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1977 RESOLUTIONS 1-189F r- MIC-8 I...; I RESVCUrivus, 1033 -1 . ._.. ow___ db.i I l� I t 1 w 1 RCA:bac 12 -8 -76 rl L u 1� :r �A CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 1 EXTENDING THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE HEAVENLY VALLEY SKI RESORT FOR BUS SERVICE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City and Heavenly Valley entered into an agreement on September 2, 1975 for bus service to the Heavenly valley ski resort; and WHEREAS, both parties desire to extend that agreement; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe authorizes execution by the Mayor of the extension agreement between the City and Heavenly Valley, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 4 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, iiM AUD WYNN NOES: Counci imembers JAM ASS ENT : Counc i mrm berg MM mayor ATTESTS � r ,-- Y 'City Clerk s (CITY SEAL) t I 1 P. i t 1 I AGREEMENT FYTENDING BUS SERVICE THIS AGREF -MENT is made by and between the CITY OF SOCTH LAKE TAHOE, a Wunicipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as 'City', and HEAVENLY VALLEY, a corporation, hereinafter referred to as 'Resort'. WHEREAS, City and Resort entered into an agreement for bus service on September 9, 1975; and WHEREAS, City and Resort now desire to extend said agree - went on the said terms and conditions as contained therein; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY AGREED that: 1. The September 2, 1975 agreement between City and Re- sort shall be extended until the termination of the 1976 -1977 ski season. 2. Notwithstanding the above, the termination provisions of Section 7 of the Septe. ^,ber 2, 1975 agreement shall remain in full force and effect. ti Dated: January 4, 1977 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE By `J- ATTEST: fir` City Clerk (CITY SEAL) HEAVatLY VALLEY Ly - — APPROVED AS TO FORM: City Attorney CFN TRAL ALGGRDS LE NO----/- J F TO:jk 12-13-76 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -2 ACCEPTING WORK FOR PWCl7E -14 INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND POWER AND TELEPHONE CONDUCTORS, CONDUITS, AND APPURTENCES IN THE EL DORADO CAMPGROUND AND DIRECTING CITY ENGINEER TO FILE NOTICE OF COMPLETION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that. WHEREAS, the City Engineer has filed with the City Clerk the Engineer's Certificate as to the completion of all work provided to be done under and pursuant to the contract between the City and FISCHER ELECTRIC, as Contractor, dated September 21, 1976. WHEREAS, it appears to the satisfaction of the Council that the work under siad contract has been fully completed and done as provided in said contract and the plans and specifications therein referred to; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AW, ORDERED that: 1. Said work described above be, and it is hereby, accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe and deemed completed according to the terms and conditions of said contract. 2. The City Engineer be, and is hereby, directed to execute and file for record with the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado notice of Completion of said work as required by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 4 , 1977 , by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIN , LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers UK ABSENT: ! —. Councilmembers NOK ATTEST: 'If Cit jeC I erk . (CITY SEAL) .z a �i i� 9 r Y a • =1 I r 1 7 a RCA:bac 12 -22 -76 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 05 RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 3 DENYING CLAIM OF RICHARD H. YENOVKIAN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on December 6, 1976 by Freidberg i Mart, attorneys for claimant Richard H. Yenovkian, in the amounts of $100,000 (est.) for special damages and $5,000,000 for general damages; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: is 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of Richard H. Yenovkian in the amounts of $100,000 for special damages and ;5,000,000 for general damages. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 4 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOBE, HOODS AMD 0UN NOES: Counci lmembers hlW ABSENT: Counc i lme- rs hOW ATTEST: �A-'City Clerk (CITY SEAL) XayV � Y x i P- f f r 1 GUIDE TO ATTACIVENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 3 is entitled Claim from Richard H. Yenovkian from Attornies Freidberg and dart law Corporation Dated becember 6, 1976 and is on file in the City Clerk's office is F;le No. 1 002 i 4 e a RCA: bac 1 -4 -77 43 1%.. CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -4 APPROVING GROUND LEASE FOR ICE RINK BETWEEN CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND HARVEY NEVILLE AND AUTHORIZING MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID LEASE RESOLVED, by Lhe City Council of the 'ity of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that a Ground Lease be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Harvey Neville for a proposed ice rink to be located at the Community Recre- ation Complex; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council hereby approves the Ice Rink Ground Lease between the above parties and hereby authorizes the execution of said Lease by the Mayor, a copy of which is at- tached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, along with Exhibits "A" and "B" attached thereto. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 4 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Co:m -:I.nembers NOE ABSENT: Counc,.lmembers NOME ATTEST: City Clerk T -cin SEAL ,1&21 L Xay W' t 3 _ I 6 ' i { GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City cf South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -4 is entitled Ground Lease - Ice Rink and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1076 s } r RCA -Form S- 29=-76 0 F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 5 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH IJ E TAHOE PYMFYDIUC; "_'HE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YFAP. BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN WHEREAS, a City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Esdget; and WHERE-AS, Staff recommends the appropriation adjustments enumerated on the attached pace; NOW, TiM.j=ORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation amend- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, o. January 4 1977 by the following vcte: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIRE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilnembers 14ONE i ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE f ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) ! r' ;rail yor A.MRZ VED AS TO FC RM A K-- �— U � - ` ' ' ' - GUIDE TO ATTACHMM The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1377- 5 is entitled � Request for Budget AdjusWent December 27 1976 ' ' ' " and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1044 � ' * = N ^ 4 n t i r' r* F l■ RCA:bac 1 -4 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -6 AUTHORIZING THE CITY TREASURER TO DEPOSIT Iii AND TO WITHDRAW CITY FUNDS FROM THE LOCAL AGENCY INVESTMENT FUND OF THE STATE TREASURY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, California Government Code 16429.1 authorizes a local entity to deposit its funds with the Local Agency Investment Fund of the State Treasury; and WHEREAS, this Council desires to obtain the highest legal re- turn on its funds in keeping with the security necessary for public funds; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Treasurer, John Upton, is hereby authorized, on behalf of the City of South Lake Tahoe, Post Office Box 1210, South Lake Tahoe, California 95705, to deposit and to withdraw City funds in accordance with the provisions of and for purposes of investment as set forth in California Government Code 16429.1. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 4 , 1977, by the foll3wing vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Counc i j members WKE ABSENT: Counci l +emirs NOME ATTEST: ciiy Clerk 1. #� s \� J Z 1 r 1 1 r RCA: po 1 -11 -77 F 'E. to CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -7 OPPOSING THE REDISTRIBU'T'ION OF SALES TAX REVENUES ON THE BASIS OF POPULATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, statutory authority to levy a sales tax was initially authorized to the cities of California in 1948 and revised to estab- lish statewide uniformity in 1955 based upon a percentage of gross receipts of all retail sales within a city, and WHEREAS, an effort is now being made to modify the distribu- tion of sales tax revenue through a per capita formula, and WHEREAS, such a per capita distribution would be unfair and detrimental to the City of South Lake Tahoe which has sought to balance its residential and commercial development in order to provide a good community in which to live; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED THAT: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe opposes any change in the local sales tax and use tax law which would redistribute sales tax revenues on the basis of population. 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to send copies of this resolution to all Lake Tahoe Basin state legislators and to the League of California Cities. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES : ABSENT: Councilmenbers MM Councilmembers NOSE i _j f ` ^1% f� {, r p :J7 f IlylJj City Cleric (CITY SEAL) `� '` I q. i NGWF. ew : dk 12.28.76 i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -8 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT Ah'D DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be com- pleted: Professional office building - structure of approxi- mately 1[100 sq.ft. on main floor with 200 sq.ft. loft storage and 600 sq.ft. basement housing mechanical equipment proposed for use as a dental office on 6250 sq.ft. Tourist Commercial zoned Lot 49, Pentagon Tract; E1 Dorado County Assessor's Parcel No. 29- 161 -47; more particularly located at 3679 Pioneer Trail (corner of Midway Road); South Lake Tahoe, California. Applicant: DONALD A. FRIER, DDS. WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has con- _ i pleted and submitted a Sponsor's Initial Environmental Impact Study, and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the enfironment and, therefore, it is hereby determines that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report_ 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to cacnpiiance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado J County, California. -1- i i f 1 I i 1 l w R PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, on January 18, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: CouncilmemberS CAPRI, LARGE, LOWE,WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: CouncilmemberS NONE 0 'r ATTEST: City Clerk CITY SEAL )Ihy6r 1` i GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attactuxnt to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917 -0 is entitled Pla",irtc Director's Negative DeOaraticr. Initial Environmental Impact Study Map of area and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1210 1. A. i RCIA: bac 12 -30 -7f CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 9 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR To EXECUTE LOCAL AGENCY - STATE AGREEMENT FEDERAL -AID IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS (CITY'S SAFER ROADS PROGRAM SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council previously authorized, by Resolution No. 1976 -236, an agreement between the State of California and the City of South Lake Tahoe for obtaining Federal funds for highway projects, i.e. pavement marking; and WHEREAS, it is now necessary that a supplemental agreement be entered into which specifies the Program of Local Agency Federal Aid Safety Improvement Projects; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described . Local Agency - State Agreement supplement for the City's Safer Roads Program (Section 205 Pavement Markings), a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an January Is , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci7members CAPRI, LAINE, LOW, WOODS AUD WYNN NOES: Councilmembers IiM ABSENT: Councilmembers UM ATTEST: - t City Cleric -, (CITr SEAL) i 0 • ' `.r '1 a I 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attach=ent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution Rio. 1977- 9 is entitled Program of Local Aaemcv federal Aid Safety Inmrovement Pm ects and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No_ 1059 i e i i I l� II l.� i 1411% r� 1 t%%%W 'VM 11 r. I RCA:bac 12 -30 -76 A LJ �7 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 10 APPROVING A PRIORITY LIST OF RECREATION AND PARKS PROJECTS PURSUANT TO THE 1976 STATE, URBAN IL-0 COASTAL PARK BOND ACT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on November 2, 1976, the State electorate passed Proposition No. 2, authorizing the State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976 and empowering the State to distribute funds through the counties for park, recreational and historical ac- quisition and development purposes; and WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the County of £1 Dorado will receive approximately $225,000.00; and WHEREAS, the Bond Act requires that a priority list for disbursement of funds to the County, Cities and Districts be made; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council hereby approves the following list of agencies and dollar amounts for the 1976 State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act: a. El Dorado County $41,543.56 b. E1 Dorado Irrigation District 41,543.56 c. City of South Lake Tahoe 91,272.32 d. City of Placerville 41,543.56 e. Tahoe City Public Utility District 10,000.00 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to the County Recreation and Parks Commission, as well as the County Board of Supervisors. 3. The terms of this resolution shall be considered as an application for any funds which may be distributed pursuant to the terms of the 1976 State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 1977, by the following vote: AYES: � co mcilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOW, HOODS AND dYa NOES: Councilaenbers ABSEXT: Councilanabers Ni�E ATTEST: e � _ CITY CLERK / / AAY OR a RCA:Dac 1 -3 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- it DENYING CLAIM OF LORENZO DILL RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on December 8, 1976 by Lorenzo Dill, in the amount of $50,000.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as 'Exhibit A', a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED, that 1. Upon consideration ar.d review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of Lorenzo Dili in the amount of $50,000.00. PASSED AIM ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc i Imembers CAPRI, LAIK, LOWS, WOOM AND WyNN NOES: Counc i lmember s NONE ABSENT: Counc i lmember s- NONE ATTEST: o —Z. -ye, & , -- C ty Clerk `. (CITY SEAL) T Z-,�. yor r I v' t 4 � 1 t 4 � 1 .. u v I GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 11 is entitled Clara for Ppmnnal Tniury (nf lnranyn niiil and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1002 t s I I PRO f 1 r 1 r i 1 3 _ S RCA:bac 1 -13 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE -TAHOE 42 RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 12 OPPOSING THE CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION PLAN AND URGING MODIFICATIONS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the current draft of the California Transportation Plan does not have the support of the citizenry of California; and WHEREAS, the Plan describes a system of transportation and methods of implementation which will seriously penalize the large population of middle income citizens by increasing fees and taxes on their principal source of transportation, the automobile; and WHEREAS, the Plan fails to foresee the great probability of technological advance in transportation vehicles such as the auto- mobile, which could readily occur if the State of California and the United States Government would encourage and demand such tech- nological improvements; and WHEREAS, further public testimony is required so that a plan is developed which meets the needs of the public; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council opposes the current California Transportation Plan and urges that the goals and methods of implementation be mod - ified to better meet the desires, needs and economic capabilities of the citizens of the State. 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to send a copy of this resolution to the Lake Tahoe Basin's State legislators and to the City's Federal Congressional representatives_ PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmenbers CAPRI, LAME, LUTE, VOWS AND NYNN NOES: Councilmembers WKE ABSENT: Ccunc i lmesabe r s NEE /* 41 Y ATTEST: City Clerk K �- (CITY SEAL) S. f, k ELR:csq 1 -i4 -77 FI CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -13 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE HONORABLE JUDGE WILLARD M. SALL FOR HIS SERVICE TO SOUTH LAKE Ti�HOE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, WILLARD M. GALL has dedicated 34 years of his life to public service, serving 22 years in the California Highway Patrol and 12 years as Judge of the Lake Valley Justice Court at South Lake Tahoe, California, and WHEREAS, JUDGE FALL began his service with oe California Highway Patrol in January 1942 and retired April 19E4; and was elected in January 1965 as Judge of the Lake Valley Justice Court, and was tnereafter re- elected to anctner six year Lem; retiring January 1977, and WHEREAS, JUDGE BALL, during his 24 years of public service in Soutn Lake Tahoe always devoted himself to the welfare and betterment of his neighbors and his community as a whole and has consistently tTrougncut nis tenure been know-. as a compassionate human being in the fair and equitable dispensation of justice to his constituents, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Soutan Lake Tahoe City Council, on behalf of its citizens, by adoption of this resolution expresses its deep appreciation to JUDGE BALL -or his services to the community and best wishes in his i:ell deserved ret i retnent. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the city of south Lake Tahoe on January 18 , 1977, by ue following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilnembers: KNE ABSENT: Counci]members: HOkE "R I - ATTEST: E L M L. ERSON - CITY CLERK i9 �� r T RCA: bac 12 -28 -;b CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 14 46 1 ORDERING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF PRIMROSE ROAD RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council finds that portion of Primrose Road, as described in "Attachment A ", is not required for present or prospective City street purposes and can be abandoned without adverse effect to the long range street pattern for the City of South Lake Tahoe; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above described portion of Primrose Road, as more particularly shown upon "Attachment A" and a map on file in the office of the City Clerk, is hereby vacated and abandoned. 2. The City Clerk shall cause a certified copy of this res- olution to be recorded in the office of the County Recorder of the County of E1 Dorado. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NOME ABSENT: Councilmembers NOW ATTEST: City Clerk (CiWK• � i 4 1 E !_ "ATTACHME ?.T A" BEGINNING at the Southwesterly most corner of Lot 1, Block 11, of Pinewood Park Subdivision as said subdivision is shown recorded by the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado on July 19, 1926; thence, 1. along the Northwesterly line of said Lot l North 29° 38' East 36 feet; thence, 2. along a meandering curving line to the Southeast 47 plus or minus feet to a point on the Southwesterly line of said Lot 1. Said point also being South 60° 32' East 27.4 feet from the point of beginning; thence, 3. along the Southwesterly line of said Lot 1 North 6O0 32' West 27.4 feet to the true POINT OF BEGINNING. K I 1.i f f a t ,t i i� i br 11/11/76 "ATTACHME ?.T A" BEGINNING at the Southwesterly most corner of Lot 1, Block 11, of Pinewood Park Subdivision as said subdivision is shown recorded by the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado on July 19, 1926; thence, 1. along the Northwesterly line of said Lot l North 29° 38' East 36 feet; thence, 2. along a meandering curving line to the Southeast 47 plus or minus feet to a point on the Southwesterly line of said Lot 1. Said point also being South 60° 32' East 27.4 feet from the point of beginning; thence, 3. along the Southwesterly line of said Lot 1 North 6O0 32' West 27.4 feet to the true POINT OF BEGINNING. K I 1.i f f a t ,t i i� i br RCA :po 1 -11 -77 0 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 15 CHANGING THE STREET NAMES OF 'OUR STREET' TO "DONNER LANE' AND "MOUNTAIN VIEW AVENUE" TO "ROYAL AVENUE' RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council conducted a public hearing after due notice on January 18, 1977; and WHEREAS, the above entitled name changes were proposed to this Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED THAT: 1. The name of 'Our Street" is hereby changed to "Donner Lane' in the Heavenly Valley area. 2. The name of "Mountain View Avenue' is hereby changed to "Royal Avenue' in the Mt. Tallace Village No. 2 area. 3. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this Resolution to the County of E1 Dorado Board of Supervisors in accordance with the provisions of Government Code Section 34092. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 18 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counciimembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYMFJ - NOES: Councilmembers— NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers XW rnlytry ity Cleric) (CITY SEAQ i i i I ,>t i A t 0 1 F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 16 A RESOLUTINN OF APPRECIATION FOR THE SERVICES OF RAY D. D.,ZiERAL ON THE SOUTH LAKE ;MOE RECREATION AND PARKS SOUTH ISSIOh BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, RAY D. 044ERAL, D.D.S. served on the City of South Lake Tahoe Recreation and Parks Commission from February 1974 to December 1976 with two terms as Chairman from January 1, 1975 to December 31, 1976; and W4EREAS, C"ISSIGNER D..k1QRAL was also President of the South Lake Taktoe Pod and Gun Club and was instrumental in initiating the hunter safety program in tre Recreation and Parks Department and directed a Commission Subcommittee :.o research aM assess the opportunities for a firearm range to serve the South Lake Tahoe area; and WHEREAS, RAY 0. DWx -_RAL has consistently shown his interest in the betterment of recreational opportunities for South Lake Tahoe visitors and S residents by his services on the Recreation and Parks Commission; now therefore V BE IT RESOLVED tnat t,ne City Council c; the City of Soutn Lake Tahoe, Cal : :o, „ia, by the adoption ci this Resoiution expresses its deep appreciation an behalf of the citizens of the City of Soutn Lake :shoe to RAY D. DAMERAL for nis services on the Recreation and Parks Commission. PASSED AND ADOPTED on February 1 , 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: Laine, Lowe, Hoods and Wynn NOES: Counc i I members: More ABSENT: Counc :lmembers: Capri ATTEST: YOR PRO TEN EI,LLYN 46ER -c” -- CITY QtP + f CITY SEAL 1i 'C' Is a i 1 F1 F r� 1 � ■ F 2 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 17 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION uF T�,E CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE TO THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DIST,R ?CT FOR ITS PUBLIC SERVICE IN OPEMN G ITS MEET:'.G ROOKS FOR PUBLIC USE The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby resolve as follows: WHEREAS, in 1970 the Board of Directors of the South Tahoe Public Utility District did graciously offer its meeting rooms at 1275 Meadow Crest Drive to the Citj Council o; the City of South Lake Tahoe, which had no permanent place to hold its semiaantnly meetings; and WHEREAS, t,e City Council did acce :t the hospitality of the South Tahoe Public Utility District and firs: met in the meeting rooms on April 7, 1970, and has met there at ;east semisror�thiy since that t4.me; and WHEREAS, the City Council will be meeting for the last time in the South Tahoe Public Utility District's meeting reams on Fetr..ary 15, 1977, ' 3 and degas it proper to adopt this resolution to publicly state its appreciation for the community service provided by tae Board Uf" Directors of the South Tahoe Public Utility District, in not only opening its meeting rooms over the years at no charge t,3 the City Council, City Planning Commission, and City Recreation and Pares Commission, but to many other, comFunity organizations as well as a place for public meetings; now tnerefore BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that this resolution be adopted on behalf of the citizens of South Lake Tahoe as a pub]-;-- expression of its deep appreciation to the South Tahoe Public Utility ''strict for making its meeting rooms available to the City`s many wort,aAile community organizations and in par.ic�ilar for the past six years to the City Council. PASSED, APPROVED AU r" "TED by the City Council of zne City of South Lake Tahoe on February I , 1977, by the folly nnq vote: AYES: Councilayers Laine, Lowe. Woods and Wynn WES: Councilmembers none ABSEKT: Counci lmemcers Capri 1 ;TEST: -� CITY - . - -- - _ , . csr v't Pi o TEA I 1! r 2 rm 9 -29- 76 0 CITY OF SOUTH L?A'F TP-30E P,ESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 18 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE T;diGE THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FICC:.L YEA_? BUDGET AND TR;,?:SFERRING, ;-PPROPRIA='IONS THPREIN WHE ,HAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHERE;.S, Staff recorzrieads the approFriation adj sstm.ents enumerated on the attached page; NOW, Tla7mErORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached a= nropriation a.F,end- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby ad=t.ed. PASSED AND : DOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, Califcrnia, on February i 1977, by the follcwinc vote: - AYES: Ccuncilnerbers Caine Lowe. Woods arc Wynn NOES: Counci!members � ABSENT: Councilmesbers Capri ATTEST: -City Cleric (CITY SEAL) mayor Pro Tem AFP2. :`!Z .a :0 FCR.M an 1^ J li i ��i rr r J F l -I .. 0 RE.N'LST FOR BU7,G : A�J ic:•,• l v..J. DATE January 18, 1977 t Depart:--Q=- head Date ' Date i D:recto�l J city ia:.ager Date Manager !11 I':CREI.SF AFPROPRI.iT :O: Acco� ;± :;ir-her Title of account Amount 20- 11 -01 -76 Chamber of Coemerce- hinter S Y 0 .GO 5 5 5 S S .LNCREASE REVEMUE Account Nurber Title of Account Amount -80-00-95 Revenue Sharing Receipts S i . s 0C . ^Q S S S DETAILED Rr- S0NS FOR BUDGET ADX S 7YlE- :°PS : Per Budget Authorization at January 4, 1977 Council meetin APP OVIM FOR ,DOPT7 :: t Depart:--Q=- head Date ' Date i D:recto�l J city ia:.ager Date a I M i RCA:bac 1 -25 -77 Rev. 2 -1 -71 * 1mc F F CITY OF SOUTH TARE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -19 RESCINDING THE AGREEMENT AUTHORIZED BY RESOLUTION NO. 1976 -271 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE MODIFIED AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the Council approved an agreement between the City and County of E1 Dorado for building inspection services; and WHEREAS, the County has modified said agreement and there- after approved it; and WHEREAS, said modifications are not substantial and do not effect City's intent; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of a modified agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and El Dorado County for building inspection services from January 1, 1977 through December 31, 1977, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit "A ". PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Laine, Lowe, Woods and Wvnn NOES: Councilmembers None ABSENT: Councilmembers Capri ATTEST: -City--Clerk f ;^ i ljayor Pro Ten J r i t i� �1 T i GUIDE TO Ai1ACHWENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 - 19 is entitled "Agreement" and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1047 i :T a ' � � I F F _1 � % ' '~-- " ° s i q. ■ j I i RCA-Form q- •29 -ib 0 CITY OF SOUTH L7-7 1F TP30£ PXSOLL'TION N.O. 1977 -20 A RESOLUTION GF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CT_TY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE ;,-MF!-;DINr, "--HF ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YFAr BUDGET AND TRAINSFERRI_ G, APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recormends the appropriation adjustr-ents enu:erat.ed on the attached page; NOW, Tiil Es OP.E , BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation amend- ments to the 1976/71 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. E PASSED AM ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, on February 1 1377., by the following vote: AYES: Ceun ci lmembers Lai ne, Lowe, Moods and Wym NOES: Councilresbers gone i ABSEN -T: Councilmembers Capri Itayor Pro Teo ATTEST: City Cleric (CITY SEAL? A?PE:•!� :3 FCIM -t `7 8 e 3 v-3 i G i ,•,_ _-7 I i %ccou nt `:L -�e_ Title of 'ccourt A^ou :t 01- 14 -01 -01 Attorney - Salaries $ 200.00 P :�ttornev -�eot S: nii?s ? 7C0.00 1 At- _�ues.b Sc: ^scricticrs 100.00 C 01- 14 -01 -25 Attcrnev- ta ion i'G::e s 600.0c ■ 01-14 - -21 r i- t c rn--:-- v -- It1c _ ICI' 4 riQQ . JO �j 01-14 - -� 't-crn ev- =rInLI :C 6 - lecroauc-:ion n J .�t} I I 3f 1 DATE . z ... 10, 1077 Attorney 410 i %ccou nt `:L -�e_ Title of 'ccourt A^ou :t 01- 14 -01 -01 Attorney - Salaries $ 200.00 01- 14 -01 -11 :�ttornev -�eot S: nii?s ? 7C0.00 01- 14- -u1 -12 At- _�ues.b Sc: ^scricticrs 100.00 175 00 01- 14 -01 -25 Attcrnev- ta ion i'G::e s 600.0c 01-14 - -21 r i- t c rn--:-- v -- It1c _ ICI' 4 riQQ . JO �j 01-14 - -� 't-crn ev- =rInLI :C 6 - lecroauc-:ion n J .�t} O INCP.EAS%D RnE::JE Account N•.z. per Title of Account Amount arcpert,: ujw:e �ecurea S 0 L5 0C . 00 E�LS_ness L tense - S 1,I00.Ov 5 5 DETAILED RE.?SO`:S FOR B DG7" APP ?.D t-"D -70R ADO? 73: Dep� - anteaa Date F4 coy iI_e�c.4 � Da to city z a-'.ager Date �r t iSS { 1 i 3 t 1 � L x 1 RCA. bac 1 -21 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -21 ORDERING THE ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE (DULEMA - BOWEN - ROYCE) WHEREAS, on December 21, 1975, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 197E -280, declaring a public nuisance and estab- lishing the date, time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, said Resolution set February 1, 1977, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would permit, in the Board Roam of the South Tahoe Public Utility District, 1275 Meadow Crest Drive, South Lake Tahoe, California, as the time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abate- ment of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of the above described hearing was posted and marled as required by the terms of said Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true and correct. 2. The City Council, having duly held a public hearing as required by the terms of Resolution No. 1976 -280, has heard all - objections, if any, to the proposed abatement of the nuisance described in said Resolution, and such objections are hereby overruled. 3. The Director of Public Works and the City Attorney are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and con- ditions constituting a nuisance, as described, upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City personnel or licensed contractors as, in the judgment of the Director of Public Works and the City Attorney, are necessary to abate the nuisance. 4. The Director of Public Works small keep an accurate 1 record of the cost of abating the nuisance. As soon as the abatement is completed, the Director of Public Works shall pre- pare and submit to the Council a report describing the work performed, listing each parcel or property affected thereby and listing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost to be assessed against said parcel. Said report shall be the subject of a duly noticed confirmation hearing to be sub- sequently held by the City Council. S. The property upon which said nuisance exists is described upon the last available assessient roll of the County of El Dorado, State of California, as: -I- t iSS { 1 i 3 t 1 � L r F F -1 Assessor's Parcel No. 26- 073 -22 <' Lot 5, Block 28, Al Tahoe Subdivision 878 San Jose Avenue South Lake Tahoe, California Assessor's Parcel No. 26- 073 -18 Lot 12, Block 28, Al Tahoe Subdivision 879 Alameda Avenue South Lake Tahoe, California 6. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are set forth in detail in Paragraph 2 of Resolution 1976 -280, the original of which is on file in the office of the City Clerk, and a copy of which has been mailed to the owners of the above described parcel. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 1 . 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Laine Lowe Woods and ktfnn NOES: Councilmembers —None ABSENT: Councilmembers Capri ATTEST: e • " � _ City Clerk (CITY SEAL) ` •♦ - T -2- 7yor Pro Tens i ij T I .R i f 6. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are set forth in detail in Paragraph 2 of Resolution 1976 -280, the original of which is on file in the office of the City Clerk, and a copy of which has been mailed to the owners of the above described parcel. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 1 . 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Laine Lowe Woods and ktfnn NOES: Councilmembers —None ABSENT: Councilmembers Capri ATTEST: e • " � _ City Clerk (CITY SEAL) ` •♦ - T -2- 7yor Pro Tens i ij T I a RCA:bac L -24 -77 I F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 22 DECLARING A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ESTABLISHING THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING OBJECTIONS TO THE PROPOSED ABATEMENT OF SAID NUISANCE (WRIGHT - HANSEN) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the owners of certain real property hereinafter described have been duly notified of the existence upon said property of a public nuisance and have been directed to abate the same; and WHEREAS, Lhe owners have, to date, failed to abate said public nuisance; and WHEREAS, said public nuisance exists upon that certain real property situated in the City of South Lake Tahoe, described up- on the last available assessment roll of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as: Assessor's Parcel No. 23- 132 -20 Portion Lot 13, Block 6, Tamarack Subdivision 601 Glorene Avenue, South Lake Tahoe, California WHEREAS, the names and address of the persons having an interest in said property are: Robert T. Wright and Joseph B. Hansen Post Office Boot 4238 Stateline, Nevada 99449 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitations are true and correct. 2. In violation of the Uniform Building Code, Volume III, Housing, the laws of the State of California and the City of South Lake Tahoe, a public nuisance exists upon that certain real prop- erty described above, to wit: A burned -out building and foundation, open, accessible, hazardous and an attractive nuisance to children, thereby constituting a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare and, therefore, said structure, debris and foundation must be demolished and removed, all as more specifically set forth in correspondence attached hereto and incorporated herein. 3. Zbe Director of Public iiorks is hereby directed to give �- notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the fora � -1- I f r ��'I 6.J I prescribed by California Government Code Section 39566, said notice to be (1) mailed, by certified mail, postage prepaid, to the owners, and to other persons interested in said property, at the address hereinabove set forth, and said notice to be (2) posted upon the property upon which said nuisance exists. 4. Further, the Director of Public Works is hereby directed to include in said notice a direction to the owners to abate said nuisance by removal prior to the defined date, time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement: of said nuisance by the City, if not previously abated by the owners, and the as- sessment of the cost of said abatement against the above described property, said nearing to be on March 1, 1977, at the Conference Rom of the E1 Dorado County Government Center, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Laine, Lowe, Woods and Wynn NOES: Councilmembers None ABSENT: Councilmembers Capri yor Pro Tea ATTEST: 14 U City Clerk (CITY SEAL) _ � T A CPAM J r 0 1 f Z 1 1 RCA :bac 1 -24 -77 • F I_ i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 23 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND TAHOE HCTMIAN SERVICES FOR TITLE II PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYMENT F'rNDS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Human Services, Inc., to obtain countercyclical monies available through the Public Works Employment Act, Title II, to fund youth activity and information programs for the community through Tahoe Human Services; NOW, THEREFORE, IS IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Colmcilmembers Lowe, Woods and Wvnn NOES: Councilor mubers Laine ABSENT: Councilmembers Capri ATTEST: yor Pro Ten %'City Clerk (CITY SEAL) -c t - ' j y� k I r E� i F F RC; -Form 9 -29. 76 is CITY OF SOUTH LAKE' ^_'AECE 0 4A �a RESOLUTION NO. 1977- ?4 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE r: E:+DZNr THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YFAR BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff rec=merds the appropriation adjustsr.ents enumerated on t.:e attached pace; NOW, TiffaE -OF—E, BE IT RESCLV.ED by .,he City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation aiend- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Counci1 of the City of South Lake Tahhoe, Ca= ifcrn-, a, on February 15 1971 , by the follc«i..g vote: AYES: Ccuncilrmbers CAPRI, LAIRS, LOWE, 4(K)OS AND �NNta FOES: Co,.mcilmembers WNE ABSENT: Councilobers IOW ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) / Mayo A?iZC`!EJ t.5 73 FG3M i_ I F I DATE January 27, 1977 NIT n T n PUBLIC WORKS - 012 Account ":=! er Title of Account A.-nosnt 01- 24 -03 -61 Public Works - Capital Outlay $ 400.00 (Clean All Parts (dasher) zi - 5 a 5 5 DECPREASE 7%PPROPRIyTION: Account Nxnber Title of Account Amount 1- - 3 -S Public Wcrks- Sr+all Tools S 410.00 to S S s 5 DETAILED REASONS FOR BUDGET (1) This cleaning bath /parts usher is strongly recor7*nded j solvent. APPROVED FOR ADOPTION: Depa r :me:. t head Date 1-2-7-77 Finance Direct Date �� f- V City Manager Dare �A e 4 i r i w j �A e 4 i r i w RCA: bac 2 -8 -77 ,0 F 1 a 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -25 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND TAHOE HUMAN SERVICES, INC. FOR OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING GRANT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Human Services, Inc., covering a grant in the amount of $19,504 under Title I, Part C, Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, for a project entitled "The Status Offender, An Alternative to Incarceration" approved by the Office of Criminal Justice; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement between the City and Tahoe Human Services, Inc., a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci l.members CAPRI, LAINE, LOBE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Counc i l ambers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE may-or ATTEST: ` City Clerk -1 -i �-i r� c ■ 1 i a F F F GUIDE TO AT±ACHME`iT The document referred to as an attacrment to City of South Lake Tahoe resolution No. 1917- 25 is entitled Agreement Between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Human Services fur Office of Criminal Justice Plannina Grant and is on file in the City Clerk's of; ice in File Na. 1046 and 11347 i i L f F F F GUIDE TO AT±ACHME`iT The document referred to as an attacrment to City of South Lake Tahoe resolution No. 1917- 25 is entitled Agreement Between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Human Services fur Office of Criminal Justice Plannina Grant and is on file in the City Clerk's of; ice in File Na. 1046 and 11347 i i 5A V f � I f� RCA:bac 1 -24 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION y0. 1977-?6 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE ARID SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and South Tahoe Public Utility District for engineering services to be provided by the General Manager of STPUD until City hires a new Director of Public Works; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1_ The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution of the above Agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which Agreement is attached hereto and incorporated here- in by this reference. 42 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc i lmembers CAPRI, LAI NE , LOWE , WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Couucilmembers NONE ATTEST: 1 ,.3 i City Clerk (CITY SEAL) J Mayo I k ■ .-1 k �I 0 • 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1477 -� is entitled Agreement Between the City of Smith � Tahoe and the South T?hne P,:h ?.ir frirt for Engineering Scrvjces and is on file in the City Clerk's cffice in File No. 1029 i t• 1 M� I �t i� RCA:bac 2 -8 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -27 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEVADA RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that a Memorandum of Understanding be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe, California and Douglas County, Nevada, to improve the traffic flow in and around the Statelxne /casino area and to set forth provisions clarifying and defining the intent of each party with respect to construction of certain street improvements in and around said area; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Memorandum of Understanding between the City and Douglas County, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci_lmembers CAPRI, LAIKE, LOWE, MOODS AND WYNk NOES: Councilmesnbers um ABSENT: Counc i lmember s RME Mayor ATTEST: ' City Clerk,. -- (CITY SEAL) r f GUIDE TO AIIACMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -_ 7 is entitied Memorandum of Understandi" F3etKeen the Citv of South Lake Tahoe California and Douclas County Nevada ..s and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File Rio. 1036 f k i C i� y i 0 CITY OF SOU77H LPXF 7 ,-F0£ P.ESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 28 A RF_SOLUTI0:3 OF "_'HE CITY COL. — OF TKE CITY CF SOUTH Lam. T,.f.CE i `t�°..:'DINr: ^_HE ADOPTED 1976 -77 F I C:-.L iFAR BUDGET RND TR;'_NSF F.RRI APPROPRI;,-7T0­_ ,S HER-IN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend t-he 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staf_` reCOrLmends the appropriation adjusuments enumerated on tae attached page; NOW, Tr'�F -�.: C??E, BE IT RESCL`J1.D by the City Council cf the City of Soot'_: Lake Tahoe that the attached app_opr,aticn amenc- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED r'.D rDCPTED by the City Coty,ci1 of the City of South Lake ^a::oe, Cali`_crnia, cn February Is 1877 by the follc-,;ina vote: AYES: NOFS : Ccunci? members CAPRI, LAINE, MOODS AND WYNN Cou:.cilmembers LOWE ABSEN.L : Ceunci lmembers Mw ATTEST: City Cer,c (CITY ! i\ Mayor /,PC;- :'f:: '.3 70 FC%M Y 1� + ;1 t r .r ,le 1 i a i 4 1 i 1 1 �. DATE— February 7. 1977 pj:r)uEST FOR BULGE: REQ'."" arJ-c"'— : a I :G DEPART.. City Council/Non- Departmental- Insurance T ::CRE?.S£ n: PROPFIyT:O account ':=.ber Title of Account Amount #1 01- 11 -01 -11 City Council - Supplies S 11033 t2 01- 16-01 -23 Non- Derartmerta? p 1, nnn #3 20- 24 -02 -62 Bus Purchase ' 2.134 _ S DEC- RE>.SE APPROPRIATION:: INCKEASE KhVt:NUE5 Account Number Title of Account 01- 80 -00 -21 Bus Tn.. nt mnx a f 2-0-98-00-99 Cnavurooriated Surrlus Argo un t 5 o n .2-t S 2.139 S 5 DETAILED REASONS FOR F>JDG T ADJU- Y!"�1L,4T:D: 1) Purchase of awards and plaques for Council distribution. 2) Cost of Insurance Premium and claims service 3) Purchase of two used G14C buses Per prior Council approval. APPROVED FOR ADOPTION: Depart-ment fieaci Date rte ' , Z- 7- 77 F " ance Director Date ylilGii�� z -1 -77 City nazager Date ti j i I i i RCA: bac 2 -6 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 29 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYERS ArM DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST AND ADVISE IN EMPLOYER- EMPLOYEE RELATIONS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Industrial Employers and Distributors Association for the purpose of consulting with and advising the City Council and the City Manager in employer- employ--e relations, and to assist the City Manager in meeting and conferring in good faith with representatives of recognized employee organizations; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, MOODS AND WYM NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers MORE yor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) , 1 A Fl F a -I v t RCA:bac 2 -8 -77 a F F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 30 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND VOLUNTARY ACTION CENTER OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE FOR TITLE II PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYMENT FUNDS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Voluntary Action Center of South Lake Tahoe, to obtain monies available through the Public Works Employment Act, Title II, for the provision of services by Voluntary Action for the benefit of the citizens of City, specifically Meals On Wheels and a Court Referral Program; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, along with Exhibit 'A' describing services to be provided by Voluntary Action. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilme*nbers CAPRI, LOWS, WQM AND WYNN NOES: Counc i 1 meters LAI NE ABSENT: Counc i 7 nwmber s MOwfE Mayor � ATTEST: 'City Clerk t5:1i'Y SEAL) I _ J r i x � -7 F F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 30 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND VOLUNTARY ACTION CENTER OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE FOR TITLE II PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYMENT FUNDS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Voluntary Action Center of South Lake Tahoe, to obtain monies available through the Public Works Employment Act, Title II, for the provision of services by Voluntary Action for the benefit of the citizens of City, specifically Meals On Wheels and a Court Referral Program; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, along with Exhibit 'A' describing services to be provided by Voluntary Action. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilme*nbers CAPRI, LOWS, WQM AND WYNN NOES: Counc i 1 meters LAI NE ABSENT: Counc i 7 nwmber s MOwfE Mayor � ATTEST: 'City Clerk t5:1i'Y SEAL) I _ J r i e.. s i i� i i I� `F f GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to Ctty of South. take Tahoe Resolution No. 1977-30 is entitled Agreement Between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Voluntary Action Center of South Lake Tahoe for Title Ii Public Works Enolo, -►ent funds and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1050 -: � r i T 'i J 4 0 F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -31 RESOLUTION DECLARING 1977 AS WATER CONSERVATION YEAR BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the State of California now faces a critical water shortage, and; WHEREAS, the conservation of water is the obligation aM responsibility of all individuals as a means by which to insure the availability of an adequate supply, and; WHEREAS, the South Lake Tahoe Chami,er of Commerce is coordinating a unified effort to insure public awareness of methods that can be used to conserve water, and; WHEREAS, water conservation is vital to the well -being of the City of South Lake Tahoe and should be of continuing duration, now therefore, BE iT RESOLVED, by the adoption of this Resolution the City Council hereby signifies its support of water conservation methods and declares 1977 to be Water Conservation Year and therefore declares that all residents and visitors of the City are urged to actively participate in efforts to conserve water. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS ARID WYNN NOES: Councilmembers MORE ABSM : Councilwenbers MOK ATTEST: CITT CLERIC CITY SEAL /cs9. _1 7OR _ oa i i t i Y y RZA. bac 12 -21 -7b CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 32 ADOPTING DESIGNATED POSITIONS FOR PURPOSES OF THE CITY CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE AND SPECIFYING REPORTING REQUIREMENTS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: wHER -_M, Section 2 -74 requires that this Council specify as the Code reviewing body those designated positions which are required to submit a conflict of interest disclosure statement; and WHEREAS, Section 2 -74 also requires that this Council es- tablish the reporting requirements for such designated positions; and WHEREAS, this Council has solicited comment from City offi- cials and employees as well as from the public; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED THAT- _1D 1. Exhibit "A" is hereby approved as the list of designated positions for the City of South Lake Tahoe Conflict of Interest Code. 2. Exhibit "B" is hereby approved as the list of reporting requirements for each such designated positions. PASSE AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on February 15 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAI[E, LOWS, WOODS AkD WYNN NOES: Councilmmbers WK ABSENT: Councilnembers UK ATTEST: 1 ` Citt Ole IL . ; (CITE %MAZ) lsay KJ 4 r ti i i i 1 i! 3 f � F F f I GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an atta&iment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution Rio. 1911- 32 is entitled Exhibit 'A" Designated Positions and Exhibit "B' Cate cries of Coaflict of Interest Disclosure Information - Reyortirp Requirements and is on file is the City Clerk's office is file Rio. 1231 't i �: z RCA: po 2/22/77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -33 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR THE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 'PRICE ROAD' 1970 -2 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted therein of Owen Dando and Gladys Janette Dando, his wife, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 1 , 1977, by the following vote: 4 AYES: Council members CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, 6MM AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NNE ASSENT: Councilmeinbers NOME 1 X-ikor ATTEST: a: C'ity Clerk - (CITY SEkLj, T I t 4 f RC:.A : po 2/22/77 0 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION N0. 1977-34 a AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND RONALD SHEDD FOR PURCHASE AND OPTION TO REPURCHASE POLICE DOG RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Ronald Shedd to purchase and option to repurchase police dog; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED THAT: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers WRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Couacilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NOTE ATTEST: T� � {�►„�,��" .-- � ""� vim. City Clerk tci TY SFAL) tt.. oz I 3 f rr } GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 34 is entitled Aareement for Purchase and Option to Repurchase Police Dog and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1047 and 1046 r RCA:bac R2 -14 -77 1 :r C• F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -35 APPROVING A PRIORITY LIST OF RECREATION AND PARKS PROJECTS PURSUANT TO THE 1976 STATE, URBAN AND COASTAL PARR BOND ACT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on November 2, 1976, the State electorate passed Proposition No. 2, authorizing the State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976 and empowering the State to distribute funds through the counties for park, recreational and histor- ical acquisition and development purposes; and WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the County of E1 Dorado will receive approximately $225,000.00; and WHEREAS, the Bond Act requires that a priority list for disbursement of funds to the County, Cities and Districts be made; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council hereby approves the following list of agencies and dollar amounts for the 1976 State, Urban and Coastal Paris Bond Act: a. El Dorado County $10,000.00 b. E1 Dorado Irrigation District 35,000.00 c. City of South Lake Tahoe 91,272.32 d. City of Placerville 35,000.08 e_ Tahoe City Public Utility District 10,000.00 f. E1 Dorado Hills 22,315.34 g. Cameron Park 22,315.34 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to the County Recreation and Parks Cammis- sion, as well as the County Board of Supervisors. 3. The terms of this resolution shall be considered as an application for any funds which may be distributed pursuant to the terms of the 1976 State, Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilsembers CAPRI, toUE, LOW, WOO AND isYA NOES : Counc i is tubers XM ASSEXT: Councilmembers MOVE J .r - ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) -2- -Mayor- i R ,s 1 F F RCA:bac 2 -16 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -36 RELEASING THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT IMPOSED AGAINST PROPERTY FOR THE COSTS OF ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE (SINGER - APOLLO GROWTH GROUP) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on December 21, 1976, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe adopted Resolution No. 1976 -279, "Confirming the Cost of Abatement of a Public Nuisance and Pro- viding for Collection (Singer - Apollo Growth Group)" and placed a special assessment upon Assessor's Parcel No. 28- 100 -02, Lot 29, Ryan Estates, 1320 -1340 Ski Run Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California; and WHEREAS, the full costs of abatement in the amount of $840.38 have now been paid by the Apollo Growth Group; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The special assessment and lien imposed against the property described as Assessor's Parcel No. 28- IOC -02, Lot 29, Ryan Estates, 1320 -1340 Ski Run Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, is hereby removed. 2. The City Clerk is directed to tran -emit a certified copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor, County Tax Collector and County Auditor. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Karch I , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AMD NY0 NOES: Councilmembers MW ABSENT: Councilmembers NDNE jj Mayor AT'T`EST : �vCity Clerk. J (CI" SEW 3 w I CITY OF SOUTH LASE TAEM RESOLUTION 80. 1977 -37 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LACE TAi" SUPPORTM THE CITIES OF BURhAM, GLENDAiE AND PASADENA IN THEIR EFFORTS TO PRE.&LME THE HOLLYMMO- BURBAiK AIRPORT FOR THE CONTIMUED USE AND CONVENIENCE OF THE PUBLIC BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake laaoe as follows: MWQF'a, the hollywood- Burbank Airport is owned by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation and is located approximately 12 miles northwest of downtown ;as Angeles, in the eastern end of the San Fernando Valley, in the City of burbank, Los Angeles County, California; and WHEREAS. this airport serves approximately three million people residing in the San Fernando Valley, the San Gabriel Valley and eastern Ventura County and, therefore, is of major significance to the regional economy; and MMM S, the iollywood-6urbank Airport is the only major privately owned air carrier airport in the United States and is recognized as a critical regional trans- portation facility by the Southern California Regional Airport System, the California State Transportation System Plan, and the National Airport System Plan; and SEAS, it is not possible for an air carrier airport such as iollywood- Burbank Airport to exist compatibly in today's envilrrAwnt unless publicly owned; and UfER£AS. Lockheed Aircraft Corporation has resolved to divest itself of both "IN ownership and operation of the airport, and to sell the property for real estate ""j devel n t should no responsible esponsible public entity purchase the facility; and WE EREAS, closure of the Hollywood - Burbank Airport would cause aircraft and Passenger activity to be relocated to other Los Angeles basin airports touch currently are at a high level of activity thereby placing an impossible burden upon said airports; and WHER..S, the loss of approximately 5,700 jobs with an estimated payroll of 565 million will adversely affect the local economy; and MIUMAS, tae City of South Lake Tahoe desires to support the Cities of burbanI Glendale and Pasadena in their efforts to insure that this important link in oar trans - portation system is maintained for use by the public; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: SW T1M ONE: The City of South Lake Tahoe believes twat the boilywood- burba&t Airport is as integral part of the statewide air transport system and would be retained for public use for the following reasons: 1. The capability to serve the ejWected grower = d=aed without "cream in the airport aim or damage to the envi.:ooment results from the tecanolo- gical advances is noise abatement and carrying capacity offered by the aeMer 9e4eratieos of ride -body aircraft; 2. lts ideal 9eograpbica1 location provides service to a region equal to 22i of the Los A09e1es metropolitan area and saw easy access:biiity rithim established freeway and roadway systems -1- I Y^ 3 I # i ■, 1 H . L 0 j i FI 3. Its use as an alternate airport in inclement weather for the Los Angeles International Airport is an important transportation safety consideration. SECTION TWO: The City of South Lake Tahoe wishes to advise the Congress of the United States, the Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation, the Governor and Legislature of the State of California of the critical Deed for direct action as necessary to preserve the Hollywood- Burbank Airport as a vital link in both the national and statewide avaiation systems, ana to maintain a high lev*1 of service to the traveling public and consumers. PASSED, APPFQVE9 AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lame Tahoe on lurch 1, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: CAPRI, Li1Il1E, LO E, WMW and WYNN NOES: !lone ASSOC: done ATTEST: Evelyn L. Roberson - City Cleric CTtT S�ad1 tt. 1 Ro§er C ri - mayoZ -2- I �i d RCA :bac 2 -15 -77 • JI. .f jj i2 d � 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 38 ORDERING THE ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE (WRIGHT - HANSEN) WHEREAS, on February 1, 1977, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 1977 -22, declaring a public nuisance and estab- lishing the date, time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, said Resolution set Marct 1, 1977, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would permit, in the Conference Room of the E1 Dorado County Government Center, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, as the time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of the above described hearing was posted and mailed as required by the terms of said Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true and correct. 2. The City Council, having duly held a public hearing as required by the terms of Resolution No. 1977 -22, has heard all objections, if any, to the proposed abatement of the nuisance described in said Resolution, and such objections are hereby overruled. 3. The Director of Public Works and the City Attorney are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and con- ditions constituting a nuisance, as described, upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City personnel or licensed contractors as, in the judgment of the Director of Public Works and the City Attorney, are necessary to abate the nuisance. 4. The Director of Public Works shz11 keep an accurate record of the cost of abating the nuisance. As soon as the abatement is completed, the Director of public Works shall pre- pare and submit to the Council a report describing the work performed, listing each parcel or property affected thereby and listing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost to be assessed against said parcel. Said report shall be the subject of a duly noticed confirmation hearing to be sub- sequently held by the City Council. 5. The property upon which said nuisance exists is described upon the last available assessment roll of the County of El Dorado, State of California, as: -1- F Assessor's Parcel No. 23- 132 -20 ' Portion Lot 13, Block 6 Tamarack Subdivision 601 Glorene Avenue South Lake Tahoe, California 6. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are set forth in detail in Paragraph 2 of Resolution 1977 -22, the original of which is on file in the office of the City Clerk, and a copy of which has been mailed to the owners of the above described parcel. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI LAINE. LOWS, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers ALONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE May r ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) i -I r I 0 f RCA :jmc CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -39 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LADE TAHOE OPPOSING LEGISLATION ESTABLISHING BINDING ARBITRATION PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, a legislative bill is now being considered by the California Senate and Assembly which will establish binding arbitration procedures for local public employees; and WHEREAS, such bills have been presented and have been rejected by the legislature during the last several years; and WHEREAS, binding arbitration for local public employees is strongly opposed by this Council because among other adverse consequences it will take from elected public officials who are responsible for establishing budgets and tax rates for the benefit of all citizens, the decision - making authority they were mandated to carry out by the electorates, now therefore; IT IS DETERHINTED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council strongly opposes the adoption of any legislation that enacts binding arbitration for public employees 2. The City Cleric is directed to forward this resolution to the State legislators within the Lake Tahoe Basin, the League of California Cities, and all Legislative committees that have hearings on any such bills. PASSED, APPRDWED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe am lurch 1, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmewbers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN XCIES: Counci imember•s MAE Counciimembers NOK Del Lain. Mayor i ATTEST: Evelyn L. tobers= - Cz ty Cleric V CITY SM ,L PF TIO r- f ti t I I 0 ,D CITY OF SOUTH L:-s£ - _,sFCE RESOLL'TION NO. 1977- 40 A PS-SOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY CF SOUTH ^_Aj,'_O£ r`'F:'OI': ^HE ADOP^E'D 1976-77 Fi=C.:iL YFAR BUDGE-'" AND TRrtiSFER I.`+rm APPROPRIATIO':S THERZIN WHEERE«S, the City desires to mend the 197S/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHERZAS, Staff reccr— Fiends the appropriation adjustre nts enix-aerated on the attached page; NO'.d, TI-L;:— GIIE, BE I'_" :tiESOL'� =D by the Cit�r Council or the City of Sou:.h !.a:-,e Tahoe t~.-at the attached app_opr at_on amend- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are herehv adopted. PASSED by Sout`, gate Ta^oe, Ca1_`cr::_a, by the _`oilcwinc vote: AYES: Co=ciLmenbers NOES: Councilme^,bers AB5ENT: Council=embers ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL? e City Counc' -1 of t_he City o` cn March 15 , 1977, fAPRI. LAIME, LOWE, k:UODS AxD WY?n NOME MC'!� 1 Mayor aprLC'rz.3 5 73 ECIM G 7 s:..__._� I .I i . Y I F 4 a ^,T QUEST FOR BL;�-GE; r I':CRF_�SL i�nPPC`•PRI.z,' ^'. 9 i i DA -.F February 24, 1977 RECREATION i PARKS No. 15 Arccur t `:L -uer Title of :s: CWUA. t A.-nol-it 20- 32 -01 -5I PFRFOF*"iI HOTS From, —,? T S i onn 5 S DE: PF-ASE APPROPRIATION: ` Account Number Title cf Account Amount 20- 98 -00 -99 UNAPPR©PRIATFD FFSFrnrF S• Fnn S S S S 4 DETAILED Rz.ASONS FOR BUDGET A;aJUS:?'.E1 TS : Appropriation approved by Council at January 18, 1977 meeting. APPPOVED FOR ADOPT MN: Depart :. -Aent bead Date Z - ' 77 Finance Dire, Da i City Mwiagcr Date ! t" ~s i 4 i f ti RCS.- 7'-_,r= 9- 29 - -76 2 CITY OF SOliTF L4;XF 7_r30£ RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 41 I A RESOLUTION OF THr CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY CF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE rME 'DINT, THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YFAR BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING ?? PROP RIATIONS THEREIN WHEREAS, -he City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget and WHEREAS, Staff recom=,ends the appropriation adjustr.ents enumerated on t_,e attached page; NOW, TFz' 'ORE, BE IT RESOL-�`ED by -he City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation anend- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are herebv adopted. PASSED ? -':D rDOPTED by th South Lake Tahoe, California, by the follcri.c vote: AYES: Cc=ci Iner hers NOES: Councilmembers ARSE?—L: Councilmembers ATTEST: City Clem-k (CITY SEAL) f J e City Council of the City c`_ C March 15 , 1977, CAPRI. LAINE. LOWS, WOODS AND WMN Nd�IE N� i �Sayor APF Cyz-J ta 70 FC%A ry i a G .� tit F F1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as are attacment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution Plo. 1977- 41 is ent-Aled Increase ADDrooriations - Request for Budget Adjustments - Flo. 14 and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file «o. 1044 i RCA 2 -28 -77 M s � 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 42 I ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT "PRICE ROAD" 1970 -2 (GIBRALTAR SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted therein of Gibraltar Savings and Loan Association, a California corporation, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 15 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE. LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NW ABS ENT : Counc i lmembers KOME ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) / yor 9 P RCA:bac 2 -28 -77 i s j 1 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION N0. 1977- 43 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 'PRICE ROAD' 1970 -2 (COSTA) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted therein of Giovanni P. Costa and Gina Costa, his wife, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LM, WOODS AND iiYa NOES: Councilmembers WM ABSENT: Councilors NONE ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL.). f- l*yor I f J i1jf 1 F A A � y� r RCA: bac 3 -8 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TANOE ID RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 44 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Mc DONALD'S RESTAURANT - a 3218 sq. ft. fast food restaurant featuring drive- through service with acces- sory parking facilities on a 3.5 acre portion of Sec. 4, T 12N, R 18E, MDB &M, zoned for GC usage; Assessor Parcel Nos. 23- 430 -23 and -24, at 1035 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe, California. APPLICANT: Franchise Realty Interstate Corporation 2471 East Bayshore Drive - Suite 500 Palo Alto, California 94303 WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental Impact Study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded upon review that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; and NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recomendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will crave an insignificant im- pact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated reca®eadation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, F1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South -1- J I i 1 I 0 rt Lake Tahoe on March 1, , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI LAIN LQK WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) } -jr -2- 3 1 7 J .. -W-% - I RCA:bac 3 -7 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 45 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: HARRIS MEDICAL BUILDING - Medical building of 2576 sq. ft., with possible second phase consisting of a 1456 sq. ft. structure, with accessory parking on a 23,003 sq. ft. parcel located in a HDR zoned area, on Lot 8, Block 5, Tamarack Subdivision No. 1, A/P No. 23- 391 -05, 2133 South Avenue, South Lake Tahoe, California APPLICANT: William W. Moyer (for Lee Ann Harris) P. O. Box AS South Lake Tahoe, Ca. 95705 ID WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental Impact Study audthe Assistant City Manager has concluded upon review that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; and NM, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. Tte City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant im- pact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said prcject does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on larch 15 1977, by the following vote: -1- f ) 3 I i 1 i t 'a t E AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS W WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmesnbers NONE ATTEST: ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) ray _ iW�i --, . - i�., -. r_ ..J iD PZ,- r j -2- 'Mayor i i E i No I-, F F 3 i GUIDE TO ATj VACHMENIT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 45 is entitled Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact and Mao of the Area and is on file in the City Clerk's cffice in File No. 1133 s i i i to.-I 4 • 1� 1 J� '1I 3 i GUIDE TO ATj VACHMENIT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 45 is entitled Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact and Mao of the Area and is on file in the City Clerk's cffice in File No. 1133 s i i i to.-I J ■ S 1 i RCA: baG 1 -9 -77 t CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -46 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE EXTENSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING FOR AN OCJP GRANT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on February 15, 1977, the City Council previously approved an agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Human Services for an Office of Criminal Justice Planning grant; and WHEREAS, an extension agreement for the Office of Criminal Justice grant is now necessary; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described extension agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and in- corporated hereby by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmaebers NONE i all �i e�� I . E r 1• I 0 i J V 1 a I 1 GUIDE TO A i ACHIENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South take Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 46 is entitled Standard Ogrcca�ont and is on file in the City Clerk's o €f;ce in File No. 1046 and 1047 I I Li I 1 y i 7 a RCA:bac 3 -3 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 47 APPROVING THE CONCEPT OF A RESOi7RCE, CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA IN THE TAHOE BASIN ORGANIZED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL CITIZENRY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WEiE.REAS, an informatioaal meeting was held on February 10, 1977, to discuss the concept of forming a resource, conserva- tion and development area in the Tahoe Basin; and WHEREAS, it is proposed that such area be organized and operated by local citizens to solve resource conservation problems; and WHEREAS, the Council to be formed will promulgate by -laws which will be approved by all affected local governments, including the City of South Lake Tahoe; and WHEREAS, this Council has previously designated two rep- resentatives to attend such meeting, i.e. Roger Capri and Richard Milbrodt; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council hereby supports the concept of Resource, Conservation and Development area and program within the Lake Tahoe Basin, operated by local citizens. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 35 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINiE, LOWE, MOODS AND MYNN NOES: Councilmembers BONE ABSENT: Councilmembers MW ATTEST: i` } City Clerk - (CM SEAL) mayor I I F 1 RCA: vac 3 -7 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 48 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: SIERRA-TAHOE ATHLETIC CLUB - Fourteen racquetball - handball courts with accessory gymnasium facilities, game room, snack bar, etc. in a 19,715 sq. ft. building occupying (with parking) 29.9% of a 3.1 acre GC zoned portion of Section 4, Twp. 12 N, Rg. 18 E, MDB&M, A/P No. 31- 290 -02, at 2565 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California. APPLICANT: Roger M. Davin, et al. P. 0. Box 6138 South Lake Tahoe, Ca. 95729 WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental impact Study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded upon review that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Counci� adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; and NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the reccamwndation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant im- pact an the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Enviroc*ental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to cosspliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California. PASSED ARID ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 15 1977, by the following vote: r- i t }i r .." s' J� ti S� F 1 i f AYES: Council-members CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS ARID WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE yor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) J J ' "T -2- i J F r } l 1 1 , x 1� 0 0 0 F 1 F GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of Scuth Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 - 48 is entitled Meaatire Declaration of EnvirormentAl Impact and W Of and is on file in the City Clerk's office is File No. 1133 f t f ew : dw M F l_ F CITY OF SOUTH I`? K E ��CE RESOLUTION$ ,NO. 1977 - 49 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING ":EG LI %T I�T,`,CT a_tiD DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF :)ETLRAI11:_T1J.N HiiLREAS, it is proposed t.at the following project be ccmpleted: "THE RALT -w iacguetl>all Club - an o46G sq.-Ft. 30 ft. Nigh structure Toussiing eight ball courts over ar. 18 -space park- ing facility on a 3/4 acre portion of Lots 11 and 12, Section 4, Township 12 north, range 18 East, ',. :D3V, on E1 Dorado County 1.ssessor's Parcel :;o. 31- 291-01, in a General Com- mercial district at 2757 Lake :'a:.oe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, California. Applicant: RICHARD M. ;_1,SH 'W1MRF.FS, the sponsor of the a:.)ove described prc ject has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Initial El:viroamertai Impact Stray, and the Assistant City Xanagef ads concluded upon review that, if completed, .t ie project will have an insig. ificar_t iiapact on the environment and, therefore, recomm nds that the City Council ad-opt a ::egative Declaration Resolution; NOW, TEEREFORE, BE IT CESOL%TD by the City Council of the City of South bake Ta=.oe t .at : 1. Toe above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, havi :g considered the reccrverdation of the assistant City Manager, hereby certifies t..at the a:.;_;ve descri:,ed project, if completed, will nave an insignificant : pact on t.-.e environ- ment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final ynviroaran:al Impact Retort. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject *_o compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicaile laws, ordinances, regulations, had the `..eras thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of t:.is resolution, with the incorporated rec :a ation, as a .ietice of bete�ation, to the Clerk of the Cour.ty, El Doradc County, Caiiforn ia. PFSSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake TaL" a on March 15 , 1977, by the following vote: _ T. I i ' ra i If i i ti a AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOBE, 'INNS AND LYNN NOES: Couricilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilraerners NONE ATTEST: City Clerk (City Seal) IYfy `V ;y l� "Y �%iayor I 6 �a In u t i F 0 F F GUIDE TO ATTACPMENT The document referred to as an attaOvent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 49 is entitled Planning Director's Negative Declaration Recomendation and asap of the area and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. K. 1 I s F � ---- | | | ] ` i:l 01, . -. Y RCA:bac 1 -7 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE f RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 50 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is stated that the following structure has been constructed: Private Boat Pier - Eight feet wide and extending 90 feet into Lake Tahoe approximately 740 feet south of the Nevada state line from a 1.53 acre parcel zoned TC and developed into a single family dwelling, described as a port*on of Sec. 27, T 13N, R 18E, MDBi6M, Assessor's Parcel No. 29- 010 -11, located at 833 Stateline Avenue, South Lake Tahoe, California. APPLICANT: KLUCKHUN CONSTRUCTION CO. Box 27 South Lake Tahoe, Ca. 95705 J -for- JEFF S. WALD 9120 Sunset Blvd_ Los Angeles, Ca. 90069 WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental Impact Study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded upon review that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; and NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETFJO41NM AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant im- pact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental _impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, v ordinances, regulations, and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of -I- L —I R I- R x � r } this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 15 —1 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOUT, WyNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE ABSTAIN: Councilmembers WOODS Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) -2- I I 4 r- I I E RCA:bac 3- 29 -7i7 I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 51 APPROVING A HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COUNTY OF £L DORADO IN CONSIDERATION OF USE OF COUNTY PROPERTY FOR A BIKE TRAIL AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is currently seeking SB 325 funds for construction of a bike trail; and WHEREAS, the City has received the approval of the County of E1 Dorado for use of such funds to construct across the County's property; and WHEREAS, the County desires a hold harmless agreement in consideration for use of its property; i4M, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit "A ", is approved and the Mayor is authorized to execute same. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on -April S. 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmemters CAPRI. LAIKE. Lp,E AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NMF ABSENT: Councilmembers M!lfn Mayor ATTEST: _t Cleric t 3 1 i 10 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -51 is entitled Hold Harmless; Annual Transportation Claim and is on file in the City Clerk's office its file No. 1075 I i RCA:bac 3 -17 -77 T i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 52 SUPPORTING SB 320, SENATOR GARAMENDI, FUNDING THE CALIFORNIA TAHOE CONSERVANCY AGENCY AS CURRENTLY PROPOSED RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: WHEREAS, SB 320, introduced by Senator Garamendi, proposes to fund the California Tahoe Conservancy Agency in the amount of $10,000,000; and WHEREAS, said funds are intended to be utilized to purchase properties for open space purposes, thus preserving the Lake Tahoe environment while concurrently providing fair compensation to private property owners whose land is sought for the public benefit; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council strongly supports SB 320 as authored by Senator Garamendi and as currently proposed. 2. The City Clerk is directed to forward a copy of this resolution to all Lake Tahoe Basin State legislators. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lame Tahoe an April 5, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Council.members CAPRI, LAINE, LOPE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmemt ers WK ABSENT: Councilmembers WOODS ATTEST: it Cleric SE�Lj yor I 1 �r i i F F T KHL :bac 3 -22 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 53 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE EXTENSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING FOR AN OCJP GRANT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on July 20, 1976, in Resolution No. 1976 -146, the City Council authorized submission of an application far an Office of Criminal Justice Planning grant for a Special Emer- gency Team; and WHEREAS, an extension agreement for the OCJP grant is now necessary; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described extension agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and in- corporated herein by this reference. 2. Resolution No. 1977 -46 is hereby superseded and rescinded insofar as it is inconsistent with this resolution. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an Apri 1 5, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIKE, LOiE AND WYNN i NOES: Councllmembers MOK ABSENT: Councilmembers WOODS i yor ATTEST: L1 I CnT SEAT IR t� My Y i T F a1 •sYw` • 1 i C'N':4ZC;a. ST1-t AlL tT a=rr. c r c -%. acs. rl C� b' -.0tA Tz:t ..-, %CHEIV7 i NT, made and entcred into th:` 77 rh- Staw vf C:al:rorn:a, by and bcmcca Statr of CahfomZA, throL `.- . i, du.i Tai::d fl ct av actinZ ME_r,. Fic[R A rota S-wTL wGa.C• ' ---' fXEiEXECUTIVE v R .,�L;� � 4rFICE 0: ,tltcTI�.c CITY OF SOUTH LAKE 714.si0E 1 2752 -1 - nNF.SSETri. Trat ttsc cam--2:--r for and in corsiderro= of dic ccrtnar.,';. m�?'tc , a =ze= __; Z--i c: ,=e xr 5cr: i z;er a rresst does herecy a, : to i=—=a to the State and Mate:—'T. s :;,i,.7as: • t /•_ A rzics ur be rs- .r..tTed by Ccnt�scm, vrsos:.� to cs pct3 Ccnt•acrer, tunrj�r De-; c.r Tu or ro�irk� �.: c �:.i ;riov c.-�.: r�t_r,=�,.�T, -,' c�r.j GRANT R;d 0 BETWEEN THE PARTIES HE 0 IS TO CHMGE THE EXPIRA7iC'4 t'.ATH OF THE PRC,'Mi iRO,4 Aoril 1. 1977 TO June 1. 1977 ALL MEP P-:ZGYISIG:,,S OF iiilz PREVIOUSLY AGREED UPON, :r.,\isiors oa he rcterse side herref ranagute a put of this agreement tT FMS WHEREOF. t�,".s agcem: nt "= been =ccuted by the Fu. �� hereto, 4,-= the date E--:t • e wl,z c= STATE OF CA1:.IFOi.\L-1 ;- FICE D Cr :MMAL JLIS T ICE PLOZLiI.NG rwLTiYDmlZC0 SIiAATUMC) 1 CO \, -TRAC OR G�TT*!CZ+t � � Gs_ � Twa�e �+�r��w•a. ��-a i�ac -.-� � t •�rc.r� -L SY ru LX .SECiITI : t Ot?E:. t�3 P_0. Box 1210 &=Act@ s.-..uca cti _ sw =rss c•cs� ...I N.rc or Cowrw..C- ca) Sout l Lake Tahoe. Cal i'Ornia 95735 be MAR Y+rfti Is Tyyr :p0m .rG1,ir.T or ..,a Csr+w.TC � wsrrwR�wTia� � r�wD _.� S No au:..,s r��uir 11"I"CW"59.R10 •w:_ww" iTCM cM.7TIw aTwrwlLs s wDi. MCNEAS7NG C%CU.t. rwwCT:Dw �Rw/Ki s wat IItCw�fiwG Cs�Lr l.�i �Tfil wL ATtr CJnT t7twwcC a I km4-y .. mot •mop "own penv,aes knwc+cd= zim b.g -rte mz'i' 1 T ....o. i t .: wr Ar. Oat -• /or tier ; -TV-d 'C--d a.a—_ z a :mss .sue- -4'-ww S-C- %ATA.009 OW wGCOrw TfwC CLIFPCtw OAT& ! br�!�- sxit�•t.3cl ai s�0•ri.tu�Lr.�r /ip► rrt::a ac _ J xc�i as a.•-ar ::.:rrn_:: _r �:c :. _r ....: . � -.� . . _ Ilts �G'-7 '� � and iAW 'keu —tali .Y'>Z'7: im T.0 -v Lv 23i �� +t i I i _ s i! !F f r k` } i t i RCA:bac 3 -28 -77 w i I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 54 RESOLUTION APPROVING CLAIM OF CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION IN SUBROGATION OF CHARLES A. OLSON CLAIM WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on January 21, 1977, in the amount of $739.43, for damages done to automobile of Charles A. Olson by snowplow driven by City employee; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is recommended, upon information and review, that said claim be approved for payment; NCW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: I. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves for payment, in the stmm of $739.48, the claim of California State Automobile Association in sub- rogation of the Charles A. Olson claim described above_ PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilors CAPRI, LAINE, LOW AND WYN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Cuuncilmembers 1tm for ATTEST: /t•"` .mot -..-�• - ,City +Cler t ' . S V ±y _ J i I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TKdOE CLAIM FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE TO THE CITY COUNCIL Or THE CITY OF SOUTH I.ARE TAHOE, CALIFORNIA Clam is hereby :made against the City of South Lake Tahoe, as fcllaws - 1. 'SAME OF CLAIM -IfT : 'jai linc Address-- Zip Code _Y 9f g if 2. Send notices resoectinc tZis claim to: sc�l4 T Sr L .j�� 7�irtyt Z 1 o C e 4 t 731 3. :nnury Clamed: a. Property daLmaaed 197& s/ d - ?/O b. Nature of in -ury c. Cause of Injury _ d. Place of ir._ury e. Late and %me : / -/2_ JJ 19_,.3;30 �tm. 4. Name ;s; of pudic e=.Iovee �'s: causinc tie in;ury as now kzoxn to Claimant. Cj;�t' /mss �i 1�.� � .✓ -- -T � 5. Amount Claimed: 5 5. Basis of comfl_utatlor. of claim re:.air estimates.. c_�.c bills, etc.;. _ .SP P lS►TTf�C� /!P a Dated: /- -21- 19 —= _.anature of C :aimznt or Person Act:nc On his Beni: :~roe or nrint 'lase of Person J ar t f r Oil # CITY OF SOU- -H Lrr.F i RESOLUTION tiC. 1977 - 55 A RESOLUTION OF TF£ CITY CO'- CIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH 1y, v "_;; HCE 7-:- ?:`".:DI` "C: THE ADOPTED 1976-77 r --Cn:. -FAR BUDGET AND TR.:- .NSFERR1NG ;-pp.LOPP.Inr'IONS THEREIN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and vmEREAS, Staff reccr ends the aP -propriation adjustments eni=erated cn the attached ease; NOW, Ti-i'�w= uRF, BE IT RESCL,,ED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe --hat the attached appropriation ar.end- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. P:.,SSED r-':D rDCP7ED by the City Council of the City of South, Lake ace, Ca.ifor= ia, on April 5 1977, by the f o 1 lc-ri nc vote: AYES: Councilr:embers CAPRI, LAIME, LOiiE AND WYNN WOES: CourciL.er'.bers ABSEh"T: Councilmerbers wmm ATTEST: yyi t} cleric _ T (CIiY 5ZA-L) f' �yor APF�:,t' =J rS �0 fG1�A a E Q I 1 I DECPE.,S� Acccur_t Nurcer Title cf Accour_r Amount 01- 23 -01 -28 5 5 DETAILz.D °.E`XS-O:'S FOR %:J'v�i r,•.T��.i?..�c 1) Five drawer file cabinet needed to file pla.^s and specificaticns due to increased building rer.it vcl,=e p?PROV '] FDR !.Do pT'�:Z: ::c3: -ate 77 ty :tanager .+a: e 1 1 i I i DATE March 29, 1?77 r �" I::G �::P,. ^ -.� , -: i•: 7-Cr-BUILDING & FAF1ETY #16 T "CREa`,':" x °F Title ^` Account ?mount 01- 23 -01 -51 Capital Cutlay c 175.00 5 5 S 5 DECPE.,S� Acccur_t Nurcer Title cf Accour_r Amount 01- 23 -01 -28 5 5 DETAILz.D °.E`XS-O:'S FOR %:J'v�i r,•.T��.i?..�c 1) Five drawer file cabinet needed to file pla.^s and specificaticns due to increased building rer.it vcl,=e p?PROV '] FDR !.Do pT'�:Z: ::c3: -ate 77 ty :tanager .+a: e 1 1 i I i 1 � i i� t RCA:bac 3 -28 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 56 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT "OUR STREET" 1974 -1 (MALLINEN) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1974 -1) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted thc. -c;n of Hugo E. Mallinen and Mary Ann Malliaen, his wife, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to e.Yeucte such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 5 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci1mpm rs CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE AND WYM NOES: Council rs NONE ABSENT: Coun.ci}members WODDS `- Ravor ATTEST: r / City,, Clerk (CIT7 -,� )� I t i a RCA:bac 3- 2ts -77 I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 51 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 'PRICE ROAD' 1970 -2 (BITTING) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property: NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted therein of William M. Bitting is hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such accept- ance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 5 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOVE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers WOODS Mayor ATTEST: 1 r City Clerk (CIT'Y ;SEAL) ,. J I r r s RCA: bac 3 -1_ -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1477 -58 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: INSTALLATION OF UNDERGROUND CONDUITS - for telephone wires adjacent to gutter area along ncriR side of Lake Tahoe Boulevard (U.S. Highway 50) approximately 1/2 mile between Carson Avenue and Tahoe Keys Boulevard, in the existing dirt shoulder area along the east side of Tahoe Keys Boulevard approximately 300 ft. between James Avenue } and Sky Meadows Court, to augment existing communication facilities to provide service to prospective telephone subscribers not able to be served currently. APPLICANT: Mr. R. J. Henry, Engineering Manager Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. P. O. Box ENG South Lake Tahoe, California 95705 WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental Impact Study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded upon review that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; and 1 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recosmw-ndation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant im- pact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable lags, ordinances, regulations, and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recamendation, as a -1- j I i � -- E� j I i � Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on _A ,n i1 5 1977, by the following vote: AYES : Counci Imembers CAPRI, LAINE, LONE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NOME ABSENT: Council.members WOODS ATTEST: _t city Clerk , (CITY SEAL) j Mayor I i 1 i � -2- i 1 i � F F E.T.R. N - CITY OF _EGUTY, LAKE TAHOE p. 0. S=X • S :UTH LAKE TAI-10Z. CA.LIFC;Z, \:A i5705 • FH=,NE [9167 542 ^5 NEGATIVE DECL -*.F_' T IC:': OF F`i'I C': E' '�i I'�:lCT 1. DESCRIPTIG:N A \-D LOCATION' OF PROJECT: Ins,allation of jncercrcure Conduits - for telephone wires adjacent to gutter area along north side of L«e 7anoe Blvd. (L.S. Highway 50) aoprox:- snately 1/2 mile between Carson Avenue and Tahoe Keys Blvd, in the e%.ist.'M dirt shcu'.der area along the east side of Tahoe Keys Blvd. approximately 300 ft. bet.:eer, James Avenue a d 5 =:y Meadows Cosrt, to augment existing communication facilities to provide service to prospective telerhore sub- scribers not able to ce served currently. Applicant: KR. R.J. HENRY, E "GINEEFANG ^'.AII; LR PACIFIC TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. P.O. BOX E'IG SOUTH LIKE TAHOE, CA 95705 II. STATE�!E\T OF ?.F.'T_T'W AZ DETE L'l' =.TiOti In acce:.:an:.E uitn Section iSuS3 of tae GUIDELINES FGR > _ ?L ':F:�TATi� 3F CALIFORNIA E,,'►'I:tiO'. S%TAL QUALITY ACT OF 19 1-0, I have reviewcd the Spons: i-`s �. environmental J.:act study and plazis for the above- cescribed project. On the basis cf t.-.1s initial evaluatian, iz has been dote irae3 that, this Proposed project could rot have a significant effect on time environ..en t. %%ile there will be some short -term impact an vehic --laT :raffic cove Tent d Ur 1 ±9 the course of construction, it will be mini 31, being nit -gated '-,v ce:^c scheduled at otter than tae peak traffic seas-:;n. Special tec!T.;ques will be used, particularly in crossing, the Upper Truci:ee River. t0 _:cid azy Ge e:ericus effects of tae act:al irsta_lation p_aced=e. Existing ;hzr-e and eiec:Tic .1 wires are tmd erground along right ay 50 in t ' s area; :.o rot es ex_st . Therefcre, it is fc-,wd aznd .;.zteri'inea --.-,at zhe prciwlseC I`..`.T�I LS T Iri Or U.%DERGitO .Z CC::. EI S, approved, will have an effect on the en ironzent . Accordingly, I rec:-A=end trzat the City Council, at its regular meeting of April 5, 1977, adopt a rescl;:tion certifying this ncgative ceclarati:r. Date: larch 8, 1977 for Co.7- .r,1Z`" De e►cL^eAt cc: Co=t7 Clerk IRPA (. LPA Lahaatan The initial s..:dy -ay :^•e revic.._d in z e Cal Trans r2) Planning Dent. : =rice at .r-z Uty :'rr'n�s *.�at� :'e Center, 3C5ri Lai£ .orze I • b OF ear 11.11,w' r-t44 'A A'* oo po ..\\\\'\ I Y 1 ",A 1111000" At If -41 it SI, �' 4 It I . I ..+ a ILA o A, ". rTi f W _ ARGAII I \S \-S OIJ 0 to 77, 4 - 101\ r I- 14 1 . A -, ;. v Ilk 44 A h to "tom skit r L A I. but .( A •1. 46 .1 N NJ J V V'•4 %-I As to Of //I A 41'1 In Ill 4 If It t I, Oil I At I I to #"t� I It to I 11'. AHbr ql rp, �•') • r �' .\ '\.;. If PI it Lj I -I 7 i I RCA:bac 3 -3Q -77 CITY OF SOi,'TH LAKE TAHOE 00 RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 59 APPROVING CLAIM FOR SB325 TRANSPORTATION FUNDS AND AUTHORIZING APPLICATION SUBMITTAL RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, SB325 funds are available to support, in part, the City's bus system; aid WHEREAS, application for such funds is made to the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; NOW, THEREFORF, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council hereby approves the City's applica- tion for SB325 funds for the fiscal year 1977 -1978. The City Manager is authorized to execute the documents necessary to i submit a claim application to the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 5 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIRS, LOVE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSEKT : Coun c i lnembe rs ADS i !mayor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) 1 `.. IR \ t -:1 r a I k 0 -'1 1 F GUIDE TO ATTACWEIST The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 --g_ is entitled California Tahoe Regional Planning Aaency - Initial Environmental Sudv and is on file in the City Clerk's Office in File No. 1071 i } s | --- | � �) / ^ -,mellow- \ , | ` i � , | � ^ h ^ RCA:bac 3 -7 -77 L-A f 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 60 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE RENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR SOFTBALL /BASEBALL PROGRAMS RESOLV- -D, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that a Rental Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the State Department of Transportation, covering land in the area south of Sierra Boulevard to be used for softball and baseball purposes; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINE AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Rental Agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the State Department of Transportation, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOPE AND WY%N HOES: Councilmmmters NW ABSENT: Councilmembers WWDS - Mayor ATTEST: 'Lity Clerk (CITY SEALZ 1 �a T a i GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachwent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 50 is entitled Mental Agreement- Land and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File fio. 1133, 1047 i �1 t 3' 9 r iy RCA:bac 3 -11 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -61 AUTHORIZING AMENDMENT TO PROJECT NO. 09 -0001, STATE BEACH, PARR, RECREATIONAL AND HISTORICAL FACILITIES BOND ACT OF 1474 (BIJOU SOFTBALL FIELD DEVELOPMENT) WHEREAS, Resolution No. 1974 -144, authorizing application and /or agreeing to the terms of the project agreement for the subject project was adopted on July 2, 1974; and WHEREAS, it is desired to amend the project agreement as follows: Delete the bleachers and restroom. The amount of the grant will remain the same. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council hereby approves the amendment to the project agreement between the State and the City of South Lake Tahoe. 2. The City Council hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the Amendment To Project Agreement, No. 09- 0001.2, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the State Department of Parks and Recreation, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 5, 1977 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers UIPRI, LAINE, LOWE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NON1r ABSENT: Councilmembers MOODS City. C k _ (CITI SEAL) ,mayor Y Qlila 1 3 r 1 aEPAATWE114' OF rARKS AP40 AECREAT!ON AMENDMENT TO PROJECT AGREEMENT State Beach, Park, Recreational and Historical Faci4ties Bond Act of 1974 Project Amendment No. U--XC' .2 THIS AMENDMENT to Project Agreement No. _ is herein made and Weed upon by dw State of California, acting through me Director of the Department of Parrs and Reueatioa and by the City of Sou tz Lake Tahoe , pursuant to fie State Beack Parr, Recreational and HiAw" Facilities Bond act of 1974, Chapter 1.67. Division 5 of the Public Resowces Code. The Starr and the Applicant, in mutual consideration of the promises made herein and m lice agreeme+u in which this is an amendment, do promise as follows: That the above- rnertioned agrearimt K arnended by: Delete the bleac'.ers and restroo©. The a=ount of the grant w: -'l reraia the same. Appropriation 550.000 Originaa Contract No. ;C -:E -7t o In all other respects the a rer: -ent of wtuch dus s an amendment, and the plans and spe+crf+wwm if reievam ttweso, " remain in full force and eftec- la wiuvsc wtwreos tie parties hereto nave otecimd ttus ainvWxnan as of rise :.ate ensued below. STATE DEPARTMENT Of PARKS AND RECREA7 X)% By �. �!�-_ .. =- 3' ? ? Dace ?!avor Appi, cant's Autiwr,zed kn7resesttative as s xwm in — - - - - Rssu>k+:son A?i &=VED tS TO FC4W Daft r • W r s 41° ---7;)t, mayor ATTEST: 6I �• ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) T _1 �J [e I RCA:bac 4 -5 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 62 DENYING CLAIM OF WILLIAM! A. HORVATH RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on March 30, 1977, by George H. DuFort, attorney for claimant William Alexander Horvath, in the amount of $100,000.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as 'Exhibit A', a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recasmendatiou of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED, THAT: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently avail- able information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of William Alexander Horvath in the amount of $100,000.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Affil 19 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc i Limbers CAPRI LSE ZLWE = Wf?&1 NOES: Counc i lmk-mber s ICE ABSENT: Councilmembers woCCIS 41° ---7;)t, mayor ATTEST: 6I �• ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) T _1 �J [e a L.J I � 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 2S 29 30 31 32 F MAR 3 p W? CRY Of 301iTti LAKE TAKk CAUVoW i 1 CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, THE SOUTH LAKE TAHGE POLICE DEPARTMENT, /�-n, rr,i.r� nr ► nr.t r j. D. ii1LL1STON (oar), AN OrF10ER Or' THE SOU H LAKE TAHOE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND ANOTHER OFFICER OF THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO: The Honorable Mayor of the City of South Lake Tahoe, The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, and the Clerk of the City' of South Lake Tahoe: 1. My nave is GEORGE H. DuFORT, P.O. Box AQ, South Lake Tahoe CA 95705. 2. I desire all notices to be sent to the following post office address: P.O. Box AQ, So. Lake Tahoe, CA 95705. 3. The date, place and other circumstances of the occurrence or transaction that give rise to this claim are as follows: On or about February 10, 1977, the claimant was assaulted, battered, arrested, incarcerated and falsely accused of speeding, running a red light and resisting arrest. The South Lake Tahoe Police Department Officers involved are Officer J.D. Williston (66P), and another officer whose identity we do not know at this tine. Please refer to South La;-.e Tahoe Police Department Offense Report 77 -1399. 4. Claimant has been damaged by virtue of his being battered, falsely arrested and falsely imprisoned. 5. The amount claimed as of the date of presentation of this claim is $100,000.00. 5. The basis of computation of the amount claimed is $100,000.00 in general damages and punitive damages. 7. I, the undersigned, an an attorney at law and represent the claimant, WILLIAM ALEXANDER HORVATH. Dated: March 28, 1977. GEORGE ff. DuFORT Attorney for Claimant, William Alexander Horvath �Y oil /e i% „r'r I I l$ AM DL~ GEORGE ff. DuFORT Attorney for Claimant, William Alexander Horvath �Y oil /e i% „r'r I I l$ 1 I RCA:bac 4 -5 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -63 APPROVING A PROGRESS AND NEEDS REPORT FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE STREET SYSTEK RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, every four years a report is made to the State Legislature detailing the progress made on city streets and county roads and providing an estimate of future needs of those systems; and WHEREAS, Section 2156 of the Streets and Highways Code requires that each city and county transmit to the California Department of Transportation a report containing the data that is necessary to detail progress and needs for its road or street system; and WHEREAS, the criteria for such evaluation were developed in cooperation with the League of California Cities and the County Supervisors Association of California; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe's Public Works Department has prepared the required report; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The report attached hereto as Exhibit A is hereby approved; 2. The City Clerk is directed to file a copy of this resolution and the attached report with the California Depart- ment of Transportation. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following vote : AYES: Counc i lmembers p;PETr L&. =, jac AND wam NOES: Councilmembers bCNE ABSENT: Councilziemiers Wpqoo t aycw ATTEST: '\ /) - CIty Clerk -- J 1� , i !r+ lip 1� , i !r+ r- ent to City of South entitled City Street ice in File No. —1 I 9- 29 --76 01 M rt Y � � y 1 i CITY OF SOU17H LAKE T:'. -HOE RESOLL'TIGN NO. 1977 - 64 A RESOLUTIO "7 OF THr CITY COUNCIL OF THZ CITY OF SOUTH 7.iE ADOPTED 1976-77 FISCAL Y"AR BLDGtT AND TRANSFERRING ;IPPROPRIATIO'S THEREIN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff reco=ends the appropriation adjust.:e .ts enumerated on '---'-e attached page; NOW, T �^ BE 1 T RESOL��ED h tie City Council o: t're City of South Lace Ta-hce --'-at the attached appropriation ments to ,.he 1976/77 fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED 1::D PDCP-ED by t.,e Cit_r Council of the City of South Lame _ahoe, California, on aril 19, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councii^,e. ^hers CAM, IAI',E, IAhE AND WY-,N FOES: Council:e.".bers Nm ABSE2:T: Councilnembers WD" 1 Mayor ATTEST: J City Cleric z (CITY S-;-L, AP��i'l.J la ; 3 FC�1 _ t;: ..:....:y I t r 1 �I s i 4 CsKeC i' ,k 1"1 S I 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. I977- 64 is entitled Re^uest for Budget Ad ustpent and is on file in the City Clerk's cf'fice in file 1o. 1044 i i I RCA:bac 4 -13 -77 0 FI CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -55 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, DEPART-14ENT OF CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the State of California, acting by and through the Department of California Highway Patrol, covering the attendance of Traffic Accident Investigation classes conducted by the CHP at the California Highway Patrol Academy; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe here- by authorizes the execution by the Mayor of an agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the State of California, Department of California Highway Patrol, covering the above referred to classes at the CHP Academy. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following vote: NOES: Counc i lmembers NON£ ABSENT: Councilmembers wpo[)S ATTEST: C- yor City Clerk (CITY SEAL);. I I i 1 0 4 s GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT ACHMENT The docent referred to as an attacn<aent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -fi5 is entitled and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File fie. 104E. M47 K L. r } a RCA:bac 4 -12 -77 i 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -66 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND CREEGAN Z W ANGELO FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Creegan s D'Angelo for engineering services relating to the construction of bike trails; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADAPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc i lmembers CAPRI, LAINE, ILA ADD iJYM NOES: Councilmembers NOW ABSENT: Counci l,emters WODS - 114avnr I M� i' i Lo F i . 1 F 1 0 GUIDE TO ATTACHMEHT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1911 -IfL_ is entitled Agreement Between City of South Lake Tahoe zed Lreegan & D'Angelo for Engineering ServicPS RPlatj= to Bike Trails �. and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1036 t 4 e t fr i s i i s i -„ti f RCA: bac 4 -15 -77 0 F 1 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -67 SUPPORTING A CITIZENS' REQUEST TO CALIFORNIA SENATOR S. I. HAYAKAWA FOR AN IMMEDIATE UNITED STATES SENATE INVESTIGATION CONCERNING CALIFORNIA REGIONAL AGENCIES IN THE LAKE TAHOE BASIN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the citizens of the City of South Lake Tahoe and thel.ake Tahoe Basin are currently, by petition, requesting Senator Hayakawa to initiate an immediate United States Senate investigation into the possible unconstitutional acts of the California regional agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin; and WHEREAS, this Council believes that California Tahoe Re- gional Planning Agency has exceeded its constitutional authority; and WHEREAS, this Council believes that the California regional agencies have encroached upon appropriate areas of local govern- ment to the detriment of the citizens of the Lake Tahoe Basin; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council hereby supports the citizens' reqpest to United States Senator Hayakawa to initiate an immediate United States Senate investigation into the actions of the California regional agencies in the Lake Tahoe Basin, in order to determine whether those actions violate the constitutional rights of citizens living and owning property in the Lake Tahoe Basin. 2. The Mayor is directed to forward this Resolution to the Lace Tahoe Basin's Congressional representatives and State representatives. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, IAIE, IEEE ADD WYDIi NOES: Counci lmembers KIK ABSENT: Rxm=ilm tubers kuCDS ATTEST: _ Mayor city CiAwk ( CITY SEAL) 1 I 1 KG:jk 7 -14 -77 -9-77 CITY OF SOUTH 1, :JM TAME RE:OLL►TION NO. 1977 -" A: "PIMING A PRICRITY LIST OF R^•,CREATION AND : ARKS PP.OJECTS PURSU.a.NT To TSE 1976 STATE, URBAN, AND COASTAL PARK BOND ACT WSOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEMAS, on November 2, 1976, the State elect.ozate passed Prc�position No. 2, authorizing the State. Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976 and - =powering the State to distribute funds t.z- oagh the counties for park, recreational, and histori:al acquisition and development purposes; and WFDREAS, it is anticipated that the County of E1 Dorado will receive approxi- mately $273,997.00; and WW WAS. the Bond Act requires that a priority list for disbursement of funds to the County, Cities and Districts be made; WOW, TBEREFOW, IT IS KEiuBY ZE"MrF INEZ AND ORDERED that: 1. :phis Council hereby approves the following list of agencies and dollar asolmts for the 1976 State. Urban and Coastal Park Bond Act: a. El Dorado Co =ty $,2,127.98 L El Dorado Irrigation District 42,45C.60 c. City of South Lake 'Tahoe 110,704.83 C. City of Placerville 42,450.60 e. Tahoe City Public Utility District 1-2,128.03 f. E1 Dorado Sills 27,067.48 g- Cameron Park 27,067.48 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to the County Recreation and Parks Crvmission, as well as the County Boar of Superviscrs_ 3. The teas of this resolution shall be considered as an application for any funds which may be distributed pursuant tc the teas of the 1976 State, Urban and Coastal Bond Act. PASSED MW ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Fake Tahoe on April Ig , 1977 by the following vote: AYES: C,ouncilmembers C UW, IAIM, IOW AND h1M NCES: Coaaci'Aewn� NOW �B.SE7!! : Lbaaci laeebers WXD6 AMEST: A. e City e4wm- (CITY SEAL) J s RCA:b4kc 4 -14' 77 F F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 59 RECOMMENDING TO THE STATE REGIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD, LAHONTAN REGION, THAT IT EXTEND ITS ORDER AGAINST THE FALLEN LEAF LAKE REGION TO PERMIT FURTHER TIME FOR THAT AREA TO MEET MATER QUALITY STANDARDS, AND THAT IT NOT AUTHORIZE RESERVATION OF SEWAGE CAPACITY IN THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT TREATMENT FACILITY FOR THE FAT-T LEAF LAKE REGION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it currently appears certain that a limitation on new sewer connections to the South Tahoe Public Utility District sewage treatment plant will be imposed; and WHEREAS, such limitation requires that an allocation system to equitably distribute the remaining sewage treatment facility capacity be established; and WHEREAS, this Council has reviewed the situation as it effects ., the Fallen Leaf Lake region residents; J NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED 1ti'D ORDERED that: s f 1. This Council hereby recommends to the State Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region, that it extend its existing order against the Fallen Leaf Lake region in order to grant further time for those residents to meet water quality standards. 2. This Council hereby recommends that the State Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region, not recommend reservation of block capacity in the South Tahoe Public Utility District for the Fallen Leaf Lake region residents because: (a) Such residents of the Fallen Leaf Lake region have historically resisted participation in the South Tahoe Public Utility District and have refused to become a part of that as- sessment district. (b) It is inappropriate, both from an ethical and legal standpoint, to allow property owners who have never participated in such an assessment district to utilize the benefits of that district to the detriment of those property owners who have been paying on bonds issued by the Public Utility District. (c) It is unsound, from a land management standpoint, to allow vacant properties in the Fallen Leaf Lake region to now r -1- I fi 1 4 1 �J f I �., join the South Tahoe Public Utility District, thus creating the potential for further growth where there already exists a short- age of service capabilities. 3. The City Clerk is directed to forward a copy of this Resolution to the State Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region, to the South Tahoe Public Utility District, and to California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following ;rote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOBE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers CNE ABSENT: Councilmembers WOODS ATTEST: r..+d City Clerk (CITY SEAL) Mayor W R F- 11 -7 I I I i I RCA:bac 4 -14 -17 0 i 1 I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -70 RECOMMENDING TO THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT THAT THERE BE NO BLOCK RESERVATION OF CAPACITY IN THE EXISTING SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY FOR FALLEN LEAF LAKE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC. RESIDENTS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, at its April 7, 1977 meeting, the South Tahoe Public Utility District Board of Directors requested that the City of South Lake Tahoe and others evaluate whether a reserve capacity ought to be provided for the Fallen Leaf Lake Improvement Associ- ation, Inc. residents; and WHEREAS, this Council is familiar with the historical pos- ition of the private landowner residents of the east and south shores of the Fallen Leaf Lake region, which has been to resist participation in the South Tahoe Public Utility District; and WHEREAS, this Council has recently reviewed the March 25, 1977 Memorandum of Understanding between the South Tahoe Public Utility District and the Fallen Leaf Lake Improvement Association, Inc-; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: ! 1. This Council hereby recommends to t1w South Tahoe Public Utility District that no block reservation of capacity be made for private landowner residents of the east and south shores of the Fallen Leaf Lake region. In support of this recommendation. this Council concludes: (a) Such residents of the Fallen Leaf Lake region have historically resisted participation in the South Tahoe Public Utility District and have refused to become a part of that as- sessment district. (b) It is inappropriate, both from an ethical and legal standpoint, to allow property owners who have never participated in such an assessment district to utilize the benefits of that Li district to the detriment of those property owners who have been paying on bonds issued by the Public Utility District_ (c) It is unsound, from a land management standpoint, to allow vacant properties in the Fallen Leaf Lake region to now join the South Tahoe Public utility District, thus creating the potential for further growth wthere there already exists a short - %.r age of service capabilities. Awn f -1- 19 i i - •.AL-a — I =t i - .T r j r 2. The City Clerk is directed to forward a copy of this Resolution to the South Tahoe Regional Water Quality Control Public Utility District, to State Board, Lahontan Region, and to California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency_ PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc ilmembers CAPRI, L.AIME , LOWE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONCE ASSENT: Councilmembers WDODS ATTEST: Mayor i City Clerk (CITY SEAL) ( s i =t i - .T r F 3 R-A- 9 -29. 76 0 CITY OF SOUTH L <r.F 71 --COL RESOLUTI0N NO- 1977 - 71 A RFSOLUTION OF CT-Y COt":CIL OF THE CIT'1 OF SOUTH L;Li: m .CE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET AND TRr'.::SFERR1N,—, p_ pR0PR1A: !U :S THEREIN WHERE;-S, the City desires to amer_d the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHETS, Staff racorn en's the appropriation adjustments enumerated on the attached pace; m �- :•.= BE IT RESCLVED ty t_ne City Council Of the NOW , 1 I-� t.= G � , - City of South Lace Ta_^_oe that the atrac: ached aeorcrria_,or. a -e ^c- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Bucket are hereby adopted. rTE by the City Ccunc;'_ of the City of PASSED ?� :D F•DCr _ D South 7a-2 7a. e, oz a-., 24 1977 . by the follc«i_.c vote: AYES : Ccnnci Jr. en, hers ,,-,r - •-�- - NOES: Council-nembers I� ABSE�'T: Cour.cilmembers ( mayor ATTEST: \� `■• City Clerk (CITY SF.P.r) {� ?�;, .'-J !3 yO ECIvl _� Q: y A;.. -:7 f j� f � DAT£ April 12, 1977 REOUEST FOR BC ;GET AOJ'JS: ':`IT PEQL'ESTI::G - EPART. -?a1T: NON- DEPARTMENTAL #19 =7?CRE_2,SF APP ?OPRIyTION: 7,ccoun`. Nu.^,ber Title of Acce-2nt Amount 01- 16 -01 -23 INSURANCE $2,750.00 a s s s s s INCREASE ESTIMATED REVENUE Account Nurser Title of Account Amount Unsecurea Property Taxes 52,750.00 t � S S DETAILED PF.- kSO':S FOR BUDGET AD. l ST~:- +TS : 1) To purchase Public Employees Liability insurance per attached report. APPPOVED FOR ADOPTI3N: Dena_ t=eat head Date I'ir.jz=-.;e Eire Date city :_a::3er Date I C:. i t i 1 t: _t RCA: bac 4 -19 -77 N F 1 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -72 OPPOSING ASSEMBLY BILLS 1615 AND 1616 (GUALCO) WHICH UNCONSTITUTIONALLY SEEK TO ESTABLISH A USERS' FEE WITHIN THE CALIFORNIA PORTION OF THE LAKE TAHOE BASIN TO BE MANAGED AND EXPENDED BY AN APPOINTED STATE AGENCY, THE CALIFORNIA TAHOE CONSERVANCY AGENCY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, Assembly Bills 1615 and 1616 have been introduced this legislative session by Assemblyman Gualco, who is not a Basin representative, to apply solely to the Lake Tahoe Basin; and WHEREAS, their obvious consequences will be (1) to widen the rift between local and state government in the Tahoe Basin; (2) to frustrate the need for regional planning which coopera- tively must include the State of Nevada; (3) to authorize monies to condemn private property in the name of an appointed body which is in no way answerable to the electorate; and (4) to thoroughly contradict the State of California's expressed goal to strengthen the planning capabilities of the bi -state Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; and WHEREAS, the concept of a users' fee has been elsewhere attempted in this state and has been rejected by the officials and citizens of local government; and WHEREAS, a users' fee is both unconstitutional as a tax on the use of transportation modes which is not to be spent on roads and highways (Article YIX, California Constitution) and is un- enforceable on private property and in the State of Nevada; and WHEREAS, the projects for which monies collected by the users' fee could be spent are to be approved by the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, an appointed body, and by provi- sions of the bills would automatically eliminate local government recreation projects; and WHEREAS, the bills adopt by reference the plans of the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency without regard to the planning concept previously enacted by the joint approvals of California and Nevada, which authorize a regional plan of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; J WN, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMIN30 AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council strongly opposes the enactment of Assembly Bills 1615 and 1616 (Gualco) for the following reasons: 'r -1- L t op- 9 a a. The bills are contrary to the cooperation which is necessary between the States of California and Nevada because they ignore and thoroughly frustrate the expressed desires of both states to plan the area on a regional basis; b. The present legislative effort of the State of Nevada, at the urging of California, to strengthen the capability of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to function to the satis- faction of both states is severely threatened by the introduction of these bills; c. The bills create another level of appointed beaur- acracy which has condemnation authority and which consists primarily of members from outside the Basin who are in no way answerable to the electorate; d. The concept of a users' fee is both unconstitutional as a tax and unenforceable and bears no necessary relationship to use of recreational facilities; e. The establishment of a users' fee which exempts persons traveling from outside the Basin, e. g. Sacramento, to a point in Nevada, e. g. Stateline, where California has no authority to enforce any law is potentially ruinous of the economy of the City of Souty Lake Tahoe, a California city, in that travelers will be encouraged to lodge, dine and shop in Nevada rather than pay users' fees in California and submit to the toll booth checkpoints seemingly required by the bills. f. A users' fee cannot, in the opinion of Federal of- ficials, be collected from Federal employees in the course of their duties or on Federal lands which constitute well over half of the Basin's lands. 2. The Mayor is directed to forward a copy of this Resolu- tion to all California and United States Senators representing the Lake Tahoe Basin and to make such Resolution available to those ccsomittees who will be reviewing said bills. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilsnmbers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers "M ABSENT: Counc i lmembers WOODS ATTEST: / IMayor itp Clerk (CITi SEAL) -2- I x� I u ' r Y4 to f RCA: bac 4 -12 -77 to I I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -73 APPROVING THE FINAL MAP OF AL TAHOE LAKEVIEW TOWNHOUSES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe has heretofore approved a tentative map of Al Tahoe Lakeview Townhouses, a condominium development in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of £1 Dorado, State of California; and WHEREAS, certain improvements shall be completed in ac- cordance with improvements plans, as a condition of said approval; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED: 1. That the City Council, on behalf of the City of South Lake Tahoe, hereby approves the Final Map of Al Tahoe Lakeview Townhouses (SUB /73 -08), a copy of which is attached hereto. 2. Further, that the City Council hereby approves the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions attached hereto and made a part hereof. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen rs CAM, LADE, IDW AND WyM NOES: Counci lmembers Now ABS ENT : Counc i imember s Wo0DS A' 7yor "TEST: l Y z• City Clerk (CITr SEAL) K J �e 1 E l I f� .w F GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attacirent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917- 73 is entitled Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and restrictions for Al Tahoe Lakeview Townhouses and is on file in the City Clerk's office in Fitt too. 1232 -1 Ij 1 {j F GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attacirent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917- 73 is entitled Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and restrictions for Al Tahoe Lakeview Townhouses and is on file in the City Clerk's office in Fitt too. 1232 -1 Ij 1 {j t . -e—% r r RCA. bac 4 -25 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -74 ORDERING THE INITIATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS. in recent years there has been panic building within the City of South Lake Tahoe at an artifically created rate; and WHEREAS, this panic building has caused shortages in the South Tahoe Public Utility District sewerage treatment plant capacity; and WHEREAS, it is necessary that the City establish an order- ly growth pattern to evaluate said shortage, other service capabilities, land capabilities, quality of development, etc.; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Manager of the City of South Lake Tahoe is directed to initiate, as soon as is practicable, a comprehensive growth management study which will result in an orderly growth pattern for the City of South Lake Tahoe. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on A r i 1 17 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci 1 ambers �pBZ j . a 7 ME _ I,pWE AND WyNN NOES: Coun c i imembe rs w� �•� . ABSENT: Councilmembers WppDS .. l Mayor ATTEST : �� % i yI 1 t Nft - - - -- - i !tCA: Uac 4 -25 -77 Rev. 4 -21 -17 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 75 ESTABLISHING AN UPPER LIMITATION FOR THE NU- BEE OF ALLOCATION APPROVALS THAT WILL BE ISSUED WITHIN THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT DURING THE 1977 CONSTRUCTION YEAR RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tabooe , that: WHEREAS, this Council has adopte{ establishing a procedure for issuing and exemption certificates; and WHEREAS, said ordinance empowers fish an upper limit for the issuance permits; 3 Ordinance No. 492 of allocation approvals this Council to estab- of said allocation NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED, that: 1. The upper limit for the number of allocation permits for the construction season 1977 to be issued Within the South Tahoe Public Utility District is 500. Said number shall be divided as follows: (a) Residential - 400 (b) Coamercial - 50 (c) Public - 12 (d) Reserve - 38 2. This upper limit shall be adjusted to correspond to sewer units as'is necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Apr;t ?7 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmemiers CAPRT, LAZ-V --- L.QWF A-in Ly-m NOES: Councilmembers NOS ASSENT: Councilmembers WOODS ATTEST: - J yor 1 c L�l Cleo -� (CI3'T sFu) ' A vl 1 RC}-: bac 4 -26 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977-76 CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FIIE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following be completed: An emergency interim ordinance of the City of South Lake Tahoe as the permit issuing agency, estab- lishing an allocation program for the issuance of new construction permits within the boundaries of the South Tahoe Public Utility District. Proposed by: City of South Lake Tahoe P. O. Box 1210 South Lake Tahoe, California WHEREAS, based upon recent studies and documentation from the South Tahoe Public Utility District, it appears evident that the capacity of the South Tahoe Public Utility District sewerage treatment plant is approaching its current limitations; and WHEREAS, as a result, the City of South Lake Tahoe finds it is necessary to adopt an emergency interim ordinance estab- lishing both a limitation upon the issuance of new construction permits and a prxedure of allocation for such permits, based upon a review of recent construction activity records and exist- ing community needs; and WHEREAS, the Assistant City !tanager for Community Development, upon review, has concluded that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant impact an the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; WN, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant im- pact an the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of an Eaviranmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject -I- C } i w 1 F 1 -1 to compliance thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations and the terms thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy -' of this resolution, with the incorporated recoatts►endation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on _April 27 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers rA- PgF. ; AINE- T.UWE AND WYNN NOES: CounciZembers unNF ABSENT: Councilmembers y,�g Ma r ATTEST: City Vlerk (CITY SEAL) -2- I F a LJ GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attactrent W City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution 3o. 1977-_ZE__ is entitled iJ and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1014 I I*.- -1 N L. s .AN 4.26.77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -77 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Warehouse for equipment storage and office - 5,600 sq.ft. concrete block structure with accessory automobile parking facilities on .95 Acre eastern portion of Lot 32, Tahoe Valley Center No. 2; El Dorado County Assessor's Parcel No. 32- 314 -22, located in an industrially zoned area at 1096 Industrial Avenue, South Lake Tahoe, California. Applicant: P!r. AL LAKATRICE dba D i L PAVING WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has com- pleted and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the pro- ject will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environ- ment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Take Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmen- tal Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordin- ances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Cleric is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the Councy, E1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South IAke Tahoe cc !!!y 3, 1977 , 1977, by the following n .� 1. 7 n �i F F 0 vote: 2• AYES: Councilmembers LAM, LAINE, LDWE, WOODS AW WYhN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE ATTEST: -.- CI +ty +plerk -- (City Seal) ( Y� 70 rGi'm it - � y RCA-bac 4- 21 -•7, CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -78 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT "PRICE ROAD" 1970 -2 (LIEBELT, SCEUZ, NAKAJI, SCHIPPEL) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interests granted herein of August and Alma Liebelt, Kalman and Judy Sceuz, Robert and Marjorie Nakaji, and Gunther and Margaret Schippel are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is auth- orized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Counc i lmembers MOKE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE J yor ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) s r r F 0 L.. GUIDE TO A7 ACH'tE'. I The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 78 is entitled Deed and is on file in the City Clerk's cf`ice is File No. 1 082 i i �Y 1r+ I i RCA: bac 4 -20 -77 I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -79 DENYING CLAIM OF PRUDENTIAL PROPERTY AND CASUALTY (JACK DEDERMAN) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on April 11, 1977, by Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Company, in behalf of their insured Jack Dederman, in the amount of $1,100.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as 'Exhibit A', a copy of which is attached he-reto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; �✓ NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED, that: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the above claim in the amount of $1,100.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 14ay 3 . 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINf, LOW, WOODS AND 0INN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers RM (CITt SEAL) } J ' -?1 Jack , Charlotte and Laurie D e d e r a a n 1269 Alicante Dr. Pacifica,,-Al City of South Lake Tahoe RECEIVE D Datq: 12/30/7 APR 2 7 2971 Police report �2 -76-33 'MP , your file f unl�wn. CrTY OF SWTH L"t rAMM cu N April 7,1977 Geatlemen: This letter is to put you on formal notice of our injury claims. We are making tiese claims based on your failure to properly ...� maintain Pionier Trail 150 ft east of Golden Bear cree$. At this time we are not in a position to majEe a formal demand upon you. However, we are gathering the medical and special dszages and make our demos upon you in the future. If APB 11. ; ­7 Very truly Sours, a �a� IM El t Y WD F IN r 1� lasur-ce C:-;:-l7 APR 1 P_Q Six 5?_S C3I'Y Ql SOU-,Ii April 6, 1977 CERTIFIED MAIL City of South Lake Tahoe F. 0. Box 1210 South Lake Tahoe, CA 95705 pe: our Claim .umber: 4 -7 -00017 B71 Our Insured: Jack Deder•° -_an Date of Accident: 12/30176 Gentlemen, on formal notice of our subrogation claim for $1100 his letter is to put you our insured 's 196c olds= obile. We are making this clam based on your failure to properly maintain Pioneer Trail, 150 feet east of ;olden Bear Creek. Attached is the police report, the d xuc station to support our Actual Cash Value, and collision payment of $1,000 and your for to make a claim.. Our total demand is 51,100 including our inssured's deductible_ ?lease send your check to "Pvudentiai as subrogee of Jack Dederman ". Very truly yours, MJS:: DLS Attachments: Police Report ACV Docume=tatiOU Claim Form 1 .jarvin 3. wmagrad Casiaity Clam Prudential Pr -?er :y and Casua = =y Jae r 1 r- 1 K F I r I a 1#4 . 3 i RCA -F0 17 Q 9 -1� 70 �J Li F F CITY OF SOUTH Lj-i\'£ ^_;•. OE RESOLL -TIC`. ::0. 1977 - Ae A RESOLUTION OF THU CITY CO -XIL Cr TH£ CITY CF SC:'TH L:L�£ TAFICE THE ADOrrTED 1915-77 FI CnL YFAR BUDGET XND Tt`ANSFE3RI:+G APPROPRIA710_:S THEREIN k-HER£1-,S, the City desires to ariend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget: and iwrriERE.:S , S =a_`f racoc: mends he appropriation adjustrents enu"erated on the attached page; NOW, 'F--T-3y 0PE, BE I'^ RESOLVED 'y the City Council or the City of So,zt-h Laze -,--hoe t:.at t-he attached appropriation ame d- ments to -.e 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED ;-.::D rDOP"'SD ty the City Council of the City of Sout.`. ya:.e Tahoe, Cali`c=_ia, on Mav 3 1977, by the follc.di:g Vote: • AYES: CoLmc; L-.ezLb ers �-Apnr prur_ E oqr- Wrwwz urn. ROES: Counc i'y er.be rs ABSm,T: Ceunci? members NONE yor ATTEST: G IF A City Z -erk , (CITY Sz.;- .) - 'f=J d.5 . O fCIM AP?z_. n �1 �i: t a 1 a ATr March 29, 1977 nE'� LST FOR BUDGE: i::G :.F FAi:T:::::'T RECREATION & PARKS I7 ',—qunt `:u:be= Title Am0U_.t 01- 32 -09 -47 Tennis Courts S 741.00 S S S DECREASE APPROPRIATION: Account Number Title of Account Amount 07-9e-uu---g tirecession- Unappropriated Balance a DETAILED REASONS FOR BUDGET ADJUS i'_`: TS : 1) Addition of Net Tighteners to existing tennis courts per attached memo. APP ?OpED FOR ADCPTIDN: f Department head Date Fi ce Director Date y 27-(-? City Manager Date CENTRAL MORM FILE NO: `0/(!: e r i ,,"p F 4 4 F I RCA:bac 5 -2 -77 . CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -81 ESTABLISHING A DEADLINE DATE FOR SUBMITTAL OF INFORMATION FOR AN ALLOCATION APPROVAL OR EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE AND A LIMIT ON ISSUANCE UNTIL JUNE 7, 1977 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 492 of the City of South Lake Tahoe establishes a procedure for obtaining allocation approvals and exemption certificates; and WHEREAS, the Council is empowered to establish a deadline for submittal of information for said allocation approvals or exemption certificates; and WHEREAS, the Council is empowered to limit permits until a given date; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. A deadline date of June 3, 1977 is hereby established for the submittal of information for an allocation approval or exemption certificate for purposes of permit issuance to the date of June 7, 1977. Not more than 225 permits or 675 sewer units, whichever is less, shall be issued prior to June 7, 1977. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an May 3 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Council —bars CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, 6MM AND wyNN HOES: Councilmembers NW ABSENT: Councilmembers MQIE ' _ ,� ✓ Mayo rJ J J • ' 4:ity, lent (C - - a i r r •i RCA:bac 5 -2 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -82 ESTABLISHING AN UPPER LIM'.kTION FOR THE NUMBER OF ALLOCATION rt _'PROVALS THAT WILL BE ISSUED WITHIN THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT DURING THE 1977 CONSTRUCTION YEAR WITH CORRESPONDING SEWER UNITS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City cf South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council has adopted Ordinance No. 492 establish- ing a procedure for issuing of allocation approvals and exemption certificates; and WHEREAS, said ordinance empowers this Council to establish an upper limit for the issuance of said allocation permits; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 1977 -75 addressed itself to permits with an option to adjust for sewer units; and WHEREAS, it is appropriate to now so adjust; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The upper limit for the number of allocation permits for the construction season 1977 to be issued within the South Tahoe Public Utility District is 500 or 1500 sewer units, whichever is less. Said number shall be divided as follows: (a) Residential - 400 or 120C sewer units, whichever is less; (b) Commercial - 50 or 150 sewer units, whichever is less; (c) Public - 12 or 36 sewer units, whichever is less; (d) Reserve - 38 or 114 sewer units, whichever is less. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 3 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, TOME, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Council rs WOKE ASSMT : Cowwzilmembers M(3 E ATTEST: I j r or V / �. - iL7 C4 * — (CITT SEAL) 1 I t x d 1 1 I RCA:bac 4 -25 -77 Rev. 4 -27 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -83 APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE SCREENING AND REVIEW COMMITTEES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council has enacted an ordinance for issu- ance of allocation approvals and exemption certificates for the 1977 construction year; and WHEREAS, said ordinance establishes both a Screening Committee and Review Committee to review such applications; and WHEREAS, said ordinance was enacted as an urgency measure to be effective ismiediately; and WHEREAS, it is necessary that both the Screening Committee and Review Committee commence :.heir duties forthwith; -1 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council appoints the following members to the Screening Committee: Theodore Jensen Robert Shirley 2. The City Council appoints the following members to the Review Committee: Patricia Lowe PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 3 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: CouncilmenberS Capri, Lame. Lowe . Woods altd Yven NOES: Council - ambers note ASSENT: �Coanc i l members Mom / Mayor - Now Cz'ty`Clerk l ' csg 4/2577 4 1 •1 '`J% CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 64 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE APPROVING THE APPLICATION FOR 1976 STATE GRANT MONEYS FOR RESTRCK24 AND SHOWER FACILITIES IN THE EL DORADO RECREATIONAL AREA The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS. the people of the State of California have enacted The State, Urban, and Ct>a.stal Park Bond Act of 1976, which provides funds to the State of California and its political subdivisions for acquiring lands and for developing facilities for public recreation and historical purposes; and WHEREAS, the State Department of Parrs and Recreation has been delegated the responsibility for the administration of the program within the state, setting up necessary procedures governing application by local agencies under the program; and WHEREAS, said procedures established by the State Department of Parks and Recreation require the applicant to certify by resolution the appzoval of applications prior to submission of said applications to the state; and WHEREAS, said applications contain assurances that the applicant must comply with; and WHEREAS, the applicant agency will enter into an agreement with the State of California for the acquisition and/or development of the project; WN, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council hereby: 1. Approves the filing of an application for 1976 state grant assistance; and 2. Certifies that said agency understands the assurances in the application; and 3. Certifies that said agency has or will have sufficient funds to operate and maintain the project; and 4. Certifies that said agency has reviewed and understands the general Provisions contained in the sample state /local agreement; and S. Appoints the City Manager as agent of the City to conduct all negotiations, execute and submit all documents including but not limited to applications, agreements, amendments, payment requests, and so on which may be necessary for the completion of the aforementioned project_ PASS=, APPS, AM ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Taboe on May 3 , 1977 by the following vote: AYES: councilmembers CAPRI. LAI1ff, DUDS AW WYAW JK)E5: Councilneabers LOW ABSE7R: Councilmembers MUNE 1 -1- R 1 1 Fm_ I l� �1 O 7 N u .i '� I I r �1 t� RCA:bac 5 -18 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE Is RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 85 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE CONCESSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND PAUL DENNIS ENGLISH RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that a Concession Agreement be entered into between the City of South Fake Tahoe and Paul Dennis English covering the operation of a concession at Thos. F. Regan Memorial Beach; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe here- by authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Concession Agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Paul Dennis English, a copy of which is attached hereto and in- corporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND W -NNT NOES: Councilmembers y0,,;E ABSENT: Council— bers NONE ATTEST: City (4= 9 65 yor d 4 E I GUIDE TO AiiACHMfhT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -BS_ is entitled cJA.- -s S i IIn Agreement i and is on file is the City Clerk's office in File No. 1 R53 1 ' r; 1 ' � � 1 r. r f RCA:baC 5 -i1 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE � RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -86 71 CALLING FOR A CONTRACT WITH THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL FOR ABANDONED VESICLE ABATEMENT PARTICIPATION AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREE -MENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, California vehicle Code Sections 22660 and 22710 provide for an Abandoned Vehicle Trust Fund and a method of dis- bursement of funds to local agencies that participate in the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe, California has adopted an Ordinance in accordance with the California Vehicle Code pro- viding for the Abatement of Abandoned Vehicles; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lace Tahoe desires to participate in the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program and share in the monies in said Abandoned vehicle Trust Fund; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERM -INED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City of South Lake Tahoe participate in the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program during the year July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1975. 2. The Mayor is hereby authorized to execute the contract with the Department of the California Highway Patrol for partic- ipation in said Abandoned Vehicle Program, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci lmembers CAPRI, LAINE LOW-E. WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmertbers *iomE ASSENT: Councilmembers NONE l� AT :'ES -t 7 or l t t 'n 5 i RCA :aac 5 -9 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE fi RESOLUTION NO. 1977- s7 APPROVING SUBDIVISION AGREEMENT FOR AL TAHOE LAKEVIEW TOWNHOUSES AND THE FILING OF BONDS IN LIEU OF CASH AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, this Council has previously approved the tentative and final map for the Al Tahoe Lakeview Townhouses Subdivision; and WHEREkS, the developer seeks now to post bonds in lieu of cash; and WHEREAS, the sudivis_on agreement will assure that required improvements are congleted; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORD£PED that: 1. The Council approves said subdivisior. o.,reement and authorizes the Mayor to execute same. 2. The Council approves the substitution of bonds in lieu of cash for completion of required improvements. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Council$embers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND OiYNN NOES: Co un c i lmembe rs NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE Mor ATTEST: ay C,z Clerk y. (CITY SPAU I �- f -- 84 ti S .K iteA T F f GUIDE TO ATTACHKENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution ,io. 1977-a7 is entitled Agreement to Make Subdivision Improvements . and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1209 7 1 _ i Y j F { i 4 a RCA:bac 5 -11 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 88 DENYING CLAIM OF CAROL LEE JOHNSON RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on April 29, 1977 by Carol Lee Johnson in the amount of $1,520.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as 'E"ibit A•, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and RHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claiva of Carol Lee Johnson in the amount of $1,520.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 1Uy 24 , 1977, by the follovina vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRT_ T ATNF� LOWS WADS ) AND -' NN NOES: Councilmembers NaN£ ABSENT: Councilmembers NONV, A !!+ r ATTEST: I e_ t i F ..snr CC,= —IVED Ci i i 6-r jC7=:� I•��.. G { CIA::: FOR PROPERTY APR 299 aTr of $"I w LAXu rAWL cg"W k TO THE CITY COUNCIL CF THE CITY OF SOUTH 12,YE Tr.' 0 , CXL;F0R: - -11 Claim is herety ^.ade against the City of Scuth Lake Tahoe, as follows: ' /• 1. NAME OF CLAI: NT : i4/Y�C .� ° �' j C �' nailing Address: n -1Q,' Y - e-� `� _ - . Zip Co3e �5 �3/ telephone No. ;,,a - 4'� S''' �%er,�� ^ 3"� /�,�,t.S'cl •t�a%-�J 2. Send notices respecting this claim to: tin Code 3. Injury Claimed: a. Property damaged 1971 ?�� -„ _� �., %�r✓,4,,_) b. Nature of injury c. Cause of Injury d. Place of _nj::rl ,�% -�/ ,�1, ,� 19 77 I oa P� 4. Name (s) of pu: lic errm-loyee (s) causing lne injury as now incur -. to CIai;..ant. 1Fy,. ;r tr -a 4 r r 5. imount C 1 z i aed :,,0,, Suess 1,2 9 �� Y�i;,5 "c . - >,�ic� eft►•„ l�t Gr rr r.`/t f a.:F� f�a�`S ° -° . 6. Basis of cc,putation of cla* (At =' h reoair esti:::a e$, paid billsy etc.)r. f t it Dated: - j 7'7 19 ZZ Siontu'_-e of C�Iai=ant or Person ACting or. FisS Be_ -half . r Type cr Pr -CL Nfie of Per tor. Signing Ab cve Exp / e" T -� F Ict y — I Z i �, r 0 ■ i a k F RCA-Ft• z"M 9 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE " %r?OE RESOLUTION %0. 1977- qq l ■ �1E i i { i 1 •) 1 s � • �. -w: —.' it �.� A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE "T7.7.DI::r THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAI, YFAD BUDGE AND TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN WHE_rC,AS, the City desires to a ,aend t.'ie 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budge" and j%jm LEAS, Staff racor..mends the appropriation adjustr..ents enumerated on o attached page; NOW, Tii=R_E OPE, BE IT RESCLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriaticn amend - ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. A� PASSED �.':D rDCFTED by the Cit_� Council of the City o_` �s South Late Tahoe, Califcrmia, ca u�.. ^ • 197 , by the follc-. i nc vote: • AYES: CcunciL-ae=-ibers CAPRI, LAINE LOWS W22nS nNn Wy'!%' NOES: Counciimenbers NONE ABSENT: Counciimembers SOME ATTEST: L-ity Clerk (CITY SEAL) �t l4ayor TO f01M 2_1 Q�% "Si. -� if� i pp i F t F DATE May 24, 19 7 7 REQUEST FOR BUDGET ADjUS." !,:`IT REQUES I: :G DEPAR'IME:: T Finance *22 INCRF_aSE AVPRGPRIAT'_Oi:: Account `:umber Title e` Account Amount 01- 16 -01 -23 Non- Departmental Insurance S 5,000 5 S S 5 DECREASE APPROPRIATION': Account Nu.^ber Title c: Account Amount 01- 16 -01 -29 Abatement Revolvina S_ 5,000 S a 5 s DETAILED P.LkSONS FOR EUDGET DJUSTMr .—TS : To appropriate for unanticipated increase in $20C,000 gap and $5,000,000 excess liability insurance Actual Sb1,4DG Budget 56,400 Appn. Needed 5,000 APpROVE3 '.70R AD, 0PTj Dti : a, Department Bead Date P-^-7,. j_1 /710 ~ - 14 - 17 Finazice D,irecct r Date City vanager Date rJ ` I a F 10 0 z 3 i F a RCA-_ CITY OF SOUTH Lj_KF -_xMCE RESOLUTION '-C. 1 °77-90 A P-ESOLUTIG3 OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE THROE i:'�:DINr ADOPTED 1976 -77 . _SCAL Y'FA? BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING A PROPRIATIOS THERr''N w'HERtnS, t.'ie City desires to a:,end the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and k'HERE..S, Staff recommends the appropriation adjustren is enumerated on t:.e attached page; NOW, TiL'��: CP£, BE I'T RESOLVED by --he City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attar: ^.ed appropriation amenc- ments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED r -';D r'DCP ^ED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, Cal:`crr. =a, on Mav 24 1977, by the follc-.i.c vote: AYES: CoumciLmembers CAPRI, LAINE, T WOODS Ati'? A= NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Ccuncilmembers NONE ATTEST: p Lye- City Clerk (CITY S=;.L) V ! 1 ' 19 65 t .c.✓J `,Mayor APFaC`r:-) 1 -3 TO foam i l /7 of r Y l r6: M FI �1 L� ;j 4 1 3 .1 3 F REQUEST FOR BUDGF T REQ'.'ES- ING DEPARI':IE:. i : Manager INCIRCE3SE APP?OPRIrvTI0:1: DATE may 24, 1977 #21 Account `.u7I>vr Title of Account Amount 1) 01- 10 -01 -13 City Council- Leetings & Travel $ 500 2) UI-10-CI-28 City council-Printing & Reproductioni Itiri 3) 01-15-01-28 Planning- Printing i Reproduction �i 500 4) 44- 01 -00 -59 Tahoe Surr er Festival 5 1.550 S y E DECPXASE a?P=CPRIATIO::: Account h=-�,)er Title cf Account Amount 01- 80- OCr -06 Franchise Tax Pa,�*.erts 5 1.700 44- 80- 00 -7= VSni DET -Nl -ED PX- ;..SC:S FOR BUDGET 1) Cost of Sacraaerto Seminar and Travel for CTRPA meetings 2 & 3) Printing Costs of Allocatian Plan & Sign Ordinance. 4. Per resolution and agreement between City and Linda Y -adden APPROi'ED FOR XDOPTI M :: �../ Departme:,t Eeaa Date Finance rr Date City Y viager Wte c FILE J i t 9- 29-•76 F CITY OF SOUTH L,-XF ^r1:CE P. rSOLL ION %0. 1977 - 91 1 A RESCLUT7.0% OF THE CITY COU "XIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LARE T:+ -LCE i'1w 7lli , '-HE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISC;L YFAR BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING r� PnDPP.Ir,�'IO':S T1'7RZ_ IN w-- z ✓ 7 7 %- HERF:,S, the City desires to amend the 1975/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recommends the aapro: riation adjust'r.erts enunnerated cn the attached page; NOW, Th= ORF, BE IT RESOLT. —LD by the City Council of the City of Sout_z Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation amend- ments to the 1 °76/77 Fiscal Year Budget are herebv adooted. PASSED ?.SD rDCP'TED by , -he City Council of the City of South Lake _ahoe, California, on M, -- 1977, by the follcwl-mg vote: • AYES : Counci L^.e.mb ers CAPRI, LAINF LOWE WOODS AND ih'Y''V HOES: Cormcilme -tubers NONE ABSENT: Ccuncilmesrbers NONE Mayor ATTEST: C_I . City Cier;c (CIT3[ SEAL'I � f •r AP ?GC'! =J A3 0 FGaM I L e-- i L e-- 0 I 1� i� DATE May 24, 1977 RrljrST FOR 3UDG- ADJUST',T_ r REQ:;ES*_r11 :G DEPARTAzN -1 -- CITY MANAGER #20 I:iORF_kSi: A1'PROPRIATIO::: Account._ ':u: -ber Title of Account Aa:aunt 1 01- 11 -01 -51 Manager- Capital Outlay 52,589 2 - - - 1 Council- Supplies (10 Year Pins) 1,023 i S m DECRF:.SEPRCPRItiTI0:1: (Revenue) Account Number Title cf Account &.n;nunt - - 5 DFTAILL'D RFASONS FOR E;, "3GET A_DJU S""i7 i S : 1) Manager's Vehicle originally placed in budget as a lease/ purchase. Subsequently policy changed to outright purchase. kruount represents difference between purchase price and annual lease payments. 2) Cost of Ten Year Pins authorized by Council - 51,023.00 APPF.O'JT'D FOR :0OPTI J'a : i;apart- =t Hzad :iate Fi -:.e Dize ^tor Date City 1.14-.ayu Daze J 4 'r Cd�TRAi RICO�Oi j FLEW. � � ;.17:37 F 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 92 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERIC TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Der Weinerschnitzel - Drive -thru restaurant with interior seating and accessory parking to be con- structed on site of existing 14 -unit Tahoe Holiday Motel: on 26,957 sq.ft. Lots 1 and 2. Block 2, Tahoe 50 Subdivision; E1 Dorado County Assessor's Parcels linos. 31- 257 -01 and -02; at 2649 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Sponsors: ED HAGERTY and COLWELL RAY HORNACEK OKINAHA, INC. WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has com- pleted and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the pro- ject will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that; 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendatiou of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmen- t tal Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated reco®endation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on ,.3� �_• 1977 by the following vote: 1. y J i s. C- Y 1. F 1 a 2. AYES: Councilmembers rADRT. '.AI -N-E, LOWE. WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers ►�(?��p ABSENT: Councilmembers ATTEST: o " —Z, City Clerk (City Seal) 1 _ 7M /7 r �1 1 t i �L t s i i. i 0 I I F GUIDE TO ATTACHKEN7 the document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 92 is entitled • and is on file in the City Clerk's office is File No. 1205 • • I 5.11.77 a' k CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 0 RESOLUTION No. 1977- 93 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING TEE CI'T'Y CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Green Valley Child Care Center - new 4440 sq.ft. SETTIng to be construct on .75 Acre MDR -zoned portion of Realer 5 -Acre Tract No. 115; El Dorado County Assessor's Parcel No. 25- 241 -07, located at 3441 Spruce Street (at Herbert Avenue), South Lake Tahoe, California. Sponsor: Paul D. Eenning WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has com- pleted and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the pro- ject will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environ- ment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FXSOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmen- tal Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordin- ances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: i I �i i f` s. 1. . F 1 F -I W_1 2. AYES: Councilmembers rAPRT, T ATNP, T.OWF, bnOnS AtiLM WY-%N NOES: Councilmembers MONEV ABSENT: Councilmembers NO-:F ATTEST: 6z. City Clerk 1 „ (CITY SEAL) /' J 19 6S yOk 1 � 4 i 1 i F i i E i GUIDE TO ATTACMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1937 -33___ is entitled Negative Declaration of Environmental and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1145 0- 1 1 1 i i :.. 77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION No. 1977- 94 1 F A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERIC TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: EEppaminondas Restaurant - remodeling of existing 6850 sq.ft. building (presently occupied by Lawrence's Economy Store) to house an eating and drinking establishment with accessory parking. All other existing structures to be removed from this 55,000 sq.ft. parcel located in a General Commercial zone and comprised of Lots 108 -111, incl., and Lots 117 -121, incl., Bijou Park Sub- division; El Dorado County Assessor's Parcel No. 27- 071 -03, at 3768 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Sponsor: £PPAMINONDAS WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has com- pleted and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the project 10 will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmen- tal Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordin- ances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California. PASSEL) AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Labe Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: 1. I ASS T a r t` r -r 1 0 2. AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE /payor ATTEST: City Clerk a (City Seal) pFA ir i r� L � •r 1 1h — _, -1 �t �S 1 { J r t I V y. GUIDE TO AT i ACHKENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution tio. 1977-94 is entitled Negative Declaration of Enviroivental Irinact and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1 163 ,I i 1 i 1 i t� LV 5.17.77 40 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 95 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERIC TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Miss Tahoe Cruises - relocation of base of operations o - passenger tour boat (formerly located at Tahoe Keys Marina) to Lakeside farina off Lakeshore Blvd. in Stateline area, South Lake Tahoe, California. Sponsor: JOE THIFMANN WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has com- pleted and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the pro- ject will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recossmends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 0 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby deted-mined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final EnvironRen- tal Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to com li.ance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordin- ances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated reco®endation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado County, California. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Take Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: 1. i i i r� t r -.`; 0 1 2. AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: COUAC i Imenbe r B NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers DONE ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) \� 0i 01�v mayor -1 I i } i F� 0 6liiDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution Rio. 1977 - qg is entitled Nw-lativP !iPrlaratinn of FnvininmPni -al Tmrart and is an file is the City Clerk's office is File No. 1086 RCA:bac 5 -14 -77 a r 1 � � i• i �1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 96 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND LINDA MADDEN FOR THE LAKE TAHOE FESTIVAL OF PERFORMING ARTS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between tae City of South Lake Tahoe and Linda Madden for the conduct of the Lake Tahoe Festival of Performing Arts; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED A11D ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement between the City and Linda Madden, a copy of which is attached hereto mid incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmexbers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS ;LuD WY1 *-N NOES: Councilmembers NUKE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE ATTEST: E J C 4Z City Clerk (CITY SF-A-L) .y '19 65 , i Mayor • / i J -- . ,� `� t' s } i ___ ..� { I J i I F WXIL: SSW: j t 4/27/77 RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -97 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE BY BARTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF FIRST MORTGAGE GROSS REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, APPROVING DOCUMENTS RELATING THERETO, AUTHORIZING THE ACCEP'T'ANCE OF AN OPTION FIND A GIFT OF HOSPITAL FACILITIES TO THE CITY A;N'D, SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CONDITIONS, WAIVING THE RIGHT TO RECEIVE TITLE TO THE HOSPITAL FACILITIES UPON PAYMENT AND REDEMPTION OF OUTST :tNDiNiG FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OF BARTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL RESOLVED, by the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, that WHEREAS, on the 7th day of Octcwer, 1959, this Council did adopt its Resolution No. 1959 -45, A Resolution of Intention to Accept a Gift of Barton Memorial hospital Facilities, When Tendered, and Making Determinations, pursuant to which it approved the formation of Barton Memorial Hospital, a California nonprofit corporation (herein referred to as the Corporation), the Amend- ment to the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws of the Corporation, the construction of a Hospital Facility by the Cor- poration, and the form of First Mortgage Bonds proposed to be issued by the Corporation in order to finance a portion of the construction of said Hospital Facility and stated its intention to accept a gift of the Hospital Facility at the time of tender thereof by the City; WEXREAS, said Resolution was adopted in furtherance of Revenue Ruling 53 -20 of the Internal Revenue Service, which Ruling provides that interest upon the bonds of a nonprofit corporation issued for public purposes will be exempt from Federal income tax if such bonds are issued on behalf of a political subdivision and if such issuance, as on behalf of the political subdivision, is evidenced by the beneficial interest of the political subdivision ij _ J I I F t in the Corporation issuing the bonds while the indebtedness remains outstanding, and by the agreement of the political sub - division to obtain full legal title to the property of the Corpora- tion with respect to which the indebtedness was incurred upon retirement of the bonded indebtedness; WHEREAS, pursuant to an Indenture of Mortgage and Deed of Trust dated March 1, 1971, the Corporation issued its First Mortgage Bonds, Series A, in the principal amount of Two Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,900,000) and with the proceeds thereof, constructed a Hospital Facility which the Corporation now owns and operates; WHEREAS, said Indenture contains stringent restrictions upon the ability of the Corporation to lease equipment and such restric- tions severely impede the ability of the Corporation to acquire equipment for the Hospital Facility and thereby to operate the Hospital Facility in a modern efficient and economical manner; WHEREAS, the Corporation is desirous of satisfying the lien of said Indenture so as to enable the s:uastitution of lease restrictions which are less stringent; AREAS, to the extent feasible, the Corporation is also desirous of effecting a savings in interest costs relating to borrowing; WHEREAS, in order to accomplish the elimination of the aforesaid lease restrictions and, if possible, to effectuate a savings in interest costs, the Corporation proposes to issue its First Mortgage Gross Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 1977, is the principal amount of not to exceed Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,5210,000), to use tha proceeds of said Refunding a I 2. W Bonds for the advance refunding of its First Mortgage Bonds, Series A, and thereby to satisfy and defease the lien of the Indenture of Mortgage and Deed of Trust dated March 1, 1971, by depositing, with the Trustee under said Indenture, money in the necessary amount to pay or redeem the outstanding First Mortgage Bonds, Series A; WHEREAS, said Indenture dated March 1, 1971, provides that the City has an option to purchase the hospital Facility at any time that the Series A Bonds are redeemable or due and payable, and that the Trustee under said Indenture is authorized to deliver a Deed of Conveyance to the Hospital Facility theretofore deposited with the Trustee at any time that money is deposited With the Trustee in the necessary amount to pay or redeem the outstanding First Mortgage Bonds, Series A; WHEREAS, the Corporation desires that the City waives its right to receive from the Trustee, the said Deed of Conveyance upon deposit of moneys to pay or redeem the Series A Bonds and that the City enable the issuance of the proposed First Mortgage Gross Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 1977, by the Corporation on behalf of the City in order that interest on said Refunding Bonds will be exempt from Federal income taxes; WHEREAS, the Corporation has submitted to this Council the followring documents for approval: 1. Articles of Incorporation of the Corporation, as amended; 2. Bylaws of the Corporation, as amended; 3. Indenture of Mortgage and Deed of Trust, dated as of June 1, 1977, including an agreement entitled `Escrow Deposit and Trust Agreement', mailed Exhibit 'C', attached to and incorporated in said Indenture; 3. F 1 F 4. Indemnity Agreement from the Corporation to the City,- and i S. Declaration Re: Beneficial Interest of the City of South Lake Tahoe in the Barton !Memorial hospital. WHEREAS, the Corporation represents that its Articles and Bylaws, as appropriate, will be amended to provide trat no new member may be elected to the Board of Trustees without approval of the City Council, that the City is entitled to receive notice of regular meetings of the Board of Trustees and to participate in such meetings through its authorized representatives, and that no Amendment to the Articles and Bylaws of the Corporation will be effective without approval of this Council; WHEREAS, the Corporation represents that the aforesaid Inden- ture dated June 1, 1977, including the Agreement entitled 'Escrow Deposit and Trust Agreement% incorporated therein is in draft form, and the Corporation reserves the right to modify such Indenture including said Agreement, with respect to non- substantive matters, including the date of said Indenture and of the Refunding Bonds, the designation of the Refunding Bonds as term bonds, the maturity of the Bonds and the flow and deposits of Gross Revenue which are pledged to repay most of the Refunding Bonds, but in no event, to increase the maximum amount of or the overall purpose of, the proposed Refunding Bonds without the prior approval of the City nor to undertake any modification substantially affecting the option of the City to purchase the Hospital Facility during the term of the proposed Refunding Bonds, or the right of the City to receive title to the Hospital Facility upon discharging Lice indebtedness of the proposed Refunding Bonds; and ,- WHEREAS, it is in the public interest and for the public i benefit that the City approve the issua -ace of the proposed M T s t 1 � I Refunding Bonds and, subject to the issuance of said Refunding Bonds, waives its right under the Indenture dated March 1, 1971, to receive title to the Hospital Facility upon deposit with the Trustee under said Indenture of money in the necessary amount to pay or redeem the outst.anding•First Mortgage Bonds, Series A; NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby DETUMINED and ORDERED as follows: 1. That the continued operation of the hospital Facility by Barton Memorial Hospital will benefit the City of South Lake Tahoe and its residents, as well as the residents of the surrounding area, by providing for the medical needs of such residents. 2. That the Corporation, its Articles of Incorporation, as heretofore amended and proposed to be amended, its Bylaws, as heretofore amended and proposed to be amended, and its Board of Trustees are hereby approved. 3. That the aforesaid proposal for the advance refunding of the Corporation's First Mortgage Bonds, Series A, and for the discharge of and satisfaction of the Indenture of Mortgage and Deed of Trust, dated as of March 1, 1971, is hereby approved. 4. That the proposed Indenture of Mortgage and Deed of Trust, dated June 1, 1977, including the Agreement entitled 'Escrow Deposit and Trust Agreement', incorporated therein, is hereby approved and that modifications, including those referenced above, to said documents, are hereby approved provided that such modifications do not result in an increase in the principal amount of, or the overall purpose of, the proposed Refunding Bonds, nor substantially affect the option of the City to purchase the Hospital Facility during the term of the proposed Refunding bonds nor the right of the City to receive title to the hospital Facility upon � discharging the indebtedness represented by the Refunding Bonds. 3 4 a , 1 F S. That the City hereby waives the right to receive title to the Hospital Facility upon the deposit of money in the necessary amount to pay or redeem the First Mortgage Bonds, Series A. provided, however, that such waiver shall become effective only upon the deposit in escrow of proceeds of the First Mortgage Gross Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 1977 in the amount necessary, together with interest earnings, to pay or redeem the Series A Bonds_ 6. That the City hereby accepts the option to purchase the Hospital Facility as described in the aforesaid Indenture, dated June 1, 1977, and in addition, undertakes and agrees to accept, and authorizes the acceptance of, pursuant to said Indenture, full legal title to the Hospital Facility of the Corporation free and clear of all liens and encumbrances upon retirement of the Refunding Bonds. 7. That the aforesaid Indemnity Agreement frow the Corporation to the City and the aforesaid Declaration Re: Beneficial Interest of the City of South Lake Tahoe, are hereby approved. 8. That this Resolution is adopted on the understanding that the City cannot be compelled to exercise any taking power or to apply any of its funds toward payment of the obligations of the Corporation, either with respect to the payment of the Refunding Bonds, or with respect to any legal liability arising out of the operation of the Hospital Facility. 9. This Resolution shall be effective upon execution of the in- demnity agreement referred to in Paragraph 7. PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, this 24th day of May, 1977, at a meeting of said Council by the following roll call vote: -6- 9 ° I F r� ,Y i i f7= AYES, Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES, Councilmenbers: NONE ABSENT, Councilmemx)ers: NONE ?ATTEST riLty Clerk (SEAL) 19 65 V N. 7. tyar r i ■ X A:bac 5 -9 -77 do CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 98 SUPPORTING THE MAY 31, 1977 BALLOT MEASURE OF THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT TO OBTAIN A LOA.' TO REHABILITATE THE DISTRICT'S EXPORT PIPELINE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the health and aeneral welfare of the citizens and the City of South Lake Tahoe require that the South Tahoe Public Utility District sewage treatment facility be efficiently oper- ated and maintained; and WHEREAS, the pipeline currently used for export of reclaimed wastewater out of the Tahoe Drainage Basin - as required by the Porter - Cologne Act - is in need of rehabilitation; and WHEREAS, the South Tahoe Public Utility District has the op- portunity to obtain a $1,700,000.00 construction loan from the California State Water Resources Control Board; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: ..01 1. This Council supports the ballot measure of the South Tahoe Public Utility District submitted to the voters for decision on May 31, 1977, which has as its purpose the rehabilitation of the reclaimed wastewater export pipeline. The health and welfare of the citizens and the City of South Lake Tahoe require that such rehabilitation be accomplished_ PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Kay 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers WRI , L.Ai g$ "WS AND OWN NOES: Councilmembers LUEL ABSENT: Councilmembers Mayor I 47, 4 � F 1 RCA: bac 5 -16 -77 a El I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NC. 1977- 99 CONFIRMING THE COST OF ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION (WRIGHT HAN SEN ) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on February 1, 1977, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 1977 -22, declaring a public nuisance, and on March 1, 1977, said Council adopted Resolution No. 1977 -38, overruling all objections to the abatement of said nuisance and directing the Director of Public Works to proceed with the abatement of the nuisance; and WHEREAS, the said nuisance consisted of the following: A burned -out building and foundation, open, accessible, hazard- ous and an attractive nuisance to children, constituting a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare; and WHEREAS, the Director of Public Works has abated said public nuisance and kept an account of the cost of abatement, which has been submitted to the City Council for confirmation; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Pursuant to the terms of City Council Resolution Nos. 1977 -22 and 1977 -38, the Director of Public Works entered upon private property, hereinafter more particularly described, for the purpose of abating the above described public nuisance. 2. The cost account for such abatement has been submitted to this Council for confirmation in the fors of an itemized written report, identified as Exhibit A attached, and a copy of said report has been posted in the tine and manner required by Government Code Section 39575. The objections, if any, filed by the property owner liable for assessment for said abatement having been filed and heard, are hereby overruled. The report identified as Exhibit A is confirmed. 4. The cost of the above described abatement as set forth in Exhibit A, said amount being $267.10, constitutes a special assessment against the property described as follows: Assessor's Parcel No. 23- 132 -20 Portion Lot 13, Block 6 Tamarack Subdivision 601 Glorene Avenue South Lake Tahoe, California S. The City Clerk is directed to transmit a certified -1- I _ _ J a i A I FI copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor, County Tax Collector and County Auditor, on or before April 1, 1977. The County Auditor is required to enter said assessment on the county tax roll and to collect the total amount of the assess- ment at the time and in the manner as other ordinary municipal taxes, all in the manner as provided by Government Code Section 39560 - 39587. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAiNE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Counci l vembt rs NUNE ATTEST: ayor J City elerk (CITY SEAL) I -2- ' 1 I F F =, A OTY of Am 27 A 4� SOU LAKE TAHOE P. O. SOX 1219 - SOUTH LAttE TAHOE. CALIFOR MM 96M - PHONE 1916) �1'•2W / � V MAY 4 W7 April 27, 1977 CTY OF SOUTH LAU TAHM CALIFOIM$, E 0 To: flick Milbrodt, City Manager Fr: Edwin H. Brauner, Deputy Public Yorks Director Re: Wright - Hansen nuisance Abatement Resolution no. 1977 -38 The subject abatement was completed by Public Works crews on April 20, 1917. Cost breakdown is as follows: Labor $ 108.82 Equipment 98.40 Dump Fees 35.60 Total Job Cost $ 242.82 + 10Z Admin. 24.28 EDWIN H. BRIER EHB:as cc: Neal Ya l ton i i i 3 r r- 7 a If s r r- RCA:bac 5-16-77 CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977-100 OPPOSING THE CALIFORNIA TAHOE REGIONAL AGENCY DRAFT REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is enormously affected by transportation planning within the Lake Tahoe Basin; and WHEREAS, the California Tahoe Regional Agency (CTRPA) has unilaterally drawn: a draft transportation plan within a multi - planning agency jurisdiction without the consideration, cooperation or coordination of the affected agencies, including the City of South Lake Tahoe; and WHEREAS, the draft plan expressly violates the adopted General Plan of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the adopted bi -state Tahoe Regional Planning Agency plan by failing to incorporate either the State adopted transportation route between the City of South Lake Tahoe south city limits and the Nevada- California state line, or the Stateline Loop Road system; and WHHEREA , each of the above stated road systems are major ele- ments in the plans of the City of South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado County, Douglas County, and the States of Nevada and California to solve the serious problem of traffic congestion in the South Basin and to improve public safety; and WIMREAS, the proposed transportation district violates the constitutional guarantees of an elective form of government in a Basin which is already overburdened with conflicting and overlapping governmental agencies whose members are not elected; and WHEREAS, the plan provides for a Basin user fee which is a tax invalid in its concept and its nature; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lame Tahoe is currently providing a balanced transportation program, including the only twenty -four hour, seven -day bus service provided by any single city in the State, excluding metropolitan areas, and the City is now seeking to expand such bus service; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1- The City Council unqualifiedly opposes the draft trans- portation plan of the CTRPA and its concepts to establish a duplicative transportation agency within the 3asin, its intent to provide for a Basin user fee, and its failure to take into account -1- A F 0 1 Ll I the very necessary transportation routes which will avoid traffic congestion at the Nevada- California Stateline area. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers _CAPRI. LAID. WOQM AMp WyWt NOES: Councilmembers LOUIE ABSENT: Councilmembers NW Ma or ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) -2- c; ki x { 4 i a i t S RCA: bac 5 -16 -77 1 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- _Jp1 APPOINTING REMAINING REVIEW COMMITTEE N ABERS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 492 empowers this Council to appoint members to a Review Committee; and WHEREAS, this Council has adopted a joint exercise of powers agreement with the E1 Dorado County Hoard of Supervisors for appointment of the third member and two alternates to said Committee; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council appoints the following persons as ad- ditional members and alternates to the Review Committee: BARBARA RADKE DAVID KURTZMAN, ALTERNATE PAUL DE LEON, ALTERNATE PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmmbers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Council members NONE i / yor Y -1 I J Y -1 I J I 3 RCA:bac 5 -3 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 102 DECLARING A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ESTABLISHING THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING OBJECTIONS TO THE PROPOSED ABATEMENT OF SAID NUISANCE (TUNNEY) WHEREAS, the owners of certain real property hereinafter de- scribed have been duly notified of the existence upon said property of a public nuisance and have been directed to abate the same; and WHEREAS, the owners have, to date, failed to abate said public nuisance; and WHEREAS, said public nuisance exists upon that certain real property situated in the City of South Lake Tahoe, described upon the last available assessment roll of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as: Assessor's Parcel No. 23- 372 -01 Lot 7, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivision #1 1061 Second, South Lake Tahoe, California WHEREAS, the name and address of the parties having an interest in said property are: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tunney Tunny Construction 50 hest Hillcrest Drive, Suite 212 Thousand Oaks, California 91360 1 NOfi, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETEMUNED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitations are true and correct. 2. In violation of the law of the State of California and Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code of the City of South Lake Tahoe, a public nuisance exists upon that certain real property described above, to wit: garbage, old wood, cardboard, furniture parts and miscellaneous debris, thereby constituting a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare and, therefore, must be removed, as more specifically set forth in correspondence with the property owners and their attorney, copies of which are attached hereto and incorporated herein. 3. The Director of Public Works is hereby directed to give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the form prescribed by California Government Code Section 39566, said notice to be (1) sailed, by certified mail, postage prepaid, to the owner and to other persons interested in said property, at the address -1- i i F1 hereinabove set forth, and said notice to be (2) posted upon the property upon which said nuisance exists. 4. Further, the Director of Public Works is hereby directed to include in said notice a direction to the owner to abate said nuisance by removal prior to the defined date, time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance by the City, if not previously abated by the owner, and the assessment of the cost of said abatement against the above described property, said hearing to be on July 5, 1977, at the Conference Room of the El Dorado County Government Center, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe. California, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit. PASSED AND AWPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LCZWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE Ma �or ATTEST: it . City Clerk (CITY SEAL) i -2- I ■ v r 1 i _1 3CA:bac 5 -3 -77 10 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 1l13 DECLARING A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND ESTABLISHING THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING OBJECTIONS TO THE PROPOSED ABATEMENT OF SAID NUISANCE (DAYTON T. CARR) WHEREAS, the owner of certain real property hereinafter de- scribed has been duly notified of the existence upon said property of a public nuisance and has been directed to abate the same; and WHEREAS, the owner has, to date, failed to abate said public nuisance; and WHEREAS, said public nuisance exists upon that certain real property situated in the City of South Lake Tahoe, described upon the last available assessment roil of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as: Assessor's Parcel No. 27- 010 -02 Portion of Section 33 -I3 -18 3349 Lake Tahoe Boulevard (State Highway 50) ..r South Lake Tahoe, California WHEREAS, the name and address of the person having an interest in said property are: Dayton T. Carr 445 Park Avenue New York, New York 10022 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitations are true and correct. 2. In violation of the law of the State of California and Chapter 17 of the Municipal Code of the City of South Lake Tahoe, a public nuisance exists upon that certain real property described above, to wit: a hazardous pier and metal building, thereby con- stituting a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare and, therefore, must be removed, as more specifically set forth in correspondence directed to the property owner, copies of which are attached hereto and incorporated herein. 3. The Director of Public Worker is hereby directed to give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the fors prescribed by California Goverrament Code Section 39566, said notice x to be (1) sailed, by certified sail, postage prepaid, to the owner �•.�' and to other persons interested in said property, at the address hereinabove set forth, and said notice to be (2) posted upon the property upon which said nuisance exists. -1- I r i� 4. Further, the Director of Public Works is hereby directed to include in said notice a direction to the owner to abate said nuisance by removal prior to the defined date, time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance by the City, if not previously abated by the owner, and the assess- ment of the cost of said abatement against the above described property, said hearing to be on July 5, 1977, at the Conference Room of the E1 Dorado County Government Center, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 24 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, ODDS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers BONE ATTEST: GW 0. `% . City Clerk (CITY SEAL) Mayor f r RCA: bac 5 -31 -77 E D A ■ i i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -104 ESTABLISHING AN ENFORCEMENT AGENT AND HEARING BODY FOR THE SOLID WASTE CONTROL ACT OF 1976 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the County of E1 Dorado and its incorporated cities are required by Section 66796 of the Government Code to designate an enforcement agency to carry out the provisions of the Z'berg - Kapiloff Solid Waste Control Act of 1976; and WHEREAS, the El. Dorado County Department of Environmental Health possesses the required capabilities in environmental health and solid waste management to implement the Z'berg- Kapiloff Solid Waste Control Act of 1976 and the regulations and ordinances that have been and will be adopted pursuant thereto; and WHEREAS, the E1 Dorado County Department of Environmental Health has been given sufficient personnel and an adequate budget to carry out the enforcement program specified by law; and WHEREAS, the El Dorado County Solid Waste Management Plan provides for its implementation by the El Dorado County Depart- ment of Environmental Health; and WHEREAS, it is the understanding of the Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the County of El Dorado and a majority of the cities within the County, containing a majority of the population of the incorporated area of the County, intend to designate the E1 Dorado County Department of Environmental Health as the enforcement agency for the County and all cities contained within the County; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe utilizes the services of the El Dorado County Department of Environmental Health on a contractual basis; ,NOWT, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETEBKINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby ap- proves the designation of the E1 Dorado County Department of Environmental Health by the County of E1 Dorado as enforcement agency for the County and all cities contained within the County, pursuant to subsection (a)(1) of Section 667% of the Government Code. 2. The City Council of South Lake Tahoe is hereby designated -1- I f� a } Y as the Hearing Panel, pursuant to subsection (1) of Section 66796.58 of the Government Code. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 7 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOW, WM AND WYNN :NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT. Councilmembers NONE ' Mayor ATTEST: \�--� City Clerk (CITY SEAL) i s 19 66 { -2- RCA:bac 5 -31 -77 n F E CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -105 PROCLAIMING THE MONTH OF JUNE AS BURGLARY PREVENTION MONTH RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, burglary, both in number of violations and in re- sultant property loss, is the leading major crime across this nation; and WHEREAS, burglary all too frequently results in the in- jury to and death of the victim; and WHEREAS, the success of burglary prevention and detection efforts is dependent to a large degree on the participation of an aroused and involved public; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDF'ZED that: 1. The month of June, 1977 is hereby proclaimed to be Burglary Prevention Month. 2. This Council calls upon all of its citizens to aid and assist their police agencies and do all else possible to prevent, detect and report burglary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Jane 7 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPPI. ' A, Tyr E WF W nqx; ANN. WY`:k NOES: Councilmembers ABSENT: Councilmembers %!q*ff iror • � 4 � \\ J�le'S�� •�/ s s �1 i F RCA: Lac ` 7- 7 7 3 -11 -r7 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977-106 SETTING FORTH OBJECTIVES, CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES REQUIRED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT OF 1970 AS AMENDED AND AMENDING THE GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the State of California has adopted the Environmental Quality Act of 1970 as amended, all as set forth in Public Resources Code Sections 21000 and following; and WHEREAS, this Council has adopted previously Resolution Nos. 1973 -67, 1974 -36, and 1974 -211, establishing the objectives, criteria, procedures and guidelines for implementation of said Act; and WHEREAS, the California Resources Agency has adopted amended guidelines for implementation of the CF.QA during the year 1976; and WHEREAS, all public agencies are required by Section 21082 of the Public Resources Code to adopt objectives, criteria, and procedures consistent with the CEQA and said amending guidelines; and WHEREAS, this Council desires by this resolution to combine into its planning, review and project approval process the neces- sary procedures to determine whether or not a project has a significant affect upon the enviro:u :ent; and WHEREAS, it is necessary that the criteria and procedures provide for an adquate and object report on the affect to the environment of the applicable project; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETEK T_NED AND ORDERED that: 1. The document entitled City of South Lake Tahoe Environ- mental Impact Report Guidelines, attached hereto as Fxhibit A. is hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 7 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAI *, LOW. WOODS AND dYUN NOES: Councilmembers WN ABSENT: Councilmembers WK -�T -1- J � 1 i 1 �. . -AL-k - wo F ATTEST: "City Clerk (CITY SEAL) cpa A4 or ff 1. `I a GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachmert to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -106 is entitled Citv of South Lake Tahoe Erwi ronmontal Impact Rpnhc-t Gu idel i nee Amended and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File rlo. 1002 7 DST: akf 5.31.7 40 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 107 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Bicycle and pedestrian trail eight feet in width along West and North property boundaries of the E1 Dorado Campground between Rufus Allen Blvd. and Lyons Avenue, South Lake Tahoe, California. Sponsor: CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE WHEREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and subritted a sponsor's Environmental Impact Statement, and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City '.tanager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not - equire the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all appli- cable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated reco®enda- tion, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of tit County, E1 Dorado County, California. IF I t � � 1 E 1 0 DWI Ma PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Juste 7 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers UWRI, LAINE, WOODS AND WYAN NOES: ABSENT: r i !9 ATTEST: ?` Councilmembers LC «'E Councilmembers NOME ayor �. City Zierk (City Seal) r` A I 1 1 i C rt ti F F- F GUIDE TO A—iJACHNENT The docunent referred to as an attachment to City of "'It -11 Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 19717- is entitled and is on file in the City Clerk's z;ffice in File No. I n79 -1 Eli: akf 5.31.77 e F F � CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -108 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATIOhN WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed: Phase II expansion of TAHOE DAILY TRIBUNE news- paper plant to include office space, press room, and adequate area for Circulation Department, as well as accessory parking facilities, in a GENERAL COMW -RCIAL district on Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, Block 59; Al Tahoe Subdivision; E1 Dorado County Assessor's Parcel Nos. 26:113 -07 through -11, inclusive; more particularly located at 3069 Harri- son Avenue; South Lake Tahoe, California. Sponsor: TAHOE DAILY TRIBUNE Box 1358, S. Lake Tahoe, CA 95705 WHEREAS, the sponsor of the abc-ie described project has completed and submitted a Sponsor's Environmental Impact Statement, and the Assistant City Manager has concluded that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; sM, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above des- cribed project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby determined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to ccsapliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordi- nances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Cleric is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a !notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, E1 Dorado County, California. 1. J s- a j U y i F y _2_ PASSED ARID ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 7 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, wiM AND iy" NOES: Councilmembers LOWE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE TM J4 \1 ATTEST: City Clerk {City Seal' AP? IYVED AS TO EG ---#A �L i i i 1 I GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT • The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- .. —,is entitled Y 37J _ 7 and is on file is the City Clerk's office is File No. 1192 t 6 -14 -77 dsc E d i i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 - 109 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AMENDING THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN 1 WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recommends the appropriation adjustments enumerated on the attached page; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation amendments to the 1975/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, on Jung. 22 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci law nbers r� pRT, '-rDO')S ANTI) 1-M R4 NOES: Ctwnci lmembers No%-E ABSENT: Counci lawmbers NONE ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) A!l wED AS TO FORM Coy a W*ruff 1'a'or I it 3 � i r�wq LM a • a .�� 4 3 _ DATE June 21, 1977 REQUEST FOR PGDC:ST ADJUST -1-- -= REC',;ESTI::G DEP;%R'::-IE::T: I:�CRE.�S£ „PP ^C'PRI:1'f.O:i: RECREATION 4 PARRS Account ":umber Title of Account #23 Amount 1) 20- 32 -01 -52 Recreation Center - Waterproofing $ 7,100.00 2) 01- 24 -03 -22 Fuel s Oil . 5,000.00 3) 09-31-01-22 Bus System Fuel i Oil S 3,400.00 5 S S - y S • S DECREASE -�2P?CFRIATIO::: Account tiL;.ber Tit-'e of Accounr- Amount 11 20- 80 -00 -95 Revenue Sbaring Receir *s S '7,100 H Z) - c - -, - STi— now Lquipment, u,verraui S 5,000:00 31 09- 31 -01 -04 Bus System - Overtime 3,400.0_0 s S DETAILED PZkSO::S FOR &'SET ;DJUS ',i :.TS: 1) Waterproofing of walls in swim pool area. Costs are recoverable from architect an or pool cover manufacturer; negotiations now in process. 2 & 3) Price increases for fuel were greater than anticipated during current fiscal year. APPs20�' U FOR Departzeat mead Date Finn � :.irec- r Date City nanager Date FILE MOt_ y o jjf+ 4v i i I Departzeat mead Date Finn � :.irec- r Date City nanager Date FILE MOt_ y o jjf+ F- a 11 F TO: an 6/14/77 1 F 40 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -110 ACCEPTING WORK FOR PWC /76 -12 EL DORADO BEACH BOAT RAMP AND RECCREATION AREA LANDSCAPING - PHASE III AND DIRECTIIG ACTING CITY ENGINEER TO FILE 140TICE OF COMPLETION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that. WHEREAS, the Acting City Engineer has filed with the City Clerk the Engineer's Certificate as to the completion of all work provided to be done under and pursuant to the contract between the City and Aero Pacific, as Contractor, dated August 31, 1976; and WHEREAS, it appears to the satisfaction of the Council that the work under said contract has been fully completed and done as provided in said contract and the plans and specifications therein referred to; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS THEREBY DETERMINED MD ORDERED that. 1. Said work described above be, and it is hereby, accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe and deemed completed according to the terms and conditions of said contract. 2. The Acting City Engineer be, and hereby is, directed to execute and file for record with the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado Notice of Completion of said work as required by law. an PASSED AXD ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe June 21 19 77 , by the following vote: AYES: Gourd lmembers -CAPRI, 1 AME, L04E ► AOOOS 410 WYNN NOES: Counci ]members NO0JE Councilmembers 'MOVE Zs 65 ATTEST: mayor -- Appt VIED AS To FORSA City Clerk (CITY SEAL) C:ry Anua:Y„ s� �kk iI i 1 FI RCA: bac 5 -9 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -111 DENYING CLAIM OF JOHN ROBERT JAZUSON, III RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on May 31, 1977, by Peter A. Tomaino, attorney, repre- senting claimant John Robert Jamison, III, in the amount of $150,000; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and VMEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that- 1. Upon consideration and review of all tize currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of John Robert Jamison, III, in the amount of $150,000. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Labe Tahoe on June 21 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Co un ci lmembe rs CAPRI, LXI HE , LOWE , MOODS AMID 1,NNN NOES: Councilmembers rionE ABSENT: Counci1members NONE ATTrST : i9 6S City Cleric (CITT SEAL) �\ xay M I Y a F F 7 GUIDE TO ATTACHMEV The document referred to as an attacroent to City cf South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. I977 -1i1 is entitled CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF SMTH LAKE TAHOE CALIFORNIA and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1002 i i RCA: Lac 6 - § -77 I F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE do RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -112 DENYING CLAIM OF DONALD DEE RAMPF RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on May 31, 1977, by Peter A. Tomaino, attorney, repre- senting claimant, Donald Dee Kampf, in the amount of $50,000; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and v1HER£AS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim ;,f Donald Dee Kampf in the amount of $50,000. PASSED kND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Juan 21, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LANE , IkJWE . 70OODS AiL7 wn2f NOES: CouncllAem ers ?JO?JE ABSENT: Councilmembers MOUE / A Mayor ATTrST :119 65 ��.. �r {: City -Clerk (CITY SEAL) I r F s a F I F GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution 'No. 1977-_U2 is entitled A CLAIM AGAINST THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CALIFORNIA and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File fio. 1!)n7 t l ,tCA : bac 6 -13 -77 4 K i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 113 ESTABLISHING A CAPITAL IN'.PROVEMENT FUND FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: wHEREAS, sound financial planning for the City of South Lake Tahoe and its future requires tbat a Capital Improvement Fund be established; and %'nREA.S, this Council desires to provide the means for such financial planning; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. A Capital Improvement Fund is established within the City of South Lake Tahoe to be funded from the General Fund and such other revenues as is deemed appropriate by the Council. 2. Transfers between the General Fund and other funds and the Capital Improvement Fund are authorized. 3. Such Capital Improvement Fund shall be utilized to designate moneys available for capital projects. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 21 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmemibers CAPRI, 7,AINE, LOWE, 'MDS AND 'fr-11 NOES: Counciimembers NOTE ABSENT: C ilmembers NONE t _ - ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAT) ■ I 9 1 w ( i 1 Q i F F 6 -14 -7i dsc CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAiiX RESOLUTION NCO. 1977 - I34 A RESCLUT ION OF THE CITY COiFi'iC I L OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE At- ENDING THE ADOPTED 1976 -77 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET AND TRANSFERRING APPRDPRIATI0NS THEREIN WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recomends the appropriation adjustments enuinerated on the attached page; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the attached appropriation amendments to the 1976/77 Fiscal Year Budget are hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Soutn Lake Tahoe, California, on June ?1 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilawnibers CAPRI, LAIME, LOVE, 4lMS WD WYYNN NOES: Councilmembers wy= ARSEKT: Councilmembers �*p Yom' ATTEST: City Clerk (CITY SEAL) I►M'.)VZD AS TO FOW r tl.19 55 J 1 ■ e x I f 1 F it TRANSFER FRCK REVV UE SHARING FUND TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND $ TITLE OF ACCOQHT FRM TO APPROPRIATION �UMnF��n Street Overlays 20- 24 -01 -40 18- 24 -01 -40 $ 90,000 S Dry Wells 20- 24 -01 -47 18- 24 -01 -47 7,000 1,790.40 Aan Beach (Repair Tree Cribbing, etc.) 20- 32 -02 -47 18- 32 -02 -47 2,500 - Regan Beach Improvements 20- 32 -02 -48 18- 32 -02 -48 34,500 - Bike Trails 20- 32 -02 -49 18- 32 -02 -49 81,900 - Park Plan- Highland hoods i Johnsau 20- 32 -02 -53 18- 32 -02 -53 5,000 - Campground Dev. 20- 32 -02 -54 18- 32 -02 -54 8,000 - v Barrier 20- 32 -02 -55 16- 32 -02 -55 5,000 - f i Repair Campground Roads 20- 32 -02 -56 18- 32 -02 -56 2,000 - { i I� 1 i� i1 No. 24 ; i 7N,1 4s $ 90,000 1,667.58 13,631.39 3,404.80 874.86 BALANCE $ -0- 3,542.02 2,500.00 - 20,868.61 78,495.20 5,000.00 7,125.14 5,000.00 i 2,000.00 TOTALS----- - --- -- $235,900 S 1,790.40 $109,578.63 $124,530.97 t k s i k s 1 ! I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE !' RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -115 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION FOR THE SERVICES OF ANDREA JAMES AS SOUTH TAHOE HIGH SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, ANDREA JAMES served faithfully and well as Representative of South Tahoe High School to the City Council during 1976 -1977 school year; WHEREAS, ANDREA JAMES` personal interest and dedication to the City Council far exceeded the responsibilities required; and WHEREAS, ANDREA JAWS comiunicated to her fellow students via publications and provided the opportunity for the Mayor to speak to various groups at the school; and WHEREAS, ANDREA JAMS has received recognition now at graduation in the form of scholarships and plaques for her outstanding efforts and will be entering Stanford University in the fall; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California. by the adoption of this Resolution expresses its deep affection and appreciation to ANDREA JAMES for her services to the City Council and to South Tahoe High School and wishes her well in her future endeavors. PASSED AND ADOPTED on June 21 , 1577 by the following vote: AYES: Counci lmemers CAPRI, T!AINE, LOVE, WOODS AND ?+iYNN NOES: Counci]members '-ONE ABSEXT: Councilme hers NONE ATTEST: City Cleric `\' (CITY SEAL) d- tit r 3 f � 1 RCA:bac 6 -14 -7T CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 116 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND F40BERT MASON FOR ARCHITECTUFAL S-ERVICES AND AUTSORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREXX&T4' RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Robert !a-ason for the construction of an addition to the City's shop struc- ture at 1700 D Street; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of south Lake Tahoe here- by approves the above agreement for architectural services by Robert Mason, to design an addition of approximately 42' x 55' to the City's existing building at 1700 D Street, to be used as a shop structure. 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agree - ment by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incor- porated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe onJune 21 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, kOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers *NOME yor ATT ST : I � per• -City Cler f MEW SEAL) ` r j fi t; I ~� l I 1 a GUIDE TO AT;ACM,MENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -.-I-_ is entitled and is on file in the City Clerk's cff:ce in file No. a 3 � 1 1. x RCA: tac 6 -5 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 117 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND EL DORADO COUNTY FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOY1,MNT TRAIN PIG ACT AND AUTHORIZING THE :MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe has been, and is, a sub -agent for E1 Dorado County in the Comprehensive Employ- ment Training Act (CETA) program; and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe has employed per- sonnel to its benefit through such program; and WHEREAS, it is advisable that certain assurances of both E1 Dorado County and the City of South Lake Tahoe be made; NOi7, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: -w 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe here- by approves the agreement between the City and E1 Dorado County, setting forth assurances which must be achieved for continued participation in the CETA program. 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agree - ment by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and in- corporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 21 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counciimembers CAPRI, LAINE, I.O E, WOODS AND 'fYNr. NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABS lmzmbers 240ME 19 GS : !li or ATTEST: •,� f ��_ C ty Clerk -_ (CITY SEAL) i M F G 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -- is entitled _ �.. _ _ _ -•� i-i —` and is on file in the City Clerk's ffice in File No. InA7 f I v' I � 6 i q s RCA :bac 5 -31 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -118 ADOPTING PERSONNEL RULES FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLVED. by the City Council of the City of Sout.'i Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City has met and conferred in good faith on several occasions with the City's employee organizations, as required by the Meyers- Milias -Brown Act; and WHEREAS, this Council has previously reviewed said Person- nel Rules; INOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This City Council hereby adopts and approves the City of South Lake Tahoe Personnel Rules and Regulations as are on file in the City Clerk's office. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 21 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counc i lmembe r -,C- DRI , LAME, LOWE , WOODS kND 'i"RN NOES: Councilmembers NONE J ABSENT: Councilmembers `3ON£ i r ATTEST:, ity Clerk (CITY SEAL) t­ R i� +1 I i 7 s i F 0 i GUIDE TO ATiACRMEST • The document referred to as an attach +ent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917 -_ " °is entitled I , and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1--4%S 4 l_ i F F 1. +iS CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 119 A RESOLUTION OF TFE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 1977 -78 BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND ALLOCATING SPECIFIC AMOUNTS Resolved, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: Whereas, the City Council has studied and held public hearings on the proposed 1977 -78 fiscal year budget: NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED THAT: Section I: The following specific budgetary amounts are allocated as noted: ITEM ACCOUNT FND/DEPT DEPART -VJ= AMOUNT TOTAL +� (a) 01 -10 COUNCIL _CITY Sa arses i Wages S 9,000 Fringe Benefits 4,999 Maintenance i Operations 11,951 Capital Outlay 800 S 26,750 (b) 01 -11 CITY MANAGER Sa arias a Wages 55,006 Fringe Benefits 12,521 Maintenance & Operations 18,601 Capital Outlay 900 87,028 (c) 01 -12 CITY CLERK Salaries & Wages 40,038 Fringe Benefits 11,430 Maintenance i Operations 25,458 Capital Outlay 3,350 80,276 (d) 01 -13 FINANCE Salaries i Wages 171,164 Fringe Benefits 51,410 Ma i nLenance i Operaticros 43,685 Capital Outlay 22,703 288,964 6� I j} { 1 w L l_ 1 y El IP a f i t ACCOUNT ITEM FND /DEPT. DEPARTM ENT AMOUNT TOTAL; (e) 01 -13 TREASURER Salaiies & wages $ 1,800 Fringe Benefits 994 Maintenance i Operations 483 $ 3,279 (f) 01 -14 CITY ATTORNEY Sa arses i wages 41,849 Fringe Benefits 8,898 Maintenance i Operations 12,875 Capital Outlay - 63,622 (q) 01 -15 CQVXL'NITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING Salaries & wages 78,325 Fringe Benefits 23,385 Maintenance i Operations 18,242 Capital Outlay 5,142 125,094 (h) 01 -15 CO"UNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILD114G i SAFETY Sa arses & wages 143,954 Fringe Benefits 43,140 "3 ..i maintenance i Cperations 17,581 Capital Outlay 3,623 208,298 ( i ) 01 -16 GOVE&NMEXT BUILDINGS lion- Departmental Maintenance i Operations 185,575 185,575 (j) 01 -19 POLICE DEPARTMENT Sa aries & wages 925,610 Fringe Benefits 365,600 Maintenance i Operations 164,345 Capital Outlay 58,210 1,513,765 (k) 01-22 FIRE DEPAR ME_VT Salaries i gages 737,731 Fringe Benefits 306,781 Maintenance i Operations 71,273 Capital Outlay 39,503 1,155,288 y El IP a f i t iF 3 F 1- ACCOUNT ITEM FND/DEPT. DEPARTMENT AMOUNT TOTAL (1) 01 -24 PUBLIC WORKS salaries i wages $ 413,197 Fringe Benefits 148,177 Maintenance & Operations 377,858 Capital Outlay 91,216 $1,030,448 (g) 01 -32 RECREATIOL i PARKS Salaries i wages 328,822 Fringe Benefits 88,150 Maintenance i Operations 133,938 Capital Outlay 26,925 577,835 (n) 09 -31 TRANSIT SYSTEM! Salaries & wages 331,558 Fringe Benefits 110,759 Maintenance i Operations 115,175 Capital Outlay 450,560 1,008,052 (o) 04 -01 GAS TAX - 2106 86,000 86,000 (p) 05 -01 GAS TAX - 2107 74,000 74,000 -, (q) 20 -01 REV'E,%I:E SHARING -1 (a) Voluntary Action 10,650 (b) Tahoe Human Services 5,500 (c) City Hall 450,000 (d) Service Center Improvements 5,000 (e) Street Overlays 90,000 (f) Bike Trails 40,900 (g) Dry Wells 3,500 (h) Pufus Allen/Highway 50 Improvements 7,500 (i) Wildwood /Highway 50 Improvements 7,500 (j) Pioneer /A1 Tahoe Left Turn Lane 13,000 (k) Pioneer /Glenwood Left Turn Lane 14,00,0 (1) Dewey Brown Traffic Engineering Report (1) Traffic Device Replacement 10,000 (2) Needle Peak/Ski Run Blvd. 3,000 (3) Glenwood /Lewis 13,500 (ion) UMTA Bus Purchase 312 , 6 4 0 Trar.cai ssion Tack 300 706,990 I J ii t{ t 1 b" F1 ACCOUNT ITEM FhD/DEPT. DEPARTMENT AMOUNT TOTAL 0(r) 06 -01 SNOW REMOVAL Salaries i Wages S 101,321 Fringe Benefits 22,722 Maintenance i Operations 50,185 Capital Outlay 24,500 $ 198,726 (s) 35 -01 RECREATION COlsMUNITY SERVICE FUND 100,058 100,058 (t) 41 -01 PARK DEVELOPMENT 91,272 91,272 (u) 44 -18 TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX Visitors Bureau 304,700 Chamber of Coemerce 38,000 Fireworks Display 6,100 Christmas Tree Lighting 900 349,700 (v) 50 -01 POLICE FACILITY Debt Service 38,400 38,400 (w) 01 -35 GEb'ERAL FUND RESERVE 575,000 575,000 (x) 01 -93 SELF - INSURANCE RESERVE 100,000 100,000 �(y) 06 -38 SNOW RF240VAL RESERVE 200,000 200,000 GRAAID TOTAL $8,954,422 Section 2: The specific total budgetary amounts as authorized by Department and Fund in Section 1 above shall not be over - expended without authority of the City Council as adapted by resolution amending this resolu- tion. Requests for budget transfers between Departments or Funds shall be in writing and shall indicate the accounts and account categories affected by said transfer. Section 3: The City Council determines and directs that the adoption of a final budget for the 1977 -7E fiscal year shall be retroactive to and effective from July 1, 1977. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: coi^�iCilaiF�SBERS CAPRI. LAIXE, LOWE, MOODS AND WYM iIOES: C�„it NCIZ U14BERS ABSENT: 0, r, r ILMEMBERS r DEL I3aYGR ATTEST: Evelyn L. Roberson, City Clerk - 4 r — I- i a 2 :*V" 11 P.-W 3 t Y RCA: bac 6 -28 -77 to CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 120 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETTIEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, THE i OHE'`T'S CENTER ACID PEOPLE AG"UNST RAPE AND AUTHORIZING THE %#AYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREZMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Women's Center and People Against Rape for use of the building owned by the County of E1 Dorado and leased by the City, known as the Teen Center; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMLYED WID ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the agreement between the City and the Women's Center and People Against Rape for use of the Teen Center. 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. i PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 1977, by the following vote: r AYES: Councilmemters CAPRI. LAINE. LOWE, WOOS AND WYN NOES: Counci lmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE Mayor ATTEST: CitX sle rk iC� { '� 4 r t I 0 i i r 6JIDE TO ATTACHMINT The document referred to as an attachrent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resol;:tion NO. 1977- i?n is entitled Agreement Betm- -- the City 42f South cake Tahoe are *_'e Women's renter and aonplP Against Rape for Use cf tt F i M i 1 r r F1 r. 7bac .RCA fi -8 -77 • CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 121 ORDERING THE ABATEAZiT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE (DAY-TON T. CARR) WHEREAS, on May 24, 1977, the City Council adopted Resolu- tion No. 1977 -103, declaring a public nuisance and establishing the date, time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, said Resolution set July 5, 1977, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would per- mit, in the Conference Room of the El Dorado County Government Ceter, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, as the time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of the above described hearing was posted and mailed as required by the terms of said Resolution; NOW, WHEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true and correct. 2. The City Council, having duly held a public hearing as required by the terms of Resolution Rio. 1977 -103, has heard all objections, if any, to the proposed abatement of the nuisance described in said iesolution, and such objections are hereby overruled. 3. The Director of Public Works and the City Attorney are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and con- ditions constituting a nuisance, as described, upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City perscanel or licensed contractors as, in the judgment of the Director of Public Works and the City Attorney, are necessary to abate the nuisance. 4. The Director of Public Works shall keep an accurate record of the cost of abating the nuisance. As soon as the abatement is completed, the Director of Public Works shall pre- pare and submit to the Council a report describing the work performed, listing each parcel or property affected thereby and listing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost to be assessed against said parcel. Said report shall be the subject of a duly noticed confirmation hearing to be sub - sequently meld by the City Council. 5. The property upon which said nuisance exists is described upon the last available assessment roll of the County of E1 Wrado, State of California, as: -I- M N LA 1 • Assessor's Parcel No. 27- 010 -02 Portion. of Section 33 -13 -18 3349 Lake Tahoe Boulevard (State Highway 50) South Lake Tahoe, California 6. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are set forth in detail in Paragraph 2 of Resolution 1977 -103, the original of which is on file in the office of the City Cleric, and a copy of which has been mailed to the owners of the above described parcel. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LANE, LAKE. WOODS A, n WYNN NOES: Councilmembers ' %_ ABSENT: Councilmembers NW ATTEST: city Clerk (CITY SEAL) "s -2- l 14ayor I I L9 1 ;e t f 1 F RCA: bac ' 6 -8 -77 a i r I" -1 L:.J 1 I F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION HO. 1977 -122 ORDERING THE ABATE'- Yr OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE ( TUNNEY ) WHEREAS, on May 24, 1977, the City Council adopted Resol- ution No. 1977 -102, declaring a public nuisance and establish- ing the date, time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, said Resolution set July 5, 1977, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would permit, in the Conference Room of the E1 Dorado County Govern - sent Center, 1359 Johnson Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, California, as the time and place for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of the above described hearing was posted and mailed as required by the terms of said Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERM -INED AND ORDERED that: 1. The above recitals are true and 2. The City Council, having duly hi required by the terms of Resolution No. all objections, if any, to the proposed sance described in said Resolution, and hereby overruled. correct. ald a public hearing as 1977 -102, has heard abatement of the nui- such objections are 3. The Director of Public Works and the City Attorney are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and conditions constituting a nuisance, as described, upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City person.nel or licensed contractors as, in the judgment of the Director of Public works and the City Attorney, are necessary to abate the nuisance. 4. The Director of Public Works shall keep an accurate record of the cost of abating the nuisance. As soon as the abatement is completed, the Director of Public Works shall prepare and submit to the Co unril a report describing the work performed, listing each parcel or property affected thereby and listing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost to be assessed against said parcel. Said report shall be the subject of a duly noticed confirmation hearing to be sub- sequently held by the City Council_ I 5_ The property upon which said nuisance exists is described upon the last available assessment roll of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as: �- -1- t .s F a I F Assessor's Parcel No. 23- 372 -01 Lot 7, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivision #1 1061 Second, South Lake Tahoe, California 6. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are set forth in detail in Paragraph 2 of Resolution 1977 -102, the original of which is on file in the office of the City Clerk, and a copy of which has been mailed to the owners of the above described parcel. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI LAI IJE , LOW, WOWS AND WYHM NOES: Councilmembers 140K ABSENT: Councilmembers WK yor ATTEST: City Clerk ( CITY -rJ2=f .,, j -2- I i s i7 L� Rak zhac 7-1-1-7 i CITY OF SOUTH LAM TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -123 APPROVING MEMORANDUM OF UNDER.STArOING WITH THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE EMXLOYF S' ASSOCIATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association have met and conferred in good faith in accordance with the provisions of the Meyers -iii lias- Brown Act of the California Government Code; and SHEREAS, the South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association has ratified and executed the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINIED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council approves the !Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Employees* Association. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, WOM AM WYU DOES: Council members LOWE ABSENT: Councilmembers NW Mayor ATTEST Y City Clerk (CITY sFAT s i i r i 0 1 .rrk GUIDE TO AT►-ACHRE'iT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917- 123 is entitled MEMORDUM OF TIDERSTANDIPIC P -DIEry UIy I1. AM DjR! ! krr T'AW!F 9 * +n �9!'TU LAKE TA3 -H)r P&O nvrrc Accnr TAT tnr1 REPRESENTCn Ry TWr piIci tr r►go+ nyrcc rniiyrr, nr norPATTw ENGINEERS and is on file in the City Clerk's office is File tea. 1065 i E i J � r' l R'.: ; lac 7 -1 -.7 ON S }` -J 1 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUT10 -4 NO. 1977 -123 APPROVING MEY.0R.ZLNDUM OF UNDERSTANDI_IG WITH THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE E?TLOIEES' ASSOCIATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association have met and conferred in good faith in accordance with the provisions of the mevers- ?!ilias- Brown Act of the California Government Code; and VHEREAS, the South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association has ratified and executed the '+.emorar_dum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED MD ORDERED that: 1. Tiiis Council approves the Memorandum of Understandinc for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of "outh Lake Tahoe on _ July 5 , 1977, by the fallowing vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LANE, MOODS AND WYNN HOES: Counci 3members LOW ABSENT: Councilmembers NOME Mayor ATTEST City Clerk (CITY SEAL) rk 1 1 I I C RCP :bac 7 -1 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 124 APPROVING MEMORANiDU11 OF L'NDE03TANDING WITH THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PUBLIC WORKS E- MPLOYEES' ASSOCIATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe and the City of South Lake Tahoe Public Works Employees' Association have met and conferred in good faith in accordance with the provisions of the Meyers- Milias -Brown Act of the California Government Code; and WHEREAS, the Public works Employees' Association has ratified and executed the 14emorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council approves the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1978, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the City of South Lake Tahoe Em- ployees' Association. y PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LANE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Counci lmembers LOWE ABSENT: Councilmerbers %XM _ or ATTEST: 1 4--� •- ' L. City Clerk (CI Z -SEAW 4; s � eu� e■ � i I F 0%] 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -124 is entitled ML40RM" OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEDI CITY nc 4;9imi i AKr TAHiiF AND PUBLIC WOWS EMPLOYEES' ASSOCIAT!n —N groprcryTFr ,} I Y THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES COUNCIL OF OPpAATI4 rNq!!,,rcoS and is on file in the City Clerk's rGff'ce in File No. 1065 i ►i Mr r 1 RCA:bac ' 6 -29 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE • RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -125 DENYING CLAIM OF JUDITH SCOTT LYTLE ziESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on June 22, 1977, by Neil B. Leonard, attorney represent- ing claimant Judith Scott Lytle, in the amount of $62,000.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of Judith SccLt Lytle in the amount of $62,000.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci lmembers CAPRI, LA I!E A!� YYNN NOES: Counciimembers TO0NE ABSENT: Councilmembers WOODS ABSTAIN: Councilmembers LOW£ Li J� yor ATTEST:" . C ity Cler}c- (C.I_ZY SEAL) a a F1 i RECEIV�"..� CLAL+� FAR :.�: ;��5 FAR FZR L:iAI ": ;: `;� . 22 .'Ti TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF S'C NTH LAKE TAHi+ Griii��Ml_iQrC:, CAL!F:ZN+A e 31 Claim is hereby made against the City of South Lace Tahoe, as follows: ti 3 i 1. NAME OF CLAIXANT: ' 'r'1 ""' VT LE Mailing address: =ox Tah-JP _ .Lip Lode: _ 2• • Telephone: 2. Send notices respecting this claim to: R­A__ - zt Liox 1.77 So. L,"e Zip Code: y: 3. Injury Claimed: a. Property damaged 1366 z n b. Nature of injury'ervl a_ 3r srl::e In! ryes � JT MItlrie b^ lses x_ ^a c. Cause of injury rear ZLeed, ::ea l,zence of driver of d. Place of injury Al �a. ce e. Date and tine: I:ay 4 , 19 77 , 7:07 a. M. 4. Name (s) of public employee (s) causing tL.e injury as now known to C 1 aimant : R =. L � � ; � •'� 5. Amount claimed: 362,:Lnn. O 6. Basis of computation of claim (attach repair estimates , paid bills, etc.) - e medical bill's _J - ^a' ure ex _ r^ Dated: .:ne 20 , lg 77 '.Signature o 0151 an or rerson %Acting on His Behalf 7/ ,/ Type or Print Name of er son Signing Above ' C JWMAL RECoa a PF ■ } .1 r� e! .y I 1 RCA:bac 7 -12 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -126 DENYING CLAIM OF JOHN FALVEY, AS GUARDIAN AD LITE*1 OF HIS DAUGHTER, CECILIA J. FALVEY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: tMREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on June 6, 1977, by Stern, Stotter i O'Brien, attorneys representing the claimant, John Falvey, as Guardian ad Lites of his daughter, Cecilia J. Falvey, in the amount of $150,000; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as "Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETER-MINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of John Falvey, as Guardian ad Litem of his daughter, Cecilia J. Falvey, in the amount of 5150,000.00_ PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci lmembers CAPRI, LA I NE , LOPE AND WY MM NOES: Councilmembers NM ABSENT: Councilmembers X1OM ATTEST: y r t. • City C.iexk �- (CITY SEAL) I 1 #a 3 Z 1 Y i j }3 T i e F F � RECE #V�a CLAIM AGAINST THE JUN 6 1917 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE G-ry OF IOUTN L^#A TA%*C ULIPM041A CLAIMANTS' MAME: JOHN FALVEY, as Guardian ad Litem of his daughter, CECILIA J. FALVEY, 17, born 7/7/59 AMOUNT OF CLAIM: $150,000 CLAIMANTS' ADDRESS: 2431 - 24th Avenue San Francisco, California 94116 Phone: 415- 434 -0600 ADDRESS TO WHICH NOTICES ARE TO BE SENT: Stern, Stotter t O'Brien 465 California Street Suite 400 San Francisco, California 94104 DATE OF ACCIDE'3'T: March 6, 1977 LOCATION OF ACCIDENT: an unimproved public right-of -way owned by the City of South Lake Tahoe, sr3ecifically, that portion of Ski Run Boulevard right -of- way beginning immediately south of Saddle Road and continuing up the mountain for several hundred yards. HOW DID ACCIDENT OCCUR: Plaintiff minor cut across private property arriving at the top of a hill where many people were tobogganning. She was invited to get on a toboggan of a friend. The accident occurred on the first run dorm the hill, when the toboggan struck a partially snow covered log. There was no adequate warning and there was no policing of the area. DESCRIBE THE INJURY OR Shattered ankle and compound fracture repaired DAMAGE: with pins z."d screws. ITEMIZATION OF CLAIM: Dated: June 2, 1977 :Medical Wage Loss General Damage $ 10,000 unknown $140,000 $150,000 3RIEN By .�'r.. LLL„S K. 0' BRIEX Attorneys for John Falvey as Guardian ad Liters and Cecilia J. Falvey, his minor daughter CENTRAL RECCFDS r' ,,1 a,• l r � k s j RC:F_:bac 6 -29 -77 6 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 127 DENYING CLAIM OF GABRIEL HULI AHULAU RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on June 22, 1977, by Neil B. Leonard, attorney repre- senting claimant Gabriel Huli Ahulau, in the amount of $150,000.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as 'Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto -nd incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; #, IOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DET£RMINW AND ORDERED that: 1. Uaon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of Gabriel Euli Ahulau in the amount of $150,000.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councijmembers CAPRI, LAINE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers wy.jr ABSENT: Councilmembers FOODS ABSTAIN: Councilmembers LOWE or ATTEST: f ` i2 Cstt Clerk KlTr SEU31, . i r F i t R RECEIVED CLAIP! FOR --AXz I ES K-R P£ti;:._;AL TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF , 'n :.nK� T 01 "c Tyr; "' 74K, i' CA -If Ti4;4 Claim is hereby made against ^.e Cis of South :,axe Tahoe, as follows: I. NA:-E OF CLAI U►NT- GABRIEL HULI A:�7�AU Mailing address: P -�:.- So. Lake =a::oe, —a-i1f: _.. -s '.yg Doe: Telep`:one: 2. Send : otices respe7 ._.-Ig his c: ' T to: NEIL P. - 17L:::3C A, - _= ,' ,- .5.... --f _ , P- ` ^ ff; ze .. .i I So. Lake Ia:.oe, a? �:: ~.a Z ..de: j. :rijury Claimed: a. Property damaged /A b. Nature of ink urvSevere ce_vi2al, th::racic _^3 _ - ca^ s��inal cord con`.si e tine c. Cause of injury rear eiea at a hizh speed, ::eg__e or - driver of Sheriff's ve . c_e. d. Place of injury Al Tahce Plr�. , So-.:;h ;.-ake _ �.ce, Cali a e. Date and time: Xa 1977 7:0; a. n- 4. Name (s) of public employee (s) causing the Injury as now known to C lai.rant - n�.: _ "� L ::r= 5- Amount claimed: 51;3,300.00 6. Basis of computation of claim (attach repair estlma -yes, paid bills, etc.) unavallat =e at his we _ :_ y -_s _:iconlete at this t ==e , - er. -:ane_ unknown. Dated: A cane 20 1977 bigratsre or , .t or rerson Acting on Pis behalf GAS?' r I U Type or Drint Name S: Sla:.-Jng Above ME I t RCA:bac 7 -12 -77 a] CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 128 APPROVING AGREEM %T BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND VOLUNTARY ACTION FOR HUMAIN SERVICES 1977 -78 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREEMM' -NT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, during budget hearings the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe heard a request for funds from the above named organization; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETER.K.INED A%D ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI LAID, L(WE AND WYNN NOES: Councilsambers NW ABSENT: Councilmembers i t ~ yor ATTEST: i 4-1L . ity -Z (CITY SEAL) I r 6' i +R SS .1 s r—� [0 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 128 is entitled Agreement Between Voluntary Action and the City of South Lake Tahoe - and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1 050/1047 1 L i 1 RCA:bac 7 -12 -77 W -.s i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 129 APPROVING AGREE.M-ENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE VISITORS BUREAU FOR PRUNIOTIONiAL SERVICES 1977 -78 AND AUTHORIZING, THE KAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGRE£.MMgT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, during budget hearings the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe heard a request for funds from the above named organization; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on MY 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIME, LOWE AND WY" NOES: Councilmoobers WK ABSENT: Councilmemk>ers WDM i mayor ATTEST: 1 �. City Clerk (CITY SEAL) I ^? I �2 i' o. r i F F .J GUIDE TO A7ACHMREhT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution no. 1,477 -129 is entit+ed A R YT RrT!;,jrrN T4r- rTTY nr S1,17 { t ,Avr TAB „•,., THE SOUTH LAKE TAUQF VHITnoc QiIyzQlj rnR DDF) ,T!-Al SERVICES 1077_7Q — and is on file in the City Clerk's office in WE Flo. 2210 1 007 T Pei 1 1 i � S !tj W v ,j GUIDE TO A7ACHMREhT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution no. 1,477 -129 is entit+ed A R YT RrT!;,jrrN T4r- rTTY nr S1,17 { t ,Avr TAB „•,., THE SOUTH LAKE TAUQF VHITnoc QiIyzQlj rnR DDF) ,T!-Al SERVICES 1077_7Q — and is on file in the City Clerk's office in WE Flo. 2210 1 007 T Pei 1 1 i � S !tj W F is 1,11% it I f RCA:bac 7 -12 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAM TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -130 APPROVING AGR .TENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR PF40NOTIONAL SERVICES 1977 -78 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: h'REREAS, during budget hearings the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe heard a request for funds from the above named organization; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERKINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmemk>ers 100 ABSENT: Counci lmembers WOODS Mayor ATTEST: r' L C y Clerk. (CITY SEAL `> s. i 1 1 11 GUIDE TO A- ACHMENT F The document referred to as an attactment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- lin is entitled grJorcycr {T acTyT-Fy TW CITY OF S(urTH L�Vr Tk4l!E a ?;n Tur CHAWER Or CriwAERCE FOR P{ )MC1TIONAs ScRVI FS 1977_r and is on file in the City Clerk's aff;ce in File No.9' i a i 1 h RCA:bac 7 -12 -77 0 FI CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -131 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE A-ND TAHOE HUMAN SERVICES FOR A YOUTH INFORMATION AND ACTIVITIES PROGRAM 1977 -78 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREF -MENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, during budget hearings the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe heard a request for funds from the above named organization; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on JULY 19 1977, by the following vote: AYES • Councilmembers CAPRI • LAINE, LODE AND WYNN NOES : Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Counci ]sembe rs WDDQS Mayor ATTEST: / City Cleric (CITY SEAL) I 9 I i H F F F GUIDE TO A—iiACKMEXT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 131 is entitled AGREEMENT BETIdEEK THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND TAHOE HUMAN SERVICES TO PROVIDE A YOUTH INFORMTION AND ACTIVITIES PROGRAM 1977-78 and is on file in the City Cierk's cffice in File No. 1050 RCA:bac 7 -14 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 132 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE HUMANE SOCIETY, INC. FOR ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES 1977 -78 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, during budget hearings the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe heard a request for funds from the above named organization; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOP'T'ED by the City Council of the City of South to Lake Tahoe on MY 19 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOME AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Co un c i lmembe rs MOODS ATTEST: %4 Mayor y � i • City E3�erk ' (CITY SEAL) I 4 im 1 i } 1 } I 4 im 1 i } 1 i i 1 t GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachwt to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 132 is entitled ACRFF4FNT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE ARID THE .SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RJKANE SOCIETY, INC. FOR ANIMIAL CONTROL SERVICES I977 -78 and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1050 1 -- - z t t t i i d :r I a RCA: w . s Ana 7/13/77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 133 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING EMPLOYER - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE WHEREAS, the city has met and conferred in good faith with the recognized employee organizations and agreement has been reached. NOW, THEREFORE IT IS ORDERED THAT: Section 1. Title of Resolution: This resolution shall be known as the Employer - Employee Relations Resolution cf the City of South Lake Tahoe. Section 2. Statement of Purpose: The purpose of this resolution is to promote full coaomunication between the city and its employees by providing a reasonable method of resolving disputes regarding wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment between the city and its employees and their employee organizations. It is also the purpose of this resolution to promote the improvement of personnel management 40 and employer- employee relations within the city government by providing a uniform basis for recognizing the right of city employees to join employee organizations of their own choice and to be represented by such organizations in their employment relationships with the city. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to supersede the provisions of State Law or ordinances or civil service rules established and regulating the City !writ System. Section 3. Definitions: As used in this Resolution, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated: A. City: The City of South Lake Tahoe, a municipal corporation, and where appropriate here, "City" refers to the City Council, the governing body of said city, or any duly authorized management representative as herein defined. B. Confidential Employee: an employee who is privy to decisions of city management affecting employer - employee relations. C. Consult or Consultation in Good Faith: to communicate orally or in writing for the purpose of presenting and obtaining vier of intended actions within the scope of representation. D. Employee: any person regularly em$4oyed by the city in an authors posit.iou except those filling temporary positions and those %.J persons elected by popular vote. 5 -1- d ' ■ I E. Employee Organization: any lawful organization which includes as members employees of the city and which has as one of its purposes representation of such employees in their relations with the city; pro- vided, however, that said organization has no restriction on membership based on race, color, creed, sex or national origin. F. Employee Relations Officer: The City Manager or his designee who shall be the c ity s representative in such employer - employee relations matters as shall be delegated to him, including the administration of this Employer - Employee Relations Resolution. G. Employer- Employee Relations: the relationship between the city and its employees and their employee organization, or when used in a general sense, the relationship between city management and employees or employee organizations. H. Grievance: any dispute which involves the interpretation or application of those rules, regulations and resolutions which have been, or may hereafter be, adopted by the City Council to govern personnel practices and working conditions, including such rules, regulations and resolutions as may be adopted by the City Council to effect memoranda of understanding which result from the negotiation process. I. Impasse: a deadlock in negotiations between a recognized employee organization and the city concerning matters about which they are required to negotiate. J. Management Employee: any employee having significant responsi- bilities nor formulating and administering city policies and programs, and having responsibility for directing the work of subordinates; and /or any employee having authority to exercise independent judgment, or to effectively recommme*►d any action to hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, discharge, assign, reward, or discipline other employees, or having the responsibility to direct theca, or to adjust their grievances, if the exercise of such authority is not of a merely routine or clerical nature, but requires the use of independent judgment and discretion. R. Management Re-presentative: the City Manager or any person or organization duly authorized by the City Manager_ L. Mediation: the efforts of an impartial third person or persons, functioning as intermediaries, to assist the parties in reaching a volun- tary resolution of an impasse, through interpretation, suggestion and advice. X. negotiate: to meet and confer in good faith. N. Puce Officer: as this term is defined in Section 830 of the California Penal Code. @. Professional Employees: employees engaged in work requiring specialized knowledge and skills attained through completion of a recog- nized course of instruction, including, but not liaited to, attorneys, -2- ;I i i i 1 i ;I i i i F1 I physicians, registered nurses, engineers, architects, teachers, and the QIvarious types of physical, chemical, and biological scientists. P. Proof of Employee Approval: when used herein, means that the employee organization a petition to the Employee Relations Officer has demonstrated proof of approval by the employees whose it purports to represent by means of any one or any combination of the following: 1. Signed and dated signatures on a petition. 2. Signed and dated employee authorization cards. 3. Documented evidence of current dues - paying employee organization membership, or payroll dues deductions using the payroll period immediately prior to the date the petition is filed. For purposes of (1) and t2) above, only signatures of employees currently employed in permanent positions within the proposed representation unit on the date the petition is filed and whose signatures have been executed within ninety (90) calendar days prior to the date the petition is filed, shall be accepted as proof of employee approval. The total number of employees in a proposed representation unit shall be determined by using authorized budgeted positions, adjusted to reflect the positions occupied as of the date of the petition. Q. Recognized Employee Organization: an employee organization, or its duly authorized representative, that has been granted formal recog- nition by the Employee Relations officer as representing the majority of employees in an appropriate unit of employees. R. Representation Unit: a unit established pursuant to Section 8 of this Resolution. S. Resolution: the Employer - Employee Relations Resolution of the City of South Lake Tahoe. T. Scope of Representation: all matters relating to employment conditions and employer - employee relations, including but not limited to wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment; except, however, that the scope of representation shall not include consideration of the merits, necessity, or organization of any service or activity provided by law or executive order. Section !. Employee Rights: Employees of the city shall have the right to fora, join and participate in the activities of employee organi- zations of their own choosing for the purpose of representation on all matters of employee relations. Employees of the city also shall have the right to refuse to join or participate in the activities of employee organizations; provided, however, that daring negotiating sessions with the city, an employee filling a position allocated to a specific -3- J I 1 t •representation unit may be represented only by that recognized employee organization certified to represent that specific unit. Section 5. City Ri hts: To insure that the city is able to carry out its statutory functions and responsibilities, nothing contained in this resolution shall be construed to require the city to negotiate on matters which are solely a function of management, including the right to direct the work for,-:e; to select and determine the number and types of employees required; to determine the content of of job classifications; to hire, transfer, promote, suspend, discipline and discharge employees; to assign work to employees in accordance with the requirements of the city; to establish and change work schedules and assignments; to lay off employees for lack of work; to expand or diminish services, to subcontract any work or operations; to determine and change methods of operations; to determine and change work locations and the processes and materials to be employed; to take all necessary actions to perform its functions in emergencies. Section b. Negotiations: A. Only recognized employee organizations in established representa- tion units shall be entitled to negotiate with duly designated management representatives on wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employ- ment for the employees in such units. B. Negotiations shall not be required on any subject preempted by Federal or State Law, nor shall negotiation be required on Employee or City Rights as defined in Section 4 and 5. Proposed amendments to this resolution are excluded from the scope of negotiation, but shall be subject to consultation in good faith after reasonable notice. C. Agreements reached as a result of negotiations shall be included in a memorandum of understanding signed by the City Manager as well as the duly designated representatives of the recognized employee organiza- tions. Those matters over which the City Council has cognizance will be presented to the City Council for approval_ Such memoranda of understand - ing shall not be binding unless approved by the City Council and the recognized employee organization. Section 7. Scope of Consultation in Good Faith: All matters affecting employer - employee relations, including those that are not subject to negotiations, are subject to consultation between management representatives and representatives of recognized employee organizations. Section S. Establishment of Representation Units: A. The Employee Relations Officer shall establish appropriate employee representation units. The following factors, among others, shall be considered in determining an appropriate representation unit: 1. 1�lin�?z?m fragmentation of units by achieving the largest i feasible group of employees having a community of interest. v _ � yy M -4- r� U Fi 2. The effect of the proposed unit on the efficient operation of city services and sound employment relations. 3. The history of employee relations in the unit, among other employees in the city, and in similar public employment and private industry; provided, however, that no unit shall be established solely on the basis of the extent to which the employees have organized. 4. Similarity of duties, skills, wages, and working conditions of employees. S. Whether management officials at the level of the unit have the power to agree or to make effective recommendations to other administrative authority or to the City Council with respect to wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment subject -o negotiation. 6. The effect on the existing classification structure of dividing a single classification among two or more units. 7. Management and confidential employees shall not be included ir_ the same unit with nca- management or non - confidential employees. 8. No employee shall be included in more than one representation unit. B. Whenever a new classification is adopted by the city, the Employee Relations Officer shall notify interested employee organizations and may allocate such classification to an appropriate representation unit after consultation with employee organizations requesting same_ A routine title change of an existing classification is not subject to this provision. Section 9. Certification and Decertification of a Recognized Employee Organization: A. An employee organization which seeks recognition as the recognized employee organization for a representation unit which has been requested or already established shall file a petition with the Employee Relations Officer_ The petition shall contain: 1_ Name and address of employee organization_ 2. ;dames and titles of its officers. k 3. Names of the employee organization representatives who are authorized to speak on behalf of its messbers. 4. Information as to whether the employee organization is a chapter of, or affiliated directly or indirectly in any manor with, a regional or state, or national or international organization and, if so, the name and address of each such regional, state, national or international organization. -S- I i i r t �1 , I I } 4 ?.t 5. Copies of the employee organization's consitution and by -laws. 6. A statement that the employee organization has no restriction on membership based on race, color, creed, sex, age or national origin. 7. A designation of the names and addresses of no more than two persons to whom notices sent by regular United States mail or personally delivered will be deemed sufficient notice to the employee organization for all purposes unless otherwise speci- fied herein. 8. Description of the representation unit for which the employee organization seeks certification. 9. A statement by the employee organization to the effect that it has been designated as a representative by at least thirty percent of the employees in the representation unit. The petition shall be accompanied by proof, as defined in Section 3, paragraph P. that the organization represents at least thirty percent (30%) of the employees in the representation unit. The Employee Relations Officer shall gi,4e notice of the request for certification or decertifi- cation to the employees in the unit and to the employee organization, if any, which is then currently certified as the representative of the unit. Such notice shall be given Within seventy -two (72) hours following receipt ­,,,by the Employee Relations Officer of the request for certification or .:decertification, excluding Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Upon deter- { mining that the petitioning employee organization represents at least thirty percent (30 %) of the employees in the representation unit, the Employee Relations Officer shall arrange for a secret ballot election to ascertain the free choice of a majority of such employees. Any other employee organization shall be shown as one choice on the ballot upon filing of a petition and presentation of proof, as defined in Section 3, paragraph P. that the organization represents at least thirty percent (30%) of the employees in the representation unit. Such petition for a place on the ballot must be filed within seen (7) calendar days after notice of the petition for election has been mailed by the Employee �} Relations Officer to the employees. In all certification or decertifi- cation elections the choices on the ballot shall be the currently recog- nized employee organization for the unit (if any), challenging employee organization, and no representative organization. B. Employees entitled to vote in a representation election shall be those employees in permanent positions within the representation unit who were employees at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of the election. Persons employed in unclassified positions within the repre- sentation unit who were employed at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of the election shall be eligible to vote in an election within that representation unit. Employees who did not work during the above described time period because of illness, vacation, or authorized leave of absence, and who are othen6se eligible, shall be permitted to vote. � g r -6- n I i I C. The recognized employee organization shall be representative of all the employees in such unit for purposes of meeting and conferring in good faith on matters within the scope of representation. This shall not preclude individual employees from consulting with management representatives on employer - employee relations matters of concern to them. D. Provided that at least thirty -six (35) months have elapsed from the most recent date of certification of said organization, requests for decertification of that employee organization may be initiated by a petition from employees or by an employee organization_ No such request shall be processed unless it is filed no sooner than one hundred fifty (150) calendar days and no later than ninety (90) calendar days before the expiration of the then current memorandum of understanding or agree- ment between the city and the employee organization which is then presently certified as the representative of the unit for which decertification is requested. A petition for decertification shall be submitted to the Employee Relations Officer and must be accompanied by proof of employee approval as defined in Section 3, paragraph P, of at least thirty percent (301) of the employees within the representation unit_ The Employee Relations Officer shall arrange for a secret ballot election to determine which employee organization shall represent the unit or if there shall be no representative organization_ Choices on the ballot shall be determined in the manner set forth in Section 9A. E. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this resolution, the city may seek decertification of an employee organization at any time that it appears to the City Manager that such an action is warranted because of reasons related to substantial changes in city functions, organizational structure or classification revisions or if, in the opinion of the City Manager, there is reason to believe the recognized employee organization does not represent a majority of the employees in the representation unit. In such a case, the City Manager shall notify the Employee Relations Officer of the City Manager's decision that an election to determine the current wishes of employees be held, and the Employee Relations Officer shall arrange for a secret ballot election in the same manner provided for in Section 9A of this resolution; provided, however, that no such election shall be held until the employee organization then currently recognized as the representative of the unit or units involved has been given at least sixty (60) days' notice of the date upon which the election will be held. Any employee organization may be listed on said ballot if said organization petitions for a place thereon and submits proof, as defined in Section 3, paragraph P, that that employee organization repre- sents at least thirty percent (303) of the total number of employees in the representation unit or units affected by the election. The ballot shall contain a "no representative organization" choice. F. An employee organization shall be granted formal recognition as the Recognized Employee Organization by the Employee Relations Dfficer following an election or run -off election ifs I. That employee organization has received the vote of a numerical majority of the votes cast by the employees within the unit in which the election is held. -7- 0 i �i i t L r F I F F 2. In an election involving three (3) or more choices, where none of the choices receives a majority of the valid votes cast, a run -off election shall be conducted between the two (2) choices receiving the largest number of valid votes cast. The rules governing an initial election shall also apply to a run -off election. Notification of recognition shall be made to the City Council, depart- ments concerned, employees in the unit being represented, challenging employee organizations, and such other persons or organizations as the Employee Relations Officer deems appropriate. The Employee Relations Officer may refuse to certify the winner of an election as the recog- nized employee organization for that unit or units if he concludes that the winner of such election has coerced, intimidated, or grossly misled employees in securing or attempting to secure their votes. Such refusal by the Employee Relations Officer to certify an employee organization on these grounds shall be referred to the City Council for review at an open meeting at which all interested parties shall be afforded an oppor- tunity to be heard. The Council shall either require the Employee Relations Officer to certify the winner of the election as the recog- nized employee organization for that unit or units, or uphold the deter- mination of the Employee Relations Officer and require it to arrange for another election. Section 10. Modification of Representation Units: A. An employee organization may request the modification of an O established representation unit by submitting the Employee Relations Officer a petition accompanied by proof of employee approval of the pro- posed modification signed by not less than sixty percent (60 %) of those employees who, if the proposed modification should be granted, would be moved from one representation unit to another. A unit modification request may not be submitted until at least thirty -six (36) months have elapsed from the most recent date of certification of the unit from which positions would be removed should the modification request be granted. No such request shall be processed unless it is filed no sooner than one hundred fifty {150) calendar days and no later than ninety (90) calendar days before the expiration of the then current memorandum of understanding or agreement between the city and the employee organization which is then presently certified as the representative of the unit from which one or more positions would be removed, if the request were granted. All petitions for modified units shall be accompanied by a list of all classifications to be included in the modified unit, the number of employ- ees in each classification, as well as the divisions and departments to which they belong. H. The Employee Relations Officer shall give notice of the request for modification of an established representation unit to the employees who would be affected by the proposed modification, to the employee organi- zation which is then currently certified as the representative of the unit from which one or more positions will be transferred, and to any recognized employee organization that has filed a written request for -8- I v 'L I I t such notice. Such notice shall be given within seventy -two (72) hours following receipt by the Employee Relations Officer of the request for modification, excluding Saturday, Sunday and holidays. C. The Employee Relations Officer shall make the final determination on the appropriateness of all units. In making such determination, the Employee Relations Officer shall not be limited to consideration of the unit or units requested. D. If, in the opinion of the Employee Relations Officer, his decision has the result of moving from one representation unit to another a suf- ficient number of employees to possibly affect the representative status of the recognized employee organization representing the unit from which or to which such employees were transferred, a secret ballot election shall be held to determine the wishes of the employees remaining in the unit from which or to which other employees were transferred as to the employee organization to represent the units from which or to which these employees were transferred. Any employee organization may be listed on said secret ballot if that organization has petitioned for a place on said ballot and submitted proof to the Employee Relations Officer (as defined in Section 3, paragraph P hereof) signed by at least thirty percent (30%) of the employees in the unit. The ballot submitted to said employees shall include a "no representative organization" choice. E. Should the decision of the Employee Relations Officer have the result of moving some employees from one representation unit to another, such employees will continue to work at the rate of pay, and under the 42 same terms and conditions of employment which they had in the unit from which they were transferred until such time as the memoranda of under- standing concerning the unit from which they were transferred which was in effect at the time of said transfer shall expire. F. Notwithstanding any other provisions of the Resolution, the Employee Relations Officer may modify any representation unit when, in the Employee Relations Officer's opinion, the present representation unit is no longer appropriate. Section 11. Executive Sessions: Nothing in this resolution shall be interpreted as preventing, or limiting the right of the City Council to hold executive sessions with the City Manager, or other duly desig- nated management representative, prior to and during consultations and discussions with representatives of employee organizations regarding the salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of employee benefits of employees in order to review its position and instruct its designated representatives. Section 12. Impasse Procedures: Impasse procedures may be invoked only after all other attempts made by both parties to reach agreement through good faith negotiation have been unsuccessful. A. Any party involved in the negotiation of specific issues may invoke the impasse procedure by filing with the other party or parties affected, a written request for an impasse meeting together with a `f statement of its position on the disputed issues. An impasse meeting -9- � 1 I F shall then be promptly scheduled by the parties involved. The purpose -parties such impasse meeting is to permit review of the position of all parties in a final good faith effort to reach agreement on the disputed issues. B. If agreement is not concluded at the impasse meeting, the parties together shall attempt to agree upon a method of resolving the dispute including, but not limited to, mediation as defined in Section 3 of this resolution. Unless the parties in writing mutually request them to do so, mediators shall make no public recommendation nor take any public position regarding the issues. All mediation sessions shall be conducted in private. to: Section 13. Unfair Employee Relations Practices: A. It shall be unfair employee relations practices for the city 1. Dominate or interfere with the formation of any employee organi- zation or contribute financial support to it, provided that the city may permit the use of city facilities and make dues deduc- tions. 2. Refuse to negotiate with representatives of recognized employee organizations on negotiable matters during the periods prescribed by this resolution. 3. Refuse or fail to cooperate with any duly designated mediator. B. It shall be unfair employee relations practices for employees or employee organizations or their agents to: 1. Interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of the rights recognized or granted in this resolution. 2. Refuse to negotiate with city officials on negotiable matters when the employee organization involved has been recognized as the majority representative. 3. Refuse or fail to cooperate with any duly designated mediator. C. Charges of violations of this section or of this resolution may be initiated by management or any employee organization_ Such charges shall be filed in writing with the Employee Relations Officer_ 1. If the Employee Relations Officer's decision is that the city has engaged in an unfair employee relations practice, the Employee Relations officer shall recooend to the city that it take appropriate corrective action. The City Council shall act on the Employee Relations Officer's rec amend tion within thirty (30) days. -10- . -L-1 — 2. If the decision is that an employee . its agents have engaged in an unfair the Employee Relations Officer shall party to take appropriate corrective with the Employee Relations Officer' within thirty (30) days, the Employee request the City Manager or the City action. I or employee organization or employee relations practice, request the offending action. If compliance s request is not obtained Relations Officer shall Council to take appropriate Section 14. Grievances: The city grievance procedure provides a progressive series of steps through which employees may present complaints or grievances arising out of their employment or working conditions. This procedure is designed to resolve grievances at the lowest supervisory level consistent with justice and administrative policy. It is the intent of this resolution that the grievance procedure, unless changed by the City Council, will continue to be used for the above described purposes, including that part of the procedure that entitles an employee, or group of employees, to representation by representatives of a recog- nized employee organization. Section 15. Advance Notice to Recognized Employee Organizations: Except in cases of emergency as provided below, each recognized employee organization affected shall be given reasonable advance written notice of any ordinance, resolution, rule or regulation directly relating to matters within the scope of representation proposed to be adopted by the city and shall to given the opportunity to meet with the appropriate management representatives prior to adoption. In cases of emergency when the foregoing procedure is not practical or in the best public interest, the city may .adopt or put into practice immediately such measures as are required. At the earliest practicable date thereafter the recognized employee organizations shall be provided with the notice described above and be given an opportunity to meet with the appropriate management representatives. Section 16. Attendance at Meetings by Employees: City employees who are official representatives or unit representatives of recognized employee organizations shall be given reasonable time off with pay to attend meetings with management representatives, or to be present at hearings where matters within the scope of representation are being considered. The use of official time for this purpose shall be reasonable and shall not interfere with the performance of city services as determined by the city. Such employee representatives shall submit a written request for excused absence to their respective department heads, with an information copy to the Employee Relations Officer, at least two working days prior to the scheduled meeting whenever possible. Except by mutual agreement between the department head and the Employee Relations Officer the number of employees excused for such purposes shall not exceed three for any one employee organization. -11- I a F Section 17. Use of City Facilities: A. A recognized employee organization which represents employees of a city department shall be allowed by the department use of space on available bulletin boards for communications having to do with official organization business, such as times and places of meetings, provided such use does not interfere with the needs of the department. This privilege may be revoked in the event of abuse. Any representative of a recognized employee organization shall give notice to the department head or his designated representative when contacting departmental employees on city facilities during the duty period of the employees, provided that solicitation for membership or other internal employee organization business shall 1,e conducted during the non -duty hours of all employees concerned. Prearrangement for routine contact may be made, and when made shall continue until revoked. B. City building:. and other facilities may be made available for use by city employees or a recognized employee organization or their representatives in accordance with such administrative procedures as may be established by the City Manager or department heads concerned. C. Only the recognized employee organization may have the regular dues of its members within a representation unit deducted from employees' paychecks under procedures prescribed by the city for such deductions. Dues deduction shall be made only upon signed authorization from the employee upon a form approved by the city, and shall continue until such *authorization is revoked in writing by the employee, or until the first day of the calendar month following the transfer of the employee to a unit represented by another employee organization as the representative of the unit to which the employee is assigned. Employees may authorize dues deductions only for the organization certified as the recognized employee organization of the unit to which such employees are assigned. Section 18. Administration: The Employee Relations Officer is authorize to establi rules and procedures to carry out the intent of this resolution. Be shall also have the authority for the administrative interpretation of this resolution. All elections authorized by this resolution shall be conducted by the State Conciliation Service or some other Party agreed on by the city and concerned employee organizations. The expenses, if any, of conducting an election shall be shared equally by the parties involved in the election. Section 19. Construction: Nothing in this resolution shall be construed to deny any person, employee or employee organization the rights granted by Federal and State Laws. The rights, powers and authority of the City Council and the rights of employee organizations in all matters, including the right to maintain any legal action, shall not be modified or restricted by this resolution. The provisions of this resolution are not intended to conflict with, nor shall they be construed in a manner inconsistent with the provisions J -12- r q 1 3 i 1 l.� of Chapter 10, Division 4, Title 1 of the Government Code of the State *of California (Sections 3500 et seq.) as amended. Section 20. Separability: If any provision of this resolution, or the app ication of such provision to any person or circumstance, shall be held invalid, the remainder of this resolution or the applica- tion of such provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it is held invalid, shall not be affected thereby. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 19 , 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers HOODS ATTEST: \ j City uric (CITY SEAL) i may I\ 9 s V i� �t . Je-1 _ 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -134 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION WITH THE DEPARTME14T OF TRANSPORTATION, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOR A GRANT UNDER THE LP" MASS TRANSPORTA- TION ACT OF 1954. AS AMENDED. WHEREAS, tw Secretary of Transportation is authorized to make grants for mass transportation projects; WHEREAS, the contract for financial assistance will impose certain obligations upon the applicant, including the provision by it of the local share of project costs; WHEREAS, it is required by the U.S. Department of Transportation in accord with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. that in connection with the filing of an application for assistance under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 19(,4, as Amended, the applicant give as assurance that it will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1954 and the U.S. Department of Transportation requirements thereunder; and WHEREAS, it is the goal of the City of South Lake Tahoe that minority business enterprise be utilized to the fullest extent possible in connection with tnis project, and that definitive procedures shall be established and administered to ensure that minority businesses shall have the maximum feasible opportunity to compete for contracts when procuring construction contracts, supplies, equipment contracts, or consultant and other services: NOW, T}iEUORE, BE IT RESOLVED by City of South Lake Tahoe City Council 1. That Richard Milbrodt, City Manager, is authorized to execute and file an application on behalf of City of South Lake Tahoe with the U.S. Department of Transportation, to aid in the financing of buses, radios, shelter, land acquisition, building and shops, and other capi tal improvements. 2. That Richard Milbrodt is authorized to execute and file with such application an assurance or any other document required by the U.S. Departm nt of Transportation effectuating the purposes of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 3. That Richard ttilbrodt is authorized to furnish such additional information as the U.S. Department of Transportation may require in connection with the application or the project_ 4. That Richard Milbrodt is authorized to set forth and execute affirmative minaritar business polities in connectiom with the project's procure- sent needs. I f r 1 t I tD 1 F PASSED AND ADDPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 2 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Couru i l members CAPRI. LOWE , WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmewbers NONE ABSENT: Councilnenbers LAINE ATTEST: Ohmm C i ty +' (CITY S I i Wk i f� 2 I i Wk i f� K p { F . CERTIFICATE The undersigned duly qualified and acting Mayor of the City of South Lake Tahoe certifies that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution, adopted at a legally convened meeting of the City Council of City of South Lake Tahoe held on August 2 1977 - K _{ 1 i�75W7f Attest: �. CITY CLERK Da to IQ r► 6 M j T L, % i �% Approved as to fors y a ixol t 3 1 1 1 3 F i 1 61liDE TO A izACHME+iT a The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 134 is entitled 3. Assurance of Cowl �anCe with Title YT of +ip r;L;T .Act of 1%4 (De'urtment pf Transrortation) 2. Aoyeodix A and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1073 I l i s - i } RCP_:bac 7 -29 -77 REV. 8 -2 -77 • 0 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 135 URGING LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES AND ITS MEMBERSHIP TO SUPPORT AN INITIATIVE AND OTHER MEASURES WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT EROSION OF LOCAL AUTHORITY IN THE AREAS OF TRANSPORTATION, ZONING AND LAND USE REGULATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the League of California Cities annual meeting is scheduled for San Francisco in the fall of 1977; and WHEREAS, resolutions are adopted by the League for its adoption process in areas of local and stateyi-de concern; and WHEREAS, this Council by previous action has opposed the erosion of local authority in the areas of transportation, zoning and land use regulation by agencies whose members are elected and who do not reside within the affected jurisdiction; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETER14INED AND ORDERED: 1. The official representative of the City of South Lake Tahoe to the League of California Cities 1977 annual meeting is hereby directed to take steps to have the attached resolution brought before the League's resolution committee and the League membership for their official report.. 2. The City Manager is directed to assist the League's resolution coamittee with information concerning the attached resolution PASSED AND ADOPTzD by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 2 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci 1 o rs CAPRI_ LNf _ WWM A[L Yya NOES: Councilmembers _M (CITY SEAL) I C I i� RCA:bac REV. 8 -2 -77 A RESOLUTION OF THE LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES AND ITS MEMBERSHIP SUPPORTING AN INITIATIVE AND OTHER MEASURES PROHIBITING THE EROSION OF LOCAL AUTHORITY IN THE AREAS OF TRANSPORTATION, ZONING AND LAND USE REGULATION RESOLVED, by the League of California Cities and its membership, that: WHEREAS, the League of California Cities and its member cities are concerned that the constitutional authority of local entities is being eroded in the areas of transportation, zoning and land use regulation by agencies whose members are not directly elected and who do not reside within the affected jurisdiction; and WHEREAS, such erosion of local authority is injurious to the system of government requiring elected officials to respond to the voters, and further results in ineffective planning; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETE&NUNED AND ORDERED that the League of California Cities and its membership supports the following principle, to be enacted into law by initiative or other appropriate procedure: The Legislature shall not abridge the power of a city, a county, or a city and county to adopt and enforce transportation, zoning or land use regula- tions. Each voting member of any state, regional or local governmental agency, board, commission or other such body empowered to adopt and enforce transportations, zoning or land use regulations shall be directly elected by the voters from within the boundaries of the region over which such state, regional or local governmental agency, board, com- mission or other body has jurisdiction. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the League of California Cities on by the following vote: tir ' ,YY f Y: FT t } i F RCA :1 as 7/26/77 REV. B -2 -77 L-1 ..'1 'rr CITY OF SOL""H LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 136 APPRJVING MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE POLICE ASSOCIATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Police Association have met and conferred in good faith in accordance with the provisions of the Meyers- 14ilias -Brown Act of the California Government Code; and WEMRFAS, the South Lake Tahoe Police Association has ratified and executed the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1979; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HERESY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: This Council approves the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1979 between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Police Association. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Aucyist 2 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmen rs 40mE ABSENT: Councilmembers LAINE ATTEST: , J La • City Clerk (CITY SEAL) r a G _ GUIDE TO ATTACHME%T The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 -136 is entitled n •n•... IAKF TAt ?E AND SMITH LAKE TAHnE M TCE ASSOCTATIN and is on file is the City Clerk's cffice is file Io. 1047 W �r i y r 1 C r Ei t r r 4 f{ , A a CITY OF SM- 'TH 1.A- :E "';,HOE RESOLUTION : 70. 1977-137 0 AMENDING THE ADOPTED 1977 -78 FIS"..AL YEAR BUDGE: AND TF.A::SFERP.ING AP PROP RIP_TTOYS TEEPEIN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the City desires to amend the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recon ends the appropriation adjustments enumerated on the attached page; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HERESY LETEi.MIN'ED A:M ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe approves the attached appropriation armendaents to the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget and same are hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City cf S.^u h Lake Tahoe, California, on Asg1,5 t 2 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI L-OVE, SNOODS AND 'N! 'X NOES: Councilmembers mn±vF ABSENT: Councilmembers LlkTi TE 1 t . ATTEST: City Clerk (C,ITY SEAL) i J , I 9 I 9 REQUEST FOR al J'J :-•: 11­)J .. ^:_'il_-1 REQuIEKIX INC ?X- %SE 4'-.P PROP 1I ATI0::: acc )unt ::u:::cer POLICE Title of Acccu.^t DATE August 2, 1977 #26 Amount 01- 19 -01 -61 Capital Outlay -1614M Projector S 737.76 S 5 5 S S DECRFASE APP=.OPRIATION: Account Numner Title of Account Amount 61- 19-01 -11 (Prior Year) FnT. ;zlies 5 737,76 S S DETAILED ?.EA-SONS FOR EUDG g' Department Projector used for shoring training films is no longer servicable and must be replaced. Existing Projector was purchased used. Purchase price is available from savings on prior year 1976/77 Department Supplies Account APP ?Ds -? FOR ADOPTION: �A l' 1 .eisZ u U3te Fiaa: c L'izecto :fate 7 -�� city :.aver mate FILE ►ice I T Y t RCA:bac 8 -9 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 138 REQUESTING THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE SPECIAL ELECTION WITH THAT ELECTION ORDERED BY THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT FOR THE DATE NOVEMBER 8, 1977 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an election has been ordered for November 8, 1977, by the Governing Board of the South Tahoe Public Utility District; and WHEREAS, an election has been called for the same day and the same territory, or in territory that is in part the same, by the City of South Lake Tahoe City Council; and WHEREAS, this City Council deems it appropriate to consolidate this election with that of the South Tahoe Public Utility District for the precincts lying within the City of South Lake Tahoe; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council hereby authorizes the consolidation of its special election on November 8, 1977, with that ordered for the same date and territory by the South Tahoe Public Utility District, and requests the South Tahoe Public Utility District Governing Board and the E1 Dorado County Board of Supervisors to approve and author- ize said consolidation. Further, authorization for joint canvassing is provided and approval sought from both the STPL"D Board and the County Board. 2. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to perform all acts necessary to accomplish said consolidated election, pursuant to all pertinent codes and statutes. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 12 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS and WYNN HOES: Councilmembers done ABSENT: Cvuncilom tubers Pone APPRDVED: rayor 1 City Clerk ' I t r. RCA '- a)aC 8 -4 -77 0 0 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 139 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT 'CgJT STREET'' 1974 -1 (EQUITY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1974 -1) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: I. The deed and property interest granted therein of Equity Management Associates, a partnership, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Auqust_16 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI. LAID, LOWE, MOODS AKD WYNX NOES: Coumcilmembers NOS ABSENT: Councilmembers MOW .1 or ATTEST : c c (CITY SEAL) i r i r r i 1 Ma I F 1 GUIDE TO ATiACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977 - l is entitled flr ?nt [)ppd anH rYhihit A and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File Ho. 1 �JB2 J a i if I b a 1 N - wqowowmm Immmo WIN, � "wo, IR W"rkIjw � �, I Y I I ! RCA :tac 8-4-77 - CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -140 ACCEPTING DEEDED PfIOPER'TY INTEREST FOR ASSESSI+ENT DISTRICT "OUR STREET" - +�o ?V ti Er: LA Nf 1974 -1 . (TRAGNI ) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1974 -1) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest granted therein of Vincent Tragni and Ann Tragni are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 15 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counciimembers f_APRj_ l AiKF f !VF 11fxt!!S AV jjv *,N NOES: Council members hpNF ABSENT: Councilmembers NW or ATTEST: ty ,,Clerk / I f t i f M, F F GUIDE TO A7ACHMEXT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- is entitled and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. -1 LI 0 Y +d F i CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -141 t A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING WORK UNDER CONTRACT FOR PWC /76 -9 SOUTH AVENUE DRAIWAGE PROJECT AND DIRECTING CITY ENGINEER TO FILE NOTICE OF COMPLETION HE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the City Engineer has filed with the City Clerk the Engineer's Certificate as to the completion of all work provided to be done under and pursuant to the contract between the City and NOSH HICiQ M PAYING, INC., as Contractor, dated July 20, 1916; and uHEREAS, it appears to the satisfaction of the Council that the work under said Contract has been fully completed and done as provided in said Contract and the places and specifications therein referred to; now therefore: IT IS DRERED: 1. That said work be, and it is hereby, accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe and deemed completed according to the terms and condi- tions of said Contract. 2. That the City Engineer be, and hereby is, directed to execute and file for record with the County Recorder of the Carty of El Dorado Notice of Completion of said work as required by law. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an August 16 , 1977, by the following vote: Ayes: Counci liaembers CAPRI LAIC LOWE. H Noes: Councilmembers NOW - Absent: Councilmeembers NONE Attest: ' Cii ty t e > Mayor r i C t i� y RCA:bac 8 -4 -77 E F I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 142 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE STATE PERSONNEL BOARD FOR PERSONNEL EXAKINING SERVICES AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGRES-MENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is desirous of enter- ing into an agreement with the State of California Personnel Board for furnishing of the necessary planning, scheduling, preparation, construction and rating of written examinations for classifications, to be mutually agreed upon by the City and the Board; and AREAS, a Cost Service Contract Agreement has been sub- mitted to the City for these services; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approves the above entitled agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agree - ment by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and in- corporated herein, along with Exhibit ?►, Cost Services Contract Rules and Procedures, and Exhibit B, Examination Price List. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 16 , i977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers WK ASSENT: Co unci lmembe rs %W Ta ATTEST: V yor CIS clem —� (CITY SEAL) I F GUIDE M ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution Io. 1977-142 is entitled Exhibit A C--t Se-Oce Contract Agreement, FxRjtit P Examination Price List and is on file in trie City Clerk's cl"fice in File No. 1047 4, -1 -1 1 A i EY _ s 7."12.77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 143 F A RESCLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Scuth Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is proposed that the following be completed: An ordinance of the City of South Lake Tahoe repealing Chapter 25 of the Municipal Code (Sign Ordnance) and enacting in lieu thereof a new Chapter 25 pertaining to the same subject and consisting of the original Chapter 25 and amendments thereto. Proposed by: City of South Lake Tahoe P.O. Box 1210 South Lake Tahoe, California WHEREAS, the Assistant City Manager for Comnurity Development, upon review, has concluded that, if completed, the above project will have an insignificant or trivial impact, if any, on the environment and, therefore, reco®ends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Resolution; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY D.`- _'TUMilN D AbW ORDERED THAT: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the reco®endation of the Assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described project, if completed, will have an insignificant impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby deterrined that the said project does not require the preparation of an Environ- mental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terns thereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recoamendation, as Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California .v "T 1. I a. �. i 1 F F Ma PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 15 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Coancilmembers CAPRI, LAINE AND WYNN NOES: Counciimembers LOWE ARID WOODS ABSENT: Coil ilmembers NONE ATTEST: { ' Impr � C tk Cl (City Seal) ma r l -1 I i 1 I 1 EIR No. 77 -24 .c � + CITY CF 5 ' �i AK= �AH0E: M r 19 65 .' i p. p• E� 1210 • S: UTH LAKE TAY. =_. MALIFC.;U� A Ss70S • FH ` ES161 541. D 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. ai NEGATIVE DECLARATION OF ENVIRM.MMAL 12 7 Of 50M LRAM TAM t CALMUM I I DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION OF PROJECT i An ordinance of the City of South Lake Tahoe repealing Chapter 2S of the Municipal Code (Sign Ordinance) and enacting in lieu thereof a new Chapter 25 per- taining to the same subject and consisting of the original Chapter 25 and amts thereto. II STATENENf OF REVIEW ANM DETERMINATION In accordance with Section 15083 of the GU DELINES FOR DWLENn'TATION OF CALIFOiMLA ENVIRMIENTAL QUALITY ACT OF 1970 (as amended tarough January 1. 1977) it has been determined upon review of the hatter, that the above proposed project gill have no significant adverse effects on the environment. The project is proposed to provide a comprehensive yet reasonable system of sign control in an effort to enhance the visual character of the SoLth take Tahoe community. The proposed amendments specify additional, limitations or sign size, ieight, location, design, and illmination which are deemed desirable in light of changing conditions in the ten years since Chapter 25 was originally adopted. j The project does not propose mitigation measures inasmuch as there are potentially no significant adverse effects upon the en ironment which might result from the adoption of the ordinance. Therefore, it is found and determined that this proposed ordinance, if adopted, will have an insignificant or trivial adverse effect, if any, on the environ- ment. Accordingly, it is recommended that the City Council adapt a resolution certify- ing this negative declaration. Information and initial study upon which this determination is based say be reviewed in the Planning office of the Cammity Development Department, City Administrative Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, Califoraia., or at the Lake Valley Library, 5059 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Date: July 12, 1977 NFAL G. 1EALT R Asst. City Manager and Plamlinj Director cc: City Clerk City Attorney by County Cleric Comstmity Deveiapsrat Cocrdinatar IWA CTRPA I 1 w ii :l 3 1 ELR:Csd) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 8 -]0 -77 RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -1QG 1 F A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE SETTING FORTH A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BY AND BETidEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE CITY CLERK WHEREAS, the City Council has discussed the terms of a Memorandus of Understanding by and between the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the City Clerk; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council hereby approved a MemD randum of Understanding by and between the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the City Clerk, the terms of which are set forth below: PROPOSAL #1: TOTAL COMPENSATION: The total compensation of the City Clerk shall be increased to $1182 per month effective July 1, 1977. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Au;wzt 16 . 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci lmmbers CART t ATME WQnM AND WYMM WOES: Councilmewbers J rW ABSENT: Council.meabers gW ATTEST: CM C D CITY SEAL t\ J i r. t i �1:las 8/10/77 is 4r CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -145 A RESOLUTION APPROVING SALARY RANGES FOR MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE /ADMINISTRATIVE;MkNAGEFENT /CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE CROUP RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe has met and conferred in good faith with members of the Executive /Administrative /Managewent /Confidential Employee Group in accordance with the provisions of the Meyers- Milias -Brawn Act of the California Government Code; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERM iNED AND ORDERED TWAT: This Council approves the salary ranges as set forth in Appendix "A" attached hereto for rs of the Executive /Administrative /Management/ Confidential group of employees - PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Augu% t 16 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmewbers I IKE LQWF WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmewbers MM ABSENT: Counc i l aiembe rs ti[1wrF Mayor ATTEST: 160 04 City ClerkT .a E L. 1 t jr I 1 � 1 1 i L.. 1 F F ]as &J 10/ 77 REV. 8/16/77 APPENDIX "A" 0 Effective July 1, 1977, the salary ranges for all employees in the below listed job classifications shall be as follows: -1 o . STEP POSITION S SALARY R RANGE A A 8 8 C C D D E E Executive City Vanager 2 2833 City Attorney 2 2583 Administrative Police Chief 8 89.1 1 1979 2 2078 2 2182 2 2292 2 2407 Fire Chief 8 87.1 1 1884 1 1979 2 2078 2 2182 2 2292 Assistant City Manager for Community Development 8 86.1 1 1838 1 1931 2 2028 2 2130 2 2237 Finance Director 8 86.1 1 1838 1 1931 2 2028 2 2130 2 2237 Recreation and Parks Director 8 84.1 1 1750 1 1838 1 1931 2 2028 2 2130 Public Works Director/ City Engineer 2 2100 OKanagement Police Captain /Deputy Chief of Police 8 82.9 1 1699 1 1785 1 1875 1 1969 2 2068 Senior Civil Engineer 8 82.9 1 1699 1 1785 1 1875 1 1969 2 2068 Assistant Fire Chief 8 81.9 1 1658 1 1741 1 1829 1 1922 2 2018 Deputy Public Works Director 8 82.9 1 1699 1 1785 1 1875 1 1969 2 2068 Fire Battalion Chief (3) 7 79.9 1 1579 1 1658 1 1741 1 1829 1 1922 Police Captain 7 79.9 1 1579 1 1658 1 1741 1 1829 1 1922 Building and Safety Supervisor 7 78.2 1 1516 1 1591 1 1670 1 1754 1 1843 Police Lieutenant (3) 7 76.9 1 1468 1 1542 1 1618 1 1699 1 1785 Revenue Supervisor 7 75.9 1 1433 1 1505 1 1579 1 1658 1 1741 Data Processing Supervisor 7 73.9 1 1364 1 1433 1 1505 1 1579 1 1658 Parks Superintendent 7 72.9 1 1332 1 1398 1 1468 1 1542 1 1618 Recreation Superintendent 7 72.9 1 1332 1 1398 1 1468 1 1542 I I618 Community Development Coordinator 7 72.2 1 1309 1 1374 1 1444 1 1516 1 1591 Transit Services Coordinator 7 70.9 1 1268 1 1332 1 1396 1 14£8 1 1542 Confidential Legal Coordinator 6 63.8 1 1066 1 1119 1 1175 1 1234 1 1296 Admrinistratime Secretary 6 61.8 1 1016 1 1066 1 1119 1 1175 1 1234 �. Police Secretary 5 58.9 9 945 9 993 1 1043 1 10% 1 1149 Personnel Secretary 5 56.8 8 898 9 943 9 991 1 1041 1 1092 Emmployees of the above listed classes shill h have Council a authorized salary i increases paid as salary or benefits as may be authorized b by the City Manager upon request o of said employees- 4 t "1 1 F F h. itCA:bac B -9 -77 REV' 11 -1 -77 kmt CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 0 RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -146 APPROVING MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION RESOLVED, by the City %- ouncil of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the Cite of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Firemen's Association have met and conferred in good fail-Ali in ac- cordance with the provisions of the Meyers- Milias -Brown Act of the California Government Code; and WHEREAS, the South Lake Tahoe Firemen's Association has ratified and executed the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1979; A— //' /- 7 ? •� •� NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. This Council approves the Memorandum of Understanding for the period July 1, 1977 through June 30, 1979, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Lake Tahoe Firemen's Association. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 15 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES : Czuncilmembers CAPRI, LAIKE, LDHE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers NM ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE 7yor ATTEST: City 'Clerk • ' (CITY SEAL} _ I �i s t f r� F F GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 4zz-- is entitled and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. --1 f I F1 M { 1 fi t 1 f RCA:bac 5 -13 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 147 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND INDIVIDUALS RELATING TO FUNDING OF TAHOE VALLEY DRAINAGE BASIN ENGINEERING SERVICES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Individuals for payment of one half of the contract price of engineering services for the Tahoe Valley Drainage Basin, in the amount of $4,500.00; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby autborises the execution by the Mayor of the above described Agreement between the city of South Lake Tahoe and Individuals relating to funding of Tahoe Valley Drainage Basin engineering ^� services. / PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 5 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAIKE, LORE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Council members, DONE ABSENT: Counc i lmeimber s NOW X.ayor ATTEST: ea f 4 01 we tY Clerk (CITY SEAL1 I tT A 3 E-1 GUIDE TO ATTANMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- iV-7 is entitled AGREEMENT BETWEEN T14E CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAME AND INDIVIDUALS RELATING TO FUNDING OF TAHOE VALLEY DRAINAGE BASIN ENGINEERING SERVICES and is on file is the City Clerk's office in File No. 1133 - 1047 r Cob E i 7[` 1[j • r: i 1 RCA:bac 5 -10 -77 to CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 148 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT BETI-EEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND WILLIAM F. PILLSBURY FOR THE TAHOE VALLEY DRAINAGE BASIN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: AREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and William F. Pillsbury, Inc. to accomplish an engineering assessment of the Tahoe Valley Drainage Basin; NOM, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe here- by authorizes the execution by the Mayor of an Agreement Between The City of South Lake Tahoe and William F. Pillsbury For Engineer- ing Services For the Tahoe Valley Drainage Basin, a cony of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Segtauber b , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOBE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Councilmembers tjW ABSENT: Councilmembers tiW Mayor ATTEST : Ci Clerk (CIT,f SEAL) v V I s } 1 y 1 i �i i F A E � _ I 1 GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT I The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 197 - -14c is entitled fir17«HrI4T RrT4rru r-rV nr 1�11:rru F prr TaWIr grin �IT+ i TV C FIi LSKRY FLIP SFRV!rrC FOP Tier Triune VAI ! FY ?,AINAGE 3ASIN and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1133 - 1047 t i F F 1 as 8/29/77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 149 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING A SALARY AND POSITION ALLOCATION SCHEDULE AND RATES OF PAY FOR THE 1977 -78 FISCAL YEAR BE IS RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the City Council hereby approves the salary and position allocation schedule and rates of pay for the employees of the City of South Lake Tahoe during the 1977 -78 fiscal year, all as more particularly indicated in Exhibits A and B attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, all previously approved salary schedules and rates of pay are hereby rescinded. PASSED A:M ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 5 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, LORE, WOODS AND WYNN NOES: Council rs NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers NONE ATTEST: 1 City Cler, _ (` rw ✓UL Mayo ' t• i -1 w S i �1 r �r 4 r- r 0 ..i GUIDE TO ATTACWENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of Scuth Lake Tahoe Resolution "io. 1977- 149 is entitled CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PERSONNEL ALLOCATION SOWARY SHEET 1977 -78 (EXHIBIT Al -- CITY OF SOUTH L AV—F T.AHOF SALARY AND POSITION ALLOCATION SCHEDULE 1977 -78 (EXHIBIT B) and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1065 I— moo %j qN a M -j v B -31 -77 1 CITY OF SOUTH !A-KE TAME RESOL:.'TIGU NO. 1977-150 A Rr- aGLU'TION. APPROVINri THE APPLICATION FOR 1976 STA —LE. GFJ%ZZT MCN=— FOR BIKE TRAILS IN THE CITY OF SCCTB IAKE TAHOE The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: ,WHEREAS, the people of the State of California have enacted the State, Urban, and Coastal Park Bond Act of 1976, which provides funds to the State of California and its political subdivisions for acquiring lands and for developing facilities for public recreation and historical purposes; and t wnERFAS, the State De oazaeat of Parks and Recreation has been delegated the responsibility for the administration of the program within the state, setting up nec- essary procedures governing application by local agencies under the program; and WHEREAS, said procedures established by the State Department of Parks and Recrea- tion require the applicant to certify by resolution the approval of applications prior to submission of said applications to the state; and Wt MEAS, said applications contain assurances that the applicant must comply with; and wKE.RFAS, the applicant agency will enter into an agreement with the State of California for the acquisition and/or develc-pment of the project; W)w, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council hereby: I_ Approves the filing of an application for 1976 state grant assistance; and 2. Certifies that said agency underst mds the assurances in the application; and 3. Certifies that said agency has or will have sufficient funds to operate and maintain the project; and S. Certifies that said agency has reviewed and understand s the General Provisiors contained in the sample state /local agreement; and 5. Appoints the City Manager as agent of the City to conduct all negotiations, execute and submit all doc=ents including but not limited to applications, ayzPements, amendments. payment requests. and so on which may be necessary for the cadet' of the aforementioned project. PASSED, APPRMM, A® ADGP-rM by the City Council of the City of South L&ke Tahoe oa Sootapibcr 5 , 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmergers CAPRI. LA.INE. LM. WOOM A:*M WYNN lIOFS: Councilme-zbers %W ASSE:EiT: CD-ne-i manners MW A EST: y`% DEL L #TAE CM S AL- �r t1 f � } -1 --1 } RCA:bac 6 -30 -77 N i ATTEST: e . - -- :ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) Ma Apr I �i s i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 151 APPROVING A RATE INCREASE FOR LAKE TAHOE AMBUL;LNCE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, application for a rate increase was made by Lake Tahoe Ambulance in compliance with provisions of Chapter 4 of the City of South Lake Tahoe Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing on such matter and has considered the evidence presented at such hearing; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: The rate increase requested by Lake Tahoe Ambulance, as shown an Exhibit A attached hereto, is approved, to be effective - immediately. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Sep b 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Counci'-members CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, MOODS AND WYNN :HOES : Oj :;,nci I members NODE ABSENT: CounciImembers NONE ATTEST: e . - -- :ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) Ma Apr I �i s i r F ii 7 . Exhibit A LAKE TAHOE DUI -kiCE RATE SCHEDULE Base Rate - $50.00 Mileage - 2.50 Emergency Run - 7.50 Night Call - 7.50 Oxygen - 7.50 Resuscitation - 20.00 HLR - 20.00 IV Starts - 15.00 Waiting Time - 7.50 (1 /4 hour) Supplies - As Needed ENT II Procedures - As Needed Transfer Rates Base Rate - $50.00 Mileage - 2.00 IV Rwining - 7.50 Oxygen - As Per Distance r.i Waiting Time - 7.50 (1/4 hour) i a RCA:bac 9 -12 -77 1. CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 152 AUTHO RI Z I;iG THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AGTF.ENENT FOR THE DEFERRED CC?'STRUCTION OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOC"TS LAKE TAHOE AND CHARLES E. RAFFETT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, it is necessary that an Agreement for the Deferred Construction of Public Improvements be entered into between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Charles E. Raffety; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: _. 1. That the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby authorizes the execution by the Mayor of an Agreement for the Deferred Construction of Public Improvements in connec- tion with the development of real property and providing for lien on specific real property, between the City of South Lake Tahoe and Charles E. Raffety, copy of which Agreement is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, subject to the improvements set forth in Schedule A -1 and A -2 and the real property described in Exhibit "B' attached to said Agreement. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 5.ptesuber 20 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAME. MOODS AKD YYN NOES: Councilmesnbers MW ABSENT: Councilnembers LOWE �#ayOl ATTEST V 4604 (CITY SEAL] R i {i i 1 i F F F GUIDE TO ATTACRMENT The document referred to as an attachment to city of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 152 is entitled Agreement for the Deferred Constructinn of Public Improvements in Connectinn with the Development of Real Propertv and Providina for Lien on Specific Real Proverty and is on file in the City Clerk's office is File No. 1129 and 1047 i 1 t J f i 3 r 1 i F F GUIDE TO ATTACRMENT The document referred to as an attachment to city of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 152 is entitled Agreement for the Deferred Constructinn of Public Improvements in Connectinn with the Development of Real Propertv and Providina for Lien on Specific Real Proverty and is on file in the City Clerk's office is File No. 1129 and 1047 i 1 t J f i 3 r 1 Y f ' F CITY OF SDUTH LXE TAHOE RESOLL371 TON I C'. 19 7 i- ] Si A."IENDI;iG THE ADOPTED 1977 -78 FISCAL YFj,-R BL'DG£^_' r,.'.D TRANSFERRING APPROPP.UTIG::S THEPEIN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: Wf'.FFMAS, the City desires to amend the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff recoa.re_^.ds -he appropriation adjus;.:.ents enumerated on the attached page; NOW, TF.EREFCRE, IT IS HEREBY DETEtRLNU iE.D F,I:D ORDERED that: 1. The City Council cf the City of South Lake Tahoe approves t_':e attached appropriation amendments to the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget and same are hereby adcpted. PASSED AIM ADOPTED by the City Council c_` the City cf South Lake Tahoe, Califo=ia, on SeotPmber 2Q 1977, by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSE:,iT : ATTEST : CoLncil.:,erbers repot i ATNr. W(xux AIIn WYNN Council-me- ers one r p��i? members irwF Mayor City Clerk (CITY SEAL) — x t ti 1 f 1 i L: I n ,.i a I GUIDE TO ATTACKMENT The document referred to as an attactr.ent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 14'47-153 is entitled Request for Budget Adjustment P-blic Works Dept. Request for Budget Adjustment Various Departments and is on €i1e in the City Clerk's cf'ice in File 14o. 1044 _ i t I KA : b ac 9 -12 -77 4. CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -154 AUTHORIZING THE REMOVAL OF STOP SIGNS AT THE INTERSECTION OF MERGED AND RIVERSIDE AVENUES RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, stop signs were erected to control traffic at the intersection of Merced and Riverside Avenues; and WHEREAS, the Department of Public Works recommends their removal since they are no longer necessary and the Police Department has no objection; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Manager is directed to cause the removal of the existing stop signs at the intersection :,f Merced and Riverside Avenues. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of ,i South Lake Tahoe on September 20 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LAINE, WOODS AND WYNN i NOES: Councilmembers ABSENT: Councilmembers LATE r ATTEST: nayor ii � • ity Clerk (CITY SEAL) i 19 65 1 r i L r� RCA:bac 9 -13 -77 • F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 155 APPROVING AGREEMENT BET14EEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND SUA INCORPORATED, FOR A SPACE NEEDS STUDY, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, City desires to have a space needs study done for a centrally located government facility; and WHEREAS, SUA Incorporated is qualified to do such study; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe and SUA Incorporated, marked as Exhibit "A ", including the proposal which is incorporated into the agreement, both of which are on file in the City Clerk's office, is hereby approved. The Mayor is authorized to execute said agreement. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 20 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI. LAINc— l00r1S A%ln Lly,'V!Q '.+EVES: Councilmembers NpNE ABSENT: Councilmembers LOWE ATTEST: Mlyor ity Cleric (CITY SEAL) ! i t9 � 66 A J �o A # � 0 ° ~� i k1 . .- | / ' ---' F _I . . ~ 4 s a. RCA:hac 9 -12 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977-156 CONFIR?UNG THE COST OF ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION (TUNN£Y) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on May 24, 1977, the City Council adopted Resolu- tion No. 1977 -102, declaring a public nuisance, and on July 5, 1977, said Council adopted Resolution No. 1977 -122, overruling all objections to the abatement of said nuisance and directing the Director of Public Works to proceed with the abatement of the nuisance; and WHEREAS, the said nuisance consisted of the following: garbage, old wood, cardboard, furniture parts and miscellaneous debris, constitutir.-; a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare; and UMEREAS, the Director of Public Works has abated said public nuisance and kept an account of the cost of abatement, which has been submitted to the City Council for confirmation; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY D£TER!lINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Pursuant to the terms of City Council Resolution Nos. 1977 -102 and 1977 -122, the Director of Public works entered upon private property, hereinafter more particularly described, for the purpose of abating the above described public nuisance_ 2. The cost account for such abatement has been submitted to this Council for confirmation in the form of an iteriized written report, identified as Exhibit A attached, and a copy of said report has been posted in the time and manner required by Government Code Section 39575. The objections, if any, filed by the property owner liable for assessment for said abatement having been filed and heard, are hereby overruled. The report identified as Exhibit A is confirmed. 4. The cost of the above described abatement as set forth in Exhibit A, said amount being $216.21, constitutes a special assessment against the property described as follows: Assessor's Parcal No. 23- 372 -01 Lot 7, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivlsicc. So. 1 1061 Second South Lake Tahoe, California S. The City Clerk is directed to transmit a certified i copy of this Resolution to the County Assessor, County Tax } 7 A F F -1 Collector and County Auditor, County Auditor is required to tax roll and to collect the ti the time and in the spanner as all in the manner as provided 39587. on or before October 1, 1977. The enter said assessment on the county 3tal amount of the assessment at other ordinary municipal taxes, by Government Code Section 39560- PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 20 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: CounciImembers CAPRI. LAIME. WWDS A,4D WiNN NOES: Councilmembers NONE ABSENT: Councilmembers LM E AZTES T: Lty Clerk (CITY SEAL) f 19 65 -2- yor I d t9 63 r% i 1 OTY OF SOUTH LAKE r w TAHOE 1 �� �W P. O. BOY 1210 - SOUTH LAKE TAHOE. CAL:FORMiA 95M - GNOME 1916) S41 290' August 22, 1977 REGt,IVED 1 rill Cr" OF S06TH L^U TA&W, CAWOLIM To: Ron Merry, Public Works Director Fr: Edwin I1. 9rauner, Deputy Public Works Director Re: runner Nuisance Abatement Resolution No. 1977 -122 The subject nuisance was abated on August 22, 1977. Follow- ing are the costs incurred: Labor $120.16 Equipment 59.69 Dump Fees 16.70 Sub Total $196.55 Administration Cost (101) 19.66 Total Cost $216.21 Please forward this to heal Walton for placement on the next City Council agenda. EHI : an Enclosure EDWIN H. BRAUNER 1 - ;- ZZ' i FILE N0: �y � r i 1 -± RCA:bac i0 -3- i 7 1 I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION CIO. 1977 -157 JOINT RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND THE SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT REQUESTING THE CALIFORNIA WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD, LAHONTAN REGION. TO HOLD ITS PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE REMOVAL OF THE EXISTING CEASE AND DESIST ORDER IN SOUTH LAKE TAHOE DURING THE MONTH OF DECEINMER 1977 BUT NOT LATER THAN JANUARY 1978 JOINTLY RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Directors of the South Tahoe Public Utility District, that: WHEREAS, there is currently a Cease and Desist Order in effect against the South Tahoe Public Utility District Treatment Plant; and WHEREAS, the California water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region, has been requested to hold a public hearing to lift such order; and W-REREAS, it is of paramount importance to the citizens and property owners and their families of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the South Tahoe Public Utility District that they be given the opportunity to be present and to offer testimony at the Lahontan meeting; and WHEREAS, an early decision is necessary to inform our citizens, property owners, and their families whet:ier and in what canner they will be able to utilize their property and to earn a living since the building season at the Lake commences in early Spring, requiring. plans be made months before; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Directors of the South Tahoe Public Utility District hereby jointly request that the California water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region, hold its public hearing concerning the South Tahoe Public Utility District Cease and Desist Order in South Lake Tahoe during the month of December 1977, but not later than January 1978, and in no event in an area outside of the South Lake Tahoe Basin. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on 0;.- -}ohor 3 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Love, Moods and Wynn NOES: Counci lmembers None ASSERT: Co-uncilmembers Rose f -l- f f i 1. !w' 3 r F � r �k 1 � F ATTEST: ,f kwo (CITY SEAL) I Mayoe PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Dire tors of the South Tahoe Public Utility District on October 3 the following vote: , 1977, by AYES: Boarc3members HeWrtf, Kashuba, Fie+dcamp, Cockinq NOES: Soardmembe rs None ABSENT: Boardmembers Fesler i� ATTEST Deputy mUec . t. i I •� i a -2- resident i I I 1 � F I t RCA:bac 9 -20 -77 0 F 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -158 PROHIBITING PARKING ON THE NORTHERLY SIDE OF SANDY WAY FROM THE INTERSECTION OF TAKELA DRIVE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, Section 22507 of the California Vehicle Code and Section 16 -36 of the Municipal Code authorizes this Council to establish parking restrictions; IOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. Parking shall be prohibited as follows: a. On the northerly side of Sandy Way from the inter- section of Takela Drive for approximately 95 feet, as shown on the attached Exhibit W. s 2. The City Engineer is hereby directed to erect signs giving notice of the aforesaid restrictions within the designa- ted area. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, hoods and Wyrm NOES: Counc i lmembers Hone ABSENT: Councilmembers how ATTEST: r rte`' yir %' / AMA 4.4 ty Clerk /f I ■ F F rl,q 11 -F-el /I O9"el j —= 1% fy-Le Ll: N4 s F F RCA:bac 9 -20 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION' NO. 1977 -159 ACCEPTING WORK UNDER CONTRACT FOR P'f77 -2 STREET OVERLAY PROJECT AND DIRECTING CITY ENGINEER TO FILE NOTICE OF COMPLETION RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City Engineer has filed with the City Cleric the Engineer's Certificate as to the completion of all work provided to be done under and pursuant to the contract between the City and BASIC FOCK PRODUCTS AND SUSANVILLE CUNSTRUCTION, A JOINT VENTURE, as Contractor, dated July 5, 1977; and WHEREAS, it appears to the satisfaction of the Council that work under said Contract has been fully completed and done as provided in said Contract and the plans and specifica- tions therein referred to; WN, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED: I. That said work be, and -t is hereby, accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe and deemed completed according to the terms and conditions of said Contract. 2. That the City Engineer be, and hereby is, directed to execute and file for record with the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado Notice of Completion of said work as required by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October '. , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, Moods and Wynn NOES: Co un c i lmembe r s iione ABSENT: Councilmembers None / Aayor ATTEST:,.. r ty Clerk - sFALY. - -i | � | ' | , L� lom- I 1 r FI CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION N0. 1.977 -160 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZINC THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO MAINTAIN THE CITY OWNED TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEM AT CITY EXPENSE, AND A HOLD HAICILESS PROVISION WITH RESPECT THERETO WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe owns and operates traffic signals on City owned streets; and WHEREAS, the City has neither the equipment nor personnel necessary to maintain traffic signal systems; and WHEREAS, the California Department of Transportation does have necessary equipment and technicians to maintain such faci- lities to the benefit of the City and the public at large; and WHEREAS, the Department of Transportation does need a formal resolution authorizing their activities as described for the fiscal year 19:7 -78. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows, to wit: 1. That the City does hereby authorize and request the California Department of Transportation to maintain the City owned traffic signal system for the fiscal year 1977 -78 at the intersection of Pioneer Trail and Ski Run Boulevard in the City of South Lake Tahoe. 2. That said maintenance shall be at the City's expense. 3. That the City shall deposit funds totaling one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200.00) to be used to cover costs to the Department of Tran- sportation for maintenance of signals. 4. That the City does hereby hold the State of California, Department of Transportation, and its officers and employees harmless for any personal injuries or death of any person, or for any property damage resulting from the �� a i E e z.->,. 1 maintenance or operation of the aforesaid traffic signals by the said Department of Transportation. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: Capri, Laine, Lowe, bloods, iynn NOES: Councilmembers: None ABSEWT: Councilmembers: None ATTEST: V City C'_e (CITY SEAL) 11 / Mav^ o r'''�s` - dT �r f� 1 e i RCI.: b ac 9 -26 -77 .mss' I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -161 DENYING CLAIM OF L. J. PANTHER RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, claim against the City of South Lake Tahoe was filed on September 6, 1977, by Neil B. Leonard, attorney for claimant L. J. Panther, in the amount of $25,000.00; and WHEREAS, said claim is based upon allegations set forth in those materials identified collectively as `Exhibit A ", a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, it is the recos endation of the City Attorney, based upon information and review, that the above described claim be denied by action of this City Council; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: I. Upon consideration and review of all the currently available information, the City Council hereby rejects the claim of L. J. Panther in the amount of $25,000.00. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October' 4 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, hoods, and Wyrm NOES: Council members alone ABSENT: Councilmembers hone M4yor ATTEST: i i.� t . 1 ty Cleric CCITT SEAL] t :I �1 I v F y )jj 1 7. SEP 6 LQ77 R.S G': A.:, T DAMAGES FUR P-_, JURIES CITy ()F SOWX &AU TAW*. CM"NO.'t. TO 1HE CITY OF �IiE Cii'Y OF Lt'&KE T A C,LjF-,;ulA C"z"'m is rxreUy Laac a lalnst -.ae 7 -,y of "c,LAt- Tahoe as f�ll,_-ws: T. box `333 Statellne, :ie,,a la -rapt, " n _e 2. .1, TT L e a t e 751.1 or- la 7 1 3. Property iamaged N/A of lnj:ar,: multip" -e me�acarral fn%lrfes lef+ h-nmnol fractures a,� ay I— ,,.,er -i e o�' 1t, P_ unit raised above gr uri e 4f *.:� Aj-v Bi'lou E- --c-mel-,ta-Y Sch-cc,l apprax t lra T u'-,Y- 27 1?77 4. n 17. Li T une:n,�wn 2- r Lz-ava.1 at le at t.is da-_ e s a n FILL ?40: I A �` 1 3 r ELR: k%t CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE • RESOLUTION ISO. 1977 -162 A RESOLUTION1 AUTHORIZING ACQUISITION OF FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY FROM THE CALIFORNIA STATE AGENCY FOR SURPLUS PROPERTY BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the employees whose rases, titles, and signatures are listed below shall be and are hereby authorized as our representatives to acquire federal surplu, property from the California State Agency for Surplus Property under the Terms and Conditions listed on the attactied form: NAME TITLE Richard Milbrodt City Manager Marven Smiley Fire Chief Ed Brauner Deputy Public Works Director Bud Hord Shop Foreman 9 SIGNATURE F PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4 ,1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilsesbers Capri, Lae_ I ow- 69ands and Lynn [TOES: Counciimembers gone ABSENT: Cour*c i I members N" ATTEST: M 49ity Clerk r i 119 65 yor As. ti To FC&M ol •• r I -• . orx�r t 1 v i 11 d i 1 1 1 4 y i .r GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- is entitled RESOLUTION St of Cal ....� :, a.; Fnr r-1 ;ihjl :ti Fer Program. Assurance of CoWliance w—.th GSA Regulations Under Title VI Etc. and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1040 ' rf r }1 f E X11 4 y i .r GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- is entitled RESOLUTION St of Cal ....� :, a.; Fnr r-1 ;ihjl :ti Fer Program. Assurance of CoWliance w—.th GSA Regulations Under Title VI Etc. and is on file in the City Clerk's office in file No. 1040 ' rf r }1 f E F RCA:bac . Rev. 10 -4 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE 'AHOE Is RESOLUTION 1:0. 1917- 163 COMMENDING JIM LANG FOR HIS SERVICES AS A !",UeE— c DF THE SCREENIyG COMMITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Soutn Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, in early May 1977 JIM LANG was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of E1 Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Screening Committee; and WHEREAS, said Committee was established by ordinance to evaluate the over 1,000 requests for C3ilding permits during the construction year 1377, a year in which only 500 permits were available for issuance; and WHEREAS, the Screening Committee members spent long hours - to tine disadvan- tage of their personal work - under great pressure evaluating and investigating applications; and WHEREAS, determining whether neighbors, residents, and nonresidents preserzed an application in accordance with the requirements of the ordinance was, at times, seemingly a responsibility too great to ask; and WHEREAS, the duties of the Screening Committee, a 'front line' coa-aittee, were completed with fairness and sensitivity under the most difficult cirestahces; NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED tr,at: JIM LANG is hereby commended by this Council for his icrg and dedicated service to the citizens of the Soutn Shore of the Lake Tanoe Basin. PASSED A'YD ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October d, 1977 by tw following vote: AYES: CounciImembers CAPRI, LAINE, LOVE, WAS and WYU NOES: Councilmembers lone ASSENT: Counc i I members Ncne De I Laine - *ydr ATTEST: Evelyn L. R3berUM - City Clerk CITY SE a t9 65 kv 1 M .q ! kv 1 M :t E RCA:bac I Rev. 10 -4 -77 E CITY OF SOUTH LAKE T.A?0E RESOLUTION ND. 1977 -1 F F COMMENDING ROBERT SHIRLEY FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF THE SCREENING COWITTEE RESOLVED. by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, in early May 1977 ROBERT SHIRLEYwas appointed by the City Council .)f the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of El Dorado Cour;,y to sera on the joint CitylCounty Screening Cowmittee; and WHEREAS, said Cc=ittee was established by ordinance to evaluate the over 1,000 requests for building permits during the construction year 1977, a year in which only 5W permits were available for issuance; and WHEREAS, the Screening Committee members, spent long hours - to the disadvan- tage of their personal work - under great pressure evaluating and investigating applications; and WHEREAS, determining whether neighbors, residents, and nonresidents presented an application in accordance with the requirements of toe ordinance was, at times, seemingly a responsibility too great to ask; and . WHEREAS, the duties of the Screening Committee, a "front line" committee, were completed with fairness and sensitivity under the most difficult cir.0 ^stances; NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED that: ROBERT SHIRLEY is hereby commended by this Council for his long and dedicated service to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tanoe Basin. PASSED UD A"TED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmemb� ers CAPRI, LAINE, LOWEE, WOODS and ii NK NOES: Counciimernbers None ABSENT: Courcilmembers now Del Laine - ,b `ayor ATTEST: ve lyn C RoGe- City CITY S ,- i - J i I RCA:bac . Rev. 10 -4 -77 • CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TANOE RESOLUTION NO. 1477- 165 CC3r4rlENDING TED JENSEN FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEM6ER OF SHE SCREE"tING COWITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that. WHEREAS, in early May 1977 TED JENSEN was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Boar: of Supervisors of El Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Screening Comittee; and ;WHEREAS, said Committee was established by ordinance to evaluate the over 1,DOO requests for building permits during the construct -.on year 1977, a year in which only 500 permits were available for issuance; and WHEREAS, the Screening Committee members spent long Hours - to the disadvan- tage of their personal work - under great pressure evaluating and investigating a2plications; and WHEREAS, determining whether neighbors, residents, and nonresidents presented an application is accordance with Lie requirements of the ordinznce was, at times, seemingly a responsibility too great to ask; and WHEREAS, the dutie- cf the Screening Cocmittee, a "`ront line" committee, were completed w to fa'r^ess and sensitivity under the nzst difficult circumstances; NN THEREFGPE, IT :S HERESY DETF.MINED that: TED JENSEN is rereby commended by this Council for his long and dedicated service to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe Basin. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tanve on i October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, LARNE, LOVE, 'WOODS and WY1X NOES: Councilmembers Bone ABSENT: Council rs None — - - Del Laine - Mayor ATTEST: Evelyn t. - City Clerk CITE! 1 1 ♦ 19 65 - r i F RCA:bacl J Rev. N-4 -77 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977- 166 E COMIMENDING JOHN HUBBELL FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF THE SCREENING COMM1171EE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, in early May 1977 JOHN HUBBELL was appointed by Lne City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors cf El Dorado Ccunty to serve on the joint City /County Screening Committee; and WHEREAS, said Co=ittee was established by ordinance to evaluate the over 1,000 requests for building permits durinc the construction year 1977, a year in which only 500 permits were available for issuance; and WHEREAS, the Screening Committee members spent long hours - to the disadvan- tage of their personal work - under great pressure evaluating and investigating applications; and WHEREAS, determining whether neighbors, residents, and nonresidents presented an application in accordance with the requirerents of 0e ordir►ance was, at times, seemingly a responsibility too great to ask; and WHEREAS, the duties of the Screening Committee, a "front line" committee, were completed with fairness and sensitivity under the most difficult circumstances; NOW INEREFGRE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED that: JOHN i1MELL is hereby cormmended by this Council for his long and dedicated service to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake .Tahoe Basin. PASSED AND FATED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1577 by the fallowing vote: AYES: CouncilsoiZers CAPRI, LAINE, LONE, WOODS and WYNN NOES: Councilmembers None ABSENT: Councilmembers None ��- = -f--r_ = ' Del La i ne )tayo r ATTEST: Li -`. Evelyn L. rson - City Cleric CITY SEAL _J i9 66 f- ,1 .ti 1 RCA. bac Rev. 10 -4 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -167 CO MENDING JIM GRADY FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEM6ER OF THE SCREENING C"ITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, in early May 1971 JIA GRADY was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of E] Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Screening Committee; and WHEREAS, said Committee was established by ordinance to evaluate the over 1,000 requests for tuilding permits during the construction year 1977, a year in which only 500 permits were available for issuance; and WHEREAS, the Screening Committee members spent long hours - to the disadvan- tage of their personal work. - under great pressure evaluating and investigating applications; and WHEREAS, determining whether neighbors, residents, and nonres;dents presented an application in accordance with the requirements of the ordinance was, at times, seemingly a responsibility too great to ask; and WHEREAS, the duties of the Screening Committee, a "front line" committee, were completed with fairness and sensitivity under the most difficult circu stances; NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED that: JIM GRADY is hereby commended by this Council for his long and dedicated service to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe 3asin. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers CAPRI, ZAIRE, LODE, WOODS and WYNN NOES: Counc= Is* :berm Nome ABSENT: Counc;]members None De La ine Mayor ATTEST: -1 Evelyn L. Roberson - City Clerk CITY SEAL 19 65 0 t 44� i 3 i RCA:bac Rev. 10 -4 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAPOE RESOLUTION NO- 1977- 168 CrAI'iENDING PATRICIA R. LOWE FOR HER SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF THE REVIEW CGWITTEE F RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: 'HEREAS, in early June, 1977, PATRICIA R. LOWE was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of El Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Review Committee; and WHEREAS, said Cormittee, ccrorised caf both citizens and elected officials. was charged with the responsibility of making final decisions concerning the issuance of building allocations for the 197; construction year, a year in which only 500 permits were avaiiable to be issued to over 1,000 applicants; and '6NEREAS, the Comittee held several hundred public hearings on individual applications in many day -long sessions, making fair and reasonable decisions while under tremendous pressure; and WHEREAS, despite difficult and seemingly. at tines, impossible responsibi]:ties, Review Comittee me^5ers showed compassion and sensitivity tor.ard applicants who were neighbors, resiaents and nonresioests; NOW THEREFORE, 1T IS HEREBY DETERMINED that: PATRICIA R. LOWE is hereby cormnded by this Council fer her long and • tenacious service, under extreme difficulties, to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe Basin_ PASSED A110, ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAINE, WOODS and WYNrN NOES: Counc i 1 membe rs : Now ABSENT: Councilmembers: None ABSTAi11: Councilmembers: LOWE Della i Pe ; Mayor ATTEST: ,*AIL. yn t- Robe � Clerk t 19 65 t • I i i I T 1 RCA:bac Rev. 10 -4 -77 I F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 0. 1977- 169 CnMMENDIKG WILLIAM Y. D_ JOHNSON FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF TdE REVIEW COMMITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe. that: 'WHEREAS, in early June, 1977 WILLIAM V. D. JOHNSON was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Suaervisors of E1 Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Review Committee; and WHEREAS, said Corrittee, coMrised of both citizens and elected officials. was charged with the responsibility of making final decisions concerning 0e issuance of building eAlocations for the 1977 construction year, a year in which only 500 permits were available to be issued to over 1,300 applicants; and WHEREAS, the Cormittee held several hundred public hearings on individual applications in many day -long sessions, making fair and reasonable decisions white under tremendous pressure; and WHEREAS, despite diff', -ult and seemingly, at times, impossible responsibilities, Review Committee members showed compassion and sensitivity toward applicants who were neighbors, residents and nonresidents; NOW THEREFORE, :T IS HEREBY DETERS!INED that: WILLIAM V. D. JOMIKSON is hereby comriended by this Council for his long and tenacious service, under extreme difficulties, to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe Basta. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAID , LOWE, !US and WYNN NOES: Counc i lmiesmbers : None AFSENfT: Councilmembers: None ATTEST: .IL Lvelyn L. CITY SEA w . - 19 66 - City Cleric Del La i ne - Mayor I 4� r is 1 Lo 1 ..."z . .1-1-111-1. -- --- - - MI, I , , I { 1 1 F RCA:bac Rev. iu -4 -77 CITY OF SO!-,TH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -170 COt:SENDING BARBARA RADKE FOR HER SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF THE REVIEW COMMITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, in early June, 1977 BARRSARA RADKE was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of El Dorado County to serve on the joint City /County Review Committee; and — HEREAS, said C"ittee, coasprised of both citizens and elected officials, was charged with the responsibility of making final decisions concerning the issuance of building allocations for the 1977 construction year, a year in which only 500 permits were availaole to be issued to over 1,000 applicants; and WHEREAS, the Co=ittee held several hundred public hearings on individual applications in many day -long sessions, making fair and reascn,.ale decisions while under tremendous pressure; and WHEREAS, despite difficult and seemingly, at times, impossible responsibilities, Review Committee mwi.'>ers showed compassion and sensitivity toward applicants who were neighbors, resisents a!d nonresidents; 40 NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED that: BARBARA RADKE is hereby corm+ended by tnis Council for her long and tenacious service, under extreme difficulties, to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tatoe Basin. PASSED AID A30FTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Octoier 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAINE, LOWE, WOODS and WYNN NOES: Counc i lmembe rs : None ABSENT: Council rs: None Del Lazne Mayor ATTEST: _e Evelyn L. Ro V erk CITY SEAT �t 19 6S i } R I, F F a RCA:bac Key. Iti-4- /1 t CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -171 UMIE,NDING PAUL DE LEON FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF THE REVIEW COAMITTEE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: 0 ► WHEREAS, in early June, 1977 PAUL DE LEON was appointed by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of r E1 Dorado County to serve on tine joint City /County Review Committee; and E ` WHEREAS, said Ca=ittee, comprised of both citizens and elected officials, Ewas charged with the responsibility of making final decisions concerning the issuance of building allocations for the 1977 construction year, a year in which only 500 permits were available to be issued to over 1,000 applicants; and WHEREAS, the Co=ittee held several hundred public hearings on individual applications in many gay -long sessions, a:aking fair and reasonable decisions while under tremendous pressure; and WHEREAS, despite difficult and seemingly, at times, impossible responsibilities, Review Coiai;,tee members showed compassion and sensitivity toward applicants who were neighbors, residents and nonresiCients; NOW THEREFORE, IT iS HEREBY LETS ;,MINED that: PAUL DE LEON, is hereby commended by this Council for his long and • tenacious service, under extreme d;fficult#es, to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe Basin. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe oa October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmemoers: CAPRI, LAINE, L(WE, MOODS and YIYMN NOES: Councilmembers: Pone ABSENT: Councilmembers: None Del Lain - Mayor ATTEST: Evelyn L_'Robe - 1j CITY SEAL -a 19 66 , i a t s i 9 i 0 F RCA - bac Rev. 10 -4-77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHCE RESOLUTION NO. 1971- 172 COMMENDING DAVID KURTZMN FOR HIS SERVICES AS A MEMBER OF IHE REVIEW COMMITTEE 1 RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: W, EREA.S, in early June, 1977 DAVID KURTZMAN was appointed by the City Council cf the City of South Lake Tahoe and the Board of Supervisors of E1 Dorado County to serve on tie joint City /County Review Committee; and WHEREAS, said Cam :ttee, comprised of both citizens and elected officials, was charged with the responsibility c' making final decisions concerning Lne issuance of building allocations for the 1977 construction year, a year in which only 500 permits were available to be issued to over 1,000 applicants; and WHEREAS, the Con+:ittee held several hundred public hearings on individ::al applications in many day -long sessions, making fair and reasonable decisions while under tremendous pressure; and WHEREAS, despite difficult and seemingly, at times, impossible r -esponsibi11 ties, Review Committee memoers showed compassion and sensitivity toward ap0 f'f%ants who fa were neighbors, residents and nonresidents; 1 NOW THE?-EFOU, IT IS HERESY DETERMINED that: DAVID KURTZHAN is hereby commended by this Council for his long and tenacious service, under extreme aifficulties, to the citizens of the South Shore of the Lake Tahoe Basin. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1977 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers: CAPRI, LAINEE, LOWE, WOODS and iykx NOES: Counciime bErs: hone ABSENT: Counc i ]members: None Del La ine ,- r-ayor ATTEST: !! r %-r.. velyn L. icober ,� . Clerk CITY SEAL i 4 i E • 4t� f 1 R i RCA:bac 9 -26 -77 i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -173 CONFIRMING THE COST OF ABATENEIrr OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION (DAYT0N T. CARR ) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, on May 24, 1977, the City Council adopted Resolu- tion No. 1977 -103, declaring a public nuisance, and on July 5, 1977, said Council adopted Resolution No. 1977 -121, overruling all objections to the abatement of said nuisance and directing the Director of Public Works to proceed with the abatement of the nuisance; and WHEREAS, the said nuisance consisted c,f the following: a hazardous pier, metal building and related debris, constitut- ing a hazard to the public health, safety and welfare; and WHEREAS, the Director of Public Works has abated said public nuisance (except that portion of the subject pier which is actu- ally in the water) and kept an account of the cost of abatement, which has been submitted to the City Council for confirmation; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AM_ ORDERED that: 1_ Pursuant to the terms of City Council Resolutions Dios. 1977 -103 and 1977 -121, the Director of Public Works entered upon private property, hereinafter more particularly described for the purpose of abating the above described public nuisance_ 2. The cost account for such abatement has been submitted to this Council for confirmation in the form of an itemized written report, identified as Exhibit A attached, and a copy of said report has been posted in the time and manner required by Government Code Section 39575. The objections, if any, filed by the property owners liable for assessment for said abatement having been filed and heard, are hereby overruled. The report identified as Exhibit A is confirmed. 3. The cast of the above described abatement as set forth in Exhibit A, said amount being $333.96, constitutes a special assessment against the property described as follows: Assessor's Parcel No. 27- 410 -02 Portion of Section 33 -13 -18 3349 Lake Tahoe Boulevard (State Highway 50) South Lake Tahoe, California 4. The City Clerk is directed to transmit a certified copy -1- A � � R i 1 of this Resolution to the County Assessor, County Tax Collector and County Auditor, on or before October 15, 1977. The County Auditor is required to enter said assessment on the county tax roll and to collect the total amount of the assessment at the time and in the manner as other ordinary municipal taxes, all in the manner as provided by Government Code Section 39560- 39587. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4 , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilme=bers Capri, Laine. Lowe, Hoods and Wynn NOES: Counci1me- rs None ABSENT: Co unc i lzw -tubers None ATTEST: D elm �. City Clerk 1 (CITY SEAL) �r �' 7�1 j -2- Mayor ■ 'e F ,,, ,.• 65 'W 0 RECEIVED CITY OF SEp 21 B77 SOUTH LAKE TAHOE CAL.VA am of souse "U T tx+rou+u P.O. Box 1210- SOUTH LAKE TAhOE. CAL If ORMIA 95705- PHONE (916) 511 -2 9011 September 20, 1977 To: Ronald J. Merry, Public Works Director Fr: Edwin H. Brauner, Deputy Public Works Director F Re: Carr Nuisance Abatement Resolution No. 197 - -:21 The subject abatement; a hazardous pier, metal build- ing and related debris. In acquiring the proper ap- provals for completion of this work I found that the State Lands Commission is beginning its Lake Tahoe Hazard Removal Project. Included in this projrct is that portion of the subject pier which is actually in the water. Therefore, that portion of the pier was not removed in the abatement of the nuisance. The remainder of the work was completed by city forces. The costs are as follows: Labor $148.04 Equipment 124.76 Dump Fees 34.80 Administration (10t) 30.36 Total $333.96 A copy of this is being sent to Neal Dalton for place- ment on the City Council agenda. EHB:un cc: Neal Walton Evelyn Roberson I� 11j, EDWIN H. BRMNER CENTRAL %"CORDS FRI NO: 1 G ` u I r i S S� RCA:ap revised 10/4177 E [ 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -174 A RESOLUTION AMEND14G RULE XV OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the Affirmative Action Advisory Board met and reviewed the City's Affirmative Action Program, recommending that the Program be amended in the following manner: qevise present goals and objectives to increase female new hires by 15 by 1981; increase female promotions by 12 by 1961. lei, THEREFCAE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: ON This Council approves the recommendation as set forth and ascends Rule XV of Oe City of South Lake Tahoe Personnel Rules and Regulations is that manner. PASSED AND ADOPTED BY the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 4, 1977 , by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Laine, Capri, Lowe, Hoods, ax Wynn NOES: Counc i I members Nacre ABSEXT. Counc i 1 msm+bers Hone `I Q tV Cl esix (CITY SM) j 119 i } 3 r f i � 1 i I 4 x ] C a I rw.-- akf I#" 10.11.77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -115 A RESOLUTION CERTIFYING NEGATIVE IMPACT AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO FILE A NOTI;:.E OF DETERMINATION AND, FURTHER, AMENDING THE LAND USE ELE.*lENT OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE GENERAL PLAN BY CHANGING THE LAND USE DESIGUATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES FRONTING JAMES AVENUE FROM HDR (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) TO GC (GENERAL COMMERCIAL) BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: kMEREAS, it is proposed that the following project be completed. General Plan Amendment and Rezoning of approximately 2.453 acres of property comprising nine parcels front- ing James Avenue from a point 249 feet west of Tahoe Keys Blvd. to and including a point approximately 818 feet east of Tahoe Keys Blvd. to change land use classification from HDR (High Density Residential) to GC (General Commercial); El Dorado County Assessor's Parcel Nos. 23:211 -37, 23:221- 12,- 18,- 24,- 35,- 45, -46, -54 and portion of 23:221 -55; comprising portions of Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 41, Tamarack Subdivision in the City of South Lake Tahoe, California. SPONSOR: City of South Lake Tahoe WMREAS, the sponsor of the above described project has completed and submitted an initial environmental impact study and the Assistant City ?Sanger has concluded that, if completed, the project will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, recommends that the City Council adopt a Negative Declaration Reso- lution; IiM, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City Of Soutb Lake Tahoe that: 1. The above recitals are true. 2. The City Council, having considered the recommendation of the assistant City Manager, hereby certifies that the above described �r I. 'a project, if completed, will have an insignificant or trivial impact on the environment and, therefore, it is hereby deter- mined that the said project does not require the preparation of a Final Environmental Impact Report. 3. The City Council hereby certifies said project subject to compliance by the sponsor thereof with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and the terms hereof. 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution, with the incorporated recommendation, as a Notice of Determination, to the Clerk of the County, El Dorado County, California; and, further, WHEREAS, pursuant to a duly noticed and held public hearing, the Planning Commission has recommended to the City Council the adoption of an amendment to the Land Use Element of the General Plan of this City to conform to actual use and land capabilities, said amendment to constitute a change from HDR (High Density Residential) to OC (General Commercial) of certain properties, more particularly described below; and WHEREAS, the City Council has considered the recommended amendments to the Land Use Element of the General Plan duriay a duly noticed and held public hearing and, pursuant to said hearing, has found that the Land Use Element cf the General Plan, as amended, will satisfy the requirements of Section 65302(a) of the Government Code, and will provide a suitable and logical plan for the future development of the City; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED: 1. That the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby adopt the amendment to the Land Use Element of the General Plan changing land use designation of properties described as: Approximately 2.463 Acres comprised of eight parcels and a portion of a ninth parcel fronting James Avenue, described as southeasterly portions of Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, and 41, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivision; El Dorado County Assessor's Parcel Dios. 23:211 -37, 23:221 -12, -18, -24, -35, -45, -46, -54 and portion of 23:221 -55. from HDR (High Density Residential) to QC (General Commercial). 2. That the City Clerk shall endorse upon the General Plan the fact of its amendment, by this dated resolution. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 18, 1977, by the following vote: v' 2. I E f { A 1 AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, and Woods NOES: Councilmetabers Now ASSENT: Councilmembers Wynn ) Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk (City Seal) "PROVED AS TO FOLM e. a.,7w 3. -, m e i i 1 :y i s i J6 t f I F GilIDE TO A 7 1 AilH' ENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1977- 175 is entitied 4egative Declaration of Enviromental IAOact and is on file in t,�e City Clerk's cf- ice is File No. 1132 F k f f ti F L F i+ n c F • 0 1 CITY OF SOUTH L:Ai E TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977-476 A',S ;DISG THE ADOPTED 1977 -78 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET AND TP.P_::SFER? -I :G AP PROF RZFTIONS THEPLIN RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREPS, the City desires to amend the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHEREAS, Staff reco = ends the appropriation adjustments enumerated on the attached page; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY D£TiFMItiED 71?0 CRDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe approves the attached arnrcrriation amendments to the 197' -78 Fiscal Year Budget and :care are hereby adopted. PASSED A,,M ADOPT= by t. Lake Tahoe, California, on following vote: AYES: CourciLmerbers FOES: Colunci: Lbers ABSE iT: CounciL-jembers ae City Council of the City of Scut: nC:t2,r !�_ , 1977, by the Capri, Lai", Low, arLd Won(K N000 WN-p (CITY SEAL) yer K A sa 7 1 i i E I t r .. .. ' — — DATE 10 4 77 •• REQUEST F37 B;:�GE'T i0JUSTtiI. :T 37 1477 V a •r REQUESTIZZ DEPAR -,-IE_ i': Public Works /Building i Safety St .c.+ _..., r^0Qk GILYOWIA INC.<EASF APPROPRIATION: i,ccount `_:urber Title of Account Amount 01- 24 -03 -61 Battery Charaer -300 Amp Boost S 350.00 01- 15 -02 -61 Builuina & Safety - Camera 257.00 01- 24 -03 -61 Brake Drum Lathe =1, S S 5 • S DECREASE APP= OPRIATIO::: Account Nunzer Title of Account Amount 01- 24 =03 -50 Public Works Tools 5 nn Al _l c_Mn-I1 ..: • v c��,_ �� .► c... ,T : ,� 5 �c-� r1R 01-24-03-63 Public %rks - Capital Out ay S 37.u; s S D£':AILZ -D RLA,S,:::S FOR fi:,'OGET 1. To replace old battery charger beyond repair in motor pool. 2. Camera needed to photograph violations of building permit regulations. 3. Brake Drum Lathe budgeted at $5,000. Actual low bid was $6,436.26 per at*z4!h - 4�4 r / � PAP ?0 ='D FOR DOPT I OS : �0 f 4'7 Depar-,-.--nz .:ean Jate P -t,r' % I - ;-(- 77 Pi D� *r irate City :i=- "-a5 =r gate L 4 f g RCA.bdC 10-3-77 0 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -177 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT "PRICE ROAD' 1970 -2 (MARSHALL) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1970 -2) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interest therein of Fred W. !Marshall are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor 5 is authorized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND AUtPT£D by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Or -tuber 18, , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, and Moods NOES: Councils ors done ABSENT: Counci lmembers Wynn Mayor ATTEST: GVty Clerk (CITY SEAL) I • 1 � -1 -i Is 1 RC:A : ba c 10 -3 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -178 ACCEPTING DEEDED PROPERTY INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT "OUR STREET" rof, 1974 -1 (JOHNSON, JENNINGS) RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, an assessment district (1974 -1) has been created for construction of certain public improvements which requires the acquisition of small portions of private property; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The deed and property interests granted therein of Robert C. Johnson and Kathleen D. Johnsaa, his wife, and James M. Jennings and Jennifer Jennings, his wife, are hereby accepted by the City of South Lake Tahoe. The Mayor is auth- orized to execute such acceptance documents as may be necessary. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 18, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Lame. Lowe_ and Weds NOES: Councilmembers Atone ABSENT: Counci members yyw or ATTEST: �"�,. • ity Clerk i i 19 65 i G� r. i j t i 1 IFF� l� F I 1c. F GUIDE TO A17ACHIEW The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolutior. No. 19177- 178 is entitled DEED and is on file In the City Clerk's off;ce in file No. 134C. wW i ou I RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe seeks the services of an independent contractor for the administration of its group life insurance program; and WHEREAS, Jordan Jones and Associates of Nevada. I-ic. is willing and above to provide such services; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approved the above agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, along with attached Exhibit A. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 16, , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilnwm rs Canri. Laine, Lowe, and Wwds NOES: Councilmenbers None ABSENT : Counci lmen:bers Uy or ATTEST: / � Lo 1-4 �i city 'Clerk t (CITY SEAL) 0 �1 t 7 c • �i i i r i ' RCA: vac 10-7-77 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE • RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -179 APPROVING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AND JORDAN JONES ;LND ASSOCIATES FOR ADMINISTRATION OF GROUP INSURANCE PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE SAID AGREEMENT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe seeks the services of an independent contractor for the administration of its group life insurance program; and WHEREAS, Jordan Jones and Associates of Nevada. I-ic. is willing and above to provide such services; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby approved the above agreement; 2. The Council hereby authorizes execution of said agreement by the Mayor, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, along with attached Exhibit A. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 16, , 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilnwm rs Canri. Laine, Lowe, and Wwds NOES: Councilmenbers None ABSENT : Counci lmen:bers Uy or ATTEST: / � Lo 1-4 �i city 'Clerk t (CITY SEAL) 0 �1 t F 1 1 Y GUIDE TO ATTACHMENT The document referred to as an attachrzent to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. I977 -1?Q is entitled Group Insurance AdpinistrW Dn Contract and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1047 and 1003 M i4p-- 1 r i J a� _ F 'r I 0 F 1 RCA:bac 1L -4 -77 CITY OF SOUTH LIKE TAHOE i RESOLUTION NO. 1977 -1$0 ADOPTING A GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND CONFIDENTIAL UNITS RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, that: WHEREAS, the meet and confer process, in accordance with Government Code Section 3500, et seq., Meyers- Milias-Brown, is complete; and WHEREAS, the requirements of the meet and confer process with respect to wages, hours and other working conditions have been met; BLOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED that: 1. The attached Grievance Procedure for !Kanagement and Confidential Units, Exhibit A, is hereby adopted. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on Ottooer 18. 1977, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers Capri, Laine, Lowe, and Woods NOES: Councilmewbers None ABSENT: Counciimembers Wyn„ ATTEST: or ty Clerk (CITY SEAL) RJ 4� C t �1 i i i JJ I F r _ t GUIDE 170 ATiACWENT The document referred to as an attachment to City of South Lake Tahoe Resolution No. 1917- 180 is entitled City of South Lake Tahoe Grievance Procedure for Management and Confidential Units and is on file in the City Clerk's office in File No. 1065 f r E r F F c i t i i i V 0 r 1 r- CITY OF SOUTH H L',KE TAKE RESOLUTION M. 1977 -181 ME21MI`G THE ADOPTED 1977 -78 FISCAL YEAR BCDGi'T AND TP.AESFERRING APPROFPIpTIGNS TEEREIy RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the City desires to am nd the 1977 -78 Fiscal Year Budget; and WHER AS, Staff recc=ends the apprcpriatlon adjust.:.ents enumerated on the attached page; NOW, TEEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AIM ORDE_� that: 1. The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe approves the attached appropriation amend ents to the 1977 -76 Fiscal Year Budget and same are uereby adopted. PASSED AZZ :-Mr= by the City C u--cil of the City of South Lake Ta , California, on Octcber ?n, 1977, by the following vote: AYES: CounciL-Aerbers ;,apri , Lai oe, Lane, and W)o&h NOES: Coun -ci lraembe r s None ABSE9T: Councilr.er, ers Nvm } 19 65 ypr Y _ A'. TTEST : City Clerk (CITY SEAL) E W s I J ■ i i - •� i•� va. , • If \. a � � t r u i 1 r / �. {per � t r , I. •.. � A y7 � + I� a a r` � �� ,� r J. 1•♦ r k'`�'•' •� ' 4rS '� ai•.,i. � r 'i: t' � _t ���'.•.iw +� - � .4+ �'a•tr t '• � � 'Ra� � ,� �+, ��'y I � � , C �'�'!�� .1 ' ` •• a1 ,] j !, ., �1 t 'f•y •ty, 1� , t ,�.tl.�,• i, r �,�. p i� r a �^y a�,i •M' <'i� m Owl, db if �l,, yr. ate• 1 vir�' M. 7 0 • .._ n W •,a r li ■• A r w: r -10 MR , At r i I,r 1�. 16' 66* ja tC is �. ..40' ' �, 'F 4'. do Ao J� i IP •— 'i• j dP • AAW '; 1 r.• •' ! 1. 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