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<br />I INVOCATION <br /> <br />PLEDGE OF <br />ALLEGIANCE <br /> <br />MINUTE <br />APPROVAL <br />(3-2-65) <br /> <br />AWARD <br />PRESENTATION <br /> <br />HEARING <br />(McCormac) <br /> <br />[}- /01 I'J <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />(Hearing remains <br />Open) <br /> <br />16:6489 <br /> <br />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARCADIA <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING <br /> <br />MARCH 16, 1965 <br /> <br />The City Council of the City of Arcadia met in regular session in <br />the Council Chamber of the City Hall at 8:00 P.M., March 16, 1965, <br /> <br />Rev. Walter F. Dannaman, ALcadia American Lutheran Church <br /> <br />Mayor Dale E. Turner <br /> <br />The Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 2, 1965 were APPROVED as <br />submitted in writing on MOTION by Councilman Reibold, seconded by <br />Councilman Considine and carried unanimously. Councilman Balser <br />abstained from voting due to his absence from said meeting. <br /> <br />A Resolution for Heroism Beyond the Call of <br />Duty was presented to Ray E. Burke, who risked <br />his life in the rescue of the pilot, co-pilot <br />and engineer from their burning aircraft which <br />crashed in December 1963, (Mr. Burke had <br />earlier been awarded the Carnegie Medal for <br />Heroism. ) <br /> <br />Mayor Turner declared the hearing open on the application of <br />Donald p, McCormac for a business permit to pick up refuse from <br />commercial enterprises, The City Clerk advised that she had on file <br />the affidavit of publication and that there were no communications <br />other than the staff report. <br /> <br />The City Manager enumerated the five concerns currently licensed for <br />commerciol rubbish pick up, which he stated are in addition to the <br />contract agreement with the City Refuse Company, <br /> <br />Gene Gregg, attorney for the applicant, addressed the City Council <br />stating in part that a preliminary investigation on behalf of his <br />client' indicates that some of the licensees are serving only one <br />business and are therefore not engaged in open competition; that <br />the City should consider broadening its license ordinance to permit <br />such competition; that there appears to be a differential in rates <br />with which his client feels he can compete and that the commercial <br />business owner is entitled to that benefit. That his client has the <br />most modern equipment in contrast to that of some of the licensees. <br /> <br />Discussion ensued wherein it was stated by the City Manager that the <br />number of commercial rubbish licensees to be permitted was five but <br />the number of locations to be serviced by each was not'incorporated <br />in the ordinance as the City Council felt that this should be left <br />up to,the individual. (AMC Section 6434,2 - Limitations). <br /> <br />The consensus of the City Council being that the need for criteria <br />was apparent, MOTION was made by Councilman Reibold, seconded by <br />Councilman Forman and 'carried unanimously that the matter be <br />continued for sixty days (May 18, 1965); that during the interim the <br />staff in~estigate the number of locations being served by each licen- <br />see and report back to the City Council for action on the subject <br />application. <br /> <br />1. <br /> <br />3-16-65 <br />