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RES NO. 1-68 COPYt LE 1 d i i rl r1 E _­' '*P 71 Y _ tX CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION N0. 1968-1 A RESOLUTION Of THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE SUPPORTING THE APPLICATION Of HOLIDAY AIRLINES WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is vitally concerned with transporta- tion of all forms to Lake Tahoe, and WHEREAS, Holiday Airlines has an application for services from Lake Tahoe to Los Angeles pending before the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby request the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California to favorably consider and grant the necessary applications and!nr nermits to allow Holiday Airlines to service the Los Angeles market from Lake Tahoe. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 2nd day of January, 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and MOODS NOES: Councilmen None ' ABSENT: Councilmen: none � r Donald L. Cla r e, Mayor 'ATTEST: f C Q f �dt } T; CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAKE <. RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -2 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING TIME AND PLACE FOR REGULAR MEETING TO CONSIDER CONSENT CALENDAR, REPORTS AND STUDY HATTERS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South take Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Section 1 -1 -3 of the City Code and Section 36805 of the Goveny nt Code provide that the time of meetings snay be fixed by resolution; and WHEREAS, m- ny technical reports, matters requiring study and natters of a non - controversial nature are presented to the Council at regular meetings which consume a great deal of time and cause meetings to extend too late into vw evening; now therefore: iT rc nnnrDrn. 1. There is hereby created a "Consent Calendar" which shall consist of items of a non- controversial nature to which no Councilman objects. 2. The City Council shall meet on the first and third Tuesday of each =nth at the hour of 3:00 p.m. to consider the following natters of business: r (a) The Consent Calendar (b) Reports of Department heads (c) Hatters for study and discussion only Such meeting shall be denominated as the "Consent, Report and Study Meeting' and shall be in addition to the Regular Meetings of the Council scheduled as provided in Section 1 -7 -3 of the City Code. 3. No action shall be taken at the Consent, Report and Study Meeting except by unanimous vote of those Councilmen present and any action taken shall be reported at the Regular Meeting next following. 4. The consent calendar shall be available at City Hall to each Councilman and for inspection by the general public not later than 4:30 p.m. of the business day next preceding the day of the Consent, Report and Study Meeting. Matters r on the consent calendar shall be considered at 4:30 p.m. on each Consent, Report and Study Meeting. 5. No action shall be taken except upon matters which wore on the Consent — Calendar at 4:30 p.m. of the business day next preceding the day of the Consent, Report and Study Lleeting. 6. Resolution No. 1967 -86, adopted Novenber 21, 1967, is hereby re pe i aled. p _ X 4= _ ;r J } T; CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAKE <. RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -2 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING TIME AND PLACE FOR REGULAR MEETING TO CONSIDER CONSENT CALENDAR, REPORTS AND STUDY HATTERS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South take Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Section 1 -1 -3 of the City Code and Section 36805 of the Goveny nt Code provide that the time of meetings snay be fixed by resolution; and WHEREAS, m- ny technical reports, matters requiring study and natters of a non - controversial nature are presented to the Council at regular meetings which consume a great deal of time and cause meetings to extend too late into vw evening; now therefore: iT rc nnnrDrn. 1. There is hereby created a "Consent Calendar" which shall consist of items of a non- controversial nature to which no Councilman objects. 2. The City Council shall meet on the first and third Tuesday of each =nth at the hour of 3:00 p.m. to consider the following natters of business: r (a) The Consent Calendar (b) Reports of Department heads (c) Hatters for study and discussion only Such meeting shall be denominated as the "Consent, Report and Study Meeting' and shall be in addition to the Regular Meetings of the Council scheduled as provided in Section 1 -7 -3 of the City Code. 3. No action shall be taken at the Consent, Report and Study Meeting except by unanimous vote of those Councilmen present and any action taken shall be reported at the Regular Meeting next following. 4. The consent calendar shall be available at City Hall to each Councilman and for inspection by the general public not later than 4:30 p.m. of the business day next preceding the day of the Consent, Report and Study Meeting. Matters r on the consent calendar shall be considered at 4:30 p.m. on each Consent, Report and Study Meeting. 5. No action shall be taken except upon matters which wore on the Consent — Calendar at 4:30 p.m. of the business day next preceding the day of the Consent, Report and Study Lleeting. 6. Resolution No. 1967 -86, adopted Novenber 21, 1967, is hereby re pe i aled. p ,�. ,._- ,� „_ 4 ~ .r. 2 lilt .:. I CITY OF SOUTH LIKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1958 -3 RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL PROCLAIMING NURSERY EDUCATION WEEK BE IT RESOLVED that education is the first business of this Nation, of this State, and every community. That good education has helped to keep this nation free. Education is America's greatest investment in its future. Dedicated to provide an even more meaningful first learning experience, set in an environment of affection and warmth, nursery schools offer children a program that allows freedom of choice with teacher guidance. Nursery schools supplement and enrich the fundamental learning and training that the child receives in his home. :BEFORE, we, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby proclaim the week of March 3 through March 9, 1968 as "Nursery c r. Education week," and urge the citizens of this community to participate by Y - visiting Nursery Schools to gain further knowledge of the important contribution they are making to our societies. rrP Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on January 23 1958, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen Souza, Mmes and Marshall Noes: Councilmen r Absent: Councilmen tl atlGe mad Woods��% 3_ _ ( Jobs Williaas, rLity Cleif " f �1 �i A yi 6 is 1 i f 0 CITY OF SOUTH LAF.E TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- t P.ES O LUT I ON OF I N TEL'T TO GRANT FRANCHISE BE IT RESOLVED by the City_ Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, HEATHER LAKE ROAD WATER, (FUND), a corporation, on the 13th day of December, 1967, acolied for a franchise for an indeterminate term for the right to use, or to construct and use pines and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing water for any and all purposes under the public streets, ways, alleys, and places as they now or hereafter exist within the municipality of South Lake Tahoe, California; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of South Lake Tahoe, California, that it is the intention of said City Council to grant to HEATHER, LAKE ROAD WATER (RIND), said franchise for an indeterrinate term for the right to use, or to construct and use pipes and appurtenances fcr the purpose of transmitting and distributina water for any and all purposes under the public streets, ways, alleys, and places as they now or hereafter exist within the municipality of South Lake Tahoe, California; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any and all persons having any objection to the crantinc thereof may appear befor the City Council of South Lake Tahoe to be heard thereon on theMit day of February,1968, at the hour of 8:00 D.m. , and that the Clerk of this Council is directed to publish at least once within fifteen (15) days after the passage of this resolution in The Lake Tahoe News, a newspaper of general circulation within the municipality, a notice in the following form: 'Notice of time and place of hearing objections to the granting of a water franchise to HEATHER LAKE ROAD WATER (FUND) . "Notice is hereby given that HEATHER LAU ROAD WATER (FUND) applied for and this Council intends to grant to HEATHER LAKE ROAD WATER (FUND) a franchise for an indeterminate term for the right to use ar to con- struct and use pipes and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing water for any and all purposes under the public streets, ways, alleys, and places as they now or hereafter exist within the munici- pality of South Lake Tahoe, California. If the appli- cant, HEATHER LAKE ROAD WATER (FUND) is aranted the franchise, the applicant will pap to the «Cite of South Lake Tahoe, California, during the life of the franchi two per cent (20) of the gross annual receipts of appl cant arising from the use, operation, or possession of 1 QN 4 F � 2 C - � t the franchise; provided, however, that such payment shall in no event be less than one per cent (lt) of the aross annual receipts derived from the sale of water within the limits of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California. That said percentage will be paid annually from the date of the grantinc of the franchise, and in the event such payment is not made, the franchise will be forfeited. A hearing on any objections by any person to the crantinq of said franchise will be held at a meeting of the Cit� Council of South Lake Tahoe, on the 2fth day of ebrvary,1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m. at City Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California.' Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on January 23 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen SOUZA, AMU and MARSHALL Noes: Absent: Councilmen NOME Councilmen CLARU and MOODS Frank C. Souza, Mayor Pro eaa - , KJ�Im. Vti ity �Clerk Seal) 2 E � . yf.'. dn. 4 F � 2 C - � t the franchise; provided, however, that such payment shall in no event be less than one per cent (lt) of the aross annual receipts derived from the sale of water within the limits of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California. That said percentage will be paid annually from the date of the grantinc of the franchise, and in the event such payment is not made, the franchise will be forfeited. A hearing on any objections by any person to the crantinq of said franchise will be held at a meeting of the Cit� Council of South Lake Tahoe, on the 2fth day of ebrvary,1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m. at City Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California.' Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on January 23 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen SOUZA, AMU and MARSHALL Noes: Absent: Councilmen NOME Councilmen CLARU and MOODS Frank C. Souza, Mayor Pro eaa - , KJ�Im. Vti ity �Clerk Seal) 2 If y I-'^ -..w.: 7300.4.1 MES:emb 1 -23 -68 NE x Ada— CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 5 RES0113TTON OF TNTENT Tn rRJLNT FRAW'HTSE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: -I WHEREAS, SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY, a Nevada corporation, on the 21st day of December, 1965, applied for a franchise for the term of 50 years for the right to use, or to construct and use poles, wires or conduits, and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing electricity for any and all pur- poses under, along, across, or upon the public streets, ways, alleys and places as they now or hereafter exist within the municipality of South Lake Tahoe, California; mm THEREFORE BE 111 RESOLVED by Lne CiLy Council oz South Lake Tahoe, California, that it is the intention of said City Council to grant to SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY said franchise for the term of 25 years for the right to use, or to construct and use poles, wires or conduits and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing electricity for any and all pur- poses under, along, across or upon the public streets, ways, alleys, and places as they now or hereafter exist within the municipality of South Lake Tahoe, California; R. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any and all persons having any objection to the granting thereof may appear before the City Council of South Lake Tahoe to be heard thereon on the 20th day of February, 1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m., and that the Clerk of this Council is directed to publish at least once within fifteen (15) days after the passage of this resolution in the LAKE TAHOE NEWS, a newspaper of general circulation within the municipality, a notice in the form annexed hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe en January 23, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen AYES, MARSHALL and SOUZA Does: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen CIARKE and MOODS Frank T. Souza, Mayor Pro Tem. Attest: City Clerk f� (City Seal) r 07 I fd� T; 1300.4.1 MEB:emb 1 -23 -68 F oaf Oki LUIBIT A NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING OBJECTIONS TO THE GRA.YTING OF AN ELECTRIC FRANCHISE TO SIERRA PACIFIC POKER COMPANY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SIERRA PACIFIC POKER COMPANY apvlied for and this Council intends to grant to SIERRA PACIFIC POKER COMPANY, a franchise for the term of 25 years for the right to use or to construct and use Poles, wires or conduits and appurtenances for the purpose of transmitting and distributing electricity for any and all purposes under, along, across or upon the public streets, ways, alleys and places as they now or here- after exist within the municipality of South lake Tahoe, Calif- ornia. If the applicant, SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY is granted the franchise, the applicant will pay to the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, during the life of the franchise two per cent (2!) of the gross annual receipts of applicant arising from the use, operation, or possession or the franchise; provided, however; that such payment shall in no event be less than one per cent (1 %) of the gross annual receipts derived from the sale of electricity within the limits of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California. That said percentage will be paid annually from the date of the granting of the franchise, and in the event such payment is not made, the franchise will be forfeited. A hearing on any ob- jections by any person to the granting of said franchise will be held at a meeting of the City Council of South Lake Tahoe, on the 20th day of February, 1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m., at Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, Calif- ornia. Dated: January 23, 1968. JIB ,City �r Note to publisher LAKE iAHDE tiEWS: I time 2 -1 -68 (1 Affidavit of Publication) Notice to Publisher: 2 -2 -68 AApps 2- 2-�g cant: 2 -2 -58 r, i 07300.6.21 nB:emb 1 -31-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE b'. RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 6 A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR PROPOSED ORDINANCE ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY THE {' VOTERS PROVIDING THAT THE NET PROCEEDS OF THE TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX SHALL BE COM.14IT7ED TO THE RETIRE(ENT OF SPECIFIED GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS' 4 TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE VOTERS AT THE GENERAL CITY ELECTION TO BE HELD ON APRIL 9, 1968 BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of.South Lake Tahoe as follows: There shall be submitted to the voters at the general muni- cipal election to be held on April 9, 1966, the following pro- position: "Shall the ordinance entitled 'An Ordinance Adopted By The Voters Providing That The tiet Proceeds of The Transient Occupancy Tax Shall be Committed to The Retirement of Specified General Obligation Bonds' be adopted ? ". A copy of the prcposed ordinance to be submitted is annexed hereto and incorporated herein by reference. -; Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South ' Lake Tahoe on February 6 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARJCE, SOUZA, AMES and WOODS z Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen MARS ALL /: Gs Mayor A Attest t Y C:ty'Clerk _. t/i. ty Seal) 4. ` IEj J J - -. ASSENT: Councilmen None w { ATTEST: _ -_ � Mil lams, City clerk S L 4 yt L 7 �yTtJ �h 1 . u arke, &'i i . :� r < a ate. CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE w- RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -7 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO RICHARD EDAM The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby resolve: WHEREAS, this community has been honored as having been selected by the United States Olympic Committee as the 1968 high altitude training area for various Olympic a0letic teams, and WHEREAS, the City Council, the Joint City - School Recreation Commission and the High Altitude Training Committee have desired to involve citizens in this undertaking, and WHEREAS, Mr. Richard Egan did volunteer to organize and ortx to an Olynic �.. high altitude training basketball benefit, and WHEREAS, said benefit provided recreational opportunities to many of the citizens of this community and helped publicize the training effort to be under- taken by South Lake Tdnoe, now therefore BF IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe expresses = its appreciation to Mr. Richard Egan and all those who assisted him to accomplish = this achieve-,-*at. �< Passed and adopted on February 2O , p ry 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, A`HES, MARSHALL and MOODS XM: Councilmen gone ASSENT: Councilmen None w { ATTEST: _ -_ � Mil lams, City clerk S L 4 yt L 7 �yTtJ �h 1 . u arke, &'i i . :� r 7-1 Oil CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968-8 A RESOLUTION DECLARING MARCH 10 THROUGH 16 AS GIRL SCOUT WEEK The City Council of the City of South Lake Ta** does hereby resolve: WHEREAS, there are riany dedicated adults and young people of this cos unity providing educational and recreational benefits by conducting a complete Girl Scout Program, and WHEREAS, the Girl Scout Program contributes significantly to the community's life, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that March 10 through 16, 1968, is hereby designated as Girl Scout Week. Passed and adopted on February 20 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AmES, MARSHALL and WqMS NOES: Councilmen None ASSENT: Councilmen Norte Ap Donald L.- Clarke, Mayor ATTEST: William, City ETe—rF- I LA F Mimi.........- ■ A., #7300.2.6 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE KEB:eab 2 -7 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 9 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A PRELIMINARY GENERAL PLAN FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the Planning Comaision of the City of South Lake Tahoe has undertaken a program entitled "Fourteen Thousand Planners' for the purpose of preparing a long -range General Plan to act as a Community guide for physical development; and WHEREAS, the first report in this general plan program en- titled "A Planner's Handbook I ", was a reporting of the statistics, proble&ss aaxi p ospecta concern n—, South :, %e Tahoe and tfaa pre- sented to the public on August 17, 1967; and WHEREAS, a series of twelve public Community Forums were held for the purpose of hearing citizen attitudes and resolving a pro- posed list of Community Goals and Policies; and WHEREAS, the proposed Ca=unity Goals and Policies were pre- sented at public hearings held before the Planning Commission and City Council as required by Sections 65341 and 65355 of the Government Code and adopted by Planning Commission Resolution No. 1967 -4PC on November 8, 1967 and by City Council Resolution No. 1967 -93 on December 19, 1967; and WHEREAS, the Planning Comission has held two Community Work- shops on the 22nd and 25th of January, 1968, and also held two public hearings on January 17 and 31, 1968, for the purpose of public discussion and the taking of testimony concerning this Plan; and WHEREAS, the Preliminary General Plan has been presented at a public hearing held before the Planning Commission as required by Section 65351 of the Government Code; and WHEREAS, the Preliminary General Plan has been presented at a public hearing before the City Council as required by Section 65355 of the Goverment Code: and WHEREAS, it is the intent of the City Council and the Planning Commission that the Preliminary General Plan will be discussed at the Casmunity Forms scheduled for the Fall of 1968 and will be re- viewed at new public hearings scheduled for the Winter of 1968 in order to assure thorough public comprehension and acceptance. 1 I 'o- Ak NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, does hereby adopt the Preliminary General Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the territory which in the judgment of the Planning Commission and the City Council Dears relation to the planning of the City of South Lake Talhoe is all of the Lake Valley watershed. NW, THEREFORE, BE IT Fti;THZR RESOLVED that the City Planning Department be directed to prepare and distribute to the public a report and map explaining this Preliminary General Plan and thereby insure public understanding. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 7 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, NM LL and WOODS Noes: Councilmen None, Absent: Councilmen None 'T. Jklayor 'x, i Attest: Clerk ty Seal} -00 L I 2 F —I Wl CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968-10 A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 4, 1%8 AS INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION WEEK WHEREAS, Industrial education in the California public schools includes industrial arts, vocational trade, and technical education, and is designed to educate youth and adults of our country to become useful citizens and productive skilled workers in business, industry, health services, and technical occupations; and WHEREAS, Industrial education has m.de a major contribution to the economic and general well-being of the individual as well as to the economic development of our state and nation; and WnLKLA.), Af1QU!.wLriai e0U_dL10f] n4S LUfltrlbuted subsLdritidlly LU WeLlDg Lthe. needs for citizenship and for trained manpower in California; and WHEREAS, Industrial education has played a significant role in the California public schools for over half a century and with full cooperation and support of business, industry, labor, management, and other facets of the California educa- tional system; and WHEREAS. Enrollment in industrial education programs in California is now over one million students, making California the national leader in this area of education; and WHEREAS, More than 28,000 apprentices are presently enrolled in related instruction classes in California's public schools; and WHEREAS, Local school districts in California have financially and philosophically supported and expanded program of industrial education to provide for broader occupational experiences in business, industry, labor, and public services; and WHEREAS, The California Association of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America has been chartered as the only state organization whose purpose is to serve vocational industrial youth in California; and WHEREAS, Industrial education will continue to provide leadership in develop- ing better citizens and more trained manpower to meet the needs of our changing technology; and WHEREAS, the Bureau of Industrial Education, State Department of Education, is holding its 30th Annual Conference an Industrial Education in Santa Barbara on March 5, 6, and 7. 1968; and WHEREAS. the California Industrial Education Association is holding its 39th Annual State Convention in Ventura on March 8 and 9, 1968; am, therefore, be it RESOLVED by the City Counci i of the City of South Lake Tahoe to af f i ra i support of the objectives of industrial education; and be it further �i 9 Wp, -W F —I Wl CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968-10 A RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 4, 1%8 AS INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION WEEK WHEREAS, Industrial education in the California public schools includes industrial arts, vocational trade, and technical education, and is designed to educate youth and adults of our country to become useful citizens and productive skilled workers in business, industry, health services, and technical occupations; and WHEREAS, Industrial education has m.de a major contribution to the economic and general well-being of the individual as well as to the economic development of our state and nation; and WnLKLA.), Af1QU!.wLriai e0U_dL10f] n4S LUfltrlbuted subsLdritidlly LU WeLlDg Lthe. needs for citizenship and for trained manpower in California; and WHEREAS, Industrial education has played a significant role in the California public schools for over half a century and with full cooperation and support of business, industry, labor, management, and other facets of the California educa- tional system; and WHEREAS. Enrollment in industrial education programs in California is now over one million students, making California the national leader in this area of education; and WHEREAS, More than 28,000 apprentices are presently enrolled in related instruction classes in California's public schools; and WHEREAS, Local school districts in California have financially and philosophically supported and expanded program of industrial education to provide for broader occupational experiences in business, industry, labor, and public services; and WHEREAS, The California Association of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America has been chartered as the only state organization whose purpose is to serve vocational industrial youth in California; and WHEREAS, Industrial education will continue to provide leadership in develop- ing better citizens and more trained manpower to meet the needs of our changing technology; and WHEREAS, the Bureau of Industrial Education, State Department of Education, is holding its 30th Annual Conference an Industrial Education in Santa Barbara on March 5, 6, and 7. 1968; and WHEREAS. the California Industrial Education Association is holding its 39th Annual State Convention in Ventura on March 8 and 9, 1968; am, therefore, be it RESOLVED by the City Counci i of the City of South Lake Tahoe to af f i ra i support of the objectives of industrial education; and be it further �i 9 i -s RESOLVED, That the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe issue a proclamation designating the week beginning March 4, 1968, as Industrial Education Week. Passed and adopted on March 7, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WOODS Noes: Councilmen gone Absent: Councilmen None ATTrfT. y 2 n S �P -�- `Z.f LT ""� �M��� �.y .',�Pr.. 1.. /�� • R v yy �- I J ,.. k�f�'i�5 x;50 j,�. i, JTW:er 2 -27 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 6 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -11 A RESOLUTION GIVING NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTY UNDER THE UNINHABITED ANNEXATION ACT OF 1939 AND i ESTABLISHING THE TIME AND PLACE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO BE L. HELD REGARDING SAID ANNEXATION i The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, does hereby resolve as follows: WHEREAS, the El Dorado County Local Agency Formation Commission has approved the annexation of certain property to the said City of South Lake Tahoe, said property being designated as South Lake Tahoe Annexation 67 -1; and WHEREAS, said leoal description and mao of said Annexation is attached t hereto and incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth herein; and WHEREAS, the City Council has been presented with a petition signed by all owners of the property contained in said Annexation 67 -1; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests and benefit of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, and the orderly growth of this community; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that at 8:05 p.m., April 16, 1968, at 1044 Fremont Avenue, in the Council Chambers of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, all protests to the annexation of the property contained in the area designated as Annexation {.3 67 -1 shall be heard by the City Council of said City. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Clerk of said City is hereby directed to mail copies of this Resolution and attachment thereto to the Lake Tahoe Unified School District and all other interested parties as required by law. F � PASSED, APPROVED AM ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular meeting thereof held March 3 1968, > ltrt by the following roll call vote: n:. t L� 0 AYES: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WOODS NOES: Councilmen None ASSENT: Councilmen None Zf'iA f f; ATTEST:Ta�F . Wi l i a+es , C i ty Clerk I OM �t ? \f Y Pti\� _ s V i rj } • l?N 51 T Y r.4 r•t i i y, Cali :oraia Ir } .y si taate 3A the County Imia, =are Par titular Iv fie F y I �Y E 0 WHEREAS, the growth of population of the South Lake ?&hoe area justifies and requires a full -time, legally trained judiciary; and WHEREAS, a municipal court sitting at South Lake Tahoe would, by reason of its increased jurisdiction and full time status make courts more easily available to the people of the area; and WHEREAS, a municipal court judge sitting at South Lake Tahoe would be available for temporary assignment to the Superior court, and such a judge could handle many ex parse matters and short causes, thus obviating the necessity for litigants, witnesses and counsel to make the trip to Placerville; and WHEREAS, the added expense of the creation of a municipal court would be offset by the advantages to the public in improved administration of justice and in convenience; now therefore 1 it t.. - ...�... mEB : emb CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE - RESOLUTION NO. 1968- lY A RESOLUTION REOUESTING THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO GIVE FAVORABLE CONSIDERATION TO THE FORMATION OF A MUNICIPAL C" RT BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors requested that a study be spade of the judicial districts in the County of El Dorado; _ and WHEREAS, the Judicial Council of the State of California has made a study pursuant to such request and to the provisions of S 11042 of the Government Code and ha3 rendered a report to said Board of Supervisors recommending: "l. The four existing judicial districts should be consolidated into one municipal court district. The court should have two judges, with one department located in the county seat of Placerville and the other in the City of South Lake Tahoe. "2. The sheriff should be designated as marshal of the municipal court and his office and deputies should perform the duties of that office. "3. In the event of a judicial vacancy in a justice court prior to the establishment of a municipal court, the district in which the vacancy occurs should be consolidated with an existing district "; and E 0 WHEREAS, the growth of population of the South Lake ?&hoe area justifies and requires a full -time, legally trained judiciary; and WHEREAS, a municipal court sitting at South Lake Tahoe would, by reason of its increased jurisdiction and full time status make courts more easily available to the people of the area; and WHEREAS, a municipal court judge sitting at South Lake Tahoe would be available for temporary assignment to the Superior court, and such a judge could handle many ex parse matters and short causes, thus obviating the necessity for litigants, witnesses and counsel to make the trip to Placerville; and WHEREAS, the added expense of the creation of a municipal court would be offset by the advantages to the public in improved administration of justice and in convenience; now therefore 1 BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby requests and urge* the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado to act upon the recommendations of the judicial Council and create one municipal court district for the County, in which at least one department shall sit in the City of South Lake Tahoe. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 7 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOLIZA, AMES, MARSMLL and W Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None Mayor Attest: A C t Cler Seal) W4": i I ty 2 Air_, X.- ir. I xx w. BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby requests and urge* the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado to act upon the recommendations of the judicial Council and create one municipal court district for the County, in which at least one department shall sit in the City of South Lake Tahoe. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on March 7 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOLIZA, AMES, MARSMLL and W Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None Mayor Attest: A C t Cler Seal) W4": i I ty 2 Air_, a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TPJ+OE f_ RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 13 A RESOLUTION DECLARING JUNE 2 THROMH 8, 1968 AS- PHYSICAL FITNESS WEEK "IK THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE April 2 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen: CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WOODS Noes: Councilmen: None Absent: Councilen: None yor - ATTEST: Jeri 11 T , (4*-y V •{" -1 Oki F z ate, : 4 f r.. J BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the physical well being and the future of our City and our Nation depends on tie Physical Fitness of the youth of our comm,aity, and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is one of the most progressive cities in planning and builaing for the future, we should do no less for the physical well being of our youth, and WHEREAS, a Physical Fitness program for our youth is a universal challenge as well as a wholesome recreational activity for all to participate — ins and - WHEREAS, the Aute r Athletic Union of the United States and the 1%aker Oats Company through their socnsorship encourage Physical Fatness programs for our youth throughout the *latien; ' NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, that the Week of June 2 trrough 8, 1968 be declared as= "Physical Fitness Week" and for the physical well being cf the youth of our community especially call for the support of parer.ts and schools to encourage their children to participate in the City of South Lake Tahoe Physical Fitness Program. s•i , - Passed and adapted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 2 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen: CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WOODS Noes: Councilmen: None Absent: Councilen: None yor - ATTEST: Jeri 11 T , (4*-y V •{" -1 Oki F z ate, : 4 f r.. J 1 01 ar+ -�7 u,w:er e: 3 -29 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -14 A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY 4, 1968 AS "FIRE SERVICES DAY" AND MAY 5 THROUGH 11, 1968 AS "SPRING CLEAN UP MEEK" IN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 0. WHEREAS, the week of May 5 through 11, 1968 has been proclaimed as "Spring L Clean Up Meek" and WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of California, the Honorable Ronald Reagan, has declared May 4, 1968 as "Fire Services Day" and WHEREAS, this City is extremely proud of its professional, trained and staffed �- Fire Department, and WHEREAS, there are areas of this community that need to be cleaned and r refurbished, and WHEREAS, the City Public 'Works Department and Police Department are jointy conducting an abandoned auto removal program, and t WHEREAS, for these programs to be successful the cooperation of the citizens of this coamunity is of essential importance, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe declares ' May 5 through 11 as "Spring Clean Up meek' and further declares May 4 as "fire , ¢ Services Day, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that cbarch organizations, schools, service clubs, retail merchants, municipal employee's association, all City departments and the b Chamber of Coemerce are requested to assist in supporting an effort to make "Spring Clean Up Leek' a success. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 2 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and MOODS r, toes: Councilmen None Absent: CawilMR stone A J I " I / • ti r ATTEST: Mayor Jobn T. Wi n fan, City C erk . Af /SEAL i i 1 Ohl I ............... -4- 4 0 U 6 "' t! f 3-29-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968-14 A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY 4, 1968 AS *FIRE SERVICES DAY- AND MAY 5 THROUGH 11, 1968 AS "SPRING CLEAN UP WEEK" IN THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE WHEREAS, the week of May 5 through 11, 1968 has been proclaimed as "Spring Clean Up Week" and WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of California, the Honorable Ronald Reagan, has declared May 4, 1968 as 'Fire Services Day" and WHEREAS, this City is extremely proud of its professional, trained and staffed Fire Departmnt, and WHEREAS, there are areas of this community that need to be cleaned and refurbished, and WHEREAS, the City Public Works Department and Police Department are jointy conducting an abandoned auto removal program, and WHEREAS, for these programs to be successful the cooperation of the citizens of this community is of essential importance, now therefore BE 17 RESOLVED tnat the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe declares May 5 through 11 as "Spring Clean Up week" and further declares May 4 as "Fire Services Day, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that church organizations, schools, service clubs, retail merchants, municipal employee's association, all City departments and the. Chamber of Comwrce are requested to assist in supporting an effort to make "Spring Clean Up Week' a success. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 2 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WOODS Noes: Councilmen Norie Absent.* Councilmen None ATTEST: John T. /SEAL I V fiav Mayor 1 AT -W -PTA Wi Iass, City Cie I F I V fiav Mayor 1 T 6=Ni V P Jlk 4-2-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 196$- 15 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE LAKE TAHOE JAYCEES, SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY, PACIFIC TELEPHONE COMPANY, TAHOE TV CABLE SERV-U GARBAGE CO. AND SOUTH TAHOE GAS COMPANY FOR THEIR SPIRITED COR4UNITY INTEREST IN DEVISING AND CARRYING OUT A HOUSE NUMBERING PROGRAM The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, this community grew over the years in an undefined manner, and WHEREAS, since house to house postal delivery service has never been available, and WHEREAS, many of the residents of this area only reside in the City season- ally, and WHEREAS, the above facts contributed to the lack of street numbering through- out the cofmnity, and WHEREAS, the City's policy is to require house numbering only on those new structures being built, and WHEREAS, it is recognized by all private and public emergency and utility service companies and organizations that for rapid identification and location, street numbers are a prime requirement, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council publicly on behalf of the citizens of this community by the adoption of this Resolution shows their appreciation to the Lake Tahoe Jaycees and the utility companies who have involved themselves in assisting every developed piece of property in providing and placing the appropriate house numbers. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe. California, at a regular meeting held on the 2nd day of April, 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLAUE, SOUZA, W.ES, MARSHALL and WOODS NOES: Councilmen tone ABSENT: Councilmr.n None r mayor Al ATTEST:" John I.- Williams, Ci ty C I erk 4 SLAL 01 All a. 7 6=Ni V P Jlk 4-2-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 196$- 15 A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE LAKE TAHOE JAYCEES, SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY, PACIFIC TELEPHONE COMPANY, TAHOE TV CABLE SERV-U GARBAGE CO. AND SOUTH TAHOE GAS COMPANY FOR THEIR SPIRITED COR4UNITY INTEREST IN DEVISING AND CARRYING OUT A HOUSE NUMBERING PROGRAM The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, this community grew over the years in an undefined manner, and WHEREAS, since house to house postal delivery service has never been available, and WHEREAS, many of the residents of this area only reside in the City season- ally, and WHEREAS, the above facts contributed to the lack of street numbering through- out the cofmnity, and WHEREAS, the City's policy is to require house numbering only on those new structures being built, and WHEREAS, it is recognized by all private and public emergency and utility service companies and organizations that for rapid identification and location, street numbers are a prime requirement, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council publicly on behalf of the citizens of this community by the adoption of this Resolution shows their appreciation to the Lake Tahoe Jaycees and the utility companies who have involved themselves in assisting every developed piece of property in providing and placing the appropriate house numbers. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe. California, at a regular meeting held on the 2nd day of April, 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLAUE, SOUZA, W.ES, MARSHALL and WOODS NOES: Councilmen tone ABSENT: Councilmr.n None r mayor Al ATTEST:" John I.- Williams, Ci ty C I erk 4 SLAL 01 --1 Attest: I Ott CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AES:emb 4-'z--68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 16 A RESOLUTION, DIRECTING THE CA. ASS OF BALLOTS 710 BE MADE BY THE CITY CLERK Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: Pursuant to Section 22932.5 of the Elections Code it is ordered that the canvass of returns at the general municipal election to be hald on April 9, 1968, be made by the City Clerk prior to Tuesdav, April 16, 1968, the first Tuesday after the election, and that he certify the results of the canvass to the City Council on Tuesday, April 16, 1968, at 4:30 p.m. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 2, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen AXES, CLARKE, MARSHALL SOUZA and WOODS Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen Noner. \Mayor Attest: I a 68 L Caapbe 136 169 41 661 S. Rees Jones 76 131 88 114 118 50 577 Ralph Y. Andersen 75 98 67 95 142 25 502 Wilbur C. Anderberg 69 87 44 94 133 27 454 Hayden H. Bridwell 62 89 37 85 116 28 417 Gillian H. Roberts 42 75 45 61 154 34 411 Ralph G. Bullivant 52 59 35 89 108 27 370 Francis E. Guyer 41 44 62 48 57 19 271 Norma Thayer 31 34 20 50 79 8 222 Edward P. Usher 22 9 3 17 9 0 60 On the Proposition "Shall the Ordinance Entitled 'An Ordinance Adopted by the Voters Providing that the Net Proceeds of the Transient Occupancy Tax shall be Coattitted to the Retirement of Specified General Obligation Bonds' be Adopted ?" Yes NO 150 245 90 244 301 106 I 913E 120 161 98 172 245 57 85: 1 J i - c�ii-MY sAlk+ M Mnw., -` C CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 17 A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE RESULTS OF THE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD ON APRIL 9, 1968 BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, on April 9. 1968, a general municipal election was held in the City of South Lake Tahoe; and WHEREAS, the election returns have been canvassed by the City Clerk pursuant to the provisions of Section 22932.5 of the Elections Code and the City Cleric has certified the results to this City Council; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. The whole nuwber of votes cast in the City is 2,132. 2. The names of the persons voted for, the €*asures voted upon, the office for which each person was voted for, the number of votes given at each precinct to each person and for and against each measure and the total mowber of votes given in the City to each person and for and against each measure is set forth in the following table: Precinct No. 1 2 3 4 5 Absentees Total For City Council Donald L. Clarke 183 280 125 276 325 126 1,315 lei l 1 i art A. Wink Aims 137 199 108 216 275 109 1,044 ` F Frank C. Souza 130 237 94 206 242 97 1,006_ Robert C. Brown 125 202 83 212 275- 93 990 3 Norman C. hoods 123 217 85 210 240 96 971 " Al $ T Thomas L. Stewart 125 170 90 204 310 70 969 Robert R 11 99 134 6 L Caapbe 136 169 41 661 S. Rees Jones 76 131 88 114 118 50 577 Ralph Y. Andersen 75 98 67 95 142 25 502 Wilbur C. Anderberg 69 87 44 94 133 27 454 Hayden H. Bridwell 62 89 37 85 116 28 417 Gillian H. Roberts 42 75 45 61 154 34 411 Ralph G. Bullivant 52 59 35 89 108 27 370 Francis E. Guyer 41 44 62 48 57 19 271 Norma Thayer 31 34 20 50 79 8 222 Edward P. Usher 22 9 3 17 9 0 60 On the Proposition "Shall the Ordinance Entitled 'An Ordinance Adopted by the Voters Providing that the Net Proceeds of the Transient Occupancy Tax shall be Coattitted to the Retirement of Specified General Obligation Bonds' be Adopted ?" Yes NO 150 245 90 244 301 106 I 913E 120 161 98 172 245 57 85: 1 J On the Proposition "Shall the Ordinance Entitled 'An Ordinance Adopted by the Voters Providing that the Net Proceeds of the Transient Occupancy Tax shall be Coattitted to the Retirement of Specified General Obligation Bonds' be Adopted ?" Yes NO 150 245 90 244 301 106 I 913E 120 161 98 172 245 57 85: 1 J a 6mmi ik Y�0 i-1 r. 3. The following named five (5) persons are declared to have been elected as r*mbers of the City Council. (a) For a four (4) year tens: DONALD L. CLARKE and WILLIAK A. WINK AMES (b) for a two (2) year tens: FRANK C. SOUZA, ROBERT C. BROWN and NOR MAM C. WM 4. The proposition "Shall the Ordinance entitled 'An Ordinance Adopted. by the Voters Providing that the Net Proceeds of the Transient Occupancy Tax Shall be Comitted to the Retirement of Specified General Obligation Bonds' be Adopted?' was adopted by a vote of 1,136 Yes, and in favor thereof and 853 No, and not in favor of thereof. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 16, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, SOUZA, AMES, MARSHALL and WM *Ws: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None fit ATTEST: i am. City C �k T. William City Clerk OR TY SEAL L 2 Do—nald-L. Clarke, Rayor i CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE -, 46 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 18 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL, CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING EUGENE E. MARSHALL FOR HIS DEDICATION AND SERVICE AS MAYOR AND COUNCILMAN N The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, Eugene E. Marshall was elected to the first City Council in November 1965 and did diligently pursue the duties of that office until the municipal election of April 1968 when he chose not to run for re- election but to run for the Board of Supervisors; and WHEREAS, Eugene E. Marshall spent the necessary time to inform himself of all issues and contributed measurably to the developeent of the basic foundation upon which this community can build a prideful future, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that by the adoption of this Resolution the City Council on behalf of the citizens of this coomwnity publicly expresses its appreciation to Eugene E. Marshall for his dedication in serving the citizens of this community to make South Lake Tahoe a better place in which to live. Passed and adopted by the City Council of tqe City of South Lake Tahoe on April 16, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARY.E, WOODS, SOUZA, AMES and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen Now ATTEST: . William, City Clerk Cr/SEAL 1 - 4 ' • � Donald L. Clarke, Mayor Y Ah b �I News, a newspaper of general circulation published in the City an Karch 20 and 27, 1968; and WHEREAS, a hearing on the annexation was held on the date and at the time set forth in said Resolution 1968 -11, to wit, on April I6, 1968, at 8:05 p.m.; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the annexation of the territory described and depicted in the attachments hereto to L.ne City of South Lake Tahoe is hereby approved, and BE IT FURIHER RESOLVED as follows: 1. That the City Clerk stall prepare under seal a certified copy of this Resolution, giving the date of its passage, and transmit it to the Secretary cf State of California. 2. That a statement setting forth the legal description of the territor SO annexed to the City together with a map or plat thereof shall forthwith be prepared in triplicate by the City Clerk, under seal, one (1) copy of which sh i M V Oki w wa _ ni.Faar�.L.�ara - .►..,,. > M ,, v. . :.: :. ,:. ,_. 1T 1 . - _ w` _. 4 -12 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 19 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF _ TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE UNDER THE ANNEXATION OF UNINHABITED TERRITORY ACT OF 1939, AS AMENDED (ANNEXATION 67 -1)_ The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, does hereby resolve as follows: WHEREAS, the E1 Dorado County Local Agency Formation Commission has approved the annexation of certain property to the said City of South Lake Tahoe, said property being designated as South Lake Tahoe Annexation 67 -1; and WHEREAS, said legal description and map of said Annexation is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth herein: and _ WHEREAS, the City Council has been presented with a petition signed by all owners of the property contained in said Annexation 67 -1; and K WHEREAS, it is to bhe best interests and benefit of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, and the orderly growth of this community; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution 1968 -11, adopted by this Council, 8:05 p.m., April 16, 1968, at 1044 Fremont Street, in the Council Chambers of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, w was the date set for hearing all protests to the f.� annexation of the property contained in the area designated as Annexation 67 -1; and ` - WHEREAS, the City Clerk of said City has mailed copies of said Resolution 1968 -11 and attachments thereto to the Lake Tahoe Unified School District and all other interested parties, as required by law; and r WHEREAS, a copy of said Resolution 3966 -11 was published in the Lake Tahoe News, a newspaper of general circulation published in the City an Karch 20 and 27, 1968; and WHEREAS, a hearing on the annexation was held on the date and at the time set forth in said Resolution 1968 -11, to wit, on April I6, 1968, at 8:05 p.m.; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the annexation of the territory described and depicted in the attachments hereto to L.ne City of South Lake Tahoe is hereby approved, and BE IT FURIHER RESOLVED as follows: 1. That the City Clerk stall prepare under seal a certified copy of this Resolution, giving the date of its passage, and transmit it to the Secretary cf State of California. 2. That a statement setting forth the legal description of the territor SO annexed to the City together with a map or plat thereof shall forthwith be prepared in triplicate by the City Clerk, under seal, one (1) copy of which sh i M r i be filed with the Board of Equalization of the State of California, and one (1) copy of which shall be filed with the Assessor of the County of E1 Dorado, and one (1) copy of which shall be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado for filing. Passed a and adopted by t the City Council of t the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 1 16 1956, b by the following vote: Ayes: C Councilmen C CLARKE, FOODS, AMES, S SOLIZA and BROWN Noes: C Councilmen N None Absent: C Councilmen N None i a ark&, Mayor. b _a q; a r i be filed with the Board of Equalization of the State of California, and one (1) copy of which shall be filed with the Assessor of the County of E1 Dorado, and one (1) copy of which shall be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors of the County of El Dorado for filing. Passed a and adopted by t the City Council of t the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 1 16 1956, b by the following vote: Ayes: C Councilmen C CLARKE, FOODS, AMES, S SOLIZA and BROWN Noes: C Councilmen N None Absent: C Councilmen N None i a ark&, Mayor. 2 I y_ _ �J y E . 1 � f scale: i" = ION I i — .... r;.. #7300.5.4 (0) MEB:enb CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE s i 4 -3 -68 PI' f RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 20 .. 4 A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO VACATE A PORTION OF PRIIROSE ROAD { BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, that portion of Primrose Road being an arc shaped portion adjacent to Lots 8, 9 and 10, Block 1, Pinewood Terrace Subdivision, is not required for 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 ORDERED: 1. The City Council intends to abandoned the above described portion of Primrose Road, as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk. 2. That a public hearing at which all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation may be heard, shall be held on May 21, 1968, at 8:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the bus - °` iness of the Council will permit, in the Council Chambers, City .. Hall, 1644 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California. 3. This Resolution shall be published one time not less than 10 days prior to said hearing and three (3) copies of this Resolution shall be posted conspicuously along that portion of Primrose Road proposed to be abandoned. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South 4 Lake Tahoe on Uri1 16 1968, by the following vote: ' Ayes: Councilmen CLAD, ADS, MMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None r Mayor L Attest: e (City Seal) s i PI' f .. 4 I T.' Eil 7 AAW CM 0" " "4 : q.,.$t.?�• .1*t_:rYa+.`.!- 'a..i.v .- _!��':.�'.4' ,.,. -" :'x •zz. w.a, , -!ti•. <a ..E.�: y - JTW:er �• 4 -16 -68 . V:.. CITY OF SOUTH U'_• E TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 21 A RESOLUTION DECLARING APR "_ 22 THROUGH 28 $' AS DECENCY WEEK WHEREAS, the traffic in obscenity and pornography is a growing national problem; and WHEREAS, a growing flood of pornographic material is being distributed through newsstands and the U. S. Mail; and WHEREAS, President Lyndon B. Johnson on January 2, 1968, appointed a Presidential Commission on Obscenity and Pornography; and iiHEKEA,, the weli -being of both children and adults is greatly intluenced by the literature they read, and the motion pictures they see; and WHEREAS, uplifting, worthwhile literature and notion pictures can give many hours of pleasure, providing great satisfaction and benefit to the reader; and WHEREAS, obscenity and pornography are contributing factors to social =; problems such as ?llegitimacy, venereal disease, use of narcotics, and juvenile crime: NOW THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe hereby declares that the week of April 22 -28 be designated "D for Decency meek' and further urges that all citizens actively participate in the following activities: S5 1. Educate our citizens to the growing problem of obscenity and pornography `e in the City of South Lake Tahoe; e t� x L 0 2. Encourage the passage of sound State legislation which will correct the problem; 3. Promote the reading of uplifting and worthwhile literature especially among young people; 4. Promote positive moral and spiritual values in the home; 5. Work for a closer association of families with character - building organizations; 6. Request local,'.-county and state officials to take action against producers and distributors of obscene and pornographic material; 1. Cooperate fully with local law enforcement agencies, the City Attorney, the District Attorney, the Attorney General, and the Presidential Commission on Obscenity and Pornography, Washington, D.C., in effc to abate obscene literature and other forms of pornography, includ motion pictures. i i I 9 Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 16 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WWDS. ACMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen 'done Absent: Councilmen None zee DDF814 L. Llarke, Payor nwaksm I- f A 14 --I ATTEST: Li ty %;ierK �Y SEAL nwaksm I- f A 14 --I A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RELATIVE TO PARTICIPATION IN SERVICE CLUBS AND CI`V'IC ACTIVITIES BY CITY OFFICERS AND SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, it is necessary to determine policy regarding the expense of City Officers and Supervisory employees when participating in service clubs and other community organizations, and WHEREAS, in business these are normally considered ordinary employee business expenses for the purpose of calculating personal income tax, and WHEREAS, such expenses are not reimbursable for City Cfficers and Super- visory employees as a matter of policy but the need for participation in such organizations is of equal or more importance for such City Officers and employees thanfor officers and employees of private fires, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the Council finds and determines that participation by City Officers and Super- visory employees in service clubs and other community organizations is necessary and desirable in order for the City government and such public officers and employees to effectively and efficiently serve the community and that expense incurred by such officers and employees in such activities is ordinary and reasonable business expense, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that although such expenses of such officers and employees are not subject to reimbursement under existing au,nicipal policy, City officers and supervisory employees be urged to participate in service clubs and organization activities as a part of the duties of their position. 1 PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the3Oth day of _ April 1368, by the following roll call vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None i ATTEST: i ' *6a d L. C arke, Mayor . w MSS 1 if 3 1 CM CM JTw:er - .. 8 -18 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1958- 22- A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RELATIVE TO PARTICIPATION IN SERVICE CLUBS AND CI`V'IC ACTIVITIES BY CITY OFFICERS AND SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, it is necessary to determine policy regarding the expense of City Officers and Supervisory employees when participating in service clubs and other community organizations, and WHEREAS, in business these are normally considered ordinary employee business expenses for the purpose of calculating personal income tax, and WHEREAS, such expenses are not reimbursable for City Cfficers and Super- visory employees as a matter of policy but the need for participation in such organizations is of equal or more importance for such City Officers and employees thanfor officers and employees of private fires, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the Council finds and determines that participation by City Officers and Super- visory employees in service clubs and other community organizations is necessary and desirable in order for the City government and such public officers and employees to effectively and efficiently serve the community and that expense incurred by such officers and employees in such activities is ordinary and reasonable business expense, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that although such expenses of such officers and employees are not subject to reimbursement under existing au,nicipal policy, City officers and supervisory employees be urged to participate in service clubs and organization activities as a part of the duties of their position. 1 PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the3Oth day of _ April 1368, by the following roll call vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None i ATTEST: i ' *6a d L. C arke, Mayor . w MSS 1 if 3 1 :* i JTa:er G -2o -68 I t'- r I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTIONI NO. 1968- 23 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE URGING THE CONTINUED MAINTENANCE OF OPHIR PRISON The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, the effort to save Ophir Prison has still not led to success despite concentrated attention over the past years and WHEREAS, Ophir Prison is of historical significance having been the tome of some of California's illustrious citizens and �MGpLSC' areas and as such is a natural tourist attraction and WHEREAS, our Assemblyman Eugene Chappie has been most closely connected with the effort to save Ophir Prison and WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe is devoted to the preservation of the historical inheritance Croat our forebears and WHEREAS the City of South Lake Tahoe is generally interested in tourism and WHEREAS, it is hoped that this problem may reach solution during the present session of the legislature of the State of California, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe commend Assemblyman Eugene Chappie for his past efforts in solving this complex problem and encourage his in his current efforts by lending him the cownunity's moral support. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 30 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen WOODS, ANES and SOUZA Noes: Councilmen CLARKE and BRM Absent: Councilmen None f y 4/ ATTEST Cs na d L. Clark*, Mayor / City Clark SEAL Uy _7_ F '" goes : Counci lIzen stone Absent: Councilmen None Mayor ATTEST: 0 aP:9-',Cj'Lty Clerk % ,:Jt --I N, on owl CITY CF SOUTH LAXE TAHOE RLS0'_1r11ON *N0. 1966- 24 *G THE 1968 FEPORT ON A RESOLUTION ADOPTIN ROAD AND STREET PROGRESS A;'D N EL DS AS REQUIRED UNDER THE STREETS AN; 1i'1G11WAYS CCT""E WURLAS, Section 2156 of the Streets and Highways Code requires the Cities and Counties of California to submit a report of City Street and County Road needs and progress made in the construction or improvement of road or street systems, and WHEREAS, the City has prepared such a report in accordance with instructions and Zorms received from the :;tate Lepartment of Public Works. THEREFORE, BE If RESOLVED by the City Council- of the City of South Lake Tahoe that it hereby approves the attached 1968 Report on Road and Street i,rogress and &"%'et:ds as required under the Streets and highways Code. FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED a copy of this resolution and two be W. Warren, copies of vie report submitted to Mr. L. District Lngineer, Division of Highways, Marysville, California. A, Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on April 30 11968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen WOODS, AMES, SOLIZA and R -CLARKE, '" goes : Counci lIzen stone Absent: Councilmen None Mayor ATTEST: 0 aP:9-',Cj'Lty Clerk % ,:Jt --I N, on owl I J ..Si- i.°.+ri �•�?A�Y`- cSY�"��iK�!i :: •}13� ...�i:�ti. ^�. :. i`�. .:.R`u 'T�, ..'; �-K. � S_-S ^ii k�i`-RT�- � ��cF'�' -4 '1 �^-�- �I$. .. ��� r, CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 25 A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY 19 -25, 1968 AS REALTOR WEEK WHEREAS, citizens of this community, as those throughout the nation, enjoy the benefits, security, and pride of home ownership as in no other country a in the world; and WHEREAS, Realtors in this area have joined with their colleagues across the country in the Make American Setter program of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, in an effort to help solve the major problems of the cities and towns, and make home ownership a possibility for even more Americans; and WHEREAS, Realtors show their involvement in the betterment of our community by their participation in civic and governmental affairs and by their leadership in organizations dedicated to the improvement of our city; and WHEREAS, this community has benefited further from the Realtors' efforts to provide a sound economy through the use of their skills in appraising, locating, and managing factories, stores, and office buildings; and WHEREAS, Realtors, by pledging themselves to uphold a strict Code of Ethics assure experienced, ethical, and competent handling of all real estate trans- actions; and .,, WHEREAS, members of the South Lake Tahoe Board of Realtors, in conjunction =a with their more than 85,000 colleagues throughout the United States, are . " celebrating Realtor Week, May 19 -25, to acquaint the public with the high stand - -:w' Ards of service rendered by Realtors; now therefore LC BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe deciares :. the week of May 19 -25, 1968 to be Realtor Week and asks all citizens to join with them in twaor i ng the Rea 1 tors of this community. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on ' MAY 2 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN hoes: Councilmen � Absent: Councilmen WOODS � G ATTEST:, #;,� Donald L. Clar e, Mayor i;S i" 1 i ams , City C El'k �� Y EAt '' -' ra JTw:er 5 -7 -68 i T� 4 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 26 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PROCLAIMING THE WEEK OF MAY 12 -18, 1968 AS MENTAL HEALTH WEEK WHEREAS, the mental health of the citizens of this country is of vital importance to our nation, and WHEREAS, federal, state and local governments do participate in mental health programs, and WHEREAS, the County of El Dorado has staff offices in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe to further promote mental health in our coaaaunities, and WHEREAS, there has been recently formed the South Tahoe Mental Health Association, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does proclais May -18, 1968 as Mental Health Week, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all organizations, clubs, churches and schools are encouraged to participate in the events planned by the South Tahoe Mental Health Association to adequately commemorate Mental Health Week. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe oa May 7 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes; Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WOODS �Y r ,Wna d L. C a e, Mayor ATTEST: Mi III am Gi y -Clerk ± i SEAL. 7: �rt f n i I CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION ti0. 1968- 21 A RESOLUTION DECLARING MAY AS NATIONAL RADIO MONTH AND COMMENDING KTHO FOR ITS EFFORTS IN OUR COMMiNITY WHEREAS, radio broadcasting is an essential service in creating public awareness to constantly changing situations in community, state, nation and the world, and WHEREAS, radio advertising stimulates canmerce which helps to maintain a stable economy, and WHEREAS, radio stations consistently offer facilities for furthering civic projectS tnat oeueiil ail, end WHEREAS, radio broadcasters stand in constant readiness t,o give selfless aid in time of crisis, and WHEREAS. the radio broadcasting industry has endeavored to provide all listeners with programs designed to inform, educate and entertain, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe declares the month of May to be National Radio Month and asks all citizens to :join wittl them in honoring our radio station KTHO for its efforts in our community and to note �q the record of achievements of the radio broadcasting industry, its personnel and the theme "Radio...The All-American Sound.` Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 7 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WOODS ATTEST: i John, T. Wi is C14 Claris , 17 UtY SEAL f T 0-0 i Donald L. Clarke, Fayor D I Ayes: Councilmen CLARX.E• AMES, SOUZA and hoes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WDODS Vona I d L. Clarke. Kayor� ATTEST: CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 19ITY SEAL AL RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 28 It U A RESOLUTION DECLARING KAY AS NATIONAL RADIO MONTH AND COMMENDING KOWL FOR ITS EFFORTS IN OUR COMKUNITY WHEREAS, radio broadcasting is an essential service in creating public awareness to constantly changing situations in community, state, nati on and t he world, and WHEREAS, radio advertising stimulates cownerce which helps to maintain a stable economy, and WHEREAS, radio stations consistently offer facilities for furthering civic projects tnat benefit all, and WHEREAS, radio broadcasters stand in constant readiness to give selfless aid in times of crisis, and WHEREAS, the radio broadcasting industry has endeavored to provide all listeners with programs designed to inform, educate and entertain, now therefore BE 11 RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe declares the month of May to be National Radio Month and asksall citizens to join with them in honoring our radio station K04 for its efforts in our community and to note the record of achievements of the radio broadcasting industry, its personnel and the theme "Radio... The All-American Sound.' 5 Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 7 , 1368, by the following vote: I Ayes: Councilmen CLARX.E• AMES, SOUZA and hoes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WDODS Vona I d L. Clarke. Kayor� ATTEST: /'000 Wi lliams, Ci 19ITY SEAL AL AN It U L Lik 4 0" Sr, JTW:er .. s: 3 :yi Si '4 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 29 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PROCLAIMING MAY 24 -25 AS VETERAN'S POPPY BAYS I The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, Veteran's organizations have been honoring the dead and aiding the living by the annual.sale of poopies since World War 1, and WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 795 at South Lake Tahoe has been active in this undertaking for over eighteen years, and W14FRFAS_ the Hinh Sierra Pnst 1S-14 Vaterans of Foreian Mars it. su000rtiea.. this worthwhile project, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe proclaims May 24 and 25 as Veteran's Poppy Days. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that time citizens of this City are requested to purchase and proudly wear Veteran's poppys. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 7 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARK[, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WOODS ATTEST: . Wi lams, City Clerk ITY SEAL 4 imp 't �F Si '4 1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 29 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE PROCLAIMING MAY 24 -25 AS VETERAN'S POPPY BAYS I The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, Veteran's organizations have been honoring the dead and aiding the living by the annual.sale of poopies since World War 1, and WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 795 at South Lake Tahoe has been active in this undertaking for over eighteen years, and W14FRFAS_ the Hinh Sierra Pnst 1S-14 Vaterans of Foreian Mars it. su000rtiea.. this worthwhile project, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe proclaims May 24 and 25 as Veteran's Poppy Days. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that time citizens of this City are requested to purchase and proudly wear Veteran's poppys. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 7 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARK[, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen WOODS ATTEST: . Wi lams, City Clerk ITY SEAL imp 't �F i 1 Dtmald ar e, yor f IL L� r t7300.11.3(C) MEB:emb 5/20/68 i F M CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 3Q A RESOLUTION CALLING A PUBLIC FEARING TO QETERKINE WHETHER PUBLIC NECESSITY, HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE REQUIRES THE FORMATION OF AN 4NMERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT 1968- 1 BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Chapter 5 of Title 8 of the City Code establishes a procedure for the creation of underground utility districts and requires as the initial step in such procedure the holding of a public hearing to ascertain whether public necessity, health, safety, or welfare requires the ressoval of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground instal- lation of wires and facilities for supplying electric, communi- cation, or similar or associated service in any such district; and WHEREAS, it has been recommended that such an underground utility district, hereinafter called District, be formed on U. S. Highway 50 (Lake Tahoe Boulevard) from its intersection with Keys Boulevard Westward to State Highway 89 (Emerald Bay Road) , including 7 parcels on the South side of said State high- way 89. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as follows: 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be hald by the Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on July 16', 1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, in the Council Chambers of the City Hall, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, to ascertain whether the public necessity, health, safety or welfare requires the removal of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground installation of wires and facilities for supplying electri_, communication, or similar associated service in the District hereinabove described. 2. At such hearing all persons interested shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Said hearing may be continued from time to time as may be deter fined by the City Council. 3. The City Clerk shall notify all affected property .:.:owners as shown on the last equalized assessment roll and utilities concerned of the time and place of such hearing by doing all of the following not later than 30 days prior to said hearing: (1) !sailing a copy of this resolution to all property owners within said pro- posed district as shown by the last equalized assessment roll used by the City, and to all public utilities having overhead electric or communication facilities within said proposed district; (2) posting copies of this resolution along all public streets within said proposed district at intervals of not more than 348 feet; and (3) publishing this resolution in the official City newspaper one (1) time. 1 S�� f i � ak IF- L� r t7300.11.3(C) MEB:emb 5/20/68 i F M CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 3Q A RESOLUTION CALLING A PUBLIC FEARING TO QETERKINE WHETHER PUBLIC NECESSITY, HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE REQUIRES THE FORMATION OF AN 4NMERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT 1968- 1 BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Chapter 5 of Title 8 of the City Code establishes a procedure for the creation of underground utility districts and requires as the initial step in such procedure the holding of a public hearing to ascertain whether public necessity, health, safety, or welfare requires the ressoval of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground instal- lation of wires and facilities for supplying electric, communi- cation, or similar or associated service in any such district; and WHEREAS, it has been recommended that such an underground utility district, hereinafter called District, be formed on U. S. Highway 50 (Lake Tahoe Boulevard) from its intersection with Keys Boulevard Westward to State Highway 89 (Emerald Bay Road) , including 7 parcels on the South side of said State high- way 89. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as follows: 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be hald by the Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on July 16', 1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, in the Council Chambers of the City Hall, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, to ascertain whether the public necessity, health, safety or welfare requires the removal of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground installation of wires and facilities for supplying electri_, communication, or similar associated service in the District hereinabove described. 2. At such hearing all persons interested shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Said hearing may be continued from time to time as may be deter fined by the City Council. 3. The City Clerk shall notify all affected property .:.:owners as shown on the last equalized assessment roll and utilities concerned of the time and place of such hearing by doing all of the following not later than 30 days prior to said hearing: (1) !sailing a copy of this resolution to all property owners within said pro- posed district as shown by the last equalized assessment roll used by the City, and to all public utilities having overhead electric or communication facilities within said proposed district; (2) posting copies of this resolution along all public streets within said proposed district at intervals of not more than 348 feet; and (3) publishing this resolution in the official City newspaper one (1) time. 1 4. The area proposed to be included in the District is shown upon that certain mao entitled "Boundary Diagram Underground Utility District 1963 -1' and is described in a document entitled "City of South Lake Tahoe Underground Utility District 1966 -1 Boundary Description" which is on file with the City Clerk and may be examined during business hours. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 28 01 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLAW, WS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None 7174 Z Attest: e it C er er '4 ity Seal) 2 may r 0%11 a rS IbI 0 I WWOK W7 11 7 -i 0- 1 r a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE #7300.11.3(D) MEB:emb RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -31 M7 di Ot L ) 1 20/68 A RESOLUTION CALLING A PUBLIC HEARING TO DETERMINE WHETHER PUBLIC NECESSITY, HEALTH, SAFETY OR ' WELFARE REQUIRES THE FORMATION OF AN UNDERGROUND UTILITY DISTRICT 1968- 2 s ':. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Chapter 5 of Title 8 of the City Code establishes a procedure for the creation of underground utility districts and requires as the initial step in such procedure the holding of a public hearing to ascertain whether public necessity, health, safety, or welfare requires the removal of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground instal - lation of wires and facilities for supplying electric, comuni -- ..;., cation, or similar or associated service in any such district; and WHEREAS, it has been recocmended that such as underground utility district, hereinafter called District, be formed or. B. S. Highway 50 (Lake Tahoe Boulevard) from the California- Fevada Stateline westward to a point approximately 540 feet westerly frm Park Avenue. a _ NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved as follows: " 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public bearing will be hald by the Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on July ` 16, 1968, at the hour of 8:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, in the Council Chaabers of the City Hail, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, to ascertain whether the public necessity, health, safety or welfare requires the removal of poles, overhead wires and associated overhead structures and the underground installation ` of wires and facilities for supplying electric, cce unication, or si=ilar associated service in the District hereinabove described. 2. At such hearing all persons interested shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Said hearing may be continued from time to time as may be determined by the City Council. 3. The City Cleric shall notify all affected property owners as shown on the last equalized assessment roll and utilities concerned of the time and plate of such hearizzg by doing all of the following not later than 30 days prior to said hearing: (1) Mailing a copy of this resolution to all property owners within said pro- posed district as shown by the last equalized assessment roll used by the City, and to all public utilities having overhead electric =s or caumnication facilities within said proposed district; (2) posting caries of this resolution along all public streets within said proposed district at intervals of not more than 340 feet; and _.. _ (3) publishing this resolution in the official City newspaper one _ (1) tine. L ) 1 ak ,I , V w i 2 gin: 04 CON. .° co, 4 . The area r p oposed to be included in the District ' is sham upon that certain asap entitled "Boundary Diagram Underground Utility District 1968 -2' and is described in a document entitled "City of South Lake Tahoe Underground, utility r District 1968 -2 Boundary Description" which is on file with the City Clerk and may be examined during business hours. Fes:. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South h -_ Lake Tahoe on May 28 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE , WOODS, AMES , SOUZA arsd BROWN Hoes : Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None t� :4ayor Attest: C C er ity Seal? ak ,I , V w i 2 gin: -I 116; Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BRDWN Noes Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None Donald t. Clarke, Mayor ATTEST: oh Ali liams, City Clerk Y SEAL 1 j - CA. 4 jTW:er 5-31-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 32 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE EMPLOYEES' ASS(XIATIN FOR THEIR VOLUNTEER EFFORTS IN CITY-WIDE CLEAN-UP DAY MAY 11, 1968 WHEREAS, the employees of the City of South Lake Tahoe through the City of South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association have demonstrated a pride in the City in which they are employed through volunteer efforts in a City-wide clean-up campaign on May 11, 1968, and WHEREAS, the beauty and cleanliness of South Lake Tahoe is the first image the visitor. sees as he enters the area. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of SoutA Lake Tahoe does commend and support the efforts of the City of South Lake Tahoe Employees' Association for instigating and carrying out a clean-up campaign to beautify South Lake Tahoe. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on May 28 , 1968, by the following vote: 116; Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BRDWN Noes Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None Donald t. Clarke, Mayor ATTEST: oh Ali liams, City Clerk Y SEAL 1 j - a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 40. 1968- 33 A RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE LEASE SIGNED BY THE MAYOR WITH LEASCO DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT CORPORATION WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe has entered into an agreement with the Leasco Data Processing Equipment Corporation relating to the lea-sing to this municipal corporation from said Leasco Data Processing Equipment Corporation certain equipment. material, and/or other property; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the said lease be approved and that the action of Mayor Donald L. Clarke of this municipal corporation in signing said lease on behalf of the City of South Lake Tahoe is hereby ratified and confirTned. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular adjourned meeting thereof held on the 28th day of May, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE. WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BRO4N Noes Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None ATTEST: J Wi n-am S-.-City erk- CITY SEAL I I A A 09 (Doi JTW:er 5-31-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 34 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE DECLARING JUNE 9 THROUGH 15, 1968 AS FLAG WEEK The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS. the President of the United States has proclaimed June 14, 1968 as Flag Day and has further proclaimed the week of June 9 through 15 as National Flag Week, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe encourages all persons to proudly fly the flag of the United States each day during National Flag Week. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 4- 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AMES, SOUZA and RROffi Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen 'WOWS Sonald L. Clafte, Mayor I --I ATTEST: W 11 ass, city Clerk e, SEAL -4 ILA- I --I ,i JTW:er 5 -31 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 35' A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COWENDING THE JAYCEES FOR THEIR DONATION OF A SCOREBOARD TO SOUTH TAHOE HIGH SCHOOL WHEREAS, the Jaycee organization of South Lake Tahoe has through volunteer efforts to accumulate funds, made available moneys for the donation of a score- board to the South Tahoe High School and, WHEREAS, this scoreboard will be a constant reminder of the leadership of the young men in the organization of Jaycees, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake for Lhis donation to the T.%jc %&%m4 A wfc vloy.-Cc Ql gall &,cat. lull opmWenj comu n i ty. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 4 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE. AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen �. 4, 44 Donald L. Clarke, Ma YO r ATTEST: Achnir. InIII&S, city VC I i I I -3 =MAR P wa Er 6 -4 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 1". 1968- 36 A RESOLUTICNi OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING WILLIAM A. STACY FOR HIS SERVICES AS CHAIRMAN OF THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMIITTEE FOR OLYMPIC HIGH ALTITUDE TRAINING The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS,this City was fortunate enough to be designated as the High Altitude Training Center for the following United States Olympic teams: men's track and field, men's volleyball, women's volleyball and women's gymnastics, and WHEREAS, the ensuing publicity of such an international occurrence is of tremendous isoor?anro fn chic :mimisinify anel WHEREAS, it was necessary to develop a citizen's committee to assist in accomplishing the necessary details of providing a high altitude training progrw and WHEREAS, the Reverend William A. Stacy came forth to volunteer his services in any capacity to assist the Olympic High Altitude Training Committee and WHEREAS, he was elected by the citizen's committee and appointed by the City Council as Chairman of the South Lake Tahoe Olympic effort and WHEREAS, William A. Stacy found the time to establish the program and carry it forward to this point in time and WHEREAS, William A. Stacy has been called from this community to undertake the establishment of a new church in another community, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council by the adoption of this Resolution expresses the appreciation of the citizens of the City of South Lake Tahoe to William A. Stacy for his contribution that will help publicize and bring national recognition to this community as truly America's All Year Playground. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 4, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AM!ES, SOUZA and BROWN Hoes: Counci]men V ne r Councilmen: WOODS y S� x =MAR P wa Er 6 -4 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 1". 1968- 36 A RESOLUTICNi OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING WILLIAM A. STACY FOR HIS SERVICES AS CHAIRMAN OF THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMIITTEE FOR OLYMPIC HIGH ALTITUDE TRAINING The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS,this City was fortunate enough to be designated as the High Altitude Training Center for the following United States Olympic teams: men's track and field, men's volleyball, women's volleyball and women's gymnastics, and WHEREAS, the ensuing publicity of such an international occurrence is of tremendous isoor?anro fn chic :mimisinify anel WHEREAS, it was necessary to develop a citizen's committee to assist in accomplishing the necessary details of providing a high altitude training progrw and WHEREAS, the Reverend William A. Stacy came forth to volunteer his services in any capacity to assist the Olympic High Altitude Training Committee and WHEREAS, he was elected by the citizen's committee and appointed by the City Council as Chairman of the South Lake Tahoe Olympic effort and WHEREAS, William A. Stacy found the time to establish the program and carry it forward to this point in time and WHEREAS, William A. Stacy has been called from this community to undertake the establishment of a new church in another community, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council by the adoption of this Resolution expresses the appreciation of the citizens of the City of South Lake Tahoe to William A. Stacy for his contribution that will help publicize and bring national recognition to this community as truly America's All Year Playground. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 4, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AM!ES, SOUZA and BROWN Hoes: Counci]men V ne Absent: Councilmen: WOODS y %, C (A AT T: d L. Clarke, Off` yor SH ' W� , City a i am&EAL ;. 3A o � o� cvr A. . 6 g I t # 0 -177 #7300.5.60r) MEB : e:ab W1 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 37 A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A STUDY OF MATER QUALITY STANDARDS IN ARTIFICIAL BODIES OF WATER 0i aa� jj BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the City Council is in the process of establishing by ordinance, water quality control standards for artificial lakes, lagoons, canals and other waterways; and WHEREAS, such standards will be applied to the canals and lagoons of the Tahoe Keys development; and WHEREAS, the purpose of such standards is to protect such waterways for the following beneficial uses: (a) Recreation: The waters of Tahoe Keys are used extensively for recreational purposes including water contact sports and boating. The quality of the water should support this use. (b) Fish and Wildlife Sustenance: The waters of Tahoe Keys provide habitat for fish from Lae Ta oe. It is desirable to maintain conditions which will support game fish and to dis- courage conditions conducive to the propagation of trash fish. The Waters of the sailing lagoons and adjacent marshes provide nesting areas for water fowl including ducks and geese. (c) Esthetic En o ent: The lagoons of Tahoe Keys are connected with La�Ta..oe and are a part of the City of South Lake Tahoe. The future well being of the area requires that the lagoons be esthetically attractive and compatible with the unique Tahoe environment; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. Surveillance Program: A surveillance program shall be conducted to eterm ni a compliance with the water quality standards contained in said ordinance. Monthly reports shall be submitted to the City of South Lake Tahoe containing the results of the surveillance program. 2. SaMlin__qSchedule: During the period from April 1 through November s one weekly sample shall be collected from the water surface near the center of a lagoon in each of the four below listed areas. (a) Sailing lagoon at east side of development. 1 a c;� w. ,f K L I 01 r I I (b) Tahoe Keys Unit 1 at eastern end of lagoons. (c) western area near western extreme of Tahoe Keys. (d) Opening of Keys to Lake Tahoe midway between the Lake and the lagoon. 3. Testing Methods: Samples shall be collected and analyzed and the results reported in accordance with procedures outlined in the latest edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water" for the following water quality indicators. (a) Secchi Disc Transparency. (b) Fecal Coliform Organisms. (c) PH, (d) Dissolved uxygen. (e) Plankton Count. 4. The water quality standards for artificial lakes, lagoons, canals, and other waterways shall be reviewed at the and of one year's samplings to determine if any changes are required. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 18 1958, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AHES, SOL'ZA and BROWN Noes: Councilman None Absent: Councilmen lions l Mayor Attest: Ci le r ( i4 (Ji 4 Sear ; •;�.. n � z F _ r r S 4t �1 #7300.2.8 MEB:emb 543 -68 F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 38 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING PROCEDURES FOR INITIATING, FILING AND PROCESSING REM ESTS TO ESTABLISH AGRICULTURAL PRESERVES BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, Section 51201(d) of the Goverment Code provides that a city may provide by resolution procedures for initiating, filing and processing, requests to establish agricultural pre- serves; and WHEREAS, there are many areas within the City that should be preserved as open space and which do have agricultural uses avi 9L&&Itg purposes; ana WHEREAS, the Council hereby finds that the uses permitted by use permit in Open Space Zones are compatible uses to agri- cultural uses; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED that the procedures for initiating, filing and processing requests to establish agricultural preserves are as follows: 1. Any property owner owning land within an area proposed to be established as an agricultural preserve may file a written application for the creation of an Agricultural Preserve with the City Clerk. 2. Such application &hail contain: (a) The name and mailing address of the applicant. (b) The legal description of the property proposed to be included within the proposed agricultural preserve, in- cluding Assessor's Parcel Numbers and names and addresses of the owners of each parcel as revealed by the latest equalized assess- ment roll of E1 Dorado County. (c) That if the agricultural preserve is estab- lished, applicant will execute an agreement under Section 51255 of the Government Code. 3. If an application includes land not owned by the applicant, it shall be accompanied by an application for re- zoning the lands as an Open Space (OS) District. i. Upon receipt of an application, the City Cle: shall set a date for hearing thereof before the City Counci Notice of such hearing shall be published in the official t newspaper one time, not less than 10 days prior to the heat 1 a a --1 *f Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None mayor Attest: 5. At the hearing any interested person shall be heard. 6. The Council may continue the hearing from time to time and may refer the application to the Planning Commission C t Clerk for study and recommendation. 7. At the conclusion of the hearing the City Council may create the Agricultural Preserve by resolution if it finds: (a) That the land, or suc h portion thereof as the Council may desire to include within an agricultural preserve, is devoted to agricultural and compatible uses. (b) That the owners of the lands have all agreed to execute an aqreement under Section 51255 of the Goverment... Code, or that the land is zoned as an Open Space (OS) District. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on June 18 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BRWN *f Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None mayor 2 Ili`. Attest: C t Clerk ity Seal) 2 Ili`. i.l A, at page 35. ' COM?TNCING at the most Easterly corner of said `L.S.2395'; Lot 15, an iron bolt stamped thence South 49. 39 -1/2' Nest 100 feet along the South - CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 7300.5.7(F) MEB:emb RESOLUTION ISO. 1468- 39 bolt; thence North 40' 22' West 100 feet to a /68 5�1 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE QUITCLAIM DEED TO REAL PROPERTY feet to a similar bolt set in the Northwesterly - TO CORRECT MISTAKE OF FACT } BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: East 100 feet along said Northeasterly line to WHEREAS, by Grant Deed dated December 8, 1966, accepted A k December 13, 1966, and recorded December 27, 1966, as document No. 25986, in Book 816, page 369, Official Records of L1 more or less; Dorado County, California, there was conveyed to the City of South Lake Tahoe, the property situate in the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, described as: All that portion of Lot 15, o: block 1 of Tamarack Subdivision, as said lot and block are designated and numbered on the Official Map of said Subdivision, filed in the office of the County Recorder of the County of El Dorado, State of California, on February 13, 1946, in Map Book A, at page 35. ' COM?TNCING at the most Easterly corner of said `L.S.2395'; Lot 15, an iron bolt stamped thence South 49. 39 -1/2' Nest 100 feet along the South - • east line boundary of said lot to a similar iron ti krx, = .:r bolt; thence North 40' 22' West 100 feet to a similar bolt; thence North 49. 39 -1/2' Past 100 feet to a similar bolt set in the Northwesterly - } line of the said Lot 15; thence South 40' 22' . -A East 100 feet along said Northeasterly line to A k the point of covnencement, containing 0.229 acres, more or less; and WHEREAS, the Lake Valley Fire Protection District did not own said real property and the said Deed was granted to the City by mistake and the true owner of said property is Eagle Thrifty Drugs i !Markets, Inc., a corporation; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED that the Mayor and the City Clerk, be, and they are hereby, authorized to execute a puitclaia Deed whereby the City of South Lake Tahoe will relinquish all of its right, title and interest in and to the above described real property to Eagle Thrifty Drugs & Markets, Inc., a corporation. 1 ._ OR. zf a --I col ce rl --mom- Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 2 1968, by the following vote, Ayes: Councilmen WOODS, AMES and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: councilmen CLARKE #11 SWZA Mayor Pro 'T em Attest: I'r I.Ity Lierx (City Seal) 2 4A I Y -Ac 1. k zf a --I col ce rl --mom- Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 2 1968, by the following vote, Ayes: Councilmen WOODS, AMES and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: councilmen CLARKE #11 SWZA Mayor Pro 'T em Attest: I'r I.Ity Lierx (City Seal) 2 4A I Y -Ac A E.t _ L E F • 0 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 40 A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO VACATE A PORTION OF PRIMROSE ROAD BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, that portion of Primrose Road being an arc shaped portion adjacent to Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, Block 1, Pinewocd Terrace Subdivision., is not required for 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 ORDERED: 1. The City Council intends to abandon Lhe alrove ucscribe -d portion of Prirrose Road, as more particularly shown upon a sap thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk. 2. That a public hearing at which all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation may be heard, shall be held on August 20, 1968, at 8:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California. 3. This Resolution shall be published one time not less than 10 days prior to said hearing and three (3) copies of this Resolution shall be posted conspicuously along that portion of Primrose Road proposed to be abandoned. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 16 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE , WOWS. AMIES , SW ZA and BROW Noes: Councilmen 'done Absent: Councilmen Norge 1 /I Jr mayor Attest: -A 1, y f o L i city or t _ ty Seal) a A i s a 4 !Q, r 7 Y pS, ml i 7 Y pS, ml Tw1r: ti =' , . , h :.. �� ,. -'<. . _ _ ?K� g"m+.. . "�c _ ,. _ ._. .tea- ' i-� ,:�?s� `.::�', �i{Ik -^�rT- :. =�> -, Ya: ",�`` �_a.. • b. Via 6-29-68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -41 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAN EXPRESSING A STATEMENT OF POLICY REGARDING THE CALIFORNIA TA60E REGIONAL PLANNING AGENCY The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe supported the creation of the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency only when it was clear that majority control would be vested in local governmental officials, and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City o: South Lake Iahoe feels stroaaly that this coax unity and its actions since incorporation have been characterized by a concern for the maintenance of Lake Tahoe as one of America's outstanding recreation areas, and WHEREAS, the City has used the democratic process of open planning forum to determine what direction this cowunity should take as stated by its citizens, and - > . WHEREAS, the City as a result of the forma proced•ire, has developed a 5. statement of goals to act as guidelines for the future development of this comnuni ty, and , 'WHEREAS, this Council believes that development and business commmity growth can be accommodated and yet protect the water quality and scenic grandeur of Lake Tahoe, and WHEREAS, the City has led in the adoption of ordinances to effectively control development within the City in the following areas: sign control, tree- cutting controls, architectural review, water quality standards for private bodies of water, and general community cleanup and maintenance, and 4 :'T , 1 WHEREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe has adopted a comprehensive prelw- nary master plan that provides for the maintenance of open beach arras, for the preservation of meadow and scenic areas, and encourages open space development through the use of planned unit concepts and cluster housing, and W%EREAS, the City of South Lake Tahoe requires that land developments and public improve -eat programs within its jurisdiction provide underground utilities, drainage systems that reduce rather than contribute to turbidity, requires minimum cuts and fills and reduced street grades and his never approved a subdivision that was not connected to a sewage treatment facility, and WHEREAS, because of these increased standards, the cost of private and public developments within the City are somewhat bigher is light of the standards, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe instructs its representative to the Tahm Regional Planning Agency to requ- 1 J Y =' ` as a condition of approval of all matters coming before said Regional Agency, the following: i. That all utilities be placed underground. 2. That all projects imrvdiately be sewered by connection to a sewer system which will send effluent out of the Tahoe Basin by 1910. 3 _ 3. That grading plans and tree removal plans be _ submitted with all projects for Agency approval. 4. That shoreline uaprovetrents protect the quality of the waters of Lake Tahoe. 5. That no residential subdivision be approved, f._ when such subdivision subdivides lake shore property which provides for individual piers rather than rnmmirnity cubdivicinn niers_ BE IT STILL FURTHER RESOLVED that if any of the above -named conditions are not present on any matter for which approval is sought before the California Tame Regional Planning Agency, that the representative of the City of South Lake Tahoe be specifically directed to vote for denial. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Counci l of the City of South Lake Tahoe on July 16 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilren CLARKE, HOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN j.= Noes: Councilmen bone Absent: Councilmen Bone All L ATTEST: L_ i� i i most, uster ciei TY SCAL ;�- - T4 C . r •ice r. rf . Mayor t gin.: a 14� -I WHEREAS, the western one-half of the Regan Memorial Beach is under construction and will be available for public use ..... ..... in July, 1968, and said construction having been financed entirely with funds of the City provided by the Motel Tax with the' full concurrence of the Motel Tax Advisory Board, an advisory board to the City of South Lake Tahoe, and WHEREAS the City intends to complete the undeveloped portion of Regan Memorial Beach including a boat launching facility in response to the expressed desires and needs and the requests of the citizens of South Lake Tahoe, and Tjy 7 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAH09 RESOLUTION NO. 19i8 42 A RESOLUTION OF APPLICATION FOR GRA-%'T OF FUNDS FOR a)AT LAUNCHING PORTION OF THOMAS F. REGAIN MEM. BEACH WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe acquired the property known as Thos. F. Regan Memorial u Beach and described generally as follows: Lying between Pasadena and Fresno Streets adjacent 10 and including portions of Lake Tahoe within the corporate limits of the City of mouth Lake Tahoe, being approximately 1800 feet long and 275 feet wade; and WHEREAS said acquisition was made for the purpose of developing a public beach and acquatic park in general conformance with the approved site waster plan and revision thereof; and WHEREAS, the site master plan includes a launching ramp and related boat launching facilities and which facility and location has been incorporated into the Master Plan for Parks and Recreation a d o p t e d for the City of South Lake Tahoe and WHEREAS, the western one-half of the Regan Memorial Beach is under construction and will be available for public use ..... ..... in July, 1968, and said construction having been financed entirely with funds of the City provided by the Motel Tax with the' full concurrence of the Motel Tax Advisory Board, an advisory board to the City of South Lake Tahoe, and WHEREAS the City intends to complete the undeveloped portion of Regan Memorial Beach including a boat launching facility in response to the expressed desires and needs and the requests of the citizens of South Lake Tahoe, and Tjy 7 a � f WHEREAS, the funds required to develop the project are greater than those considered available to the City from local sources in light of present commitments for other needed recreation facilities; and WHEREAS public notice was published as prescribed by the Department of Harbors and Watercraft, State of California, stating the intention of the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe to file an application with the Department requesting a grant of funds to construct a boat launching facility under ter'• Arl Section 83, Chapter 32 Division 1, Harbors and Navigation Code and a public hearing held pursuant thereto on August 1, 1968; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, State of California, hereby sakes applica; %ion to the Department of Harbors and Watercraft, State of California, for a grant of funds in the amount of $1646,605.00 under Section 83, Chapter 3, Division 1, Harbors and Navigation Code to construct the boat launching facility portion of the Thos. F. Regan Memorial Beach project on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 1, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, WOVDS2 AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None e � Mayor Attest: City Lark. y H r i a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 43 A RESOLUTION AMENI ING RESOLUTION 1%5 -12 TO CHANCE PAYDAYS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: That Paragraph 1 of Resolution No. 1965 -12 be amended to read as follows: "I. The salaries of City officers and employees shall be paid regularly on the 20th and 5th of each month. Salaries and wages to be computed on the basis of lst to 15th inclusive and 15th to last day of month, inclusive.' PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 5, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, MOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN !does: Councilmen `one Absent:. Councilmen 'gone na a r e , Mayor ATTEST: i 7 EAL . Wi 1 i ams , i ty erk 5 C Olt — is I a 1 1110 r � F z a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 43 A RESOLUTION AMENI ING RESOLUTION 1%5 -12 TO CHANCE PAYDAYS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: That Paragraph 1 of Resolution No. 1965 -12 be amended to read as follows: "I. The salaries of City officers and employees shall be paid regularly on the 20th and 5th of each month. Salaries and wages to be computed on the basis of lst to 15th inclusive and 15th to last day of month, inclusive.' PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 5, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, MOODS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN !does: Councilmen `one Absent:. Councilmen 'gone na a r e , Mayor ATTEST: i 7 EAL . Wi 1 i ams , i ty erk 5 C Olt — is I a 1 1110 f 7W t is - -..... Rev. 8 -6 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 44 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING RATES FOR AMBULANCE SERVICES BE IT kESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: Pursuant to Section 4 -8(c) of the City Code and after notice duly published . and mailed as required by law, the following rate schedules are hereby established for ambulance services within the City: base Rate: Response to call -- S32.50 Mileage irate: Each mile or fraction thereof -- $1.00 Time Rate: Waiting time or standby time at request of person hiring awv� atn,c, J04 "M %1j +47ut PCI +uV , Yt ally PUN L 1LYU Uwrvu -- MU.00. Special Charges. Cases requiring special handling (such as placing restraints on a patient ) or cases where special services are requested by patient or authorized person, a charge commensurate with cost of furnishing such special service may be made. Oxygen snail not exceed $7.00 per use, per patient. Fescue operations shall be charged at the rate of $10.00 per man -hour worked, tine to commence after the first hour of operations and to be in addition to the regular ambulance . fee. and special handling charge,. Additional Patients: For each additional patient, the base kate and the Mileage Rate shall ti ty per cent (�O%) of the charges for the first patient. If unusual circumstances warrant, patients may be charged at a lower than posted rate. Special charges to be rade as required. Night Calls: For calls between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. of the following morning, an additional charge of S5.O0. Total Charge: The total charge shall be the sum of the appropriate base Rate. plus the Al eage kate, plus waiting or standby time. plus any special charges which apply. All rates are to be computed from the time the ambulance arrives for hire until the &*uiance is discharged b the _ ged y patient or other authorized person. Rate Posting: A schedule of rates shall be posted in each ambulance. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 6, 196,8, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen Clarke, moods, Souza, and brown does : None Abstain: Counci Imam Awes � Absent : None r ATT� 1 ; Mayor ! jotyl Y. Williams, City cleric L— CI Sur I k e s CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 7300.7.12 MEB :eab RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 45 6- 9 -68 R 7- -68 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR STREET ABANDONxENTS L BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, from time that the City Council i; cerning city streets or WHEREAS, there has information provided to donments; and to time property owners have requested astitute abandonment proceedings con - portions thereof; and been a wide disparity in the amount of the Council by applicants for subh aban- "w, such abandonments are usually for the benefit of the applicant; and WHEREAS, it is the intent of the Council, by this Resolution, to establish procedures for the application for and processing of road abandonment proceedings; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. All applications for street abandonments shall be filed with the City Engineer upon a form designated by him. 2. Applications shall contain or shall be accompanied by, the following information: (a) The name, post office address and telephone number of the applicant. (b) The name, post office address and telephone number of the person to be contacted in connection with the application (if different from the applicant) . (c) The Assessor's Parcel Number, as shown on the last available equalized Assessment Roll of the County of El Dorado of property owned by applicant in the vicinity of the proposed aban- donment. (d) The names and post office addressed of all property owners other than applicant owning property abutting upon the portion of the street proposed to be abandoned, together with the Assessment Parcel Dumber of such property, all as revealed by the last available equalized Assessment Roll of the County of E1 Dorado. 1 K �^n O+ (t.. co s M ------- --- (e) A description, by metes and bounds, prepared by a licensed surveyor or registered civil engineer, of the portion of the City Street desired to be abandoned. (f) A map of plat showing the portion of the City Street to be abandoned drawn to a scale of not less than I inch to 40 feet. (g) A title report prepared by a licensed title company with offices in the City of South Lake Tahoe showing the owner- ship of the portion of the street proposed to be abandoned. 3. Upon receipt of an application accompanied by the re- quired information, the City Engineer shall advise the following city departments thereof: (a) The rlanning Department. n r= Fir e L-M- p -a r tTftea t . (c) The Police Department. (d) The Department of Public Works. (e) The City Attorney. 4. Within 5 days after receipt of an application the City S Engineer shall transmit the application and all accompanying papers to the City Clerk, who shall place the application upon the agenda for the next Consent meeting of the Council to be held more than 5 days thereafter. 5. At the meeting of the Council, the various departments shall present written reports as follows: (a) The Department of Public works shall report on whether the proposed abandonment will have any adverse effect lot R7 upon maintenance of remaining streets, upon pending or proposed public works projects, or upon traffic flows. (b) The Planning Department shall report on whether _M' M the proposed abandonment will have any adverse effect upon this long range street pattern for the City. (c) The Fire Department shall report on whether the proposed abandonment will have any adverse effect upon the ability of the Department to respond to emergency calls in the area of the proposed abandonment. (d) The Police Department shall report on whether the proposed abandonment will have any adverse effect upon its ability to respond to emergency calls in the area of the proposed abandonment or upon its ability W control traffic in the area of the proposed abandonment. 2 J0— .. ..,o..,. .. ..,.. — . W.. r1 r ti G cv+ a EW • W The City Engineer shall report on whether the proposed abandonment will be likely to create any drainage problems. E KI 6. Aster considering the reports of the various depart - ments and any other information it may dean appropriate, the Council shall determine whether or not it intends to abandon the street or portion thereof. If it determines that it does intend to so abandon, the Council shall adopt a resolution declaring its intention to do so, referring to the street or part thereof by its lawful or official name or the name by which it is commonly known and referring to a map or plan on file in the office of the City Clerk for particulars as to the proposed vacation. The resolution of intention shall fix a time and place for hearing all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation, which time shall be not less than 15 days from the date of the passage of the resolution, and shall be published or posted in the manner prescribed by law for the publishinq or posting of .......... ordinances of the City. notices of street vacation shall be posted conspicuously along the line of the street or part thereof proposed to be vacated at least 10 days before the date set for hearing. Such notices shall be posted not more than 300 feet apart, but at least three shall be posted. Such notices shall state the passage of the resolution of intention and the time and place of the hearing. One or more streets, or parts thereof, whether contiguous or not may be included and vacated under the same resolution of in- tention. The Resolution shall be substantially in the following form: "A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO VACATE (RAKE OF STREET], RESERVING EASEtUMM ACROSS A PORTION OF THS STREET TO BE VACATED 'BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: `WHEREAS, that portion of (Name of Street and general des- cription of portion to be abandoned) is not required for 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 ORDF -2M: '1. The City Council intends to abandon the above described portion of [Nam of Streets, as more particularly shown upon a map thereof oa file in the office of the City Clezk. K <_ i "2. That there shall be reserved and excepted from said vacation the permanent easement and right at any time, or from • time to tine, to construct, maintain, operate, replace, remove, and renew sanitary sewers and storm drains and appurtenant structures in, upon, over and across the portion being vacated and pursuant to any existing franchises or renewals thereof, or otherwise, to construct, maintain, operate, replace, remove, renew, and enlarge lines of pipe, conduits, cables, wires, poles, and other convenient structures, equiament and fixtures for the opera- tion of gas pipe lines, telegraphic and telephone lines, and for the transportation or distribution of electric energy, petroleum and its products, water and incidental purposes, including access and the right to keep the property free fres inflammable materials, and wood growth, and otherwise protect the same from all hazards in, upon and over said property. 03. That a public hearing at which all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation shall be held on (date) ai 's:ud r.rr., or as soon thereafter as the business oz the Council will permit, in the Council Chambers, City Ball, 1044 Fremont Street, Sot:th Lake Tahoe, California. K 1 ... • jet i- .F woo "4. Not less than 10 days prior to said hearing, this Re- solution shall be published 1 time in the official City Newspaper and copies of this Resolution shall be posted conspicuously along that portion of [Name of Street) proposed to be abandoned not more than 300 feet apart but at least three shall be posted.' 7. The City Council shall, on the day fixed for the hearing, or on the day to which the hearing is postponed or continued, hear the evidence offered by any person interested. If the City Council finds, from all the evidence submitted, that any street or part thereof, described in the resolution of intention, is unnecessary for present or prospective public street purposes, the City Council may wake its order vacating such street or part thereof. Such order shall be by resolution which shall be in substantially the following form: "A RESOLUTION ORDEF:IG THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF JSTBEET SAME), RESERVING EASEMMS ACROSS iA PORTION OF THE STREET TO BE VACATED "BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council Of the City of South Lake Uhoe , as follows: "WHEREAS, that portion of IName of Street and legal descrip- tion of portion to be abandoned] 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: 4 4 O! .y, d t74: e. "1. The above described portion of (street Name), as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of All "2. There is reserved and excepted from said vacation the permanent easement and right at any time, or from time to time, to construct, maintain, operate, replace, remove, and renew sanitary sewers and storm drains and appurtenant structures in, upon, over I and across the portion being vacated and pursuant to any existing franchises or renewals thereof, or otherwise, tc construct, main- e. 10. If the Council shall find that the reservation of easements for public utilities is not required as to a particular proposed abandonment, the provisions relating thereto may be deleted from the resolutions required by Paragraphs 6 and 7 hereof. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on August 6 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: councilmen CLAW, WOODS. MES , SWZA and BROa Absent: Counc i lxwu %one Cauacilmen None A �. L' Mayor` A es t s C' y tcity *ealj 5 "1. The above described portion of (street Name), as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk, is hereby vacated and abandoned. "2. There is reserved and excepted from said vacation the permanent easement and right at any time, or from time to time, to construct, maintain, operate, replace, remove, and renew sanitary sewers and storm drains and appurtenant structures in, upon, over and across the portion being vacated and pursuant to any existing franchises or renewals thereof, or otherwise, tc construct, main- tain, operate, replace, remove, renew and enlarge lines of pipe, conduits, cables, wires, poles, and other convenient structures, equipment and fixtures for the operation of gas pipe lines, tele- graphic and telephone lines, and for the transportation or dis- tribution of electric energy, petroleum or its products, water, and incidental purposes, including access and the right to keep the property free fram inflammable materials, and wood growth, and otherwise protect the same from all hazards in, uron and over said property." 8. The Clerk shall cause a certified copy of such Resolution attested by the Clerk under the seal of the City to be recorded in the office of the County Recorder of the County of E1 Dorado. 9. The Council may institute abandonment proceedings upon its own nation. As to such proceedings, the Clerk shall advise the City Departments named in Paragraph 3 hereof and the pro- visions of Paragraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 hereof shall be followed: 10. If the Council shall find that the reservation of easements for public utilities is not required as to a particular proposed abandonment, the provisions relating thereto may be deleted from the resolutions required by Paragraphs 6 and 7 hereof. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on August 6 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: councilmen CLAW, WOODS. MES , SWZA and BROa Absent: Counc i lxwu %one Cauacilmen None A �. L' Mayor` A es t s C' y tcity *ealj 5 r A rr �Y #7300.3-11(r) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE KU: emb 7-19-68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 46 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISH114G POLICY REGARDING STREET ENCROACHMENTS UPON PRIVATE PROPERTY BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, many streets within the City encroach upon private property; and WHEREAS, said encroachments were made prior to the formation f the City of South Lake Tahoe by the County of El Dorado; and 0 -y WHEREAS, most of said encroachments have existed for uninter- rupted periods of time in excess of 5 years; and WHEREAS, said encroacturtents have been perfected as a public right by prescription; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. That the Council will enforce those public rights existing by reason of prescriptive use. 2. That applications for relief by any property owner where prescriptive rights have been perfected will be received, processed and heard as a road abandonment application. Owl 3. That in cases of doubt as to whether prescriptive rights have been perfected, it will be presumed teat such rights have been perfected. 4. That where prescriptive rights clearly have not been I —Not perfected, the City Staff shall work diligently to remove the en croachment from private property. T". -A. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 6 , 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: councilmen CLARKE, WM, VIES, SOUZA and BRM woes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None 1G. mayor tes C ty (City Seal) & " - - 0- - - - --- -- '' , --- - K, in CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 140. 1968 - 47 A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF STATE HIGHWAY 50 BEING DESIGNATED AS PART OF THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY SYSTEX IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that it hereby expresses its strong Support of State Highway 50 be ing desig- nated as part of the Federal highway System from Sacramento, the Nevada State Line. California, to IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chairman is hereby directed and autoorized to send copies of this Resolution to all appropriate State and Federal legislators. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 20, 1968, by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen CLARKE, WS, SMZA and BROWN NOES: Councilmen None ABSENT: Councilmen WOODS J mayor ATTEST: �ev rt I --1 i� ENORMOUS A CIIY OF SOUTH LAKE TAKE RESOLUTION NO. 1%8-48 A RESOLUTION RESPECTING PROPOSED NARROW GAUGE RECREATIONAL RAILWAY The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby resolve as follows: AEREAS, this coA,unity has just concluded a series of public forums to ascertain the citizen attitude toward master planning for parks and recreation. and WHEREAS, the City has recently been approached by the owner and developer of a narrow cause railway, and WHEREAS, Lnere is the very real possibility that a narrow gauge railway rnuld ti an intar.ral nart of rho narks am rarroytiews Aoualnnraant nrnnr>, of this_ comuni ty, and AiEREAS, the City Council is most concerned regarding esthetics and right of way locations for such a project, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe that the following shall be the statement of public policy regarding the establisiesent of a narrow gauge recreational railway: 1) The administrative staff of the City of South Lake Tahoe is directed to work with the developer to insure that preliminary planning for the recreational railway will be compatible with the goals, policies and recreational plan of the City of South Lake Tahoe. 2) That the City as a basic philosophy encourages private enterprise to play a leadership role in providing recreational developments in this comwunity. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe an August 20 . 1968. by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AKES. SOUZA and BROWN Noes: CounciImn None Absent: Councilmen MODS 4 ' ''�" > F: * • >,, }pit. i f t. K MI a h; 6 ATTEST: � .. 301a am, ty £ ert , - r f, of K MI a h; 6 300.3.7(£) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE ., MEB : emb 8 -6 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -49 A RESOLUTION DECLARING A PUBLIC NUISANCE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: 1. A nuisance exists upon that certain real property situate in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of El Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assess - went roll of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as Parcel No. 23- 211 -40, being the North half of Lot 18, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivision, said nuisance being the maintenance of a building damaged by fire so as to be structurally unsafe, using temporary wiring in violation of the Uniform Electrical Code, and staintaininq sleeping quarters in a Group E Occupancy without the required separation. 2. The name and address of the owner of said premises as revealed by the last available assessment roll of the County of El Dorado is: xs. v .t NORMA HUDSON THAYER. P. 0. Box 7724 South Lake Tahoe, California The names and addresses of other persons having an in- terest in said property are: W. R. SAUNDERS 2614 Eye Street Sacramento 16, California KENNETH 0. DIEHL, DOROTHY M. DIEHL, JAMES J. L4KML and NANCY LOKMEL P. O. Box 592 Modesto, California 3. The Director of Public Works is hereby directed to give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the form prescribed by 5 17 -8 of the City Code by (1) mailing a copy certified mail, postage prepaid, to the owners, and to the other persons interested in said property, at the address herein - above set forth and (2) posting a copy of this Resolution upon the property herein described. 4. September 17, 1968, at the Council Chambers, City Hall, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 8:05 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, is hereby set as the time and place for hearing any tions to the proposed abatement of said nuisance. 1 I lei... T. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on August 20, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen fione Absent: Councilmen WOODS Attest: iA)� 4" x w i /{LILy beat , P. s Nib t 2 7 Y I -1 .: �Fha. � , .*. -,•_ .,+K --:. .. , +sis' Fa.•£i' s.. _, h.. .. ..C, ,+' ,3i, 3� "ice .;2� -�� .. 4y MU. emb CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 8 -20 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- so A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY COMMISSION TO REOPEN HEARINGS ON THE ADOPTED ROUTE Or STATE HIGHWAY 89 AND TO ADOPT A DIFFERENT ROUTE AVOIDING OPEN !tEADOM LANDS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the Highway Comission of the State of California has, prior to the formation of this City, adopted a route for the relocation of State Route 89 through portions of this City; and WHEREAS, said route is located across undeveloped, open meadow areas; and WHEREAS, since its formation the City has duly adopted a preliminary general plan calling for the protection of open views and meadows and for an alternate location of State Highway 89 west of its present proposed alignment and oriented to a scenic highway; and WHEREAS, the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency's Regional Interim Plan Provides that 'Highways ... should be located and designed so as not to destroy the enviromental quality of meadows .... "; and WHEREAS, this City has taken a strong stand in support of the aims, goals and policies of the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the Highwav Comission of the State of ' California be, and it is hereby requested to reopen hearings on the route of State Highway 89 and to adopt a new route West of the present adopted alignment and oriented to a scenic highway. PLY �. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 20 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKS, AMES, SOUZA and BROWN Noes: Councilmen NDne Absent: Councilmen WOOM 1; /r • - / A47 1 / + Mayor Attest: y City e Zo'(City Seal) _ L N?; Q. I 4 +> t 7 1 t ii f F Y . t f ►..i.L �i �I '7!511 tC'�- i5-F c ::..� A .! _.. :ii °��: .� ��5il �td � ._ y Y . j. �{'� � � ' ._ s, .. _ -n:: - >j 1 � � f/ � k Y v� 4 r '�S.? is 4 �� 7 �' }. 7 1 � s �4 wS } { .. •'. , , �. ,r:J 5 a .7" � . , t a ..r ,., 4 �, -..-�� " i :. �, d. ,. � �i,. { 1 N . , ., �'. d .� :. , i . �. r. -.�fi" . ���1 5� � �`�, � ►..i.L �i �I '7!511 tC'�- i5-F c ::..� A .! _.. :ii °��: .� ��5il �td � ._ f I All that portion of the right -of -way bounded by a line., parallel to the Easterly right -of -way line of Lakeshore Boulevard and located a distance of sixty -five (65) feet therefrom; the westerly right -of -way line of said Lake- shore Boulevard; said right -of -way line beinq located parallel to and one hundred (100.00) feet from the said Easterly right. -of -way line of said Lakeshore Boulevard; the Southerly right -of -way line of Park Avenue as de- lineated on said recorded mao of Katherine Smith Hill Resubdivision; the Northerly right -of -way line of State Line Avenue as delineated on the First Subdivision of Lakeside Park recorded in the official records of the County Recorder's Office, County of E1 Dorado, State of California, in Map Book A, page 1 on May 7, 1912. MM THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED: 1. The City Council intends to abandon the above described portion of Lakeshore Boulevard as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk. 2. That a public hearing at wbich all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation shall be held on September 17, 1968, at 8:08 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, is the Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, Calif. 3. This Resolution shall be published one (1) time not less than 15 clays prior to said hearing and three (3) copies of 1 Resolution shall be posted conspicuously alona that portion of Lakeshore Boulevard proposed to be abandoned. 2 t it I i d F �Y �r #7300.3.6(F) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE MEB : e2ab 6 -20 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 51 A RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO VACATE. A PORTION OF LAKESHORE BOULEVARD BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the following described portion of Lakeshore Boule- vard is not required for City Street purposes and can be abandoned without adverse effect to the long range street pattern for the City of South Lake Tahoe, to wit: All that portion of the existing right -of -way of Lakeshore Boulevard, said right -of -way as delineated on the Katherine Smith Hill Resubdivisiea recorded in the Official Records of the County Recorder's Office, County of El Dorado, State of California, in Book A, Page 24, on April 10, 1937; said portion of said right - of -way is more particularly described as follows: All that portion of the right -of -way bounded by a line., parallel to the Easterly right -of -way line of Lakeshore Boulevard and located a distance of sixty -five (65) feet therefrom; the westerly right -of -way line of said Lake- shore Boulevard; said right -of -way line beinq located parallel to and one hundred (100.00) feet from the said Easterly right. -of -way line of said Lakeshore Boulevard; the Southerly right -of -way line of Park Avenue as de- lineated on said recorded mao of Katherine Smith Hill Resubdivision; the Northerly right -of -way line of State Line Avenue as delineated on the First Subdivision of Lakeside Park recorded in the official records of the County Recorder's Office, County of E1 Dorado, State of California, in Map Book A, page 1 on May 7, 1912. MM THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED: 1. The City Council intends to abandon the above described portion of Lakeshore Boulevard as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk. 2. That a public hearing at wbich all persons interested in or objecting to the proposed vacation shall be held on September 17, 1968, at 8:08 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, is the Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, Calif. 3. This Resolution shall be published one (1) time not less than 15 clays prior to said hearing and three (3) copies of 1 Resolution shall be posted conspicuously alona that portion of Lakeshore Boulevard proposed to be abandoned. 2 t it I 01 r Zw ..Yk� ..�cx e_.:: r. ,?_..me•q ;rte a` "mot \V, Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on August 20 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen CLARKE , AMES , SOUZA and BROWN Does: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen DODOS / i 4 i --,,,Mayor - - s' Attest: v�M (qty Seal) 8 L fA v�M L fA gyp. o� CO W MIA— #7300.5.4 (0) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE KEB:emb 8 -17 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 52 A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF PRIMROSE ROAD BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, that portion of Primrose Road being an arc shaped portion adjacent to Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, Block 1, Pinewood Terrace Subdivision, is not required for 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 ORDERED that the above described portion of Primrose Road, as more particularly shown upon a map thereof on file in the office of tae City Cleric, is hereby vacated and abandoned. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 3, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen AMES, CLARKE. SOUZA and SODS Noes: Councilmen None :x Absent: Councilmen BROWN Ale Mayor f. ' -< Attest: ' ra"4 4 e _ r City Seal) �f F i L gyp. o� CO 1 F a M� O. R11 7300.3.13° p) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 14EB:emb 8 -19 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 53 A RESOLUTION DECLARING A PUBLIC NUISANCE HE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: ." 1. A nuisance exists upon that certain real property situate in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of El Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assess- ment roll of the County of El Dorado, State of California, as Assessors Parcel Nos. 26- 113 -06 and 26- 113 -07, and as Lots 5 and 6, Block 59, Amended Map of Al Tahoe, said nuisance being the maintenance of abandoned signs. 2. The name and address of the owner of said premises as revealed by the last available assessment roil of the County of El Dorado is: ARAM HAROOTUNIAN and STELLA HAROOTUNIAN 1372 Holmby Avenue Los Angeles, California 3. The Director of Public Works is hereby directed to .. give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the form prescribed by S 17 -8 of the City Code by (1) mailing a copy certified mail, postage prepaid, to he owners, at the 4 address hereinabove set forth and (2) posting a copy of this F -: Resolution upon the property herein described. 4. October 1, 1968, at the Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 8:05 p.m., or F as soon hereafter as the business of the Council will perslit, ''. is hereby set as the time and place for gearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on September 3, 1968 by the following vote: Ayes: Councilnen AMES, CLARKE, SOL'U and iWQS Noes: Conan i l.men None Absent: Councilmen BROWN Mayor At tr W r a [ ty Seal,, , f, M� O. R11 s : JTW:er r'. 8 -27 -68 3r CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE r RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 54 A RESCLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOU4. LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING DOUGLAS M. BAKLAY FOR HIS PERSOML ACTIONS IN . SAVING THE LIVES OF CERTAIN AIRPLANE CRASH VICTIMS Ttw City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEP£AS, during this age it is rare to publicly hear of the positive deeds of young people, and WHEREAS, on Sunday, August 11, 1968, a tragedy did occur in this coommity w+c+c ou r.++M+a.+c w.61 . vu+ Paaac++cW wva wwcv:+. arrt: W£P.EAS, a young citizen of this community, seventeen year old Douglas M. Barclay, did observe the crash and responded heroically without coosideration for his own welfare in removing the occupants of the crashed airplane from the flaLing wreckage, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this Resolution be spread upon the t,inut.es of this meting as a perim. rent public record and tribute to 10.r. Douglas M. Barclay for his heroic efforts in the above mentioned instance. BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED that the City Manaqer be instructed to subisi t the name of Douglas M. Barclay to the Carnegie hero Fund Commission and such other foundations as may exist to secure appropriate recognition of this young person's dedication and concern in saving the lives of four other people. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular meeting thereof held on the 17th day of SeVtsNbtr, 1966. by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen AMES, BROWN, CLARrE, SOUZA and WOODS NOES: Counci Imen fume ASSEJ(T: Councilmen None ATTEST: t T. �Y has. � city jc*' CITY SEXY i 1 ,ell Donald L. Tai-FU, Mayor 11 , ,w:ar ., 9 -17 -68 F 7 CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION No. 1968- 55 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOiiTH LAKE TAltOE COlff NO I N6 JIM NE I LSE N FOR HIS PERSONAL ACTIONS IN SAYING THE LIVES OF CERTAIN AI RPLAME CPJi1Si! VICTIMS The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, during this age it is rare to publicly hear of the positive deeds of young people, and WHEREAS, on Sunday, August 11, 1966, a tragedy did occur in this community 1wtCtY iii QIi al I�Tt! gllwi I~ yaSSeni�cn CFiiiwv umn 'cakeoi f , and WHEREAS, a young citizen of this covmunity, Jim Neilsen, did observe the crash and responded heroically without consideration for his awn welfare in removing the occupants of the crashed airplane from the flaking wreckage, now therefore BE IT PESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting as a permanent public reccrd and tribute to ?or. Jim Neilsen for his heroic efforts in the above Rentioned instance. BE IT FURTHER. RESOLVED that tree City 10anager be instructed to submit the name of Jit. Neilsen to the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission and such other foundations as may exist to secure appropriate recognition of this young person's dedication and concern in saving the lives of four otter people. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a recular meeting thereof told on the 17th day of September 1 968, by the follow ng vote. AYES: Councilmen AMtES, BROA, CLAP,KE, SOUZA and WOODS NOES: Councilmen None ABSENT: Councilmen bone ATTEST: _ 1A o 1 aaec, C11 if t � os I �^ J § t 11 , ,w:ar ., 9 -17 -68 F 7 CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION No. 1968- 55 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOiiTH LAKE TAltOE COlff NO I N6 JIM NE I LSE N FOR HIS PERSONAL ACTIONS IN SAYING THE LIVES OF CERTAIN AI RPLAME CPJi1Si! VICTIMS The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, during this age it is rare to publicly hear of the positive deeds of young people, and WHEREAS, on Sunday, August 11, 1966, a tragedy did occur in this community 1wtCtY iii QIi al I�Tt! gllwi I~ yaSSeni�cn CFiiiwv umn 'cakeoi f , and WHEREAS, a young citizen of this covmunity, Jim Neilsen, did observe the crash and responded heroically without consideration for his awn welfare in removing the occupants of the crashed airplane from the flaking wreckage, now therefore BE IT PESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting as a permanent public reccrd and tribute to ?or. Jim Neilsen for his heroic efforts in the above Rentioned instance. BE IT FURTHER. RESOLVED that tree City 10anager be instructed to submit the name of Jit. Neilsen to the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission and such other foundations as may exist to secure appropriate recognition of this young person's dedication and concern in saving the lives of four otter people. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a recular meeting thereof told on the 17th day of September 1 968, by the follow ng vote. AYES: Councilmen AMtES, BROA, CLAP,KE, SOUZA and WOODS NOES: Councilmen None ABSENT: Councilmen bone ATTEST: _ 1A o 1 aaec, C11 if t � os I �^ J 7 tAN 1 a VIA 7300.3.7(E) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE MEB:emb A 8 -21 -68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 56 a _ A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, on August 20, 1968, the City Council adopted Re- solution No. 1968 -49 entitled "A Resolution Declaring a Public Nuisance "; and WHEREAS, said resolution set September 17, 1968, at 8 :05 p.m., ^' or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would permit, in the City Council Chambers, as the time and glace for hearing objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of hearing was posted and mailed as required by said resolution; and WHEREAS, a public hearing to hear objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance has been held; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. All objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance are overruled. 2. The Director of Public Works and the City Attorney a are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and conditions constituting a nuisance hereinafter described upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City Personnel $' or licensed contractors as in the 3 u eat of the Director of Public Works and City Attorney are necessary to abate the nuisance. L 3. The Director of Public storks shall keep an accurate record of the cost of abating the nuisance and shall include therein an overhead cost figure of 101 of the total cast. As soon as the abatement is caapleted the Director of Public Works shall prepare and submit to the Council a report describing the work per- formed, listing each parcel of property affected thereby and list- ing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost, in- cluding overhead, to be assessed against said parcel. 4. The property upon which the nuisance exists is that certain real property situated in the City of Swath Lake Tahoe, County of El Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assessment roil of the County of E1 Dorado as Parcel No. 23- 211 -40, being a portion of Lot 18, Block 1, Tamarack Subdivision. 1 I 5. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are as follows: The maintenance of a building damaged by fire so as to be structurally unsafe, using temporary wiring in violation of Uniform Electrical Code; maintaining sleeping quarters in a Group E Occupancy without required separation. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on September 17 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen WS, 6ROWN, CLARKE, SQUZA and WM Noes: Councilmen Norve Absent: Councilmen None "A Mayor —7 A A-1 C .1 'Clerk' Z4Ci ty Seal) t Kti J1 2 l F- , LJ 4 a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 57t A RESOLUTION PROVIDING A SALARY SCHEDULE AND RATES OF SALARY FOR FISCAL YEAR 1968 -69 AND AUTHORIZING THE ALLOCATION OF CERTAIN POSITIONS i i a 0 The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby resolve as follows: Section 1: The City Manager shall have the power to fill any and all position'�e tre nh referred to. Section 2: The salary ranges, steps and number of positions hereinafter referred to snail remain in effect until amended by resolution adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe. Section 3: Steps Range Position Title Number A' B C D E 29 Executive Secretary 1 470 490 512 537 562 24 Clerk - Typist 112 420 440 460 480 500 55 Director of Finance 1 640 880 920 960 1002 22 Cashier /Receptionist 1 400 420 440 460 480 48 Chief License Inspector 1 720 750 785 820 660 34 Bookkeeper 1 525 550 575 600 630 -- Treasurer 1 ISO City Clerk 1 Combined with City Manager 51 Purchasing Agent 1 767 802 840 880 920 26 Steno- Secretary .x° ._ 112 440 460 480 500 525 CIVIL DEFENSE:., ;.;.: ::. 24 Clerk - Typist 112 420 440 460 480 500 -- Coordinator Civil Defense 6 Disaster 1 300 PLANS & PERMITS: 66 Deputy City manager Plans & Permits 1 1075 1125 1175 1225 1285 50 Assistant Planner 1 750 785 820 860 900 54 Director Plans & Permits 1 820 860 900 940 980 45 Zoning Administrator 1 675 705 735 767 802 45 Plans & Permits Inspector 4 675 705 735 767 802 26 Steno- Secretary 1 440 460 480 500 525 24 Clerk - Typist 1 420 440 460 480 500 ENGINEERING & PUBLIC WORKS: Deputy City Manager-Public Service, 75; s Safety & Maintenance 1 1075 1125 1175 1225 1285 -- City Engineer -- Combined wia Position Above -- Director of Public Works -- Combined with Position Above 59 Assistant Civil Engineer 1 920 960 1002 1050 1100 37 Engineer Aide 1 562 587 615 645 675 45 Senior Engineer Aide 1 675 705 735 767 802 34 Draftsman i 525 550 575 600 630 45 Public Works Inspector 1 675 705 735 767 SW 50 Superintendent of Public Worts 1 756 785 820 866 9Ofi i i a 0 a I S Ceps Range Position Title Number A B C 0 E Engineering & Public Works contd) z x 47 Foreman 1 705 735 767 802 840 44 Assistant Foreman 1 660 690 720 750 785 37 Sechanic 2 562 587 R. 645 675 40 Leadman 2 600 630 660 690 720 36 heavy Equipment Maintenance Man 4 550 • t 630 660 -f 1 f 2 525 550 575 r 630 36 Maintenance Carpenter 2 a I Section 4: This Resolution shall become effective as of July 1, 1968. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe Tahoe, California, this 17th day of September, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen: AMES, BROWN, CLARKE. SOUZA and WOODS Noes: CcuWi tfeft:_ hme Absent: fooxrcilalR: t' 4am NO- ATTEST: a, yor John Wi haws, CT4 S ' 2 IF '0 a J S Ceps Range Position Title Number A B C 0 E Engineering & Public Works contd) 47 Foreman 1 705 735 767 802 840 44 Assistant Foreman 1 660 690 720 750 785 37 Sechanic 2 562 587 615 645 675 40 Leadman 2 600 630 660 690 720 36 heavy Equipment Maintenance Man 4 550 575 600 630 660 34 Light Equipment Maintenance Man 2 525 550 575 600 630 36 Maintenance Carpenter 2 550 575 600 630 660 32 Maintenance Man 4 500 525 550 575 600 26 Steno - Secretary 1 440 460 480 500 525 26 Clerk - Dispatcher - Public Works 1 440 460 4.90 500 525 POLICE DEPARTMENT: Chief 1 1075 1125 1175 1225 1285 53 Lieutenant 4 802 840 880 920 960 48 Sergeant 5 720 750 785 820 860 48 Investigator 3 720 750 785 820 860 42 Patrolman 19 630 660 690 720 750 32 Dispatcher 2 500 525 550 575 6W 26 Policewoman I 3 44D 460 480 500 525 24 Clerk - Typist 2 420 440 460 480 500 FIRE DEPARTMENT: 66 Chief 1 1075 1125 1175 1225 1285 54 Assistant Chief 1 820 850 900 940 980 49 Fire Marshal 1 735 767 802 84D 880 47 Captain 6 705 735 767 SD2 840 43 Engineers 6 645 675 705 735 767 41 Fireman 12 615 645 675 705 735 47 Engineering 'Mechanic 1 705 735 767 802 840 26 Steno- Secretary 112 440 460 480 500 325 RECREATION DEPARTMENT: 52 Director of Recreation 1 785 820 860 900 940 26 Steno - Secretary 1 440 460 430 500 525< 32 Recreation Maintenance Man 1 500 525 550 575 600 NEWS BUREAU: 51 Director 1 860 920 960 1002 1054 26 Steno- Secretary 1 440 460 480 SW 525 40 Press Photographer 1 600 630 660 690 728 Section 4: This Resolution shall become effective as of July 1, 1968. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe Tahoe, California, this 17th day of September, 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen: AMES, BROWN, CLARKE. SOUZA and WOODS Noes: CcuWi tfeft:_ hme Absent: fooxrcilalR: t' 4am NO- ATTEST: a, yor John Wi haws, CT4 S ' 2 IF '0 a J 7"77 r CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION 140. 1968- 58 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE DECLARING OCTOBER 6-13, 1968 AS SOROPTIMIST WEEK The City Council of Oe City of South Lake Tahoe does resolve as follows: WHEREAS, the Soroptimist Club of South Lake Tahoe is celebrating its tenth year of service, and WHEREAS, special ceremonies conx-mrating this milestone are to be held on October 9, 1968, and WHEREAS, the Scroptimist- Club is a leader of women's organizations in this community, and WHEREAS, it is the desire of this City Council to call special attention to the achievements of this worthwhile organization, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the week of October 6-13, 1968 shall be known as Soroptimist Week and BE IT STILL FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor of the City of South Lake Tahoe is requested to attend special ceremonies on October 9 to present this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on September 17, 1968. by the following vote: AYES: Councilmen AMES, BROWN, CLARK, SOUZA and WOODS NOES: Counci ]men None ABSENT: Councilmen None A 44 '. C. &ii►ald L. Clarke, Mayor ATTEST: lop T -FT- CITY SEAL OF #7300.12.1(A) CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE MEB:emb 9-30-68 RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 59 A RESOLUTION RENAMING A CERTAIN STREET IN THE TAHOE MS AREA OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE BS IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, the City Council has adopted preliminary general plans which no longer include the extension of Sierra Boulevard from U. S. Highway 50 into the Tahoe Keys Area as contemplated at the time Resolution No. 1966-37 was adopted; aDd WHEREAS, the street formerly known as Venice Boulevard was renamed as Sierra Boulevard by Resolution No. 1966-37i and WHEREAS, it now appears that there will be no connection be- tween the Sierra Boulevard as it now exists in the Tahoe Sierra. area of the City and the former Venice Boulevard; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED that that portion of Sierra Boulevard now located in the Tahoe Keys area and formerly known as Venice Boulevard shall be renamed "Venice Boulevard'. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen AMES, BROWN, CLARKS and WOODS moos: Counc i lmen Nor* Absent: Counc i I men SOU A 6(z /60 Mayor,/ Attest: C 1 I it _t, a ty seqtl), 4 • sL x dR a a 7300.2.6 NEB:emb 7 -13 -68 c �i T� ctia'1`14.a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 60 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A MASTER PLAN FOR PARKS AND RECREATION AS A PORTION OF THE PRELI*IINARY GENERAL PLAIT FOR THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe as follows: WHEREAS, the Joint City - School Recreation Commission hasm. undertaken a program for the development of a !taster Recreation Plan for the City of South Lake Tahoe as a cao nity guide for recreation facilities; and WHEREAS, this luster Plan for Park and Recreation has been reviewed by the Joint City- School Recreation Commission in Study ce.e,.,. �e well ae at twn rnrmunity Fnrumt held on Nov 23 and May 27, 1968 and a field trip on May 25, 1968; and WHEREAS, the Joint City - School Recreation Commission also held a legally published public hearing on June 20, 1968; and WHEREAS, the elements of the Master Plan for Parks and Re- creation were developed from the Community Forums held on City's Preliminary General Plan as well as the Community Forums for recreation; and WHEREAS, this Master Plan for Parks and Recreation is a fur- ther clarification of and is in conformance with the City's Goals and Policies and Preliminary General Plan as adopted by the Planning Commission and the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe; and WHEREAS, this Master Plan for Parks and Recreation has been presented at a public hearing before the Planning Coamiss ion as required by Section 65351 of the Government Code; and WHEREAS, this Master Plan for Parks and Recreation has been presented at a public hearing before the City Council as required by Section 65355 of the Government Code; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council does hereby adopt this Master Plan for Parks and Recreation as a portion of the City's Preliminary General Plan. NOM, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this faster Plan for Parks and Recreation be transmitted to the E1 Dorado County Recreation Commission, El Dorado County Board of Supervisors and the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency for their action. 1 a W 'Ar T:4 �„ Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on October 1 1468, by the following vote: f Ayes : CouncilsRen AMES, BROWN, CLARKE and WOODS Noes: Councilmen None _ ... Absent: Councilmen SOU ZA lity Seal) ((46t - I T:4 �„ �s 4z f I I L rri I e1 i l i { }qi 1 V l mi r� .6 ­11-1 '- T- - ." - . . . - -.- - '. - - - , Attest: City Clerk Fro Ten'. CITY SEAL- fit. F-- A. oft" *00-MMM CM OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE 7 RESOLUTION NO. 1968 -61 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF NOM AND PLEDGING PROPERTY TAX REVENUES TO THE PATMFNT rHERFM The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does ordain as follows: That one or more promissory notes, bearing interest not to exceed 6% per annum payable on or before April 15, 1969, in an aggregate asmwt not to exceed $ZOO,000.00 may be issued from time to time for the purpose of borrowins mower for expenditure for current expenses. That revenues from the ad valorem property taxes for the current year shall be and are hereby pledged to the payment of said notes. Passed and adopted by t�2 City Council of the City of South Tahoe, on October 196b, by the following vote: AVLake Ayes: Councilmen AMES, BROWN and WOODS Hoes: Councilmen None Absent: councilmen CLARKE and SWZA 4 Attest: City Clerk Fro Ten'. CITY SEAL- fit. F CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO. 1968 - 62 A RESOLUTION DECLJIRIX A PUBLIC NUISANCE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: 1. A nuisance exists upon that certain real property situate in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of E1 Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assess -. went roll of the County of El Dorado, State of California, as Assessment Parcel Nos. 27- 010 -18 and 27- 010 -20, more particularly described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, said nuisance beiaa that the buildings have been broken into, have been used as habitation without adequate sanitary facilities, plumbing fixtures are broken, the buildings -. are cluttered with filth and debris and constitute an extreme fire hazard. Said buildings are unsafe buildings as defined in Section 203(a) of the Uniform Building Code. 2. The name and address of the owner of said premises L as revealed by the last available assessment roll of the County of 91 Dcrado is: LAKE FRONT PROPERTIES, INC. c/o Donald Goodman, D.D.S. 1441 McKeever Avenue Hayward, Califcrnia t :BEET L. IRPA C. R c/o Mack, Attorneys 3859 hest Los Angel EUBANKS , XICHAF..L BROWN and KM Nast & Boss at Law 6th Street &a, +California LEE BERMHARDI and JANET BZRXHARDI c/o Mack, Nast i Boss Attorneys at Law 3859 W- t 6th Street Las Angeles, California „ The noses and addresses of other persons having an in- terest in said property are: M DONALD GOODM" 1041 lfcKeever Avenue Hayward, California CHESTER WILLIM MATFIEW 930 'H' Street Sparks, rievada 1 'J F L as revealed by the last available assessment roll of the County of 91 Dcrado is: LAKE FRONT PROPERTIES, INC. c/o Donald Goodman, D.D.S. 1441 McKeever Avenue Hayward, Califcrnia t :BEET L. IRPA C. R c/o Mack, Attorneys 3859 hest Los Angel EUBANKS , XICHAF..L BROWN and KM Nast & Boss at Law 6th Street &a, +California LEE BERMHARDI and JANET BZRXHARDI c/o Mack, Nast i Boss Attorneys at Law 3859 W- t 6th Street Las Angeles, California „ The noses and addresses of other persons having an in- terest in said property are: M DONALD GOODM" 1041 lfcKeever Avenue Hayward, California CHESTER WILLIM MATFIEW 930 'H' Street Sparks, rievada 1 'J 1 3. The Director of Public Works is hereby directed to give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the fors prescribed by S 17 -8 of the City Code by (1) nailinq a copy certified mail, postage prepaid, to the owners, and to the ' other pe rsons interested in said property. at the addresses hereinabove set forth and (2) posting a copy of this Resolution upon the property herein described. 0. November 5, 1968, at the Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, at B:OS p.m., or -,� as soon therea_ ter as the business of the Council will permit, = is hereby set as the time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on October 22 1966, by the following vote: r 'yes: Councilmen Ames, Brown and Moods does: Counc i linen bone Absent: Councilmen Clarke and 5 yor - 4 Attest: 'Ci tp Clerk Pro Teo r= • AiP � 7 2 ~. +1► 2 )Oleara 7TTT aF Vt%"19. LAKE xc. 1968- 63 1XT9M1LW& FIAN PROMCT I C M TO THE SOUTH TAHOE FUPLIC U.MITT r.,.5 7,,o I CT ""HUTIOMIM PLANT A= A330CIATED FAZILI7IBS WHOW; the Board of Directors of the S-uth Tahoe Publie Utility District =:&s r--questAd ''irst alarm fire pro- t-3ctlon frcm the City of SQuth Lake Tahoe; and ft'; i&-RE&S: said Bcnar4 of Directors have also expressed a desire to have the property -,;p,;)n which thw- treatment plant Is situated annexed to tl-,P Clty; and W-E.EAS. the City C---uncil f IrAs tnat prosy -14ing such fire protection Is to the hest interest %.n4. Ocr --" general welfare of ,-he cltlzew of South Lake Tahoe; now therefo-re It Is y. :i.?,5OLVBO; trAat t�-=e City of ut, !Ake T.Stx will pro- vide f Ire protection servIce lay re sp :nse of men and elulp- zenL to ti.e 30"th Tahoe Putile Utility District trezvter"t plant an4 associated facilities In the same wknr,-.r as It would to an alarm of r1re withlr, the ccrp rate limits of tt,.e city; subject to the folloving: 1. Tont the Sc,%.rd of' Directors of the 3-z:ut1n Talhae Piibl I c Utillty District 1=ed.lately 1.z-zt1tute proceedings to nave property to be prok-ected a7inexed to the '71". of S-�vth Lake T. The Fire ':hlef of city, or tiers in active cr.qrze of :. ^t C"Ity Fire :epqrtzerft,, may. In his S C an. re 'La in it t"^* 71 TY sucb e- Lj" pmerit --.-d as may Ir. 1%.1s c;zlrior be rie--essary 4'zkr the. prc'-ectizir of --a 71TT. 'Ln- *-t trt•t of an _ :Lergency arising- W-111h he 7-171Y whIle personnel and equ';ment are tne-%;-ed In lrir�tllnw a 'I--^e at the pro- such per-sar =*y re---qll to tr-e TITY such perk ^nei and eq,-Ipsent as he may con- sit'ler no-ceszary to meet said emergency. PALLED. kFF.i01;M AZIOPI"M by t-,Ote =tv Caunt-%Il of the City at Lozutb Lake N.noe. Call"ornis. tt:js 4th -,ay of NO-reg- ter. 1968. by the foli�xl:-4 votet Ay es s C--u ncl 1-ren:. MES, CLAM, SMZA and WOODS Noes 'A"men Done iaAc I Auer. t'- 8RDWN A G 7�j ATT LST% T. wIF-t W54105tr enk -i Adr- J f L. )Oleara 7TTT aF Vt%"19. LAKE xc. 1968- 63 1XT9M1LW& FIAN PROMCT I C M TO THE SOUTH TAHOE FUPLIC U.MITT r.,.5 7,,o I CT ""HUTIOMIM PLANT A= A330CIATED FAZILI7IBS WHOW; the Board of Directors of the S-uth Tahoe Publie Utility District =:&s r--questAd ''irst alarm fire pro- t-3ctlon frcm the City of SQuth Lake Tahoe; and ft'; i&-RE&S: said Bcnar4 of Directors have also expressed a desire to have the property -,;p,;)n which thw- treatment plant Is situated annexed to tl-,P Clty; and W-E.EAS. the City C---uncil f IrAs tnat prosy -14ing such fire protection Is to the hest interest %.n4. Ocr --" general welfare of ,-he cltlzew of South Lake Tahoe; now therefo-re It Is y. :i.?,5OLVBO; trAat t�-=e City of ut, !Ake T.Stx will pro- vide f Ire protection servIce lay re sp :nse of men and elulp- zenL to ti.e 30"th Tahoe Putile Utility District trezvter"t plant an4 associated facilities In the same wknr,-.r as It would to an alarm of r1re withlr, the ccrp rate limits of tt,.e city; subject to the folloving: 1. Tont the Sc,%.rd of' Directors of the 3-z:ut1n Talhae Piibl I c Utillty District 1=ed.lately 1.z-zt1tute proceedings to nave property to be prok-ected a7inexed to the '71". of S-�vth Lake T. The Fire ':hlef of city, or tiers in active cr.qrze of :. ^t C"Ity Fire :epqrtzerft,, may. In his S C an. re 'La in it t"^* 71 TY sucb e- Lj" pmerit --.-d as may Ir. 1%.1s c;zlrior be rie--essary 4'zkr the. prc'-ectizir of --a 71TT. 'Ln- *-t trt•t of an _ :Lergency arising- W-111h he 7-171Y whIle personnel and equ';ment are tne-%;-ed In lrir�tllnw a 'I--^e at the pro- such per-sar =*y re---qll to tr-e TITY such perk ^nei and eq,-Ipsent as he may con- sit'ler no-ceszary to meet said emergency. PALLED. kFF.i01;M AZIOPI"M by t-,Ote =tv Caunt-%Il of the City at Lozutb Lake N.noe. Call"ornis. tt:js 4th -,ay of NO-reg- ter. 1968. by the foli�xl:-4 votet Ay es s C--u ncl 1-ren:. MES, CLAM, SMZA and WOODS Noes 'A"men Done iaAc I Auer. t'- 8RDWN A G 7�j ATT LST% T. wIF-t W54105tr enk -i r 1 L , w 4 • 'y 7300.3.1(F) MEB:emb 10 -23 -68 i 0 I FM- 7%n 1 i:- CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAMOZ g RESOLUTION 1,40. 1968- 64 ` A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ABATEMENT Gt e r � 74� - ' Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, on October 22, 1968, the City Council adopted Re- solution No. 1968 -62 enttled "A Resolution Declaring a Public Nuisance'; and WHEREAS, said resolution set November 5, 1968, at 8:05 p.m., L , w 4 • 'y 7300.3.1(F) MEB:emb 10 -23 -68 i 0 I FM- 7%n 1 i:- CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAMOZ g RESOLUTION 1,40. 1968- 64 ` A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ABATEMENT l e 3. The Director of Public Works shall keep an accurate i:- CITY Of SOUTH LAKE TAMOZ g RESOLUTION 1,40. 1968- 64 ` A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE ABATEMENT OF A PUBLIC NUISAJICS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, on October 22, 1968, the City Council adopted Re- solution No. 1968 -62 enttled "A Resolution Declaring a Public Nuisance'; and WHEREAS, said resolution set November 5, 1968, at 8:05 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the Council would perait, { in the City Council Chambers, 1044 Fremont Street, South Lake # Tahoe, California, as'the time and place for hearing objections x to the proposed abatement of said nuisance; and WHEREAS, notice of hearing was posted and mailed as required by said resolution; and WHEREAS, a public hearinq to hear objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance has been held; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED: 1. All objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance are overruled. 2. The Director of Public forks and the City Attorney are hereby directed to effectuate the abatement of the acts and conditions constituting a nuisance hereinafter described upon the property hereinafter described and may use such City Personnel or licensed contractors as is the judgment of the Director of Public Works and City Attorney are necessary to abate the nuisance. 3. The Director of Public Works shall keep an accurate record of the cost of abating the nuisance and shall include therein an overhead cost figure of 10R of the total cost. As soon as the abatement is caapleted the Director of Public Works shall prepare and suhmit to the Council a report describing the work performed, listing each parcel of property affected thereby and listing after each such parcel the proportion of the total cost, including over- head, to be assessed against said parcel. 4. She property upon which the nuisance exists is that certain real property situated in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of S1 Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assessment roll of the County of £1 Dorado as Parcel c ws. 27- 010 -13 and 27- 010 -20 being more particularly described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. # ,. _..� t Mob- n.z S. The acts or conditions constituting the nuisance are as follows: The buildings have been broken into, have been used as a habitation without adequate sanitary facilities, plumbing , fixtures are broken, the buildings are cluttered with filth and debris, and constitute an extreme fire hazard. Said buildings are unsafe buildings as defined in Section 203(x) of the Uniform Building Code. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on koveruber 14 1958, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen AMES, BRDWR, CLARKE. SOUZA and MM Noes: Councilmen None Absent: Councilmen None t r ` Mayor i Attest: • rr :` . ' (City Seal) L ~. {.l f {. V t Yip 2 333 DESCRIPTION All that certaun real property s:twa#e 3A the City of South LaiGe f &h Cuur.ty Ut 91 Dozaae State wf California ert..;,i.;rl} des. r.aed as :�lluws: 4 PARCEL WO. Iz All that portion o.' Lot :, of Section 33, Township 13 `:ort.. Ra %e I? East, HDW., particulariy described as follows: IMIN tINC at the Northeast corner of said Low .b v+-icb � .. poie►,R, is o® Elea akoors of Lana Tahoe, and is distant North 4' 43' Rest 17.12 feat flan Rest and of a large boulder, and running ,haac* f r Ja said point of Leglanjug, &10% Lae Past lime of said Lot 6, South .i I at 126.77 feet to a spike in the southeasterly root of a pint tree, 3 feat is diameter; li at 233 feat, total length of this line, to the Southeast corner of the parcet herein o„ described; the ce aload a lime parallel to the lase shore South 66' S4' Meat lOC!.0 __ feet to tba Southwest corner of the parcel herein described; tuomce North 235.00 feet to a Point an the s -ure of Lace Ta Boa; tiasace alum tae lace :here Nortzi 66* Sol test 100.695 feet to the point of 5e,;:nning. y. ,. PARCEL 00. 2s ,r All that portion of Lot v of Sec;. oa 33. jAaujhjV 13 Nor, Rage 19 Fast, !(De•ils.,._ garticaoiarly 3escriye4 as fol:cwsz r R$CIMMING at the Northeast ruruer of t_'ie parcel heztin described, maid point beiag as rµ. the short of Lass Tahot, and fraic Which thr dorthrast dryer of said Lot i bears %Dtth f' 66' 59' fast 10L`. W 95 feet; . c;4* l ear i nE said paint of beg,a ming aed running South 235.00 feel to the Soauu:east c irnez of the parcel hereLe described; these* South 66' 30, AY, West 100.595 feet to an I.—= ripe 3j4 iaz.: is diameter; Loess* iorth at 113.02 ,set to an irao pipe 314 inch in diazter; and at 235 :ert, total len&Lh of this Iiae, to a Iran pipe V4 i"b In di:rcttr driven in the la+.* shore for time Lorthwast corer of tht parcel herein described; then,--e aloac the lake shore North 66' 59' East, 100.693 feet to the point of be&innia4. :or-Lain :n�,- 0.501 of an acre, more or lean. r ZXEPTLM THZiEiA M all :.net portion thereof descri ed as follows MCINNUM at the 66uth"o corner of the parcel lureis de:stribod from whieb the Southeast corner of said Lot L. ;►ears �-outb 101.34 feet; thence Borth 255.56 feet to the Northeast corner, to a burieod c.4*ble stsone, ideatic.al with the s"theast corn= of the Tract deeded by V. D. Rants to J. E. Jewell. May 19, 1925, recorded is book 102. at page 246, of Deeds I of 91 Dorado Couacy Rscnrds; then aioos the soutiserly boundart lies of said J. 9. L Jewe11 lased, South W i9' West, 100.695 feet to the Southeast corner of tiee part" bar" and the true point of begirsing; Uwjwe North 120 feet to a point; thwc: Soeti .r.•�••� -� � • 59• West 100.695 feet to a point as ttee Westerly bos."ary line of said J. Z. e Jewell land; taence: ;oath W 02' 4est 124 feet to ;.he Su!,thwst corner of said J. t. s Jerett land; thence Dorn: 66. 59' fast, i00.695 feet to the point os beginning. EXHIBIT A it A--. 7:�4 i .F: 4; i� - 1 4' :A ­ a ..... is • y 3 �. a CITY OF SOUTH LAKE ;kU RESOLUTION NO. 1468 -65 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE COMMENDING JUDITH DALTON FOR HER PERSONAL ACTIONS IN SAYING THE LIFE OF A DROWNING ACCICENT VICTIM". The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby resolve as follows: WHEREAS, during this age it ?s rare to publicly hear of the positive deeds of citizens who will involve then" i ves in the troubles of their neighbors; and WHEREAS. on October 9, 1968, a tragedy did occur in this coamnity wherein two -year -aid Y.ichael Stevens fell into a sailing lagoon; and WHEREAS, two citizens of the community, BRUCE STIL WELL and JUDITH DALTON did observe the accident and responded heroically without consideration for their own, welfare in removing said Michael Stevens from the sailing lagoon and in administering arti- ficial respiration; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting as a per - manent public record and trihute to JUDITH DALTON for her efforts In the above - mentioned instance. Passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular eeetiag s thereof held on the 19th day of Hoverter. 1968. by the fo 1 l owi ng vote: Ayes: Councilmen Afaes, Brown, Clarke, Souza :.nd woods Noes: Councilmen hone Absent: Councilmen None >ro Attest: ity -a e 4 of , 10v h p BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this - Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting as a per - T manent public record and tribute to 6RUCE STI LWELL for his efforts in the above - mentioned instance. a , Passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular mneetii" thereof held on the 14th day of November, 1%8. by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen Mmes, Brown, Clarke, Souza and Woods -' Noes: Councilmen bone 6� Absent: Gowni lven None - r �0 Attest:' t: es .�. f. T Y CITY OF SOUTH LAKE Tka }` P.ESOLUTION NO. 1968 -66 i ' A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH ' LAKE TAHOE COnKNDING BRUCE STI L WELL FOR HIS PERSONAL ACTIONS IM SAVING THE LIFE OF A DROWNING ACCIDENT VICTIM The City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby € resolve as follows: s ' WHEREAS, during this age it is rare to publicly hear of the i positive deeds of citizens who will involve themel ves in the troubles of their neighbors; and WHEREAS. on October 9. 1968, a tragedy did occur in this conaunity wherein two- year -old Michael Stevens fell into a sailing lagoon; and WHEREAS, two citizens of the cowuni ty, BRUCE STI L WELL and JUDITH DALTON did observe the accident and responded heroically without consideration for their own welfare in removing said Michael Stevens from the sailing lagoon and in administering arti- ficial respiration; now therefore: BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council instructs that this - Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting as a per - T manent public record and tribute to 6RUCE STI LWELL for his efforts in the above - mentioned instance. a , Passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, at a regular mneetii" thereof held on the 14th day of November, 1%8. by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen Mmes, Brown, Clarke, Souza and Woods -' Noes: Councilmen bone 6� Absent: Gowni lven None - r �0 Attest:' t: es .�. f. T Y a a -1 MP�T-R --1 L oi -7- A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING CITY POLICY AGAINST MAKING DISBURSEMENTS FROM CASH DEPOSITS IN LIEU OF BOND TO OTHER THAN THE PERSON M"ING DEPOSIT L Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 9344 of the El Dorado County ordinance Code adopted by reference by the City of South Lake Tahoe, subdividers may post cash deposits in lieu of subdivision bonds; and WHEREAS, in the past the subdividers have requested that the City disburse funds from these cash deposits to specified in- 44 City has complied with such reauests; and WHEREAS, such procedure places an undue burden upon the City staff both with respect to the matter of time and with respect to responsibilities; now therefore: a a -1 MP�T-R --1 L oi Attest: f City er E. (City S", F.: F4- 11W RESOLUTION NO. 1968- 67 A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING CITY POLICY AGAINST MAKING DISBURSEMENTS FROM CASH DEPOSITS IN LIEU OF BOND TO OTHER THAN THE PERSON M"ING DEPOSIT BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Section 9344 of the El Dorado County ordinance Code adopted by reference by the City of South Lake Tahoe, subdividers may post cash deposits in lieu of subdivision bonds; and WHEREAS, in the past the subdividers have requested that the City disburse funds from these cash deposits to specified in- dividuals and contractors working upon the subdivision and the City has complied with such reauests; and WHEREAS, such procedure places an undue burden upon the City staff both with respect to the matter of time and with respect to responsibilities; now therefore: IT IS ORDERED that disbursements from funds deposited with • the City in lieu of subdivision bonds pursuant to the provisions of Section 9344 of the El Dorado County Ordinance Code as adopted by reference by the City of South Lake Tahoe will not be dis- bursed except to the person who made the deposit and only at such time as a subdivision bond would otherwise have been released or reduced. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe on November 19 1968, by the following vote: Ayes: councilmen AMES, 8RUW, CLARKE. SOUZA and WOWS Noes: Counci Imen None Absent: Councilmen None Mayor Attest: f City er E. (City S", F.: F4- 11W { - :} Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 8:05 p.m., or as -" sow thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, is hereby set as the time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance. L 14i4or n Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on December 17, 1968, by the following vots: Ayes: Councilmen AMES, BROWN, CLARKE, SOUZA and WOODS Noes: Councilmen None Absent:- Councilmen Bone Mayor Attest: C City le (C' y Seil) r: f r; -21 r .�Gii.» -`v..a r+B.w 2w' .: .i:' �.�.. ..............:.....r a............ _.,..�...— .- ..- _ -...:r - _ _...... . ».,.+d.i., .., ..,.. .- 7300.3.14A - MEB : s j f 11 -29 -68 CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION h"0. 1968 - 68 A RESOLG'TION DECLARING A PUBLIC !►i;ISANCE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, as follows: 1. A nuisance exists upon that certain real property situate in the City of South Lake Tahoe, County of E1 Dorado, State of California, described upon the last available assess- ment roll of the County of E1 Dorado, State of California, as 27- 075 -14, also described as Lot 229, as shown upon that certain map entitled "Bijou Park Subdivision ", filed in the Office of the County Recorder of El Dorado County, State of California, on September 2, 1927, in Book A of Maps, Map No. 10, said nuisance being an abandoned excavation consisting of a � _ saLStic tank ear. leaching system. 2. The name and address of the owner of said premises as revealed by the last available assessment roll of the County of E1 Dorado is: MORTON H. PASTOR and CAROL A. PASTOR 1015 Phelps Avenue - San Jose, California 3. The Director of Pulic Works is hereby directed to give notice of the passage of this resolution in substantially the form prescribed by s 17 -8 of the City Code by (1) mailinq a ." copy certified mail, postage prepaid, to the owners at the address hcreinabove set forth and (2) posting a copy of this resolution upon the property herein described. z 4. January 7, 1969, at the Council Chambers, 1044 { - :} Fremont Street, South Lake Tahoe, California, at 8:05 p.m., or as -" sow thereafter as the business of the Council will permit, is hereby set as the time and place for hearing any objections to the proposed abatement of said nuisance. L 14i4or n Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe, on December 17, 1968, by the following vots: Ayes: Councilmen AMES, BROWN, CLARKE, SOUZA and WOODS Noes: Councilmen None Absent:- Councilmen Bone Mayor Attest: C City le (C' y Seil) r: f r; -21 r a 07 (h n ,c •