Laserfiche WebLink
<br />WILDERNESS <br />AREA <br /> <br />1/;,. 3W <br />fJ'of' <br /> <br />BALDWIN AVE. <br />I FIRE STATION <br />:171 Nsf <br /> <br /> <br />COMMENTS OF <br />INDIVIDUAL <br />COUNCILMEN <br /> <br />(Library) <br /> <br />II::,~:~-:0 <br /> <br />(Water for <br />Sierra Madre) <br /> <br />,~:,;,,, /\is!' <br /> <br />(Beauti- <br />fication) <br /> <br />(ORD. 990) <br />',j 1J<f" <br /> <br />(Solicitation) <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />(Lighting at <br />Colorado) <br /> <br />ADJOURNMENT <br /> <br />'.1'1; r f11.1i. <br /> <br />Councilman Reibold moved that the recommendation of the City <br />Attorney be accepted and that the Mayor and City Clerk be <br />authorized to sign the releases upon the terms outlined above. <br />Motion seconded by Councilman Camphouse and carried unanimously. <br /> <br />The City Attorney remarked that the City had received the <br />resolution of Monrovia consenting to the detachment of the <br />Wilderness Area, and that at the next regular meeting the <br />resolution setting the Hearing on the Annexation would be ready, <br />making the effective date around June 1st. <br /> <br />Mayor Dennis inquired of the City Engineer whether many people <br />had taken out plans on the Baldwin Avenue fire station, to which <br />the City Engineer replied that to date there had been five. <br /> <br />Mayor Dennis inquired if anyone in the audience desired to be <br />heard. There being no one, he called upon the individual council- <br />men for their comments: <br /> <br />Councilman Camphouse made a progress report regarding the Public <br />Library situation, to wit: that a letter had been received from <br />Dexter Jones, Chairman of the Library Committee, stating that <br />they were making progress; that the questionnaire sent to <br />representative cities regarding certain final phases of the <br />problem should be back by February 7th; that all preliminary work <br />as far as field investigation in Arcadia is concerned has been done; <br />that he had informed the Library Board that should the report be <br />received between scheduled library board meetings that a special <br />meeting be called. Also that Miss Clark stated that she had been <br />making considerable progress in trying to alleviate the problem <br />pertaining to the book situation for junior and senior high <br />students. <br /> <br />The City Attorney, in answer to the Mayor's query, advised that <br />the contract for the use of Arcadia water by the City of Sierra <br />Madre had been drawn and sent to Sierra Madre and should be <br />presented to the Council shortly. <br /> <br />The City Engineer advised that planting was progressing on Santa <br />Anita and Colorado; that the sprinkler system on Colorado was not <br />yet completed; that the sun dial (in answer to Councilman Reibold's <br />query) was expected this week. <br /> <br />Councilman Reibold mentioned that the committee to which he had <br />been assigned was meeting with the people who wanted to protest <br />Ordinance 990 on January 29th at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers. <br /> <br />Councilman Camphouse commented that he thought the carrying of <br />identification cards by solicitors was being well received by the <br />public, particularly being tested that evening, it being the <br />Mothers' March for Polio. <br /> <br />Mayor Dennis commented that because there were no lights on the <br />barricades on Colorado Boulevard he had almost been part of a <br />six car accident. The City Manager stated that he would check on <br />the matter; however, that the race track people had agreed to buy <br />and install at key spots neon flashing lights; that the police <br />department and traffic men are determining the number necessary <br />and they will be installed shortly. <br /> <br />Motion by Councilman Camphouse, seconded <br />and unanimously carried that the meetin <br /> <br />Phillips <br /> <br /> <br />ATTEST: <br /> <br />~ke,~/&~ <br /> <br />City Clerk , <br /> <br />, -28- 'i8 <br />