Superintendent of Schools. For twelve years before that I served in the de Abogados de California y ahora de la Asociaci6n de Jueces de California. Por San Luis Obispo and Tulare County Offices of Education. This background is haber participado ante las cortes de muchos condados, Cortes de Apelaci6n undoubtedly the best possible preparation for the position. y Cortes Federales, tengo un amplio conocimiento de to judicial. Fuerte y salud- Four years ago when I first ran for this office I promised to improve communica- able, he tenido trabajos muy diffciles sin haber dejado un dfa por enfermedad'tion within the school system, to reorganize the office in order to improve effec- Mantengo mi calendario de la Corte at dfa, Ilevando mos juicios que ningEiil tiveness and efficiency, and to begin a program of long-range planning. I have juez dr:rante los dos ultimos a6os. done these things and many others to upgrade the office. We are performing well EDUCACION: Graduado por escuelas publicas de California, gan6 los tftulos and providing the leadership needed. de B.A. y Doctor en Derecho en U.C.L.A. y servf como oficial del Ej6rcito de While I have improved the office, there are many critical needs left. I plan to U.S. Seminarios avanzados y clases continuaron mi educaci6n legal, a mi pro -work for: pio costo. He ensenado en Cal Poly y en el Colegio Cuesta y he dado conferen- cias sobre leyes a muchas clases. 1. More and better communication between schools and the public. This will ACTITUD DE SERVICIO: Porque escucho, y sign la ley, mi torte tiene fama de always need to be improved, justa, altas normas Micas y de juicios imparciales. Litigantes y abogados, en?' Continue to reorganize, evaluate, and upgrade the County Office of Educa- acciones de divvrcio hasta compiejos juicios criminales sateen que trata a todos t61' A full dollar's worth of results must be assured for each dollar spent. justa y cortesmente. Su apvyo me ayudar6 a continuar sirviendo a la justicia 3 Continue to develop long range planning for the office and Its programs. y a todos nuestros ciudadanos. Future directions must be charted. 4. Assist districts in the implementation of new concepts, laws, and require - f/ Harry E. Woolpert ments. Education is dynamic and changing. s/ Earl D. Cornwell 40-1 40-2 DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA SUPERINTENDENTE DE ESCUELAS DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO SALVATORE A. (SAM) CANALE EDAD: 48 Ocupaci6n: Director de Escuela Elemental Educacinn y Calificaciones: Asistl a la escuela secundaria en Paso Robles, recibf mi credential de administraci6n en Cal -Poly, fui el superintendents del Distrito Escolar de Cayucos, y el director de la Escuela Elemental Morro. Actual- mente soy director de la Escuela Elemental Sunnyside. Esta experiencia me ha ayudado a conocer bien las necesidades educacionales de los niflos de nuestro condado. He tenido 6xito tomo administrador escolar al satisfacer estas necesidades. He trabajado estrechamente con un consejo escolar para hater presupuestos escolares prActicos y reales que invitan a un cuidadoso gasto de los d6lares de impuestos. EI superintendente del condado tiene la importante obligaci6n de vigilar a los distritos escolares del condado para estar seguro de que cumplen con las leyes del estado. Protege al publico vigilando la correcta formaci6n de los presu- puestos. Por ser la educaci6n una de las mos importantes industrias del condado, el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado debe ser un orador endrgico y posi- tivo, capaz de dar una direcci6n en beneficio del publico, alumnos, maestros y administradores. Con mis veintitres anos de experiencia como educador, estoy calificado para el cargo de Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado y puedo Ilevar la direc- ci6n que necesita la Oficina de Educaci6n del Condado. f/ Salvatore A. Canale DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA SUPERINTENDENTE DE ESCUELAS DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO EARL D. CORNWELL EDAD: 55 Ocupaciun: Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de San Luis Obispo EdticaciUn y Calificaciones: He servido como su Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado por los cuatro anos pasados. Los dote anos anteriores servl en las Oficinas de Educaci6n de los Condados de San Luis Obispo y Tulare. Estos antecedentes son, sin Buda, la mejor preparaci6n para el puesto. Hace cuatro anos, cuando me presents por primera vez para este puesto, pro - met[ mejorar la comunicaci6n dentro del sistema escolar, reorganizar la ofi- cina para mejorar la efectividad y la eficiencia, y empezar un programa de plank ficaci6n a largo plazo. He hecho estas cosas y muchas otras para mejorar la oficina. Estamos funcionando bien y dando la direccl6n que se necesita. Aunque he mejorado la oficina, hay muchas necesidades crfticas que todavla faltan. Pienso trabajar para: 1. Mayor y mejor comunicaci6n entre escuelas y publico. Esta siempre necesi- tarfi mejorarse. 2. Continuar reorganizando, evaluando, y mejorando la Oficina de Educacibn del Condado. Debe asegurarse un d6lar de resultado por calla d6lar gastado. 3. Continuar desarrollando un plan a largo alcance para la oficina y sus pro- gramas. Las futuras direcciones deben escribirse. 4. Ayudar a los distritos al cumplimiento de nuevos conceptos, leyes, y requisi- tes. La educaci6n es din6mica y cambiante. f/ Earl D. Cornwell STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOA SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS JOHN G. MEEKS AGE: 48 Occupation: Real Educator/Investment Counselor Education and Qualifications: My educational career spans twenty years of varied educational experience in five school districts, e.g., San Diego, Salt Lake City, La Canada, Poway and Atascadero. - In the San Diego City Schools I served as teacher, demonstration teacher, staff utilization team leader for the Ford Foundatlon, curriculum writer, speech consultant and Department Chairman. I have taught on the intermediate, junior high and high school levels. - As an adminisiratar I have worked as assistant principal, vice principal, administra- tive assistant (Personnel and Instructional Services, Director of Instructional Services, Summer School Director and Principal.) Responsibilities at the district level included personnel, Pupil Personnel, Instructional Services, Health Ser- vices, evaluation and budget planning. - The last three years have been spent in sales and investment counselling. - I have earned the B.A. degree from the University of Utah, M.A. Degree from San Diego State College, and graduate work at UCLA, USIU and Pepperdine College. - I am married, father of seven children, five of whom are presently living at home, one living in San Diego and one serving a church mission in Bangkok, Thailand. s/ John G. Meeks STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY RECORDER WILLIAM E. ZIMARIK AGE: 52 Occupation: County Recorder Education and Qualifications:Attendance at Akron University, Akron, Ohio; Southern California School of Escrow, Los Angeles, California; Adjutant Generals School, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, for the U.S. Army; U.S. Savings & Loan League Classes, and various seminars on title and escrow procedures. My professional career, both as County Recorder and in the private sector, has been concerned with property titles and ownership. I have served as chief exe- cutive officer of a state Ifcensed escrow company, escrow manager of a savings and loan association, and assistant manager of a title insurance company. This experience spanning three decades of technical real estate activity has given me the background to serve the taxpayers of San Luis Obispo. During my administration, the overall efficiency of the Recorder's office has been increased through the implementation of new systems and procedures. This office of County Recorder is a function of County government that PAYS rather than COSTS the taxpayers. The fees collected by the Recorder's office far exceed the expenses of operating and maintaining the office. s/ William E. Zimarik DECLARACIN DE CANDIDATO PARA SUPERINTENDENTE DE ESCUELAS DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO JOHN G. MEEKS EDAD: 481 DICK FRANK STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ASSESSOR AGE: 44 Ocupaci6n: Educador/Consejero en Inversiones Occupation: County Assessor Educaci6n y Calificaciones: Mi carrera educacional es do veinte anos de dl. Eduealion and Qualifications: Twenty -Two years of appraisal and management versa experiencia en cinco distritos escolares: San Diego, Salt Lake City, LA experience In private and public sectors. Canada, Poway y Atascadero. En las Escuelas de San Diego fui maestro, maestro Attended Mount San Antonio College and Arizona State University majoring de demostraci6n, Ifder de equipo de utilizacidn do personal para la Fun( a. Ford, escritor del curriculum, consultor de oratorla y Jefe de Departamento, In Business Management and Real Estate. Numerous professional courses and He ensenado en los niveles de escuela elemental y secundaria. Como admin S. seminars in administration and management, valuation of real estate, business trador he trabajado Como asistente de director, vice director, asistente admin S. and personal properties. trativo (Servicios de Personal y de Instrucci6n, Director de Servicios de instruc• United States Army veteran. ci6n, Director de Escuela de Verano y Director). Las responsabllidadas a nlval Small business owner. Rancher. Land surveyor. Independent fee appraiser. de distrito incluyen personal, Personal estudiantil, Servicios de Instruccl6n, Servicios de Salud, evaluaci6n y planificaci6n de presupuesto. Los tres riltimos Chief Appraiser, Arizona Highway Department. Appraisal Supervisor, Marshall anos he trabajado Como Consejero en ventas a inversiones. Tengo un tltule and Stevens. Director of Real Estate, Community Redevelopment Agency. de B.A. por la Universidad de Utah, un Tftulo de M.A. por e1 Colegio del Estado Qualified as expert witness on property valuation in County, State and Federal en San Diego, y estudios graduados en UCLA, USIU y en of Colegio Pepperdine; courts. Soy casado, padre de siete hijos, de los cuales viven cinco en Casa, otro viviendq Member, Legislative Committee, California Assessors Association and Interna - en San Diego y otro sirviendo en una misibn en Bangkok en Thailandia. tional Association of Assessing Officers. f/ John G. Meeks I Unanimously appointed San Luis Obispo County Assessor by Board of Super- visors in 1976. ' During my administration direct public access to the Assessor was opened; public Information programs expanded. Commenced Countywide assessment equalization program to be completed in 1979. Introduced computerized storage of real property inventory. Initiated use of professional value trending methods. Successfully prevented the State from issuing a blanket assessment increase to all County taxpayers. Instrumental in initiating the adoption of an ordinance for property tax relief on property damaged or destroyed by misfortune or calamity. Developed systems for stipulating assessment appeals saving taxpayers time and money. s/ Dick Frank DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA ARCHIVERO DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR WILLIAM E. ZIMARIK EDAD: 52 SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ASSESSOR Ocupaci6n: Archivero del Condado Educacf6o y Calificaciones: Asistf a fa Universidad Akron, Akron, Ohio; EscueliGEORGE R. ANDERSON AGE: 51 de Dep6sito del Sur do California, Los Angeles, California; Escuela de Ayudante OCCup8110n: Property Appraiser - Consultant Generales, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, para el Ejbrcito de U.S.; Closes d� Q p basically education was completed Education and leted basicall in Massa- Pr6stamos y Ahorros de U.S. y varios seminarios sobre procedimientos de ti tulos y dep6sitos. chusetts. The diversified experience, attained since my discharge from the Armed Forces In 1953, equips me with the necessary knowledge and background for this Mi carrera profesional, tanto como Archivero del Condado que como en el sector governmental office. privado, ha silo concerniente con propiedad y titulos de propiedad. He sidd jefe ejecutivo de una compahla de dep6sito licenciada del estado, gerente During the period 1953-1957 1 operated my own accounting business while de dep6slto de una asoclacOR de pr6stamos y ahorros, y asistente del gerente attending college. For the next four years my principal occupation was that of de una companfa de seguros de tflufos. Esta experlencla de tries d6cadas Business and Ranch Accountant in the San Joaquin Vatley. In January of 1963 de actividad l6cnlca sabre propiedad real, me ha dada of conoclmiento para I began my tenure of employment in the office of the San Luis Obispo County servir a los contribuyentes de San Luis Obispo. Assessor. Ouring this fourteen year period I held all appraisal positions from Junior Appraiser to Assistants Assessor. I have attended a number of schools, Durante mi administraci6n, la eficiencia general de la oficina del Archivero ha conferences and seminars on appraisal and taxation including those conducted aumentado con la puesta en marcha de nuevos sistemas y procedimientos. by the California State Board of Equalization, International Association of Assess - Esta oficina de Archivero del Condado es una funci6n del gobierno del Condadd ing Officers plus any other educational offerings available. que PAGA mos que CUESTA a los contribuyentes. Los honorarios recaudados I believe that I have the qualifications essential to insure delivery of an equitable por la oficina del Archivero exceden a los gastos de operaci6n y mantenimiento.'1 San Luis Obispo County Local Roll on an annual basis. Your County Assessor must be an appraiser, accountant, analyst and a person who will search for f/ William E. Zimarik the best solution to any taxpayer problem presented. I desire to prove to you that I am the candidate that can accomplish this. s/ George R. Anderson 40-4 DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA TASADOR DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO DICK FRANK EDAD: 44 Ocupaci6n: Tasador del Condado Educaci6n y Calificaciones: 22 anos de experiencia en evaluaci6n y direc- ci6n en los sectores privado y publico. Asistf at colegio Mount San Antonio y a la Universidad del Estado de Arizona, especializandome en Direcci6n de Negocios y en Propiedad Real. Numerosos cursos y seminarios profesionales en administraci6n y direccidn, evaluaci6n de propiedad real, negocios y propiedades personales. Veterano del Ej6rcito de los Estados Unidos. Propietario de pequeno negocio. Ranchero. Investigador de terreno. Evaluador independlente, Jefe Evaluador, Departamento de Carreteras de Arizona. Supervi- sor Evaluador, Marshall y Stevens, Director de Propiedad Real, Agencia de Reurbanizaci6n de la Comunidad. Calificado como perito en evaluaci6n de propiedad en Cortes del Condado, Estado y Federales. Miembro, Comit6 Legislativo, Asociaci6n de Tasadores de California, y Aso- ciaci6n Internacional de Funcionarios de Tasaci6n. Nombrado unanimemente Tasador del Condado de San Luis Obispo por el Consejo de Supervisores en 1976. Durante mi administraci6n se abri6 of acceso directo publico al Tasador; se ampliaron programas de informaci6n p6blica. Coni of programa de iguala- ci6n de evaluaci6n en todo el Condado para terminarse en 1979. Se introdujo of almacenamiento computado del inventario de propiedad real. Se inici6 of use de m6todos de orientaci6n de evaluaci6n profesional. Previno at Estado con 6xito de hacer un aumento de evaluaci6n general a todos los contribuyentes del Condado. Participaci6n en la iniciaci6n de la adopci6n de una ordenanza para alivio de impuestos sobre la propiedad danada o destrufda por desgracia o calamidad. Desarroll6 sistemas de apelaci6n contra evaluaciones, ahorrando a los con- tribuyentes tiempo y dinero. f/ Dick Frank DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA TASADOR DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO GEORGE R. ANDERSON EDAD: 51 Ocupacift Evaluador de Propiedad - Consultor Educacido y Calificaciones: La Educaci6n acad6mica la complet6 en Massa- chusetts basicamente. La diversa experiencia obtenida desde mi licencia de las Fuerzas Armadas en 1953, me dan el conocimiento y experiencia necesarios para este puesto gubernamental. Durante of perfodo 1953-1957 oper6 mi propio negocio de contabilidad mientras asistfa at colegio. Por los cuatro anos siguientes mi principal ocupaci6n fue de Contabilidad de Negocios y Ranchos en of Valle de San Joaquin. En enero de 1963 empec6 a trabajar en mi empleo en la oficina del Tasador del Condado de San Luis Obispo. Durante este perfodo de catorce anos pas6 por todos los puestos de evaluador, desde Evaluador Junior hasta Asistente del Tasador. He asistido a un buen n6mero de escuelas, conferencias y seminarios sobre evalu- aci6n a imposici6n, incluyendo los dirigidos por el Consejo de Igualaci6n del Estado de California, la Asociaci6n Internacional de Funcionarios de Evalua- ci6n y otros. Creo que tengo las Calificaciones esenciales para asegurar la entrega de una Lista equitativa Local del Condado de San Luis Obispo Cada ano. Su Tasador del Condado debe ser evaluador, contactor, analista, y una persona que trate de buscar la major soluci6n para los problemas presentados por cualquier contribuyente. Deseo probar a usted que soy of candidato que puede lograr todo esto. f/ George R. Anderson STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE rdd SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY AUDITOR FRED W. CUSICK Occupation: County Auditor -Controller Education and Qualifications: My education and qualifications are County Audi- tor since January 1969, 1 was formerly Assistant County Auditor, and I have been employed in the department since 1960. 1 have had 26 years experience in governmental auditing, accounting, and fiscal administration. My education Includes a bachelor's degree (with honors) and graduate studies. Some current assignments are: State Controller's Committee on Accounting Standards and Procedures (since 1970); County Supervisors Association Ad- ministration of Justice Committee {since 1977]; SLO County Pension Trust (since 1968). 1 have resided in San Luis Obispo County 27 years. I served during World War II and the Korean War - was awarded Purple Heart and Bronze Star. My health is good, as attested by my currently valid private airplane pilot's certificate. The record shows: 1. Installation of a cost beneficial computerized accounting ,ystem that became a national model. 2. Development of an indirect cost recovery program that has brought annual revenues equal to more than half of the County Auditor's budget. 3. Reduction of department staffing for two consecutive years, with another cut planned for fiscal 1979. 4. Consecutive annual budget savings of $49,841, $36,434, and $45,788, with $35,595 projected for fiscal 1978. 5. Completion of 60 audits during the first 8 months of fiscal 1978. s/ Fred W. Cusick STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY AUDITOR STAN ROSENFIELD AGE: 30 Occupation: Accountant for the San Luis Obispo County Financial Management System Education and Qualifications: B.A., Occidental College; Credentialed to teach accounting at California Community Colleges. As supervising accountant for the computerized Financial Management System, I am responsible for all accounts maintained by the Auditor's office. This includes cash balances, appropriation control of county departments and special dis- tricts, the General Ledger for each of 300 funds, warrant reconciliation, and reviewing data from the tax, payroll, and accounts payable sections. I was rated as outstanding on my most recent county job performance evaluation for excellent work production, high interest, honesty, and diligence. I have brought thou- sands of dollars into the county General Fund by researching inactive accounts and I have consolidated various manual systems into the comprehensive finan- cial system resulting in considerable savings. I believe the Auditor -Controller should provide the financial leadership for the rest of county government. Yet in the last eight years, the size of the department has doubled and its budget has quadrupled. I feel I can provide the sound man- agement needed to reverse this trend and to reduce the high level of turnover among professional staff members. My goal would be to better inform you how your money is spent to ensure that you receive more value from your tax dollars. s/ Stan Rosenfield 40-5 ri DECLARAWUN DE CANDIDATO PARA AUDITOR DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SHERIFF -CORONER FRED W. CUSICK GEORGE S. WHITING Ocupaoidn: Auditor-Interventor del Condado Occupation: Sheriff -Coroner Educacidn y Colificaciones: Mi educaci6n y mis calfficactones son el ser Auditor del Condado desde 1969. Fui Asistente del Auditor del Condado y he esladdfduoetiop and Quaiificalons:l was appointed Sheriff of San Luts Obispo County empleado on el departamento desde 1960. In Mayy of 1977 atter serving 29 years in Law enforcement including 12 years as Tonga 26 anos de ex oriencla en auditar€a, contabilidad ad min of Detectives. My qualifications for this office of Sheriff are based on 9 p Y experience, and education. fiscal def goblerno. hold the Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Management, Peace Officer and Mi educaci6n incluye un tltulo de Bachiller (con honorer) y estudlos graduades. Standards Certificates as well as an Associate Arts degree in Police Science. I Algunos desti nos act uales. son: Comitd del Interventor del Estado sabre Normas am also a graduate of the F.B.1. Academy and 37 other Police courses. I served y Procedimlentos de Cornabilidad (desde 1970); Comlt6 de Administraci6nwith the U.S. Navy In the Pacific Theater during World War IL l am a member of do Justicia de la Asociaci6n do Supervisores de Condado (desde 1977); Fondothe Cuesta College Advisory Committee, Mustang Boosters, Rotary International, de Pensi6n del Condado SLO (desde 1968). Elks, and the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce. I have served as presi- He residldo an el Condado de San Luis Obispo 27 aiios. Serv€ on la Segundadent of the International Foot Printers, as a board member of the California Guerra Mundial y en la Guerra de Corea y gan6 el Purple Heart y la Bronze Star; Narcotics Information Network and as a member of the Southern California Rob - Mi salud es buena coma se atestigua par mi actual certificado v6lida de pIlotobery Assocfat10R. de aviact6n privado. I reside in Morro Bay with my wife Pat and two of my five children, one of whom EI r6cord muestra: attends Cal Poly, and the other Los Osos Junior High School. I believe that the 1. Instalacidn de un sistema de contabilidad computarizado a un costo bene citizens of San Luis Obispo county deserve a Sheriff with experience, integrity ficioso que Ilegd a ser modelo national. and ability: f will continue to provide that kind of leadership. 2. Desarrollo de un programa de recuperaci6n de costo indirecto que ha dada s/ George S. Whiting ingresos anuales iguales a m6s de la mitad del presupuesto del Auditor del Con- dado. 3. Reducci6n del personal del departamento par dos aflos consecutivos, coq otro torte planeado para el ano fiscal 1979. 4. Ahorros del presupuesto anual consecutivos de $49,841, $36,434, y $45,788; con $35,595, proyectado para el ano fiscal 1978. 5. Terminaci6n de 60 auditorlas durante los primeros 8 meses del ano fiscal 1978. f/ Fred W. Cusick DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR AUDITOR DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SHERIFF -CORONER STAN ROSENFIELD EDAD: 30TIMOTHY E. STORTON AGE: 42 Ocupacidn: Contador para el Sistema de Direcci6n de Finanzas del Condado dgOccupation: Former Undersheriff and Acting Sheriff of the County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo "Education and QUatlficatfonSA have lived In this county for twenty years and Educaci6n y Calificaciones: B.A., Colegio Occidental; Credenciales parserved law enforcement for eighteen of those years. In fourteen years with the ensenar contabilidad en los Colegios de la Comunidad de California. ISheriffs Department, I advanced from Deputy Sheriff to Acting Sheriff. Como Contador supervisor para el Sistema de Direcci6n de Finanzas soy re -1 am married and live with my wife and children in Arroyo Grande. I have a college sponsable de todas las cuentas mantenidas par la oficina del Auditor. Estodegree In the Administration of Justice, have completed F.B.I. Academy Exe- incluye balances de dinero, control de asignaciones de departamentos y distritoscutive Devetopment School, hold the highest management certificate with the especiales del condado, el Libra Mayor de 300 fondos, reconciliaci6n deCallfornia Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission, and have quall- garantlas y revisi6n de datos de las sectiones de impuestos, pagadurla y,red through examination for the position of Justice Court Judge. cuentas amortizables. Fui calificado coma extraordinario en mi m6s reciente evaluaci6n de cumplimiento de trabajo del condado par excelente trabajo,$ince 1964 1 have been Involved in community services which include being gran inter6s, honestidad, y diligencia. He Ilevado miles de d6lares al Fondoa Commtssioner with the Oceano Fire Protection District, a member of the Alcohol General del Condado, investigando cuentas inactivas, y he undo varios sistemasAdvisory Council, the Cuesta College Work Experience Advisory Board, the manuales en un sistema financtero comprensivo con ahorros considerables.County Council for the Protection of Children, and a leader in the Boy Scouts. Croo que el Auditor-Interventor def Condado debe proveer la direcci6n flnan-I am in excellent health and as Sheriff will be able to provide this county with a Ciera para el resto dei gobierno del condado. En los 61timos ocho anos sem+nimum of sixteen additional years of efficient law enforcement. During the ha doblado el tamano del departamento y su presupuesto se ha cuadruplicado:(hree months that I was Acting Sheriff, I started the jail work program, increased Creo que puedo proveer la diracc16n necesaria para camblar esta tendencia ypalrol coverage 62% in the evening hours and investigative services 145%. at reducir el alto cambia del personal profesional. Mi meta serla informar major ano additional cost to the county. usted sabre coma se gasta su dinero, para asegurarle que usted recibe m6s valor par sus d6lares de impuestos. s/ Timothy E. Storton f/ Stan Rosenfield DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA SHERIFF- PESO UISI DOR DEL CONOADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO GEORGE S. WHITING Oeupaeibn: Sheriff- Pesq u isi dor Educaci6n y Calificaciones: Fui nombrado Sheriff del Condado de San Luis Obispo en mayo de 1977, despu6s de servir 29 ants en la aplicaci6n de la ley, incluyendo 12 anos coma Capit6n de Detectives. Mis calificaciones Para este cargo de Sheriff estan basadas en experiencia y educaci6n. Tengo Certificados B6sico, Intermedio, Avanzado y de Direcci6n, de Oficial de Paz y de Normas, asf coma un tltulo de Asociado de Arles en Ciencia de Policla. Tambi6n soy graduado de la Academia del F.B.I. y tengo otros 37 cursos de Policla. Servf en la Marina de U.S. en el Pacifico durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Soy miembro del Comlt6 Consultivo del Colegio Cuesta, Mustang Boosters, Rotario Internacional, Elks, y de la Comara de Comercio de San Luis Obispo. He servido coma presidente del International Foot Printers, coma miem- bro del Sistema de Informaci6n de Narc6ticos de California y tomo miembro de la Asoctacidn del Robo de California. Resido en Morro Bay con mi esposa Pat y dos de mis cinco hijos, uno de los cuales asiste al Cal Poly y otro a la Escuela Secundaria Los Osos. Creo que los ctudadanos del condado de San Luis Obispo merecen un Sheriff con experiencia, integridad y capacidad. Continuar6 dando ese tipo de direcci6n. f/ George S. Whiting DECLARACION DE CANDIDATO PARA SHERIFF-PESQUISIDOR DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO TIMOTHY E. STORTON EDAD: 42 Ocupacidn: Antigua Asistente de Sheriff y Sheriff Interino del condado de San Luis Obispo Educaci6n y Calificaciones: He vivido veinte anos en este condado y he ser- vido en la aplicacida de la ley por diez y ocho de esos arios. En catorce ahos en el Departamento del Sheriff ascend[ de Sheriff Delegado a Sheriff Interino. Soy casado y vivo con mi esposa a hijos en Arroyo Grande. Tengo tltulo de Colegio en Administraci6n de Justicia, he completado la Escuela de Desarrollo Ejecutivo de la Academia del F.B.I., tengo el certificado superior de direcci6n de la Comisi6n de Normas y entrenamiento de los Oficiales de Paz de California, y he calificado par examen para el puesto de Juez de Corte de Justicia. Desde 1964 he participado en servicios de la Comunidad que incluyen ser Comisario con el Distrito de Protecci6n contra Incendios de Oceano, miembro del Consejo Consultivo sabre Alcohol, Consejo Consultivo de Experiencia de Trabajo del Colegio Cuesta, Consejo del Condado para la Protecci6n de los Ninos, y Ilder de los Boy Scouts. Tengo una salud excelente, y coma Sheriff podr6 proveer a este condado un mfnimo de diez y seis anos de eficiente aplicaci6n de la ley. Durante los tres meses que fui Sheriff Interino empec6 el programa de trabajo de la c6rcel, aument6 en un 62% el patrullaje en las horas de la tarde y en un 145% los servicios de investigaci6n, sin costo adicional para el condado. f/ Timothy E. Storton STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FVR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY TREASURER -TAX COLLECTOR -PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR FRANK L. FREITAS AGE: 34 Occupation: County Treasurer, Tax Collector, Public Administrator and Public Guardian Education and QUaliftalion8: EDUCATION: College: Bachelor of Science De- gree, California State Polytechnic College, Major -Business Administration, Accounting Concentration; Associate of Arts Degree, Cuesta College, Major - Business Administration. High School: Graduate, Arroyo Grande High QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: Appointed to current office on unanimous vote by Board of Supervisors (1977); Appointed Assistant Treasurer, Tax Collector, Public Administrator through competitive examination (1974); Appointed Deputy County Auditor (1973); Certified Public Accountant; Experienced as Staff Ac- countant for both National and Local Certified Public Accounting firms; Served three years as part-time accounting instructor, California Polytechnic State University. Memberships: Slate Association of County Treasurers of CAlifornia; County Tax Collectors' Association of California; California Society of Certified Public Ac- countants; California State Association of Public Administrators; Municipal Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada; International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, Inc.; Lions international, Arroyo Grande Club; Toastmasters International, Club 83 San Luis Obispo. Administrative Accomplishments: Investment Program; Business License system; Collection System; Public Guardian Accounting System; Redemption System; Office Wide Fixed Asset Accounting System. Personal Data: Married, two children, resident of Arroyo Grande; I am proud that we are able to manage this office in an efficient, effective, and economical manner without compromising the quality of services to the people of this County. s/ Frank L. Freitas STATEMENT OF CANDIDATE FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY TREASURER -TAX COLLECTOR -PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR DAVID K. STEWART AGE: 38 Occupation: Chief, Assessment Standards Division, Assessor's Office Education and QuallHcations:I am a native Californian, and have resided In San Luis Obispo County since 1960. My decision to again seek election to this office was not made without serious reflection. I realize that this decision will re- quire of myself and my family some major personal adjustments. I feel that with over 16 years experience in county government I can bring to this office the leadership that Is necessary to provide the best possible service to the public with economic and efficient operation of the office, and continued updating of operational systems. My experience in the management of the Administrative Division of the Asses- sor's Office Including administration of the exemption program, assessment roll preparation; coordination of various functions with other county departments Including the Treasurer -Tax Collector, Auditor, Administrator, Board of Super- visors as well as state offices such as the Controller and Board of Equalization definitely qualifies me for this office. My training has been both technical and administrative. I am a Marine Corps Veteran, and a graduate of U.C.L.A.'s Lea- dership Laboratory to Human Relations and Organizational Development. s/ David K. Stewart 3 j IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY C'TTORNEY DECLARAMN OE CANDIDATO PARA MEASURE "A" TESORERO-RECAUOADOR DE CONTRIBUCIONES-ADMINISTRAOOR PUBLICO DEL CONDADO DE SAN LUIS OBISPO This measure, if approved, wilt adapt a new city charter effective upon its filing with the Secretary of State, which will modernize, rearrange, consolidate and recodify the present charter originally adopted in 1955 to abolish duplication, FRANK L. FREITAS EDAD: 34edundancy, and currently non -applicable provisions. Ocupaci6n: Tesorero, Recaudador de Contribuciones, Administrador PublictThe measure makes the following major changes from the present charter: y Guardi6n Publico del Condado It removes the provisions of the existing charter protecting the tenure of the City Educaci6n V Calificaciones: EDUCACION: Colegio: Tftulo de Bachiller dLAdministrative Officer. Ciencias. Colegio Polil6cnico del Estado de California, Especiallzaciftt authorizes the Mayor to present an annual work program to the council for Administraci6n de Negocios, con 6nfasis an Contabilidad; Tftulo de Asociado �ts consideration. Artes, Colegio Cuesta, Especialidad an Administraci6n de Negocios. Escuela Secundaria: Graduado por la Escuela Arroyo Grande It continues to provide that the City Administrative Officer shall be responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of the charter. CALIFICACIONES: Experiencia: Nombrado para at cargo actual por of votiltrovides that vacancies in the council shall be filled by appointment to serve un6nime del Consejo de Supervisores (1977); Nombrado Asistente del Tesorereunpil the next general municipal election at which time a successor shall be Recaudador de Contrlbuciones, Administrador Publico por examen de cofnelecled. petencia (1974); Contador Publico Titulado: Experimentado comp Persona Contable an firmas de Contabilidad Publica Certificada Nacional y Local; 5ergjl requires equal opportunity employment. tres arias coma instructor de Contabilidad an la Universidad Polit6cnica daft revises the article relating to public works and contracts to streamline the Estado de California. 'procedure and clarify ambiguities. A new section (904) controls verbal changes Afiliaciones: Asociaci6n del Estado de Tesoreros de Condado de Californiaof contracts. Asociacibn de California de Recaudadores de Contribuciones de Condadelt provides That the council may establish a Personnel Board consisting of five Sociedad de California de Contadores Pubficos Titulados; Asoclacidn d(Members whose duties shall be advisory onty, Estado de California de Administradores POblicos; Asoclacidn de Oficiales d Finanzas Municipales de los Estados Unidos y Canad6; Fundacidn Intermit amends charter provisions relating to employee candidacy for public office to clonal de Planes de Beneficio de Empleados, Inc.; Leones [internacional, ClUlimit them to apply solely to candidates for elective office for the city. de Arroyo Grande; Maestros de Ceremonias Internacional, Club 83 de San Luiilt makes a number of other insubstantial but desirable changes to the present Obispo. charter. Logros administrativos: Programa de Inversi6n; Sistema de Licencia de Ne gocios; Sistema de Recaudaci6n; Sistema de Conlabflldad de Guardidn P6 s/ Allen Grimes blico; Sistema de Redenci6n; Oficina de Sislema de Contabilidad de Active City Attorney Fijo. 40-7 Datos Personales- Casado, dos hijos, residente de Arroyo Grande. Estoy loso de poder dirigir esta oficina de una forma eficiente, eficaz, y ecoi sin comprometer la calidad de servicios al pueblo de este Condado. f/ Frank L. Freitas ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE A One can hardly form a reasonable case for the continuation of the 1955 charter with its obsolete provisions for a City School Board and a City Assessor, which have not been part of the City government for years. The irregular arrangement br the old charter, often with duplicate or near -duplicate sections or details, does not enhance its value or useability. Piecemeal amendments may further DECLARACION OE CANDIDATO PARA confuse the reader and user. TESORERO-RECAUOADOR DE CONTRIBUCIONES-ADMINISTRADOR PUBLICOThe existing charter makes no mention of specific responsibilities for enforce- ment, thus permitting a lax form of municipal government to prevail. For instance, a contract could be (and has been) verbally modified with nothing in evidence to 'Substantiate the altered requirements, and with no visible or recorded change in DAVID K. STEWART EDAD: 300sts. Oeupacidn: Jefe. Divlsi6n de Normas de Evaluaci6n. Oficina del Tasador The proposed charter amendments will streamline our charter. These changes Educac€6n y Caiilicaciones: Soy native de California y restdo en el Condad�Will make for a better organized document and Improve its readability. These de San Luis Obispo desde 19% Ml decisi6n de presentarme otra vez a la elacare two changes that are worthy of specific note: cion para este cargo no la hace sin una seria roll exidrl. Me cloy cuenta de q61• The tenure of the City Administrative Officer has been altered to untie the esta decisi6n supone importantes ajustes para mi y ml familia. Creo que 6hands of the City Council if the performance of the Administrative Officer is m6s de 1E anos de experiencia en at gobierno del condado, puedo Ilevar ,llound wanting. The provisions for retention of the Administrative Officer were esta eficina el liderazgo que necesita para dar el mejor servlcio posible at pdbdiscriminatory in that they did not apply to any other appointed City officials. lico, con una operacidn econ6mica y eficiente de la oficina y una continuThe proposed modifications provide for the continual appraisal of all upper• majora de sislemas de operacl6n. level appointed officials and employees. Mi experiencla an la dfrecci6n de la Divisi6n Adminlstradva de la Oficina dR. Provision is also made for an election to fill a vacancy on the City Council Tasador, inctuyendo fa administracl6n del programa de exencidn, preparaci6rather than the present method of appointment. The calling of a special election de la lista de evaluacift coordlnacidn de diversas funciones con otros dawould occur only if the vacancy would develop more than two years prior to partamentos del condado, incluyendo at Tesoro ro-Recaudador de contriblhe next regular election for that position. clones, Auditor, Administrador, Consejo de Supervisores, as[ Como oficmaThe proposed amended charter is recommended to provide the citizens of San estalales tales tomo la del Interventor y of Consojo de lqualacl6n, me calificaf,uis Obispo with an easily understandable and up-to-date City charter. defirritivamente para este cargo. MI entrenamiento ha sido t6cnlco y admini5 lrativo. Soy Veterano del Cuerpo de Infanterfa de Marina y graduado del Labora torio de Liderazgo en Relaciones Humanas y Desarrollo de Organizaciones d City Council of San Luis O'li U. C. L. A. s/ Ronald Dunin f/ David K. Stewart NO ARGUMENT AGAINST SUBMITTED s/ Jeff Jorgensen s/ Steve Patterson s/ Allen K. Settle s/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Mayor 40-12 ANALYSISRCIAL DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "A" Esta medida, si se aprueba, adoptar6 una nueva Carta de la ciudad que se pondr6 an vigor at presentarse ante el Secretario de Estado, la cual modernizar6, reordenar6, consolidar6 y volver6 a codificar la Carta actual, adoptada original- mente en 1955, para eliminar la duplicaci6n, redundancia y las disposiciones no aplicables actualmente. Esta medida hace los siguientes cambios importantes de la Carta actual: Elimina las disposiciones de la Carta actual protegiendo la permanencia del Oficial Administrativo de la Ciudad. Autoriza al Alcalde para presentar un programa anual de trabajo al concejo para su consideraci6n. Coni disponiendo que el Oficial Administrativo de la Ciudad ser6 respon- sable de la aplicaci6n de las disposiciones de la Carta. Dispone que las vacantes del concejo se ocupar6n por nombramiento para servir hasta la pr6xima elecci6n general municipal, an la cual se elegir6 un sucesor. Requiere igualdad de oportunidad de empleo. Revisa of articulo referente a obras y contratos publicos para organizar el pro- cedimiento y clarificar ambiguedades. Una nueva secci6n (904) controla cambios verbales de contratos. Dispone que of concejo puede establecer un Consejo de Personal consistente de cinco miembros cuyas obligaciones se* de consulta solamente. Enmienda las disposiciones de la Carta referentes a las candidaturas de am- pleados para cargos publicos, limitdndolas a candidatos para cargos electivos de la ciudad solamente. Hace un n6mero de cambios sin importancia pero utiles de la Carta actual f/ Allen Grimes Abogado de la Ciudad ARGUMENTO EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA A Es diffcil encontrar una causa razonable para la continuaci6n de la Carta de 1955 con sus anticuadas disposiciones sobre un Consejo Escolar de la Ciudad y un Tasador de la Ciudad, que no forman parte del gobierno de la Ciudad hace anos. La irregular orgamzaci6n de la vieja Carta, duplicando o casi duplicando frecuentemente sectiones o detalles no aumentan su valor o uso. Las pequenas enmiendas pueden mos bien confundir al lector y al usuario. La carts actual no hace menci6n de responsabilidades especfficas para la aplicaci6n, permitiendo as[ prevalecer una forma laza de gobierno municipal. Por ejemplo, un contrato podrfa ser (y ha sido) modificado verbalmente sin evidencia de la base para alterar los requisitos y sin Constar cambio en los costos. Las enmiendas propuestas a la Carta modernizar6n nuestra Carta. Estos cambios supondrdn un documento major organizado y m6s prdctico. Estos son dos cambios que merecen la pena de una nota especffica: 1. La permanencia del Oficial Administrativo de la Ciudad ha silo alterada para soltar las manos del Concejo de la Ciudad si el ejercicio del Oficial Adminis- trativo se encuentra deficiente. Las disposiciones de permanencia del Oficial Administrativo eran discriminatorias puesto que no se aplicaban a ningun otro oficial nombrado de la Ciudad. Las modificaciones propuestas disponen la evaluaci6n constante de todos los oficiales y empleados nombrados de alto nivel. 2. Se dispone tambidn la celebraci6n de elecci6n para Ilenar una vacante del Concejo de la Ciudad en vez del m6todo actual de nombramiento. La con- vocatoria de una elecci6n especial, ocurrira solamente si la vacante ocurre mds de dos anos antes de la pr6xima elecci6n regular para ese puesto. Se recomienda la propuesta Carta enmendada para dar a los ciudadanos de San Luis Obispo una Carta de la Ciudad mos f6cil de entender y puesta al dia. Concejo de la Ciudad de San Luis Obispo f/ Ronald Dunin f/ Jeff Jorgensen f/ Steve Petterson f/ Allen K. Settle f/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Alcalde NO SE PRESENTO ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA f 1..F IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY CITY ONFINEY ANALISIS IMPAhiriAL DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD ARGUMENT AGAINST MLnodRE B ARGUIh", fO EN CONTRA DE LA MEDIDA B MEASURE "B" MEDIDA "B" This measure, if approved, will assign a number to each council seat and will require a candidate to declare which council seat he or she Is seeking to be elected to, although still from the city at large. Council members selected by this method would be elected at large and would serve no particular district. The measure does not provide for district representation. Under the existing charter, council members are selected at large from the entire group of council candidates. The top two vote -getters are the ones elected. This measure would allow a candidate to campaign for the specific seat he or she desires on the council and against the incumbent, if any, of the candidate's choice. s/ Allen Grimes City Attorney ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE B This proposed amendment to the City char ler wttl permit a candidate for a Council seat, whether aspirant or Incumbent, to zero In on expressed opinions of spe- cific opponents, thereby more clearly Indentifytng positions on community problems and controversial measures. This is the system presently used in electing the Mayor. Such a procedure will sharpen debate during election cam - pal gns and will permit voters to select candidates who best represent their views. All voters will continue to retain the present privilege of voting for all seats that are in contest at each election. Election of Superior and Municipal court judges, where there are two or more in a County or District, have been on a numbered seat basis for years and no one has expressed dissatisfaction with this arrangement. s/ Foster M. Gruber, Chairman Citizens' Charter Review Committee s/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Mayor, City of San Luis Obispo The proposed amendment may result in moving the city cioser to council mem- Esta medlda, s€ se aprueba, asignar6 un mimero a cads aslento del concejo:bers representing districts rather than the entire city. The League of California requerir6 que cada candidata declare por qu6 asiento trata de ser elegidgities lists only 13 cities of 417 that have numbered council seats and council aunque sea elegido por toda la cludad. Los mlembras del Concejo seIopernbers In 11 of these must reside In specific distrlots. The cities at Modesto cionados par este m6todo serlan ategWas par toda la Ciudad perp no serviriond San Jose that use numbered seats are far larger In size than San Luis Obispo. un particular distrito. La medida no crea representaci6n por distrito. Dur city would not benefit from numbered seats which may evolve Into a system Bao la carte actual, los miembros del concejo son seleccionados or talo f council members representing only a section of the city rather than the entire 1 p Vily and all Its residents. ciudad entre todo el grupo de candidatos para et concejo. Los dos que obtler; el mayor n6mero de votes son los selecctonados. The use of numbered seats is confusing and unnecessary. Also the functions of Esta medida permlttrla a un candidata hacer to campana por el asiento es 'Superior and Municipal court judges are not necessarily the same as that of city Esta del conce'o quo desee, contra el que ocu a el cargo, s€ to o , �ouncil members. Moreover, the use of numbered seats will result in candidates t q y q p g y ocusing more on personalities during elections rather than on facts and funda- la selecci6n del candidata. mental issues. f/ Allen Grimes Abogado de la Ciudad ARGUMENTO EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA B s/ Allen K. Settle Member, City Council s/ Ronald Dunin Member, City Council IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY CITY ATTORNEY MEASURE "C" Esta propuesta enmienda a la Carta de la Ciudad permitir6 a un candidato pat' un aslento del Concejo, sea aspirante o est6 en el cargo, concentrarse sobThls measure, if approved, will extend the Mayor's term of office to four (4) years opiniones expresadas de especfficas oponentes. ldentificando asl m6s ctarrather than two (2). mente tas posiciones sabre problemas de la comunidad y sabre medidas trovertidas. Este es el sistema actualmente usado para elegir at Alcalde. I c . nder this measure, the Mayor would then serve the same length term as council procedimiento afinar6 el debate durante las campahas de elecci6n y perembers. V0 a los votantes elegir a los candidatos que mejor representen sus puntos dlnder the existing charter, at each biennial election two council members and vista. Todos los votantes continuar6n reteniendo el actual privilegio de votthe Mayor are elected. This measure would mean that at one biennial election, por todos los asientos que se presenten en cada elecci6n. the Mayor and two council members would be elected and at the next, two coun- 1 members would be elected. Thus, alternately, the voters would be electing i La elecci6n de jueces de las Cortes Superior y Municipal, donde hay dos o m wo or three members of the council at a given election. en un condado o distrito, ha sido por anos sabre la base de asientos numeral y nadie ha expresado disatisfacei6n con este acuerdo. s/ Allen Grimes f/ Foster M. Gruber, Presidente City Attorney Comit6 de Ciudadanos para Revisi6n a la Carta f/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Alcalde, Ciudad de San Luis Obispo 40-13 40-14 La propuesta enm€enda puede resultar en acercarse el concejo a que sus mtem- bras representen a distritos m6s que a toda la Ciudad. La Liga de Cludades de California enumera solamente a 13 ciudades entre 417 que tienen asientos numerados del concejo, y en 11 de estos casos, los miembros del concejo deben residir en distritos espectficos. Las ciudades de Modesto y San Jose, que tienen asientos numerados, sore bastante mayores que San Luis Obispo. Nuestra ciudad no se benefictarta por tener asientos numerados, to cual podrla evolucionar hacia un sistema de miembros del concejo que representan solamente a una secci6n de la ciudad en vez de a toda la ciudad y a todos sus residentes. EI use de asientos numerados es confuso a innecesario. Ademds las funciones de los jueces de las Cortes Superior y Municipal no son iguales que las de los miem- bros del concejo de la ciudad. Por otra parte, el use de asientos numerados resultara en que los candidatos se concentrar6n m6s en las personalidades durante las elecciones que en hechos y asuntos fundamentales. f/ Allen K. Settle Miembro, Concejo de la Ciudad f/ Ronald Dunin Miembro, Concejo de la Ciudad ANALISIS IMPARCIAL DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "C" Esta medida, si se aprueba, ampliarla el t6rmino del cargo de Alcalde a cuatro (4) anos en vez de a dos (2). Baja esta medida, el Alcalde servirla un t6rmino de la misma duraci6n que los miembros del concejo. Baja la Carta actual, en cada elecci6n bienal son elegidos el Alcalde y dos miembros del concejo. Esta medida significa que en una elecci6n bienal serlan elegidos el Alcalde y dos miembros del concejo y en la siguiente serlan ele- gidos dos miembros del concejo. Asl pues, alternativamente, los votantes ele- girtan dos o tres miembros del concejo en cada elecci6n. f/ Allen Grimes Abogado de la Ciudad ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEAS' HE C ARGUMENI�N FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA C IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY Cil, . ATTORNEY 4 MEASURE "D" The proposed amendment will equate the Mayor's term of office with the four- La enmienda propuesta igualarfa el t6rmino del cargo de Alcalde con los t6rhis measure, if approved, will limit the number of consecutive years in a speci- year terms of the other members of the City Council. Under our present system, minos de cuatro anos de los demos miembros del concejo. Baja nuestro actut)c office to eight (8) years. a Council member has more opportunity to carry through programs and goals sistema, un miembro del concejo Ilene mds oportunidad qua of Alcalde paynder the existing charter, there is no limit to haw many terms a council mem- than does the Mayor. Our present charter virtually requires the Mayor to think Ilevar a Cabo programas y obtener metas. Nuestra actual carts, virtualmentoer or the Mayor may serve. This measure would place a limit in number of In terms of repetitive candidacy almost as soon as elections are over. The exist- requiere que at Alcalde pfense en su pr6xima candidatura casi tan pronto colears rather than terms of office. It does not prohibit the Mayor or any council Ing two-year term does not pray lde adequate time for the Mayor to be a fully effec- han terminade las elecciones. El actual Wmina de dos anos no da un tlentiember from seeking election to zrnorher city offl.:e, such as a council member live member of the Council or to formulate goals beyond a two-year period. adecuad6 para que el Alcalde sea un miembro totalmente efectivo del conce�geking the office of Mayor after eight years or vice versa. A two-year term for an elected Mayor is impractical for a viable City. Approval o para formular metas para mos ally de dos anos. of this amendment is recommended so that the Cit will not have its direction Un t6rmino de dos anos para el Alcalde no as prActico para la Ciudad. S; s/ Allen Grimes City City Attorney potentially changed each two years. recomienda Is aprobaci6n de esta elxnienda para que Is Ciudad no cambie gy direcci6n calla dos anos. I s/ Foster M. Gruber, Chairman M Citizens' Charter Review Committee f/ Foster M. Gruber, Presidente S/ Kenneth E, Schwartz, Mayor, del Comit6 de Ciudadanos para si6n de la Carta Rev ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE D City of San Luis Obispo f/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Alcalde, rhe proposed amendment eliminates, to a major extent, political entrenchment. Ciudad de San Luis Obispo At the same time, It allows for the periodic introduction of fresh faces and ideas to the City Council. Effective office -holders can, at the option of the electorate, ,change from one position to another when their term limitation prevails. Approval of this amendment is recommended so that the voters themselves can Jecide how long a person stays in a particular elective office, rather than being at the mercy of a political entity dictating the terms. s/ Ronald Dunin, Member, San Luis Obispo City Council s/ Foster M. Gruber, Chairman Citizens' Charter Review Committee VO ARGUMENT AGAINST SUBMITTED IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY CITY ATTORNEY MEASURE "E" ARGUMENT AGAINST MEASURE C ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA DE LA MEDIDA C chis measure, if approved, will create a five -member committee, consisting of tree chairpersons from standing city committees, chosen by drawing of lots, and two local bank managers, whose function would be to review council and The present 1955 City Charter provides that four council members are elected La actual Carta de Is Ciudad de 1955 dispone que cuatro miembros del concenayaral compensation biennially and submit a recommendation for adjustment. to four year terms, and the mayor (the fifth council member) is elected for a two sean elegidos par cuatro anos, y el alcalde (el quinto miembro del concej he recommendation of this committee would stand unless challenged by the year term. Therefore, under the present charter, the voters elect a majority of por un t6rmino de dos anos. Par eso, bajo Is actual carta, los votantes elig(nitiative process. the council every two years by electing two councll members and the mayor. una mayorla del concojo Cada dos anos, eligfendo a dos mlembros dei conc�nder the present charter, compensation rates of the council members and This gives the voters absolute assurance that they can be heard effectively in y al alcalde. Esto da a las votantes la segurlded absoluta de que pueden syfayor are as approved by the electorate by Initiative or referendum. City Hall at least once every two years by electing a new majority to the council oldos on el Ayuntamiento efectivamente, at mends una vex cada dos and if they so desire. at elegir una mayorfa para el concejo si as[ to desean. st Allen Grimes Under proposed Alternate Charter Amendment "C", the four council members and Bajo Is propuesta Enmfenda Alternada C a Is Carta, los cuatro mlembros d City Attorney the mayor wilt all be elected to four year terms. Therefore, two council members concejo y at alcalde ser6n elegidos para tdrminos de cuatro anos. Par ell. will be elected for four years at one election, and the two other council members dos mtembros del concejo serAn elegidos para cuatro anos an one elecci and the mayor will be elected two years later for four year terms. Thus, the y los otros dos miembros del concejo y el alcalde serAn elegidos dos adt ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE E voters will be Mowed to elect a three member majority of the council only once In despu6s para t6rminos de cuatro alias. Asl pubs, los votantes podrAn elel every four years, thereby cutting in half the number of opportunities they now una mayorfa de tres miembros del concejo solamente una vez cada cue he present charter requires that any salary modification for the Mayor and have to be heard effectively at City Hall. anos, reduciendo a Is mftad of n6mero de oportunidades que tienen ahora members of the City Council must originate within the Council Itself and, if ap- Furthermore, although the mayor Is only the equal of other council members on ser oidos efectivamente an el Ayuniamiento, iroved therein, be submitted to the electorate at the next municipal election. matters which are voted upon by the council, he is the presiding officer at all AdemAs, aunque el alcalde sea !goal que los dem6s miembros del coni his puts the members of the Council in the position of determining their own council meetings, and he is the official head of the city for all ceremonial pur- con relacidn a los asuntos sabre los que se vota por el concejo, 61 es queen p_rorth ry well it asking the voters for . raise in salary. Because of this seemingly g , If -serving situation, no change has occurred in Council salaries in the past poses. It seems appropriate that the people should require accountability every side todas las reuniones del concejo, y as la cabeza de Is ciudad en todas €ri�l ven years. The proposed amendment would provide for an unbiased citizens' two years from the person with whom they entrust the power to speak and act ceremonies. Parece apropiado que el pueblo requiere responsabilidad ca dos a�ios de la persona an uien canfla el oder de hablar acinar en nomt mmittee to be formed each two years with power to conduct research into for the City on so many occasions. P q p y unfcipal salaries and to recommend changes, if warranted. Such a procedure By voting "No" on Alternate Charter Amendment "C", you protect your voting de Is Ciudad en tantas ocasiones. vill take political considerations and motivations out of salary determinatlons rights and you insure greater accountability from government. Votando "No" sabre fa Enmienda Alternada "C" a la Carta, usted protege send put the latter on a basis of realistic merit. derechos de volar y asegura una mayor responsabilidad pro parte del gobierrl lhts amendment is recommended for adoption because it would enable pub- s/ Art Shaw 11 Art Shaw IC -minded citizens to be at least partially paid for their efforts. / Foster M. Gruber, Chairman, s/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Mayor, Citizens' Charter Review Committee City of San Luis Obispo JO ARGUMENT AGAINST SUBMITTED 4u-1 b ANALISIS i,... ARCIAL DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "D" Esta medida, si se aprueba, limitar6 a ocho (8) anos el numero consecutivo de anos an on cargo especffico. Baja Is Carta actual, no hay Ifmite del numero de t6rminos que pueden servir on miembro del concejo o el Alcalde. Esta medida pondrfa on Ifmite an el numero de anos mAs qua an el de 16rminos de on cargo. No prohibe qua el Alcalde o cualquier miembro del concejo se presenten a la elecci6n para otro cargo de Is ciudad, tal como on miembro del concejo presentandose para el cargo de Alcalde despu6s de ocho anos o viceversa. f/ Allen Grimes Abogado de Is Ciudad ARGUMENTO EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA D La enmienda propuesta elimina en gran parte el atrincheramiento politico. A Is vez permite Is introducci6n peri6dica en el Concejo de Is Ciudad de nuevas caras a ideas. Los que ocupan el cargo, si son efectivos y as[ io quiere el elec- torado, podran cambiar de on puesto a otro cuando se imponga la limitaci6n de tiempo. Se recomienda esta enmienda para su aprobaci6n para que los votantes pue- dan decidir sabre el tiempo que una persona ocupa on cargo electivo particular, an vez de estar a merced de una entidad politica que dicta los t6rminos. f/ Ronald Dunin, Miembro Concejo de la Ciudad de San Luis Obispo f/ Foster M. Gruber, Presidente del Comit6 de Ciudadanos de Revisi6n de Is Carta NO SE PRESENTO ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA ANALISIS IMPARCIAL DEL ABOGADO OE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "E" Esta medida, si se aprueba, crearA on comit6 de cinco miembros, consistente de tres presidentes de comit6s existentes de Is ciudad, elegidos por sorteo, y dos gerentes locales de banco, cuya funci6n serfa revisar la compensaci6n del concejo y del alcalde bienalmente y someter una recomendaci6n para su ajuste. La recomendaci6n de este comit6 se impondrfa salvo presentaci6n de objeciones por el proceso de iniciativa. Baja Is carta actual, los tipos de compensaci6n de los miembros del concejo y del Alcalde de aprueban por el electorado, par iniciativa o por referendum. f/ Allen Grimes Abogado de la Ciudad ARGUMENTO EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA E La carta actual requiere que cualquier modificaci6n de salario del Alcalde y miembros del Concejo de la Ciudad debe originarse an el mismo Concejo y, si se aprueba, someterse al electorado an la pr6xima elecci6n municipal. Esto pone a los miembros del Concejo an Is posici6n de determinar su propio bien, as[ como pedir a los votantes on aumento de salario. Por esta situaci6n de servir su propio interds, no ha habido ningun cambio an los salarios del Con- cejo an los ultimos once anos. La enmienda propuesta dispondrla Is forma- ci6n de on comit6 imparcial de ciudadanos cada dos anos con poder para Ilevar a Cabo una investigaci6n de los salarios municipales y recomendar cambios, si estan justificados. Tal procedimiento separarla las considera- cfones y motivaciones pollticas de Is determinaci6n de los salarios y pondrfa a estos ultimos sabre una base mAs real. Se recomienda Is adopci6n de esta enmienda porque permitirfa pagar, par- ciafinente al menos, los esfuerzos de los ciudadanos que se preocupan por el publico. f/ Foster M. Gruber, Presidente f/ Kenneth E. Schwartz, Alcalde, Comit6 de Ciudadanos de Revisi6n de Ciudad de San Luis Obispo Is Carta NO SE PRESENTO ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY CITY A'ct•GRNEY MEASURE "F" This measure, if approved, will require the council to establish a five -member Personnel Board to render advice on personnel policies as determined by the council. The existing charter permits the council to establish such a board whose function would be advisory to the council. s/ Allen Grimes City Attorney ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE F The City of San Luis Obispo has never had a Personnel Board to assume some of the problems now handled by the City Council and other officials. This amend- ment, fortified by pertinent ordinances, will replace the haphazard and, In some cases, non-existant methods now prevailing. With the increased sophistication displayed by employee organizations and with the complex administrative regu- lations imposed by State and Federal regulatory agencies, It is necessary to have adequate unbiased machinery to see that neither the City's rights not those of Its employees are abrogated. As an appeal board, Its neutral and public attitude cannot be overlooked as a major asset. The proposed Board is not to be given unlimited authority, only that granted to it by the Council, and consequently cannot overrule any judgments previously considered and rendered. This amendment is recommended for adoption because it will help to broaden the span of citizen participation in the City's operations without interfering with the legal processes of employee relations. s/ Foster M. Gruber, Chairman, Citizens' Charter Review Committee s/ Allen K. Settle Member, City Council NO ARGUMENT AGAINST SUBMITTED IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY CITY ATTORNEY MEASURE "G" This measure, if approved, will require voter consent to annexations of territory to the city, with the exception of land dedicated to permanent public use. Under this measure, the City Council would make a final decision to annex ter- ritory and such annexation would not become effective until approved by the electorate at a general or special municipal election. s/ Allen Grimes City Attorney i' ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF?eo*NSURE G ANALISIS IMPAhi ML DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "F" "YES" VOTE ON MEASURE "G" WILL REQUIRE VOTER APPROVAL OF AN- 1EXATIONS. ,riding land to the City through annexation is one of the most important decisions Esta medida, si se aprueba, requerir6 at concejo establecer un Consejo de P Lade by local government in determining the direction, size, and rate of growth sonal de cinco miembros para dar Consejo sabre normas de personal dor the City, minadas par el concejo. ,nnexations may also have substantial impacts on the City's ability to provide La Carta actual permite al concejo establecer tal Consejo, cuya funci6n ser sential services such as sewer, water. police and fire protection. Since much consultiva para el concejo. the cost of providing these services to new development is shared by existing ''ky residents, unlimited or uncontrolled expansion can have potentially serious f/Allen Grimes conomlc consequences in the form of higher taxes and utility rates, and the can- f/ Grimes de la Ciudad truction of capital facilities at considerable cost. Infortunately, annexation decisions are far too often based on the economic $nefit given to the owner of the property, while the burden imposed on City er vices and utlIIOes and the overall deterioration of our quality of life are for - rotten or minimized. Absolute proof that the present system is a failure can it easily demonstrated by looking at the haphazard City boundaries as they w exist. It is difficult to believe that the votfng public would ever have approved dreh an inefficient and costly pattern of annexations if they had been given a 40-17 e City's General Plan allows for a population increase of approximately 10,000 aplei (29%) within the present City limits. Annexation of additional land for ARGUMENTO EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA F 1rowth beyond this level will require the importation of water and construction rf public facilities estimated to cost at least $60,000,000.00. t "YES" VOTE ON MEASURE "G" WILL GIVE THE VOTING PUBLIC THE RIGHT La Ciudad de San Luis Obispo nunca ha tenido un Consejo de Personal p3M APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE FUTURE ANNEXATIONS. AS THE PEOPLE WHO asumir aigunos de las problemas que ahora tratan el Concejo de la CiudadVILL PAY FOR CITY GROWTH, YOU SHOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO DECIDE otros oficiales. Esta enmienda, fortalecida por las ordenanzas pertinentes, sullOW, WHEN, AND WHERE THAT GROWTH WILL OCCUR. stituir6 el capricho y, en aigunos casos, mdtodos inexistentes que prevalece ahora. Con la constante sofisticaci6n mostrada par organizaciones de emplead6oNlMUNITY ACTION PROJECT y con las complejas reglas administrativas impuestas par las agencias regf1 Jeffrey G. Jorgensen s/ Myron Graham ladoras estatales y federales, es necesario tener una maquinaria imparcl Chairman Vice -Chairman adecuada para que no se abroquen los derechos de la Ciudad ni los de sus er pleados. Como un Consejo de apelaci6n, su actitud neutral y publica no puer dejar de considerarse coma un importante valor. EI propuesto Consejo no va a toner una autoridad ilimitada, sino solamente que le conceda el concejo, y consecuentemente no puede anular cualesquie juicios de considerados o dados anteriormante. ARGUMENT AGAINST MEASURE G THE ANNEXATION CHARTER AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE A VOTE Se recomienda la adopci6n de esta propuesta porque ayudara a ampliar FOR ALL ANNEXATIONS participaci6n ciudadana en las operaciones de la Ciudad sin interferir con Isegiririrrg an election for approval of every annexation to the city, regardless of procesos legales de las relaciones de empleados. fze or purpose should be rejected for the following reasons: f/ Foster M. Gruber, Presidente . It violates adopted state laws (1978 Municipal Organization Act) which already Comite de Ciudadanos para Revisi6n r provide specific guidelines for all annexations and local laws cannot over - la Carta rule adopted state laws. f/ Allen K. Settle Miembro, Concejo de la Ciudad NO SE PRESENTO ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA ANALISIS IMPARCIAL DEL ABOGADO DE LA CIUDAD MEDIDA "G" Esta medida, si se aprueba, requerir6 el consentimiento de los votantes ps anexiones de territorio a la ciudad, con la excepci6n de terreno dedicado a d publico permanente. Baja esta medida, el Concejo de la Ciudad tomarla una decisi6n final pa anexionar territorio, y tal anexi6n no entrarla en vigor hasta ser aprobal por el electorado en una elecci6n municipal general o especial. Passing this amendment to the City Charter may result in costly lawsuits against the city over the validity of this charter amendment This amendment will cause additional costs to taxpayers by requiring spe- cial elections, additional ballot costs and city staff costs for preparation of ballots for elections for all annexations regardless of size or purpose. It may interfere with planning for rural lands adjacent to the city by encourag- ing the creation of small utilities districts and inappropriate urbanization ort the fringe of the city. The Local Agency Formation Commission, Planning Commission and City Council must already evaluate the appropriateness of all annexations. Annexations are already subject to public hearings to discuss environmental Impacts. impacts upon city services and costs to the taxpayers. The proponents have ignored the serious legal complications of this amend- ment and have made no attempt to make this amendment a workable part of the already adopted rules and regulations for annexations. The City Attor- i1ey has stated, "The Initiative measure must carry with it the burden of pos- sible Invalidation and to deprive the electorate of this knowledge would be misleading," The validity of this charter amendment has not been covered by the proponents and according to the City Attorney Is In conflict with state law. If adopted this amendment will prove costly to the taxpayers. f/ Allen Grimes Allen K. Settle S/ LaVerne Schneider Abogado de la Ciudad Member, City Council Member, Planning Commission r Ronald Dunin Member, City Council 40-18 ARGU. 0 EN FAVOR DE LA MEDIDA G UN VOTO "SI" SOBRE LA MEDIDA "G" REQUERIRA LA APROBACION DE ANEXIONES POR LOS VOTANTES. Arladir terreno a la Ciudad par anexi6n es una de las m6s importantes de- clsiones hechas par el gobierno local al determinar la direcci6n, tamaho, y porcentaie de crecimiento de la Ciudad. Las anexiones pueden tambi6n suponer importantes impactos sabre la capack dad de la Ciudad para proveer servicios esenciales, tales Como alcantarillado, agua, policla y servicio contra incendios. Puesto que gran parte del costo de proveer estos servicios a una nueva urbanizacl6n gravan a los existentes resi- dentes de la Ciudad, la expansi6n ilimitada o incontrolada puede tener con- secuencias econdmicas serias en is forma de mayores impuestos, y en la con- strucci6n de instalaciones importantes a un costo considerable. Desgraciadamente, las decisiones de anexi6n se basan frecuentemente en el beneficio econ6mico del duei5o de propiedad, mientras no se da importancia a se olvida el peso impuesto sabre las servicios de la Ciudad y el deterioro de nueslra calidad de vada. La prueba absoluta del fallo del sistema actual puede demostrarse facllmente viendo las caprichosos Ifmites de la Ciudad que existen ahora. Es dilicil creer que hubiera sido aprobada par los volantes tal costosa e Ineficiente forma de anexiones si hubleran tenido una oportunidad. EI Plan General de la Ciudad est6 basado en un aumento de poblaci6n de 10,000 personas aproximadamente (29%), dentro de los actuates Ilmites de la Ciudad. La anexi6n de m6s terreno para crecimiento por encima de este nivel, requiere la importaci6n de ague y la construccl6n de instalaciones publicas, a un costo estimado al menos on $60,000,000.00. UN VOTO "SI" SOBRE LA MEDIDA "G" DARA AL VOTO PUBLICO EL DERECHO DE APROBAR 0 DESAPROBAR FUTURAS ANEXIONES. COMO PERSONAS QUE PAGA- RAN POR EL CRECIMIENTO DE LA CIUDAD, DEBEN TENER EL DERECHO DE DECIDIR COMO, CUANDO Y DONDE SE LLEVARA A CABO TAIL CRECIMIENTO. PROYECTO DE ACCION DE LA COMUNIDAD f/ Jeffrey G. Jorgensen f/ Myron Graham Presidente Vice Presidente ARGUMENTO EN CONTRA DE LA MEDIDA G LA ENMIENDA A LA CARTA SOBRE ANEXION PARA REQUERIR UN VOTO PARA TODAS LAS ANEXIONES Requerir una elecci6n para la aprobaci6n de calla anexi6n a la ciudad, sin toner en cuenta el tamano o fin, Bebe rechazarse por las razones siguientes: 1. Viola leyes estatales adoptadas (Acta de Organizaci6n Municipal de 1978) que proveen normas especlficas para todas las anexiones, y las leyes locales no pueden anular leyes estatales adoptadas. 2. La aprobaci6n de esta enmienda a la Carta de la Ciudad puede ocasionar a la ciudad costosos pleitos sobre la validez de esta enmienda a la carte. 3. Esta enmienda causar6 costos adicionales a los contribuyentes por requerir elecciones especiales, m6s costos de balotas y del personal de la cludad para preparar las balotas para las elecciones para todas las anexiones sin toner en cuenta tama6o o fin. 4. Puede Interferir can la ptanificaci6n de terrenos rurales adyacentes a la ciudad, animando la creaclOn de pequefios distritos de servicios y urbani- zaciones inadecuadas en la periferfa de la ciudad. 5. La Comis€6n de Formaci6n de Agencia Local, la Comisi6n de Planificaci6n y el Concejo de la Ciudad deben evaluar, y actualmente, to adecuado de todas las anexiones. 6. Las anexiones est6n ya sujetas a audienctas publicas para discutir impactos sabre el ambience, sabre los servicios de la ciudad y sobre el costo a los contribuyentes. Los proponentes han ignorado las serias complicaciones legates de esta enmienda y no han intentado ponerla de acuerdo con las reglas y reglamentos sabre anexiones que est6n ahora on vigor. E# Abogado de to Ciudad ha de- clarado, "La medida de iniciativa debe Ilevar consigo el peso de una posible invalidacl6n, y privar al electorado del conocimiento de esta serla en- gariar." La validez de esta enmienda a la carts no se ha asegurado por los proponentes, y de acuerdo con el Abogado do la Ciudad est6 en con- Victo con la ley estatal. Si se adopta este enmienda ser6 costosa para los contribuyentes. f/ Allen K. Settle f/ La Verne Schneider Miembro, Concdjo de la Ciudad Miembro, Comisi6n de Planificaci6n f/ Ronald Dunin Miembro, Concejo de la Ciudad SOLICITOAO DE TARJETA DE VOTAW`" AUSENTE Mande esta solicitud a: COUNTY CLERK, inuctions Dept., Courthouse Annex Room 202, San Luis uorspo, Calif. 93408 pop la presente solicito Una tarieta de votante ausente para: Elecchin Primaria Directa 6 de junio de 1978 8 de mayo de 1978 8 de mayo de 1978_ _ 30 de mayo de 1978 DIA DE LA ELECCION CIERRE DE INSCRIPCION DIA 1- PARA RECIBIR DIA ULTIMO PARA RECIBIR UNA BALOTA SOLICITUD SOLO PARA USO DE OFICINA: Application Received and Filed EJ Delivered PBallot No. [_-]Mailed Affiliation Precinct No. Ballot Voted -Returned Mi derecho a tarjeta de votante ausente se base en la cause qua marco abajo: [] Enfermedad. ❑ Ausencia del lugar de la votaci6n. ❑ Incapacidad ffsica. ❑ Obligaciones religiosas conflictivas. ❑ Vivo mis de 10 millas del lugar de to elecci6n. S E CON LETRAS DE IMPRENTA) I (ECC ON. CALLE CIUDAD 0 PUEBLO ESTAOO AREA POSTAL POR FAVOR, MANDEN LA TARJETA DE VOTANTE AUSENTE A ESTADI ECCION: SI ES OISTINTA DE LA SEAALADA ARRIBA IRECCION. CALLE F STED HA CAMBIADO SU DIRECCION ANTES DEL IMO DIA DE INSCRIPCION, DEBE INSCRIBIRSE ES DE PODER OBTENER UNA TARJETA DE VO- TE AUSENTE (Pero Lea Abajo). e cambia el` de 19 Mi direcci6n es CALLE CIUdAD NOTA: Si se cambia a otro precinto, dentro o fuera del con- dado, dentro de los 29 dies anteriores a este aleeci6n, usted Puede completer y envier Osla solicitud y recibir una betota de votante ausente. Si se cambia a 01r0 precinto, dentro o fuera dot condado, mis de 29 dies antes do este alecci6n y usted no so ha registrado nuevamente antes de la fecha final Para esta elecci6n, usted NO puede voter. %.-IUURU Q PUEBLO ---FS—TA—DO AREA POSTAL Declaro bajo pena de perjurio que la informaci6n anterior es verdadera y correcta. Fecha de FIRMA (Firme como se inscribi6) (Cada solicitan to debe firmar con su propia firma) NOMBRE DEL SOLICITANTE CON LETRA DE IMPRENTA CORTE POR LA LINEA DE PUNTOS - ----------------------- -- ---- CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE ------------------------------ APPLICATION FOR ABSENT VOTER'S BALLOT Return this application to: COUNTY CLERK, Elections Dept., Courthouse Annex Room 202, San Luis Obispo, Calif. 93408 1 hereby apply for an absent voter's ballot for the: Direct Primary Election June 6, 1978 May 8, 1978 May 8, 1978 May 30, 1978 ELECTION DAY REGISTRATION CLOSES FIRST DAY To LAST DAY APPLICATION RECEIVE BALLOT MAYBE RECEIVED FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: Application Received and FiledBallot No. ❑ Mailed IJ Delivered Political Affiliation Precinct No. Ballot Voted -Returned My right to an absent voter's ballot is claimed for the reason checked below: ❑ Illness. ❑ Absence from the precinct on election day. ❑ Physical handicap, ❑ 'Con III icting religious commitments. ❑ 1 reside more than 10 miles from my polling place. 'NAME (PLEAS —PRINT) STREET ADDRESS CITY OR TOWN STATE 71 P PLEASE MAIL ABSENTEE BALLOT TO ME AT THIS ADDRESS IF DIFFERENT THAN SHOWN ABOVE STREET= ADDRESS CITY OR TOWN STAT IF YOU HAVE MOVED PRIOR TO THE CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION YOU MUST REREGISTER BE- FORE YOU CAN OBTAIN AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, I moved on 19, My Residence is STREET ADDRESS CITY NOTE: If you moved 10 another precinct, either in or outside this county, within 29 days prior to this election, you may complete and return this Application and receive an absent voter's ballot. If you have moved to another precinct, aither in or outside this county, over 29 days before this election and you have not reregistered prior to the Closing date for this election, you are NOT eligible to vote - I declare under penalty of perjury that the above information is true and correct. 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