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Board of Supervisors orthe County of Santa Barbara, State of California,
September 4, 1973, at 9:30 o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Reverend Vickrey Dougherty, St. Mark United Methodist
Church, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approva I of Minutes of August 27, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of August 27, 1973 meeting be dispensed
with, and the minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Appeal of Florence F. Jackson from Planning Commission Determination that Proposed
Raising of Hybrid Worms (73-M-44) is not a Permitted Use on Property at the end of La Paloma Avenue,
Goleta.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, September 24, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m., be, and the same is hereby,
set as the date and time for a pub I ic hearing on appeal of Florence F. Jackson from Planning Commission
determination that proposed raising of hybrid worms (73-M-44) is not a permitted use on property
at the end of La Paloma Avenue, Goleta; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara
News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Appeal of J. Marc McGinnes, Attorney, on behalf of A llen Flaeschel from Planning Commission
Denial of Request (73-V-44) for Adjustments to Al low an Addition to Existing Residence 10 ft. from
Rear Property Line instead of 25 ft. Minimum required and 6'011 from Side Property Line instead
of 61811 minimum required on Property located on South Side of Del Norte Drive, approximately 443
ft. east of Mendocino Drive, Goleta.
Attorney McGinnes enclosed his check #0126 in the amount of twenty dollalrs ($20. 00)
as fi ling fee on subject appeal.

Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, September 24, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m., be, and the same is hereby,
set as the date and time for a pub I ic hearing on the appeal of J. Marc McGinnes, Attorney, on behalf
of Allen Flaeschel from Planning Commission denial on the basis of no unusual circumstances to
warrant approval for adjustments under provisions of Article X, Section 2 (a) (4) and Section 4
to allow an addition to the existing residence 10 feet from the rear property line instead of 25 feet
minimum required and 61011 from the side property l ine instead of 61811 minimum required; property
described as Assessor's Parcel No. 77-122-08, located on south side of Del Norte Drive, approximately
443 feet east of Mendocino Drive, Goleta Area, Third Supervisorial District; and that notice be given
by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows,
to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Amendment (73-GP-8) to the
Amended General Plan for the Goleta Valley-Circulation Element-Land Use Element (GP-3C) to Change
the Land Use Designation.

Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, September 24, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m., be, and the same is hereby,
set as the date and time for a pub I ic hearing on the r:ecommendation of the Planning Commission
for adoption of an amendment (73-GP-8) to the amended General Plan for the Goleta Valley - Circulation
Element -Land Use Element (GP-3C) to change the land use designation from "Residential" at a density
of 7,000 to 9,999 sq. ft. per family to "Residential" at a density of 10,000 to 19,999 sq. ft. per fami ly;
property in question is generally located in that portion of Isla Vista bounded on the north by El
Colegio Road; on the east by Camino Corto; on the south by the Pacific Ocean; and on the west by
Camino Majorca and its northerly extension to El Colegio Road, Goleta Valley, Third Supervisorial
District; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-95; and that notice be given by publication
in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Irrigation and Planting for Santa Maria Public
Health Center, Santa Barbara County, California.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Director of Publ ic Works for Irrigation
and Planting for Santa Maria Pub I ic Health Center, Santa Barbara County, California, be, and the
same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, September 27, 1973, at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and
the same is hereby, set as the date and time for opening of bids on subject proposal in the office
of the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County, Office Building, 312 East Cook Street, Santa Maria,
and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Maria Times, a newspaper of general circulation,
as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO BIDDERS)
Notice is hereby given that the County of Santa Barbara will receive bids for -
"Irrigation and Planting for
Santa Maria Public Health Center
Santa Barbara County, California"
Each bid wi II be in accordance with drawings and specifications approved by the Board
of Supervisors and on file in the OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, COUNTY ENGINEERING
BUILDING, 123 EAST ANAPAMU STREET, SANTA .BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, WHERE THEY MAY BE
EXAMINED AND COPIES SECURED BY PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS.
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California
(Amended by Statues 1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 1969) the Board of .Supervisors
of the County of Santa Barbara has directed the pub I ishing of the prevai I ing rate of wages with a
copy of the same being on file at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
EACH BID SHALL BE MADE OUT ON A FORM TO BE OBTAINED AT THE OFFICE OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS; shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or bid
bond for ten (1 O) percent of the amount of the bid, made payable to the order of the Treasurer of
Santa Barbara County, Santa Barbara, California; shall be sealed and received in the OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY CLERK OF SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, OFFICE BUILDING, 312 EAST COOK STREET,
SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA 93454, on or before 3: 00 P.M. on the 27th day of September, 1973,
and wi 11 be opened and publicly read aloud at 3: 00 P. M. of that day in the County Clerk's office I isted
above.
The above mentioned check or bond shat I be g iv.en as a guarantee that the bidder wi II
enter into the contract if awarded to him and wi 11 be declared forfeited if the successful bidder refuses
to enter into said contract after being requested to so by the Board of Supervisors of said County.
The Board of Supervisors of Santa Barbara County reserves the right to reject any or
al I bids or waive any informality in a bid.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for
the opening thereof.
Dated: September 4, 1973
 
 
J. E. LEWIS, County Clerk
By HOWARD C. MENZEL (SEAL)
Assistant County Clerk
Santa Barbara, California -
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Construction of San Antonio Road Equipment
Undercrossing 1.13 miles westerly of State Route 135, Job No. 4076.2, Santa Barbara County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Director of Transportation for construction
of San Antonio Road Equipment Undercrossing 1.13 miles westerly of State Route 135, Job No. 4076.2,
Santa Barbara County, California, be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, September 27, 1973, at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the
same is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proprosal, and that notice
be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as
follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed proposals wi II be recieved at the Office of the Clerk -Board of Supervisors, County
Administration Building, Santa Barbara, California, until 3:00 p.m. on the 27th day of September,
1973, ormailedtoJ . E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California.
Bids will then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor
of the County Administration Building located on the Corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read
aloud on said day at said place on or about said time for:

CONSTRUCTION OF
SAN ANTON I 0 ROAD
EQUIPMENT UNDERCROSSING

1 . 13 miles westerly of State Route 13 5
Job No. 4076.2


Bids are required for the entire work described therein. Plans, Specifications and proposal
forms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Office of the Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, cross sections, specifications and proposal
forms for bidding may be purchased therefrom for FIVE DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not
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to be refunded. No bid wi 11 be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein
referred to. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California
(Amended by Statutes 1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 1969) the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy
of the same being on file at the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in
the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara
as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, wi 11 enter into a contract for the performance
thereof satisfactory to said Board of Supervisors.
The successful bidder shall be required to guarantee the performance of this contract
by a "Faithful Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and
a Contractor's Bond in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive technical
errors and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid wi 11 be accepted from a Contractor who has not been I icensed in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code .
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal examination
of the location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the actual conditions
and requirements of the work, and shall not at any time after submission of the bid, dispute, complain,
or asser-t that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amqunt of work to be done."
By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 4th day
of September 1973.
  

 
J. E. LEWIS
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
By HOWARD C. MENZEL (SEAL)
 Assistant County Clerk
RE: Execution of County-State Agreement No. 18, Holdover, between the County and State
Department of Transportation for Improvement to Betteravia Road from State Route 135 to State Route
101, FAS Project S-1248 (3), and Rescission of Board Resolution No. 73-503.

RE:
District,
Resolution No. 73-582 .
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
 
Instituting Proceedings for the Acquisition of Certain Property in the Fifth Supervisorial
County of Santa Barbara, from Burne I I H. Richards and Ebba A. Richards, et a I.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:

 Resolution No. 73-583
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Request to Close a Portion of Bell Street (A State Highway) in the Town of Los Alamos
for .PurposestOf'Holding a Parade. ' .
Upon motion of Supervsor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-584
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)  

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RE: Acceptance of Grant Deed from Elwood Ranch, Inc., for Right of Way on Cathedral Oaks
Road, Third Supervisorial District, on a Donation Basis.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that a Grant Deed, dated May 11, 1973, from Elwood Ranch, Inc., a California Corporation,
for right of way on Cathedral Oaks Road, Third Supervisorial District, be, and the same is hereby,
accepted by the County on a donation basis; and the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to record said document in the office of the Santa Barbara County Recorder.

RE: Releasing 85% of Road Improvement Bond and Dedication of Streets for Tract #11, 469.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 85% of the fol lowing road improvement bond for Tract #11, 469 be, released, or if
a separate bond in the amount of 15 %of the road improv~ment bond is posted, all of the original bond
may be exonerated, as provided in Ordinance No. 1358; and that the dedicated streets in the subdivision
be, and the same are hereby, accepted, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
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Great American Insurance Company, as Surety -Simonsen-LeMons Development Co.,
as Principal, for Bond No. 6185852, dated June 28, 1972, in the amount of $18,500.00.
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RE: Recommendation of Director of Transportation for Approval on Request of Solvang Business
Association for Temporary Closure of Portion of Copenhagen Drive between-Alisa! Road and First
Street, Solvang, from 8 to 10 p.m., September 7, 1973, as part of Danish Days Celebration.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of the Solvang Business Association for temporary closure of portion
of Copenhagen Drive between Alisa! Road and First Street, Solvang, from 8: 00 p.m. to 10: 00 p.m.
on September 7, 1973, as part of Danish Days Celebration be, and the same is hereby, approved,
as recommended by the Director of Transportation.
RE: Approval of Traffic Engineering Committee Summary of Proceedings, August 21, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Summary of Proceedings of the Santa Barbara County Traffic Engineering Committee,
August 21 , 1973, be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Execution of Standard Agreement (No. 3635} between the County and State Department
of Food and Agriculture relative to Survey of Target Weed Species.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted: 
   I '  '_ Resolution No. 73-585
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and Board of Trustees of Al Ian Hnacock College
District relative to Utilizing Services of Students, effective September 17, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-586
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Execution of Lease Agreement between the County and Dena Pictures, Inc. for Leasing
of Goleta Municipal Court, Third District, at 410 South Fairview Avenue, Goleta, California, for OneYear
Term beginning August 1, 1973 at Rate of $320.00 per Month.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Lease Agreement between the County and Dena Pictures, Incorporated, Lessor, for leasing of Goleta
Municipal Court, 410 South Fairview Avenue, Goleta, California, Third Supervisorial District, for
one- year term beginning August 1, 1973, at the rate of $320.00 per month for a total of $3,840.00.
It is further ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to
draw the necessary warrants for the rental payments in the amount of $320. 00 per month in favor of
Dena Pictures, Incorporated, 9171 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 420, Beverly Hills, California 90210.
RE:
of Parcel
Acceptance of Easement Deed from Angeline Vernon to Laguna County Sanitation District
1.1, Santa Maria, for a Pressure Effluent Line, on a Donation Basis, Folio No. 600.
Upon motion of Supervsor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that an Easement Deed, dated August 24, 1973, executed by Angeline Vernon, a married
woman, as her sole and separate property, conveying to the Laguna County Sanatation District for
a pressure effluent line over Parcel 1.1, Santa Maria, Folio No. 600, be, and the same is hereby,
accepted by the Laguna County Sanitation District on a donation basis.
RE: Authorizing the Director of Department of Resources & Collections to Institute Necessary
Proceedings to Recover Monies Owed the County for Care & Maintenance of Minor Children in County
Institutions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-587
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Authorizing the Director of Department of Resources & Collections to Institute Necessary
Proceedings to Recover Monies Owed the County for. Care & Maintenance of Minor Children in County
I nsti tut ions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
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Resolution No. 73-588
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
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RE: Execution of Release of All County Claims for Damages to County Vehicle Resulting from
Vehicular Accident, in the Amount of $302.41.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Release of al I County claims for damages to County vehicle resulting from a vehicular accident, as
fo llows:
Othneil "W" Cunningham, July 16, 1973, on
Anacapa St. and Highway 101, in the amount of
$302.41.
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and
he is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in full settlement therefor to Transportation
Working Capital Fund.
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Waiver of Street Lighting Provisions of
Resolution No. 69-507 for Certain Lot Splits.
Upon motion of Supervisor T unnell , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that waiver of street I ighting provisions of Resolution No. 69-507 be, and the same is
hereby, approved, as recommended by the Administrative Officer, for the fol lowing:
a) Case No. 73-CP- 68, Revised
b) Lot Split No . 11, 875, Third District
c) Lot Spl it No. 11,883, First District
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Release of Landscape Planting and
Irrigation System Bond in the Amount of $1, 000. 00 for Anderson's Animal Kingdom, Avenue of the
Flags, Case No. 70-CP-9, Parcel Nos. 137-1719 and 137-180- 31.
Upon motion of Suervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following landscape planting and irrigation system bond for Anderson's Animal
Kingdom be, and the same is hereby, released as to all future acts and conditions, as recommended
by the County Landscape Architect:
Resorts International Inc., on behalf of Africa U.S.A.,
a Division of 767 Fifth Ave., New York, N .Y., as Principal,
and Aetna Insurance Co., as Surety, for Bond No. S-707243,
dated May31, 1972, in theamountof$1,000.00.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Release of Landscape Planting and
I rrigation System Bond in the Cash Amount of $1, 000. 00 for Raytheon Company, 6380 Hol 1 ister Ave.,
Parcel No. 73-050-27.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol lowing landscape planting and irrigation system cash bond in the amount of
$1,000.00 for Raytheon Company be, and the same is hereby, released as to al l future acts and conditions,
as recommended by the County Landscape Architect.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Deposit of Irrigation System and Landscape
Planting Bond for Westland Floral, 1540 Cravens Lane, Carpinteria, California, Ordinance No. 2427,
in the Amount of $1, 000. 00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for the placement of a bond,
in the amount of $1,000.00, for irrigation system and landscape planting, by Westland Floral, 1540
Cravens Lane, Carpinteria, California, with the County Clerk's Office be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Deposit of Irrigation System and Landscape
Planting Bond by Doral L . Neeley, 35 South La Patera Lane, Goleta, California 93017, Ordinance No.
2456, in the Amount of $400. 00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Archi tect for placement of a bond, in
the amount of $400. 00, for irrigation system and landscape planting bond, by Doral L. Neeley, 35
South La Patera Lane, Goleta, California 93017, be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of Planning Director for Release of Wal I Bond in the Amount of $1O,000. 00
by University Exchange Corporation for Tract #11, 524, Unit 3.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the release of a wall bond, as to all future acts and conditions, in the amount of
$10,000.00 for the following be, and the same is hereby, confirmed:
General Insurance Company of America, as Surety -
University Exchange Corporation, as Principal, for
Bond No. 956090, dated August 1, 1972, in the
amount of $10,000.00.
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RE: Recommendation of the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Adjuster
for Denial of Claims Fi led Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Specia l Services on behalf of the Insurance
Adjuster for denial of the fol lowing c laims filed against the County for alleged damages be, and the
same is hereby, confirmed, as there is no legal l iabi lity on the part of the County:
a) Jessie Waugh Haseltine - $250, 000. 00
b) Donald A. Pouliot - $499. 00
RE: Request of Vandenberg Village Development Company to Local Agency Formation Commission
for Authorization to Proceed without Notice and Hearing before LAFCO on 100% Consent Petition for
Annexation of Tract #11 , 611, Unit 1 , to County Service Area No. 4 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of Vandenberg Vi II age Development Company to Local Agency Formation
Commission for authorization to proceed without notice and hearing on the 100% consent petition received
for annexation of Tract #11 , 611 , Unit 1, to County Service Area No. 4 be, and the same is hereby,
approved; and further waiving consent or right to demand a pub I ic hearing on said matter.
It is further ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Loca l
Agency Formation Commission for further action.
RE: Claims Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel l , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fo llowing c laims against the County for alleged damages be, and the same are
hereby, referred to the Insurance Carrier , Director of Special Services and County Counsel:
a) Barbara A. Rogers - $55, 000.00
b) Lorraine Romp - 203. 35 plus unknown amount
RE: Communications from Residents of the Tepusquet area Opposing the Number of Mobile
Homes being Allowed in the Area .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is order ed that the letters sent by the fol lowing people on subject matter be, and the same are hereby,
referred to the Planning Commission:
a) Warren E. Stowe I I
b) Mrs. B. C. Brogoitti
c) Richa rd M. McKeague
d) Mr. & Mrs. E.T. Fields
e) Mr. & Mrs. Mike MacDonell
f) A lice M. Garrity
RE: Communications from Residents in Summerland Relative to Condition of Lillie Avenue.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the letters sent by the following people on subject matter be, and the same are hereby,
referred to the Department of Transportation:
a) Mrs. Eleanor Darling
b) Chester W. Geiger, Sr.
c) Mrs. Ilse De Mott
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RE: Expression of Appreciation from Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara Inc. for Use of Sunken
Gardens of Santa Barbara County Court House for Annual Variety Show.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered t hat subject communication be, and the same is her eby, placed on file.
RE: Pub I ication of Ordinances Nos. 2463, 2473 and 2474.
It appearing from the Affidavits of the Principal Clerk of the Santa Barbara News-Press
that Ordinances Nos. 2463, 2473 and 2474 have been duly pub I ished in the manner and form prescribed
by law;
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is determined that Ordinances
Nos. 2463, 2473 and 2474 have been duly published in the manner and form prescribed by law .

RE: Reports & Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following reports and communications be, and the same are hereby, p laced on
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a) Resolut ion 73-345 of Mendocino County Board of Supervisor s re Future State Mandated
Programs and Regulations.
b) Application to PUC of various airlines requesting authority to add Security Charge
to intrastate passenger fares.
c) PUC Order Instituting Investigation to establish list for 1974 of existing and proposed
c rossings at grade of city street s or county roads most urgently in need of separation , etc.
d) State Board of Equalization Statement of 1% Loca l Tax Distribution Advance Payment,
$170, 000.00.
RE: Communications from Planning Commi ssion for Information Only.
The following communications were received by the Board from the Planning Commission ,
for information only, and order ed placed on file:
a) Effective September 12, 1973, Planning Commission meetings will convene at 9 a. m.
and adjourn no later than 6 p. m.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on r equest of Robertson C. Scott for KDB Radio (73-
CP-53) to allow erection of small bui lding and tower to transmit KDB- FM radio signal on proper ty
located on the southwest s ide of Gibraltar Road, approximately 1 t miles east of Mission Canyon Road
and t mi le north of Mountain Drive, First District.
c) Denied request of Simonsen- LeMons Development Co. for a Conditional Use Permit
(73-CP-58) and Variance (73-V-47) r elative to entr ance gate signs at the Casa La Cumbre Development,
Vieja Drive, Goleta, Third Di strict.
d) Denied r equest of Santa Barbara National Bank (73-V-43) for a Variance to allow second
free-standing sign in Professional-Institutional District on the southwest corner of North Fairview
Avenue & Shirrell Way, Goleta, Third District.
RE: Approval of Bylaws of County Alcohol ism Advisory Board on Request of the Administrative
Officer.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and ca rried unanimously,
it is ordered that the r ecommendation of the Administrative Officer to continue subject matter to September
24, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, approved, inasmuch as most will be mandated professionals,
with one pub I ic official involved.
RE Report of County Auditor-Controller Relative to Fund Balances in County Service Area
#1 and County Service A r ea #31 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, r eferred to the Isla Vista Municipal Advisory
Counci I, for r eport back to the Board on September 11 , 1973 .

RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Biweekly
Salary Positions (Effective August 27, 1973, Eligible for September 1, 1973 for Various Departments).
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it i s order ed that the following resolution be, and the same is her eby, passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73589
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Biweekly
Salary Pos itions (Effective August 27, 1973, Eligible for September 1, 1973 , Public Emp loyment
Employees) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-590
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Proposed Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater , seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued unti I September 11, 1973.
RE: Report on Water Wei Is f r om Various County Water Districts.
Upon mot ion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimous ly,
it i s ordered that subject r epor t be, and the same is hereby, accepted for filing; and that Item No .
73, in conjunction thereof, Cachuma Conservation Release Board's letter as to r ecordation of ground
\Water extraction be, and the same is hereby, continued., to September 11 , 1973, at 10 a.m .
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RE Approval of Request of Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County for Clarification
of Roles and Responsibi I ities of the Commission in County Senior Citizen's Advisory Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to Supervisor Catterlin and
County Counsel for report and the matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to September 11,
1973 for submission of said report.
RE: Approval of Recommendation of the Director of Parks that the Board Authorize Goleta
COunty Water District to Proceed Immediately with Construction of Pressure Release Valve and Vault
on County Open Space East of Maria Ygnacia Creek and South of University Drive.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation of the Director of Parks be, and the same is hereby, confirmed;
authorizing the Goleta County Water District to proceed immediately with construction of subject vault
without intrusion into any existing road right-of-way. Also, that the Director of the Real Property
Division of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized to proceed to prepare the appropriate documents
for the granting of the necessary easements required for this work. The Parks Department will recommend
granting of this easement when appropriate documents have been prepared and it is therefore, ordered
that the request of the Goleta County Water District be approved in order that they may meet the deadline
of testing their "Well No. 311 in mid-September, as stated.
RE: Proposed Adoption of the Comprehensive Transportation Action Plan, Revised to 1973
by Santa Barbara County - Cities Area Planning Counci I.
Upon motion of' Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried,
with Supervisor Frost voting 11No11 , it is ordered that subject plan be, and the same is hereby, adopted.
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer on Off-Road Motorcycle Problem
in Goleta Valley and County-Wide.
Subject report report and recommendation was read by the Clerk in view of the problems
regarding noise, dust, ecological damage and trespassing.
The best method of handling the problem appears to be to initiate, on a trial basis, a
pilot off-road motorcycle enforcement program whereby the Sheriff's Department would use Countyowned
motorcycles and qua I ified, uniformed officers to patrol the areas that are identifiable as having
consistent violations of trespassing and noise, and would be initiated within the guidelines submitted
with subject report, which have been agreed to by the Sheriff.
County Counsel has indicated that there sufficient existing laws to enable effective enforcement
of the off-road motorcycle problem.
The best solution is to provide designated riding areas throughout the County where
off-road riding privi I iges could be pursued. One such area that could be considered and given further
study for off-road motorcycle usage is the 250-acre County-owned parcel behind the Taj iguas land
fi 11. With proper operating rules and regulations, this area could be developed into a suitable riding
park.
Operation, control and responsibility for such a park would not necessarily have to be
a County function. It could possibly be leased for a minimum fee to a responsible operator or, perhaps,
to a local motorcycle club. This would also apply to the Lompoc-Santa Maria area.
In conclusion, the fol lowing recommendations were submitted:
1) That the Board authorize a transfer from the Contingency to the Garage Equipment
and Motor Pool Account No. 2530, $2500.00 to purchase two 250 c.c. street legal 2- cycle dirt bikes,
and one motorcycle trailer capable of carrying two bikes. Maintenance costs wi 11 be charged to the
Sheriff's Transportation and Travel Account.
2) The Sheriff be instructed to select a supervisor and the required officers who will
be participating in the program.
3) The program guide I ines be adopted as recommended.
4) A further study be made by the Administrative Officer, Pub I ic Works Director and
Director of Parks regarding the acquisition of a riding area in North County and the possibility of
using Taj iguas land fi 11 area as a motorcycle for South County.
During the ensuing discussion, reference was made to a correction to the attached guidelines
for Sheriff's Department off-road motorcycle enforcement program under Item No. 4 where the Sheriff
has agreed to conduct this pi lot program with existing staff on off-time duty.
The Sheriff wil I have to give a periodic progress report and the minimum time would
be starting this time of year, so there nine months involved. The rainy period will be upcoming.
The Administrative Officer said he would I ike to see the trial program go through the summer of 1974.
It was pointed out that this program affects both the north and southern part of the County.
The $2500. 00 hereinabove-referred to, does not provide radio equipment for motorcycles, as this
type of vehicle will not be able to carry these. However, there will be the use of the walkie-talkie
apparatus.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations of the Administrative Officer, as contained in his report to
the Board, dated August 29, 1973 be, and the same are hereby, confirmed, as hereinabove-indicated,
and that a report be submitted to the Boe:ird on January 7, 1974 as to sites in the North and South County
areas for motorcycles.
RE: Recommendation of Agricultural Commissioner for Opposition to Senate Concurrent Resolution
No. 74 Relative to Phenoxy Herbicides.
Supervisor Frost suggested a one week continuation on subject matter as he felt it should
be further discussed with the Agricultural Commissioner.
Supervisor Catterl in was of the opinion that EQAA has nothing to do with the County and
the Board should fol low the Agricultural Commissioner's advice.
It was pointed out that the issue has now become joint resolution No. 35 and it is coming
up very rapidly.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried,
with Supervisor Frost abstaining due to lack of information, it is ordered th~t the recommendation
of the Agricultural Commissioner on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, confirmed; and the
Board passed the following resolution of opposition:
Resolution No. 73-591
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Report from Agricultural Commissioner on Feasibility of Study of Agriculture in County
as Requested by Santa Barbara County Farm Bureau.
The report of the Agricultural Commissioner indicated that the request of the County Farm
Burear for this study is a valid one as the statistical facts that are presently available have not been
compiled to answer this question. The Farm Bureau feels that they feel that a study of a more general
nature should be made, rather than one that is as technical as the present South Coast Agricultural
Land Study.
Supervisor Tunnell pointed out that the question was how the future agricultural growth
is related in the County to the need for imported water, if any. Will there be sufficient growth in agriculture?
in the County in future years, that they will have a bearing on the decision the County makes
on that State water plan project?
It was recommended that rather than the County undertake a study of the potential of
agriculture throughout the whole County, that the study be limited to the potential County-wide irrigated
agriculture.
The Agricultural Commissioner pointed out that, although there is soil and climate, there
is a lack of water in certain areas to produce high-yield crops.
Supervisor Tunnell pointed out that information should be made available as to how much
supplemental water wi 11 be needed and what agriculture can pay for this water.
In reply to an inquiry by Supervisor Frost, the Agricultural Commissioner pointed out
that grape vines are classified as irrigated, rather than dry farming. He also pointed out that there
is available dry land for dry farming now and is being used for new crops.
The Director of Pub I ic Works said that a County-wide land use report was submitted in
1966 and it is his department's intention to propose that this be done again in the Summer of 1974 to
reflect the changes.
Supervisor Catterlin was concerned as to who will do the study. The Agricultural Commissioner
said he would be willing to participate in a study and give available information, but his department
would not have al I of the information. There are many agencies or individuals to coordinate on this
aspect.
Supervisor Frost suggested contacting officials at Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo to see if
they would be interested in doing something on this study. Supervisor Tunnel I felt the study could
be made by County staff.

Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Director of Public Works
and the Agricultural Commissioner for report and recommendation back to the Board on September
17, 1973 as to how to proceed in preparing such a report and whether or not this can be accomplished
with County staff, plus other County departments, as needed.
RE:
1973-74,
Recommendation of County Auditor-Controller to Fix Allowance f9r Delinquency for
Special District Tax Rate Computations.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Auditor-Controller to fix the allowance for
delinquency for 1973-74 Special District Tax Rate Computations; pursuant to the County Budget
Act in Section 29100 of the Government Code be, and the same is hereby, confirmed; as listed
below:
(SEE LIST)
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September 4, 1973
RE: Resolution Establishing Santa Barbara County Rates of Tax
Twenty Third FY 1973-74 Along with Exhibit 11A 11 Showing Comparative
Tax Levies for FY 1972-73 Compared with FY 1973-74.
Levies of the One Hundred
Secure Tax Rate and Secured
In the report to the Board on subject matter the County Auditor-Control !er pointed
out that incorporated within 11A 11 are 262 rates. When extended, these rates will represent total
levy of $73,467,914.00. Of this total, by far the greatest factor involved is $44,535,518.00 for
the education sector, over which the Board has no financial control. Also, the Board has no
control over the $3, 984, 277. 00 for Special Districts under local boards. The remaining levy of
$21,075,071.00falls under the Board's control and is a resource for County Government, in the
amount of $17,235, 131.00 and Special Districts under the Board in the amount of $3,849,940.00.
The County Auditor-Controller requested adoption of subject resolution together with
its Exh~bit 11A 11
, as required by Article 5 of Chapter 1 of Division 3 of Title 3 (Section 29100,
et seq) of the California Government Code.

Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
 Resolution No. 73-592
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE Report from Director of Welfare on Review of Proposals for Homemaker Services under
State-Mandated Program.
The Welfare Director submitted the fol lowing proposals in his letter to the Board,
dated August 31 , 1973:
Visiting Nurse Service Northern Santa Barbara
County
Homemaker's Home and Health Care Service,
Upjohn Company
Visiting Home Services, Incorporated
Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara
County
Manpower, Incorporated
Certain elements were used in evaluating the proposals as outlined in subject report.
In considering the lowest hourly proposal, that of the Community Action Commission, the Board
would need to be appraised of the fact that on the Commission are three Board-appointed members -
the Welfare Director, County Auditor and the Mental Health Director. Section 27-20. 1 of the
County Code prohibits County officers and employees from engaging in activities which are inconsistent
or incompatable with their duties as County officers or employees. If the proposal of CAC
were to be accepted, this could result in placing the County officers hereinabove-indicated, in
a position where they would be in violation of the County Code.
The Welfare Director recommended, that if multiple contractors are to be considered,
a geographical division be made, and that the Lompoc, Santa Ynez and Santa Maria Valleys be
served by one contractor. As the Visiting Nurse Service has North County Offices to readily
expedite the program, they would be the logical contractor.
For the South Coast Area, the remaining providers have local offices and could expedite
the development of services in the Santa Barbara area. The next lowest estimate, other than
CAC, has been submitte~ by Manpower, Inc.
The Administrative Officer pointed out that CAC is funded in part by the allocation
of $200,000.00 in Revenue Sharing for the current fiscal year. The County-wide program is a
sizeable one and the amount of money required is substantial.
The Administrative Officer recommended that CAC be awarded the contract on a Countywide
basis. This is being done the same way as San Bernadino County and it has been confirmed
that it is a very successful operation.
Supervisor Catterl in explained that there appears to be a legal difficulty. CAC would
be wi II ing to modify its bylaws to reconstitute its Board of Directors to eliminate those members
who may be in conflict.
In reply to an inquiry by Supervisor Slater, the Administrative Officer said these
three persons are in charge of programs one way or the other, whose activities would be in conflict
sitting as a governing board, and as a contracting agency.
The County Auditor-Controller would be resigning due to his conflict of interest in
the Revenue Sharing al location. Supervisor Slater said pub I ic persons should serve.
During ensuing discussion, Roger Heroux of CAC reported that there are presently
21 members. The composition is outlined by the Federal Government: 1/3 are government officers,
1/3 are elected by the poor communities and 1/3 are elected or appointed by interest organizations.
Supervisor Clyde was appointed and then the Auditor-Control !er as the official members of the
Board of Supervisors. The Welfare Director and Health Director have been in this a number of
years as pub I ic officials. Those appointments could go to the City of Santa Barbara and Lompoc
City Counci I members who are sitting on the Commission by amendments to the bylaws. This
alleviates any conflicting conditions.
Robert D. Curiel, Chief Assistant County Counsel said that the County Code defines
the County official as performing certain duties in his official capacity. This was a condition
put in by the Board of Supervisors. The Auditor-Contoller would be auditing the accounts; the
Welfare Director would be enforcing or implementing the program, the same as the Health Director.
Mr. Herroux explained they have funds until next June and Congress will continue for another
three months . There are two bills passed by the Senate. Even if OEO funds are deleted, CAC
will not close its doors and will make their project self-sustaining in the operation of its program.
The Homemaker Services project is effective until June 30, 1974.
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Arthur Nelson, County Welfare Director, said his recommendation for approval is
based largely on the fact that the program has to implemented within the next nine days and his
letter of August 31, 1973, filed with the Board, is based on expediting a major program in a
short time. He has the office staff and space available for the North and South sections of the
County. CAC has County-wide offices and will use their ability to carry the administrative functions.
The Administrative Officer, in recommending the Visiting Nurses of Northern Santa Barbara County,
explained they have been doing a similar type of service for many years.
Catherine Carry of the Visiting Nurses Incorporated, spoke regarding the financial
reports. They are a voluntary, non-profit agency giving free nursing care and therapy for the
entire County, and they have a staff to train people and are well qualified to undertake thi program.
T he cost of this association is $4. 13 per hour vs. $2. 95 of CAC, and the difference in cost was explained.
The Welfare Director explained that all the organizations submitting proposals were

under the same problem due to the State change mid-stream in the definitions on this and the
potential contractors had to modify their proposals. In regard to the definition of CHORE. This
was ambiguous and the cost estimates were not entirely accurate. Ms. Cary thought they could
do a good job on this type of program for homemakers and CHORE.

Mr. Peter Gottheiner, President of Visiting Home Services, spoke on his coordination
with the Welfare Director on the CHORE services and he was supposed to hear from other agencies
and he was surprised to hear other agencies were not aware of this. His organization already
has 6 contracts with counties for homemaker services. Concerning the rating, he was surprised
to see such difference between the CAC, Visiting Nurses Association and the other agencies.
To provide high service, it requires a lot of supervision and a lot of personnel. He didn't feel
that the rate offered by CAC of $2. 95 per hour would provide adequate staffing and other expenses.
His organization is one of 6 services. People are not employed and sent to homes. His groups
supervise the services and render the service and their integrity can be confirmed.
Mr. Dee Hagenberger, representing the Upjohn Company Home and Health Care Services,
pointed out they are operating under contracts throughout the State. Cost being the primary
issue, he made certain comments about dealing with State regulations that need to be completely
redefined. To be honest, his organization submitted the rate that would have to abide by the
standards of the prior rate. If it is reduced, it would be a reduction of the homemaker service.
The CHORE service is nothing new - is has been going since 1971. The CHORE service rate
is lower than the Homemaker program. The present service required an overlay of supervision
and must have an involvement with professional discipline.
The total number of hours is an estimate on the original definition of a CHORE service
client, and there is a specific need to screen clients. He has reduced the average number of
hours for a client for each contract.
His organization can better provide service and reduce the number of hours of services
provided as they maintain an expeditious manner with the staff.
The objective would
for service in the client's home.
get clients off the welfare roles.
be to provide a more effective service, requiring less hours
In offering their service, they feel $2.00 per hour will not
Supervisor Catterl in raised a question as to whether or not there should be 2 contracts
for the northern and southern parts of the County.
Supervisor Tunnel I was of the opinion that the bids received were not too informative.
It is not clear that they will provide the precise same service. There is a very large grey area.
There must be an efficient administration of this program. He didn't think that, thus far, CAC
has indicated that it has the ability or staff to administer this entire program on a County-wide
basis.
Roger Heroux of CAC said they have the capacity to handle the program. There
will be no lower quality than that which the County anticipates to be provided. At one time CAC
was the only full time nuitrtionist in the whole homemaker program.
It was stated that the CAC rate will go up as there are other types of criteria in
CAC in serving the poor people. His agency has demonstrated that they can carry on efficiently.
The success of the program is that the contractor will have the ability to deal with poor and minority
people.
Supervisor Tunnell said he finds it hard to accept this big reform program under
HR-1 to make a shift of one form of governmental agency or another, as he doesn't feel it will
result in a more efficient program than what exists today.
Mr. Roger Heroux explained that the attendant care program, now being administered
by the County, is rather weak and explained his feelings.
Supervisor Slater was in favor of the program, but wondered if the County can afford
the luxury at the expense of the taxpayer, on such a comparision in the rates offered for the
services.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried, with
Supervisor Catterlin voting 11No11
, the following resolution was passed and adopted to award the
contract to CAC to June 30, 1974 at a rate of $2. 95 per hour:
Resolution No. 73-593
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Supervisor Frost that Processing of Al I Requests for R-4 Land
Use Riders include a Review of the General Plan.
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Subject recommendation was submitted inasmuch as a 9-unit apartment bui lding in
an R-4 zone was given a zoning c learance, but that the square feet per dwelling (1, 533) was
substantially below the General Plan minimum square footage of 2, 188.
The Planning Director explained that the Board should consider the fol lowing:
1) Zoning clearance was issued on the basis of complying with the provisions of
Ordinance No. 661 .
2) A review of the general plan in connection with R-4 land use riders will require
ordinance amendments.
3) The problem wi II be resolved at such time as the general plan-zoning has been
achieved.
Supervisor Frost explained that AB 1301 requires the zoning to be consistent with
the General Plan and, in this case, zoning was not consistent as far as definitions of square footage
are concerned. 1,500 square feet is not consistent with 2100 sq. ft.
The Planning Director reiterated that the County is in the process of achieving consistency
at this tim~ and should be accomplished by December 31, 1973. He would conclude that in the
case referred to, that it is inconsistent and he is required by ordinance, with all other factors
combined, to issue the clearance.
Supervisor Frost referred to an inquiry by the South Central Coast Regional Commission
regarding granting of permits in connection with inconsistencies under the provisions of Ordinance
No. 661 and the General Plan as they presently exist. The Planning Director was not aware of
the particular property involved but assumed it was in Summerland.
Supervisor Catterl in suggested that this matter be held in abeyance unti I the County
staff has completed the mandate of AB 1301 regarding "consistency". If an individual makes an
application for a building project which is in comp I iance with al I the zoning ordinances, it seems
that all the requirements have been met.
Superivsor Tunnell explained that the reason for the extension of the dead I ine to
meet the requirements of AB 1301 was that there were so many inconsistencies between zoning
and the general p lan al I over the State, it should be extended from a practical standpoint.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Planning
Director for further evaluation and submit his report upon completion of the "consistency" project
required under AB 1301.
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer on General Plan Consultant Selection
Process and Cost of General Plan Preparation by County Staff.
The Clerk read subjest report which contained comments on responses of the other
firms, general plan preparation "in-house", selection procedures, and the following recommendations:
1) Authorization for County Counsel to prepare a contract
with the firm of Livingston & Blayney, in the amount
of $410.000.00.
2) Approve augmentation of County Planning Department
staff, in the amount of $50, 000. 00, as out Ii ned in the
Administrative Officer's communication, dated August 3,
1973, to the Board.
Attached to subject report was an "In-House" Cost Estimate 30-Month General Plan
Program, totalling $524,500.00.
The following communications were filed with the Clerk:
Citizen's Planning Association - in favor of retaining the
services of Livingston & Blayney although some .changes
should be made in the proposal, as submitted.
Tax-Action Association of Santa Barbara County - protesting the proposed hiring
of these consu ltants as being excessive, exhorbitant and unnecessary.
Mission Linen Supply, by Terence P. Daly, Treasurer - in opposition to hiring Livingston
& Blayney as this will be a repitition of the present general plan created 10 years
ago, and has proven to be a deception as it created difficulties and has ruined property
owners throughout the County.
Robert Martin, Chairman, Goleta Valley General Plan Advisory Committee - strongly
suggested that the Board consider doing ~ least the revisions to the land use and
circulation elements "in-house" with augmented staff. Also, that if consultants are
retainted to do the more technical elements, that they direct their work by a detailed
work program which identifies clear-cut objectives of the work and "milestones" to
which citizens can relate in order to evaluate the progress of the report.
This program should be produced in conjunction with the General Plan Advisory Committees
for the various County areas.
Peter Bakewel I, Chairman of the Montecito Citizens' General Plan Advisory Committee -
the Committee's opinion is that the "Housing Element" is of prime importance to this
program and should be considered by the consultants with sufficient augmentation
of the County Planning staff to assure close communication with the General Plan Advisory
Committees, and other citizen's groups.
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John Tevenan, Chairman of the Goleta Valley Citizens' Planning Group - the Clerk
read subject communication iindicating this Group is a coalition of various homeowner's
associations, and had a general meeting on the proposal of Livingston & Blayney. The
Group voted unanimously to support the position taken by the Goleta Valley General Plan
Advisory Committee, and it is hoped that agreement can be reached on certain important
issues spelled out in the communication which will allow the work of the consultants to
proceed as originally scheduled.
James E. Gray, Chairman, Carpinteria-Summerland General Plan Advisory Committee -
in support of the I etter of recommendation to the Board, dated August 15, 1973, from the
Goleta Valley General Plan Advisory Committee, inasmuch as it is believed that it would
be a mistake to establish one committee to determine the goals for the entire County. Serious
consideration should also be given to the comments on "Trend Planning". Input from the
advisory committees should help form the consultants' view, not the other way around.
The Planning Director commented on one of the recommendations contained in the
letter from the Goleta Valley Citizen's Planning Group, to-wit: "The citizen input structure proposed
by the consultants should be revised to reflect the existing structures of General Plan Advisory
Committees and the great diversity which exists between the northern and southern portions of
the County." He said that there will be problems relating to communication but felt it worthwhile
to set it up in that manner.
Supervisor Tunnell considered the feasibility for the 7 various General Plan Advisory
Committee to act in the same manner in which they have always been intended - as advisory to
the Planning Commissioner, regarding their own respective areas.
The Planning Director replied that the only difference is that there would be a substitution
of the existing 7 Committees for the over-all County proposed by Livingston & Blayney, and
this substitution is substantial and should be done. However, the 7 Committees can handle the
job as far as the Planning Commission is concerned, through proper coordination.
Supervisor Slater asked if any of this part of the discussion has been coordinated
with Livingston & Blayney about working the 7 General Plan Advisory Committees. The Planning
Director reported that the consultants will work with whatever contact the Board desires.

It was explained that the contract with the consultants will set a maximum of $450,000.00
for the work, but anything over the lower figure of $410,000.00 proposed by the consultant will
need prior approval of the Board, with the required justification.
Chairman Beattie said that Mr. Livingston felt the 7 General Plan Advisory Committees
would coordinate through the Planning Commission rather than form a new County-wide committee.
Supervisor Frost indicated that his subcommittees of the General Plan Advisory Committee
for his District are ready and wi 11 ing to go with the citizen's input process.
Supervisor Frost tossed in a suggestion concerning the use of an approved ballot
initiative saying that no subdivisions or multiple dwel I ing units could be approved outside the
incorporated areas, thereby substantially reducing the  workload of the consultants. He felt that,
at the moment, this is a remote possibility but worth considering.
The Planning Director replied that it might reduce the workload of the consultants,
but it would increase the workload of County Counsel. Supervisor Frost asked why it could not
be specified as a caveat in the contract with the consultants. The Administrative Officer rep I ied
that it would not have that big an effect on the work they would have to do to make any substantial
difference in the contract.
Supervisor Frost reported that the people he has contacted, State-wide, have said
that $! million is an appropriate figure to be working around on a general plan. If the Board
is prepared to spend that much money, the best consultants should be retained, and that is why
Livingston & Blayney would be the logical ones to be retained under contract, as they rank third
State-wide.
Chairman Beattie, in expressing his opposition to this particular proposal to retain
Livingston & Blayney, said this Board could not gamble on the future. Mr. Livingston admitted
there would be a need to completely redo this again later on. The County should be able to work
with an updated general plan with less money. The Board should not have to go through this
every 5 to 7 years. This expenditure is a ridiculous waste of the taxpayer's money.
The Administrative Officer explained that mo.re than half was to complete general
plan elements mandated by the State. He still maintains it is a good procedure and an economic
one to do the whole plan. He pointed out that it would cost the County $524, 000. 00 if the County
does the work itself, requiring 30 months to complete, whereas the consultants can get the job
done within 18 months.
It was also pointed out that the County is faced with a December 31, 1973 State deadline
to prepare the conservation and open space elements of the new plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried,
with Supervisor Beattie voting "No", it is ordered that the recommendations contained in the report
of the Administrative Officer, dated August 28, 1973, as hereinabove-indicated, to authorize County
Counsel to prepare a contract with the firm of Livingston and Blayney, in the amount of $410,000.00
and to approve augmentation of the County Planning Department staff in the amount of $50, 000. 00
as previously outlined to the Board be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
It is further ordered that the 7 General Plan Advisory Committees throughout the
County be, and they are hereby, designated as the individual contacts to work with Livingston
& Blayney with reference to obtaining input from County-wide organizations and citizens within
their respective areas.
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RE: Consideration of Proposed M-1-B Changes as They Relate to the General Plan.
Reference was made to the action taken by the Board on August 6, 1973, when it
rejected a proposed ordinance relative to modifications of the M-1-B changes (73-0A-14) and further
continued the N-1-B change aspect to this date.
During the ensuing discussion, it was suggested that subject matter be referred to
the Planning Department staff so that they might evaluate every piece of property currently zoned
M-1-B throughout the County and come back with recommendations on parcel-to-parcel basis on
alternatives, and alternatives of the zoning ordinances which was proposed but which the Planning
Commission never considered. It was suggested that subject matter be continued to determine
whether or not the general p lan would be done "in-house" or otherwise the the consultants should
be making these reports.
The Planning Director informed the Board that, based on the information, the property
description and property owner, the Planning Department could present such a report to the Board
in 6 weeks.
Attorney Arthur A. Henze II, representing the West Goleta Property Owner's Association
who have M-1-B property, for which industrial and commercial uses are allowed. He said the
Board should solve the "consistency" problem of AB 1301 and suggested it be handled by putting
a general plan designation on this property to connercial-industrial or make a determination that
commercial uses are consistent with the industrial park general plan which has been done in other
cities.
Supervisor Cattel in said the second problem being discussed is what to do with the
possible zone changes in thie area. He strongly felt that the approach is to refer it to the consultants
as this concerns a major change - there are 1, 353 acres in the County involved. He recommended
that the Board solve the "consistency" p~oblem by one of 2 methods, including the matter of
the M-1-B zoning and ultimate rezonings of these properties to be referred to the consultants.
However, the Planning Director felt that, in disagreeing with Attorney Henzell's proposal,
it would not be appropriate to favor the definition of industrial park with commercial uses, and
referral to the consul tants would delay a decision. He felt that commercial uses of M-1-B are
proper and this is the third time that the general situation has come before the Board.
Attorney Henzell contended that the County Counsel has not said the Board is not
in a position to make text changes or changes in designations, and there is no question in his
mind that that is permissive under AB 1301. If done so in the agricultural zone, why not here?
Supervisor Catterlin felt the Planning Director and staff should be directed to consider
every piece of real property located in the County currently zoned as M-1-B and report back
to the Board with recommendations. The Planning Director said this would have to go back to
the Planning Commission f irst.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Planning
Director and staff to submit recommendations, as outlined, to the Planning Commission and, at
the same time, they be submitted to the Board on October 15, 1973.
It is further ordered that the members of the Board be furnished copies of the report
at the same time it is rendered to the Planning Commission.

RE: Acceptance of Letter of Resignation from Wi 11 iam F. E 11 iot of Santa
Santa Barbara County Senior Citizen's Advisory Commission.
Maria as Member
of the
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell,. and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that the letter of resignation from Mr. William Elliot be, and the same
is hereby, accepted; and that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and dtrected to transmit
a letter of thanks to Mr. Elliot for his services.
RE: Requests for Appropriation, Cancel lation or Revision of Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried
unanimously, the following requests for appropriation, cancellation or revision of funds are hereby
approved, in the budget classifications and amounts shown, and the County Auditor be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed to make the necessary transfers:
***PRIOR YEAR***
Transfer No. 627
SHERIFF-DETENTION FACILITIES
From:
10. 2-A-1 Salaries
Transfer No. 631
Fifth District Office
From:
39-A-15
39-B-9
39-B-3
39-B-14
Retirement Contri.
Mtce. Equipment
Communications
Office Expense

SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS
$3,000.00
$221.25
50.00
263.21
67.52

To:
102-B-5
102-B-6
102-B-17
To:
39-B-23
September 4, 1973
Food ~.oa
Household Expense
Rents & Leases, Equip.
Utilities
$2,000.00
800.00
200.00
601.98
o/V

 
Transfer No. 632
S. B. CO. FLOOD CONTROL & WATER
CONSERVATION DISTRICT MATCE .
From:
360 Approp. for Cont.
Transfer No. 642
COUNTY COUNSEL
From:
16- B-3
16- B-22
16-B-20
16-A-1
Communications
Trans & Travel
Special Dept. Expense
Regular Salaries
September 4, 1973
T o:
$70.00 360-B-22
$150 .00
$1 10.00
$130.00
$200.00
To:
16-B-14
Transfer No. 643
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER/MENTAL HEALTH
Trans. & T ravel $70 .00
Office Expense $590 .00

From:
151- B- 15Y Accounting Systems
Service
To:
$4, 000. 00 5-D-1 Cost Applied $4,000.00
CURRENT YEAR
Transfer No . 30
PETROLEUM
From:
4050/7650 Special Dept. Expense $2, 001 . 00
Transfer No. 40
PUBLIC WORKS- REFUSE
From:
5511 /8600
'
Transfer No. 42
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
From:
General Fund (Safety )
Emergency Emp . Act (Safety
General Fund (Regular)
Road Fund
Petroleum Dept. Fund
Emergency Empl . Act-5 Fund
Emergency Emp. Act-6 Fund
Trns. Wkg. Capital Fund
$16,000.00
$31,004.71
181 . 11
73,505.45
5,230.72
137 .04
830 .51
486 .31
376.77
S. B. Co. Air Poll. Cont. Di st. Fund 260.01
S. B . Co. Fld . Cont. & Wtr. Cons.
Dist. Mtce Fund
Laguna Co. San. Dist. Gen. Fund
1,492.52
194.70
T o:
0045
T o:
5511 /8600
To:
Petroleum General
Reserve
Employees' Retirement Fund
$2,001.00
$16,000 .00
$113,699.85
RE: Resolution on Fire-Flow Requirements for Subdivision and Other Land-Use Requirements.
Supervisor Frost presented and r ead subject proposed resolution which i s the result
of the previous Board referrals to the County agencies and special districts for comments. It
wi l l supply the County with valuable information any time an added condition is desired to be
added.
Supervisor Tunnel I reported that al I of the Santa Maria area of the County appear s
to be in concurrence except Lake Marie Water Company or some other private water company.
He suggested sending this proposed resolution to all private and public fire and water districts
to see that they have any comments on this r esolution before the Board.
Supervisor Frost pointed out the importance of the adoption of this r esolution as being
a policy matter.
Robert D. Curiel, Chief Assistant County Counsel, gave some background on subject
matter and referr ed to an earlier letter of June 29, 1973 which summarized the matter.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and ca rried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted the fo l lowing resolution on subject matter , as submitted by Supervisor
Frost, with the idea that conditions can be added thereto as required:
Resolution No. 73-594
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Urging State Historic Plaque for Lobero Theatre Building through the California
Historical Landmarks Advisory Committee; and Execution and Submission of Application for Registration
of Historical Landmark.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it i s ordered that the following r esolution be, and the same is her eby, passed and adopted; and
that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Application, as submitted for approval by Mrs. B . C. (Eileen) Dismuke, representing t he Tierra
de Oro Parlor No. 304, N.G.G.W. (Native Daughters of the Golden West) for transmittal to the
California Historical Landmarks Advisory Committee:
Resolut ion No. 73-595
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

September 4, 1973
The Board recessed unti I 2 o'clock, p. m.

At 2 o'clock, p.m., the Board reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James F. Slater, Francis H. Beattie,
and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the -Chair
RE: Allowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the fo llowing
c laims be, and the same are hereby allowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the
fund designated on the face of each claim, respectively, to-wit:
(Claims List)




AC '" t 87
7/73
 AUDl:fOR-CONfROLLER'S WARRANT REG!STER ~ . c-~':;~
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PAYEE/REMARKS
Th Anchor Packing Ccpany
Applied Buein Printinq
Bancroft-Whitney Company
Beard Motor COll(ny, Inc.
Robert J. Bell Ccmpany
Stat of Calif. Dept. of Gen. Servic 
Stat of Calif. Dept. of Gen. Servicu
Channel Paper company
Chef' Vendor, Inc.
Concept Media
Th County Lumber Cmapany
El Paeeo Appliance
Federal Sign & Siqnal corp.
Goleta Valley Today
House Paper Company
Mark Bm'd
I B M Corp.
v Mueller
Mlugrove P  t Control
&ew-Pr PWliabing Co.
ott
Ortho Diagnostics
Parts Depot, Inc.
Picker corp.
c. D. Reily Machin Works
Will Ro Inc.
s. B. M~tor Part, Inc.



DATE September 4. 19 3 PAID
CURRENT

AMOUNT
93  13
324.31
301.90
4,235.77
161.12
105.93
86.39
265.40
2,114.87
6.30
238.43
19.08
55.94
NUMBER
4702
4703
4704
4705
4706
4707
4708
4709
4710
4711
4712
4713
4714
127.77 4715
6.60
541.14
29.68
415.79
394.44
37.66
375.49
150.66
23.18
14 87
308.11
S.53
1,331.15
80.74
3.59
4716
4717
4718
4719
4720
4721
4722
4723
4724
4725
4726
4727
4728
4729
4730
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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, AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PA YEE/REMARKS
s. B. Off ic Supply
s. B. Of tic Supply
Scharer Campany
Simplex Ti, Jtecor~r Company
Sardan-Batchar Company
SCM Corporation
Southern Pacific Milling
Varaity Bike Shop
Weaten' Canara
Wood SyatLittle
Audry'
Mr. Mary Azevedo
Atma Barbour
Ccwpany
William c. Barnett, c.s.R.
Robert L. Bri9den, PhD. 
Cedars of Lebanon Boapital
Dr. Gary Crawford
Willi- A. Davidaon. M. D.
E. T. Feldated, M. D.
General Telephone Co.
Jam c. Gil, M. D.
Barriaon Gill, M. D.
David JC. Gordin, M. D.
Robert T. Grattan, M. D.
Thoma Rencby
Th Haider Mortuary
Elmo a. Innocenti
Dr. Herbert Jaoltlow
lled R. Johnaon, M. D.
Reil JCarp, M. D.
Beracbell Iaufmann, M. D.
David X.tta, M. D.
Paul R. L, M. D.
Lompoc Boapital

I
DATE Sept911lber 4, 19
AMOUNT
510.67
235.89
1.033.50
6.86
1,329.11
738.00
20.44
16.35
101.86
132.40
59.07
17.50
120.00
266.76
75.00
8.00
33.84
33.84
33.84
509.16
7.00
8.00
135.36
39.48
30.00
195.00
so.oo
8.00
8.00
39.48
39.00
24.00
84.60
39.20
NUMBER
4731
4732
4733
4734
4735
4736
4737
4738
4739
4740
4741
4742
4743
4744
4745
4746
477
4748
4749
4750
4751
4752
4753
4754
4755
4756
4757
4758
4759
4760
4761
4762
4763
4764
J PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

'
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7/73

~AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
T. D. Lo\agbri.n, M. D.
J.raae Mar.:rt.in, M. D.
Robert J. Ott:oboni, M. D.
Son9 W. Pak, M. D.
Robert Parker, M. D.
Donald s  Pat.teraon, M. D.
Profional X-Ray
Willi- A. Rack, M. D.
Stanley Reic:henber9, II. D.
John M. 1Ucbrd8, M. D.
Prank Sehlo.on
W. Gordon Sith, M. D.
Stat of California Depr. of Mental By'J
Sunburet C01111unity Store
Bora cie B. Taylor
Valley Medical Group
VaUCJhn w. w  teraeyer, M. D.
Ben White
Tarry Willi  , M. D.
Alexander Z~erhraun, a. D.
A A Plywood & Door
Allerican Bopital Supply
Ann Arbor Publiah.ra, Inc.
Don Araatron9 Lock & Mover
Arrowhead Puritaa Waters
Biabop Caapnny
Burrougha Corporation
BrO'lning-Ferria Induatriea

AMOUNT
8.00
16.00
8.00
16.00
58.23
8.oo
60.00
98.32
86.96
28.00
28.20
25.00
247.70
1,162.25
39.10
41.17
NUMBER
4765
4766
4767
4768
4769
4770
4771
4772
4773
4774
4775
4776
4777
4778
4779
4780
36.13 4781
48.15
33.84
96.03
43.53
8.00
52.78
267.37
252.31
13.94
90.04
89.03
288.56
117.10
4782
4783
4784
4785
4786
4787
4788
4789
4790
4791
4792
4793
4794
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


 
AC  t S7
7/73
'  . AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PAYEE/REMARKS
Calif. Bleet.ronic Police Equipment
Capitol Hardware
C & H -.r'ket
Channel Dipo-1 Co.
Channel Paper co.
CIBA
Coaat Roe1t Product. Inc.
Continental Bnvel.ope Corp.
Martin DePiazzi
BUtectic-Caatolin Inatitute
Penwal Lahoratori 
Goleta 'l'raetor Service
Halprin Supply co.
Beinricba Equipnent
Henry Publication
Hoechst Pbarmaceutieala, Inc.
Bopper, Inc.
IMS

Co.
The International Tranaac:tional Analy.
K & B COnatruction
Otto JCrenzin
Kimber Parlla, Inc.
Ler Supply Co.
Lee & Beal, Inc.
ura Vinyl Service
Miaaion Concrete Product
Miaaion Paint & Art
"aore' Dept. Store
Parke-Davia & Ccmpany
& Delinqumcy
PAID
DATE Septrh'r 4, 19 ) CURRENT
AMOUNT
96.99
6.61
10.01
28.61
11.94
194.47
19.66
362.04
1.44
52.13
22.90
40.51
137.80
33.25
26.50
71.90
317.79
180.00
12.00
4,885.00
339.23
33.80
192.98
142.40
9.50
10.39
8.98
S.55
15.00
65.42
NUMBER
4795
4796
4797
4798
4799
480
4801
4802
4803
4804
4805
4806
4807
4808
4809
4810
4811
4812
4813
4814
4815
4816
4817
4818
4819
4820
4821
4822
4823
'824
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
'
'
,
A C - t 17
7/7S
,
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Pfeiler Tr~k & Tractor Sal 
Leonard Pickett, Inc 

P. Morton Pitt Co.
Plaza Auto Part
RCA coma. Syat- Diviaion
Riek Contaiiler co.
Sacranto l!lwaletter. Inc.
Sandos PbarllacMitical
City of Santa Barbara
s. B. Janitor Sqpply Co.
Valley Barclware
Scientific Product.
'!'he Sbuwin-Willi- Co.
Soatbern Detectives. Inc. of C.lif.
B. R. Squibb & Sona
'l'anc!y Leather Co.
3 M Buaina Produ.cta Co.
Valley GarbafJe & Rubbiab Co.
Wallace Machinery Co.
Warner-chilcott
w  t PablihinCJ co.
Allbaadro Laundry
Charlott Benton 'fax Servicea
Continental Telephone co. of Calif.
CSAC County Modernization co.
I'kaye Dendo
J- B. Franklin
Goleta Ctetery Diat.
Goleta Co. Water Dist.

PAID
DATE Sept-.ber ' 19 3 cuRRENT
AMOUNT
75.74
120.86
153.78
1.40
1.289.40
62.79
25.00
445.94
330.22
287.09
24.85
180.30
62.94
50.00
341.64
570.62
277.83
NUMBER
4825
4826
4827
4828
4829
4830
4831
'832
4833
4834
4835
4836
4837
4838
4839
4840
4841
162.09 4842
50.30
373.88
173.13
87.41
277.76
562.00
164.79
1,209.00
25.00
33.60
159.lS
2.681.08
4843
4844
4845
48"6
4847
4848
4849
4850
4851
4852
4853
4854

MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
 \



-

A C - t 17
7/73
'
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND Gsnsral
PAYEE/REMARKS
'l'he Haider Mortaary
Mr. Viola Barria
Romn A. Bitcblaan
J. E. Lswia
Jerome LUbin,. 11. D 
Warren J. llewawanger,. M. D.
Robert A. Ritchie
Dorothy Rath
S. B . tional Banlt
s. B. Semana Baatica Aaan.
Suaan Treacher
Viking Travel Service
Aerojet Medical & Biological Syatta
ALOE
Aller ican Psychiatric Aa80.
Analyt,. Inc.
Arrow PhOt.o Piniher
Atlas Gaa Service
Bancroft-Whitney Co.
Baron' Buak1- & Braavar
W. T. Bennett Ranch tab.
Britol x ah.
Calif. Blectronic Police Bqaii-ent Co.
State Aaembly Rulea Colla.
Capel Klang Companie
Carpinteria Herald
Ed Cox Garage
Dictate & Duplicate
Baatman Kodak Co.
Electrolux

DATESeptwnber 4. 197
AMOUNT
390.00
38.70
3.80
12.85
54.00
1,.077.00
3.50
49.99
551.00
1,.875.00
3.75
26.22
331.89
1,.393.79
21.40
30.40
73.78
210.39
91.45
11.53
20.71
590.65
228.67
7.50
84.52
4.50
14.00
152.13
28.81
16.43
NUMBER
4855
4856
4857
4858
4859
486
4861
4862
4863
4865
4866
4867
4868
486
487
487
4872
4873
487
487
4876
487
4878
487
488
488
4882
4883
488
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC  IS7
7/73

~  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PAYEE/REMARKS
Gaylord Brothers, Inc. 
Gardner-Myer Cozp.
Rullan lleaourcea Reaerch Organization
Byland Laboratories, Inc.
Ingram Paper
IPCO Boapital Supply Corp.
Johnaon & Jphnaon
lClein-Jfort.on Co.
lClein-llorton Co.
R. s. randauer Jr. & Co.
Lolll'OC corct Publicationa

Marshal' Aaaoc:iation Publication
McJlei l J,aborator, Inc.
Merch Sharp & Dolme
Appleton-Century crofts -
Miion Off ice Eoudpment 
Moore Bu.sin   Forms, Ine.
Th Rational Aaaociation for court NW.
Rational Pire Protection Aaao.
Oldenkamp Co.
Pacif ie Drug Dist. Inc.
Paden' Paint Store
Pion  r Flag Co.
Pitney Bowu
R. c. s., Inc.
"""' Prank L. Robinson Co.
City Clerk
S.B. Office Supply
S.B. Saw Service
PAID
DATE Sapt.rtr 4, 19 3 CURRENT
AMOUNT
51.30
60,34
411.75
3.00
98.96
698.89
31.80
392.02
71.23
28.78
17.15
'69.03
25.20
89.04
264.61
530.08
15.01
66.00
260.20
20.00
29.80
179.33
336.51
50.35
74.20
110.00
65.00
1,028.58
31.50
160.34
NUMBER
4885
4886
4887
4888
4889
4890
4891
4892
4893
4894
4895
4896
4897
4898
4899
4900
4901
4902
4903
4904
4905
4906
4907
4908
4909
4910
4911
4912
4913
4914
4915
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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   AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PAYEE/REMARKS
Santa Ylaa Valley Hardware
Schauer Printing Co.
SCM Corp.
Sircbie Pinger Print t.ah  Inc 
Smar"an-Batcher Co.
SJ & F Co.
Solvang Nill & IA1llber
Staceya
Sap1r Yarn Jmrt
'l'ri-cpu.nty Sal Inc.
UpJohn Company
VWR Scientific
Jlorman B. Caldwell
Antony JobnCbapman
Bruce Dodd
General Telephone co.
taniel G. Grant
s. Jon Gqincta. Judge Muni Crt.
Tc.a Hanna
Matilda Ben4riclta
John B. Boaaaclt & Aaso.
"arvin L1vine
Jodge Solvang Crt.
Walter B. Martin. M. D.
Mavia Mitchell
Lloyd Boaker
Pacific Gaa & Electric co.
ity of Santa Maria
thern Calif. Gaa Co.
PAID
DATE smber  19 3 CURRENT
AMOUNT
58.62
201.40
40.97
59.04

234.81
746.81
36.77
6.20
39.91
176.38
211.58
424.66
6.00
5.53
32.90
10.700.19
25.00
14.00
25.00
60.55
55.00
5.50
4.40
120.00
7.95
42.12
1. 072.12
330.00
NUMBER
4916
4917
4918
4919
4920
4921
4922
4923
4924
4925
4926
4927
4928
4929
4930
4931
4932
4933
4934
4935
4936
4937
4938
4939
4940
4941
4942
4943
.000.00 4944
308.80
582.96
4945
4946
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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"AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND General
PAYEE/REMARKS
Donna Thi  en
United Calif. Bank 
Aeura Bnterpriau of s. B.
Varit.yper
MQltigraphic Diviion
Allbroae Mill & Lamber Co.
raerican BaJreri  Co.
The w. B. Anderson Co.
Appliecl Buain Printinq
Aqua-Flo Supply
Arden Dairy Pood
Arrewbead Puritaa Waters
Arrowhead Puritaa Water
Robert J. Bell Company
Matthew Bender & ec.pany. Inc.
Bill' Sign Sbop

Boothe Computer Corp.
Brittain' Stationery & Office Supply
Bryant & 'l'rott CGmpany
State Board of Bqaali.Zation
carnation Co.
Channel Radio S-.pply Co.
conaolidated Bleetrical Diet  Inc.
County of Santa Barbara. Calif.
Dept. of Tranap6rtation
Craviotto Electric Service eo.
Davidaon Meat Co.
Parr COllpally
Pila ecanicatora
Freezrite, Inc.

PAID
DATE Sept-m'ber 4, 19 3 CURRENT
AMOUNT
21.00
31.66
68.90
47.67
1.225.88
39.78
NUMBER
4947
4948
4949
4950
4951
4952
46.92 4953
103.86
11.50
688.22
30.64
1.634.99
47.83
55.00
349.10
79.SO
175.96
47.39
69.71
3.03
116.60
570.95
114.90
1.40
38.66
12.25
837.04
159.00
199.93
61.00
4954
4955
4956
4957
4958
4959
4960
4961
4962
4963
4964
4965
4966
4967
4968
4969
4970
4971
4972
4973
4974
4975
4976
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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I  
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
Gilforn Inatru.ent Iraboratori. Inc.
Goleta Valley San
Griffin StMl & Sapply Co.
Bl.mer W. Griaet & Son
Pred Griawold Co  , Inc.
Bawlett Packard


Kelly-Moor am 111Pro-nment Center
Knadaen Food Produeta
xwr and .Ma
Miaaion Linen Supply Industrial *4
Moore Mill & Ltter Co.
Motor Track Diatribut.or Co.
H.,._Pr Publiahing Co.
.,11-Pr Publiahing co.
Olivera' Auto Part
Pacific Mailing Bqui19ent Corp 
Quality Co1-Pak, Inc.
Reference r.boratory
s. B. Carbonic Gaa Service
S. B. Fire Equipment
s. B. Glaaa Co.
SolV&llCJ Concrete & Conatruc:tion
Spectra Biological
Santa Maria Refrigeration co.
Stndard Oil co.
Suburban Rubbish Co.
Walter'
Edward Weck & Co., Inc.
lfeat Valley Veterinary Clinic:
AMOUNT

39.00
2.72
47.62
.
4,008.92
51.86
71.55
7.80
42.48
44.00
20.38
66.52
62.72
365.11
13.48
12.73
461.84
24.00
26.50
14  42
6.82
36.00
18.50
22.80
28.50
494.43
42.60
4,445.00
337.21
52.50
NUMBER
4977
4978
4979
4980
4981
4982
4983
4984
4985
4986
4987
4988
4989
4990
4991
4992
4993
4994
. 4995
4996
4997
4998
4999
5000
5001
5002
5003
5004
5005
5006
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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FUND Qeneral
PAYEE/REMARKS
Xerox Corp.
David Abel. M. D.
Walter Va. Alvea
Katbryn Boc.19
Richard Brook
Loui Brown. M. D.
c. D. Conetruction Co.
State of calif. Dept. of Juatic
Calif. Toxico1ogy Service
Trinidad Caatillo
Lou Grant. Cl i ld Parent Workshop
Children Soap. of L. A.
COllllUllity 'nbulance
Karen Davidaon. M. D.
Paul Fleiecbauer
Florea Barber Shop
Haney Foater
General Telephone Co.

Goleta Vall.y C~ity Boepital
Hilda Gonzalez
Induatrial Silver Co.
JC-Mart Foode
City of Lollpoc
Marian Makaiaawics
Ronald Mayuir 
Raami Moore
R. B. Mlllkina
Baarn braery School
Arthur Beleon, Director

lforth Santa Barbara Coanty Rehab.Center
Sheriff, Civil Diviaion
PAID
DATE Sept.mber 4. 1 l cuRRENT
AMOUNT
63.00
150.00
59.29
45.00
16.94
280.00
349.00
203.72
20.00
25.00
8.00
8.84
2.000.00
320.00
651.62
2.25
15.00
641.07
182.30
23.63
385.57
49.70
246.36
2'7.60
109.69
45.00
6.818.00
39.00
64.01
716. 76
4.20

NUMBER
5007
5008
5009
5010
5011
5012
5013
5014
5015
5016
5017
5018
SD19
5020
5021
5022
5023
5024
5025
5026
5027
5028
5029
5030
5031
5032
5033
503'
5035
5036
5037
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
,

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FUND Genval
PAYEE/REMARKS
Robert J. Offerman, M. D.
Pacific Gaa & Blectric Co.
John s. bthbone, D.D.S.
P. Paul Riparetti, M. D.
Mra. Patricia Robledo
Saf,ay Stor  , Inc.
Ruben Saia .
Salina Market
SLO Awtbeaia Medical Group
Off ice of Sheriff-Coroner
S. B. Cottage Brapital
Advance Travel Revolving
Purchasing Agent' Revolving PUnd
City of Santa Maria wtr Dept.
Marvin Sell
Southern Calif. Bd.iaon co.
Southern Cali~. Ga Co.
Southern Calif. Gas Co.
Willi- P. orachel, M. D.
Bernard Vassallo
Von' Grocery eo.
Alice Well
Irene West
Morton JL Woolley., 11. D.
Thurla Yoat
Arroyo Anabeia Pooda
Auerbach Publiah9ra, Inc.
Bancroft-llhitney Co.
Bnmavig Drug Co.
Data Pro R-earch Corp.
PortFFOt Food Co.
DATE Sept.1naber 4, 1 73 PAID
CURRENT
AMOUNT
100.00
167.50
61.50
112.00
135.00
317.38
209.80
16.32
53.58
7.00
20.50
150.00
5,031.56
67.35
24.40
454.43
~ 35 :. 1 9
2,305.66
575.00
102.75
97.32
42.56
. 100.00
129.65
38.00
2,278.55
20.00
123.21
1,210.88
12.00
72.58
NUMBER
5038
5039
5040
5041
5042
5043
5044
5045
5046
5047
5048
5049
SOSO
SOSl
5052
5053
5054
5055
5056
5057
5058
5059
5060
5061
5062
5063
5064
5065
5066
5067
5068
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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PAYEE/REMARKS
Ingram Paper co.
Ingr- Paper Co.
Rotary De Roof incJ Sar Service
s. B. Metropolitan Transit Authority
Santa Maria Publihing co.
Southern calif. Plumbing Supply, Inc.
Bric A. Alalov
Willi- A. Baker
Bleven-41. Inc:.
Carl R. X.aritaen
Willi- J. I-nke, Jr.
Profeuional rbalanc:e Service
Fred Ray
Au41tor    a.vol. YinCJ 'rruat Fund
Bc!ward lC. Saith
Michael. A. SVan
Jarea D. Tbamaa


AMOUNT
5,671.51
973.65
26.SO
637.50
14.33
933.94
38.08
114.48
2,930.00
1.64
200  00
2,200.00
66.12
2,000.00
5.70
24.84
122.52
36.00
134,924.44
18 J PAID
NUMBER
5069
5070
5071
5072
5073
5074
5075
5076
5077
5078
5079
5080
5081
5082
5083
5084
5085
5086
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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FUND RO.\D-0015
'
PAYEE/REMARKS
AAaPlywood & Door
ACBCO
Miral Bearing co., Inc.
Agri-turf S-pplie, Inc.
c & B Cbewrolet
Coast Rock Product Inca
Fuller Paint & Glas
General Sleetrie co.
Griff in St  l & Supply Co.
B.B. Haskell Co.
Bopper, Inc.
Mac' Saw & MoWer Service
Me Ball Building Material, Inc.
Miion concrete Products
Monte Auto Part
Hico Indutrial Product
center
Paclena Paint Store
Pfeiler 'l'ruclt & Tractor
Santa Barbara Janitor S\lpply co.
Santa Barbara lffice SUpply
Select Buraeriea, Inc.
SolvaDIJ Tranait Mix
Stanclard Oi1 Company
Southern Paeif ic Milling company
Southern Pacific Milling Coapany
3M Buine Product Sales, Inc.
Uniroyal, Inc.
cooeo General Bngineeri119 contractor
General Telephone co.

PAID
DATE SBPl'BMBER 4, 19 3 CURRENT
AMOUNT NUMBER
27.03 05087
8.13 05088
349.73 05089
25.20 05090
33.19 05091
163.10 05092
41.24 05093
132.65 05094
106.34 05095
222.52 05096
79.31 05097
25.00 05098
26.35 05099
68.52 05100
351.72 05101
39.03 05102
32.93 os103
100. 78 05104
105.17 OSJ.05
161.00 05106
50.30 05107
277.62 05108
114.96 05109
3,360.43 05110
1,300.40 05111
3,682.59 05112
2'8.33 05113
390.39 05114
17,996.64 05115
342.91 05116


MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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PAID
FUNO __ __!R!!!!!io~~n-:!!0~0~1bsL_ __________ OATE SBP'tBMBER 4. 19 3 CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Goleta County Water Diatrict
Leapman & Aaaociatea
Pacific Ga & Electric co.
Harold L. Purdy
Purchaaing Aqent
Santa Barbara County Refuae Department
'fttaaapor-.atlon Working capital FUnCI
Southern California Edison Company
Southern California G-
-

AMOUNT
68.04
S,013.80
S.59
28.70
473.28
 111.34
188.31
386.32
97.66
I,_ '
36,296.61*
NUMBER
05117
05118
05119
05120
05121
05122
05123
05124
05125
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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MISCBJJAJDOUS DATE SEP'l'EMBBR 4, 19 3 PAID
FU ND ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
CAPITAL OU'.l'LAY-0030
Mid-State conatruction Coapany
PETROLBUM-0045
a.c.s., Inc.
TAX RBBM'B-0170
Gloria B. Pierce
Wallover Inc. 
BMBRGBIJCY' BMPLOYMBllT ACT-1100
Alan T. KaehacJD
TRAllSPORATIOR WORKillG CAPITAL-1900
Martin DePizsi Automotive Service, Inc.
General Telephone co.
C0tJBTY SBRVXCB ARB.A f3-2120
Treaaurer, Santa Barbara comity

AMOUNT
2,980.80
2, 980.80*
29.92
29.92*
34.21
538.60
572.81*
14.70
14.70*
2.94
40.53
43.47*
1,739.24
1,739.24*
NUMBER
05126
05127
05128
0.5129
05130
05131
06132
05133
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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PAYEE/REMARKS AMOUNT
COUJITY SERVICE AREA 14-2130
705.00
705.00*
NUMBER
05134
J PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


SAll'l'A BARBARA COUll'l'Y FLOOD COlft'ROL & TER CORSBRVAT OJI DISTR CT MTCE-2400
Hopper. Inc.
A.P. Jobnaon Company. Inc.
Loagee Miebael Bquipaant
Santa Barbara Janitor Supply co.
3M Buaine Proclacta Sal Inc.
BR.&DLEY FLOOD ZOllE t3-2430
Eater Rent Equipment
SAm'ANMARIA FLOOD ZOl1E f.'3-2560
Rowland' Bzcavationg
Speed' Oil Tool Service
L.B. Webb conatruc:tion co  Inc.
SOUiii COAST FLOOD Z011E 2-2610
Inc.
,
5.71
47.06
74.66
16.96
183.34
327.73*
80.30
80.30*
325.00
137.60
131.96
315.00
280.00
595.00*
05135
05136
05137
05138
05139
05140
05141
05142
05143
05144
05145


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PA YEE/REMARKS
IAGUllA COUllTY SABITA'l"IOll DISTRICT G
Pacific Ga & Electric
Treaurer, County of Santa Barbara
** 
LOS ALAMOS FIRE PllO'l'BCTIOll DISTRICT-36 0
Santa Maria Ti ~
ORCUTT PIRB DISTJUC'l'-3655
Bill Loeper Ford
Santa Maria Time
Superior Muffler SerYice
Santa Maria Tira
GBllBRAL-0001
Sally van Batta
Donald Rojo, JUdith Rojo

* LAGUJllA COUll'l'Y SAllITATIOJI DISTRICT
S/G TtillCJ Laboratorie

AMOUNT
-2870
22.57
98.47
121.04*
17.19
17.19*
20.09
17.19
14.24
3.89
15.28
70.69*
15.52
55.23
70.75
NUMBER
05146
05147
05149
05150
05151
05152
05153
05154
05155
05156
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
**
-2900 **
57.50 05148
57. 50*

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FUND sa11aru
PA YEE/REMARKS
J'Ullge Mlltoll Bl.eoDiJl



I
DATE SBPifZMBD . 1 73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
AMOUNT NUMBER MARKED
123.24 J0009
123.24*

September 4, 1973
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted Aye, to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell.
NOES: None. ABSENT: None.
RE: Report from County Health Officer Regarding Control of Pets.
The Clerk read a communication from Gary Vandeman of Goleta pointing out the need
for a good animal control law in this County, which is intended to perform a service that cannot
otherwise be handled, is needed by a significant segment of society, and is readily enforceable.
He suggested a punitive fine in addition to the I icense fee for having an uni icensed
animal, a tether on all animals not confined to a closed area, and provide some means of redress
against those who inflict their carelessness or sadistic humor on their harried victims, and include
noise and sanitation protection. as well.
Dr. Joseph T. Nardo, M. D., Health Director, reported that his department is still
awaiting a report from the veterinarians on population and control of pets.
Discussion ensued on requiring the alteration of certain pets if not properly carred
for or protected.
Supervisor Tunnell agreed that one should "take the dog by the tai I and look at
his face". He expressed concern about the dogs being either cared for properly by their attendants
of family or try to resolve the situation. Dr. Nardo felt that the County should "take the bul I
by the horns" and try to find an alternative method to resolve the problem.
A Mrs. Leeper from Summer land made a short presentation on her letter submitted
to the Board previously saying that the current trend in animal control is the tax-supported neutering
of animals which is becoming popular. In California, Los Angeles has a law for this program
because the average family cannot afford to pay the extra fees. It is a success from the point
of view of the animals, and financing, and Los Angeles County is installing 2 addition tax-supported
facilities. Palo Alto County also has a program as well as San Mateo County by contractural
arrangements with the Humane Society. This County cannot continue to do away with 17, 232
pets because of this problem.
0 1'7
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda, but
that Dr. Nardo be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contact the kennel clubs Countywide
and solicit their suggestions and recommendations as to a solution, and report back when
it is appropriate.
I 
RE: Letter of Commendation to Donald E. Vaughan, Santa Barbara District Range for Los
Padres National Forest on Promotion to Position of Chief of the Recreation Administration Branch
in San Francisco.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to transmit a letter
of appreciation, on behalf of the Board of Supervisors, for Mr. Vaughan's services while serving
with the Los Padres National Forest in his relationship with the County .

RE: Approval of Request of Montecito Fire Protection District that Heber 0. Wilson, Fire
Marshal, Montecito Fire Department, be retained on the Rules and Regulations Committee of the
S. B. County Air Pollution Control District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, approved.
I
RE:  Request of Vivian H. Obern, Representing the State Department of Parks and Recreation
Trails Committee for Board to Recommend Use of Funds to be Made Available from the State for
Establishment of Trai Is in the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Road Department.
RE: Appointment of Mrs. Lorna Pinassi of Solvang to Santa Ynez General Plan Advisory
Committee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Mrs. Lorna Pinassi, 2102 High Meadow Road, Solvang be, and she is hereby,
appointed as a member of the Santa Ynez General Plan Advisory Committee, to serve in the capacity
of Secretary of the Committee, effective forthwith.
RE: Recommendation of Director of Transportation to. Approve Request to Close Cul-De-
Sac Street Known as Caseta Way, Third District, in Lake Los Carneros Area for a Street Dance
on Friday, September 7, 1973, from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
The applicant may pick up barricades at the County Road Yard at 4415 Cathedral
Oaks Road after noon Friday, September 7, and should be returned close to 8 a. m. on Tuesday,
September 11 , 1973.

September 4, 1973
RE: Recommendation of Planning Commission for Approval of Certain Los Olivos Road Abandonments
(73-R-1) and Finding that Same Conforms to the General Plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that the fol lowing recommendation of the Planning Commission, at
the request of the Road Commissioner for approval relative to the proposed abandonment of the
following road rights-of-way in Los Olivos, Third District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed;
the Planning Commission having made a finding that subject proposal conforms to the General
Plan:
1) Alley within the block bounded by Railway Avenue, Nojoqui Avenue, Jonata Avenue
and Santa Barbara Avenue. Requested by Friends for the Preservation of Mattei's,
Inc;
2) Cuesta Street between Olivet Avenue and Lucca Avenue; Lucca Avenue between
Stow Street and Corral de Quati Road; Corral de Quati Road between Lucca Avenue
and Alamo Pintado Avenue. Requested by John A. Lucian; and
3) Santa Ynez Street between Easton Avenue and the east boundary line of the Oakcrest
Farms Property. Requested by Oakcrest Farms.
It is further ordered that the written request filed with the Board from Pacific Gas
and Electric Company, dated August 23, 1973, requesting certain language to be inserted in a
resolution the Board may pass and adopt for said abandonments be, and the same is hereby,
referred to the Road Commissioner.

RE: Report from Planning Department from Request of the Board to Investigate An Alleged
Violation of Approved Conditional Exception for Use of Trailer for Farm Help Granted to Alfred
H. Constans (70-V-SO) , Santa Ynez.
Reference was made to subject written report submitted to the Board, dated August
29, 1973 on the history of subject matter to use a trailer to use a trailer for farm help on Assessor's
Parcel No. 141-220-61, containing approximately 49 acres zoned 5-AL-O, known as 4106 Highway
246 (Santa Barbara Avenue), Santa Ynez Valley.
The Planning Commission held its hearing and approved the request on
30, 1970, and a Ii st of the restrictions and conditions was contained in the report.
confirmed the recommendation of the Commission on October 13, 1970.
September
The Board
Near the end of June, a complaint was received by the Planning Department that
the trailer was still being lived in, although the single family dwelling had been constructed.
This is in violation of Condition #6 of the approved permit.
The Planning Director pointed out that this is a violation and his department is proceeding
to refer the matter to the District Attorney for enforcement action.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject report be, and the same is hereby, placed on file since the Planning
Department will act automatically, as required.
RE: Recommendation of Supervisor Frost to Direct County Bui lding Official to Hold Discussions
with the Staff of the Regional Coastal Commission to Determine Method of Dealing with Proposed
Violations of the Coastal Zone Act.
The Director of Public Works explained how an application for a permit is cleared.
After the permit is issued, a copy of the permit is given to the County Counsel. He thought
they were coordinating with the South Central Coast Regional Commission.
Supervisor Tunnell pointed out that the administration of the Commission is through
the coordinated efforts of all local agencies, cities and counties, and the administrator of the
Commission assures the commission member it is being done.
Supervisor Catterlin referred to the warning by the City of Carpinteria that this permit
shall not be valid unless and until the permit has been received from the Coastal Commission.
Supervisor Tunnell said that the Coastal Commission has a policy not to approve an application
unti I al I local authorization is received.
The Planning Director reported that he has looked into this situation at some length
after the bi II was passed (Proposition #20), and his department is being cautious on al I zoning
cl earances. Once the County requirements have been met, the building permit shal l be issued
whether or not the Coastal Commission has issued the application.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to County Counsel .

RE: Approval of Request of Lydia Bell and Constance T. Churchil l of Bell-Churchill Associates
for Endorsement to Select the County Court House as a Permanent Building Selected to House
and Exhibit the Collection of Historical Works on Project "Heritage '76" in Commemoration of the
American Bi-Centennial in 1976.
Ms. Lydia Bell made a presentation and filed her memorandum on subject proposal.
September 4, 1973
Superivsor Catterl in reported that he has discussed this at length with the Presiding
Superior Court Judge, Floyd C. Dodson, who has endorsed the program.
6 I t
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, approved; and that Al Johnson,
Executive Director of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of California, 1501 8th
Street, Sacramento, California, 95814 be notified of the action taken by the Board this date.
RE: Resolution Directed to Legislators Requesting Enactment of Emergency Legislation
to Specifically Validate the Appropriation of Revenue Sharing Funds to legal Aid Agencies Rendering
Legal Service to Low-Income Residents of the County.
Mr. Jeff Kupers, staff counsel for the Legal Aid Foundation, made a presentation
on subject matter.
The Board, by a unanimous vote, has appropriated $10,000.00 in Revenue Sharing
funds to support the endeavors of the Foundation, but this sum has not been expended due to
. - , an indication by the County Counsel that there is no specific legislation authorizing such appropriation
at this time.
Reference was made to the cut- off date on considering and approving requests for
Revenue Sharing funds for various one-time projects. The request of the Foundation had been
approved and was in the hands of the County Counsel at the time of the cut-off to determine the
legality of appropriating the funds. There is an urgency in adoption of the proposed resolution
as the Legislature is scheduled to adjourn September 14, 1973. The County Counsel's interpretation
is that this is not a legal expenditure, so emergency legislation must be passed.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried
unanimously, the following resolution on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, passed and
adopted:
RE:
(Contract
Resolution No. 73-595A
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Discussion on Revenue Sharing
with Santa Barbara Mental Health
Proposal for the
Department) .
Isla Vista Human Relations Center
The matter was referred to County Counsel for a legal opinion, but was not approved.
Supervisor Slater said that the opinion came back that it was not legal or eligible for Revenue
Sharing funds. There was also a motion to set a cut-off date. At that time, only a portion of
the description of the project was available; then the whole package was received; then the Board
had cut off the funds. Those projects that were referred to County Counsel as to their legality,
were not to be included in the cut-off.
The Administrative Officer said
rendered by the Mental Health Department.
to deny this request.
the proposal was almost totally different in the services
That was the primary basis for the recommendation
Supervisor Catterl in said he had a chronological report on what actually happened
from the Administrative Officer and County Counsel. Mrs. Josephine Gottesdanker, counseling
psychologist from the Isla Vista Human Relations Center, read her letter which was filed with
the Clerk. She stated that since the time of the original request for funds, was made, they have
been able to develop a revised arrangement with the County Mental Health Department. They
had been able to arrange the assignment of a social worker to the Isla Vista area, on a half time
basis. They also consider a contract arrangement with the center as the best method for them
to administer the remaining funds requested.
The Center agrees to deliver such services as crisis counseling by both professional
and para-professional; group counseling; consultation and training for community counselors;
mental health education; ongoing therapy where needed. These services would be available to
the entire Isla Vista population, including the mentally disturbed and elderly, who are currently
moving into the area, as wel I as anyone who is a resident of Santa Barbara County who might
find these services of benefit.
A revised budget was attached to said communication, totalling $23,200.00, or $13,000.00
less from the original request.
Robert D. Curiel, Chief Assistant County Counsel, spoke of the Board's deferment
of the action and referral to the County Counsel for a report as to the legality under the ShortDoyle
Act. The report came back that it was not legal. Subsequent to that, they received another
document, which was the one they had submitted for review instead of the one sent by the Administrative
Officer. He said the additional documents submitted for review are substantially in the
same form but it deals more about the mental health aspects of the proposal.
As to the original document, he had concluded that it did not deal with providing
mental health services as much as providing social services. The other one stil I describes a
community development program which is largely a social type of program. With respect to that
part of the program, it is his opinion that it does not meet the requirements under the ShortDoyle
Act and the only authority to have a contract is under that Act. Portions of the program
may qua I ify for Revenue Sharing Funds and contract with the County, but the description is meager
about provisions for mental health services. The target groups who would be served were not
described.

September 4, 1973 () O._ O
If they submit another appl ication, it has to be approved by the State and County.
Under the Revenue Sharing Act if, in fact, it is a health program, they would qua I ify under
this Act, as a priority expenditure.
In conclusion, Mr. Curiel 's opinion was that this proposal does not qualify under
the Short-Doyle Act and the County could not enter into a contract with this group, and there
is no other authority.
Mrs. Gottsdanker said the description of the program is a misrepresentation of the
mental health functions which they propose to offer. There is a contradiction of opinions.
With reference to her letter filed with the Board, she said she has talked to the Interim
Director of Mental Health Services, and referred to a letter from Dr. William Goldsmith, M. D.,
dated August 28, 1973, in favor of their proposal and that they would assist in carrying out
the program.
In the very beginning, it was not the intent to request funds for the general community
work. Their target is the Isla Vista population and services would be avai I able to anyone.
She has also asked Mental Health to expand their commitment to the Isla Vista area
if they could. By utilizing the services of a part-time social worker, it would reaffirm the fact
that the services to be offered by the Center would come under the mental health functions.
It was also pointed out that the reduction in the amount of funds requested is because of the
input from Mental Health Services.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried,
with Supervisors Frost and Slater voting "No", it is ordered that the request for al location of
Revenue Sharing funds for the Isla Vista Human Relations Center (and contract with Santa Barbara
Mental Health Department) be, and the same is hereby denied, based upon the oral opinion of
County Counsel given this date.
The Board recessed to meet as the Environmental Quality ADvisory Board.
Board of Supervisors Sitting as an Environmental Quality Advisory Board
September 4, 1973, at 2: 15 o'clock, p.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, FRancis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E. Lewis,
Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Quality Act of 1970 and California Supreme
Court Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report
Requirement for Projects.
The fol lowing actions were taken by the Board as they appeared on tber1EQAA agenda:
RE: Continued Matter, 73-EIR-11, Hancock Mobile Home Park, Carpinteria Val ley. A communication
was received from Mr. Spencer of U. S. Grant & Son requesting a 90-day continuance of
subject matter .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to December 3, 1973.
RE: TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73-EIR-24, Department of Transportation, Project
No. 5018.2, Santa Maria, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that no action be taken on subject matter, it is for information only.
A pub I ic hearing has been set for September 11, 1973 before EQAA.
RE: TRS Recommendations for Approval.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried
unanimously, this agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the Technical
Review Staff, that the following Negative Declarations will not have any significant impact on
the environment and are hereby accepted and approved as Negative Declarations:
73-ND-362, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in the Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-363, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in the Summerland Area, First District.
73-ND-364, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in the Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-365, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in the Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-366, David Brownell, Lot Split #11, 887 into two parcels, Santa Maria Area,
Fifth District.
73-ND-367, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels Santa Maria Areas 2 and 3, Fifth District.

September 4, 1973
73-ND-368, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels Goleta Area 3, Third District.
73ND- 369, Barbara Armstrong (M. K. Welch Surveys Inc.). Lot Split #11,885 into
two parcels, Fifth District.
73-ND-370, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-371, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-372, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-373, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-374, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-375, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels in Carpinteria Area, First District.
73-ND-376, Planning Department, General Plan and Zoning Consistency in accordance
with AB 1301, various parcels .
RE: Public Hearing on TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73- EIR- 21, Fillmore Condit (U.
S. Grant & Son) Tract #11,737 on Property Located 2 Miles East of Los Olivos, Third District.
This being the date and time set for public hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit
of Pub I ication being on file with the Clerk;
In reply to Supervisor Slater's inquiry, the Planning Director pointed out that this property
is limited agriculture, partly zoned 5-acre and partly zoned 10-acre .
.
A motion was made by Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, that subject
hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to Monday, November 26, 1973,
as had been done in other cases regarding subdivision of land in agricultural areas. The consistency
problems and land use problems pre I iminary to the general plan should have been completed by then.
Mr. Les I ie Grant of U. S. Grant & Son stated that he failed to understand the reason for
another continuance. This matter first came up, he thought, back in May as an ND and he appeared
before EQAA. They spent about 20 minutes going into this particular development. As a result, EQAA
indicated that there should be a small, slim report submitted. They did this and even went into further
deta i I than requested .
He said they submitted a full EIR with an addendum to it to answer the questions of the
Planning Department and other departments.
Supervisor Slater gave the background on the matter.
At that time, Mr. Grant said that Supervisor Frost gave a statement about some things
he thought should be provided EQAA before it would go through. Mr. Grant had that information available,
and felt everything had been accomplished such as the soils analysis, the answer to the sewage and
water situation, the amount of paved roads to be added into the development, and also, how many
head of cattle that can be grazed in so many acres. They went into a lot more detail including information
on tax revenues which had been inspected on subject development.
He said there appears to be a substantial misunderstanding of the original aspects of
this matter. It is not to be considered as an urban development. It is strictly still a farm development.
From a display map prepared b.Y himself, Mr. Grant showed subject property with respect
to other approved properties. All around it, properties have been broken down into smaller lots.
Tract #11, 560, Woodstock Ranch, with 116 lots has an approved ND; this property borders his property
on two sides. He also pointed out where 20 lots were created by a lot split. Two subdivisions have
just been approved and have gone of record. Actually, it would amountto complete development al I
the way around his property, leaving it as an island, except for one piece that has not been divided,
located in the lower right hand corner of the map.
This is not a matter of being on the fringe, or extending the frontiers - the frontiers have
gone beyond it considerably. There is about a 10-mile square acre project area where there will
be about 304 lots with a density of about 30 lots per square mi le on the average and about 85 persons
per square mile, ultimately, when the property is finally developed and people will be living there
on the lots that are presently empty.
There is a definite demand for lots up there and it takes about 20 years or more for them
to be built out completely. They sell almost immediately within 3 years. People are doing long-range
planning, looking ahead to provide for their retirement, so essentially they are buying this land now
for their future.
It is according to the General Plan and the zoning in the area. When the property was
rezoned back in 1969, the Planning Department and staff found that the present Planning Commission,
itself, made the following statement in its adopted resolution: "That the proposal is in conformity
with the General Plan and recommended rezoning to 5-AL-0 and 10-AL-O Districts, so this is in complete
conformance.
As a matter of fact, it is a bit upgraded from the fact that the average net area is 11 l acres,
whereas the average could be less than 10 acres. It is in conformance with the agricultural requirements
and will still be used in an agricultural manner. There is no conflict on the basic use regarding the
cumulative effort or impact on the development. All the necessary questions have been answered,
TRS recommends approval, and he sees no further need to prolongate this .
There will still be cattle grazing on the lands with a joint cattle set up with all the owners
participating. This wi II approximate between 13-26% (maximum) of the total number of cattle that
could be placed on there under the zoning. However, that is all the land can sustain with regard
to maintaining the agricultural character, anyway.

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September 4, 1973
The neighboring property consists of twice or three times as many acres with twice as
many lots, and EQAA approved an ND on it and it is now of record. It borders on two sides of this
property. No such restriction was requested of them, and they were not required to come in with
a full EIR.
This territory is not agricultural land now on a purely agricultural basis. The land values
are too high as has been proven. The number of cattle required to be placed on the property is insufficient
to make it a first-class agricultural area. However, the agricultural element is being preserved
because it can be used as such on a partial or supplemental basis by people who have outside incomes,
to fi 11 in the gaps to pay taxes, etc.
In conclusion, Mr. Grant urged approval today of subject El R in order to further proceed
with the development.
The Planning Director explained that if and when the EIR is approved by EQAA, it would
go before the Planning Commission for approval of the tentative map subdivision. Upon its recommendation,
the Board of Supervisors wi 11 then consider it.
Supervisor Slater asked Mr. Grant some questions, and also justified his reasons why
he felt the delay was necessary.
Mr. Grant replied that since everything has been accomplished, as required, being held
up is not fair and is in violation of the 14th Amendment in that no person shall be deprived of the equal
protection of the laws of the State. If EQAA is giving people around him the same consideration, he
demands the same consideration.
He said the motion made is completely out of order and certainly is not in keeping with
good faith on what was said before.
Supervisor Catterlin reported that this operation was in the pipeline and there was no
more to do except to go back. He is in favor of approval and adoption of the subject draft EIR.
Supervisor Catterl in said other matters were merely continued that had been before EQAA
for the first time. This is an entirely different situation.
Supervisor Slater contended that this project was riot in the pipeline in any way other
than what had been done. Why does that make it any different than any other proposals that have
come up since that time when EQAA decided to continue them? Something reasonable must be worked
out for the Santa Ynez Valley.
Chairman Beattie ca 11 ed for the quest ion .
The motion made on subject hearing by Supervisor Slater, and seconded by Supervisor
Frost, to continue same to November 26, 1973 failed for lack of a majority, with Supervisors Catterl in,
Beattie and Tunnel I voting "No".
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried,
with Supervisors Frost and Slater voting "No", it is hereby ordered that the TRS recommendation
for approval of draft 73-EIR-21, Fillmore Condit (U.S. Grant & Son), Tract #11, 737, located on propoerty
2 miles east of Los Olivos, Third District be, and the same is hereby, accepted as an EIR and, therefore,
adopted as such.
RE: Public Hearing on TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73-EIR-23, Cathedral Oaks Tennis
& Swim Club for 14 Tennis Courts, 2 Swimming Pools, etc., 5800 Block of Cathedral Oaks Road, Third
District.
This being the date and time set for subject hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit
of Publication being on file with the Clerk;
Dr. Virgil Elings, residing at 4680 Via Salerno, and Associate Professor of Pjysics, UCSB,
Director, Scientific Instrumentation Program, in his presentation, stated that his property overlooks
the back edge of the proposed development.
He directed his comments to the noise study, which was done on the addendum of the
EIR. In order to determine the noise factor, two things have to be done. The present noise level
has to be measured and what the noise level would be from the proposed development, then decide
on a significant or an insignificant increase in noise. This was done on the EIR, but it is wrong and
he presented some data which he feels is grossly in error. He said it is going to go into the neighborhood
to measure the noise level that surrounds the site. The El R says the average noise level around the
site is 55-65 decibels and he mentioned variations.
He got an average of about 42 decibels, which is 20 times lower than the noise level given
in the El R.
Since he hasn't made noise level surveys before, he asked someone from the Health Department
to come out to make sure he was proceeding properly and not making an error. Mr. Manchester,
the noise level expert from the County Health Department, came out and the noise level readings were
made in the neighborhood, which is shown in Exhibit A, and his readings agree with Dr. Elings'.
He mentioned noise levels made a year ago in the Goleta Valley and he took a map out
of the survey and referred to aircraft noise vs. neighborhood noise, referring to points 9 and 11 and
gave the readings on those. They indicated pertinent noise level surrounding the neighborhood with
regard to this site, as shown in the EIR, is grossly wrong. Also, one should estimate what the noise
level would be from the development and this is harder than the existing noise. The major factor,
he felt, would be the swimming pools, so he took some typical noise level readings at UCSB and he
got about 80 decibels and with 2 pools and about 200 people around, there would be a constant noise
level of the 80 decibels.
September 4, 1973
He mentioned Exhibit B and the conclusion in the EIR that there is no significant noise
element which is completely wrong, based on wrong data. Getting out into the neighborhoods, 350
ft. away, the noise level was about 60 decibels, or 4 times lower than presently exists. Getting out
to 700 ft. by his property, one would find that the noise level from the pools, would be the doubling
of the noise level from a development.
His conclusion is that the EIR, which points out that there is no significant impact, is
completely wrong and should not be approved until the noise level reading job is done right.
He had filed with EQAA his report, relating especially to Section D of the EIR addendum
about noise impact which went into great detail.
Mr. Reynolds, the Environmental Quality Coordinator, confirmed the recommendation
of the TRS to approve subject project. Mrs. Nancy Lupala, who also lives on Via Salerno, gave her
emotional objection because she has a chi Id who goes to school in the Goleta Valley and that there would
be a traffic problem with cars going in and out off Cathedral Oaks Road when the development commences.
Mr. Bert Brown, a tennis professional with the R & B Development Company of Los Angeles,
Oakwood Gardens Development, which has 2 large swimming pools and 4 tennis courts right in the
middle of a residential neighborhood, pointed out that there is no noise impact around this neighborhood.
The people who live nearby do not complain and tennis courts and pools are open every evening until
10: 30 p.m. There are similar cases in the Severely Hills Club, the Los Angeles Tennis Club, which
has 28 courts plus swimming pools and others. There are R & B developments in San Francisco, Newport
Beach, Orange County and all over and they don't seem to have any problems.
It was pointed out that this project wi 11 require a conditional use permit. Supervisor
Frost said that the letters he has received indicate that the people in the neighborhood are generally
opposed to this project. They should get together when it comes to the conditional use permit stage.
It was also indicated that the comments on the noise levels are helpful.
This matter has been taken up several times and it was the unanimously vote of TRS that
on technical grounds, the noise expert from the County Health Department, Mr. Manchester, did agree
with the adequacy of the noise procedure and the adequacy of the information in the EIR. The responses
on questions on the other aspects were accepted as being adequate. Supervisor Slater wondered that
if EQAA comes to the conclusion that the data in the EIR is not adequate or accurate, what should be
done? Send it back to TRS or refer it back to the Health Department for further study?
Deputy County Counsel Bruce Dodds pointed out that EQAA could do anything it was felt
appropriate to satisfy themselves, that they had received sufficient data. Essentially, what EQAA
is adopting is the report, and if it is felt to be inadequate, it could be sent back to the applicant, Planning
or the Health Department or anyone else from which data would be received.
The Planning Director, in response to Supervisor Slater's inquiry, said that it was his
feeling, that on several prior occasions, they have come to differences of opinion in connection with
expert testimony and he will still stick by his statement that the only real way to evaluate what noise
the tennis courts would bring forth is to put it there. No one came up with an analysis, to his recollection,
of what some 14-16 individual swimming pools would create in the way of noise on the property. There
is one further field of evaluation they have not gone into, and that would reflect the subdivision development
of the property under the existing zoning and the General Plan. The Planning Director pointed
out that it is single-family residential area and there is also a neighborhood park shown in the vicinity
in the northwest corner.
Supervisor Catterlin read a letter from A. Mccurdy of the Planning Department to TRS
on August 30, 1973, to the effect that the addendum to the EIR is an adequate response to the recommendations
submitted by the Planning Department in the assessment dated August 17, 1973. However, the
Department suggested three things:
1) The noise analysis seems complete but it should be checked by the Health Department
if they deem it necessary;
2) The lighting design, materials used and reflective surfaces be limited to those approaching
the most efficient in reducing the potential reflection impact;
3) The statement on page 11 concerning no noise standards in the County is not true.
C-3, M-1 and M-1-B zones have such requirements. Two of these have decibel limits. He said that
this may be some assistance in trying to resolve this situation. Supervisor Frost asked Mr. Stan Thomas,
the principal representative of the applicant, if he would accept Dr. Elings' measurement of noise
levels as part of subject draft EIR and Mr. Thomas replied that he would not - neither his technique
nor his conclusions, and clarified this, as the technique and methods can be challenged, so he said
they are on a stand off and he had available 12 to 14 points to bear this out.
He felt this al I boi Is down to the impact in the area. There are other methods of checking.
Supervisor Frost pointed out there is another tennis group in Mission Canyon, which
is situated in the same geographical area. He asked Mr. Thomas if he would accept decibel readings
made in this area in the same exact distance away on a busy Sunday afternoon and Mr. Thomas replied
in the affirmative. Mr. Thomas pointed out that this is not totally unknown matters. He said they
tried to es tab I ish and take the readings and they were directed by a person from General Research,
who supervised and directed their study and he also has the same qualifications as Dr. Elings. He
had made reference to independent studies like a radio handbook and other references in the EIR,
which are typical. One reason for deviating from some of the readings, are changes in the hour of
the day, etc. and other variables to consider. It has to be measured more than just from mathematics.
He said they took readings from various homes all the way around the noise center and
it could not be detected, except on one occasion, and that was lower than the other readings and he
would welcome any checking on their readings. He asked Mr. Manchester to go out and reverify their
readings but the reply was that this could not be done as he would have to use their meter which was
not available, and the readings would not be comparable to the same meter as the same meter was
not used.
That is a good example of the differences of making tests. Also, if they could not meet
at the very same time to take the readings, there would be another variable.
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September 4, 1973
Supervisor Catterlin asked Mr. Thomas, that in the event EQAA approves the draft El R
as it now stands, would his people be willing to accept a condition on the Conditional Use Permit,
with a limitation to the decibel readings, and Mr. Thomas felt that would be appropriate. He referred
to limitations in the EIR that have been established, and referred to the Chicago study which seems
to more comprehensive around the country, setting limitations of decibels at 55 in residential areas,
and this would be acceptable to him. The subject proposed project for development is not in a closebui
It area. The nearest house is al:;out 250 ft. away which is a considerable distance.
Indirecting his remarks to Supervisor Frost, Mr. Thomas said they have checked since
Thursday as he was aware that some of the people in the area of Dr. El ings' property were concerned.
They checked with al I the people and the nearest houses surrounding the site. He has today, letters
from 11 people, who are the nearest ones which look down on the property and they are in favor of
the development. He actually has 191 letters back in the proposal in that area.
Supervisor Frost suggested that another reading should be made by the Health Department
at the Mission Canyon Foothill Tennis Club which has about the same facilities.
Supervisor Slater pointed out that EQAA does not have anything definitive, as there are
2 sets of figures and so the noise level at Mi.s sion Canyon faci I ities should be compared .
Supervisor Slater suggested a motion to accept the El R as submitted, with the additional
requirement that Mr. Manchester, noise expert from the County Health Department, make the two readings
that were alluded to earlier, which are the reading of the Mission Canyon area and the reading in
the present strawberry patch right now which, has no development on it. Mr. Reynolds pointed out
that there is available information that is in dispute or lacking. An EIR is simply an informational
document and lacks this one piece of information. If EQAA could find this draft El R adequate, subject
to a new independent reading, and accept the new readings of the County Health Department, he wondered
if the applicant would accept the new readings. If so, EQAA could accept that today, subject to this
condition. Mrs. Einseidel spoke in opposition, as she said Los Angeles is different because there
is noise all over its territory.
Mike Koury, a tennis professional, pointed out that people do not realize that the intensity
on a tennis court is not as high as people think. The humar:i factor should be involved. He went on
to explain that this provides all-family participation and gets children off the streets and provides
good physical activities for all members of the family. Mr. Herman Farnum, representing the owner
of this property, spoke in favor of subject proposal and pointed out the need for more parks, private
and public. The Parks Department is putting in tennis courts in or near subdivisions and felt that
this is a suitable use. If not then the park use under the General Plan should be removed.
Jeff Hi I lark, from the General Motors Corporation, spoke in support of subject proposal
because his family can walk or ride bicycles to enjoy the facilities and is whole-heartedly in favor
of this facility. With the present tennis explosion, there is a definite need for tennis courts in this
area.
He said that at the present time, there is no allowance for professional tennis teaching
on the County tennis courts and on October 1 the City is also going to have this no professional teaching
on their courts. Where is his family to go to get professional instruction? A club of this type would
provide this type of service and swimming instruction for young people. Speaking of the main noise
level objection, the noise of the tennis ball hitting the facket is not as loud as the motorcycles that
come roaring through his neighborhood. He said people have not objected before who live around
tennis court areas.
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the TRS recommendation for approval of draft 73-EIR-23, with addendum, Cathedral
Oaks Tennis and Swim Club for 14 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools, etc., 5800 block of Cathedral
Oaks Road, Third District be, and the same is hereby, accepted as an EIR and therefore, adopted
as such, subject to a condition that the County Health Department make 2 noise level readings, one
350 ft. away from subject property again, and one 350 ft. away from the tennis courts in Mission Canyon,
with the results to be added to the El R either by modifying the El R based on the facts from the Health
Department, or add an addendum and file with the adopted report, without having to be presented
again to EQAA.

The Board of Supervisors reconvened.
ent f"\ -e 
Present:

. ~ , ~ I ~ J e  " so~s "'".r  '"'.: . -ru!,.  1 r. t.. .  u~erv1sors Frank I. Frost,' Cliarles F. Catterl1n, James M.
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Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Request of Larry Scott for Board Reconsideration of License Agreement between the County
of Santa Barbara and MacDuff Everton, John P. Everton and V. Courtland Johnson to Lease Old County
Road Yard Property on Greenwell Avenue in Summerland For Use of Property for Workshops on Arts
and Crafts. 
The Clerk read subject written request for Board reconsideration .
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September 4, 1973
Supervisor Frost explained the circumstances and background and intent, which resulted
in the execution of said I icense agreement. The use of the property seems to be very clear; they can
use the buildings on said real property for workshops for themselves only for art work. No sales
or other commercial activities shall be maintained on the property, unless later permitted as a part
of an arts and crafts center.
Mr. Larry Scott, in referring to his letter, dated August 29, 1973 on subject matter, said
this was his primary concern as being the end result and gave some background information. He
finds it difficult to bet ieve that the proposed use of this property, which seems to be commercial, could
have been approved. It is surrounded by an area that is destined for one acre estates or agricultural
use. He had noticed a lot of activity there and made several calls, but was not given any definite
information as to the proposed use.
He felt this was not the proper setting in an area so remote. A boat is being constructed
there and the puddle of water is causing some erosion. Also, no rent is being paid. Brand new material
is being used, not surplus material and no permits are required for the construction, although inspections
are being made. The work may meet the County Code, but it is not the quality of work the County
would accept if put out to contract . He asked about who oversees the activity.
Supervisor Slater reported that an estimate was made on the materials required to renovate
the building to a good condition. There was an amount of $2, 975. 00 budgeted and a purchase order
was put through and the required materials were delivered. This is covered in the I icense agreement
as far as the County is concerned.
Supervisor Frost explained that he had taken his proposal to the Summerland Citizens'
Association, who were very happy and accepted this. It then appointed a committee which would oversee
the work being done and control the use of it.
One of the men is doing a 30 ft. long mural which would eventually be hung in a bui I ding
at the new Dallas, Texas Airport.
Supervisor Catterl in stated that he did not have a copy of the License Agreement in front
of him on May 14, 1973, he was not aware of its content, and would not have voted for it if he had seen
it. He had found out that the license agreement was drawn up by Dana Smith, Assistant County Counsel,
on May 10, 1973, 4 days before being approved by the Board on the fourteenth.
He had listened to the tape on the May 14, 1973 meeting pertaining this matter and there
was no doubt that the County was going to be responsible for the enormous cost. The proper insurance
coverage has not been provided by the County either, as of August 31, 1973, and therefore, it should
be terminated. If this License Agreement remains effective, the County is going to be paying out
a lot more, including the electrical energy.
When used by the County Road Department, they had failures of the disposal system.
To hook into a system, it costs about $20,000.00. He felt that this is a gift of public funds. In the
past, contracts are drawn up and the Supervisors have them during the meeting. The whole thing,
he feels, is improper.
Supervisor Frost stated that he had investigated the sanitary system and whether or not
it has failed is moot. The men say it has never overflowed and consistent use has been made of it.
He also mentioned that the improvements that are being made are important to the County as County
property.
A comment was made that the County should not spend a lot of money on this project when
it is not in the best interests of the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried,
with Supervisors Frost and Slater voting "No", it is ordered that the Board hereby, exercises its
option to give 30 days' cancellation notice of subject License Agreement to the Lessees by Certified
Mai I, Return Receipt Request immediately.
A discussion followed about negotiating a compromise to allow them to continue to stay
there and carry out their activities perhaps by paying a rental, or whether or not they are in a position
to do this.
Supervisor Tunnell pointed out that the mural being painted for the Dallas, Texas Airport
will certainly bring in a considerable fee to enable them to pay a reasonable rent for the building.
Then a rental Lease Agreement can be negotiated and drawn up and the County could recover some
money.
It was the general consensus that this was reasonable and Supervisor Slater said that
if they are in breach, the County can always pull out.
Robert D. Curiel, Chief Assistant County Counsel, said that his understanding is that
they failed to provide the insurance in accordance with the provisions of the Lease Agreement and
it can be terminated on that basis by giving the required 30-day cancellation notice.
Supervisor Frost felt the allowance of this activity would be good for the community;
would not cost the County much, and the County-owned structure would be improved forever. He
referred to the discussion on May 14, 1973, whereby the Board made the finding that the value of
the rental of said property at this time, is less than $75.00 per month, and shall not exceed that amount.
Supervisor Slater agreed that all aspects of this had been discussed.
Supervisor Catterlin emphasized that there was not one statement made to this Board that
there was one penny of cost to the County. Now, the County is obi igated to pay over $3, 000. oo.
It is a question of misrepresentation because most of the Board members, including himself, did not
have al I the facts on which to be guided. The only comment made at that meeting was that the young
men were going to do the repair work.
Supervisor Frost felt that to cancel the Lease Agreement would be a cruel hoax on these
three young men. Supervisor Catterl in countered by saying that the Lease Agreement is a cruel hoax
on the Board and makes the members a laughing stock.

September 4, 1973
The point was made that it would be justifiable for the men to pay their utility bills.
Mr. Scott agreed that they are fine people and have cleaned up the place, but why should
the County and taxpayers subsidize these people in their work? There are other individuals who
have to pay rent for a place of business. He referred to some property that he leases from the City
of Santa Barbara and he spent his own money on it. They wanted, in return, a fair rent and it would
sti 11 be reverted back to them at some ti me in the future.
Supervisor Tunnel I was agreeable that a meeting be held with these young men to give
them an opportunity to have a reasonable Lease Agreement negotiated and executed by the Board.
It was also pointed out that the present Lease Agreement is a non-exclusive lease.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that a committee, consisting of Supervisor Frost, Chief Assistant County Counsel Curiel,
and Assistant Public Works Director Price be, and it is hereby, appointed for the purpose of coordinating
a meeting with these men to negotiate a new lease to perhaps provide for a requirement for presentation
to the Board on September 24, 1973 for discussion and consideration.
The Board took a five minute recess, and reconvened with all members present and Supervisor Beattie
in the Chair.
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Proposed Amendments
(72-GP-27) to GP-General Plan Report (GP-1 O) and Addendum Defining Land Use Symbols (GP-1 OA)
re Density Factors for Designations of "Open & Grazing", "Agriculture" and "Mountainous Areas"
and Combining of said Land Use Designations.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal; subject
hearing was discussed concurrently with Item No. 6 on the Administrative Agenda this date on recommendation
of the Planning Commission for Amendments (72-GP-27) to the Amended General Plan for
the Montecito-Summerland-Carpinteria Area (GP-2B) to change the land use designation from "Mountainous
Area" to "Mountainous Area (MA-40) and/or "Mountainous Area (MA-100) 11 
The Planning Director explained that this proposed action is a pub I ic hearing only to
establish the definitions, not to apply them to any particular property. This will be considered at
the Planning Commission meeting of September 12, 1973 and will be reported back to the Board at
a later date. This is only to add the symbols and amend the definitions.
A communication was received by the Board in protest from Mrs. Mary Jane Lawrence,
which was read by the Clerk.
Charles Wi I ley, Attorney-at-Law, made a presentation on behalf of two property owners
in the Montecito area. Attorney Willey pointed out that this is a definition in the General Plan for Countywide
purposes, if adopted. There may be a difference between Montecito areas and areas in the Goleta
Valley.
He pointed out one additional change that is very significant between a definition of the
Mountainous Area, as adopted earlier this year, and now proposed. He referred to isolated valleys,
which has been added. The definition for a Mountainous Area" that exists is similar, but there is
no reference to valleys and minimum acreage.
He asked what legitimate purpose can be accomplished by this amendment that has not
already been accomplished on 40-E-1. It puts a property owner in a bad position. Again, he referred
to the definition adopted by the Planning Commission on February 20, 1973. If the ground work is
changed in less than a year, it shows that the original or present one was wrong. '
In reply to an inquiry, Attorney Willey pointed out that he represents the Bradey Investment
Group in Montecito and the Hot Springs Club property. He also mentioned a "Spa" designation that
was considered last week by the Board on that particular property. His concern was more for the
Goleta Valley than Montecito.
In reply to an inquiry by Supervisor Catterlin, the Planning Director stated the intent
of the new language is to clarify, rather than further restrict from the original language. That was
the original intention of the members of the General Plan Advisory Committee.
Peter Bakewell, Chairman of the Montecito General Plan Advisory Committee, agreed
with the comments of the Planning Director. The idea was to clarify it, not to further restrict. The
isolated valleys were to include some valleys back in the mountains to be treated the same.
He suggested that in the Goleta area, when this matter comes up for placement, the lines
should be changed to exlude any fertile valleys that are being jeopardized by this land use designation.
Attorney Willey contended th'at this is more than merely the creation of a definition if
the definitions are changed. The recommendations have already been made in Goleta.
He said that last Wednesday, the Planning Commission did apply it in an area. If the
Planning Commission and Board acts favorably on the "spa" designation, then the Hot Springs Club
should not have any objection regarding their property.
Mr. Herman Farnum, from the County Farm Bureau, made a brief presentation regarding
the zoning involving the 40% and 100% slopes shown on the sketch displayed before the Board. There
is a lot of good area with 60% slope and no erosion problems.
Supervisor Catterlin wondered if the 72-GP-27 is applying that categorical designations
to something other than the Carpinteria-Summerland-Montecito area, and the reply was that it does
not even involve that today; it is only to add the two proposed changes.
September 4, 1973
The Planning Director said that ultimately these designations would be considered for
application in the entire County, not just Montecito or some other area. The hearings before the Planning
Commission apply to Montecito only.
Supervisor Tunnel I wondered that if this is adopted today, and the Planning Commission
consideres on September 12th as to whether or not to consider if they wi 11 apply to each parcel in Montecito.
Must they apply one or the other or remain as presently designated as "Mountainous Areas"? The
Planning Commission would have the opinion of using the 40-E-1 or 100-E- 1. He asked if this will
result automatically in a rezoning in many cases. The Planning Director replied that the areas in
Montecito are already zoned 40-E-1 and 100-E-1 by action taken at previous hearings.
Mr. Bakewell said this would be a general plan designation placed on land consistent
with zoning.
In reply to Supervisor Tunnell 's inquiry, the Planning Director said that a 40% slope
does not have to be a mountainous area. If it is to be called a mountainous area it must have an average
of 40%. The area now zoned 40-E-1 in Montecito would be a matter of consideration by the Planning
Commission on September 12th.
Attorney Wi I ley was of the opinion that it would be a defacto application of the Board adopt
this today.
Supervisor Catterl in agreed that this is true in Montecito; He has some reservations about
other parts of the County.
Supervisor Frost said that in the Carpinteria area, there are areas with an average of
40% slope that are presently and successfully in avocadoes. Would the "Mountainous Area" designation
automatically be applied to these agricultural areas? The Planning Director responded to this, and
Supervisor Frost remarked that the "Mountainous Area" designation will not be placed automatically
at any particular place.
The Planning Director said that in a "Mountainous Area" if the property is truly agricultural
with a 50%-60% slope, it should be an agricultural designation because of its use and not a "Mountainous
Area" designation. Mountainous areas cover such things as grazing, etc. He didn't believe these
amendments will have to justify applying this "Mountainous Area" designation in the future. The
40-acre and 100-acre zoning has already been justified. For the rest of the County, the Planning Commission
wi 11 have to justify the 40% slope as wel I as this Board.
Robert Hunt, Executive Secretary of the S. B. County Farm Bureau, said that during
the discussion on the "Mountainous Areas" being developed, the Farm Bureau assumed it was something
for Montecito to solve some of their backdrop problems. Now it appears it would apply to the whole
County. Therefore, it should be very specifically spelled out.
A suggestion was made to put in a phrase of the language to make it clear that this designation
does not automatically apply to all land with 40% slope. The matter can be amended as the Board wishes.
The Planning Director pointed out that this is a follow-up on the consistency problem
and the 40-E-1 and 100-E-1 properties have already been zoned. On July 9, 1973, it went back to
the Planning Commission from the Board to give notice to the affected people, pursuant to provisions
of Board Resolutions adopted on March 12, 1973 and it was brought back today as one bundle for Board
consideration. On August 22, 1973, it came back with the recommendation which is #6.
A motion by Supervisor Frost, and seconded by Supervisor Slater to adopt the resolution
on subject matter was made, but this was withdrawn.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to Tuesday,
September 11, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m., as well as the concurrent matter hereinabove-indicated as
I tern #6 on the Board's Agenda of this date.
Upon motion the Board adjourned sine die .

The foregoing Minutes are hereby approved.
ATTEST:
J . E. LEWIS, Cou,n ty Clerk
By~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
HOWARD C. MENZ
Assistant County Clerk

IS H. BEATTIE, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
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September 11, 1973
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, September 11, 1973,.at 9:30 o'clock, a.m.
Present : Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Reverend Phillip Bryan McKinley, First Christian Church, followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of September 4, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of September 4, 1973 meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Appeal of Simonsen-LeMons Development Company from Planning Commission Denial of
Request of Casa La Cumbre for a Conditional Use Permit (73-CP-58) to Validate Two Entrance Gate Signs
and a Variance (73-V-47) to Validate Said Two Entrance Gate Signs at the Casa La Cumbre Development,
Goleta Valley, Third Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 1, 1973,  at 2 o'clock, p. m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on appeal of Simonsen-LeMons Development Company from Planning
Commission denial of request of Casa La Cumbre, for a Conditional Use Permit (73-'CP-58) under provisions
of Santa Barbara County Code, Chapter 35, Article I, Sign Regulations, Section 35-14 Paragraph 3 ('c)
and Section 35-20, Paragraph 2, to validate two entrance gate signs and a Variance under provisions
of Santa Barbara County Code, Chapter 35, Article I, Sign Regulations, Section 35-24, to validate said
two entrance gate signs to have an overall combined sign size of approximately 110.53 sq. ft. instead
of the permitted 20 sq. ft., for property identified as Assessor's Parcel No. 65-240-24, located on the
north side of Vieja Drive, on the south side of Atascadero Creek and approximately 300 feet west of Puente
Drive, and known as Casa La Cumbre Development, Goleta Valley, Third Supervisorial District, on
the basis that there are no properties in the general vicinity under identical zoning that enjoy the privilege
requested; and that notice by given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of
general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
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(NOTICE)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Ordinance
No. 661 Pertaining to the Relationship between the Permitted Number of Bedrooms and Bachelor Units
and Building Site Area (73-0A-7).
Upon motion of Superivsor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 1, 1973, at 2 o'clock p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on the recommendation of the Planning Commission for adoption of
an ordinance (73-0A-7) amending Section 37, SR-4 - Student Residential District, and Section 38, SR-
2 -Student Residential District of Article V of Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as amended,
pertaining to the relationship between the permitted number of bedrooms and bachelor units and building
site area; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-.94; and that notice be given by publication in
the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)

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RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance (73-RZ-12) Amending
Ordinance No. 661, Rezoning from the 6-R-1-D to the 10-R- 1-D for Property Generally Located in Goleta
Valley, Third Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 1, 1973 at 2 o'clock p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the date
and time for a public hearing on the recommendation of the Planning Commission for adoption of an ordinance
(73-RZ-12), amending Article IV of Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as amended,
rezoning from the 6-R-1-D, One-Family Residential District (permits one- family dwellings on 6,000
sq. ft. lots) to the 10-R-1-D, One-Family Residential District with Design Supervision Combining Regulations
(permits one-family dwellings on 10,000 sq. ft. lots), for property generally located in that portion
of Isla Vista bounded on the north by El Colegio Road, on the east by Camino Corto, on the south by
the Pacific Ocean, and on the west be Camino Majorca and its northerly extension to El Colegio Road,

September 11, .1973.
Goleta Valley, Third Supervisorial District; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-'96; and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation,
as fol lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)

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RE: Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on a Certain Street in Isla Vista, Third Supervisorial
District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
District.

Resolution No. 73-.596
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on a Portion of Modoc Road, Third Supervisorial
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-597
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing "No Parking Zones" on Portions of State Street, Second Supervisorial
District, between the Hours of 7: 00' A .M. and 7: oo P .M.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73--598
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on a Portion of State Street, Second Supervisorial
District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73.-599
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Rescinding Resolution No. 72:902, Establishing "No Parking Zones" on Portions
of State Street, Second Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73--600
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing "No Parking Zones" on Certain Streets in the Town of Summerland,
First Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.601
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Director of Transportation for Acceptance of Dedicated Streets and Release
of 85% of the Letter of Credit for Tract #11, 504'.

Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 85% of the Letter of Credit, dated April 20, 1972, from Avco Savings and Loan Association,
in the original amount of $95,000.00 be released, or if a separate Letter of Credit in the amount of 15%
of the original Letter of Credit is posted, all of the original Letter of Credit guaranteeing public improvements
be exonerated and released, as provided in Ordinance No. 135'8; and that the dedicated streets in the
subd iv is ion be, and the same are hereby, accepted, as recommended by the Di rector of Transportation.

September 1 J, 1973 
RE: Authorizir.ig Chairman to Execute Change Order Number 1 to Contract with E. H. Haskell
Company, for Work on Antone Road & Debra Drive, Project Nos. 700'.1 & 700. 2, for Increase of $5'00'. oo.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No. 1, which provides payment for traffic control, to contract with E. H. Haskel I Company for work
on Antone Road & Debra Drive, Project Nos. 700.1 & 700.2, for an increase of $500.00.
RE: Authorizir.ig Chairman to Execute Change Order Nos. 1 and 2 to Contract with E. H. Haskell
Company for Work Done on Cathedral Oaks Road and Patterson Avenue, Project No. 2011.1, for a Net
Increase of $22, 000 . 00.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unlanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No . 1 (provides payment for traffic control, $2, 000. 00) and Change Order No. 2 (provides payment
for extending the drainage system on Patterson Avenue, $20, 000. 00') ' to contract with E. H. Haskell
Company for work done on Cathedral Oaks Road and Patterson Avenue, Porject No . 2011. 1, . for a net
increase of $22, 000. 00 .
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 1 to Contract with M. J. Hermreck,
Inc. for Work Done on Lompoc-Casmalia Road and Purisima Road, Project Nos. 4041.1 & 4043.2, for Increase
of $5, 000. 00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No. 1, which provides payment for traffic control, for work done on Lompoc-Casmal ia Road and Purisima
Road, Project Nos. 4041 . 1 & 4043. 2, for an increase of $5, 000. 00.
RE: Filing Notice of Completion for the Application of Asphalt Concrete Overlay, Modoc Road,
Project Number 3091 . 1 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Transportation be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to file
Notice of Completion for the Application of Asphalt Concrete Overlay on Modoc Road, by C & J Lambert
Inc.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Notice of Completion in the Office of the County Recorder of Santa Barbara County.
RE: Filing of Notice of Completion for Construction of Improvements on Puente Drive between
Hollister Avenue and Vieja Drive, Project Number 3013 .3 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Transportation be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to file
Notice of Completion for Construction of Improvements on Puente Drive between Hollister Avenue and
Vieja Drive, by E. H. Haskel I Company.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Notice of Completion in the Office of the County Recorder of Santa Barbara County.
RE: Recommendation of Director of Transportation to Approve Request from the Goleta Business
Association for Permission to Temporarily Close Portions of Hol I ister Avenue and Orange Avenue between
1O:00 a .m. and 11: 30 a .m. on October 13 ,  1973,  for Parade Purposes.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Transportation for permission to temporarily
close portions of Hollister Avenue, between Kellogg Ave. and Orange Ave., and Orange Avenue, from
Hollister Avenue to the shopping center property adjacent to Fairview Avenue, between 10: 00 a.m. and
11: 30 a. m. on October 13 , 1973 for parade purposes, on behalf of the Goleta Business Association be,
and the same is hereby, approved.
If barricades are necessary, they may be picked up at the County Yard at 4415 Cathedral
Oaks Road, after noon on Friday, October 12, 1973, and must be returned as near 8: 00 a.m. as possible
on Monday, October 1 5, 1973. 

RE: Resolution Declaring the Existence of a Local Emergency.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-602
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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RE: Recommendation of Planning Director for Refund of $.75. 00 Fee Paid by Don E. Rowland
in Connection with Conditional Use Permit Application, Case No. 73 : cP-62 . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Director for full refund of $75. 00 paid by Don E.
Rowland on July 23,. 1973, Receipt No. X096660, in connection with Conditional Use Permit application,
Case No. 73-CP-62 be,and and the same is hereby, confirmed, since the follow-up case that has subsequently
been filed by the applicant differs from said case only procedurally, and therefore most of the compiled
material and work can be utilized.
RE: Request of the County Assessor for the Granting of 80%' of the Homeowner's Exemption to
Certain Claimants who Failed to File a Timely Claim, but Did File On or Before June 15, 1973  
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of the County Assessor that 80%' of Homeowner' s Exemption be granted to
certain claimants who failed to file timely claims, but did file on or before June 15, 1973, pursuant to
Section 275 of the Revenue and Taxation Code be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect to Deposit $1,800.00 Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings, Joe A. Dudder Office Building, Goleta, Case No. 70.-RZ-87.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the
amount of $1',800.00', 'for landscaping and irrigation system for Joe A. Dudder Office Building, 5669 
Calle Real, Goleta, Assessor's Parcel No. 69-110:-.64' be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $1, 400 . 00 Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings, Mattei 's Tavern Addition, Los Olivos, Case No . 73-M-40.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the
amount of $1, 400. 00, for landscaping and irrigation system for Mattei 's Tavern Addition, Highway 154
& Nojoqui Avenue, Assessor's Parcel No. 135-073'- 01 and -02 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Execution of Releases of Al I County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting from
Vehicular Accidents.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Release of all County claims for damages to County property resulting from vehicular accidents, as
follows:
Manuela Castellanos - for accident on March 31 , 1973, on Hollister Avenue, in the amount
of $2 5 . 8 5 .  : '.  ;
William Shinn - for accident on July 4, 1973, on Via Gaitero, in the amount of $4.6.99.
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in ful l settlement therefore to the Road
Fund.
RE: Fixing Tax Bond for Tract #11, 647 ~
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the tax bond for Tract #11 , 647, in the cash amount of $1 , 114. oo be, and the same is
hereby, fixed.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect to Deposit $5.00.00 Bond for Irrigation System
and Landscape Plantings, Ten-Unit Apartment, Buellton.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the
amount of $500'. 00', for landscaping and irrigation system for ten-unit apartment, 41 Second Street, Buel I ton,
Assessor's Parcel No. 99-282-05 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
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RE: Recommendation of Welfare Director for Approval of Requests for Release from Responsibility
for Care of Parent, Pursuant to State Civil Code Section 206'. 7.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Welfare Director for approval of requests from Joseph Valencia
aka Delbert Apadaca and Rev. Marvin E. Hendricks for release of responsibility for care of parent pursuant
to State C ivi I Code Section 206. 7 be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Approval of Request for Waiver of Physical Requirements for Prospective Employee, Mental
Health Services.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request for a waiver of the physical requirements for the fol lowing prospective
employee be, and the same is hereby, approved, as recommended by Dr. Rink:
Arlene Daly, Account Clerk II , Mental Health Services.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol lowing claims against the County for alleged damages be, and the same are hereby,
referred to County Counsel, Insurance Carrier and Director of Special Services:
a) Sasha Boris Parushev, $16. 00
b) Robert F. Herron, $193. '87 
RE: Declaration for Refund of Penalty & Costs From Charles W. & Stella S. Adkins re .Taxes in
the Sum of $38.10.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Declaration for Refund of Penalty & Costs (Revenue & Taxation Code Sections 5096,
2512.5) from Charles W. & Stella S. Adkins be, and the same is hereby, referred to County Tax Collector
and County Counsel .
RE: Requests for Release from Responsibility for Care of Parent.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following requests for release from responsibility for care of parent be, and the
same are hereby, referred to the Welfare .Director:
a) James David Askens, Jr.
b) Michael B. Day
RE: Request from the City of Santa Maria for Cancellation of Taxes on Assessor's Parcel No.
117-250-28, having been Acquired by the City from Louis Bognuda and Meri Ida Bognuda.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request from the City of Santa Maria for cancellation of taxes on property known
as Assessor's Parcel No. 117-250-28, having been acquired by the City of Santa Maria from Louis Bognuda
and Meri Ida Bognuda by Grant Deed on March 26, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, referred to the County
Tax Collector, pursuant to Section 4986 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
RE: Communication from Mrs. Les I ie Buck Relative to Animal Control.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, referred to Animal Control Division,
Health Department.
RE: Reports and Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following reports and communications be, and the same are .hereby, placed on file:
a) Public Defender Annual Report, 1972-73.
b) County Veterinarian Annual Report, 1972-73 .
c) Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator - two excerpts from Federal Register relating to
air quality: 1) Complex Sources, June 18, 1973, and 2) Deterioration, July 16, 1973.
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d) Pacific Gas & Electric Co. notice of Application to PUC for increase in rates.
e) California Secretary of State Certificates of Filing of Annexation of Tract #11, 721 to County
Service Area No . 5; and Annexation of Christison-Bailard Property (Tract #25, 041) to County Service
Area No. 11 . .
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Participation in Traffic Safety Week, September
24-30, 1973 ."
The Clerk read the above-entitled recommendation dated September 5, 1973,  for participation
by the County in Traffic Week by executing a resolution.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73;-603' 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Authorizing Standby Pay Pursuant to Ordinance Nos. 2445 and 2447 of the
Mental Health Department.
The Clerk read a letter from the Administrative Officer, dated September 5, 1973, advising
that pursuant to the provisions of the Salary Ordinance, the standby program for the Mental Health
Department is presented for approval.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.604' .
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Request of Administrative Officer for Consideration of Second-Year Funding for Organized
Crime Intelligence Unit.
The Clerk read a letter from the Administrative Officer, dated September 5, 1973, on
subject request, recommending adoption of a resolution which would accomplish four points.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73--605
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and Work Training Program, Inc. for Use
of County Facilities Without Any Compensation commencing with Two (2) weeks after said Execution.
The recommendation of the Administrative Officer, dated September 5, 1973, approving
subject Agreement, was read by the Clerk.
Upon motion of Superivsor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-'606
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Letter from Administrative Officer informing Board of Request of Miss Pearl Chase for
Appointment of Supervisor Catterlin as Representative of the County on Joint Powers Committee.
The Clerk read the above-entitled letter, dated September 5, 1973, relaying Miss Chase's
request.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanaminously
it is ordered that Supervisor Charles F. Catterlin be, and he is hereby, appointed as representative
of t.he County on the Joint Powers Committee.
RE: Report of Administrative Officer of Offer
for Consulting Services in Revision of General Plan .
of General Research
(Cont'd)
Corporation of Santa Barbara
The Administrative Officer advised that he had no formal written report but would like
to inform the Board that on September 5th, he wrote General Research Corporation of Santa Barbara
and Herman D. Ruth Associates that this Board had approved a contract with Livingston and Blayney
for consulting services, and that they should contact Livingston and Blayney.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, droppoed from the agenda.
September l 1, 1973, 
RE: . Report of Auditor-Controller relative to Fund Balances in County Service Area #1 and
County Service Area #31. (Cont'd)
Supervisor Slater advised that subject matter was supposed to be sent to the Isla Vista
Municipal Advisory Council but as of Last Friday morning it had not been received by the Council;
therefore, he asked for a continuance of two weeks.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to Monday, September
24, 1973 
RE: Report by Supervisor Catterl in and County Counsel on Request of t.he Community Action
Commission of Santa Barbara County for Clarification of Roles and Responsibilities of the Commission
and County Senior Citizens Advisory Commission.  (Cont'd)
Superivsor Catterl in advised that subject matter was referred to the County Counsel
and himself and a copy of a proposed resolution is in front of each Supervisor today .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
#11, 730',
Resolution No. 73:.608
(ORIGINAL JN PERMANENT FILES)
Planning Commission Recommendation for
Ballard Area, Third Supervisorial District.
Approval
(Cont'd)
of Revised Tentative Map of Tract
The Clerk read a request for continuance of one month until approximately October
15th from Attorney Stanley C. Hatch advising that he has been authorized by the owner of ~ubject
property to waive the time limitations relating to the approval of the Tentative Map from September
11, 1973 l:o October 15'., 1973 . There was also a request from the Santa Y~ez Valley General Plan
Advisory Committee for a two weeks' continuance.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to Monday, September .
24, . 1973 .
RE: Nominations of Individuals to the Rules and Regulations Committee of the Santa Barbara
County Air Pollution Control District .
The Clerk read the following communications relative to above-entitled subject:
a) Agricultural Commissioner, dated August 31 . 1973.-
0ffice representation
b) League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara , dated
August 29, 1973 - Reappointment of
Joan Kerns
c) Santa Barbara County Farm Bureau, dated Septem -
ber 5, 1973 -:-Mr. William Laranjo, l3uellton
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to Monday, September
24, 1973, for report from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors on responses from present members.
RE: Request of the Sheriff for Approval in Principle of Grant Application to CCJC of Proposed
Comprehensive Rehabilitation Program for Santa Barbara County (Project SAVE). (Cont'd)
The Clerk read subject request dated September 11, 1973., and the Administrative Officer
explained the Program in brief and requested approval of ~ame.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the Grant Application to CCJC of the Proposed Comprehensive Rehabi I itation Program
for Santa Barbara County (Project SAVE) be, and the same is hereby, approved in principle, as
recommended by the Administrative Officer and the Sheriff.
RE: Request of Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for Support of HR I, Adult Aid
Program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled request be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
'
RE:
ti on.
September 11, 1973. 
Hearing on Proposed Adoption of an Ordinance Establishing Standards for Water Wei I Construe-
This being the time and place for a public hearing on above-entitled subject; the Clerk
announced that the Affidavit of Pub I ication was on file.
Supervisor Catterl in objected to the wording of the above-entitled matter on the agenda.
The report before this Board which has been accepted and was circulated last week, entitled "Report
Relative to Issuance of Small Water System Permits in South Coast Water Basins, Santa Barbara County"
does not deal with standards of construction. He hoped that the agenda item was not so misleading that
the public would think the Board is adopting an ordinance this morning. He then read subject report,
including three (3) recommendations, signed by himself and Supervisor Slater, dated August 31 , 1973 .
In a discussion concerning small water systems, Supervisor Catterlin advised that every
one of these items has been documented with reports, letters from the various Water Districts concerned,
from the State and from the Cachuma Conservation Release Board, which took the position that we should
be having the recordation of water extractions and diversions throughout the County. It also includes
County Counsel's opinions as to the legality of such a procedure. The Board of Supervisors does not
have the authority to issue small water permits -the Health Officer does. This report, with reference
to Item #3, indicates to the County Health Officer that he should not be issuing small water permits unless
he can guarantee that there will be a continuous supply of pure, wholesome, potable, and healthful
water.
Bruce Dodds, Deputy County Counsel, advised that with reference to Item #2 in subject
report that as far as he knows, this has not been referred to his office - perhaps someone else in the
office has heard of it.
Supervisors Catterlin, Slater and Director of Public Works Caldwell explained Item #1 during
a discussion on it.
Stanley C. Hatch, Attorney for East Valley Ranch Co. and Santa Ynez River Water Conservation
District discussed the three (3). recommendations in the report point by point. He pointed out that the
Board of Directors of the Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District has submitted to the Board of
Supervisors its Resolution No. 378, passed and adopted on August 21, 1973, opposing resolutions of
the Montecito County Water District and the Goleta County Water District requesting the Board of Supervisors
to regulate groundwater extractions.
Mr. Hatch continued that the proposal before the Board is just not an adequate substitute
for a little hard work on the part of ttie two Water Districts - Montecito and Goleta; these Districts should
go out and hire professional help to do it. He suggested that instead of creating problems by agriculturists
throughout the County, that the Board turn the matter back to the two Water Districts involved. He discussed
in capsule form, the water rights of the Districts. It could invite massive litigation, he declared. If
the Water Districts talk the County into not issuing smal I water system permits on the South Coast, it
would be the neatest trick since the U. S. sold wheat to the Russians. The fact that the Goleta and Montecito
Water Districts need water, and that is consistently the approach they have stated that they need this
water from the groundwater basin, gives them no power to invade the rights of others without ful I compensation.
He doesn't believe that the Health Officer and the Board of Supervisors should assume that these
two Water Districts will violate the law; they should assume that they will honor the law. Goleta and
Montecito Water Districts have no more right to take in excess of the available surplus water than they
have to waylay an Arrowhead truck going down the street and taking off some of its bottles of water.
They want to take the underground water and not provide for large portions for the under-developed
land.
Robert Goodwin, Attorney for Goleta County Water District, debated on the point that it
is not a question of Water Districts' rights against landowners' rights but it is between the current users
and potential users. He believes that Mr. Hatch is trying to put this Board in the position of a water
court and that is not the function of the Board. The one legal question which everyone agrees on is
that a Water Basin should not be overdrafted. The Goleta Water Basin legally, morally, and politically
should not be overdrafted. This County should not be put in the position of assuming more building
permits if those structures cannot have water. If the granting of building permits is continued, it is
not taking water from the Goleta or Montecito Water Districts, but from other people in the Basin that
now live and work there. If new structures are allowed, then those people will get the water just the
same as the people who have been living there. We are talking about protecting the health and safety
of people and until such time as the courts and some other bodies which are legally empowered to take
action, there is no basis upon which to allow additional structures. The legal cases which Mr. Hatch 
cited are all cases in which the groundwater basins have been al lowed to be overdrafted during past
decades. The Boards of Supervisors did not take any action, and by reason of their failure to act, massive
I itigation resulted. The South Coast Basin is not overdrafted in the Goleta Basin at this time, he advised.
As far as the registration for water extractions is concerned, he believes it is a good idea in Goleta but
recognize it is not perfect.
The Board recessed for five minutes at 10: SO o'clock, a.m.
At 10: SS o'clock, a .m., the Board reconvened.

Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
September 11, . 1973. 
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Robert Bitten, General Manager, Goleta County Water District, advised that he had just
had a telephone conversation with an official of the State Department of Water Resources in Los Angeles
concerning some of the points brought up here this morning. He repeated specific questions and the
answers to such questions from the SDWR official . Mr. Bitten advised that they have professionals in
their office who are .working on the determination of safe water yield of groundwater basin, and they
are investigating other ways to enhance their water supply. They have retained John Toups Engineering
Co. to come up with add itiona I sources of water. They are getting the fact out to the people to conserve
water. The drilling of five (5) new wells is not complete and they are now in line and pumping.
Stanley Abbott, Attorney for El Capitan and Dos Pueblos Ranch, advised that he had planned
to present the same legal argument as Mr. Hatch. The Board is being asked to take a position making
the County legally responsible instead of the Water Districts, in his opinion. The Districts want an edge
over the landowners, and they do not have that right. He believes the issue of building permits goes
to the question of growth and not the question of water. The Board of Directors in Goleta for the last
1 O years have recognized the need for supplemental water . He feels that the District created the problem
and now they are asking the County to bail them out and makes consideration available for a law suit .
Supervisor Tunnell advised that this is a very complex subject and very far-reaching.
The proposal before the Board today deals with a subject that affects the entire County. Many, many
people in the northern end of the County are very definitely vitally concerned with this subject and many
were not aware that this was on the agenda today.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to R. M. Edmonston, Consulting
Engineer, County Water Advisory Committee and County Counsel for study and recommendation and
report back to the Board on Monday, November 12, 1973", at 10: oo o'clock, a. m.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject public hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to
Monday, November 12, 1973,at 10:00 o'clock, a.m.
Supervisor Frost advised that he had seconded the motion because he felt it was the appropriate
action to take this morning. He brought up the situation of the Carpinteria County Water District where
there are something I ike 2 or 3 ,"000 dwelling units on the drawing boards. If these units are built, the
Carpinteria Valley would be out of water. If rationing were necessary in the future, this is something
that can be done by the residential user , however, there are a great number of agricultural users in
the Carpinteria Valley. The greenhouses could not ration. His question was basically "How do we protect
the future of the greenhouses and the avocado growers and at the same time protect the rights of the
residential users?" . It seemed to him that the recommendations contained in subject report of Supervisors
Catterlin and Slater would be one way of getting a handle on the situation.
Neil Mendenall, General Manager, Montecito County Water District, advised that the Water
Districts of Goleta, Montecito, Carpinteria, Summerland, and City of Santa Barbara have joined in a
Joint Powers Agreement to study all the supplemental water that might be available. This includes State
Project water from the northern route and from the Los Angeles route . He believes, like a lot of voters,
that if the Feather River Project were put to a vote, it would be turned down; more facts and answers
to questions are needed . After Mr. Edmonston has updated his costs on the Feather River water, it
is hoped that hearings will be held and the public educated to all the facts. At some point in time, hopefully
within the next year, they will be in a position to go to the people for a vote on some probable source
of water to supply their needs. It is really a sad state of affairs when public entities cannot protect
the people who are living here now and using water. If necessary, let us meter the water, he suggested,
but added that he would hope that would not be necessary. The Board requested that Mr. Mendenal I
make copies of his remarks in written form for the Supervisors, as wel I as the Clerk's Office, and he
agreed that he would do so .
RE: Recommendation of Chairman of Santa Barbara County Civil Service Commission for Adoption
of Revised Program for Affirmative Action. (Cont'd)
Tom Castelo, Committee Chairman, told the Board of the number of meetings and hours
spent on subject program and advised that for the most part, he agreed with .the Civil Service Commission
recommendation but that he had something to add today.
The Clerk read a letter dated August 17, 1973.from the Civil Service Commission on subject
matter.
The Administrative Officer advised the Board that he had no recommendation either on the
program itself or on the separate suggestions.
Mr. Castelo read a statement of the Lay Committee on Affirmative Action, consisting of Recommendation
#1 and Recommendation #2. This is the net effect of their additional recommendation for the Affirmative
Action Program.
In answer to an inquiry from Supervisor Catterl in as to the position of the Personnel Officer
on Recommendation #1 of the Lay Committee, Harvey Clement, Employee Development Coordinator, advised
that their position relative to utilization analysis is, of course, that they concur. This is an important
element to the program and is absolutely essential. They are presently revising the developments mainly

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September 11, 1973.
because there was a change under which they developed this information. They are now under the Federal
requirements of contract and compliance and working in the Data Processing Department. In the Director
0 5)
of Personnel's letter of August 29, 1973, he pointed out that they are presently compiling similar information
for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission report due on October 31 , 1973 ." The Personnel Department
has no objection to Recommendation #1, Mr . Clement concluded.
With reference to the first paragraph on page two of Recommendation #2, Mr. Clement pointed
out that it is the Personnel Department's opinion that this is a decision which should be left to the Civil
Service Commission on which to make a recommendation . They would not take a stand . They recommended
that it be eliminated from the Program itself. It did not seem appropriate for the Personnel Department
to take a stand as to appointing a new Department Head; they did feel that the Commission felt that the
proper place of authority was in the office of the Administrative Officer.
Fernando Padilla responded to an inquiry from Supervisor Catterlin for someone to explain
the difference between the two concepts for him .
The Administrative Officer advised that he did not agree with Mr. Castelo that a separate
department is needed. Mr. Castelo had explained to the Board that in negotiation with problem departments,
what is needed is a mediator role, and that the best use of the Administrative Officer's offic.e is to use
it as a neutral point . The Administrative Officer disagreed with Mr. Castelo that a separate department
is needed because this activity will be evaluating the performance of the Administrative Officer also -
that is not necessarily correct because the evaluation is going to be made by the Board of Supervisors
through reports submitted by the Affirmative Action Program to this Board . We are also going to be
looked upon by the Federal agency, which is monitoring this activity. This is not a local program,
it is one which is modeled after Federal legislation. Also, Mr. Johnson, advised that the last thing which .
is needed is another department . If we can organize ourselves and carry out within our structure, then
that is the best way to go. He concurred with the recommendation of the Civil Service Commission on
this . The present structure in the Personnel Office has an analyst who was employed for that specific
purpose to administer the Affirmative Action Program.
Mr. Caste lo disagreed with Mr. Johnson strongly on that construction . It is a very complex
program and there is much reporting and would require a ful I-time person to make these periodic reports .
That person in the Personnel Office was hi red to be the Employee Development Coordinator. Mr. Johnson
suggested that Mr. Castelo take a look at the classification of duties of the above-named position . Mr.
Castelo advised that his committee would like to remain in essence on some follow-up on this plan and
have some voice in the selection of this individual who will be selected for this Program.
Supervisor Beattie felt that he would have to go along with the recommendation of the Civil
Service Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Board adopt the Affirmative Action pol icy to include Recommendation #1 of the Lay
Committee on Affirmative Action; and Recommendation #2 be, and the same is hereby , referred to Supervisors
Frost and Slater for conferring with the Administrative Officer and the Personnel Officer; and that the
existence of the Lay Committee on Affirmative Action be continued in order to be able to cal I them into
session at any time that is necessary to evaluate the program which the Board is adopting of Affirmative
Action; and thank the Lay Committee very much for the hundreds and hundreds of hours they have spent
on this Program .
William Simms, Chairman, Affirmative Action Committee, NAACP, read a written statement
requesting for NAACP, a continuance in the matter of the Lay Committee Report to the Board and the
Commission on Affir.mative Action, as wel I as being provided with a copy of the report, and requesting
delay in Board's consideration until the Committee can study the report and submit recommendations.
Mr. Padilla enumerated the Committee members, and advised that a one-ethic group did
not put together this plan; there were whites, brown, black and yellows.
RE: Request of Mrs. Shirley Mankin, First Supervisorial District, for Appointment of Four Members
to the Senior Citizens Advisory.Commission.
The above-entitled request was noted and referred to Supervisor Catterl in.
The Board recessed until two o'clock, p. m.
At two o'clock, p .m., the Board reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
September 11, 1973, .
RE: Al lowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the following
claims be, and the same are hereby allowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the fund designated
 on the face of each claim, respectively , to-wit:
(Claims Li st)


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'
A C  t 17
7 /73
AUDITO -SONJRO\ti R'S WAR'RAWl R&GtSTm~~  . ~
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
AJMt8t:b-ia Mclieal GrCMap of S.B.
State B411eati.onal &wDC:Y for SarplG
Property
E CarEel, M.D.
John G. Cbappl. M.D.
coaat Dental X=Jtay
Mil199roe criatoetczo
Pita Phaniacy Inc.
French Bopit.al
Goleta Coaoty water Diatriet
Golta COGnty Water Dltrict
Wayne Herbert, M.D.
C.H. Bittenherger CO.'
Roge.r A. Ikola, M.D.
Willi- a. Johuon. M.D.
Junior Shoatovn. Sr., t nc.
Arnold P. Krmdaea, M.D.
E.T. ttoleadrianoa, M.D.
e.w. La9erquiat, M.D.
Joeepb F. Maguire, M.D.
Marian llo8pital
Gareth L. Minbolcl, M.D.
Jean B. Michela, M.D.
obbe Orthopeclica, Inc.
Shirley Rivera
st. Francia Boapital 01 s.a.
Santa Barbara Viaitlng lftlr Aaaa.
Pet.er A. Statti , M.D.
JCathryn KYl Stephen.eon, M.D.
J.o. SVindeman
AMOUNT
112.80
25.00
33.84
27.50
19.48
25.00
100.00
20.25
21.s1
189.40
315.54
5.89
102.43
10.00
84.60
161.66
16.92
451.75
33.00
38.20
M.60
218.30
30.75
S.64
266.94
45.12
60.00
698.83
36.00
115.12
45.12
25.62
11, 19 3 PAID CURRENT
NUMBER
05159
05160
05161
05162
05163
05164
05165
05166
05167
05168
05169
06170
05171
05172
05173
05174
OC5i:75
05176
05177 "
05178
05179
05180
05181
05182
05183
05184
05185
051-86
05186
05188
05189
05190
MONTH
UN LESS
MARKED

1

AC - t S7
7/73
 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT .REGISTER ,
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GB&BML
PA YEE/REMARKS
Willi.- J. Tibbe, M.D.
B. a. Wall.ace.  .J.
Ag~i-Tarf SUppli-, Inc.
Applied Baain Printing
A_pollo Ah way. Inc.
Arro'M!lea4 l'\lrlta water
&zToyo Anheia Foote
Atl- Gae SerYlee
Baoeroft-wbita1y co.
Bill' Si9n Sbop
Bzgghelli Brot:llera
BU- of Bui.n Practice
callforaia coanci.l of CiYil BQrJinri
an&l Lani Surveyor
State le'pnrtnt of Jll8tice
California Blct:rOllie POlice BqulFnt
ec-1.aaioa on Pr~-ionill & Rcpital
Activltl

aaa Florea Pooda

Bon BX CO., IDC.
I
Coaaolidate4 Electrical Ditribatora. I
PiJ,as IDC.
Friction Material co,
Goleta Tractor Slce
Gaadalape Garbage COllplay
&anaon BQaip1at co.
 
DATi:8&P'lDBBR 11. 19 3 PAID
CURRENT

AMOUNT
73.SO
50.76
105.00
219.42
60.00
4.43
416.27
744.50
162.49
1'6.28
61.50
297.00
6.72
3.18
5'.60
607.38
229.15
100. 00
IJ.35
116.41
79.25
73.03
30.53
32.20
941.38
107.40
19.25
42.50
15.00
16.10
NUMBER
05191
0 51 92
05193
05194
05195
05196
OSl.97
0 51.98
05199
05200
05201
05202
05203
05204
05205
05206
05208
05209
052&7
05210
05211
os2u
05213
05214
05215
05216
05217
0 5218
05219
05220
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




AC  t 57
7/'13
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER  
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUNO __ _jj GIJlllllJl:llli*l.iI, ____ _ ___ _ _ ____ DATESBP"t"BMBD 11, 19 l CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
R.wlLiu RMf'kloa co  ., Inc.
Bopper., Inc.
I B  Corp.
lDhalatioa 6fberapy Supply co.
Inrtat aeauurut SQPPly
~D Kodak CCll;Pllay
Koii.ato -.i.Pat. Inc.
Leaitt-Pacif ic ~Dy
LiDg'l Bros. Coff. Inc.
IAln4 Office Bqai199nt
Lyon Moving & ~age co.
MC11all Building llaPriala., tnc.
Miion Li1111tn Sapply
Mtion Paint & Art
sational Pire Protection Aaociation
BolaDCl Pap1r ComtallY Inc.
Olivera' Auto Part.a
J.C. Pena1y Camp-~. Inc.
Pfilr TXuck & Tractor SalPion
r Pt.g COllpa-.y
Preaidio Grapbic:
City of Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Billlldery
Santa Barbara Pir Bquipl!Dt
Santa Barbara Gl CallllJ&ny
Sant:a.Bl'bera Ja:aitor Supply co.
Schaaer Printing co  ., toe.
smaraan Batcher co.
Sol Ya 11J Mill & Lwller Yard


AMOUNT
7.61
177.80
179.84
2.,859.20
la .16
284.71
76.32
42.39
127.lS
685. 75
125.50
2'3.63
6.'6
193.02
5.85
10.21
2.,102.65
3.77
49.15
286.83
207.76
207.45
'6.913
790.76
42  60
1.59
103.18
135.lS
315.13
4.28
'
NUMBER
05221
05222
05223
05224
05225
05226
05227
05228
05229
05230
05231
05232
05233
05234
05235
05236
05237
05238
05239
05240
05241
05242
05243
05244
05215
05246
05247
05248
05249
05250
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

A C - tl'7
7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLE-R'S WARRANT REGISTER
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA ,.
PAYEE/REMARKS
star nae & Sapply
sutJ.oe1r Price Serwiee co.
Taylor t Co111Fny. Iac.
Vita ScintU.ic
Wallace Machinery COllpaDy
Saal BerMtein. .D.
DaYl4 1f. BohD. DDS
Barry Silaby Brown. fl.D.
W. Bnee BGCklss. M.D.
Leonarcl B. BUT9- M.D.
Jobn a. carae11. M.D.
Gl'gory Dhln. M.D.
Joepb a. DiBartolo10. M.D.
.
Bl Cillto -rant
w.s. Foalt.s, MD.
JobD 1f  Gainor ll.D.
/
General Telephone co.
Goleta Coanty water Diatrict
Mon~ito county ~r Diftrict
Pacilic Gaa & Electric ec.p.ay
4o
4o
~~~~~~!_ 1 73 PAID
- CURRENT
AMOUNT
{ ~99
6.36
612.61
273.33
24.24
12.75
57.24
22.39
29.63
22.83
11.78
20.50
359.0
15.00
253.80
70.SO
126. 90
681.66
47.15
39.'8
49.07
653 .
430.5'
54.83
126.40
1.051.79
752.60
169.04
90.56
467.71
NUMBER
05251
05252
05253
05254
052SS
05256
05257
05258
oa2S9
05260
05261
05262
05263
05264
05265
05266
05267
05268
05269
05270
05271
05272
05273
05274
05275
05276
097
05278
05279
05280
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
Aerojft Hclial & Biological Syatw
Allen FoOd IDCO.
Bowan .Prodact Diieion
arunwi9 Drvq company
B & A Garage

Stat.a De~at of Ju.tice
The a11aat of the Unl.-raity ot ca.
Stat.a Bdaeatiol A9DCT for hrplua
Prop1rty
Office
C.rlil Grapllica
carnation Ccrapany
Cutia Mat.hon Scientific. inc.
Ji.a9no~ic IaotoP l'.oeorpration
!"!Mt Dew Cbeaieal ca.peny
na1rHl office Bquipmnt.
Gallollay B19Ctric
~
G Oleta Upbolatery
Dlprin SQPPly Co.
Bayward'a

-
Bac'bt. tical. xac.
Ray Bopmn PlUllbiag & aeati119
The Bouae of Glaaa
Mark aard Aerial su wey Inc:.
Bynaon. w.atc:ott & Jutmift9. Inc.
Iagr Paper COllJPllay
La concepclou Aaimal 9'pltal
Laerl Leboratori Diiioo
Lee & . 1. Inc.
Lompoc R.eeord Pabr lica~ion
Mtnto & Blectrial Service
AMOUNT
112.50
1.615  70
305.00
2.93
15.61
534.56
215.24
42.00
12.so
15.00
96.94
122.28
11.21
77.00
275.00
177.17
2.97
1.290.41
24.68
85.70
26.00
1.958.46
24.73
24.39
93.28
33.60
4.759.'73
20.00
281.26
35.60
57.31
78.00
32.08
DE 73 PAI['
~.LA-~ CURRENT
NUMBER
05281
05282
05283
05284
05285
05286
05287
05288
05289
05290
05291
05292
05293
05294
05295
05296
05297
05298
05299
05300
05301
05302
05303
05304
05305
05306
05307
05308
05309
05310
05311
05312
05313
05314
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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AUDITOR-CONTR.OLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
Mallinckrodt ciical Work
Merck Sharp & Doa.e
Meylan Stopwatch corp.
w.w. Mm'JilY
-'fhe --Pzee PublS.hlD9 Co.
Oldenkamp co.
City of Petaluma
Pr-t-on Pro4acta corporation
Rayne Water CODllitioaing
R.P. Ricbarde. Inc:.
lllb Container COllpaay
Rolatape corporation
91te All8ti tiOD o.f COIUlty ftMcrere
Patmater 
I
suta Ynn Valley Bar4ware
Soieatific Prodacta
Searle Campny
Sltrock Scieailfic Specialty Syatw,
Sai~ Kline & FZnela Laboratori-
Shszvia-Willi. co.
Sparkel Linen SerYi.ee
Standar4 Oil COllpaay ~ califoeira
Saburban hbb!llh ~
'l'ayco Buain l'or.9
GOl9 Ti . DD fa company
311 Mirmeaota Mining & 1119.
Plan
we.ua tac.
lfefterD P8yebological SftYicea
AMOUNT
130.00
180.79
679.SO
150.00
147.17
8.91
2.00
6.89
23.90
19.75
36.30
86.28
25.00
s.244.as
2.000.00
8.49
57.11
587.40
136.00
11.60
8.52
8.60
2,260.91
aso.oo
115.86
72.00
440.28
40.70
47.45
46.64

11# 19 3 PAID
CURRENT
NUMBER
05315
05316
05317
05318
05319
05320
05321
05322
05323
05324
05325
05326
05327
05328
05329
05330
05331
05332
05333
05334
05335
05336
05337
05338
05339
05340
05341
05342
05343
0531
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNO _ _ ___JGl~B~-~-~~L:__ __________ OATE SEH30BMJlBR 11. l 73 PAID
CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
John Wiley & Son. Inc 
xerox corporation
Zelles:bttch
Paal L. .Aebton & Yvonne A8hton
FranciS B. Batti
Robert G,. Blanke. N.D.
Toll BOQm
Willi- L. BolMaD
JoaAtpb 1l. --da
ViktorJ.a COllau, M.D.
aenara1 Telepllo  Co.
Walter a. G1'Vlg, LD.
x 48 conat:ract.ion
Patricia Xlift99r
Patrict J. lleltlDley
Weady Matter
J L. Pttillo
Dolaalc1 ftl~ aiAk, M.l.
CJ.ty of saata sarbera
Santa Barbara Pablle Library
City of santa Maria
SoatheZn californla Ga co.
Belen Tbei-
Bltoo v. T09neaaini

aobert G. Williw, 11.D. & Donald B
Rebert. M.D  Ine.
AMOUNT
12.34
1,236.56
55.78
417.50
280.
1,000.00
13.68
60.00
9.24
20.00
1,333.33
3,837.06
439.S
1.000.00
9,304.59
98.28
29.57
112.so
NUMBER
05345
05346
053'7
05348
05349
05350
05351
0535-2
05353
05354
05355
05356
05357
05358
05359
05360
05361
05382
2.60 05363
11.90
2,21,.00
114,9,3.82
7.70
58.90
10.00
1,909.10
15.8'
65.00
7,197.08
1.070.56
053"
OS365
05366
05367
05368
05369
05370
05371
05372
05373
05374
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBBRU
PAYEE/REMARKS
&ngelecJ?W Co.
4o
do
llobrt J. Bell company
c11rpi nt-.ria Bra14
coaatal copying Prodact9


Coant}' Recorder' &.ociatlon of CA.
Prank A. Doa9la LIIV Boob
Parr co.paoy
Gaeral Electric CClllllMmY
Goleta Valley Today
Golden COaat Dairy
Barri " Prnk
Iagra Papr COllpllny
A. lMVy Is J. ZelltDR CO.
Mc:Pheraon LeatJlr Cclllploy
J- a. MCCla11ny. Bec:eifttr
llilpaa JleDQl IDC.
Miaaion Lirn Supply
do
Kor- Sl9D11l Dawie 
Minneaco Dlvlaion
Pfir. Iac.
Santa Brbara Janitoi: sapply eo.
Santa Barbara Jitor Supply co.
Sata Barbara Off ic:e S.pply
art Sapply co  Inc.
DATE SBP!"RMIQ 11. 1 73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
AMOUNT NUMBER MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 PAID
FUND _~Gulylall!l'!R_if!!~LL__ __ _ _ ___ ____ DATESIP!B"U 11. 19 3 CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Spcial SdaeatioD Materi&Jja. Inc
Sy8tea DeN1.s-Dt. Coxporation
TecllnJ.oon Inat.rwnta corp 
M.H. Mazy iqallar
ilw coanty BaDk
Cbarln B. Doc1ge
Ray L. aerrett
GIDlral TelJbon co.
Graydon a. Ball. Jr.
Jack I lautl.D8
J- a. Laffoon. u.s. Mrahal
Richard B. Lallbert M.D~
Loa Al,. CC-nity serYiee Diatrict.
Mr. Jill Jk:Bratbaey
Mid State BaDk
Ort:bopaedlc BOllpital
Pacific Ga  Blctric co.
'!'be a1gaata of t'.b UDiezJ.ty of ca
Sallta Brbera  t10tial Bau
Santa Berbra ass-Pr  
Pred Saith
soatllrn califorllia Bc1iaoa eo.
/ S-rlaad comat.y water Diftrict:
.Richard TCb
Carlo A. Weber. Ph D
Chaanel  llo supply- company
Blectro-cat.hete.r corporation
LO Angel Pi.re Departa9nt:
nae Meorc1er Printing  Pabluhing co.
'
AMOUNT
65.65
550.00
274.58
156. 78
3.598.00
5.60
so.oo
25.00
152.78
200.87
73.47
219.24
120.00
376.lJO
135.00
154.00
3.336.ll
40.78
65.00
612.87
123.11
11.04
129.72
135.00
23'80
135.00
150.00
142.93
2.86
298.4'
23.00
159.00
225.052.63'*
NUMBER
05'05
05406
05407
05408
05409
05410
05411
05412
06413
0541.4
05415
05416
05417
05418
05419
05420
OS421
05'22
05'23'
05'24
05'25
05426
05427
05428
05429
05430
05431
05432
05433
05434
05435
05436
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

PAYEE/REMARKS
aoe - 001s
Acme aotary Broom SerYice
J. B. Bauer
BraniDCJ Dilioo
Doagla Oil eo  ot Calif.
Graybar Blectric co  Inc.
GrQ' Ploor CoverJ.nga
Blw W. Griaet. fit Soll
Blmer lf. Griaet & Son
B. B. BaKell Co.
Bopprr, Inc.
s.a. Janitor Sapply co. 
Soathexn Pacific Mil1iQCJ Company
Technical Book Co 

J. G. Tucker & Son. Inc.
Dapt;. of !'ranaportation
General ifelepbone co.
Goleta County Watu Dhtrict:
c & J La8il:Maxt. Inc.
Lawyer Tit.l. Inaoranc:e Co.
Gerald Lorden
idway Electric Co.
Pacific Ga & Bleetrie Co.
Purcbaaing A9-*'  volvin9 Pwld
City of Santa Mria
Seearity Title Inaurance Co.
AMOUNT
344.50
648.14
114.13
2.12a.2.s
1.38
20.99
701.52
241.3,
1,566.35
23.94
65.25
38.50
161.00
763.32
18.55
209.24
159.45
63.92
12.38
32.098.55
so.oo
17.65
4.534.09
115.46
182.38
24.65
100.00
25.69
 NUMBER
5437
5'38
5'39
5440
5'41
542
54'3
544
5445
si&6
5447
5448
54f,9
5450
5451
5452
5'53
545'
5455
5456
5457
5458
5459
5460
5461
5462
5463
5464

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA 
FUND _ _JJ~CISC~~B~l~J~a~~~o-~us~_ _ _ ___:_~------DATE Septia.r 11 l 73CU PRARIDE NT
PA YEE/REMARKS
- DOCS
s. B. Janitor Sapp1y CO.
CAPITAL OUTIAY - 030
J. W. Bailtty Conatructlon Co. .
Grant ea.tltlbarg
Inc.

OCMS
Joeapb P. Green

S. B. Datsun
0073 a
EMBRGBHC'Y BMPLOYlllDl'r AC'r - 1100
s. B. Bational Bank 
TRAD waanm CAPint. - 1900
Grit & Son
Boppar. Inc.
H1S I nd.atrial M
BICO lndtrial kodaeu
Standard Oil Co.
  
I

AMOUNT
125.00
125.00
22.379.58
1  170.00
s.101.56
28.651.14
33.55
33.ss
2.650.00
2650.00*
233.17
233.17*
135.76
NUMBER
5465
5466
5467
5,68
5469
5470
5471
910.19 5'73
345.47 5'74
289.63
7  60
100.15
148.09
4  965. 78
4.614.65
22.05
11.539.37*
5475
5476
5477
5478
5479
5480
5481

MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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7/73
-

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND MlSCBLI 'VBOOS
}
PAYEE/REMARKS
SB CO AIR POLL COJft' DIST - 1960
S. B. Office Supply
General Tel.epbone Co.
Bealt.h Departmnt
Purebaaing Agent:' Ravol vinCJ PUnd
Clifton J. SeyllC)Gr
Clifton J. Seyaour
Bdward M. Tate
.,.ooti'.\SBRVICB AREA 11  1120 a 

Board of! Retirwt. co. of s. a.
SB CO FLD COBT & W'iR COS DIST MrCB - l
Bruning Diviaion
United Air Linee/Air Travel Plan
Wallace Machinery
LOllPOC CXft FLOOD Z01IB 2 - 2470
Frank J. Oloc:eo
Pacif ic tern Aerial Sarv.y
- 2610
Agri-Turf Suppli. xne.
Bopper. Inc.
Standard Oil Co.
SAllTA .-all PLOOD ZOO #l - 2560
Bopper. Inc.

DATE Septm'ber ll. l
AMOUNT
6.78
49.49
21.22
2.31
42.84
37.13
17.52
177  29*
3363.78*
74.41
48.25
197.l.4
309.80
610.56
66.52
677.08
1  718.60
8.60
100.32
9.46
NUMBER
5482
5483
5484
5485
S486
5487
5488
5'90
5491
5492
5493
5494
5495
5496
5497
5498

73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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7{73
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AUDltrOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND JUSCBiiJ:ft!!M'RQ~~!!!------------DATE SepUmber 11.
PAYEE/REMARKS
,SUIA YJIBZ PLOOD ZOBB !l - 2590
Pacific tern Aerial Starv.y
LMRJ11A CO. SAlll DIS'!' a - GBll - 2870
a a s 5  2 I I S I I
Bryant. & ftott. ec.paoycoaat.
Welding Supply
C'111J.gan Water COlldi.Uonio9
Poller' Stationery I
'
"arrl' Aato Parts
Pacific Ga & Blect.rlc Co.
Pacific Gae & Blec:trlc Co.
Soatlwt Plaible eo.
W & If Barctwara
LOS ALAmS CBMBTDY DIST - 3300
Lo Alw ec-nity serv:ice Diet.
MillSTRBUI  1260
C:C-WU.ty Action C:C-iaaJon of s.a.
I' co, ~ D~ST .- j poBST, 2900
JaaiellOll Contraction co  Inc.
AMOUNT
475.00
415.00'I'
6.90
S.81
7.00
7.41
7.80
440.63
58.05
9.12
8.69
551.41
NUMBER
5499
5500
5501
5502
5503
5504
ssos
5506
5507
5508
250.25 5509
39.80
290.05*
185.71
185. 71
16,418.M
16 ,418.94*
5510
5511
5512

. 73PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

 


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'  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND _ _jG:;J!DDBCJt1~tt!.-!SSDDRPJ!PILl,IBIMIJllJWl'JLf __ ____ DATE SBP'!IMRBR 11. 1
PAYEE/REMARKS
John P. Blanc:bad. LD.  Inc.
llZ'. catherioa c.ar-r
Cbapala PropertiDrley
crai.g, . ltor
Gary P. crawtor4, LD.
BXWCe Dodd
John B. Pabyaaeic1'. Dine~01r
May Morriaou Heap
a.D. Johaaon
A. rthur lon, Director
Cbarl  W. owea, .D.
Tbe Phoenix of Santa Barbara
J . Pollard
W  Gorc1on s.t, t:h, M.D.
~.T. Tnunt, M.D.
Bernard vaa  110
Joe Vieira
Da9l4 a. Wadmer
w. Br1IC9 Backlav, M.D.

AMOUNT
346.50
150.00
7. soo.oo
18.00
1,551.00
510.00
625.00
18.75
JOB.40
71.76
126.87
49.00
25.00
27.75
oo.oo
132.00
2,405.00
220.00
1,411.47
100.00
264.00
400.00
200.00
47.15
625.00
4'5.00
NUMBER
05513
0551.4
OSSlS
05516
05517
05518
05519
05520
05521
0 5522
05523
05524
05525
05526
05527
05528
05529
05530
05531
05532
05533
05534'
05535
05536
05537
05538
,
. .  .
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

September t 1., . 1973, 
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted Aye, to-wit:
Frank J . Frost, Charles F . Catterlin, JamesM.
Slater., .Francis H. Beattie , and Curtis Tunnel I
NOES: None ABSENT: None 
RE: Requests for: Appropriation , Cancellation or Revision of Funds .
Upon motion of s.upervisor Tunnel 1, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried una~imously,
the following requests for appropriation, cancellation or r.evisi~n of funds are . ~ereby approved,. .n. the
budget classifications and amounts shown, and the County Auditor be, and he 1s hereby, authorized
and directed to make the necessary trans fet:"S :

SUMMARY O. F TRANSFERS
 
r
September 11, 1973
*** PRIOR YEAR ***
Transfer No . 633
Ai.'\fit-Ll\L CONTROL
From :
1 36-A-l $4,500
To:
136-B-20

$4,500
To cover shortage in B- 20 account due primarily to new City Shelter charges
( ~ffective January , 1973) and unanticipated operative costs ; including
increased stray dog pickups.
* * * * * * * * *


CUREENT ~
 Transfer No. 21
PLANt'J I NG DEPT.
From:
4340/7460 Prof. & Spec.
Services $3,500
To:
4340/6200
. .
Extra Help 
For employment of per sonnel for General Plan activities .
Transfer No. 22
COU,i~TY AIRPORTS
From:
Approp. for Conting . $ 350
'

To:
4710/7050 Communi cations



$3,500  I
$ 350
To cover cost of telephone charges during the period t he County is operating
the Lompoc Airport. 
.T ransfer ~To. 26
OPEt-1' SPACE
From: To:
7620/8600 Line Item #14
$5,310
7610/8600 Line Item #2
To cover purchase of hydraulic gang mower. Open Space budget has 1 gang
mowers budgeted at approximately $9 ,000. Parks budget has tractor budgeted
at $8,300. Department has located a unit tractor-mo\ver at $14 , 310 so this
transfer reflects savings of $2,990 in purchase.
Transfer No. 34
PARKS
From:
7620/8600 Line Item #14 $ 700

'
To:
7920/8600 Line Item #27 $ 700
.
To cover purchase of pavement sweeper--$3, 500 was budg~ted, however , equipment
only available at $4 , 200 , requiring additional $700 . Money available
from savings on gang mower . (see above transfer)

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Summary of Transfers Page 2 September 11, 1973
Transfer No. 39
COU.t~TY FIRE DEPT.
From:
3710/8600 Office Items Nos .
59,60, and 61 $410
To:
3710/8600 Training/Communications
. $ 410
To transfer monies budgeted for office items to cover purchase of an air
conditioner for Southcoast Dispatch Center as Department feels need for
this expenditure is of higher priority than new office items at this time.
Poor circulation in enclosed dispatch area has created unhealthy working
environment. Existing circulation achieved at a security risk by leaving
doors open. 
Transfer No. 41
WELFARE DEPT.
From:
5810/7450
Delete Line
(5810/8600)
Item #2
$1,695
275
To:
5810/8600
. .
.

. .
$1,970

Proposed
budget :
budget equipment purchases for new positions approved in 73-74
2 desks w/typing stand
2 posture chairs
2 electric typewriters
Transfer No. 45
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From: To:
$ 650
170
1,150
$1,970
 .

1930/8300 Struct. & Improve. $5,115.75 1930/8600 Equipment $5,115.75
For purchase of furniture
attached to transfer.
and fixtures for Fourth District Offices. List
1973-74 Contingency Appropriation - - - - - - - - - -
Less Transfer No . 22 above, County Airports
Ne\V' Balance if above approved


$ 737 , 348 . 74
(-350.00)
$ 736,998.74

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September l 1, 1973. 
RE: Presentation by Supervisor Frost of General Plan as it Covers Lahd Encompassed by Summerland
Sanitary District.
Supervisor Frost advised that the results of the preliminary review request by this Board
of the Planning Department were outlined on colored maps on the tack board. He proceeded to explain
the two maps: 1) recommendation of the Summerland Citizens Association, and 2) recommendation of
his office.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled maps be, and the same are hereby, referred to the Planning Commission
for their General Plan deliberations.
Milton L. Duncan of the Summerland Citizens Assn., qdvised that he was in attendance
today because he was asked to come, and that there are disagreements. Essentially, he believes the
whole idea is a good one. They wi 11 attempt to work with Supervisor Frost and the Planning Department
in order to come up with something suitable to the Board.
Richard Bou.rgerie, Chairman, Zoning Committee of Summerland Citizens Association, r:equested
that the Committee be given copies of s.ubject maps prior. to therr.meetirig tomorrow".eveniRg so discussion
can be carried on as to the alternatives.
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of Attorneys Hol Ii ster, Brace and Ang le on behalf of Wal lover, .
Inc. frqm Planning Commission Denial of Request for Rezoning (72.-RZ-i:96) 1on Property located in Embarcadero
Municipal Improvement District, Third Supervisorial District.
Th.is being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
AttorneyJ. James Hollister Ill , representing Wallover, Inc., explained that they are trying
to resolve a legal problem and asked for: a month's continuance stating perhaps by that time, Attor:ney
Robe.rt M. Jones, the County Counsel and he can come to an agreement.
Attor.ney Jones, representing the Embarcadero Municipal Improvement District, advised
that a. continuance is fine with him.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, . ~econded by Supervisor Catter.I in, qnd carried unanimously; 
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, quly and regularly continued to Tuesday,
October 9, .1973,.at 2 o'clock, p.m.
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-Weekly
Salaried Positions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded l:!y Supervisor F.rost, qnd carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73;609'
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of c ompensation for: Bi-Weekly
Salaried Positions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously;
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73~'610'. 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Personnel Officer for Approval of Reclassific.ation of Clerk.Typist I,
126-E, to Clerk Typist ll,  145':-D.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor F.rost, and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that the above-entitled recommendation be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda
at the request of the Personnel Officer.
'RE: Report from Director. of Parks, Road Commissioner, Flood Control Engineer, and Director
of Planning on Request of aoard .of Architectural Review of Santa Barbara County for: Increased Landscaping
on Ward Memorial Boulevard, South Kellogg Avenue and Ward Drive.
The Clerk read the above-entitled report dated August 27,  1973 ."
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled report be, and the same is hereby, accepted, and the Di rector of
Parks be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to transmit the recommendation contained in aboveentitled
report on to the State Division of Highways, and prepare more specific plans for the Board so
they w i 11 know how much money to ask for .
September 11 ., 1973 
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Construction of Lillingston Canyon Road from State
Highway 192 0.14 Mile Northerly, Santa Barbara County.
Supervisor Frost reported that the Director of Transportation had requested that the aboveentitled
item be continued from morning session for consideration this afternoon.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specific.ations submitted by the Director. of Transportation for construction
of Lil lingston Canyon Road from State Highway 192 0.1Lf mile northerly, Santa Barbara County be, and
the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, October 4, 1973.; at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same
is hereby, set as the date and time for: the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice be given
by publication in the Santa Barbara .News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as fol.lows, towit:
 (NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed proposals will be received at the ' Offi~e of the Clerk -Board.of Supervisors, County
Administration Building, Santa Barbara, California, until 3: 00 p.m. of the 4th day of October, 1973;
or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California . Bids will
then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor of the County
Administration Building located on the Corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read aloud on said
day at said place on or about said time for:
CONSTRUCTION OF
LILLINGSTON 'CANYON ROAD
from State Highway 192
0.14 Mile Northerly
Job No. 1051.2
Bids are .required for the entire work described therein. Plans, Specifications and proposal
for:ms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Office of the Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, cross sections, specifications and proposal
forms for bidding may be purchased therefrom for SIX DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not to be
refunded. No bid will be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein referred
to. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773: of the Labor Code of the State of California (Amended
by Statutes 19681, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, .operative July 1, 19'69~ the Board of Supervisors .of the
County of Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy of the
same being on file at the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in the
amount of ten percent (10%) of the total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara as a
guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, will enter into a contract for the performance thereof
satisfactory. to said Board of Supervisors.
The successful bidder shat I be required to guarantee the performance of this contract by
0 .y J
a !Faithful Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and a Contractor's
Bond" in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid.
The Board.of S.upervisors reserves the right to reject any or al I bids, and to waive technical
errors and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal examination
of the location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the actual conditions
and requirements of the work, and shal I not at any time after submission of the bid, dispute, complain,
or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount of work to be done . "
By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 11th day
of September 1973 . 
J. E. LEWIS
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
By: HOWARD C. MENZEL (SEAL)'
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Request of Chief Probation Officer for Allowance of Expenses for Four Members of the Santa
Barbara County Juvenile Justice Commission and Delinquency Prevention Commission to attend Western
Correctional Confer:ence in Palo Alto, California, September 16-19'.,  1973  
The Clerk read the above-entitled request dated September 4, 1973, advising that part
of the amount of the expenses will be reimbursable to the County in the Delinquency Prevention Budget
in Sacramento.

September 11 , 1973 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that allowance of expenses for the following members of the Santa Barbara County Juvenile
Justice Commission and Delinquency Prevention Commission to attend Western Correctional Conference
in Palo Alto, California, September 16-19, 1973, at the request of the Chief Probation Officer be, and
the same is hereby, approved:
Dr. Robert Barry
Mr. Fred Pratt .
Mrs. Cary Patterson
Dr. Eleazar Ruiz
RE: Acceptance with Regret of Resignation of Jack Moore.as Santa Barbara .County Park.Commissioner.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the resignation of Jack Moore as Santa Barbara County Park Commissioner be, and
the same is hereby, accepted with regret; and the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to send Mr. Moore an appropriate letter of appreciation for services rendered.
It is further ordered that the Clerk of the Board, upon the suggestion of Supervisor Tunnell,
check into the constitution and history of the Park c ommission and submit a report to the Board on Monday,
November 19 , 1973 .'
RE: Petition signed by Citizens of Goleta Valley relative to Cutting of Eucalyptus Trees in the
Ellwood Area.
The Clerk read the preamble of the petition submitted with twenty-seven (27) . signatures
and received by the Clerk on August 30, 1973 at 9: 52 o'clock, a. m.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled Petition be, and the same is hereby, referred to the County Counsel
since his office is working on a Tree Ordinance.
RE: Communication from State Board of .~qua I ization relative to Revisions of L.ocal Sales and
Use Tax Ordinances and Agreements for State Administration.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled communication, dated August 31 , 1973, be, and the same is hereby,
referred to the Administrative Officer and County Counsel for: recommendation and report back to the
Boa rd prior to October 1 5, 1 973:, 
RE: Resolution to Amend Master Resolution Fixing Tax Rates Involving Los Alamos Community
Service District and Montecito Fire District.
The Clerk read a letter from the Auditor-Control I er, dated September 11, 1973, '. requesting
above.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost , and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73-.611 '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Erosion Correction Project, Santa Ynez Oaks Subdivision, Santa Y~ez Valley (Deertrail
Place) . '
The Clerk read a letter from the Director of Transportation , dated September 6, ' 1973, describing
above-entitled project, and what he felt would be necessary. This is the first major proposed expense
out of this special fund and that this year is the first time the Board of Supervisors provided for it.
He felt that the Board should be advised concerning it and give direction a~ to their views before his
office would commit $22, 000. oo from that particular fund for a single project. He feels that from a departmental
standpoint it is warranted. It is a situation that if the project is not accomplished before winter time,
he believes that the Board of Supervisors will face a strong liability in which the County does not want
to get involved in. It is desired to have the Board determine if it desires to utilize. $22',000.00'from the
"Special Projects". Fund, ~nd, i.n addition, i.t is requested that the Board designate maintenance responsibility
for the completed. project because he feels that a project should not be built at this scale without first
having it clearly understood where the maintenance is to be provided.
James M. Stubchaer, Flood Control Engineer, advised that this problem has been with them
for many years. They are working with County Counsel to come up with a pol icy of recommendation
for the Board. It is a very involved process and is really not flood control but the Road Department
thinks it is really not roads either. A discussion then ensued.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request for the Board to determine if it desires to uti I ize $22, 000'. '00' from the "Special
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September t 1, . 1. 973. 
Projects" Fund be, and the same is hereby, approved; and that the Santa Barbara County Flood Control
and Water Conservation District be, and it is hereby, designated as the agency to pay for the maintenance
of the Erosion Correction Project, Santa Ynez Oaks Subdivision, Santa Ynez Valley (Deertrail Place),
after the construction is completed to the end of this fiscal year.
RE: Amplification by Supervisor Frost of Summer land Road Ya.rd Situation.
Supervisor Frost briefed a letter dated September 6, 1973, addressed to the Board in which
he apologized if he in any way, unwittingly deceived any members of the Board regarding thesummerland
Road Yard license agreement, and he dissolved any of the staff of any wrong-doing. A new agreement
is being prepared and the young men involved have agreed to the contents.
The Clerk announced that the return receipt from the serving of notice to the three (3) .
young men involved is on file with the.Clerk 
The Clerk read a letter from Thielmann Construction Company, dated September 11, 1973 , 
requesting to be notified when leasing of County property on Greenwel I Ave. in Summer land may be
offered for rent.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled Jetter be, and the same is hereby, continued to Monday, September
24, . 1973; when execution of a new lease agreement is to be considered by the Board on the Summer land
Road Yard situation; and the County Counsel be, and he is hereby, included on the Committee in connection
with negotiation of s.ubject lease.

RE: Report and Recommendation on Request of Bank of America, Executor of Will of Fletcher
Jones, deceased, for Assignment of L,ease, Santa Y~ez Airport. (Cont'd)
The Director of Public Works advised that the County Airport Committee met on this matter
and discussed with Mr. Morgan Hetrick's attorney, t.he.te'rms of thrs assignment, and a motion was passed
for a continuance of thirty (301 ' days in Probate Court; Mr. Hetrick's attorney agreed to this so the recommendation
of that Committee would be that the Board request the Probate Court for this extension of time.
The County Counsel suggested that a draft of a letter be prepared stating that there will
be a thirty (30) 'days' continuance to October 9, 1.973.".
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the' County Counsel for a thirty (30) ' days' continuance of subject
matter to October 9, .1973,. to work out details be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
.
RE: Report of County .Counsel on Request of National Association for Advancement of Colored
People for Revenue Sharing Funds ($30 ,s10~6S~. 
The Clerk announced that two telegrams had been received from the Board of the Santa
Barbara Branch NAACP, one addressed to the Board of Supervisors and one to Supervisor Catterlin,
requesting a thirty (30) day continuance regarding their proposal for revenue sharing funds.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
iit'Ns ordered that the request of the' Santa Barbara .Branch NAACP for a thirty (30) ' days' continuance
regarding their proposal for revenue sharing funds to Tuesday, October 9, 1973' be, and the same is
hereby, approved.
The Clerk announced that an opinion dated September 6, 1973, submitted by Assistant County
Counsel Dana D. Smith, ~s to NAACP qua I ify.i.ng for Revenue Sharing Funds from the County, is on file
with the Clerk.
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and Anthony Al I ina, M. D., for Revenue Sharing
Funds, commencing July 1, 1973 to and including June 30,  1974,
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously ,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73:612 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
'RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and Operation Kids, a non- profit Charitable
Corporation, fpr Revenue Sharing Funds, commencing July 1,  1973: to and including June 30, ' 1974'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-'613. 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

September , l 1). 1. 973, .
RE: Execution of Agreement between.thecounty.:and Community .Health Task Force of Santa .
Barbara, q non-pl"ofit.Corporation, fpi: Revenue Sharing Funds, commencing July 1, . 1.973 to and including
June 30", ' 1974.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, qnd carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolutton No. 73;614". :
(ORIGlNAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
 RE: Execution of Agreement between the County .and La Casa De La. Raza., q California Non-Profit
Corporation, fpr Revenue Sharing Funds, commencing July 1, . 1973' to and including June 30, . 1. 974~ .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, qnd carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73;615
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Ordinance Amendment to Delete Word "Graded" from that Section of County Code (1425 (i}}
relative to Building Pads and Drainage .
Norman H . Caldwell, Director of Public Works, submitted a recommendation, dated September
11 .,  1973:, which was read by the Clerk.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Public Works that drainage standards be included
in the ordinance adopting the 1973 Edition of Uniform Building Code, which will be up for adoption by
the Board within sixty (60} days be, and the same is hereby, confirmed. In the interim period, al I
new building sites will be inspected for drainage under the provisions of Section 14-25 of the County
Code.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Tentative Map of Tract #11', .886, Vista
def Montecito, Montecito Area, Located between the Pacific Ocean and Southern Pacific Railroad, approximately
600 fe~t easterly of Olive Mill Road, First Supervisorial District.
Britt Johnson, Planning Director, advised that he would I ike to make a correction to reflect
the State Bar Association in connection with Condition No. 7 of the"transmittal letter submitted September
5, 1973 reflecting the action of the Planning Commission on August 29tn. He then read revised Condition
No. 7, and advised that such revised condition is in language that is more in line with State law requirements .
Supervisor Frost made a motion, seconded by Supervisor Slater, to deny the approval
of the Tentative Map of Tract '#11 .,886 on the.basis !hat the' subdivision will cause substantial environmental
damages . Supervisors Catterlin, Beattie, and Tunnell voted "No", and the motion failed.
Robert Angle; Attorney representing Bonneymede Shores Association and the Homeowners'
Association of Bonneymede, which lies to the west of subject project, urged the Board to add one additional
condition and that would be for an extension of Bonneymede Drive from where it would end on the easterly 
boundary on this project easterly to Eucalyptus Lahe.
He argued that for purposes of egress of emergency vehicles, plus the convenience of the
owners and occupants of both developments, plus opportunity to egress in the event of a serious disaster,
that the road is just as much of a necessity for 99 units as it was before .for 117 !Jnits, and that is ignoring
the legal question whether or not the earlier condition is or is not still in existence. Their condition
that they would urge is that the road be put in as a condition to the approval of this Tentative Map and
that it be completed before occupancy of the last unit which is bu.ilt.
Dale Hanst, Attorney for developers of Vista def Montecito Project, advised that the convenience
and safety of people living in Vista def Montecito, as well as people living in Bonneymede should be
paramount to the concern about what may happen in the future. He pointed out that there is now a road
going through - it is a private road and part of the ownership. All he is asking is a condition for a road
that would be open for the use of residents of Vista def Montecito to Eucalyptus Lane and a road of sufficient
size and configuration that could be used by emergency vehicles.
Supervisor Frost advised that it is his reading of almost everyone in Montecito that they
do not want that road through there.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Commission for approval of Tentative Map of Tract
#11,886, Vista del Montecito, Montecito Area, located between the Pacific Ocean and Southern Pacific
Railroad, approximately 600' feet easterfy of Olive Mill Road, F,irst Supervisorial District, Assessor's
Parcel No. 9-36"0-28, zoned DR-12, (72-EIS-7, EQAA 12/26/72)", stamped "Officially accepted June 18,
1973 Santa Barbara .County Planning Department" be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, pursuant
to Section 115'49 . 5 of the Business and Professions Code, on the basis that the development, its design
and improvements are not inconsistent with general and specific plans; the site is physically suitable
with the type and density of d.evelopment; jt is not I ikely to cause substantial environmental damage

September l 1'., . 1973 
or injure fis_h or wildlife or their habitat; it is not likely to cause serious public health problems; it
wi 11 not confl ic;:t with pub I ic easements for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision;
and subject to comp I iance with the fol lowing conditions:
1) . Flood Control Engineer's letter dated July 13," 1973:.
2) . Pub I ic Works Department letter dated July 11 -., 1973'. 
3) ' Public utility easements shall be provided in the locations as required by all utility
companies with easements free and clear of obstructions and electrical utilities shall be installed underground
pursuant to Board of Supervisors' Resolution No. 24416  1
4) The subdivider shall remove at his own expense, any obstructions within the utility 
easements that would interfere with the use for which the easements are intended.
5) The subdivider shal I subniit to the County Surveyor's Office one set of prints of a final
map accompanied by a letter signed by the utility companies and the water and sanitary.districts serving
the property which states the easements shown thereon are acceptable. Development of property shal I
be in confo~mity with Development Plan 72-M-89. 
6) Department of Transportation letter revised as of August 14'., 1973','.substituting "easement"
instead of "fee" in item No. 13; and deleting item No. 14. 
7)  Reasonable public access to land below the ordinary high-water mark of the ocean coastline
within a reasonable distance from the subdivision will exist, if, prior to recording of the Final Subdivision
Map, a ten-foot easement is offered for dedication to the County of Santa Barbara from Eucalyptus Lahe
to the ordinary high-water mark (mean high-tide line) along the Southeasterly boundary of Parcel C
of Pa reel Map No . 11 , 62 5 recorded January 3 ,' 1973 in Book 11  of Paree I Maps at pages 41-42, Records
of Santa Barbara County as shown on "Planning Commission Exhibit No. 1, August 29, 197311
 Said access
shall be limited to use for equestrian, hiking and non-motorized bicycle purposes, except for emergency
vehicles.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Tentative Map for Tract #11 '., 899','
Located on South Side of Cathedral Oaks Road, 200' Feet East of Evergreen Drive, Third Supervisorial
District.
Britt Johnson, Planning Director, briefec;I the Board on the location of subject tract from
a transparency map, and pointed out that this is a renewal of an old subdivision #11 ', 371 :, .which was
approved by the Board on June 19, 1972'. Letters are in appropriate order and the conditions are attached
to the Staff report and transmittal letter.
Supervisor Slater explained that the problem right now is that Cathedral Oaks Road at the
top of the property has not been constructed at thrs time. If this development proceeds, they will be
required to put in roadway along the length of that property on Cathedral Oaks Road, and that will leave
160 ft  space between the two ends. He has discussed this with the developer and his attorney. Mr.
Slater fel.t that the Board has not given it enough discussion. The developer should put the road in and
complete it through, in his opinion; it should not be at the County expense. He would like some more
time with the representatives of the County and the developer to see if some compromise can be made
on it.
Attorney John S. Poucher, representing Brattain Contractors, t.he developer, advised that
he would ~ike to take every.opportunity to discuss the.matter with Supervicor Slater. He does not want
to push any decision if a. compromise can be arrived at to settle the problem. He would want to involve
the.Department of Transportation in all discussions.
Supervisor Slater made a motion to continue the matter, and Supervisor Catterlin seconded.
Supervisor Slater then advised that perhaps it would be a waste of time for both Attorney
Poucher and himself. His view is that it should not cause the County any expense if they approve the
subd'ivision. He is also faced with the moral problem with the Goleta water situation as it is. He is hard
pressed to see why any district should grant an exemption, why people who live in the Goleta Valley
must conserve water, why people cannot build single-family residences, why agriculture has to worry
about whether or not they are going to have enough water to continue planting new orchards or continue
to have enough water for old ones, and yet more subdivisions are being built. He decided that the matter
should not be continued and that Attorney Poucher should proceed. The original motion made for continuation
of the matter was then withdrawn by Supervisor Slater, with consent of the second.
Attorney Poucher advised that the developer does have a water exemption because he demonstrate
the residential use would be less than the existing agricultural use. With regard to the roadway, ~s
fa~ as this project is concerned, the completion of Cathedral Oaks Road is not at al I necessary for the
benefit .of this tract . . All they are .concerned about right now is completion of the bridge over the existing
creek fr'om the westerly boundary of the tract over to the end of Cathedral Oaks Road at Evergreen Drive.
It is their position that the extension will benefit the' residents to the west, and that an agreement was
entered into over a year ago by the dev~loper and the.County with regard to who was going to apy for
that particular connection. The developer is sharing the cost of Cathedral Oaks Road where it borders
the tract which is the major portion of the extension of Cathedral Oaks Road. It is their feeling, Mr.
Poucher continued, that that agreement ought to be entered into and the agreement should not be changed
at this time.
Supervisor Slater stated that it seems basically wrong to deprive a large group of people
of something that they have a right to and presently are using by someone else in the area or from the
outside.
In answer to an inquiry from Supervisor Catterl in as to whether the developer agrees with
all the nineteen (19} conditions submitted by the Planning Commission, Attorney Poucher responded
that they concur 100%' with regard to the Planning Commission's recommendations and conditions on this
tentative map.
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 September 11., . 1. 973. '.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater: .seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried, with Supervisor
Catterlin voting "No", it is ordered that the.Tentative Map for Tract #'11 '.,899, .Assessor's Parcel No.
79-120-47, zoned 7-R-1-0, located on the south side of Cathedral Oaks Road, 200 feet east of Evergreen
Drive, Third Supervisorial District be, and the same is hereby, qenied.
The Board recessed to meet as the Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Board.
Board.of Supervisors Sitting As An Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency.
September 11 ., 1973', '.at 2:15 o'clock, p.m .
Present: Supervisor s Frank J. Frost, Charles F.

Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk .

Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
'RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Quality Act of 1.970".and California Supreme Court .
Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental.' Impact Report Requirement
for Projects.
The report from the Technical Review Staff o.f EQAA, dated September 7, .1973:, was filed
with the Clerk 
The Technical Review Staff met on September 6,  1973:,-.and evaluated Negative Declarations
Nos. 73.-ND-377 through 73-ND-38'0, and 73.-ND-381; and EIR Nos. 73-EIR-17,. 73-EIR-16, 73:.IR-2s
and 73.-EIR-24  .
The following tabulation summarizes the results of the Staff evaluation and recommendation
and includes matters continued from previous meetings:
RE:
Projects determined to have no significant
environmental impact, and recommended
for approval 4
Projects recommended for continuance 2 .
Matter continued from previous meeting r1. l -~i11J
Public Hearing of EIR 1 '.
Project recommended to be dropped
from the agenda 1 .
Reconsideration of ND 1 .
Total 10

TRS Recommendations for Approval of Negative Declarations.

Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously ,
this Agency hereby makes a finding and determination, in accordance with the recommendation of
the Technical Review Staff .t.hat the following draft Negative Declarations will not have any significant
impact on the environment, and are hereby, approved as Negativ.e Declarations:
73'.-ND-377:, -. Arthur G. Ainscough, Lot Split #11 .,891,'
Los Alamos, Fourth District.
73.-ND-37.9,  Don Rowland (Best Mobile Home Sales) .
(73.-CP-62), Buellton, Third District.
73-ND-38o, Russell Waldrop & Fred Carr, Lot Split
#11,892, Refugio Area, Third District.  .l' .'-f: :
RE: : TRS Recommendation for Approval of Negative Declaration.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 73'.-ND-37'8:, William A. Sommermeyer for B. H. Richards, Santa Maria, Fifth District
be, and the same is hereby, continued to September 24, 1973.'.
September 11 ., '. 1973.  0 ,(/)
RE: TRS Recommendation for Continuance of Public Hearing on 73-EIR-16, Zaca Lake (Howard
Olsen Associates), Santa Ynez Valley, Third District, to TRS Meeting of September 20, 1973 and
EQAA Meeting of SEptember 24, 1973 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the public hearing on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly
continued, as recommended by TRS .
RE: TRS Recommendation re Public Hearing on 73  EIR-25, Alisal Ranch Master Plan (Daniel,
Mann, Johnson, & Mendenhall), for General Plan & Zone Change, Alisal Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley,
Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, placed on file at this time,
which will be considered at the advertised public hearing on subject matter September 11,  1973,
at 2 p. m.
RE: Public Hearing on 73 .-EIR-24, County Department of Transportation, for Job No. 5018.2,
Located South of Santa Maria, Fifth District.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
TRS filed its recommendation for approval of subject proposal.
There being no fur:-ther appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried
unanimously, thi.s Agency hereby makes a finding and determination that subject draft 73;.EIR-19 
be, and the same is hereby approved, and adopted as ari Environmental Impact Report, for reconstruction
of essentially existing alignment and grade to upgrade narrow deteriorating roadway, including
sidewalk along the entire length of the project, Orcutt Road between Foster & Lakeview Roads, south
of Santa Maria, Fifth District, Job No. 5018.2.
RE: TRS Recommendation to Remove 73-ND-281, Lyn Rue McClurg from EQAA Agenda.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in , and carried unanimous! ,
it is ordered that subject TRS recommendation for proposed project of constructing a bu'ilding on
Assessor's Parcel No. 143-253-'03 , Buellton, Third District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Reconsideration of ND as Requested by Supervisor Slater. (73 . ND-36'0,  Robert A.
Knoble)
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unariimousl ,
it is ordered that draft 73  ND-36'0, Robert A. Knoble; for a Lot Split #11,8i9,  Los Olivos, Third
District be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 26, 1973, at 2 p.m. for the same reasons
he has set forth before on simi lar projects.
RE: Readvertised Public Hearing on 73'-EIR-17. Bourgerie-Glenn Project, 56-Unit Apartment
Complex on 3 .6 Acres Adjacent to the Ortega Substation on Via Real between Lambert Road and
Greenwell Avenue, Summerland, First Supervisorial District, Assessor's Parcel 5-210-36.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal, the Clerk announced
that the republished Affidavit of Publication is on file.
Supervisor Frost stated that Albert F. Reynolds, County Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator,
has a recommendation .
Mr. Reynolds then advised that in reviewing this EIR, he believes that certain points
need to be clarifed before . this Agency can approve subject proposal. In the total project report
covered in the EIR there is discussion of 3 .'6 acres of residential and 1 . 63 e:ommercial so the project
could be considered 5. 23 acres and this is supported by a statement on page 32 of the Draft EIR.
However, in discussing this with the Planning Department, there are questions as to the zoning
of the commercial portion in that area. It is rather doubtful that the developer could come up with
a firm proposal for commercial development in supporting the EIR . It seems to him, Mr. Reynolds
continued, that the Board has two options, as follows:
1) To expressly limit the EIR to the 3 .6 acres of proposed residential, or
2) . Require an addendum to this EIR which would add 1. 63 commercial impact. It is doubtful
that the applicant could provide this at this point.
Mr. Reynolds' recommendation would be that the Board adopt this EIR expressly limiting
the EIR .to the 3. 6 acres proposed residential use. 
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September 11 ., 1973 
He then spoke to the issue of the 4. 6 density use option referred to in the addendum to the
EIR dated June 12,  1973". The Planning Department and TRS record. shows that thi.s is a highly desirable
alternative from an environmental point of view but the June 12th statement by the consultant says that
this option is "economically infeasible in the owner-developer's view". There is no supporting economic
analysis either by the consultant or by the staff that would give this Board the basis to say that it is
feasible or not feasible, but since the Board is adopting this as a County document at this point he feels
that there are two choices, as follows:
1) To stipulate that the statement of the economic infeasibility is the viewpoint as stated
by the owner-developer, and should be made a matter of r_ecord as not necessarily reflecting the view
of EQAA, or
2) Delete this statement of infeasibility from the EIR.
Supervisor Frost felt that an EIR should not be used to delay a project and advised that
he was going to make a motion to pass this EIR with certain addendum, which he read to the Board containing
the fol.lowing elements:
1) Original draft 73-EIR-17, dated April 23,. 1973.
2) Response of Planning Department, dated May 9, 1973 '(with cover letter of May 8th),
containing numerous criticisms of the draft EIR and requesting the applicant to submit an addendum treating
an a I ternative of 4. GOU I acre.
3) ' Addendum to EIR 17, introducing a new concept of 56 units for: the elderly only, with
new designs adapted to this concept. 4.6 DU/a~re is dismissed as economically unfectsible. 
4) Errata page, dated June 12, 1973.
5) Comments by Dick Duprey and Frank Frost, q. v., infra: (read by Mr. Frost deleting
on page 2, the first paragraph, with the approval of the County Counsel.)
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the expanded 73"-EIR-17'. Report,. Bourgerie-Gienn Project, 56-Unit Apartment Complex
on 3. '6 acres adjacent to the Ortega Substation on Via Real between Lambert Road and Greenwel I Avenue,
Summer land, First Supervisorial District, Assessor's Parcel 5-210-36' be, and the same is hereby, accepted
and adopted as an EIR containing certain elements enumerated by Supervisor Frost above, plus the recommendation
of Mr. Reynolds, as follows:
1) ' Expressly limiting EIR to 3 .'6 acres proposed residential; or
2) Specifically that the statement of economic infeasibility of the 4.6 density use in the
June 12th erratum is the owner-developer's view and not necessarily that of EQAA.
Attorney Stanley Abbott, representing the owner-developer, advised that he has conferred
with Supervisor Frost and Mr. Duprey, and that he is practically totally in agreement with the motion.
His preference is to say nothing about the draft addendum in terms of any present plans. The applicant
has no plans for 1 . 36. acres at this moment .


The Board reconvened sitting as the Board of Supervisors.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
. . Lewis, Clerk .
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Proposed Amendments
(72-GP- 27) to GP-General Plan Report (GP-1 O) & Addendum Defining Land Use Symbols (GP-1 OA) re
Density Factors for Designations of "Open & Grazing", "Agriculture" and "Mountainous Areas", & Combining
of said Land Use Designations; and Recommendation for Amendments (72-GP-27) to the Amended General
Plan for the Montecito, Summerland, Carpinteria Area (GP-2B) to Change the Land Use Designation from
"Mountainous Area" to "Mountainous Area (MA-40)" and/or "Mountainous Area (MA-100) 11
; and to the
Addendum to the General Plan Report defining Land Use Symbols (GP-1 OA) to redefine "Mountainous
Area" on Properties Generally Located North, East and West to the Ordinance 453 Boundary, First Supervisorial
District.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
Supervisor Frost reviewed the problem that some people feel that the mountainous areas
might be applied to all areas. He then made a motion to continue the matter for another week; which
failed for lack of a second.
Peter Bakewell, Chairman, Montecito General Plan Advisory Committee, commented that
if this is approved, the two new definitions will not be' placed on any property at all, and that there
is a Planning Commission hearing tomorrow .
Charles Willey, Attorney-at-Law, objected to a continuation since this is either the third
or fourth time on variations of this matter. He argued that al I the area that is mountainous can be covered
by existing mountainous area plan designation. He really objects to the fact that the definition which

September 11, . 1. 973 
is being asked for:- is a County-wide definition, and if a. mountainous area designation is going to be
applied, for instance in Goleta, it should not have 40-acre and 1 oo-acre I imitations; it should be in the
existing mountainous area category without any mountainous area limitations. He explained the difference
between the old and new designations, and that is that the new one will apply to valleys surrounded
by slopes; the old one applies only to the mountainsides. Also , the new one will designate density limits,
40-acre lot sizes on the lower slopes and 100- acre parcels further up.
Supervisor Frost moved that the recommendation of the Planning Commission for proposed
designations to the General Plan be confirmed, which failed for want of a second .
A discussion ensued as to the procedure to fol low, and the advantages.
Mrs. Mary Looker, Planning Commission Member, .qdvised that these tools are very badly 
needed to protect. The County has an obi igation to protect what she considers its invaluable watershed.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried, with Su'pervisor
Catterl in voting "No", the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
 Resolution No. 73-'616
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Upon motion the Board adjou1r.ned sine die.
The foregoing Minutes are .hereby approved . .
CIS H. BEATTIE, Chai'rman of the
Board of Supervisors
ATTEST:
J. E. Lewis, County Clerk
By~~~~!1.~~~~c/~JI~-~ .HOWARD C. M Mil .
Assistant Count. Clerk
 

Board.of S.upervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
Califor:-nia, September 17,: 1973",'.at 9:30' o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Pastor Paul I. Nussle, Grace
Lu'theran Church, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of September 11 '., . 1973: Meeting.

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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of September 11 .,  1973:meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted .
RE: Execution of Right of Way Contract between the County of Santa Barbara and Frederick W.
Leibengood, et ux; and Acceptance of Right of Way Grant for Consideration of $300. 00', ' for Additional
Right of Way needed for the Construction of Orcutt Road, Fifth Supervisorial District, Job No. so1a-. 2. '.

 

-  September 17., . 1973. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .qnd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Right of Way Contract, dated September 17'.,: 1973:, between the county .of Santa Barbara and Frederick
W. Leibengood and Mary M. Leibengood for additional ,.-ight of way needed for the construction of Orcutt
Road, Fifth Supervisorial District; and that the Right of Way Grant, dated September 7, : 1973,. frqm Frederick
W. Leibengood and Mary M. Leibengood on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, accepted by the
County of Santa Barbara .
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Right of Way Grant in the Office of the Santa Barbara County Recorder.
It is further ordered that the Auditor be, qnd he is hereby, quthorized and directed to draw
a warrant, i.n the amount of $.3oo. 00','.qn Road Fund 4510/7~7o.;  made payable to Frederick W. Leibehgood
and Mary Leibengood.
RE: Release of 15% Balance of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 169', Unit 1, . upon Expiration
of One-Y~ar Guarantee Period Required under Ordinance No. 13'58 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and earried t:Jnanimously; 
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the fol lowing road improvement bond for Tract #'11 , 16.9', Unit 1 be,
0 -o
and the same is hereby released as to al I future acts and conditions, as recommended by the Road Commissioner;
the one-year guarantee period required under Ordinance No. 13'5'81 having expired:
United Pacific Insurance Company, as Surety - Mark J .
Smith and Dorothy W. Smith dba Foxenwood Bui~ders,
as Principal, for Bond No. B 626270i-;A., dated March 8, 
1972, in the amount of $6, 675. 00'.

RE: Recommendation of the Director of Transportation for Acceptance of $.9", 30.0'. oo Bond Posted
to Cover 15%of Original Road.Improvement Bond for Tract #11 , -605', Unit 1,and Release of all of the Original
Bond .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that all of the following road improvement bond for Tract #'11 '., .605', Unit 1 be, and the same
is hereby released as to all future acts and conditions, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
Fireman's Fund American, as Surety - Howland & Rice,
Inc., as Principal, for Bond No. SC 107t74;03,qated 
September 25', 1972,' in the original amount of $62,000'.00'. '
It is ful'.'ther ordered that the fol lowing bond be, and the same is hereby, substituted for
the remaining 15%of the original bond:
Fireman's Fund American, as Surety - Howland & Rice
Inc., as Principal, for Bond No. SC 1071.74~03~A, dated
July 30. 1973 ~,  in the amount of 9,30'()'.00.'
RE: Recommendation of the Director of Transportation fat: Appr.oval of Request of Orcutt Merchants .
Association f-0r Permission to Temporaril Close Portions of aroadway and Union Avenue on October.
13., .1973:for:- the Purpose of Displaying Antique Cars . 
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnel I ,  seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously; 
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Transportation for:- approval of request of the
Orcutt Merchant's.Association for:- pe'rm.ission to temporaril.y close portions of Broadway,  $Outh of the
inter.section of Clark.Avenue and Aortherly of the' i'nter.section of Pinal Street, as wel I as Union Avenue
frqm the westerly intersection of Broadway to the easterly intersection of First Street, Fourth Supervisorial
District, between the hours .of 1o: ooa.m. and 3: '00' p.m. on October 13., . 1973~ '. for:- the purpose of displaying
antiq.ue cars .be, and the same is hereby, qppr.oved. 
Barricades may be obtained from the County Ya.rd at 70'6' W. Boone Street afte.r noon on October
12"., ". 1973:and should be returned as near 8:ooa.m. as possible on October 15".,  1973 ~ '.
 'RE: , Resolutton Autt:lorizing the Di rector of the Department of Resources & Collections to Institute "
the Necessary.Proceedings in Small Claims Court to Recover Monies Owed the' County for:- oamages to
County Road Property and to County-Owned Vehicles.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel 1, seconded by supervisor Slater., .qnd carried unanimously,  .
the.fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted :
Resolutton No. 73;61 '7. ,
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES) .
RE: Execution of Releases of All County Claims for:- oamages to County .Property Resulting fr'qm
Vehicular Accidents ;

September t7., . 1973. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I ,  seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are .hereby, authorized and directed to execute
Releases of al I County claims for damages to County property resulting from vehicular accidents, as
follows:

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a) Brooks Edward La'rson - for accident on State Route 154 at Stagecoach
Rd., on July 4,  1973:, in the amount
of $17' 671."
b) Steven I . Locati - for accident on Vandenberg Road on May 30,  1973 ~ ". in
the amount of $1 .6"14" 
It is further ordered that the Director, Oepartment of Resources & Collections be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in ful.1 settl'ement therefoi: to the Road
Fund.

RE: Request of County .Counsel foi: Authorization to Accept c ompr'omise Settlement in Connection
with Municipal Court Case No. 32136, 1 Santa Barbara County :Vs. Jennie DePew and Daniel Trejo.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell , seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of County Counsel for authorization to accept a compromise settlement
in connection with Municipal Court Case No. 32136, ' Santa Barbara County vs. Jennie DePew and Daniel
Trejo, in the amount of $.1.,300-. 00'. be, and the same is hereby, approved.

RE: Request of County Counsel for Authorization to Settle Superior Court Case No. 92528 for
a Total of $.1  ,3oo.ooand Request for Dismissal of Same.
Upori motion of S.upervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of County Counsel for authorization to settle Su'perior Court Case #92528', 
Jackson vs. County of Santa Barbara, for a total of $1 ,300.oo~ 'and the request to file with the Superior
Court a request for dismissal of said case be, and the same is hereby, approved .
It is fur:-ther ordered that the Auditor be, and the same is hereby, authorized and directed
to issue a warrant in the amount of $.1,300."()0', ' payable to the.fi'rm of Whatley, Roden, ~onk & John.son,
in trust for Susan Elizabeth Jackson, in settlement of Jackson vs. County of Santa Barbara, Superior
Court Case #92'528.
RE: Fixing Tax Bond for Tract #11 "., 78'6. ' .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
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it is ordered that the tax bond for Tract #11 .,7~6 be, and the same is hereby, fixed in the  amount of $3., 993 .oo'.
RE: Recommendation of the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier for
Denial of Claim filed Against the County by Edgar Echo Johnson .
Upon motion of S.upervi sor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, . ~nd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the.Director of S.pecial Services on behalf of the. Insurance Carrier
foi: the fol.lowing claim be, and the same is hereby, approved:
 Edgar Echo Johnson - 7/9/7~ , . in the amount of $5.6,000'.00'.'


'RE: Request of Planning Director. for Refund of Fee Paid by Ellen Arola in Connection with Variance
Application, Case No. 73;.-V-50'. '
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell , seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Director for refund of fee paid by' Ellen Arola in
connection with .Variance application, Case No. 73;.-V-50~ in theamount of $5'0. 00', ' paid on July 30, ' t 973', ".
Receipt No. X096"675'. be, and the same is hereby, approved, as there was no direct cost of processing
involved .
 RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Release of Landscaping Bond, in the
amount of $.12'., 000'. 00', ' The Studios, Montecito.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol.lowing landscaping and irrigation system bond foi: The Studios, 1940 Jameson
La'ne, Montecito, Parcel No. 7-35.0-34.be, and the same is hereby, released as to all future acts and condition ,
as recommended by the County Landscape Architect:
American Motorists Insurance Company, as Surety - Ray
Byers , as Principal, for Bond No. 2 SM 162' 497, dated
September 1,. 1972., in the amount of $12,ooo'. oo. 


September 17., . 1. 973 
RE: Approval of Request of Purchasing Agent for Waiver of ~ids to Purchase One Each, Rolltec
1ao. Punch Card.Tabulator. . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of the County Purchasing Agent for a bid waiver based 0n sote source of
supply to purchase a Rolltec 180Punch Card Tabulator be, and the same is hereby, approved; there
is $5.045. oo in the 1973,.74.fiscal budget for purchase of this equipment .

RE: Approval of Request for Waiver of Physical Requirements for: P.rospectiv.e Employee, County
Recorder .
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater., .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request for a waiver of the phy.sical requirements for the.following prospective
employee be, and the same is hereby approved, as recommended by Dr . Rink:
Mark Foster - Clerk-Typist I, County Recorder .
RE: Statement of Change in Boundaries of Goleta Valley Mosquito Abatement District with Annexations
of Rancho Embarcadero .and San Antonio creek'Area : .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the County Assessor and State
Board of Equalization.
It is fui:-ther ordered that the resolution submitted on subject matter be, and the same is
hereby, placed on file .
RE:  Claim Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the claim filed against the County for alleged damages by Andrew Bachels, in the amount
of $.10.,oOO'. OO' be, and the same is hereby, referred to County :Counsel, Insurance Carrier, . ~nd the.Director
of Special Services .
RE: Pub I ication of Ordinances Nos. 2475, 2476~ 2477, and 2478:.
It appearing from the Affidavits ofthe Principal Clerks of the Santa Barbara .News-Press
and the Lompoc Record that Ordinances Nos . 2475., 2476  2477 and 2478: have been duly publisheC:f in the
 manner and for:m prescribed by law;
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is determined that Ordinances
Nos. 2475'., ,2476", 12477:, :and 2478'. have been dulypublished in the manner and form prescribed by law.
RE: Reports and Communications .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following communications be, and the same are hereby, placed on file:
a) Health Officer - report of money collected,Animal Cntrol, August, 1973'.".
b) County Treasurer - investment of temporary surplus moneys, August, 1973 .'
c) L.AFCO Resolution 353 approving Bueneman-Cavaletto-Transportation Corridor Annexation
to City of Santa Barbara; and Resolution 354 approving the Earl Warren Showgrounds Annexation to
City of Santa Barbara .
d) Retirement Board Resolution 73:-4 Authorizing Treasurer to Sign Necessary Documents
for: Sale of Securities .
e) Application of United Air Lines , Inc . to PUC for authority to increase certain intrastate
passenger fares .

RE: Communications from Planning Commission for Information Only;
The following communications were received by the Board from the Planning Commission,
for: information only , and ordered placed on file:
a) Set October 1, . 1973 as dead I ine for fi I ing application for General Plan Amendments under
Planning Commission Resolution 66- 54 .
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Masonic Hal I Association (73'.-CP-47): to
allow construction of service club on the south side of Lakeview Road, 15'01ft  east of Angeles Road,
Santa Maria, Fifth District.
RE: U. S. Department of l,.abor, . Manpower Administration c ommunication Regarding Extension
of Operational Manpower Planning Grants .
  
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September 1. 7'., ~ 1973. ".
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, ~econded by Su'pervisor Tunnell, and carried
unanimously, tt is ordered that subject matter be,  and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative
Offic.er and Director. of Personnel for report back September 24', -. 1973:. 
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RE-: Re.quest of l,.egal Aid Foundation for Revenue Sharing Funds.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to September 24,  1973'., 
as recommended by. the County Counsel.  Approval has been obtained through the necessary legislation
and is conditional upon receiving theconfi'rmation, in writing, from the local Foundation, in order .
that the County Counsel may proceed.
RE: Execution of Contract between the County of Santa Barbara . and Byron S . Eckerson to
Provide Psychologist Services at Mental Health  Department from September 1, ._ J 973: through June
30, ' 1974. at the Rate of $1 ~ 50i7'. 00' per month.
Upon motion of Su'pervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, cind carried 1:.1nanimously;
the.following resolution was passed and adopted :

Resolution No. 73 ~61 a 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES) .
RE: Re.commendation of Administrative Offic.er for Appr.oval of the Following Requests for Out- 
of-State Travel.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried l:Jnanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the'Administrative Offic.er to approve the' fol.lowing requests
be, and the same is hereby,  GOnfi'r.med: 
Clifto.n J. Seymour, .Director. of Air Pollutton Control to Las Vegas, Nevada, fr.om October
2 .: 6, 1973 ~ '. inclusive, to attend West Coast section Seventh Technical Meeti'n.g of Air Pollution Control
Association.
Kenneth E. Kady, Deputy Assessor, to New Yo.rk, New Jersey,  Massachu'setts and Rhoae
Island from October t ~ 17'., : 1973'.,'. inclusive, to audit bu.siness accounting records in compliance with 
State Laws, Section 4691 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code. 
Ray J. Nokes, Building Offic.ial, to Seattle., Washington, from October 7.-13, 1973'., '. inclusive,
to attend annual bu.siness meetin:g of International Conference of Susiness Offic.ials; yia air transportation.
RE: Re.commendation of Administrative Officer for Appointment of Representative to Fil I Vacancy
on Board.0f Oirector.s of tnec omprehehsive Health Planning Association of Santa Barbara .County .
Subject letter of r.ecommendation contained a list of the 29'.6utof the 31 '.current members,
and since Supervisor Tunnell has resigned, the' Board may appoint a replacement to serve.
Supervisor Tunnell, in his observations, said he questions the' necessity .of this Association,
as he feels the whole field has been quite pre.,empted by the Channel Counties c omprehehsive Health 
Planning Council. It is a larger association, encompassing three counties and includes the' Administrative
Offic.er as a member who serves on this Counci I.
The County Association was said to be quite ineffective or unnecessary This is not a required
association, bulthe people have been serving on it for a long time, due to their interest and they still
 meet regularly. 
The Administrativ.e Officer reported that wheh the Channel Counties Council was being
formed,he checked with the' State offic.ials as to the'rhandator.y aspects of its regional agency, and they
told him it is a mandatory.organization. 
It is voluntar.y. on the part of the areas of the regional agency, so the County Association
is not mandated.
Upon motion of Su'pervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it i.s ordered that supervisor J'ames M. Slater be, and he is hereby, appointed as a representative of
the' Board of Oirectors .of s.aid Association, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Supervisor
Curtis. Tunnell. 

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'RE: Report and Recommendations from Administrative Offic.er Relative to County Hospital Services
Relating to Detoxific.ation Centers .
   
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September 17, . 1973 
The Administrative Offi(:er reviewed his report,. qated Sepfember 14"., 1973.,.which deals
with Health Care.Services in the' County. It points out some of the problems; ~ome are .related to census
and cost; others are facilities and needs  fo~ all these fac;tors, particularlyi Of what can be:done to relieve
the tax burden of the increasing costs and declining census of hospitals in Santa Barbara County.
There was the matter of the training program at Santa Barbara .General Hospital, which
has been on a contractual ba.sis for many years with Cottage Hospital.  Now it can be recommended that
this Boord discontinue that program and phase out next year . In any event, an early decision must
be reached.
The cost of the training program could be a trade-off by employment of staff positions, if
available, to provide the profe$sional services at Santa Barbara General Hospital.
The Administrative Officer requested the scheduling of a study on the subject of future
County hospital services at an early date, and then that they recommmended phase-out of resident and
inter:n programs at Santa Barbara General Hospital be approved, effective June 30', ' 1974 . .
Supervisor Catterlin briefed the Board on some of the probl'ems or continuing efforts regarding
detoxification centers. There wi II be a cost of about $7'., 020. 00' for repair work at the nurses residence
at the Santa Barbara .General Hospital, which was selected as a site.
There is sti 11 the unresolved problem of what wi 11 happen in Sahta Maria. They al I have
to be explored at the same time to be an effective program . .
Supervisor Tunnell reported that, after considerable study, he is convinced it will not
be feasible or practical to locate the Detoxification Center at the Santa Maria Hospital as long as it is
in operation as a hospital and would cause an almost complete disruption of one important part of the
Hospital. 
Mr. Roger Owen indicated difficulty in finding another site that would qualify , The main
flopr of the Froom Hotel. woulcl be available which appears .to be.an appropriate site as an inter:im move,
under a 6-tnonth to a one year lease . 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that so much of s.ubject report pertaining to detoxific.ation centers .be., .and the same is hereby, 
continued to September 24'" 1_973'.'
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and arried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted, stronglyurging Governor Reagan to sign Senate Bill
20ZJ' regarding State-wide funding for detoxification centers; to retain the present level of $.12 million
recommended by the bi 11 :
Resolution No . 73 ~619'. 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

Upon motion of S.upervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Tuesday, September 25, at 9: 30.A.M. , in the Board of Supervisors Hearing Ro.om be,
and it is hereby, set as the date and time to conduct a study session on the subject of future County hospital
services and that the Administrative Officer be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to make a
widespread notification to all interested parties, such as recipients of medical service, as well as members.
of the San~ Barbara County Medical Society, the Comprehensive Health Planning, Santa Barbara District
Committee of the Regional Medical Program and others for an in-depth review .

RE: Resolution from the City of Santa Maria Opposing Proposed State Senatorial District Reapportionment,
which Would Divide the City;  ~nd Request fo~ Board's Su'pport. 
Supervisor Tunnell explained the matter of the proposed redistricting, which would affect
this County.
Supervisor Frost inquired about the best alternative. The problem is that the North Counties
have not kept up in population and have to increase it, which makes a bad situation in dividing the city.
The program need Aot be as precise as the masters .have made it. : The Supreme Court,. in some cases,
has approved some redistricting with a great deal of variances; some as high as 16%". According to County
Counsel , this County wants to be as precise as possible.
Supervisor Slater said he had reviewed the maps in Sacramento and had made some inquiries .
In order to change the present I ines as drawn and include the City of Santa Maria, it would increase
the size of the County voting population by 19,000 over and above other counties. This County would
be one of the largest existing districts. There may be a violation with the 1-man, 1-vote position of
the Supreme Court. Perhaps some other area would have to be cut out: That is why' the masters have
gotten this configuration.
Supervisor Tunnell pointed out that thi.s is the point the' legislators are .challenging. He
has not examined the maps in great detail, bul he assumes these have been examined and studies very
carefully .
Supervisor Slater indieated that he could not support the adoption of a resolution in opposition,
its he feels this Board 5hould not take any offjcial position.





September l 7~ . 1973  0 -.s-

Upon motion of S.u'pervisor Tunnell, s;econded by' Supervisor Catterlin, qnd carried, with
Supervisor Slater voting "No", the Board. passed and adoptecf'the fol.lowing resolution supporting City
of Santa Maria Resolution No. 35'61 and No. 35'621 opposing State Senatorial and Assembly District apportionment
recommended by "Special Masters":
Resolution No. 73;.620'. '
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
 RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions. (Mental. Health,  Sheriff Oetention Faci lities and Data Processing, l;ffe.ctiv,e September
17'., ', 1973)"
Upon motion of S_upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73-'621 '. .
(ORIGINAL IN 'PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions. (Public Works - surveyor and Superior Court,. Effe.ctive Septem'ber107 ' 1973)'.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Catterlin, seconded by' Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73:.62'2 '. '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES) .
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions. (Sheriff Oetention Facilities, Effe.ctive September 24', . 1973)'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the. fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73:,623'. '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
 RE: Ordinance No. 2479";. An Ordinance of the'County .of Santa Barbara, Amending Sections
Nos. 008 and 021 '.6f Ordinances Nos. 2445-.and 24q7, ~ as Amended, , eeing the' Salary Ordinances of the .
County of S.anta Barbara (Retitling 4 Positions from Engineering Technician II, to Architectural Drafts.man
11, . tp become Effe.c;tive October 22,  1973 ~  Public Works - Surveyors Department) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, s;econded by Su'pervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the Board.passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2479"6f the.County of Santa Barbara.entitled "An Ordinance
of the' County of Santa Barbara, Amending Sections Nos. 008' and 021 '.of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 24q7~ 
as amended, being the salary.ordinances of the County of Santa Barbara".
Upon the roll being called, t.he following supervisors.voted Aye, to-wit: Frank J. Frost, 
Charles F . . Catterlin, .fames M. Slater, .J=rancis H. Beattie and Curtis: Tunnell .
NOES: None ABSENT: Nones
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disal lowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation fol'.' Bi-Weekly
Salaried Positions (Public Works - Surveyor, .Disallowing 4 Engineering Techn'ician II Positions and
Allowing 4 Positions of Architectural Drafts.man II, Effective October 227 1973).
Upon motion of S.upervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the' following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73i-'62'4'."
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT Ff LES) .
 RE: Execution of Jpint Exercise of Powers Agreement (Revenue Sharing Contract) between the
County .of S.ahta Barbara and the' Isla Vista Recreation and Park. District fol'.' the' County to Pr.ovide Funds
in an Amount .not to Exceed $1 '5'.,~00'.00' fol'.' thersla V.ista Youth Center: . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73i-'625'. '
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES) .

September l 7., . 1. 973. 
RE: Execution of Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement (Revenue Sharing Contract) Between the
County.ofS.anta Barbara :and the.f'sla Vista Recreation and Park.District-for: the'County to Provide Funds
in an Amount not to Exceed $7., 000'. oorfor: the' l'sla Vista Tree Planting.  '
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted : .
. 'RE: .
Program.

Resolution No. 73i-'626 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Report and Recommendation from Administrative Offic.er 'ReJativ.e to unemployment Insurance
The Clerk. read subject report and recommendation dated September 13'.," 1973~ '.which recommended
that subject matter be'. refer: red to the""meet and confer:" sessrons with :emp10yee groups. which wi 11 :be
held during the Spring of 1.974:. -.
Legislation mandating the  county ~s participation in an unemployment insurance program,
is unlikely to become law this fiscal year . . In view of this development and the' fac;t that it does not appear
that there will be any involuntary lay-off among Santa Barbara County Employees this year is justification
for: this recommendation. Of tnes-CoLinty sample that is used in personnel matters .throughout the' State,
only Ventura.County and Orange County offe.rs any type of benefit.to empl0yees involuntar.ily laid off  .
Ventura .County had the self-insured unemployment insurance program with a benefit structure similar
to the State-wide program; and Orange County, which has a severance pay program based on length
of s.ervice. A summary.of the two programs were attached. None of the other remaining 6 counties indicated
they were .considering the implementation of any sort of unemployment program.
Leonard. Roders, of the Social Worker's Local Union, referred to the August 22hd report
and recommendation of the Administrative Officer directed to the Board.on August 27tf:l and reference
was made to the statement that there would be very few lay-off situations. However, .several weeks
ago, the Welfare Director, i_n connection with the Homemaker Services was asked to phase out 5 positions
and possibly more .would be. phased out after October l, '. 1973 ~ '. hopeful.ly, without a. lay-off  .
He spoke about staff problems and mentioned the staff ~.t the Sahta Barbara General Hospital.
What will happen to these people if it is phased out and contracted out for: services? The County is not
respondiRg to this. Changes have been made with lay-offs at the Santa Barbara General Hospital and
Welfai:e .Department and it will have an' impact again, possibly; with ray-offs. Therefore, unemployment
insurance is becoming more of a necessity. Mr. Roders recommended disapproval of the Administrative
Officer's recommendation, as submitted today.
Mr . Frost said that there is one thing lacking in the Administrative Officer's report, which 
is related to estimated costs. The Administrative Offic.er said that in his previous report, it was indicated
that it is very diffic.ult to estimate cost, particularly if rt is under a self-'i.nsured program versus getting
involved with a State program, and would prefer: the County .gowith the self-'i.nsured program over.the 
other.
In the case of having a self- administer.ed program, where.no layoffs occured, t.here .would
be no cost. Again, he reiterated that there would r:iot be. any unvoluntary. layoffs  this year . . This matter
will come up again during the' hearings .of FY ~974 - 75 with other programs and possibl $1'5000'. 00' ~
$2'5', 000'. oocould be put up in the contingency for the self-insured program .
Supervisor F.rost wondered about how much the cost woulcl be to the County i.f a bad situation
arose. The Board should consider some kind of unemployment sjtuation, at least for the morale of the
employees, as nothing would be lost in this way.
In reply to Supervisor Slater's inquiry if there is a mandated unemployment program, the
Administrative Offic.er replied that the County does not want to get involved with the State program.
It is a philosophical position that this Board.would want to take. 
Mr . Roders said that obviously, the unemployment program would be set up by taking many
steps prior to getting to the point of layoff or transferring people : He said the County did .lay off 13'. 
laundry.workers .at the Santa Barbara .General Hospital last year. The Administrative Officer replied
that this is not true. They were offered jobs, but they did not take them. Mr . . Roders indicated that
staff is being cut back . Why not set up this program for future .protection as it will not cost the County
any money? .The Administrative Officer stated that they will be' taking another look at this, and will
meet with employee groups
Zack L.  Stringer, General Manager of the Santa Barbara Employees Association, stated
that he had opposed an unemployment program two years ago, butsince theh, they have met on thts
subject and he feels there is a value in having a policy established for: an unemployment conpensation
program, ~s there is a great deal of information thrown out about -l ayoffs. pnd this creates anxiety among
the empl0yees, which affe.cts productivity. He is still talking to people who have been affected by layoffs
in a distressing way, by losing their jobs . Some of the' people who were.laid off r .eceived other employment
in the County, but they have not worked out in these new positions and this has created some disturbing
problems among these people. As an example;there is one woman who can no longer function in her
job.


September 17, . 1973: .
SJpervis.or Beattie. stated that some counties give two-weeks ful. ~ pay and some counties pay
one-week for: each year of s.ervice, so there.woulcl riot be a great deal of money involved". Supervisor
Tunnell asked the Administrative Officer "if he would consider employee deductions for: this type of program
and the reply was that this is a possibility, but usually, the costs are .borne by the  erriployer .
Upon motion of S.upervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Administrative Offic.er be, and he rs hereby, ClUthorized and directed to coordinate
with Mr . . Leenard.Roders and other  employeeorganizations on developing minimum and maximum costs
to determine the size for: the contingency fund to be set aside for self-\lnemployment of a. model program,
together with sample contracts and report back on October 23; 1973."

. RE: Proposal of L. .' Garfie.ld Sorensen for Purchase of L.obero .Bui ding and Adjoining Richard's
Property.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter, .which has been befor:e .the'Board.at previous times.be, and the' same
is hereby, placed on fil~ :

RE: Request of State Department of Parks and Recreation to N'ame County Representative to Work
with .the State Reagarding Inventory of Historic Sites.
According to the Administrative Officer, .Richard S . 'Whitehead,  for:mer County Planning
Director, .wil I serve as the County~s representative on subject matter . . 
Supervisor Frost said he is Chairman of the Santa Barbara County Landmark Advisory Committee
(having been appointed on April 9, . 1973~ '. He has read the enabli.ng legislation and would like an agenda
prepared to cal I a committee meeting into session to get something done. : If appointed, Mr . . Whitehead
would assist in its preparation .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Richard.S. Whitehead be, and he is hereby, Clppointed as the County~s representative
to co.o rdinate with State offic.ials on subject matter, .5ubject to confir.mation of his acceptance .
RE: Notice by State Lands Division of Revision of Dates of Public Hearings on Proposed Off-.Shore
DrilJing for Oil and Gas to September 20 and 21, 1973:at UCSB at 9 a'.m'.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, .5econded by. Su'pervisor Frost and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, r:eferred'to the'County Counsel :
. 'RE: Awarding Bid on Tajiguas Sanitary.Landfill Drainage lmprovements.

The fol.lowing bids were .received and opened at a meeting held on Thu'rsday, Sej:ferriber  .
13., '. 1.973:in the Supervisor's Confer:ence Room. The roll was called; the'Clerk.announced that the'Affidavit
of Publication was on file. Representatives of the following departments were present: County Counsel,
Public Works and J. E. Lewis, Clerk:
Blois & Cardoza'., Inc.
James C . Cushman
Melcher Construction
Rex W. Murphy
O'Shaughnessy Construe
tion Company
Toro .Canyon Construction
$72", 847" 00' '.
$9'U', 7 40. 00'. '
$8'9, 840:. 00'. '
$1 01,92 o. oo 
$8'8, 178'1, 00' '.
$77:, 8 661
 00' '
The engineer's estimate was $7'6:, 450. 00'. 


The Public Works Director subrriitted an oral report to award. the contractor to the low bidder ,
Blois &Cardoza', Inc., f'.'. 0. Box 117'., :Coleta, intheamountof $.72 :, '. ~47. oo. 
This is subject to approval of 73:-ND-387, : which is on today's EQAA agenda. If approved,
it will then be submitted to the South Central Coast Regional Commission for: approval.
It appearing that Blois & Cardoza, Inc. is the lowest and best bid received' from a responsible
bidder, .and that said bid is satisfac;tory and in accordance 'with the notice inviting bids for said project;
Upon motion of S.upervisor F.rost, seconded by Su'pervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of Blois & Cardoza", Inc., in the  amount of $.72~ 8~7. 00' be accepted , and that
the contract for said project be. awarded to the said contractor at the price and upon the' te'rms and conditions
set forth in said bid and in said notice inviting bids .
It is fur:-ther ordered that the Public Works Director. be, and he is hereby., authorized and
directed to prepare .the necessary.contract at the appropriate time for the' work; and the Chai"rman and
Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute said contract .
September t 7 ~ . 1. 973" ".
It is fur:-ther ordered that the recommendation of the Public Works Director to appropriate,
by transfer: of funds, the' additional amount of $.2.0".3~7:.00', which is required'. for: said project fr.om the'
Revenue Sharing Trust F.und be', and the same i's hereby, confir.med.
RE: Resolution Accepting the Offe.r of Grant Castleberg. A.S. L.A., for: Landscape Architectural
Services in the Amount of $.1',700'.00' fn Connection with the 'Sheriff's. Administration Buildrng .
.
It was stated that the Park. Director r.ecommended' approval of t(1r.s profe~sional contract
and reference was made to the letter offering these services, dated.July 1a-., : 1973 ~ ". directed " to the.Assistant
Director of Public Works, which went into detail on what was involved. It was pointed out, that the
County :Landscape Architect in the Parks Department, would not be able to provide these services .
It was pointed out that Mr. Castleberg would do the design, and later on, t.he matter will
come back befor:e .the Board to call for bids.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater., . ~econded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted the' following resolution on subject matter: .
Resolution No. 73'-'62r/.
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Report and Recommendation of Public Works Director. and Agricultur.al Commissioner Relative
to Procedure.to be~ Followed in Study of Agriculture .in Santa Barbara.County, cis Requested.by the' Santa
Barbara .county Farm Bureau.
The Clerk read subject written report and recommendation.
The' report stated that the for:mulation of a. report on the potential of agricultur.e in Santa .
Barbara .County is necessary, as it should be. an integral part of the c:omprehensive plan and' implementation
program. This infor:mation is important to the consultants relative to land use, open space and water,
and should be.made in .time for: their use. 
Contrary.to some opinion that agriculture .is being eliminated and taken over by urbanization
(which removes valuable productive or potentia1 ly productive land from use), land use by agriculture,
which is the #1 industry, County-wide, more .land is being developed for agriculture, and is increasing 
in irrigated acreage rather than decreasing as is happening in a number of other counties, such as Ventura.
The inclusion of the feasible potential in the new comprehensive plan would provide the'
retention of the existing and future character of the County.
It was recommended that the' report be"prepared under the' direction of tne'Offic.e of the
Agricultural Commissioner. The water input would be provided by the County Water Agency pertaining
to ground water. and potential water availability. The revision of the' 19'6.61 Land Use Survey by' the.Water
Agency, proposed for: next year, would be rescheduled, so as to provide the current existing land uses
necessary. for this report .
Since it was felt the Cal Poly at San Lu'is Obispo would be available for technical advice
and expertise, the offic.ials there .were contacted relative to possible participation in the' report and they
expressed an inter.esl: They suggested a futt:Are .meeti'ng to discuss the study and the possible use of
graduate students or senior students working on it as a senior project under County guidance. 
In addition, discussion with the consultants for: the comprehensive plan should be held 
to eliminate any possible duplication on work they were planning to complete.
The Public Works Director gave a further explanation about the land use report by the.Water.
Agency. This was done with extra help in 19'661 and involved nearly al I agricultural area using water.
R. M. Edmonston, consultant for the Water Agency,  and Mr . . Caldwel I, wi 11 request extra
help funds next year to update the report due to vineyards requiring water and the requirements wil I
have to be known. Perhaps we can get some help through Cal Poly at a minimum cost. In any event,
the' Publi.cWorks Director will fir.st consult with Mr . . Edmonston.
Supervisor Slater said it would seem wasteful to start al I over again, QU"t this is a good
idea.
The Agricultural Commissioner said that he is interested now only in discussing this with
the'. consultant and Cal Poly offic.ials. Then he.will ,eport back on Octoberl,'. 1973'.".
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnelr, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject report be', and the same is hereby', ciccepted for fi Ii ng and that subject matter
be", cind the same is hereby, continued to October 1,". 1973' for submission of report from the.Agricultural 
Commissioner .
 . .R E: Communication frqm Maurice J. Duca Relativ.e to Nude Bathing in Santa Barba'ra County .
The Clerk read the cover letter frqm Mr . . Duca of 3.001  Padaro.Lahe, Carpinteria, dated
September 1.2', '. 1973"on subject matter and the' following copies of letter.s were also filed with the Clerk:

September 17, : 1973'. 
A letter. frqm Mr . . Duca: qated.Septem'ber 7., ', 1. 973~  qirected . to Su'pervisor F.rost as a fol.lowup
of his letter dated August 28',  1973 ~ '. 
Reference was made to a copy of a news item directed to Sheriff John Carpenter, that appeared
in the News-Press on September 9, 1973., '.concerning fiv:e men being arrested at the' local beach.
Several years ago, the' Courts said that a.person who' is bathing nude on a totally isolated
and secluded beach could not be arrested . fo~ indecent exposure. He sees lots of nude bathers who' seem
to dominate the part of the beach in the area where he is located at Loon Point in Summerland, at the
end of Carpinteria.
Is Summer land Beach secluded as wel I as Carpinter.ia Beach? .Does 'the' Board. fe~I that people
should not be' allowed to bathe nude on any beach.in the' County?.
Between the Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria area, qne might just as well avoid
going to the beaches. There.are a lot of people on these beaches fr.om out of town and they are not just
sun seekers. Some people prefer to go to secluded areas for: a place to sun themselves: but there is
a diffe.r:ent g.roup that is causing the probrem'.
The first group were.the lookers, who' were more interested in looking at other people than
their own sun bathing. New there are the sex deviates and hOmosexuals. These men "troll" the beach
fo~ partners.
He fe~ls that the citizens have been let down by the Board. in not passrng an ordinance to
regulate nude bathing inside this County.  
Do we allow nude bathing on all the rivers, lakes and streams where.other people want
to go? .Are new people to come to the city, County and State parks and use public pools for obvious
reasons? .
On Labor Day, he talked to Sheriff Carpenter who sent out some offic~rs to observe. The'
climate was wet, overcast and windy and the'offic.ers spent several hours .on Saturday and Sunday at
Summer land Beach. They apprehended fiv:e males for fel.ony sex offe.nses. Of these five males, one
each was frqm Lohg Beach, l,.o's Angeles, Camarillo; Ventura .and Santa Maria.
Nude bathing rs not allowed tn Lo's Angeles, nor iri most other counties .in :the'State," but
it has become well known that santa Barbara is the' place to go and people are gravitating to this area
which changes the nature of the use of our beaches. If it becomes warm again, where.will people and
children go to beaches to enjoy themselves? .
He recommended that the Administrative Offic.er, .in coordination with .the' County Counsel,
prepare .an.ordiflance to pr.ovide for: the' posting of notices'where.riudebathing is not a11owed  To' leave
the' County unregulated is a major mistake.  
Mr. Duca al so stated that two of the gentlemen apprehended and arrested came up for: a
preliminary hearing and the Presiding Municipal Court Judge Joseph Lodge ~ who examined the nature .
of the circumstances surrounding the arrest, fovnd, t.hat, ~t the.time wheh the'menwere in oral copulation,
there .was no one essentialfy looking at th'em. It happened' to be at themomentthat they were.engaged
in oral sex, t.hat there .was no one in that area, so the'J.udge di'smissed'the'case. He fel .t that if no one
is looking at th'em, they can do anything they want to.
Supervisor Catterlin stated that he is very appreciativ.e of the fact that Mr. Duca has brought
this matter. to the Board~s attention in such an intelligent manner.
Deputy .County .Counsel, Marvin Levine, ~xplained that the'.Su'pr'eme Court case referred
to was from Los Angeles County and so they did not get ~r conviction because the' person was sun bathing
in Malibu and that is considered secluded. Supervisor Catterlin stated that homosexuality is a crime -
a fel.ony. Supervisor Slater. wondered about the Board passing an ordinance, permitting nude bathing
in eertain areas only:  Mr . . Levine rep I ied that, in view of the Supreme Court decision, it would be invalid
to prohibit a.ude. bathing on an isolated beach.  Mr. Levine also stated that this Board.had discussed
?
this last year. The' problem seems to be whether or not the State has pre.,empted the'field of what constitutes
lewd conduct or obscene conduct. This has been a probf'em that has bothered County Counsels throughout
the State aboutlegislating rn that particularfield. There .is an unknown factor on how far to go.
Supervisor Frost suggested a prohibition of nude bathing almost everywhere, except in
certain beach areas in the' County.
Supervisor Catterlin stated that it has never been the nude bather, .but the individuals
who are .attracted by the nude bather who just sit there .and look at a good looking man or woman. That
was the fir.st problem that came to the Board~s attention. Mr. Levine and former Supervisor Clyde have
been working on thi.s for: several years. 
It was suggested that an ordinance be adopted prohibiting the "nudies" in many areas of
the County .where .it is totally unregulated at the present time. Supervisor Frost said that he' went up
the Santa Y~ez River last weekend to see the extent of the problem there. The people have a right not
to be offended or embarrassed by unexpectedly coming across nudity. People who want to sun bathe
nude should expend more.effo.rt and go up fur:-ther to a more.secluded or isolated area where visitor.s
are .not likely to go. The' Board.should prohibit nude bathing in at least the fir.st couple of pools of the
Red Rock area. Everyone here .is in sympathy, particularly those down at the' south end of Summer land 
It is becoming a gay beach known al I over the State. He does not consider Summer land Beach being
secluded and it should be prohibited from nudity on the beach .


September 17, . 1. 973. '.
Mr . . Levine stated that designating beaches where nude bathing is permitted may result
in a law suit  . In reply to Chairman Beattie's inquir y ~ Mr . . Levine replied' that the' Board could, by ordinance,
designate where nudity is not open or is restricted, which would be more .effective .
Mrs. Mary.McLaughlin, i.n her .presentation, r:efer:red to her husbahd's (Robert V.) letter .
dated September 15'., 1973,  residing at 1809' Fernald Point Lahe i'n opposition to nude bathing on beaches 
and asked what an isolated beach is. They have a very limited use of their own property on the.beach.
The nude bathers.on the local beaches are , for the most part, \(isitors .from other areas, principally
frqm the Los Angeles area, qnd theycome here becausethere.are.laws in .their own areas to prevent
them from doing what they' freely do in this area ~ Mr. McLaughli'n has been a president of the' Fernald 
Point Association and in his letter filed with the Board, stated that nude bathers cause parking problems
simply because they are trespassers .on private property and,qS such, do not have parking or sanitation
facilities. Their litter. and refu$e are plainly visible tin the' beach any time and their dogs are legion
and unleashed . Their conduct, especially that of the' deviates, is in nonconformance with that of the
community.
Mr. Maurice Goldman, q resident at Fernald Point Lane; made.a presentation and refer:red
to a letter, which was later filed by the Clerk from Mr. and Mrs. George M. Treister, dated September
15'., 1973~ '. in which they, qS the owners .of the residential property, lpcated at 181 1'. Fernald Point Lahe,
Montecito, strongly opposed the use of the nearby beach by m'embers .of the public as a place for: nude
sun bathing, as the activities of the nudists have inter.fer:ed with the enjoyment of the property owners .
for family purposes .
Mr . . Goldman stated that he is a newcomer to the' area and did not know much'about"nudie
beach" . Although he is not against nudity, ne has observed himself, rnany ii legal uses on that beach
and right in front of their house . As an example, he had a lady in his house, as a guest, and a nude
male came up and clid an illegal act in front of her . . The' Board.should enforce regulations . He pointed
out that this also creates problems as to parking, crossing the freeway, crossing the' railroad and there
are no toilet facilities in the area . In conclusion, Mr . Goldman felt the' Board should do something to
enfor:ce certain regulations on this matter of nude bathing at certain beaches as well as the sexual offenses.
Lieutenant Vizzolini, of the Sheriff's Department, reported that the Sheriff's. Department
has been .frlJstrated by the lack of a.n ordinance relative to lewd participation in certain areas of the
County. A year ago, cfuring the summer, .t,here were.categorical demonstrations of illegal acts. The
Sheriff's. Department made 50 arrests in one month . 
Supervisor Catterl in stated that you do not need a County ordinance to enfor:ce the Penal
Codeaboutfel.onies. Lieutenant Vizzolini reported that there.rs no problem in that particular area;
He also reported that the District Attorney is going to appeal the' case hereinabove-refer:red to There
are pr ivate property violations . The Sheriff is recommending an ordinance for this . The District Attorney's
offic.e has asked for: legislation and an ordinance on this level. Restricting, instead of designating nude
bathing is a good idea. The' Sheriff is pursuing some statutes 'to correct thi.s matter . .
Supervisor Tunnel I stated that pending the efforts of County Counset in drafting an ordinance
of r .estrictions, t')e thought that perhaps just some good old fa~hioned surveillance of persons down there
arid patrolling the areas would do some good. This does take extra .man power, .bu't this has been a continual
harrassment to these people who have a right 'to use the beaches.
Lieutenant Vizzolini stated that they encourage staying away from harrassment . . The' Sheriff's.
deputies do respond wheh they get complaints, but they only respond upon the complaint of a property
owner or a person who will make a citizen 's arrest . At that point, the Sheriff's Department would accept
the prisoners .and book them . That is the only way the Sheriff's. Department can handle the misdemeanor .
Lieutenant Vizzolini , in response to an inquiry from supervisor Slater, explained that
reasonable people are .intimadated but they are afraid to speak up because of repercussions . That has
been an historical problem all the time.
Supervisor Slater explained that trespassing is a problem along with the other two. Has
the .County .been pre-:-empted by the State? 
Lieutenant V.izzolini explained the provisions contained in the statute of Seetion 415' about
offensive conduct and that is what the Di strict Attorney is using in order to make arrests. However,
there .is the other matter of the statute that has to be considered.
Supervisor Slater mentioned the homosexuality throughout the State. Why go into preparing
an ordinance which might turn .out to be unconstitutional because of pre-:-emption problems with .regard
to the allowance of n.ude bathing in isolated areas of c.ertain beaches ~
Supervisor Frost stated that he frequently goes to Shark's Cove Beach all the time and there
is a broad section of S.anta Barbarans down there .that use the' beach for: local sun. bathing. They don't
want to be jeopardized either by the wording of a certain adopted County ordinance.  He stated that
they are .very much in favor of regulation by ordinance, with certain stipulations as to restricted areas
against nude bathing .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, c;ontinued to October 15, 1973and referred
to Supervisor Frost, the District Attorney I County Counsel and Sheriff for report back with a drafted
ordinance or alternative ordinances.for the' Board's consideration as to restricted areas of nude bathing
throughout Santa Barbara County.
During the interim period, it is ordered that the' Sheriff be, and he' is hereby, authorized
and directed to conduct extra .patrolling and surveillance i'n the.problem areas.
0 (Q 0



September 17., . 1.973: 
The Board of Supervisors.recessed to hold an Executive Session
for: I itigation .
The Board reconvened and there being no further business,
the Board recessed until 2 o'clock, p.m.
At 2 o'clock, p .m. the Board. reconvened.
Present: . Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, ~rancis H.
Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Allowance of Claims.
 

Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously; it is ordered that the fol.lowing
claims be, and the same are hereby, allowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the.fund
designated on the face of each claim, respectively, tp-wit:
RE:
(Claims List)
Upon the roll being called, t.he fol.lowing Supervisors .voted Aye, to-wit:
Frank J. Frost. Charles F. Catterl in, J'ames M.
Slater, .Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I
NOES: None ABSENT: None
Requests for: Appropriation, Cancellation or Revision of Funds.
  
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing requests for appropriation, cancellation or revision of funds are .hereby approved, in the
budget classificptions and amounts shown, and the County Auditor be, and he' is hereby, authorized
and directed to make the necessary transfer:s:
SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS
 Transfer:'. wo; 33."
. 'MENTAL 'HEAL TH
From:
5250/6JOO 
52 50/6~00' '
5250/6?00' .
5250/ '6~00
Transfer: No . 44 .
MENTAL 'HEALTH
 From:
5250/8600.
Transfer: No . 46" 
FIRE DEPT.
From:
3710/8600'. '. Item #24 .
( 1  metal. desk)
 Transfer" No. 53 "
. AUD'ITOR:coNTROLLER
 From:
Genera I Fund (Safet.y)
Emerg. Emp. Act (Safet.y)
General Fund (Regular)
Road Fund
Petroleum Dept. Fund
Emerg. Emp. Act Fund 5
Emerg. Emp. Act F.und 6
Trans. Wg. Capital. Fund
$32', 755
3,102
633' .
193 .
$ 7, 355
$ . 275"
$3'0, 989., 9 .
252. 82 .
74,674.77
5, 323. '60 .
137'. 04
757.76
333'. 36' .
37'6'. 77:
September 17', . 1973. '.
. T-o: 5250/7~'60' '
5250/7~60
5250/7~60
5250/7~60
T-o: 5250/8600'
. To:
3710/8~00  Item #63 .
(kitchenett Unit)
. T-o:
$32', 755
3 I 102'
633' .
193 .
$ 7 ,35'5
$ " 275'
Employees' Retirement Fund $1 14, 734_ 93 
0 C. I

 
t
.,


 
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7/73
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Bric Maas & Florence Mw
&lr co.
Aloha Market
Leo Archer
Bachelor Club
Robert Behr
Connie Brown
Mae Brown
h'erett C.iD
Trinid4C'8at1llo
Cbrter Oak PoaDl1ati_on
CUlberllOn -lty
Mary Ana D:rr
Del Borte Mobile Bo Batat 
Mra. Darlene Dyba
Fisher Pooda, Inc.
Mn. Patricia a-ailtcm
Vera Drria
Linda Beller
Prilyn Boe.er
&Olaaing Authority
do
Mr. L.c. aaa-n
I otermatloaal Table SGpply
Bllea M. Joboaoa

AMOUNT
160.00

as.oo
24.12
85.00
60.00
67.00
NUMBER
05541
05542
05543
05544
O.SS45
055,6
7.00 05547
84.75
161.00
67.00
67.00
115.00
700  00
60.00
100.00
84.75
75.00
200.00
31.03
90.00
125.00
67.00
350.00
45.00
56.62
75.00
46.00
65.00
108.61
84.75
05548
05549
05550
05551
05552
05553
05554
ossss
05556
05557
05558
05559
05560
05561
05562
05563
05564
05565
05566
05567
05568
05569
05570
. 
73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


,.

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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
,
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

FUND Qlip&t.
PAYEE/REMARKS
fordaaoa, Inc.
Erlinda Koebr
Ma19aret Ltt.itt
Vera L. Miller
Bat t'9JY MotarU80
. J MQlhollaDll
Mary MeCa.,.

Barl AdlahoD
cecelia nari:o
Mra. Delicia oftida
Wayne hftOD
Pxof-loaal In--=-nt. Pl:amai119
r Patricia Jtobl9do
.

Santa Barbera OB ura IMdical p:oap, I
City of Sallta Mari.a
loealiDll c. m
I ni S. Shield
/
/
 SCMtMra califoruia BdJ.llon co 
Soat.hern callfoznia G co.
Betty Salduth
 Tew LUIJIJa
Bet.ty s. Tf.bba, 11.D.
J1aEY '1'1:evetben

Artbur Vieaola

I
r 
PAID
DATE SBPflMRgR 1.7 1 7tuRRENT
AMOUNT
273.44
67.00
45.00
65.00
61.00
45.00
67.00
56.00
134.00
75.00
130.00
122.00
210.00
67.00
45.00
285.00
5,345.00
131.70
40.00
ss.oo
45.00
67.00
7,089.26
49.93
126.00
144.13
1,470.00
29.16
100.00
65.00
NUMBER
05571
05572
05573
05574
05575
05576
05577
05578
05579
05580
05581
05582
05583
05584
05585
05586
05587
05588
05589
05590
05591
05592
05593
05594
05595
05596
05597
05598
05599
05600
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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7/7S

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER '
,
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 
 
PAID
FUN D _~~o~Bt&R&~x~.~~__:~~~~~~~~~~ DATE SBP1'R!fl!'R 17, 1 73 CURRENT
PA YEE/REMARKS
Ill: Ploroce w.arren
Rebecca W.tta
Robn o. Williw. 11.D., Joaalcl e.
Bebrt. M.D., tnc.
ADJlica Ullifora co.puay
Applied aaainea Priatiog
Atlantic S~ic:al ca.paay. Inc 
Bla'bop cc.paay
Bnuwi9 DrUI CCllpally
Barroagba corp.
cal9on Corp.
Th9 Rgnta of tit U of c
Department of General SarYiee
Cbanaal Papr co 
college Pi.c:wnt council. :tnc.
Diet.ate fl Japlicate
B4wuds Laborator1-
BrD8t 6 Brnat
Gray'
Jl0aal4 T. Gromak AWnitio11
Halprin Supply COll,PIHly
IPOO Boepiul Sapply corp.
Itelt Buin Prodllcta
Kellay Blue Book
Kitlcla Book Store
AMOUNT
soo
36.00
16.5'
845.60
92.40
107.65
817.10
5072
443.66
80.87

63.00
1.91
2,593.03
160.21
64.63
590.00

95.00
45.00
404.73
s. 00
694.65
54.00
2,911.00
894.38
392.20
190.80"'
124.68
1,023  12
22.00
6.31
NUMBER
05601
05602
05603
05604
05605
05606
05607
05608
-05909
05610
05611'
05612
05613
OS614
05615
056J
05617
05618
05619
05620
05621
05622
05623
05624
05-625
05626
05627
056%8
05629
05630
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
A C  I 57
7/73


AUDIT'OR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISJER~ 
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 

PAID
FUND __ ~G~B~~~D~I~ ____________ DATE SBPTBMIER 17. 1 73CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Lilerl Laboratoriea Di'ri.aion
Mallinckrodt
MOor auineaa For Inc 
Santa Barbara Pir Bqu!.i-ent
santa Barbara Janitor SQ.PP"ly
Santa Barbara LOcltawlth
Santa Barbara Off ice Supplf
Th Soclal Welfare C0111rt 1i9eat
Sblp1a: Ti- Jtacorcler Co.
Ten Byclt Sapply Co.
Valley SP4 & Mllr!D4t
wa Sc:lentif ic
Zllrbllch Paper eo.ptny
.&99r1can Steriliser CO!llPllDY
Martha Alarado
Senora Arc:hibla
Califorala Bot:el
L. Liu Chapen. c.s.a.
Kort Cohen
caya va11ey ~nity
Delmh au  t acme
Derl Dyba
Elly BDf f
Jlla. v. Joa
carolya 11. JCli. c.s.a.
Hr. c. Lamar


AMOUNT
418.17
219.94
114.27
1.240.45
61.93
16.00
J92.29
2.478.45
41.39
325.46
15.00
142.00
505.09
523.85
155.89
100.74
65.51
708.50
32.00
44  28
36.43
33.14
501.33
ss.oo
25.81
60.00
124.20
186.00
43.23
117.10
33.55
165.00
143.92
53.23

NUMBER
05631
05632
05633
0163'
05635
05636
05637
05638
05639
05640
056,1
05643
05644
95645
OS6t6
05647
OS6t8
05649
05'ID
056-Sl
05652
05653
05654
0565t;
05656
05657
05658
05659
05660
05661
05662
0566Z
05664

MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


. '
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 
AC  t 117
7/73
FUND GUBlL DATE SBPfEMBER 17, l 73 PAID
---------- - ------- CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Mre. Be Lera
J.B. LeWia
LallpoC lfOpit:al D1atr1et
D.J. LOYe
ao-ar4 c. Meal
Robert. a. Scott.
wcaaa serena
Mre. B.P. Si9DOrlli
Kr. Bathaa Tapi
BerDU'4 we1-ma
Jtlcbard G. Ainley. v.-.n.
All Aaericaa
American HoepiUl Ann.
American Plmibiag  J:Dlatzoial suwly
Applied sct.eace Labcatari toe.
Aadiotroniz 
AYila P1Wllb18' CO.
ca11Lornia State Bdacat1ona1 Ageucy
Sarpl Pzoparty
a.J. erxoll  so 
Cbef e Veniara. Inc.
C!bunel IP4io Sapply co.
u cas Gera9
Diftri At.toramy  CGnty Coaalll
Aaea. of califarala
AMOUNT NUMBER
2,.20
11.85
48.00
66.43
2.23
45.97
25.16
0.5665
05666
05667
05668
05669
05670
05671
05672
4.720 05673
132.86 05674
56.62 05675
153.07 056
47.55 05677
7.SO 05678
'8.10 05679
13.65 05680
19.00 05681
33.61 05682
J.1  .so
43.22
224.24
S.83
41.25
18.98
26.50
22.Sl
05683
05684
05685
05686 .
. 255.36
05687
05688
05689
05690'
05691
05692
05693

194.76
15.50
50.00 05694
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




AC  t B"I
7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUND __ jjGIJlmlllll:IPAlJ.L'---- -----------DATE SBP!BMBBR 17. l 7~URRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Blett Pac1carcl
BOllouay Plallbing
Ray' soi-an Plmibi119  Betia9
Bopper, tnc.
 Joa o.-ieala, toe 
item!all co.
trar Sapply co.
ltellcal Baalmtioa ~l.iahlag co., %
llftek Sharp Is Do1-
Moore
Korr180D co.
MGUr l'r.ac1c Diet.rib\l~ co.
ll01lble hrti~iOD. xnc.
sational Dairy coancll
 ~ s-.iriT.111 Mchiaa corp.
-Px  Pablilllaiag co.
lfb PJtaclaion Sbrpaniag
fte Office Mart
Ow-1r.up co.
 Paettie suvicial co.
hhn  8 Pait* Stoe
Pi~Day Baa 
Glenn ao-r
llar Milling co.
Will lta88, Inc.
Sat.a Bertra Glue co.


AMOUNT
165.10
32.50
.74
127.52
164.39
190.91
101.76
596.25
30.31
15.00
10  .&5
927.96
s.68
131.34
354.98
420.50
15.00
85.2. 4
93.91
11.24
295.60
5'.22
131.92
83.65
522.27
S.27
14.02
82.68
628.27
4.14
NUMBER
05695
05696
05697
05698
05699
05700

05701
05702
05703
05704
05705
05706
06707
05708
05709
05710
05711
05712
05713
05714
Ol71S
05716
05717
05718
05719
05720
05721
05722
05723
51724
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
A C - t 17
7/73

 
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GE9BIAL 
PAYEE/REMARKS
Santa Brbara Mot.or Para. Inc:.
Santa Maria Electric
Schauer Priuti119 cc.paay. Inc.
Soien~ifie Pro6act
Select Rarc!Mare, Iac.
ilw Shft'Vlo Wtlliw co.paay
Shoreline Bady Shop
!tie SiDJU co.pny
Salli'Rna Lollpoc LRfilry
Synugic Dei9o
lf'aylor 11  t COlllpllny
Tri-CO.Dty S.ln, lDC.
Valley Grbage i. Babbin co., Inc.
varaJ.ty Bilt Sbop
Wnt Fir BquJ.199nt Compaar
 llaee Madaioery ~Y
Xerox corpocat.ioo
Aiello' llrut
Alpba Bet.a &ale ""rbt.e
Fidelia AtilaDO
Sybil Aatry
Blena Avila
.asteca ant.auraat.
rtin i. Deidre BObgaA
Richard & Brly Brooka
Barbara Brookabier
s. Bl Bravo
.Baellton COllllWlit.y S.Zicea Diat.rict
'the Roan catholic Arcbbiahop of L.A.
'
 
I
DATE SBPl'BMBBR 17 # 1 73 PAID
CURRENT
AMOUNT
48  19
32.20
489.72
978.41
76.82
275.90
115.93
192.35
1.43
13.14
34.45
506.00
93.07
2.292.00
38.56
6.18
741 . 67
702.66
83.84
29.'6
5'.28
456.00
58.07
44.89
135.00
105.00
114.00
16.13
47.10
477.45
NUMBER
05725
05726
05727
05728
05'29
05730
5731
05732
05733
05734
05135
05736
05737
05738
05739.
05740
0571
05742
05741
05744
OS74S
05746
05747
05748
05749
05750
05751
05752
05753
05754
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


A C  t 17
7/73
 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
)
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND - _ QapJm!M:UBp.LM._, ______ _ _ ______ DATE SBP!IMBB1R7. 1 13C UPRARIDE NT
PAYEE/REMARKS
catbolic Social Serwic 
contineatal Telpbooa co. of calif.
Jerilyn B. COopr
cxock  t.ional Bank
Mllar.d Ja't'ia
Dick' Den o-lett:Ata Btc:.
Edgerly Bot.el  &pta.
P:reicla S. Baglio
llra. J  D Bt.cheleea
hi&Way Market
Vll11 Faal41GJ
Fasioa Shopping Bag
Plorea Barber Sbop
Pranki' Barber Shop
Duey GardAr
Gearal ftlepboae co.
Craig GJr
J. cap1z Geyer
Goleta COGDt.y at.er Diat:.riet.
Merion Gat.ierrea
carrll Bardea
Dorothy B-1.la
Bo Poacl aaabt. tnc.

aa.aaing Authority of City of s.a.
Sant.a B rbra Coallty &auiag Authority
Jimmy' cafe

AMOUNT
67.00
40.64
17.80
368.00
67.00
45.00
25.00
398.22
34.84
,S.38
65.00
28.10
59.48
85.00
35  70
2.25
24.75
220.00
267.13
23.22
11.61
64.26
138.00
80.50
135.00
10.20
35.00
67.00
42.00
1,195.01
NUMBER
05755
05756
05757
05758
05759
os1ao
05761
05762
05763
0576,
05765
05766
05767
05768
05769
05710
05771
05772
05773
05774
05771
0577&
05777
05778
05779
05780
05781
05782
05783
05784
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
A C  t 11
., /73
, , - ., _ _ _ r  . .   ,   ' '  


\
' PAID
FUND ___ sGi~l'!l!!llli.,.!!!!!!lotM_ _____ ______ DATE Sit  raga 12. 1 73cuRRENT

PAYEE/REMARKS
Alice Jobaoa
Lit.t.l.e A.Srtty'
Mar MOnta Hotel
Mark Morebart.
Ka. Lillian McGoWern
 aara.y Sc:lwol
aoealiDll ordli
Bett.y O,ili
Cbrl  oraelu
11U9aret. P.Sill&
Palm Motor Motel
Paatry Pride ~ c&, me.
Blt.t.y ailey
Hra. Ana llolrit)119
St Vinc:ent.a Day~
Salnt.ion Arliy Dbt.tan Projec~
at.a eras ~u. Inc.
I GraDYill aeazy Sehaidt.
Seolari' Mar
Denni Shelly

. l

AMOUNT
36.29
92  15
26.75
90.17
67.00
,7.10
45.00
47.55
67.00
67.00
s.a1
3.00
85.00
84.67
33.55
l
180.06
8'.75
25.50
45.00
45.00
406.53
460.00
,14.00
43.48
59  83
122.00
112.61
83.13
135.00
NUMBER
05185
05786
05787
05788
05789
05790
05791
05792
05793
05794
05795
05796
05797
05798
05799
05800
05801
05802
05803
05804
05805
05806
05807
05808
05809
05810
05811
05812
05813
05814
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


--- -- -.- - ____ ____,~--,-~-,.---~-.,.----~-~----------- --- ----,--------.
AC  t 17
7/7!

 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBllEML DATE SEPTEMBER 17. 1 73 PAID
----------------- ----- CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
SoGthern Hotel
Richud Tealte
Anne !hegl
Vandenb'S9 Utiliti Co.
lna Vaa 08clol
Gilbert verlarcle
ltDtll 1fbltf iel.d
bly 1fillt1r
Willi- BrOll. l181"ket9, Inc.
MlcolaWlllilllla
Lorrine Wi.an
Ginger Young
Stew Yabaa
Joeepb Zttbr081ty
Abbott Lhoratori
:A=bT099 Mill fr Lallber co.
c!o
Broa Presa
llw Bickel Afucy
Boothe Collputar Corp.
Brahn' Floor covering
Calbioche
California Fir CJlie1a Ann.
CIBA


AMOUNT
867.45
135.00
208.90
21.61
148.00
60.00
83.3
co.oo
19.36
60.00
11.61
656.80
135.00
45.00
72.00
31.94
80.00
105.00
223.94
100.06
58.28
15.64
215.37
217.%6
ss.oo
1~908.00
30.74 
ll.21
6.36
1,471.'6
NUMBER
05815
05816
05817
05818'
05819
05820
05821
05822
05823
05824
05825'
05826'
05827
05828
05829
05830
05831
05832
05833
05834
05835
05836
05837
05838
05839
05840
05841
05842
05843
0584'
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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7/73



 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUND _ __Jo~111111uB11.1Rr.t1x  _----- --------DATE SEPJ'JIMBD 17. 1 7tuRRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Coaetal Copying Proc1ucU
Depuy
A.B. Dick
Daw ehlcal co.
Elec:t.roCatbeter carp.
W1111aa T. Farley CO.
Pilll Incporated
PiaabraDlll, Inc.
Fuller araa co.
Bl.mer W. GrlMt & So9
Barri " PrDk
Hendry Broe.
Bopper, Inc.

%~ormat1on " Referral a.nice of L.A.
tnatra SrYice , Inc.
IBll corporation
Jollnoa It Jobaeon
Jordenof  Iac.
L1al Book Store, IDC.
McGaW Lehoratori-
Jliuion Paint i. Art
Muak
Pllru, DaYia " ~
Pf J.Jler
Pion  r Flaig Ca.plt11f'
Pool Supply center
-eel Labontori.a
A.B. Robina
Jloeb Lboratorisaata
Bal'bnra JaDiQr Spply co.
Santa Barbara Off iee Supply
Sigma !baaical Ccsr11r
AMOUNT
39.22
749.08
34.98
97.20
129.15
57.95
16.10
13.52
160.27
35.62
291.62
49.19
5.60
803.36
2.00
131.25
10, 7ol2 .55
1,299.6'
,55.72
21.20
172.71
8.,o
16.06
23,.40
679.10
252.39
46.11
177.00
406.3,
2,396.30
1,238.1
18.34
27.00
212.85
NUMBER
05845
058'7
05848
058491!
05850
05851.
05852
05853
05854
05855
05856
05857
05158
05859
05860
05861
05862
05863
05864
05865
05866
05867
05868
05869
05870
05871
05872
05873
05874
05875
05876
05877
05878
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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PAID
FUND _____ GGB''ll'8Bil"1J[,_, ____ ___:_ ___ DATE SBPI EMBER 17,. 1 7~URRENT
Poetmuter
Soat:hWicb
PA YEE/REMAf\KS
Standrd. Oil Collpaay ~ CA.
ftaly Leather Coepany
Th U_pjohn co.
Vall ey Garbllge ~blab co  ., tne.
z~
n.fU"'IMt I Dll
&naet1a11ia Asaociat Mdical ~P
Aapan Syt-
Franc Ball
Barbara BoU!l
Francia s. a  t.ti
Bof a.public:
Joanna D.
aoa:alcl L. Bat.le
~DB. Cal . 11
La  J. ca.pbell
Ricahrd c:bac:oa
Cbannel D1poa1 co.
COll'MDt. Of the Good ShtlJ1ter4
Irene Cota
W.S.11  Bln Dllail
ina Dia

AMOUNT
554.,0
57.00
50.74
462.62
667.63
398.20
38.62
3,H9.74
728.23
4,000.00
250.00
250.00
29.21
70.00
68'."19
107. 78
25.88
,25.00
24.36
26.40
7.00
94.21
21.12
1.,0
6.50
3,319.36
78.97
300.00
422.50
230.81
NUMBER
05879
05880
05881
05882
05883
05884
05885
05886
05887
05888
05889
05890
05891
05892
05893
05894
05895
05896
05897
05898
05899
05900
05901
05902
05903
059CM
95905
05906
059M
05908
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

AC  t 11
'7/73
. ~ . ,  ,
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
o.a. Elli
Joph E. FarriDgt.cm
Paal.411119 Botel
Mn.h'11 l'li~
PnDlt .J. Proat
.Dan Gaither
JIJ:. Lily Ga.lyes
Garvey Hotel
Tiu Glosgi
City of aaaedalape
Blisabeth M. a.awn
Graydon a. Ball. Jr.
J. Man BaDllley, ll.D.
OJ."li  ,
Will.iu E. Rill. SherUf
Ra~ K. BoD4a
Cb11rlee OrodoD Jolmeoo. Jr.
Bonni Kelch
Joanne Leali
Willi- B. IAIWik
llarYiD LeYtoe
Joeeph A. Linggi
Sheri.ff 'a Dept-civll Diialon
Williu W. Luc
Willi- I. Jf.CC!L111ough & Grti:ule B.
CCUll~~
 Abel MaldoMdo
P.-S
AMOUNT
75.00
54.00
804.12
600.00
17.80
s.oo
229.67
708.61
i.200.00
15.25
15.,M
105.72
1.270.50
100.00
8.40
225.00
80.00
21.78
'
NUMBER
05909
05910
05911
OS912
OS913
05914
05915
05916
05917
05918
05919
05920
05921
05922
05923
05924
05925
05926
u.oo 05927
290.00 . 05928
32.52 05929
69.06 05930
6.45 05931
18.24 05932
. 90 05933
264.00 05934
750.00 05936
ss  oo 05936
22.72 05937
 
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
I
-

)

AC  I 17
7/73
\

AUDITOR-CONTROLLElrS WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GIBIP"1T,

PA YEE/REMARKS
Ronald J. Mayuier
Elvin a. M0r9an
Maltieratta, Inc.
 al Hotel
Kathryn 8iehol
Pai~ Oli~
Paci~ie Ga 5 Bl~ic
PS&
Pallan1:e
Prit.s C. Pattttr'90D
Aren Petenoa
cella x. a.id 
Weactell Rice  ht Rice
Vicki e Bodri9W
Dell & Dorotlay Ro
J-C. Rais  '!'bereaa A. Jbais
auee111a aoya Rauda
Jea Salina
Santa Bel'bara biation, tne.
Santa Barbera City Anisnl Shelter
City of saata Barbera
Santa Barbara c~tega Boapital
Sant.a Berber eo.taty Lilary
'
 
PAID
.&.J~BBJL.'.J.:lll _ _ l 7 3 CURR ENT
AMOUNT
5.00
s.716.46
18.95
2,567.35
427.5
i,oso.01
12.96
ll.00
374.86
18.37
4 .25
5.98
103.80
129.00
89.88
SS.68
200.00
401.52
185.00
65.50
200.00

230.00
516.00
NUMBER
05938
05939
05940
06941
05942
059')
.
05944
05945
05946
059'8
06949
05950
05951
05952
l5953
06954
05955
05956
05957
05958
05959
05960
05961
200.00 05962
64.51 05963
ss.oo 05964
984.34 05965
16.507.92 05966
14  30 05967
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC  t 17
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/
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBnx.
PAYEE/REMARKS
Santa Brbn Buene SOclty
sear Traval Seriee
J- N Slatu
John Soren1101a
so.tlaern callforlda
Jo4J.a Staplet.oo
Kenneth St.111-a
Amin Sykea
J- A. Tbaialan
ElbD v. TOjDiDi
cutt. Tanll
Aot:hoay Ralpla Ukqoi."9
Artlmr B. VlDOla " carolyna J. Viaol
Cheat.er A. W99ner
Ben Whit.
Ric'brc1 E. Wieb
B4nrd p. 1filaon
Mra. n-nor Wriqht
ftarla YOllt
Aait.a z. za.-tt:I.
eo.teaatw
Mr Kllltaa lDO.
De~t of' Genara1 sarYice8
Allbau-4or Lau!Mlxy i. Jxy Clnr
Kartba Appell
JalaD Ballt:aDClau1y
Cbarl- A. Bradley., M.D.

 
PAID
DATESBPTENBD 11. 19 3 CURRENT
AMOUNT
377.61
71.00
139.64
9.19
125.00
116.95
135.00
114.60
30.00
49.44
135.00
67.00
130.00
112.20
20.00
405.00
105.38
67.00
50.00
13.60
50.00
4.00
360.00
92.40
428.19
4.13
4.458.34
33.39
25.,00
1.,500.00
NUMBER
05968
05969
05970
05971
05972
06973
06974
05975
05976
05977
05978
05979
05980
05981
05982
05983
05984
05985
05986
05987
05988
05989
05990
05991
05992
05993
0599'
05995
05996
05997
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

-- -- - -- ---- ~ - -+ - -_ - ---, --,,~------,-~-----------~---------------
AC - f S7
7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 
 PAID
FUN0 _ --11G:ulM1Mu;ftU11m.,1L'_ ____ ________ DATE SlptBD 17  1 7:tuRRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
B4a-n4 T. Fiel4a
Graydon B. Ball. Jr.
Bl~eaio Maafrl111t
Walter a. Martia. R.1.

e.Z"daa8lDJ A-.Jea~  a a.tolYiag PQa4
Sawoy Bot.el
. sirawler aot.el
B.D. Willi-
I
AMOUNT
52.'4
12,.76
40.19
85.00
16.88
219.16
80.00
98.29
so.oo
3.625.00
703.44
40.64
560.15
25.9'

NUMBER
05998
05999
06001
06002
06003
060CM
06005
06006
06007
86009
06010
OIOll
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

, .
i 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 

A C - t 17
7/73
FUND _~MI~SC~(!~l~l~l'~M~Bl~O~JUS~----------- DATE SBPI1BMBBR 17  1 73C UPRARI oE NT
PAYEE/REMARKS
A-=- Jlotary Broo Seniee
.lqrl-'!"Urf Sapp11-. Iar:.
A119elwa Bagimi C.nter
Bllflat. Jloek CO.
Cr' Auto Supply
State of califora1a DepUt
CGaa1: Rock ~. rae.
coaataetor SWP.PlY co.
11artin DePiel Aa~i. suwiee
BUter  at.a Bqai,nt:
Faller Paint " Glu of s.B.
Parr o.paa.y
B.B. Pebll co.
Glenn~
~tbrn Paclfie llil.liag co.
Weat. Fire Bqui.-nt Co.
Carbon Me41eal Sezriee Aaan  Xnc.
Gerl TelpboD co.
Paclf lc G It Blectzic co.
SOQtl\ern California Bdiaon co.
Sootllern Califortlla G co.

AMOUNT
174.90
236.70
328.76
54.85
2.102.06
35.32
6.91
4.67
209.07
55.51
163.60
75.20
6.15
39.50
114.46
228.54
103.39
13.20
12.81
262.47
901.69
157.81
18.42
83.45
29.46.
467.07
8.86
NUMBER
06012
06013
06014
06015
06016
06017
06018
06019
06020
06021
06022
06023
06024
06025
06026
06027
06028
06029
06030
06031
06032
06033
06034
06035
06036
06037
06038
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 
A C - t 17
7/?3
PAID
FUND _ __lMIIJ:SS~C:BILLILiA!Wi!DDsr;OtJrS8ll__ _ _ _______ DATE SBPtlM8Bll 17. 1 73CURRENT
!.)' MONTH
PAYEE/REMARKS
B.D. COll.iaa eoaatruction co.
Ync 
do

Bar4 llOtor co  tac.
Robert A. Scott
COllSV DYS'l'
Gnral B1aetric co.
/
aalioaal css. Inc.
AMOUNT
35,082.00
35,082.00
s  .t7
199.00
60.SO
264.97*
6,145.22
4,160  95 
25.80
7.47
278.5'
11,226 . 42
186.56
l.86.56*
8 9.52
89.52*
274.00
771.36
NUMBER
06039
06040
060tl
06042.+
06'3
06044
06045
06046,
060l7
060
06049
06050
06051
06052
UNLESS
MARKED
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
  
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 
A C - t 57
7/73
FUND___t_sczr._xeo_ us __ _______ DATE szPtPMBBR i1. 1 73C UPRARIDE NT
PA YEE/REMARKS
Star PeJlce 6 S_pply
Api-tuf SQppli
 aubll co.
0191 EllB DISi'llICI-3655 a
SCll corporation
GU1!Nt:1!901
Cecelia S'Mloal
AMOUNT NUMBER
2570
82.15 06053
82.15*
560. 67 0605'
'78l.87 06055
1.344. 54*
2870
a.oo
10.81
18.81*
62.32
62.32
32  .97
32.97*
75.60
7 5. 6 0*
100.00
100.00* 
06056
06057
06058
06059
06060
06061
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
,

AC - t 17
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. 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

PAID
FUND _ __jsllj&a,TaAa8&lT11BSi.D_ ____ _ _ _______ OATE SPBTEMBBR J 1 . 1 7~URRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Jadg J Pattillo


\
I
AMOUNT
230.97
230.97*


NUMBER
JOOlO
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

~ --------;--.---------------------------------------------------

,


S. B. Co. Air Pol . Cont. Dist.
S . B. Co. Fld . Cont . & Water
Conservation Di st.
Laguna Co. San. Dist .
Transfe~ No:  55
PUBLIC WORKS:REFUSc 'Dl'SPOSAL
From:
0073 Unanticipated Revenue
September 17~ ~ 1_973. .
260.01 '
1,525 . 91 .
194. 70
$20, 347 . 00 '
T- o: 5511/8300

$2.0,347. uo 
The Board. recessed to meet as the Environmental Quality Advisory Board.
Board of Supervisors Sitting As An Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency

September 17,  1973, at 2: 15 o'clock, p.m.
Present: . Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
 Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
  Beattie , and Curtis Tunnell; and J . E.

Lewis, Clerk     
SuJ:ervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Matters . Relating to the Environmental Quality Act of 1.970' and Califor:nia Supreme Court
Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs . Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirement
for Projects .
The report .from the Technical Review Staff of EQAA, dated September 14,  1973: was
filed with the Clerk.
The Technical Review Staff met on Septeniber 13, 1973 and evaluated Negative Declarations
Nos . 73.-ND-38'1 through 73-ND- 39.0, inclusive; and 73 -EIR-25'
The fol.lowing tabulation summarizes the results of the staff evaluation and recommendation
and includes matters . continued from previous meetings or recommended for continuance:

RE:
Project determined to have no signifi .cant
environmental impact and recom-
. mended for: approva I
Projects :recommended for continuance

Total
1 O'. '
.1 . "

11 . "
TRS Recommendations for Approval of Negative Declarations .

Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell , seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
this Agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the recommendation of
the Technical Review Staff that the fol lowing draft Negative Declarations wil I not have any s ignificant
impact on the environment, and are .hereby approved as Negative Declarations:
73.,_ND-38'1, . Leonard Lenger , Jr., for Ben Wesner, Lot
Split #11,869,santa Maria Area, Fifth Distr ict .
73 -ND-382, .William A . Sommermeyer, for: Wi lliam Selfe,
for: proposed Conditional Use Permit, Buellton, Third.
District . .
73-ND-383 , '.Department of Transportation , widening of
Bradley Road, Job No. 5053 .'1, Orcutt area, Fifth District.
73~ND-38'4,  Department of Transportation, widening of
Clark Ave., Job No. 5058.1, .0rcuttarea, Fifth District .
73:-ND-385-, Department of Transportation, a development
of General Plan Map s howing routes to be improved as
safe bike routes, Lompoc Valley, Fourth District.
'
RE:
September 17,  1973' '.
73.-ND-38.6, Edward H. LaFranchie and Elinor Rivers,
Lot Split#11 ', 8J:i,'. Orcutt area, Fifth District . .
73"r-ND- 387, Department of Public Works, construction of
pipeline and ditch to divert drainage water, Canada de
La Pila, west of Santa Barbara in Tajiguas area, Third.
District.
73.-.ND-38'8, M. K. Welch, for William H. White, Lot Split
#11,897, :west side ofTepusquet Road, Fifth District.
73-ND-38'9, Department of Transportation, widening west
side of Kellogg Avenue, Job No. 2021 . l , '. Goleta area,
Second District.
73'-ND- 39'0,' Department of Transportation, construction
of new retaining wall on north side of .
Job No. 1064'.2,'. Summerland, First District.
Public Hearing on 73-EIR- 25 and TRS Recommendation for Continuance.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 73-EIR- 25 ., Alisal Ranch Master Plan (Daniel, Mann, Johnson, and Mendenhall), General
Plan and zoning change to al low construction of 35.to 50 cluster- type housing units per year over 20:,
year period, providing a maximum of 850 units, in addition to other facilities on Alisal Ranch, santa
Y~ez Valley, Third District be, and the same is hereby, continued to September 24', " 1973"at 2 o'clock,
p.m .
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of Ben R. Satterfield from Planning Commission Recommendation
for: Denial of Request (72 .-.RZ-'17) for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Ordinance No . 661 ' to Rezone
Property Located at 630', ' 640' 650 and 660 El Sueno Rd . , Goleta, from 8- R- 1-0 to 8-R-2-0 District Classification
.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal ;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, r:emoved from the agenda; and that the
Planning Director be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contact the applicant to advise tiim
of the EQAA procedure which must be done before .further consideration can be given to the rezo'ning .
RE: Continued Hearing on Board Referral to the Planning Commission on Initiation of General
Plan Amendment for Goleta Valley Circulation Element- Land Use Element (GP- 3C) to Change Lahd Use
Designation on Property bounded by Cathedral Oaks Road, Calle Real, Santa Barbara County Property
and Rancho Santa Barbara Mobile Home Park, Second District, as Requested by Ben R. Satterfield (72.- .
GP-16) .
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda; and that the 
Planning Director be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contact the applicant and advise
him of the EQAA procedure, which is necessary to be fol lowed before further consideration of subject
matter . .
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission and Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee Recommendation
for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Article IV of Ordinance No . 661 ' to Rezone the' McClel Ian Property
in the Lompoc Area, Fourth District; and the Proposed Creation of Agricultural Preserve (73-RZ- 20) '(73-
AP-4) .
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affi9avit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
The Planning Director requested a four week continuance pending the EIR. Chairman Beattie
stated that being in an Ag- Preserve would be for the betterment rather than affecting the environment.
The Planning Director explained that the Agricultural Preserve Advisory.Committee met last Friday,
and just about had finished a policy statement or a position to be submitted to the Board to consider,
in connection with Ag-Preserves and he believes that what they will recommend to the Board, is that
all Agricultural Preserves do not have a significant effect on the environment, so that by adoption of
such a policy, assuming it is legal, it would pertain to all Agricultural Preserves unless there are certain
factors involved in certain cases. He does not disagree at all with the philosophy, but the Committee
is refining its recommendation to present to the Board.
Miss Susan B. Trescher, Deputy County Counsel, explained that the over al I program of
Agricultural Preserves is involved and this particular application would be involved likewise, with 
the over all review for: the whole program , not just singling out this particular application.

September 1.7.,: 1973 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 1s, 1973., at 2 o'clock
p. m., at the request of the Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee and the Planning Director.
RE : Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending
Subsection 19  3 of Section 19, Article V, of Ordinance No. 661, as Amended, to Add Thereto, Three
New Zoning Symbols, 1 O:-E-1, . 40:-E- 1 and 100'-E-1, '. Together with Their Respective Minimum Acreages
and Minimum Lot Widths (73'.-0A-22) '.
This being the date and time set for: hearing on subject proposal; the Affictavit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
Reference was made to Planning Commission Resolution No. 73 ~93 -,  with regard to its reported
findings that, oased on the evidence and testimony before it, the Commission found that the proposed
ordinance will provide for: additional general plan zohing implementation .
Discussion ensued on how the lot width is determined as to a formula. The Planning Director
pointed out that the attempt to complete a ratio of one width to 3 depths as nearly as possible so that
depths do not exceed the widths . Part of the problem is that there are parts of the County which are
somewhat rural in nature, but really not suitable for agriculture, for all intents and purposes. He spoke
in favor of the 10,.E-l with regard to 40-E-1 or the 100'-E-1; . and that the 5-E-1 already exists as well
as the 1 O':-AG.
A motion was made by Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, which fai.led to
carry for: lack of a. majority to adopt the ordinance on subject matter.
Miss Trescher explained a change in the copy of the ordinance that had been presented
to the' Board, which would need to be corrected.
Bob Chapman of Santa Maria requested some things to be clarified . He wondered if the
Board.would include other zohing designations later on, $Uch as 20:.acre zohing? .By passing this proposed
ordinance, wit I this affe.ct the General Plan in the' northern. part of the County on properties that are
zohed otherwise? Supervisor Slater said that this does not apply to any specific piece of property -
it is merely the matter of adopting the designation.
There was discussion about including the 20-acre symbol and it was mentioned that a lot
of ".U" property applies to the 1 O-E-1.  Chairman Beattie felt that there may be a need to put some 20~
acre zohing in the Santa Y~ez Valley, considerably less than it used to be because some is in Agricultural
Preserve .
The Planning Director saw no objection to referring the matter of the Board's intention to
also include 20:-E-1 in subject proposed ordinance and submit its report back to the Board within 49: 
days.
Miss Susan B. Trescher, Deputy County Counsel, stated that it is at the option of the Planning
Commission whether or not to have a hearing to include the 20~E-1 designation in the proposed ordinance.
There.being no further appearances or written statements for or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter to include the 20:.E-1 iohing symbol in subject proposed ordinance be,
and the same is hereby, refer:red back to the Planning Commission for submission of its recommendation
to the Board on October 29, 1973'.at 2 o'clock, p.m.
RE: Hearing on Appeal of H. R. Kemm and also Jean Blair as Joint Tenants, from Planning
Commission Decision to Deny Request for Lot Split #11,868', Si.Jmmerland area, First District.
The Planning Director r:eported that copies of the staff report on subject appeal, dated September
12., . 1973:, .as well as copies of a memorandum from D. M. Detwiler of the County Health Department, dated
July s, 1.973 :on subject matter had been distribu'ted.
The staff report pointed out that Mrs. Blair had advised the Planning Commission that she'
can comply with .the various department requirements and percolation tests would be made prior to issuance
of a. building permit rather than prior to recordation, etc. The Health Department advised the.Serena
area is a problem area for the successful operation of private sewage disposal systems and that it is
a normal departmental requirement to require sample percolation tests on some parcels of lot splits prior
to recordation.
Mrs. Blair stated that she had received their fjrst water bill from the Montecito County Water
District in Juty 1972,' with one meter for all 7 acres prior to the institution of the water moratorium and
were using the water for agricultural purposes. The purpose of the lot split was in order to be able
to use the driveway which served their parcel.
The problem seems to be that the water is not available from the water district. The County
Counsel had pointed out that the applicant could build a dwelling without a lot split. The Board of Supervisors
as well as the Planning Commission have adopted resolutions of policy on proceeding in areas which
are threatened with water or sanitary facility shortages. This policy was relative to subdivision of
land and not a policy directed for lot splits.
September 17., . 1973, 
County .Counsel had .advised that the burden is upon the applicant to prove that water i.s
available and if f1,1rther evidence rs available relative to this, i.t should be presented to the Board on
appeal, which is befo~e the Board today.
The memorandum from the Health Department, stated that the subject property is within
the Montecito County Water District boundary; but the letter dated July 5, 1.973 from said District, indicates
they will be unable to serve this property with potable water . . This area has used a septic tank system
for private sewage disposal facilities. The area is known, generally speaking, for its sandy clay top
soil with underlying hardpan, accompanied with a history of s.eptic tank failures.
The Health Department recommended denial of Lot Split #11y868 on the basis as hereinaboveindicated.
A refe~ence was also made to a copy of a communication directed to the County Planning
Commission, dated July 5, 1973 from Neil Mendenall, General Manager and Chief Engineer of the Montecito
County water District, on subject matter. Parcel "A" is not presently served water. .
Parcels "B" and "C" have no water main abutting the property which can be used for fire
protection and domestic service. In order to be able to obtain water service from a district, it wil I be
necessary for the applicant to pay for the installation of a main extension from the main in Serena Avenue
to the property line of the proposed parcel "B". Mr. Mendenal I stated that Section 4 of the District Ordinance
No. 47-. would preclude the 'water district from serving water. to parcels 11B11 and ''C" .
Parcels "A" and "D" abut Serena Avenue and could obtain water service from that main.
However, .attention was again directed to the district ordinance, adopted on January 18',  1.973., ".establishing
rules and regulations for the restriction upon and the prohibition of the distribution and delivery of
water within the district. This ordinance resulted from the declaration of a water shortage emergency
by the Board.of Qirectors .on that date . Section 5 of that ordinance would preclude the water district
from serving water to parcels "A" and "D". The Planning Director referred to the property proposed
to be divided on it from a screen transparency of Parcels "A", "B", "C" and "D". The green area is
owned by them but was not to be any part of the lot split.
The Planning Director r:eferred to the boundaries of the Carpinteria Sanitary. District as
well as the Summer land Sanitary.District. supervisor Frost pointed 0ut-that the Padaro.Beach area 'has
septic tank trouble: The Planning Director also indicated he could not make any further comments concerning
the Santa Claus area. Mrs, Jean Blair stated that she thought the water matter was a big issue and not
the sewage plant. She thought that it was very pertinent in that four or five years ago, there was a
controversy about the Montecito Sanitary District and there was discussion concerning a metropolitan
sewer system fo~ all these sewers that are .emptying into the ocean, which would go into this metropolitan
sysfem. Eventually; this has to come about.
She said that her septic system would work.until such time as they could have a connection
to sewage, as there .are .only four parcels: Parcel "B" will be sold off,  and l:Jntil such time as the Montecito .
County Water District could supply water, .it would not be built upon. That could be a condition, she
said, but they would also put in a percolation test on it before recording.
Mrs. Blair referred to a letter and showed maps of wells and the whole district . She mentioned
a 212'. foqtdeep well,with a 1011 diameter. The well was filled up when this parcel became recorded
as a 12'. to 14'.site subdivision, but they chose not to make a subdivision outof it.
She stated that they have passed the Environmental Impact Report requirement and have
reduced the density by 66%1  She said they have requested the 60ft. wide road where there is onlya
40 ft. road now.
When the land was cleared in 1873', '.the rocks as shown on the map were.putin and it has
been under cultivation as a growing site for 100 years.
Mrs. Blair stated that when she made an application, it was for the whole 7 acres - this
has had irrigation for a long time and all the pipes are still there, and it should have been considered
for orchard.purposes, etc .
Superivsor Frost referred to the Planning Commission report, which stated, in part, to
the effe.c;t that the County .Counsel had advised that the burden is on the applicant that water is available.
Also, the.figures that were used in describing the' well were old figures.
Mrs. Blair said she would have to re-open this well. Afte.r she had bought the property
from the previous owners, she opened an escrow which took 6 months to close and they didn't anticipate
any problems. She didn't see how the water district now can say that she didn't have any water during
that period. Their ordinance says there .has to be a record of having water for five years past, but
the controversy between the previous owners was in such a state, that nothing was al lowed to be grown
on the property. She would plant trees and started watering trees from one meter before the moratorium.
Mr. Frost stated that the Montecito Sanitary District was able to drop the moratorium in
one case, because the Regional Water Quality Control Board allowed them 250, 000' gallons per day more
than the present effluent. Then he gave some figures on Casa Dorinda and some others, which tallied
up with the' 250,000'.gal Ions. In reply to Supervisor Frost's inquiry, Mr. Mendenal I stated that the present
policy, regarding connections, is water. There has been no change in the moratorium ordinance, set
out on January 18.,  1973   The water shortage emergency was declared and the ordinance was passed
and adopted. Consideration would be given if a person had a meter prior to the moratorium and within
120 days, made application for a building permit.
September 1. 7'., . 1. 973. '.
Some appeals have been granted, as they essentially met the intent of the ordinance. In
the case of Casa Dorinda., the money was spent and the plans were drawn. They were actually al I through,
bul other fac;tors came into the picture, so the Board granted the appeal after the moratorium. However,
the conditions on water are the same.
Mrs. Blair is in the same position as many other people in Montecito. She didn't get her .
project done within a time limit and the District had to have the cut~off date for the' moratorium. He
did acknowledge that Mrs. Blair does have a meter for the parcel shown in green on the screen transparency,
so regardless, 'there .would only be consideration given foi: one building and that bui Id ing would be
on Parcel 11A11  He also stated they would not allow additional drilling to be constructed versus-agricultural
use. The 'District is foi:tunate this year, .inasmuch as the' rationing is not so severe. However, they
don't know when they are .going to find additional water . .
Supervisor Catterlin wondered if it is the District's Board.of Director.'s policy that, ~ven
though the foi:mer use was greater than that which is anticipated, c;learance will still not be given.
Supervisor Frost mentioned that new sophisticated irrigation systems use a lot less water than housing
or dwellings. Mr. Mendenall stated that the.State Jaw requires the.use of water for people, qwell'ings
and human use in a certain amount. With more dwellings and severe rationing, people would be limited
in water use foi: these dwellings .
Mrs. Blair stated that she attended the Montecito Water District Board of Director's meeting,
at which time, certain applications for water were granted. Mr. Mendenall replied that each appeal
has entirely diffei:ent circumstances involved and cited a particular application that was granted and
the reasons therefor. If a lot split was granted, there would have to be a stipulation and a separate
record to be picked up by the title company, that no dwelling could be built on it, but a barn type structure
with a bathroom.
Mrs. Blair stated that there is another inequity in distribu'tion. If it is going to apply down
the line, it should applyto others . Hers is in a diffei:ent situation.
In reply to Supervisor Frost's. inquiry, Mr. Mendenall explained the underground water
basins. He also said that when each lot split is granted, all facilities should be in so that the' new prospective
buyer is not faced with a large outiay of money to put in certain fac;ilities. The developer has to qualify
to the State that al I fac;i I ities are ava i I able on the subdivision and/or lot split.
The water moratorium is providing a hardship on those who want to divide it and sell for
future investment. A Mrs. Hyde, who resides on Mountain Drive, states that she has thesame trouble :
Mrs. Blair referred to certain codes and quoted that the right of water runs with the land.
She fel.t that the Montecito County Water District doesn't own it. They are only appropriators of it.
It is inequitable for the District Board of Directors to give out certain allotments of water, and refei:red
to the Casa Dorinda project. They had not been paying water taxes in the whole history.of the land.
Then they came in afte.r the moratorium was in effect. This was allowed because they had a lot of money
invested but she also has a lot of money invested in her property. She felt that if certain conditions
were .put in, ~he should be al lowed a lot split to be created because if people buy property, they would
have to be aware .of the conditions .
Supervisor Frost indicated his sympathy with Mrs. Blair's problem. He stated again that
the' burden is on Mrs . Blair to prove that the well will produce and be of benefit and that the County
Health Department is sati sfie9 with the percolation or perfoi:mance test.
There.being no further appearances or writ.ten statements submitted foi: or against subject
proposal; 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the appeal of H. R. Kemm and Jean Blair from Planning Commission decision to deny
request foi: Lot Split#11 '.,868, Summerland area, First District (Assessor's Parcel No. s-340-0S? zohed
20-R-1-0,' located contiguous to the north side of Serena Avenue, approximately 900' feet east of Toro
Canyon and Serena Avenue be, and the same is hereby, denied.
RE: Presentation of Mr . . Helmer Christianson on Problems of Building Due to Montecito County
Water. District.
Mr . . Helmer Christianson of 5.75Ashley Road, fv\ontecito, gave his opinion about the Montecito
County Water. District, particularly with refei:ence to the moratorium on building houses as being arbitrary.
They boug.ht 4-. 691 acres of l~nd about 12'. years .ago from Averi I Brundage and have paid taxes on it ever
si nce.
In the last month, they have had two offe.rs .to buy the land, one a cash offer to preserve
this land. The buyer had a set of plans, although not approved by the County yet, and he went to the
Water District. He was told about the moratorium and could not build.
There is a meter in the front of the property on County right of way . The high pressure
would cover all the acreage. All the pipe is on the property, and it has been used for 12years.
He can't sell this property because of this very tight, inflexible, ruthless provision that
there .is exp I icit comp I iance with the moratorium . The buyer wants it very badly and the land and water
is there. He is a retired man of 1s;years and he needs the.money. The ordinance on the moratorium
of the District is capricious, thoughtless, and not right : He attended the last District meeting for the
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first time. One appeal was withdrawn, 6 were denied, and one was granted. This one wanted to plant
lemon trees on his property to produce some income so the Board considered this a situation where a
man needs income and should be allowed to plant 120 trees. Why can't this Board allow him, or the
purchaser, to put a house on the property? He said they are selling the property for less than they
paid for it because this Board has not enforced the zoning laws on Ashley Road. There is still a tenement
house across the road and another single family dwelling that have on every Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday, 7 garbage cans out there; so something is wrong.
He feels that the Board and County Counsel have not done anything. Before, the deputy
said this is in violation and wrote the owner the cease and desist order but no legal action was taken.
He felt he should bring suit against the County for non-enforcement of the zoning laws.
He had received a letter from County Counsel which said his deputy was wrong, and no
action was to be taken. He is selling his property for about $2'0,000'.00' less than what it is worth. This
is beautiful property with trees. His family live in a single farnily dwelling adjacent to it with a well- 
kept garden, and have good neighbors. But these two citizens have loused up the neighborhood and
property f rQnts .
He may file suit against the Montecito County Water District for confiscating his property,
as he still has to pay taxes on it .
A statement was made that in November there will be an election with 3 vacancies on the
District Board and a change in the Board might make a change in the policy about water.
Mr. Christianson said that if there is a real water shortage, he can understand rationing.
But there is more water in our dams today than all the time he has lived in Montecito.
He said he could not understand the attitude of the County Counsel when his own deputy
said there was no violation of the law. He was satisfied with the investigation by the zoning investigator -:
he is a very good, dedicated employee and did a fine job.
Supervisor Frost asked Mr. Christiansen to come into his office immediately fol lowing the
adjournment of toe meeting.
Upon motion the Board adjourned sine die.
The for:egoing Minutes are hereby approved.
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CIS .H. BEATTIE, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
ATTEST:
J . E. LEWIS County Clerk
By~-~ J
HOWARD'C. MEN:ZEL .
Assistant County Clerk

Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, September 24, 1973, at 9: 30 o'clock, a'.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, Francis H.

Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J.E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair

Invocation was given by Howard C. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, fol lowed by the Pledge
of Allegiance.

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September 24. 1973 
RE: Approval of Minutes of September 17, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered.that the reading of the minutes of September 11,: 1973' meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for General Plan Amendment (73-GP-15) to Change
the Land Use Designation from a Residential at a Density of 10,000' to 19,999 sq. ft. per family to Highway
Strip Commercial or such other General Plan Land Use Designation to Al low a Neighborhood Market and
a Gasoline Pump Proposed as per Francis E. McFall (73-RZ-14) (73'-V-40) for Proper.ty Known as 140 Foster
Road, Orcutt Area, Fifth Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 15, 1973at 2 o'clock, p .m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the date
and time for a public hearing on the recommendation of the Planning Commission for a General Plan Amendment
(73-GP-15) to change the land use designation from a Residential at a density of 10,000' to 19,999 sq. ft.
per family to Highway Strip Commercial or such other General Plan land use designation that would allow
a neighborhood market and a gasoline pump proposed as per Francis E. McFall rezoning request (73-RZ-
14) (73-V-40) for property located on the south side of Foster Road approximately 1 oo feet easterly from
Orcutt Road, and known as 140-. Foster Road, Orcutt Area, Fifth District; per Planning Commission Resolution
No. 73,101; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Maria Times, a newspaper of general
circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for an Amendment (12:.GP-27) to the Amended General
Plan for:- the Montecito-:Summerland-Carpinteria Area (GP-28) to Change the La'nd use Designation from
"Mountainous Area" to "Mountainous Area (MA- 40) 11 and/or "Mountainous Area (MA-1 oo')" on land in the
Montecito Area presently zohed 40-E-1 and 1oo~E-1 under provisions of Ordinance No. 453, for Property
generally located northerly of the Proposed U. S. Forest Service Ownership/Jurisdictional boundary line,
and Extend Northerly, Easterly, and Westerly to the Ordinance No. 453 Boundary, First Supervisorial
District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 15, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p. m . be, and the same is hereby, set as the date
and time for a public hearing on the recommendation of the Planning Commission for an amendment (72-
GP-27) to the Amended General Plan for the Montecito-Sur'nmerland-Carpinteria Area (GP-28) to change
the land use designation from "Mountainous Area" to "Mountainous Area (MA-40)" and/or "Mountainous
Area (MA-100) 11 on land in the Montecito Area presently zohed 40 . E- 1 and 100-E-1 under provisions of
Ordinance No. 453, for properties which are generally located northerly of the proposed U. S. Forest
Service ownership/jurisdictional boundary I ine, and extend northerly, easterly, and westerly to the Ordinanc
No. 453 boundary, First Supervisorial District; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73:102; and
that notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation,
as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for the Application of an Asphalt Concrete Overlay
on Various North County Roads, Miscellaneous Curb, Gutter & Driveway Repair in Vandenberg Village,
Santa Barbara County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Director of Transportation for the application
of an asphalt concrete overlay on various North County Roads, miscellanious curb, gutter and driveway
repair in Vandenberg Village, Santa Barbara County, California be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, October 11., 1973 at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same
is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice be
given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows,
to-wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Clerk - Board of Supervisors, County
Administration Building, Santa Barbara, California, until 3: oo p.m. on the 11th day of October, 1973,
or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California. Bids
will then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor of the
County Administration Building located on the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read aloud
on said day at said place on or about said time for:


APPLICATION OF
ASPHALT CONCRETE OVERLAY
ON
VARIOUS NORTH coUNTY ROADS
Misc. Curb, Gutter & Driveway
Repair in VANDENBERG Vl'LL:.AGE
,
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September 24, 1973. 
Bids are .required for the entire work described therein. Plans, specifications and proposal
forms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Office of the.Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, specific.ations and proposal forms for bidding
may be purchased therefrom for FOUR DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not to be refunded.
No bid wil I be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein referred to. Pursuant
to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California (Amended by Statutes
1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 19.69) the Board of Supervisors of the County of
Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy of the same
being on file at the Office of the'Clerk of the Board.of Su'pervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in
the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total of the bid; made payable to the County of Santa Barbara
as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, wi 11 enter into a contract for the performance
thereof satisfactory to said Board.of Supervisors .
The successful bidder shal I be required to guarantee the performance of this contract
by a "Fa ithfu I Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and
a "Contractor's Bond" in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or al I bids, and to waive technical
errors .and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 .of the Business and Professions Code.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal
examination of the location of the proposed work.and by such other means as they prefer as to the
actual conditions and requirements of the work, and shal I not at any time after submission of the bid,
dispute, complain, or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount
of work to be done."
By order of the Board.of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara; made this 27t.h day of September,
1973 .
J.E. LEWIS
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
By HOWARD C. 'MENZEL (SEAL)
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Erosion Control Construction Along a Portion
of Vandenberg Road, Approximately 1 .4 Miles Southwest of Interchange of Vandenberg Road and State
Highway 1,' Job No. 4077,. 1 .'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the plans and specifications submitted by the Director of Transportation for erosion
control construction along a portion of Vandenberg Road, approximately 1.4 miles southwest of Interchange
of Vandenberg Road and State Highway 1, .Job No. 4077  1, Santa Barbara County, California, be,
and the same are hereby, approved .
It is further ordered that Thursday I October 11, 1973,' at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the
same is hereby , set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice
be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as
fol lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Clerk - Board of Supervisors, County
Administration Bui I ding, Santa Barbara , California, unti I 3: oo p. m. on the 11th day of October, 1973,
or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California. Bids
will then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Confer:-ence Room on the Fourth Floor of the
County Administration Building located on the Corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read aloud
on said day at said place on or about said time for:
EROSION CONTROL CONSTRUCTION
ALONG A PORTION OF
VANDENBERG ROAD
Approx. 1.4 miles SW of Interchange
of Vandenbe'rg Road and State Highway 1
Job No. 4077 .1 .
Bids are .required for the entire work.described therein. Plans, specifications and proposal
forms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Office of the Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, cross sections, specifications and proposal
forms for:- bidding may be purchased therefrom for FIVE DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not
to be refunded. No bid will be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein
referred to. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773' of the Labor Code of the State of California



September 24) . 1973 
(Amended by Statutes 1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, .operative July 1, 1969) the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy
of the same being on file at the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in the
amount of ten percent (10%) of the total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara as a
guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, will enter into a contract for the performance thereof
satisfactory to said Board of Supervisors.
The successful bidder shall be required to guarantee the performance of this contract by
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a "Faithful. Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and a "Contractor'
Bond" in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid .
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or al I bids, and to waive technical
errors.and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal examination
of the location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the actual conditions
and requirements of the work, and shall not at any time after submission of the bid, dispute, complain,
or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount of work to be done."
By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 24th day of September,
1973."
J. E. LEWIS
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors .
By HOWARD c. "MENZEL.:  (SEAL).
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Contruction of Drainage Improvements on San Milano
Drive (Vicinity of San Pesaro Dr.), Job No. 31 01 -.2 . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Director of Transportation for construction
of drainage improvements on San Mi la no Drive (vicinity of San Pesaro Dr.), Job No. 31 01 . 2 ,'Santa Barbara
County, California be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, October 11 , ". 1973 at 3 o'clock, p. m . be, and the same
is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice be given
by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, towit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Clerk -Board of Supervisors, County
Administration Building, Santa Barbara, California, until 3: oop.m. on the 11th day of October, 1973.,
or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California. Bids will
then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor of the County
Administration Building located on the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read aloud on said
day at said place on or about said time for:
CONSTRUCTION OF
DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS
ON
SAN "MILANO "DRIVE
(Vicinity of San Pesaro.Dr.)
Job No. 31 01 .2
Bids are .required for the entire work described therein. Plans, specifications and proposal
for:ms for biddirig on said work may be obtained only at the Office of the Director of Transportation,
County .Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, Specifications and proposal forms for bidding
may be purchased therefrom for FOUR DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not to be refunded. No
bid will be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein referred to . Pursuant
to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California (Amended by Statutes 1968,
Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 1969) the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara
has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy of the same being on file at the
Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in the
amount of ten percent (10%') of the total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara as a
guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, wil I enter into a contract for the performance thereof
satisfactory. to said Board of Supervisors.
September 24, 1973 
The successful bidder shall be required to guarantee the performance of this contract by
a "Faithful Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%' of the contract bid, and a "Contractor's
Bond" in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or al I bids, and to waive technical
errors .and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public inter.est.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTlONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders.must satisfy themselves by personal examination
of the location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the actual conditions
and requirements of the work, and shal l not at any time after submission of the bid, d ispute, complain,
or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount of work to be done. 11
By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 24th day of September,
1973 
J.E. LEWIS
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
By HOWARD c. MENZEL (SEAL) .
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Resolution Rescinding Resolution No. 73-598 Establishing "No Parking Zones" Between
7:00 A.M. and 7: 00 P.M. on Portions of State Street, Third Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.628
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing "No Parking Zones" On Portions of State Street, Second Supervisorial
District, Between the Hours of 7: 00 A. M. and 7: 00 P. M.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in , seconded by Supervisor Slater and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.629
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Right of Way Contract between the County of Santa Barbara and Robert B .
Wallace et ux; and Acceptance of Right of Way Grant for Consideration of $100. 00' for Construction of
Orcutt Road, Fifth Supervisorial District (Job No. 5018. 2).
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Right of Way Contract, dated September 24, 1973:, between the County of Santa Barbara and Robert
B. Wallace and Mabel M. Wallace for additional right of way needed for the construction of Orcutt Road,
Job No. 5018-.2, Fifth Supervisorial District; and that the Grant Deed, dated September 28, . 1973:, from
Robert B. Wal lace and Mable M. Wal lace on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, accepted
by the County of Santa Barbara.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to
record subject Right of Way Grant in the Office of the Santa Barbara County Recorder.
It is further ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to draw a warrant on Road Fund 4510/7970 in the amount of $1 .00. 00 made payable to Robert B.
Wallace and Mable M. Wallace as payment for the land required.
RE: Recommendation of the Director of Transportation for Approval of Request of the El I wood
School for Permission to have Portions of Hollister Avenue Temporarily Closed on October 31 ,  1973 
between 1: 00 p .m. and 2: oo p.m. for Parade Purposes.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Transportation for approval of request
of the Ellwood School for permission to temporarily close portions of Hollister Avenue, which would
be across Hollister from the El I wood School to Pebble Beach Drive and on the return back to the
school from Santa Barbara Shores, along Holli ster Avenue to the School, on October 31, 1973, between
1:00 p.m. and 2:00' p.m. for parade purposes be, and the same is hereby, confirmed .
The Califor:-nia Highway Patrol has indicated its willingness to cooperate with the School
by providing personnel to assist in the crossing of Hollister Avenue, which assistance would be
excluded in the event of an emergency.
 
 

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RE : Recommendation of Director of Transportation for Approval of Request of the Isla Vista
Municipal Advisory. Council for Permission to Temporarily Close Certain Streets for Festival and
Parade Purposes.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Transportation for approval of the request
of t.he Is la Vista Municipal Advisory Counci l for permission to temporarily c lose the' certain streets
for festival and parade purposes on the fol lowing dates and times be, and the same is hereby, confirmed:
28,
a)
1973,' from
Close Madrid, between Embarcadero Del Mar and Embarcadero Del Norte on September
2:00 'p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on September 30", 1973: for festival multiple purposes.
b) Close Parda I I Road from the west boundary. of the University of California to Camino
Pescadero; Camino Pescadero .between Pardall and Sabado Tarde; Sabado Tarde between Camino
Pescadero and El Embarcadero; El Embarcadero between Sabado Tarde and Embarcadero Del Norte;
Embarcadero Del Norte between El Embarcadero and Madrid; Embarcadero Del Mar between Madrid
Road and Trigo Road on September 29, 1973, between 10:00 a.m. and 11:30' a.m. for parade purposes.
All roads should be cleared of a ll obstructions and debris prior to 1o:oo a.m. on Monday,
October 1, . 1973. 
Barricades may be obtained from the County Road Yard at 4415 Cathedral Oaks Road
after noon on Friday, September 28 and must be returned as near 8: 00 a. m. as possible on October
1 , . 1973 . "
RE: Publication of General Prevailing Wage Rates, Pursuant to Provisions of Section 1773 '.
of the Labor Code of State of California (Amended by Statutes 19'68 Chapter 679, Par. 1, operative
July 1,'. 19.69) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Execution of Advertising Contract, FY .1973,.74., between the County of Santa Barbara
and the Santa .Barbara County Fair, 37th District Agricultural Association, for an amount not to
Exceed $2, 700'. 00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-630
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Release of Al I County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting
from Vehicu lar Accident, .in the Amount of $1 '9  SS.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute a Release of al I County claims for damages to County property resulting from a vehicular
accident, as fol.lows:
Royal Agnoli (aka Angelo Murgia) - for accident on August
20, 1973 on Hollister Avenue, in the amount of $1'9.55.
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and
he is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in ful I settlement therefor to
the Road Fund .
RE: Resolution Declaring the Existence of a Local Emergency.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catter l in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimous! ,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73  631 
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Request of Administrative Officer for Waiver of Street Lighting Requirements for Lot
Split #11., 887," Fifth Supervisorial District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimous! ,
it is ordered that the request of the Administrative Offic.er for waiver of the streetlighting provisions
as contained in County street lighting Resolution No. 69'-50i7 ', : for: Lot Split #11 ','887, : Fifth Supervisorial
District be, and the same is hereby, approved; it having been determined that the installation of

September 24,  1973 ~ 
street lights in that area, at this
pattern for street lighting.
time, would not be in keeping with .the established neighborhood
RE: Recommendation of the Planning Director for: Refund of fee Paid by Robert A. Warren,
in Connection with Conditional Use Permit Application, Case No. 73. .: cP-671
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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Director for refund of $7'5-. oo fee paid by
Robert A. Warren on August 2, 1973; Receipt No. X096674',: in connection with Conditional Use Permit
application, Case No. 73~P-67 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed; on the basis that no direct
cost of processing was involved .
RE: Recommendation of the Planning Director for Refund of Fee Paid by Walter Crane, Representative
of Shell Oil Company in Connection with Development Plan, Case No. 73,DP-14.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Director for refund or $2'5. oo fee paid on
July 25, 1973 ~ Receipt No. X096651J,: be Walter Crane, representative of Shell Oil Company be, and
the same is hereby, confir.med; on the basis that it had been erroniously determined the property
was zoned 10,-R-1-PC and the requested entitlement required Planning Commission approval. However,
subsequent to filing, it was discovered the property is actually zoned CH (Highway Commercial)
and can be approved at staff level without a filing fee .
Behalf of th
RE: Recommendation from the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for Denial of Claim of 6arbara A. Rogers.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance
Carrier for denial of claim of Barbara A. Rogers be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Resolution Authorizing the County Clerk to Canvass Returns of Special State Election,
November 6, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, ~nd carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-631
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES) ' r- -,--.
RE: Certificate & Request for Appointment of Districts (18) Directors in Lieu of Election,
Pursuant to Section 23520 of the Uniform District Election Law.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, approved.
RE: Filing by County Clerk, Elections, of Canvass and Statement of Result of the Santa
Y~ez Valley Union High School District Bond Election, September 11., . 1973'. '.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, . and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Canvass and Statement of Result of the Santa Ynez Valley Union High School
District Bond Election, September 11, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, placed on file as requested
by the County Clerk, Elections.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $2'0, 000'. oo Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings, Frank and Hewitt Industrial Bldg, Case No. 73-DP-1 s.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond in
the amount of $2'0, ooo. oo for landscaping and irrigation systems for Frank and Hewitt Industrial
Bldg, Assessor's Parcel No. 71-2031:os, -06', - 07', . and -08 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed .
RE: Request of Purchasing Agent for Permission to Dispose of Medical and Laboratory Equipment
by Public Bid Sale.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the request from the Purchasing Agent to dispose of Medical and Laboratory Equip-
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ment by Public Bid Sale, pursuant to Santa Barbara County Code, Section 2-47 be, and the same
is hereby, ~pproved; as the equipment is no longer required by the Santa Barbara General Hospital.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following claims filed against the County for alleged damages be, and the
same is hereby, referred to County Counsel, Director of Special Services and the Insurance Carrier:
RE:
Bonds.
a) James A. Davis - $87 .'19
b) John Francis Donovan - $21. 00' 
c) Gloria Sosa, Julio Sosa, Dolores Sosa Gaitan, John Sosa,
Robert Sosa, Julio Sosa, Jr. and Michael Sosa - $250,000.oo. 
Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Riders to Oil Drilling
Pursuant to the recommendation of the County Petroleum Administrator, and in accordance
with the provisions of Ordinance No. 1927;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following riders to oil drilling bonds be, and the same are hereby, approved:
RE:
Union Oil Company - United Pacific Indemnity Co., for Bond No. 31 .1067, covering well
"Jim Hopkins 62-1 ", County Permit No. 38.55. 
Continental. Oil Company - Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company, for Bond No. 3507930, '
covering well "Kemp 10!'', County Permit No. 38.56 
Release of Rider to Oil Drilling Bond.
Pursuant to the request of the County Petroluem Administrator, and in accordance with
the provisions contained in Ordinance No. 1927; 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the following rider to oil drilling bond be, and the same is hereby, released
as to all future . acts and conditions:
Union Oil Company - United Pacific Insurance Company, for Bond No. 311067, covering
well "SMVU Jim O'Donnell #1, County Permit No. 182.
RE: Reports and Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the fol lowing reports and communications be, and the same are hereby, placed on
file:
a) Administrative Officer Travel Report Summary, August, 1973'. .
b) S. B. County Law Library Annual Report, 1972-73 .'
c) Director, Air Pollution Control District Monthly Progress Report, August, 1973 .'
d) PUC notice from Southern Pacific Transportation Co. of intention to reduce agency
station of Goleta, to non-agency status, effective October 15, 1973.'
e) State Board of Equalization Statement of 1%. Local Tax Distribution, 9/13/7~,  $251,907.03~ 
and Distribution for Deposit in Local Transportation Fund, $2.12,840. 07.
RE: Coordinator for the Tour de Santa Ynez Valley for Permission to Hold Bicycle Race in the
Los Olivos-Ballard Area on Sunday, October 7, 1973
The written request states that the Pasadena Athletic Association and the Solvang Business
Association are the two sponsors of this race which has been held on the same course for the past 1 o 
years. It is sanctioned by the Amateur Bicycle League of America and the Southern California Cycle
Association.
Leland R. Steward, Director of Transportation, explained what would be involved as far
as the County is concerned with patrolling by the Sheriff's Department, etc. County Counsel indicated
that this should be permissible, as there is always the possibility of liability on County roads, but historically
the calculated risk would be minimal.
Mr. Webb stated that the Southern California Cycle Association has $1, 000, 000'. 00 liability
insurance and they will assume full financial responsibility. It was suggested that, if approved, a condition
be added that the County of Santa Barbara be included as co-insured in the policy.
0 7 ( September 24, 1973. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered 'that subject request be, and thesame rs hereby approved, Sfubject to making the.County
of Santa Barbara as co-insured in insurance pol icy hereinabove-referred to.
It is further ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Director .
of Transportation for fur:-ther details.
RE: Report and Recommendation of the Judicial Review Committee, Santa Maria Hospital , for
Denial of Appeal on Application of Dr. Alexander Zuckerbraun's Request for Major Surgery.Privileges.
The Santa Maria Hospital Administrator subniitted subject report and recommendation which
was dated September 12 , 1973:
Dr . Alexander Zuckerbraun Ph. D. , M. D. of Santa Maria, transmitted by Certified Mai I,
a formal appeal letter dated September 18, 1973 requesting further consideration of his appeal by this
Board of Supervisors.
He had been advised by the Judicial Review Committee that he could file this appeal with
the Board within 1 O.days of the Committee's report. It was received and filed with the Clerk on September
19, 1973.".
The County Counsel explained the appeals procedure under the by-laws of Santa Maria
Hospital as adopted by this Board of Supervisors. However, he needed more information to comment
on an appeal from that determination. The Board would have the option of adopting an appeals board,
hearing the matter itself, or possibly reappointing Attorney John Hass as Hearing Officer, since the
Board authorized the appointment of Attorney Hass to same on June 25, 1973 on the request of the Santa
Maria Hospital Administrator . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter of the- new formal appeal procedure be, and the same is hereby, referred
to County .Counsel for further study.
RE: Ordinance No. 2480 - An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara Amending Sections Nos.
008', 068,  0691and 070 of Ordinances Nos. 2445-.and 2447,' as Amended, being the.Salary Ordinances of
the County of Santa Barbara. (Park Department, Effective November 5, 1973,  Retitling Positions of
Park Foreman II to Park.Superintendent (Parks), Park Foreman II to Park Superintendent (Cachuma),
and Grounds Foreman II to Grounds Superintendent (Open Space))
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisdor Slater, .and carried unanimously ,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2480 of the County of Santa Barbara entitled "An Ordinance
of the County of Santa Barbara Amending Sections Nos. 008',  068; 069 and 070'. of Ordinances Nos. 244'5
and 2447., as Amended , being the Salary Ordinances ,of the County of Santa Barbara. 11

Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J . Frost, Charles F . Catterlin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: None

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RE: Report and Recommendation from Assistant County Surveyor and Planning Commission to
Name Easterly Portion of Certain Road Known as 11Waynt Road", Montecito, First District (72-RN-6).
Leland R. Steward, . Director. of Transportatjon, reported that the Board of Supervisors
had received subject request earlier, which was processed through the Planning Commission for the
road which is located eastand West in Montecito between Olive Mill Road and San Ysidro Road, and midway
between the freeway, U. S. 101, and East Valley Road. The road was not opened as a County road prior
to an approved subdivision #11, 499, but all of the right of way has been acquired.
Reference was made to the Planning Commission recommendation from its meeting of August
30, 1972to name this road "Wyant" Road". When referred to the County Road Commissioner and Assistant
County Surveyor, there seemed to be confusion created in the wording of the recommendation . Then
the subdivision map came up, was filed, and the final map was approved. The colored portion of the
screen transparency shows the name of "Dorinda Lane" on the map.
Therefore, there are three names for the road in the area being considered alike: "Wyant
Road", ''.Dorinda Lane" and "Marcia Lane" . San Ysidro .Road had been used as the address.
Mr. Steward said it should be named "Dorinda Lane" as it was contained in the final map,
which was recommended as such. There is confusion, at present, because some of the people had all
their magazine addresses changed in accordance with the letter sent out by the Planning Department,
pursuant to the Assistant County Surveyor's recommendation in July.
It was pointed out that, if a name other than "Dorinda Lane" is desired, then the required
noticed public hearings must be held and the proper procedure fol lowed. However, if the Board decides,
today, to select "Dorinda Lane" , a minute order would be sufficient.
September 24,-. 1973. 
Reference was made to a copy of a communication directed to the Planning Commission,
dated August 27, 1973 from Mr. Raymond L. Wyant concerning the Planning Commission's recommendation
that the road be named 11Wyant Road11  It was his understanding that the Board of Supervisors, on September
11, .1972, accepted the recommendation and so notified the departmental offices, including Mr. Wyant.
On July 26, 1973, a member of the Planning Department named the road 11Dorinda Lane11 and he requested
clarification of this matter .
Reference was made to a report from the Assistant County Surveyor, which followed along
the lines of explanation by the Director of Transportation. It was specified in the Planning Commission
minutes of its meeting of August 30, 1972, '. that the road was being named after Louis Wyant, deceased.
Tract #11,499 was approved by the Board on November 21, . 1972', naming the easterly 1040-. 
ft. of said road 11Dorinda Lane11  The Improvement Plan for #11 ',499'filed in the Department of Transportation,
show the the road as being named 11Marcia Lahe11

In order to clarify the situation the County Surveyor concurrs with the Planning Commission
recommendation to name said road 11Wyant Road11 , with the intent that all of s.aid road will be so named.
Supervisor Frost referred to the minute order of the Board.of Supervisors meeting of September
11 , 1972., which did not actually name it; it was only a recommendation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to Supervisor Frost to communicate
with the eight property owners affected and report back to the Board on October 1, 1973. 

RE: Discussion of Establishment and Appointment of 3-Man Assessment Appeals Board to Conduct
County Board of E.qualization Hearings in Lieu of the Board of Supervisors .
Supervisor Tunnell opened the discussion on subject matter, .and afte.r having seen the
report sent out by the Assessor about the extra large number of appeal applications that have been filed,
approximately 687, : with hearings schedul eel to commence October 2,  1973, he felt the Board should consider
exercising this option to appoint this board as pursuant to the law. The law specifies that salaries should
be paid and while there will be some expense involved, the costs would be justified on the' basis of the
magnitude of the job to be accomplished.
This Board would find this very difficult, tedious task to accomplish this year because
of increasing demands on them to carry out the functions of County government.
If the rest of the Board members feel they can find time to participate on a regular basis,
he would be willing to undertake the job. It would involve attendance of at least two days each week
for:- a number of vveeks, but the Board should not start this job if there will be the problem of gaining
a quorum at each session, due to other pressing County duties, which might suffer.
If the Board proceeds to act and sit as the Board.of Equalization, Supervisor Tunnell said
he spends at least several days in his Santa Maria office to try to keep regular hours and he would be
for:ced to eliminate this. He is sure the others would have the same problem.
The County Counsel read from the Code Section as to the prerequisites in selecting the

individuals to serve on such a Board, such as a requirement of 5 years of professional experience in
this State; a Certified Public Accountant or Public Accountant; a licensed Real Estate Broker; an Attorney;
a Property Appraiser or a person selected by the Board who is thought to be capable and have the required
expertise and competent knowlege which is very important in this type of matter.
The fol lowing estimate was given at the request of Supervisor Catterl in as to the estimated
cost to establish and operate this type of board in lieu of the Board of Supervisors:
If they conduct hearings at least two days per week for 20 weeks it would cost $300. 00 per
day, $600 . 00 per week and a total of $12,000.00 for the 20 weeks, and it may even go over 20 weeks
before they would be through with their hearings.
Supervisor Tunnell also pointed out that many of the larger counties have gone this route
and half o.r more of the moderate or medium sized counties, such as Santa Barbara, have also done so.
At this point, Wayne Barbarick pointed out that in this discussion, he realizes this is a
good reason to make the job of the members of the Board.of Supervisors full time and make their salary
commensurate at the rate of $2s,ooo.ooper annum instead of appointing a 3-inan appeals board.
However, Chairman Beattie pointed out that the Board members are overly committed to
serve on various committees and commissions. Mr. Barbarick said that the job of the Supervisors then,
is a ful.1-time job and they should have a salary commensurate with it.
Supervisor Tunnell indicated that if the Board is desirous of selecting such a Board, it
could be selected along the lines of one member from the south coastal area, one from the central area
and one from the north area and they would be the people who would have the required expertise to
carry out their duties in serving as a Board of Equalization .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
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September24, 1973 
the Board passed and adopted the following resolution relative to the Board's intention to establish and
appoint a 3-man Assessment Appeals Board to sit as a Santa Barbara .County Board.of Equalization in
lieu of the members .of the County Board of Supervisors:
Resolution No. 73-'637
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
(Taken Out of Order)
It is fui:-ther ordered that the County Counsel be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to prepare the necessary.enabling County ordinance to create the Santa Barbara .County 3-'man Assessment
Appeals Board, sitting as a Board of Equalization in lieu of the Board of Supervisors for submission
to the Board on October 1 , 1973 . 

RE: Communication from Supervisor Slater on the Request of Mrs. Vivian Obern to Present
to the Board a Proposed Plan for Establishrrient of a Coastal. Ridir11g, Hiking and Bike Trail System to
Become a Part of State-wide Coastal Trai I System.
Mrs. Obern appeared on subject matter and requested the ' Board~s endorsement of this concept.
She also requested assistance in the revision of two maps. One is of County master plan riding and
hiking element and the other is a triple trails proposal. Supervisor Slater made a motion to adopt the
resolution to endorse subject proposal, but failed for lack of a second.
Mrs. Obern stated that she would like to have accomplished today, permission for the Planning
Department to revise these two maps as they were not accurate enough for definitive distances. The
Planning Department did not feel they could revise these maps without the Board's approval.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 9, 1973 and referred
to the Planning Department fol'.' revision of the two maps hereinabove-refef'.'red to.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Revised Tentative Map of Tract #11, 73'0'.'
(Hastings Harcourt, Flag-is-Up Farm), Ballard Area, Third District .
Michael Wheelwright representing the Citizen's Planning Association of Santa Barbara .County,
Inc., as a member of its Board of Directors, made a presentation on subject matter in objection to this
particular tentative map.
There are two items they cannot reconcile, because of the fac;t that they are against urbanization
in an agriculture zohed area. Anything else is a bad plan in principle. They are also aware of the
traffic and service required for a subdivision or development of this type. Secondly, the Board should
also consider air pollution in the area due to the inversion in the air .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 15, 1973, as requested
by Attorney Stanley C . Hatch, on behalf of the applicant.
RE: Report Relative to Composition of Rules and Regulations Committee of the Santa Barbara
County Air Pollution Control District.
The fol.lowing communications were received by the Board and read by the Clerk:
The Assistant County Clerk submitted the report dated September 24,  1973 on the fol lowing
responses from the present members of the Rules and Regulations Committee of the Air Pollution Control
District, who were requested to submit their letter.s .by September 15., 1973: 
Montecito Fire Protection District - In favor of retaining Heber 0. Wilson, Fire Marshal.
This was fil~d with the Board on September 4, 1973 .
The Agricultural Commissioner - In favor of being reta ined. This was filed with the Board
at the September 11, 1973 meeting.
League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara, Inc. - In favor of retaining Mrs. George (Joan)
Kerns. This was filed with the Board at the September 11, 1973' ineeting.
Santa Barbara County Farm Bureau - In favor of retain ing Mr. Wil liam Laranjo , This was
filed with the Board at the September 11, 1973' ineeting.
County Health Officer - In favor of retaining Mr . . Edward L. Everett, Director of Environmental
Health to represent the County Health Department and replace Mr. Alfr~d Engle; who has -recently retired
from County Service.
The Administrative Officer, under date of September 7," 1973 ~recommendation that the Committee
be modified from the original Committee consisting of 21 members, to 13' inembe.rs, as follows:
September 24, 1973. 
County .Fire .Department "
County Farm Bureau
County Health Department
City of Santa Barbara
City of Carpinteria
City of Lompoc
City of Guadalupe
County Farm and Home Advisor
County Medical Society
League of Women Voters
Tuberculosis and Health Assn.
County Petroleum Department
City of S.anta Maria
It was pointed out that these representatives are already on the Committee, with the exception
of the Petroleum Administrator. Also, the Agricultural Commissioner was not included in this list.
justification was given by Mr. Johnson, the Administrative Officer, for the reduction in the size of the
members of this Committee.
Supervisor Tunnell asked about the need for: such a committee to continue on an ongoing
basis. The Administrative Officer replied that this is a County-wide district and control of air pollution
matters involve cities. There are two air basins to be considered to provide for better coordination
with the cities as a County-wide committee.
Supervisor Tunnel I felt that there is not sufficient justific.ation for: the continuance of the
Committee as an ongoing activity. The Committee was originally established to draft the rules and regulations
and this has been done.
The County Counsel reported that it would take more than a resolution to abolish the Committee,
butit is not in the State law -it may be permissive.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer and
County Counsel for study and report back on October 9, 1973 as to whether or not the subject committee
is a mandated matter and whether the duties of the members on such Committee are defined in the State
law.
RE: Proposed Resolution from the Administrative Officer Designating Management and Confidential
Employees.
The Clerk read the covesr letter dated September 19, .1.973". accompanied by the proposed
resolution submitted by the Administrative Officer, designating management and confid.ential employees
as defined by and provided for in employer-employee resolution No. 73:--s 81 .
It was stated that the employer-employee relations pol icy, recently adopted by the Board,
defines both .confidential and management employees and provides, that pursuant to that definition, the
Board designates such employees. The authority for such designation, as contained in Government
Code Section 3501. 5, was recited.
Based on the definitions as spelled out in the Administrative Officer's letter of recommendation,
the attached management classification list (appendix "A") for department heads who are not elected
officials, management classifications for assistant department heads and other management classes and
confid.ential positions (Appendix "B") spelled out-those positions that would be involved.
The Clerk also read a communication from Zack L. Stringer, General Manager of the Santa
Barbara County Employee's Association, Inc., dated September 24,  1973., which is directed to the Board
on subject matter.
The Association contends that the designated list of management and confidential employees
presented by the Administrative Officer, is unreasonable for it is much too broad. It will breed distrust
among employees, cause confusion, inhibit "full communication" and facilitate fragmentation. Therefore,
it can not be reconciled with either the Board's employer-employee relations policy or the State Government
Code (Chapter 35'00) '.
This will result in making the County employer-employee policy a system designed to control,
rather than a mechanism for problem solvrng, and the County, as wel I as the Employee's Association,
wi 11 be the losers.
A suggestion was made to adopt the definitions of management and confidential employees,
as used by the State of New Yo.rk for its public employees, which is much more sophisticated and appropriate.
It is believed that this definition resembles a more realistic definition for the purposes of collective bargaining.
Attached to the letter from the Association was a copy of the SBCEA's fringe benefit edition of May, 1973,
relative to the situation.
In reply to an inquiry from Supervisor Frost regarding specific positions, Mr. Stringer
replied that the only people in County management that can be classified as such, are the.five Supervisors,
the Administrative Officer and the Personnel Officer. Also, the person who' has the employer-employee
relations position. These persons would meet in the actual "meet and confer" sessions.

September 24, 1973: .
Mr . . Stringer said that this does not necessaril.y pin down department heads. They do not
make policies in relation to employer.:employee matters, but they do establish certain procedures. Departments,
in many instances, are .not aware of what goes on in these "meet and confer" sessions.
The Administrative Officer stated that the best way to define management and confidential
employees is by the title. The proposed resolution submitted by him removes any doubt. It is not necessary
to interpret a definition each time. It was stated that the first level below the assistant is under a management
role and it does not matter that that person is required to attend "meet and confer:" sessions. Mr. Stringer
pointed out again, that the resolution indicating the titles of these positions is much too broad. It will
still not be a problem-solvrng mechanism and it would be an exercise in futility.
Mike Bennett, from the County Fire Department and associated with the local Firefighter's
Union, spoke on the specifics and indicated that the position of Battalion Chief s.hould be removed from
the confidential c lassification list submitted by the Administrative Officer, as the Battalion Chief should
be a supervisory designation and on down to the captains and rank and file.
Supervisor Catterlin was a bit concerned aboutthe extent of going below the assistant department
head level where the people are designated as management. Perhaps it is going too far: below this level .
The Administrative Officer replied that this is the first step below the Assistant Department head. With
regard to removing the Battalion Chief from the list he had provided for: management, the Administrative
Offic.er stated that he cannot conceive of the Battalion Chief being anything else but management. The
I ists were reviewed by all department heads and they refle.ct a consistency that was previously refer:red
to then as division chiefs and they are immediately below the level of assistant iri management.
The Administrative Officer pointed out that this is a very.key person for formulating policy
for the department. Mr. Stringer indicated that this is not entirely correct and Mike Bennett; . mentioned
the interpretation in the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act about a ruling made concerning management being
department only. This County seems to go on the 1968' regulations. Perhaps, we should look into the
future on th rs. He mentioned that there was a real Assistant Chief in the department. Therefore, he
felt that they should designate supervisory employees and keep the other employees, Qf captains and
so forth, as rank and file. Therefore, he requested the Board to withdraw the position of Batta I ion Chief
and put that into the rank and file area as a supervisory unit, and leave the Chief and Assistant Chief
on the management level .
The County Counsel stated that he would not be satisfie.d with the summation of the case
refer:red to by Mr. Bennett. He would request the original material and would; therefore, request a
continuance, especially on a Battalion Chief problem .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, refer:red to the County Counsel, with particular
reference to the legal point brought up by the Firefighter's Union regarding the Battalion Chief and report .
back to the Board on October 9, 1973.
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RE Execution of Medi-Cal Nursing Home Participation Agreement between the County of
Santa Barbara dba Santa Maria Hospital and the State Department of Health to Permit the 'Hospital
to Continue to Receive Medi-Cal Nursing Home Revenues as Required by HEW for the Period of
February 28,  1973. to February. 28,  1974:. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried
unanimously; the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.632A
(ORIGINAL JN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Approve Request for: Out-of-State Travel
for Employees of the Sheriff's Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catter.lin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following request for out-of-State travel on County business be, and the same
is hereby, approved, as recommended by the Administrative Officer:
Robert Norton, Detective, and John Wei Is, Sergeant, to
Denver, Colorado September 30, 1973 through October 4, 1973 to attend meetin of law
enforcement unit, LEIU 1973:Bi-Zone to update the Sheriff's Department in specialized
fields of intelligence. Travel is via air transportation & expenses are . reimburseable
through the organized crime grant.
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Approve Request for: Out-of-State Travel
for John Carpenter, Sheriff.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of Sheriff John W. Carpenter for out-of-State travel on County bu.siness
for a meeting of the National County Workshop on the intake service center-National Association
of Counties-Criminal Justice Project, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana from October 3, J973'. through October
6, 1973 via air transportation be, and the same is hereby, approved, as recommended by the Administrative
Officer.


September 24., . 1973. 
RE: Resolution Authorizing the Execution of q Preliminary Grant Application for Funds for
Assistance with Implementation of Public Services Allocation Study (701-1974-75 funding) (Comprehensive
Planning) for Submission to the Counci I of Intergovernmental Relations, as Recommended by the
Administrative Officer.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted on subject matter:
Resolution No. 73-'633. 
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
 'RE: Report .and Recommendation from Aaministrative Officer Relative to Notice of Extension
of Operational Manpower Planning Grant by U. S. Department of 1,.abor, Manpower Administration.
Reference was made to subject report and recommendation from the Administrative Officer,
dated September 20', ' 1973., on the availability of $2'5.,000'.00 in Manpower Planning Funds for Santa
Barbara .County. The report went into the background regarding Manpower revenue sharing, present
sponsorship of Manpower programs and use of grant funds to permit the County to do advanced
Manpower planning. This wi 11 design the future administration and fiscal organization necessary
to be responsive to the needs of the County as prime sponsor of Manpower programs.
The grant does not require matching funds, and is therefore, a net dollar increase
to the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of t.he Aaministrative Officer that the Board. of Supervisors
submit an expression of i.nterest to the Department of l,.abor on subject matter and authorize. his
offic.e to negotiate the development of an appropriate contract for presentation through the Board
be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
'RE: Report and Recommendation from the Administrative Officer Relative to Hospital Services
Relating to Detoxification Centers.

Refe~ence was made to the Board action taken on September 17, 1973 on adopting Resolution
No. 73,619., strongly urging Governor Reagan to sign Senate Bill 204 regarding State-wide funding
fo~ detoxification centers and to retain the present I eve I of $12' mi 11 ion recommended by the bi 11 .
Supervisor Catterlin read into the record a communication directed to him dated September
20, 1973.,'. from Loran D. Archer, Director of Alcohol Program Management, State Department of
Health and Welfare Agency.
It was indicated that this problem was discussed with the staff of the Department of
Health, who are . responsible for the administration of Short-Doyle regulations. It is clear that
this County . would not be penal i zea by commencing the development of the Alcohol Detoxification
Units, with County or other funds, which might be immediately available.
Although the staff of the Department of Health cannot guarantee that State funds would
be available in fiscal year 1974-75 for the reimbursement of the detoxification programs, it is clear
that such services are reimburseable under Article 1. 5, Part 1 of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institution
Code.
The question of available State funds to reimburse these services, of course, is dependent
upon future actions of the Legislature in the budgeting process and final approval of the Governor.
Mr. Fred Molinare, the County liaison representative from the State Department of Health,
will meet with the staff of the County Mental Health Services to answer any questions concerning
the Short-:Doyle regulations and assistance in the development of the County Alcoholism Plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, filed, at this time.
Reference was made to the study session scheduled for September 25., 1973" at 9: 30 a. m.
in the Board. of Supervisors Hearing Room, to get input on the subject of future County hospital
services and the Administrative Officer gave widespread notification to all interested parties to attend
and give their comments.
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Approve By-laws of County Alcohol ism Advisory
Board ~
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda unti I such
time as SB 204 becomes law, which wi 11 change some of the requirements of subject Advisory Board.
September 24, . 1973. 
RE: Request of legal Aid Foundation for: Appr.oval of Appropriation )n Revenue Sharing Funds .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is .ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda, at the request
of the County Counsel. When the report which he referred to the State Bar has been received,
the contract will be prepared for the Board to consider and execute.
RE: Report frqm Director of Parks on Request of State Department of Fish and Game Relative
to Use of County .Fine Money to Build Covered Boat House at Cachuina Lake, as Recommended by
the County Park Commission.
Subject written report and recommendation was filed with the Clerk that the Board direct
the Park Director to advise the Regional Manager of t_he State Department of Fish and Game that
subject project wi 11 be considered for appropriation in fiscal year 1974,75 budget 'hearings.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried
unanimously, it is ordered that the recommendation contained in subject r.eport as . concurred in by
the County Park Commission at its regular meeting of September 13',' l 973: be, and the same is hereby,
confi r.med .
RE: Report frqm Koebig & Koebig, Inc. on Support Facilities for: Ellwood Pier in Santa .Barba'ra
County and Cost for Rehabilitation.
Subject r.eport,. dated July 12, . 1973'., '. was received by the Board 
The Director of Parks subniitted his report on subject matter and made the following
recommendations:
1) That the Board of Supervisors file subject report
2) That the Board of Supervisors. authorize payment to consultants in the amount of
$5., 000. 00 as specified in the agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Koebig & Koebig,
Inc. of January 30', . 1973.'.
3) ' That the Board. of Supervisors direct the Director of Parks to submit a comprehensive
cost analysis on the Ellwood Pier project, including the cost of I.and acquisition, as soon as current
land appraisals are received and evaluated.
Resolution No. 73. .: 125, dated February. 20,' 1973~ c;iccepted the proposal of the consultants
to ful'.'nish certain engineering services to the County on the' acquisition and development of Ellwood
Pier project . It has been determined that the consultants have complied with the scope of work
described in the agreement and that payment in accordance with the terms of the agreement is warranted.
The total amount of the consultant's invoices total $5, 549. 20,  but since this billing exceeds the'maximum,
the additional charge of $5.49  20 should not be paid.
The staff has determined the total cost of making the Ellwood Pier available and suitable
for public fis.hing, to determine the maximum amount available from State and Federal sources; and
in order that the' County may properly budget its share of costs for: this project, .the land appraisals
currently contracted for must be. received and analyzed. The appraiser advises that this report
wi 11 be filed by the end of September, 1973. 
Staff will submit a comprehensive analysis of the full cost and proposed revenue sources
for this project soon after the land appraisals are received.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations contained in the report of the Director of Parks, as hereinaboveindicated
be, and the same are hereby, confirmed.
It is further ordered that the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to draw a warrant payable to Koebig & Koebig, Incorporated,  in the amount of $5,ooO.OO', '
as specified in the Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Koebig & Koebig, Inc. of
January 30', 1973. 
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-
Weekly Salaried Positions. (Effective September 24, 1973, and Eligible for October 1,' 1973',' Merit
Increases for Various Departments as well as other Personnel Actions).
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73~634
(ORIGINAL 1N PERMANENT FILES)
 September 24  . 1973  8'!1
 R6: Allowance of Positions, Oisallowance of positions, 9nd Fixing of Compensation for Bi-
Weekly Salaried Positions, Public Employment Employees, Effective September 24', . 1973 and Eligibile
October 1, . J 973  
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed' and adopted:
Resolution No. 73.-'634A:
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Request of Chief Probation Offic.er for Approval by the Board of t.he' Dates of November
5 and 6, 1 1973~ to Conduct the Sixth .Annual Santa Barbara. Yo.u tn & Government Confer:ence. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, Qnd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer
and the Chief Probation Officer, inasmuch as there . is a conflict in the dates as November 6, 1973 
is for: a State .election on the tax refoi:m measure, and is considered a holiday.
RE: Resolution of Commendation to Dr. Mi I ton V. Duncan, Santa Barbara County Planning
Commissioner.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, $econded by Supervisor Slater., . 9nd carried unanimously
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73--635.
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Appointment of Or. Charles L  Allen, M. D., as Santa Barbara County Director of Mental 
Health, Effe.c;tive November 1, 1973". 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that Dr. Charles L.  Allen, M. D. be, and he is hereby, appointed as the Santa Barbara
County Director of Mental Health, effective November 1,. 1973:; . at a salary which has been established
in the current salary ordinance of $1 ,44s~ s8 bi- weekly, or the annual equivalent of $37', '663.'00', '
as contained in the report from the Administrative Officer to the Board, dated September 24, 1973.'
 'RE: Selection of Supervisor Frank J. Frost as Board of Supervisor's Representative to Serve
of the' Board of Directors of t.he Southern California Regional Association of County  Supervisors.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Supervisor Frank J. Frost be, and he is hereby, selected as the representative
for: the Santa Barbara County .Board of Supervisors to serve on the Board of Directors . of the Southern
California Regional Association of County Supervisors.
 RE: Protest frqm James L. Free, Jr., Chairman of Alcohol ism Councils of California Pertaining
to Recommendation of County Mental Health Department for Allocation of Funds to National Council
on Alcoholism.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, from the agenda.
RE: Recommendation of Santa Barbara County Coordinating Council for Mental Retardation
Center for Appointment of Dr. Irwin Wapner to Fill a Vacancy on the Area IX Developmental Disabilities
Board.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that Dr . . lrw.in Wapner be, and he i s hereby, appointed to serve on the Area IX Developmen
Disabilities Board for the unexpired term of Mr. Lloyd Monk, resigned, who was appointed on July
1, 1972 
RE: Re.quest of City of Petaluma, Califor:nia for: Financial Assi stance in the Amount of $2.50.00 
to Support Litigation which Relates to City Planning.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried,
with Supervisors Frost and Slater voting "No", it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same
is hereby, placed on file.

September 24, .1.973 . .
RE: Approval of Request of Planning Director foi: Permission foi: all County .Planning Commissioners .
of Santa Barbara to Attend 43ra. Annual Confei:ence of the California Planning Commissioners, October
17. - 20, 1973:, at the Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara. 
Subject written recommendation was received by the Board., which indicated that the
cost estimate is approximately $5.50 . 00'.' This was considered at the time of budget hearings and
the cost is almost completely offs~t by the elimination of the regular Planning Commission meeting
of October 17 ~ 1973 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, . $econded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject written request, as submitted to the Board., t;e and the same is hereby,
approved.
RE: Recommendation for Approval of Request foi: a One-Ye.ar Time Extension on Tentativ.e
Map of Tract #11,6~7 to New Date of October 16, 1974, Fifth Supervisorial.District.
The subject writ.ten recommendation from the Planning Commission was filed with the'
Board for approval subject to all the conditions of approval of the Tentative Map, as originally approved .
Supervisor Frost suggested' the addition oft.he condition on water and sewer~ .as is
done on all maps . The Planning Director agreed , but mentioned the Commission did not consider
that aspect.
Reference was made to the pol icy adopted by the Board.on April 21, '. J 973 concerning
proof of availability .of CJpproved potable and approved sewage disposal within service areas of c_ertain
water or sewer entities as a condition to subdivision maps, development plans and building permits.
While this is automatic, the Planning Director still felt that this requirement should 
be re-;-emphasized by including it as a condition of Clpproval of subject time extension on the Tentative
Map . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, ~nd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation, as hereinabove- indicated be, and the same is hereby,
confir.med, with the added condition for compliance by the developer of the pol icy on water and
sewers, as contained in Board Resolution 73~249.
RE: Request of Attorney J . James Hollister Ill for Reconsideration of Approval of Tentative
Map of Tract #11 .,899, Third District (Brattain Contractors , Inc.).
Reference was made to the action taken by the Board of Supervisors on September 11,
1973 'to deny the approval of subject Tentative Map.
A letter had been fil~ with the Board fr.om Attorney Hollister regarding subject matter,
indicating that reconsideration of approval of Tentative Map of Tract #11, s99 is crucial, not only
to the' applicant, but to the citizens and taxpayers of the County as well, tppresentp.ersuasivereasons
therefor .
Another letter from Attorney Hol Ii ster, . dated September 21 ,' 1973" was received by the
Board requesting that reconsideration of approval of t.he Tentative Map on subject subdivision be
withdrawn from the agenda.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda.
Discussion ensued as to the legal position for the Board to reconsider an action that
has already been taken by the Board, resulting in a final determination.
The County Counsel stated that there are . certain things which the Board cannot reconsider
afte.r a final decision has been rendered for this. The Board wil I be encountered with a number or not
this can be made. The Board wi 11 be encountered with a number of similar items and it wi 11 be
necessary to properly research the matter in order that the Board may have the proper information for
further consideration .
Discussion ensued about procedures under the State law, the Government Code, and
Roberts Rules of Order for proper administration.
Supervisor Frost stated that this Board has never adopted any rules of order . How
does this affect the procedure of t_he Board? Is it legal for the Board to serve on tradition? George
Kading, County Counsel, said it is on the rule of the Chair . . He referred to a set of rules that were
drafted under which the Yolo County Board of Supervisors would operate but it lasted only 30' days.
Robert's Rules of Order are written more for larger governmental bodies.

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September 24. 1973 
The Chairman suggested that if the' County Counsel makes the study on subject matter,
that consideration be given fo~ the Chairman be al lowed to vote last to break a tie.

Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimous! ,
it is ordered that the County Counsel investigate the law, as to whether or not the Board could legally
reconsider appeals, such as subject matter, and other cases that may arise in the future afte.r final
action has been taken.

RE: Report .frqm County Auditor-Controller Relative to Fund Balances in .County Service
Area #1  and County Service Area #31". .
The County Auditor-Control ler made an oral report on subject matter. and described
how a matter can be resolved by a 4/ S~hs vote for appropriation of an amount of $1.8., 050. 40.
The purposes for which County Service Area #1 and #31. were formed were spel led out,
which included road maintenance and construction, street lightin.g program, police protection and
major tree program in the' Isla Vista area, etc. Supervisor Slater, 9S well.as the' Director of Transportation
agree that the money should be put back into the General Fund s ince County  Service Area
#1 has been defunct fo~ over three years.
Supervisor Catterlin suggested the transfer of the funds to the General Fund for the
Isla Vista Municipal Advisory Council purposes and  implement the street tree program through the
Director of Transportation . Supervisor Slater stated that more . is needed fo~ maintenance of road
programs.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel t , and carried unanimous! ,
it is ordered that the amount of funds contained in the County Service Area #1 Fund, in the amount
of $1'8'.,050.40-. be, and the same is hereby, authorized to be transferred by the County Auditor-Controlle
into the General Fund of the County fo~ expenditure by the Isla Vista Muncipal Advisory. Council
through the Director of Transportation for implementation of t,he requested program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the said sum be appropiated by transfer to Budget Item Public Works - County
Projects.
RE: 1973. Santa .Barbara .County Grand Jury Interim Report #3, County Clerk's Office.
Subject matter. was placed on the agenda at the written request of Supervisor Slater ~ .
who stated that this had not heretofore .been officially  received; however, . members of t.he Board
were given copies earlier. The nature . of the report leaves him "cold" . It appeared that the recommen
dations of t.he Grand Jury were so out of line in comparison with the basic task that they should
be taking care of. He requested the Grand Jury representatives to appear before the Board and
give their comments on the report .
Mr . . Robert P. Richards, Foreman of the Grand Jury, said that there have been certain
unfavorable press items concerning the report . It is not quite evident that further clarification
is needed to substantiate the report .
Many members . were interviewed from the offic.es of the County Clerk., County Counsel,
District Attorney, Public Defender, Administrative Offic.er, President of t.he Bar Association, Court
Administrator and the Presiding Judge.
Comments were made as to poor leadership, poor supervision, antiquated methods,
lack of jpb descriptions, no main direction, a 43:-year old antiquated filing system, no training progra ,
high rate of employee turnover, etc 
It was difficult to understand the variances in the efficiency reports on the various
employees in the County Clerk's office. Howard C. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, mentioned
to the Committee that he could not implement certain changes as long as Mr. Lewis is still County
Clerk; the absence of Mr. Lewis during his illness has made a big hole in the department.
Mr. Lewis had planned on retiring on November 7,: J 972.,  but he  married in December,
1972., . and changed his mind about retiring in November . In order to be eligible for retirement
benefit~ fo~ his wife he is required to be married for at least one year.
An earlier request for funds had been made by the Clerk's Office fo~ an updated filing
system, but this .was rejected by the Administrative Officer . .
It was suggested that Mr. Lewis be contacted by the Foreman, on the advise of County
Counsel, to ask him if he would object to retiring earlier, and then appoint an Acting Clerk.by
the Board of Supervisors. This would allow the implementation of the changes, as referred to earlier,
to streamline the offic.e. Mr. Richards stated that subject report was read at great length, with
the entire .Grand Jury present; all the contents were .read, and it was adopted unanimously by all member .
Supervisor Slater wondered if qi I the members of the Grand Jury. saw the report before it was sent
to Judge Dodson. The letter from the Foreman to Judge Dodson was dated September 4,  1973'.,' while
the attached report .was dated September 11 , 1973:, '.


-' September 24, 1973. 
At a Tuesday meeting, the Grand Jury discussed the matter in great detail and after
certain changes were . made in the drafted rough report,. .it was sent to .Superior Court .to be typed
in a legal manner and was then returned to the Grand Jury Office.
During the investigation and the writting of the report, did they have legal counsel?
Mr. Richards replied that they had County .Counsel as a witness and as legal counsel : He also
stated that they questioned the District Attorney's concern of the activities of the County Clerk's
Offic.e. Supervisor Slater stated that interim reports should not be released . The question was
asked why the Grand Jury took the position that an elected official be asked to resign only a few
months prior frqm the time he had intended to retire.
The County Counsel's impression of his conversation with .them was that they asked several
questions about the conduct of the Clerk's office. The answers were given to the best of his ability.
They asked about removing the County Clerk, at which time Mr. Kading furnished them with copies
of t.he applicable Code section; also, if there . would be any objections in requesting the resignation
of Mr. Lewis. Mr. Kading advised Mr . Richards that he might talk to Mr. Lewis and see what the' 
situation is. That is the extent of his advice to Mr. Richards.
Mr. Richards said that the report .was made public, i;)S it had something to do with County
government, . Supervisor Slater reiterated that the interim report .shoulll not have been released 
Supervisor Catterlin stated that one of the difficulties is trying to evaluate what the Grand
Jury is trying to accomplish. In the interim report,. the Grand Jury has taken a very strong stand
on the Clerk's offic.e. He pointed outthat last year, .Judge Dodson said that it was improper to release
an interim report and refused to have it released. This is what Supervisor Slater was refer:ring to
before; to determine if !udge Dodson can silence the report, or whether or not the Grand Jury. has
the right to release it to the public.
Supervisor Catterlin asked if Mr. Richards and the Grand Jury. have the authority . to
recommend and demand the resignation of an elected official. He doesn't know the answer to this
and he didn't know where . legal advice coulll be sought on thi.s matter., . ;r whether or not it woulcl 
stand up.
Supervisor Slater stated that it is unusual to question a Grand Jury and Mr . Richards
replied that it is unfai.r to put the'Grand Jury. in a political situation, tp which Supervisor Catterlin
agreed.
Supervisor Slater contended that the Grand Jury. put . itself into .that position by getting
involved in a political controversy. It is beyond his comprehension, with a man near death and being
an elected offic.ial, to be asked to retire early. There is also the matter of fur:-ther recommending
reorganization of t.he County Clerk's offic.e.
Chairman Beattie noted that since Judge Dodson is not present, evidently; he has no
interest in the matter . . Mr . . Richards remarked that he was told that if he ran his business like the
County Clerk's offic.e today, he would be bankrupt . .
Attorney Charles Willey, of Price, Postel and Parma, i;)nd legal counsel for: Mr . . Lewis,
pointed out that Mr. Lewis is an elected official, the County Counsel has reviewed with the Grand
Jury., the grounds on which an elected official may be withd'rawn frQm offic.e . Obviously, none of
those grounds are . evident today to be discussed .
It seems clear to him that there are no grounds for the attack on Mr . . Lewis . He is in

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an extremely ill situation. He had already advised them that he contemplates on a change about Decembe
r 1, . 1973   He pub I icly announced, many months ago, that he did not intend to stand for: re-election.
Howard. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, has been his right-hand man for: over 15'. years.
When Mr. Lewis became ill, he administratively advised Mr. Menzel that he was in general charge
of the County .Clerk's offic.e. It was also pointed out that it was not possible to name someone as
an "Acting County Clerk".
Supervisor Slater referred to the archaic filing system. La'st year, . the' Clerk requested
$1 .5".,000.00' in funds for: a study on the filing system butthis was disallowed by the Administrative
Officer . Therefore; the Clerk should not be critJzed for: thLs. 
Chairman Beattie said Jack Le'wis has been one of the' outstandir.ig offic.ials of t.he County
for: almost 40 years; there .is no other elected official with his tenure as a County Clerk fn this County,
or State-wide  _ He has rendered outstanding service to the County and the Grand Jury. is kicking him
when he' is down . It is completely imprudent.
in-law.
of Mr.
Attorney Edward Schramm spoke as an enraged citizen and also as Mrs. Lewis' brother.: .
His comments were .generally already covered by those of Supervisor Slater, . !n support
Lewis .
Attorney Schramm stated that the Grand Jury. Foreman announced that what he had to say
was not an indictment of Mr. Lewis, which does require facts. They conducted a character assassination
on him without fac;ts  There. is only one fac;t - that the docket is still :kept in script and not by a computer
The Grand Jury has done a grave injustice to a man seriously i 11, who is not able to appear today
to defend himself.

  


September 24., 1973:  0 ~)
In conclusion, Attorney Schramm suggested that the subject report be filed, and Mr.
Lewis be thanked for: his almost 40 years of devoted, $elfless service to this County. He was hopeful
that Mr. Lewis would get well enough to return to his office.
Mr. Richard countered that the Grand Jury is not trying to run down Mr. Lewis in any
way and he personnally feels the same way as the others defending the character of Mr. Lewis.
Subject report was directed only at the operation of the County Clerk's office. He believes the function
of the Grand Jury is to look into complaints concerning County government.
Supervisor Catterlin stated that the people on the Grand Jury have done what the thougtt
was a necessary job, put unfortunately, should disagree with th.em, not because of any' malice, but
he fe~ls they received extremely poor advice and extremely questionable direction. He is challenging
those people who were working behind the scene for a political purpose and use the Grand Jury people
to .accomp Ii sh th is .
Supervisor Tunnell, in referring to the many unfortunate aspects, pointed out the fact
that the County Counsel's office and the Grand Jury. itself have been adversely affected in this regard.
He challenges the references made as to the efficiency of the County Clerk's offic.e and
the lack of l~adership; and disagrees with the comments contained in subject report very strongly.
He has been quite close to at least an important part of the County Clerk's office, which
is directly under Mr. Menzel 's direction, hand I ing the affa.irs of the Board. He has been somewhat
less familiar with the coordination of the main Clerk's office on the business of the Courts. Mr. Menzel
has provided very. capable leadership of the department, which is functioning smoothly.
With regard to the County institution that has been adversely affected, which is the Grand
Jury. itself, . in the minds of many people, the credibility of t.he Grand Jury has been somewhat strained
on the whole matter . . He hoped and assumed that the Grand Jury members acted independently and
used their own best judgement . . The un.for:tunate part .is that many people in this County have the
opinion that the Grand Jury. members did not act independently and did not act without some undue
influ.ence from Judge Dodson, which was a poor thing to do.
He also stated that if the Grand Jury. is to .be a useful. institution in the future .and if
their reports and recommendations each year are . to .carry any strength and value, it should protect
very. careful.ly, the image that the Grand Jury is a completely independent body. True or untrue,
the impression does exist in the minds of many people that thrs was not done properly.
Supervisor Frost said that when he came to Santa Barbara some years ago, Mr. Lewis
was already an institution. He was in favor of adopting a resolution expressing the gratefulness
of the Board for Mr. Lewis' leadership over the years.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, . ~nd carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted in appreciation of t.he many years . of devoted service
to the County by' Mr. John E. Lewis:
Resolution No. 73'.'63'6'. 1
(ORIGINAL JN : PERMANENT FILES)
It is further ordered that subject report b.e, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
Chairman Beattie indicated that the'Administrative Officer wil I coordinate with Mr. Menzel,
Assistant County .Clerk, and attempt to be sure that the Clerk's office conttnues to run effectively and wisely
in the absence of Mr. Lewis.
RE: Execution of Revenue Contracts Between the County .of Santa Barbara and Community Environmental
Council, Inc. for the Period July 1, 1973.through June 30,  197zi., in an Amount not to Exceed $27,'625.00
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, Clnd carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73:636A'.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
The Board of S.upervi sors recessed unti I .2 o'clock, p. m.
At 2.o'clock, p.m . , the Board reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk,
Supervisor Beattie in the.Chair .



  

 

September 24, -. 1973- .
RE: Allowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the fol lowing
claims be, and the same are hereby, al lowed, each claim for the amount and payable out the fund designated
on the face of each claim respectively, to- wit:
(Claims List)
 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUNO __ ~G!!!!R!!!!N!.!!MAJ.~l!M_--------~---DATE Sept.mer 24. 1 73CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Ohio Medical Products
Analytical Aida
Angelica Uniform Company
Arrowhead Purita Waters
Arrowhd Puritaa Waters
Arrowhead Puritaa Waters
Arrowhead Puritaa Waters
Behavioral Publication Inc.
Brookaton Co Inc.
Brunswiq Drug Co.
Calif. Blectronic Police Bq1li)?Glent Co.
Calif. Dept. of General Service
Calgon Corporation
Chef a Vendors. Inc.
Coastal Copying Product
I 
CrCJN11 Printers
CUlligan Softvater Service
Davis Publishing Co.
DePuy
Ebersol Off ice Bqaii:ant
Fairview Pooda. Inc.
\'he Fuller Brush COmpany
G " M "arket
General Binding Corp.
Graybar Bleet.ric Co., Inc.
Grosmn Brush & Ch-ical Co.
Harbor Boat Salea
Harri.a & Prank

AMOUNT
109: 28
26.23
99.96
21.30
8.49
64.55
48.98
24.41
46.35
27.73
138.53
69.30
27.03
484.31
1.305.11
432.64
140.45
45.60
8.83
109.39
1.599.75
455.35
9.01
329.73
61.89
238.36
l.9oe.oo
41.84
NUMBER
6062
6063
6064
6065
6066
6067
6068
6069
6070
6071
6072
6073
6074
6075
6076
6077
6078
6079
6080
6081
6082
6083
6084
6085
6086
6087
6088
6089
6090
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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7/73
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBNRPAL
PAYEE/REMARKS
Hillj R.efriqeration Air ConditJ.oninq
Hooper. Inc.
Boa P~ Co.
I B M Corp.

IPCO Bopital Supply Corp.
J.I.8. Corp.
Land Off ice Bquipment
Marine Hardware Company
Miion Office Bquipment Co.
The Mogul Corp.
Mor Signal Device
Th Off ice Mart
Pool Supply Center
P c A/Part8 & Acce1180riu
S.B. Bindery
s. B. Jani.t or Supply Co.
S. B. tocknitlw
s. B. Motor Parts, Inc.
s. B. Office Supply
Scientific Producta
Schauer Printinq Co., Inc.
!'he Shacvin William Co.
Survivair
Tab Producta Co.
Charle c. 'l'homaa Publisher
Thrifty llent-A-Car
Van Pelt. Inc.
Wk Scientific
Edvard Weck & Co., Inc.



PAID
DATE Sapt:.ber 24 19 3 CURRENT

AMOUNT

12.73
107.98
48.96
12.72
61.94
279.84
13.12
8.12
42.00
558.62
22.00
23.85
421.16
106.23
22.os
274.20
5.72
117.00
560.55
360.53
36.04
78.27
18.96
113.62
141.50
8.95
6.04
260.55
158.95

NUMBER
6091
6092
6093
6094
6095
6096
6017
6098
6099
6100
6101
6102
6103
6104
6105
6106
6107
6108
6109
6110
6111
6112
6113
6114
6115
6116
6117
6118
6119
6120
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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- ) ;J   : AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT . REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Ine.
Xerox Corp.
B & J An.waring Service
Continental Telephone Co. of Calif.
General Telephone Co.
General Telephone Co.
Goleta County Water Diatriet
Pacific Telephone
Pacific Ga & B1ectric Co.
Southern Calif. Gas Co.
Santa Ynez River Water Cons.
Southern Calif. Ediaon Co.
Southam Calif. Bdiaon Co.
Aclle Lock Shop. Inc.
Audiotronix
Avila Pl11Jlbinq Co.
Cap'a Frozen Steak
Construction & Riqqinq Supply Co.
Granny Goo Pood Ine.
General Blectric Co.
Goleta Valley Locksmith
.
Bopper. Inc.
Bunter' Inn
Jordanoa. Inc.
Alfred M. Lawis, Inc.
Magneto & Blectrical Service
Ott'
,
Pacific Tool & BqQipe1nt Co.
Poat:maater
AMOUNT
49.39
1.911.38
35.00
63.37
1.147.91
10.261.61
2.237.00
2.212.15
381.40
36.10
16.30
173.17
1.095.68
118.20
127.39
20.00
59.40
419.14
12.00
557.76
15.00
'310.01
1.810.40
446.92
5.00
28.30
77.72
69.~3
14.73
365.00
I PAID
11.91,1;___;~._l l73CURRENT
NUMBER
6121
6122
6123
6124
6125
6126
6127
6128
6129
6130
6131
61.32
6133
6134
6135
6136
6137
6138
6139
6140
6141
6142
6143
6144
6145
6146
6147
6148
6149
6150
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
'
,
A C - t 17
7/73
 '' I 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUND_j!G!l!C!l!ll!ll;llLA~L__ ____________ DATE Sept.mr 24 1 73CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Quality Col-Pak, Inc.
S. B. Office Supply
s. B. Office Supply
s. B. Office Supply
sac corp.
s.art & Pinal Iria Co.
Standrd Oil Co. of Calif.
'l'aylor Meat Co.
obert L. Briqden, Ph. D.
Leo Bianer, M. D.
B. T. Peldated, M. D.
George Piaher, M. D.
George' Coff- Shop
David. It. Gordin, M. D.
Robert 'l'. Gratun, M. D.
J- P. Hollaway, M. D.
B. Beil larp, JI. D.
David Latta, M. D.
M. J. Xoa, M. D.
Jereme J. !.ahin, M. D.
J. Donald Mann, M. D.
Stanley o.tern, M. D.
Willia A. Rack, M. D.
Radiation Center Medical Group, Inc.
Safeway Stores, Inc.
Dennis D. Shepard, M. D., Inc.
Glenn Skinner. M. D.
w. Gordon Sllit:h, M. D.
s. B. Stevena. M. D.

Jazea L. 'l'obin, M. D.
llicholaa J. Vincent, M. D.
L. B. Willime, M. D.
AMOUNT
1,004.41
179.67
403.78
105.83
37.00
665.32
400.39
516.41
25.00
8.00
129.72
8.00
1,490.95
169.20
78.96
3.00
118.44
8.00
8.oo
197.40
39.48
161.28
78.96
5.00
443.70
28.20
33.60
8.oo
8.oo
755.52
27.50
16.00
NUMBER
6151
6152
6153 .
6154
6155
6156
6157
6158
6159
6160
6161
6162
6163
6164
6165
6166
6167
6168
6169
6170
6171
6172
6173
6174
6175
6176
6177
6178
6179
6180
6181
6182
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
'
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7/73
l
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 FUND GQKt+-&L
PAYEE/REMARKS
Richard c. Willia.-, M. D.
Alander ZuckerbraWl, Pb.D.,M.D.
John D. Boland, M. D.
Anacapa Sc:iencea. Inc.
Jill Andrew
Bio-Science taNratoriu
Rola Bohlinq
Cabla '1!V
John L. Carleton. M. D.
Vivian Dill
Bl Cialito . taarant
Rina Brickaon
John B. Pabyanich
B$11.Prainer
Gibb & Hurt Developnent
Golden Bird Cafe
Alltm Goodall
William B. Bill. Shariff
Richard B. l1mert, M. D.
X.Vco Pooda. Inc.
Lmapoc Record Pablicationa
s. B. llarwa Pru
Thoaa G. Ochaner, M. D.
Rodney P. Ogrin, D.D.S.
Palace lnvutment Co., Inc.
Donald s. Pattaron, M. D.
Ricbaha Reatarant
Cathy Rucker
S-S Market
Sanawa Mdical Clinic
PAID
DATE Stmtber 24. 1 73cuRRENT
AMOUNT
39.48
8.00
135.36
1,537.41
so.oo
322.90
80.00
6.03
105.00
68.55
182.78
24.00
10.00
84.75
100.00
16.54
67.00
4.40
50.00
10.30
5.60
172.90
180.00
144.00
811.00
250.00
25.99
32.14
31.32
168.00
NUMBER
6183
6184
6185
6186
6187
6188
6189
6190
6191
6192
6193
6194
6195
6196
6197
6198
6199
6200
6ao1
6202
6203
6204
6205
6206
6207
6208
6209
6210
6211
6212
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC-197
7/73
 I '
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Saith Tranportation Co.
Victor Sourmany & Matilda Sourmany
Swi & Barth
Sunburt o-wiity Store
Thriftimar~, Inc.
Barbera Welab
Mr. Charl  Willia
Stat Boerd of Bqualization
M Plywcod & Door
liddruaograph Jlaltigrapb Corp.
Arbroae Mill & Lamber Co.
B. J. Whol  ala
Th Baerinq Bouae
Channel DiPD91 Co.
Channel Radio Supply Co.
'l'he County J=rbar Co.
CUlliqan Soft Water
Dal Po&zo Tire Corp.
Blsar w. Griaet & Ion
Halprin Supply Co.
Ray Hopman
Hydro-Sonic Syat-
A. P. JobnaOn co., Inc.
R. 8. xndauer, Jr., & Co.
A. Zentner Co.
"orrion Co.
Motor Tzuek Diatributor Co.

AMOUNT
5.35
soo.oo
21.62
23.68
105.60
NUMBER
6213
6214
6215
6216
6217
72.00 6218
72.00
375.00
682.01
1.64
5.30
263.17
46.62
42.40
460.12
9.89
13.33
96.82
30.00
94.90
99.44
13.36
49.53
230.00
19.67
37.45
216.23
245.91
639.75
6219
6220
6221
6222
6223
6224
6225
6226
6227
6228
6229
6230
6231
6232
6233
6234
6235
6236
6237
6238
6239
6240
6241
PAID
3 CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



_ ___. _______ ______. __ _L__ _____ J




ACtl7
7/73
. . 

   AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND _~G~ER~l~A~I, _____________ OATE S.pUrtar 24, 1 73 PAID
CURRENT
PA YEE/REMARKS
Oldenkamp Collpany
Olivar & Williee
Olivera' Auto Parts
Olen Surgical
Ort.ho DiaCJDOllt.ic
Pacific: Surgical Co.
Parker & Son Publicationa, Inc.
Picker corp.
Leonard Picket:t., Inc.
a. D. Produc:t.a, xnc:.
Jtoyca Rolla lliDCJer Co.
'l'h Sacrwnto BWlllett.er Inc.
S. B. Blueprint Co.
s. B. rire BqW.paent.
s. B. Saw Service
Sant.a Ynez Valley Hardware
Shannon' Service
SmrdenRatc:htr Co.
Spectra Biological
Alin1a Pla-binq Pixtllr98 Corp.
Trainaide
Univarait.y Pipe & Supply Co.
Wallace Machlnuy Co.
L. A. lfuacan Sapply Co., Inc:.
1falt.'a tock Shop
w  t. Publihin9 Co.
Ja L. Bartlett., Jr.
Department. of Paro & Recreation
Laona Cobler

AMOUNT
125.34
569.00
68.04
10.05
157.17
377.72
20.14
1,261.33
693.25
184.23
121.24
25.00
20.29
3.61
6.00
9.12
21.31
88.48
22.80
44.04
210.00
1.59
42.10
90.10
9.00
48.53
NUMBER
6242
6243
6244
6245
6246
6247
6248
6249
6250
6251
6252
6253
6254
6255
6256
6257
6258
6259
6260
6261
6262
6263
6264
6265
6266
6267
14.55 6268
314.83
3,500.00
44.35
6269
6270
6271
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC- t l7
7/73
,  
t  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA 
PAID
FUND ___ jjGiJDmJ8l:1k1~.l.LL-_______ .:___ __ DATE 841Pt.t?er 24 1 1iURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Belen Daniel
Lillian Davia
General Telephone Co 

Paaio' llboppinq Baq
Geeral 'l'elephone Co.
General 'l'elepibon Co,
G1neral 'l'elephan Co.
Gmeral hlepbon Co.
G1neral 'l'elepbon Co.
General Telephone Co.
Lee Goodrich
Granada Building Co.
Grayeon Hotel
John B. Boaaack & Aaaoeiatea
Gayle Miller
Dianne D. Hblligan
Rational Civil Service I eague
Patricia loblat'o
Sacrasento Children' Bar
Tramsportation Worltinq Capital hod
"able Sclmlu
s- & Su.aitt. Inc:.
Jar w. Sbllv. JI. D.
Southern Calif. Ga Co.
Travel Spacialiat
tern Motel


All A=eric-n Sportinq Good Co  Inc:.

AMOUNT
21.68
173.40
86892
24.20
924.60
482.60
7.108.62
NUMBER
6272
6273
6274
6275
6276
6277
6278
121.28 6279
392.50
3.645.84
4.625.27
48.00
1.293.00
69.66
55.25
47.00
10.81
44.00
3.00
44.20
i.121.00
608.19
90.00
120.00
225.00
11.09
279.28
66.19
336  29
3M.27
6280
6281
6282
6283
6284
6285
6286
6287
6288
6289
6290
6291
6292
6293
6294
6295
6296
6297
6298
6299
6300
6301
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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7/73
;
. 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Aloe
Don Araatronqa
Bowaer'
Buchler Inat:ranta Diviaion
Buain Bquipnent Center. Inc.
Caaa Plor Fooda
Channel Paper Co.
Craviotto Bl.ectric Service Co.
Day Electric Co.
Dinny' . tauranta. Inc.
Bboreole Office Bquipaent
Bl C-ino Veterinary Boapital
Puller Paint & Gl.aaa
Goleta Uphc)ltery
Holday S.rdwara
Kaoppal & Soa Supply Co.
Lee & Real. Inc:.
Pac:if ic AceoU8tiC8 Borth. Inc.
PM!if ic: Daplic:atinq Produeta
Pfailer 'fxuc:'k & 'l'ractor Sal
Public Sanit:ary Co.
Pyramid 'file Co.
Riqge Trw:k Salea.
Glmm ~
Inc.
Santa Maria Clutch & Brake
Santa BrlMa Mill
Scherer
SolYanCJ Mill & Lwlber Yard
!'he Shcvin-Williav Co.
AMOUNT
46.95
6.36
136.00
41.26
661.91
11.82
86.46
74.62
14.41
264.15
50.78
17.50
57.87
43.15
72.47
26.83
89.00
966.00
9.80
59.04
143.60
2.73
14.295.76
61.72
154.15
31.62
80.07
13.41
799.53
PAID 24 l 7i uRRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
NUMBER
6302
6303
6304
6305
6306
6307
6308
6309
6310
6311
6312
6313
6314
6315
6316
6317
6318
6319
6220
6321
6322
6323
6324
6325
6326
6327
6328
6329
6330
MARKED
.

AC  1S7
7/73

 

 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUNO __ ~G~q~P:~tAi11a.LL- ___ _______ OATE8aptm'?C 24, 19 3 CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Th -Preaa Publiahinq Co.
Willia R. Allm
David J. bele. M. D.
Allbaa  dor Laundry & Dxy C1eanera
Bet11Y Beatty
Charlotte Bent.on 'l'&x Services
Char lea A. Bradley~ M. D.
Gerard Brer, JI. D.
Jerrold A. Burton
Kenneth B. Cady
Cal POly Kalloqq Ullit Poundati.on
Borman B. Caldwell, Director
Jack Steinnn Calif. Lifavinq Aan.
L. v. Ca91rball, M. D.
Mathew  Campbell
Carpinteria l'roprtiea
Mary  Cac!erberq, M. D.
L. Lisa Cbapan. c.s.a.
~ity Action eo-J.aaion
Bruce W. Jodda
Mary Ann Donner
J-Dr-
Jobn B. Pabyanich. Director
Pirat Wtern Bank & Trwlt Co.
Pirt Weatern Bank & 'l'ruat Co.
Xenia Piaher
General Tele phone Co.
William L. Gill
AMOUNT
109.80
12.85
170.00
555.62
135.77
565.00
150.00
40.00
72.00
77.44
316.00
13.99
s.440. SO
240.00
83.04
310.00
70.00
62.20
1,502.00
108.00
130.00
2.00
33.48
29.16
300.00
246.00
160.00
21.78
978.44
40.80
NUMBER
6331
6332
6333
6334
6335
6336
6337
6338
6339
6340
6341
6342
6343
6344
6345
6346
6347
6348
6349
6350
6351
6352
6353
. 6354
6355
6356
6357
6358
6359
6360
MONTH
UN LESS
MARKED


AC - t &7
7/73
  .~. . 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
1 7 PAID
FUNO __~ G~K~~K~t~A~r.~ __ ________ OATE Seet-iber 24. i uRRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Gol.eb Vall.y "opii:a.l
Ronald D. Grant
Greyhound Lin West
Joe BabU'l
llev. Richard B. Barri
Bartz Syat. Inc.
Int.er 8cimace lnat.~tute
  Bl.it Jrion. M. D.
Bext:ert. Jankl.ow. M. D.
Bayn Jon 
John Kar-it.aoa. M. D.
Brola Kindn-
Carolyn M. Kleine. C.S.Jl.
W. P. Lacoate
Donald Lafler
M. D.
J. R. X.febvre
City of i:.a.poc
Lompoc Valley Drug Abwle Ciar. Council
Mra. Alice Lopaz
Horman a. Maclead
Mid State Bank
Mid St.ate Bnk
Bert A. Muacio
Motel 6 Travel Bureau
Wendy Mllt.t.er
J- B. McCloekey.
Bel McCord

AMOUNT
43.00
200.bo
146.45
34.80
12.72
126.80
50.00
260  00
120.00
16.34
160.00
43.00
259.92
3.25
4.39
400.00
15.00
30.00
177.38
787.00
12.72
46.11
132.00
614.00
480.00
- 94.29
112.SO
5.35
2.549.00
15.97
NUMBER
6361
6362
6363
6364
6365
6366
6367
6368
6369
6370
6371
6372
6373
6374
6375
6376
6377
6a78
6379
6380
6381
6382
6383
6384
6385
6386
6387
6388
6389
6390
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND 1G~B~N~'~r~:A~LL _____________ DATE Sept.aber 24, 1 73 PAID
- CURRENT
PA YEE/REMARKS
Bob Mctloaald
Herbert c. McBlwee
Patrick J. McJ:inley

National BOtary Aallo.
Ja= v. Beary
Doria  laon
Biebola Imstitate for Endocrinology
Borth s.B.Co. llebbilitation Center
Delicia OV.ida
Song W. Pak, H. D.
J. c. Pminey Co.
Donald B. hrry 
R.c.s., Inc.
Kitchell ce, H. 1.
Patricia Raid
Albert P. Jtaynold.a
Barbara Rice
Boa. John ir. lliekard
Goerqe !'. Robert.eon, H. D.
oberaaan '!'ravel
Marshal Ronald J. Rodenberqer
Kenn41th a. ay.an
s. B. Catholic Social Service
City of Sant.a Barbara
s. B. Cottage Boapital
Parehaaing Agent bvolvinq Pwld
'l'reuurer, Co. o~ s. B.
s. B. Bational Bank
AMOUNT NUMBER
16.00 6391
240  00
5.00 
18.00
32.50
18.96
26.50
26.00
107.00
575.82
20.00
44.20
150.00
38.86
7.20
30.00
140.00
32.00
52.58
24.38
113.24
100.00
128.55
2.00
18.72
75.00
4,843.25
946.99
1,51&.61
38.00
649.00
6392
6393
6394
6395
6396
6397
-6398
6399
6400
6401
6402
6403
6404
6405
6406
6407
6408
6409
6410
6411
6412
6413
6414
6415
6416
6417
6418
6419
6420
6421
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GKMBML
PA YEE/REMARKS
Arthllr c. Schaefer
Bclvard c. Scholz
Mra. Alice Stearns
Willi B. Steele
David . Syfritt
!'itl Inauranca & Truat Co.
cm. u. of c. Bxtenaion
Univeraity ~ity Child Care Cmter
JoaQhin . Van Scbaiclt
Willi- Ward
Rav. Robert Wed.du
Bon. John A. Wtvick
Mra. Carol 11hitaire
Y.M.C.A.
arican Sterilizer Co.
Bancroft-Whitney Co.
Frank A. Douglaa
Poatal Instant Pr-
Poataaater. S. B.
Poataaater. S.B.
Southern cal.ifornia Gaa eo.
Ro 
Jean Anderon
Florence Carlaon
Marie Cbriatianaen
Septmber 24. 1 73 PAID
DATE --~ - CURRENT
AMOUNT
93.84
176.68
4.75
207.59
109.42
7.20
10.00
199.60
46.79
50.00
352.80
15.22
35.04
14.00
187.45
248.20
45.00
16.48
29.83
78.00
407.03
27.98
90.00
90.00
12.60
59.28
69.00
27.12
6.24
NUMBER
!"
6422
6423
6424
6425
6426
6427
6428
6429
6430
6431
6432
6433
6434
6435
6436
6437
6438
6439
6440
6441
6441
6443
6444
6445
6446
6447
6448
6449
6450
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNO ___ -GGl:B8'1111'1t.l~At.lltt.t----------- DATE Sept-1er 24 1
PAYEE/REMARKS AMOUNT NUMBER
Linda Hyatt 5.16 6455
Mary A. ltingabury 40.92 6456
Bel9D Linerg 81.96 6457
Mary Lindquiat 22.92 6458
Patricia Manning- 15.00 6459
Boward c. Menzel 21.00 6460

ntbony  11oricJa 90.96 6461
Yoabie Ohara 33.60 6462
Annie L. Parker 98.28 6463
Betti Peteren 30.60 6464
Mariah Roby 30.60 6465
Lena Bof f inello 2.50 6466

Puben Saia 156.72 6467
Margrit Sclaid 12.00 6468
Void _. __ 6469
!'red Smith 10.92 6470
Shirley Stiekney 129.36 6471
"rjolein Warkentin 31.56 6472
Alida Whitlock 48.00 6473
137.677.78

73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
JOAD-()015
Ac Machine Shop
Adiral Bttaring co  Inc.
Begg TBA
Burrough corporation
certified Llaboratori
Coat clutch & Brake Supply. xnc.
Coast Rock Products. xnc.
Martin DePiuzi
General Telephone co.
B.B. Baakell Co.
~f fel & Bser co.
&txon-Bgli Equipment co.
Pacific Ga & Electric co.
Paden' Paint Store
Purchasing Agent
Rigg Truck Sal xnc.

-
Santa Barbara County Refuse Department
Santa YD& River Water aouerv. Diat.
Southern California Edison co.
Southern ca1ifornia Gas co.
State Board of Equalization
Leland R. StMIU'd. Director of Trana.
Tranaport Clearings
Wallace Machinery co.
Weatern Welding
AMOUNT
64.34
59.10
47.33
226.85
 216.56
. 344.88
4.29
8.14
43.33
11.263.25
92.82
99.26
94.85
25.05
399.32
37.39
239.47
16.30
285.73
98.51
4.20
24.14
6.85
33.93
5.71
NUMBER
06474
06475
06476
06477
06478
06479

06480
.
06481
01482
06483
06484
06485
06486
06487
06488
06489
06490
06491
06492
06493
06494
06495
06496
06497
06498
13.741.6 *
3 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
PBTROLBUM-0045
General Telephone co.
Ida Mae Tinley
Aatro Reaearch corporation
Willi.aa P. Brooka
Merrill Lynch, FenlMtr & Smith, Inc.
Albert A. Roeser
Jac:k Roae
Th Valley Club of M.o nteeito
BMBllGDCY DlPLOYMDT ACT-1100
Jaaaa R. Fiaber, M.D.
'l':ranaportation Working capital Fund

TRAllSPORTATIOJI WO . ,  ' CAPITAL-1900
Aaeri can Motor Corporation
Beard Motor Copany, Inc.
Robert J. Bell CO.
Bob' Glaa Shop
caear' Auto Supply
car color craft
Coe' Waate Oil Service
Mrti.n DePimi
Dal Posso Tire corporation
AMOUNT
231.20
4.44
235.64*
73.32
86.70
69.57
94.34
42.43
622.73
989.09*
10.00
46.60
56.60*
78.92
10.61
72.88
156.35
164.13
18.75
950.25
10.00
26.83
25.00
M . 59
NUMBER
06499
06500
0650 1
06502
06503
06504
06505
06506
06507
06508
06509
06510
06511
06512
06513
06514
06515
06516
06517
06518
73 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
 


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAID
FUND ___ _.ll:aIuS.uCB,.I'",I,ANF.Q,~U,Sc__ _______ DATESEPFRMBBR 24. 19 3 CU~RENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
TRAllSPORTATIO 1fORKDIG CAPITAL-1900
Graybar Blectrio co.
Elmer w. Griaet & son
Elmer w. Grit & Son
International Bdineaa Machin6a
Kinq company
Bill Loeper Pord
McLean' Auto Body & Paint
Olivera' Repair
Perry' Auto Parta & Se:t:vice
Pfeiler Truck & Tractor Sal
Sande Equipment co., Inc.
Sanico
Santa Barbara Cbryaler-Pl~th
Santa Barbara Datsun
Security Bardward Product.a
Treaaurer, county of Banta Barbara
SAmA BARBARA couart Aill
Dictate & Duplicate
Purcbaainsr A9ent
Santa Barbara Office Supply
COU'fi' SBRVICB AREA llUMBBR TBRBB-2120
Randall January
AMOUNT
38.79
310.63
463.81
524.89
18.10
6/31
35.64
1,261.39
67.00
331.97
20.10
167.22
440.17
141.71
10.90
2,054.71
77.31
9,141.59*
NUMBER
06519
06520
06521
06522
06523
06524
06525
06526
06527
06528
06529
06530
06531
06532
06533
06534
06535'
06536
L DISTRICT-1 0
483.20 06537
71.10 06538
14.25 06539
568. 55*
1,099.00 06540
1,099.00*
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
3 PAID
FUNO _ ___!MI~S~C~B~J~.J:!!!'!:!HJ30~~0S~----------DATE SBP'i'Di8Bll 24, 19 CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
coaet Clutch & Brake Supply
Bberole office Bquipmnt
Goleta Tractor Service
Hopper, Inc.
Mark Burd AerialSurvey
Santa Barbara Of fie Supply
Santa Brbra Office Supply
Tb Sherwin-Willi- co.
 :  
ORCUff FLOOD ZOO ." '' ,.  ' . ~ 'l'BRBB-2510
B*STBR Rent
SAllTA MAR FLOOD 7.0JIB 1!1UMBBR THRBB-256
Baster Renta Bquipment
Bopper, Inc.
Prank J. Oloc:co
R. McGray, Inc.
L.B. Webb construction C011pny, Inc.
RIVBR LBVBE
FrDk J. Olocco
'
AMOUNT
17.86
120.00
42.06
13.69
12.72
17.49
63.41
19.82
307.05*
71.86
71.86*
-2570
230.24
7.50
84.80
174.00
352.00
848.54*
323.45
84.80
s.oo
413.25*
NUMBER
06541
06542
06543
06544
06545
0654.6
06547
06548
06549
06550
06551
06552
06553
06554
06555
06556
06557
MONTH
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~~~-K~IS_C~BIJ.a_a_a_ous~~~~~~~~~~DATESBPTBMBER . L~
PAYEE/REMARKS
SOUjp CO'ST FLOOD ~D llUOIUl iW0-2610
A4Jri-t.urf Suppli Inc.
co.
Bopper. Inc.
Th Mulltina
LAGUM coo1t1r SARITATIOll DISTRICT
cal-coaat Machinery
w.a. COOk. county Aaaeaaor
Paci~ic Gaa & Electric co.
Southweat Flexible co.
K1B1 Treft & SOQ
SUTA BARBARA COU1l'1'!' WA'l'BR AGDCY-3050
Ebersole Off ice Equipment

AMOUNT
393.53
111.50
2. .64
12.870.00
13.377.67
-2870
94.16
159.00
33.26
94.28
579.90 
109.18
1.069.78
42.50
42.50*
NUMBER
06558
06559
06560
06561
06562
06563
06564
06565
06566
06567
06568
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
General !'elephona CJmpany
Of fic Mart
La Cua De La Paza
C011Dunity Health Taak Poree
Freedom Coenity Clinic, Inc.
La Caaa De La aza
.
Gen~ !'elephon Co.
lvera Quiroga
AMOUNT
20. 2
1973
NUMBER
109.79 B 8251
36.66 B 8252
55.40 B 8253
400.00 B 8254
7,105.00 B 8255
2,263.41 B 8269
13,302.82 B 8268
133.09 B 8316
150.00 8 8317
120.00 8 8318
PAID
1 CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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RE:
September 24, . 1973. 
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to- wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I
NOES : None ABSENT: None
Requests fo~ Appropriation, Cancellation, or Revision of Funds. ,
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by. Supervisor Tunnel I", -qnd carried unanimously,
the'fol.lowing requests fo~ appropriation, cancellation or revision of fuods are.hereby, approved.in the
budget classific.ations and amounts shown; and the county Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to make the necessary transfe~s:
(SUMMARY O. F TRANSFERS}
September 24. 1973 
 Transfer No : 56
. TRANSPORTATION ' (ROAD}
From: . TO:

45 .10/8~00 Fixed Assets
Equipment
Transfer No. 57 .
MENTAL HEALTH
From:
5250/7700'. '

Transfe~ No : .-59 
PE:fROLEUM 'DEPARTMENT
From:
4050/7~60
4050/7~60' '
4050/9~00' '.




$ 370  00
$ -.300. oo .
$2, 100'. 00' .
400'. 00
4,200.00'
4510/8~00 Fixed Assets
Equipment
T- o:
5250/8~00 

T-o: 40'50/8~00'
4050/8~00' .
2530/8600 Gar. Equip & 
Motor Pool
$ 370-. 00 .
$ .3 oo. oo. 
$2., , oo. oo 
400'. oo 
4, 200. oo 
The Board of Supervisors recessed to meet as the Environmental Quality Advisory Agency .

Board. of Supervisors Sitting As An Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency,
September 24, . J 973. at 2: 00' o'clock, p. m. 
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I; and J . E .
 Lewis, Clerk .
 
 Supervisor Beattie in the Chair 
 
RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Qua I ity Act of 1. 970 and California Supreme Court
Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs . Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report .Requirement
fo~ Projects.
 RE: TRS Re.commendations for Appr.oval of Negative Declarations .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried
unanimously, thi.s Agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the recommendati n
of t.he Technical Review Staff that the fol lowing draft Negative Declarations wil I not have any significant
impact on the environment, and are hereby, approved as Negative Declarations:
73-ND-378, William A. Sommermeyer for B. H. Richards, Lot
Split #11 .,691, Santa Maria area, Fifth District (continued matter} .
73-,.ND-391, Saul Baker, for Valley Cities Investment Corporation, revised development
plan proposal (73-CP-14)., Los Alamos area, Fourth District .
73-ND-392, Richard A. Malott, Lot Split #11 '., .907.: 0rcutt area, Fifth District .
73.-ND-393, U. S. Grant & Son fo~ Leroy R. Vineyard, Lot Split #11 .,900', ' Summerland,
First District (this is in the Montecito .County Water. District and the  matter was clarifie.d
by the Planning Director and County .Counsel}.
(]'JO
September 24, . J 973 
73"-ND-39.U,:. l,a'wrence M. Hourihan, l,ot Split #11 . .,890,  Santa. Y~ez Valley, Third District.
RE: TRS Recommendation for Continuance of 73'-EIR-:-16., Zaca Lake (Howard Olsen Associates),
Proposed Establishment of Tree Farm, Camp Sites and Related Activities, Santa Y~ez Valley, Third
District .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the TRS recommendation fo~ continuance to the TRS meeting of September 21, :
1973. be, and the same is hereby, confirmed. The public hearing on subject matter has been set
to be heard befo~e EQAA on October 1, . 1973 at 2 o'clock p .m. , and this is for information only.
RE: Public Hearing on 73,EIS-3o,  EXXON Company's Proposed plan of development of t.he
Santa Ynez unit, outer continental shelf, Santa Barbara Channel, off Cal ifo~nia, as prepared by
the United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; and the Affidavit
of Publication being on file with the Clerk;
Albert F . Reynolds, Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator, referred to a letter from Marvin
Levine, Deputy County Counsel, dated September 18',  1973  ". Some weeks ago, the Board of Supervisors
authorized the County .to retain experts in the fie ld of o.ff-.shore .oil dril.ling, as may be needed.
Supervisor Slater and he are preparing written comments, and Dr. Harry Brandt, from
the University at Davis, has been retained jointly by the County and the City as an expert and wi ll testify
at the oil hearings concerning the Santa Barbara Channel and its effects on the community to be held
next week in Santa Barbara befo~e the U. S. Department of Interior.
Robert Sharp, a retired oil well drilling engineer, with 30.years of experience, stated he
is familiar with the Santa Ynez unit and is in full support of the proposed project . It is one of the largest
oil fie.Ids he has discovered in the lower 48.  He has seen estimates that the Santa Ynez unit has between .
2 and 4 million barrells on reserve, which will involve many changes in the channel.
An inquiry was made by Supervisor Catter.lin as to the status of Dr. Brandt's report and
he hoped it would be ready when the hearings are held next week. Sitting as EQAA, a ruling on this
proposal must be made after a study and this cannot be done without this report. Mr. Sharp could not
give him a definite date of availability.
Sue Trescher, Deputy County Counsel, stated that she didn't feel that EQAA wil I ever see
Dr . . Brandt's comments and cited her r:easons therefor, including the.time fr"c~me involved. Representatives
designated by the Board of Supervisors to appear at the' public hearings next week are going to make
responses, so EQAA should leave it up to the Board of Supervisors and delegate it back to the Board.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Board of Supervisors of this County be designated as the lead agency in this matter,
and evaluate Dr. Brandt's report on October 1, .1973".'
Reference was made to the written statement which wi 11 have been prepared and approved
by the Board before .being presented by Supervisor Slater at the hearings.
Supervisor Tunnell said there will not be the unanimous feeling of all the Board members
on this hearing matter, .as many of his fe~ l ings do not represent the feelings of some other Board members .
There is definitely a difference of opinion. He also wondered if Supervisor Slater and Mr. Levine, representing
the County and acting as a spokesman, would present their own views and comments or will they submit
a statement to this Board for approval before it is submitted at the public hearings.
The point of view of Supervisor Slater does not necessarily represent the unanimous feeling
of al l the people in the County; in fact, it is far from it . He suggested that a draft of the statement to be
presented be submitted to the Board of Supervisors befo~e the hearings for approval or disapproval .
Should there be a split vote on the approval of the presentation, then at least the record wi 11 show that
this is not the unanimous feel ing of all of the people. He also indicated he would like to speak as a minority.
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject
proposal;
The Chairman announced that the documents on subject matter wil I be filed with the Board
of Supervisor's files, due to the motion made thi.s date 
RE: Public Hearing on 73-EIR-25., Alisal Ranch Master Plan (Daniel, Mann, Johnson and Mendenhall)
General Plan and Zoning Change to Al low Construction of 35~50 Cluster-type Housing Units per Ye.ar,
Providing a Maximum of 8.50 Units, Santa Ynez Valley, Third District.
This being the date and time set for public hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of
Publication being on file with the Clerk;
The Planning Director reported that the recommendation of TRS is for approval of subject
project.
September 24., 1973 
William Webb., representing the Santa Ynez Valley Citizens for the General Plan, speaking
in opposition to the report, indicated the existence of air pollution in the Valley. He referred to an existing
law suit in which he felt the developer had not presented sufficient information in the EIR, but EQAA passed
on that report. He couldn't believe that the EQAA members, with their responsibility, would not actually
read the EIR befor:e .passing on it and that is what they contend in their law suit.
The fol.lowing persons appeared on subject matter:
Mr. John Petrie , a resident of Santa Y~ez Valley and a meteorologist, said he has been
studying weather conditions in Santa Y~ez for five years .and he feels that the report is seriously deficient.
There is a degradation of the air quality in the Santa Ynez Valley. He went into great detail on the smog
situation and he quoted many inaccurate statements contained in the report,. including levels of inversion,
wind currents, etc 
Mrs. Dorothy Brandt of Solvang, concentrated her remarks on the reliance on SMID for .
sewage fac;ilities, fire protection services and road financing involving this project. In talking with SMID
officials, they have replied that there are no active negotiations at this stage of the game. However, the
report states that SMID has approved expansion plans to handle the project. Therefore, she is greatly
concerned about the high cost of SMID services that would have to be provided for this project. Also mentioned,
was the possibility of a.nother bridge over the Santa Y~ez River at Refugio Road.
Mrs. Virginia Morgan of Solvang, spoke about the water source and riparian rights on the
Santa Y~ez River. Reference was made to application #22454 of Brattain Company, dated March 11 ~  1968
and spoke of non- riparian status. The EIR should be corrected to indicate this status in the development
area. Concern was expressed on the Al isal-Glen urban d'am, since she has experienced three disasters
involving urban dams, including Baldwin Hills. Also mentioned were the consequences of excessive water
running down the creek and earthquake faults. She showed colored slides, including the road near Nojoqui,
which is very picturesque and would have to be altered due to this project.
Attorney Brian Rapp of Griffith and Thornburgh, Attorneys-at-Law, made a statement on
behalf o,f the Brattain Company and Jackson family. He said they had gone through the' documents in detail
before TRS, which were fo1,Jnd to be adequate for adoption as the County's EIR . They are also on the agenda
before .the Board of Supervisors for approval of a change in the General Plan .
He spoke on the smog problem, which is mainly due to, he feels, smoke emissions from
. vehicles, due to the tourist trade. The riparian rights, which covers the base of the mountains, was explained.
None of the units are in the non- riparian area, which is ba.sically on the mountain side of the development.
There are a number of acres covered by riparian rights, which entitles them to use substantially al I the
water that is needed . This goes back to a land grant over 100 years ago, when the Jackson family got
it and they sti 11 have the riparian rights.
In reply to an inquiry by Supervisor Catterlin as to the sewage capability of SMID and whether
or not there has been any discussions with him to indicate they could serve the project. Attorney Rapp
went into detail on the discussions that have been held and the understanding that there .wil I be an expansion
of the plant . .
With regard to a possible traffic problem, he stated that if they have to contribute to the
existing traffic problem, they will have to contribute to an improved road system. According to the Director
of Transportation, t.he impact of 8.50 resort-=oriented units wi 11 not cause them to have a signific.ant change
in the road system.
The Clerk read into the record a communication from Supervisor Slater, dated September
24; 1973,  in which he recommends the County reject the EIR as inadequate and that the office of Environment
Quality prepare.a comprehensive EIR for all the proposed uses. The size of this project, time-frame of
ultimate development, precedents for: other County agricultural land and the uncertainty of the impact
on the project in critical environmental. areas suggest that this EIR is not adequate for: the entire project,
as outlined in the Planning Department's letter of September 12, 1973."
While the EIR prepared for the project attempts to identify potential environmental impacts
of the proposed project, there are several key environmental factors which cannot, according to the EIR ,
be assessed at this time and the following are still unanswered:
by the Clerk.
1) Water supply.
2) Sewage disposal .
3). Air pollution
4) : Conversion of agricultural land
Supervisor Slater went on into greater detail as to the contents of the' letter which was read
Attorney Rapp reiterated his earlier comments regarding the reason for: the smog versus
the tourism in Solvang. It is up to the departments concerned to analyze the situation from a very practical
and independent point of ~iew. Supervisor Slater suggested that the Environmental Quality Coordinator
be directed to look into the' cost and practicability of doing a study on air quality impact in the' Santa Ynez
Valley, with regard to this development and other pending developments.
Mr. Reynolds explained what would be involved in such a study, which would require
a consultant together with the help of c.itizeh's groups and the Air Pollution Control Director, which would
take some time. He stated that in fol.lowing the procedures, he has been impressed by the need for the
County, in reviewing appltcations for developments in Santa Y~ez Valley, to have firm and official planning
standards and tools in terms of water resources, sewage capacity, economic impact on the tax rates, addi-
 
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September 24., . 1973 
tional schools and other public services~ not just for Al isal but for:- developments already approved in
that Valley. This County needs an EIR that will show the effects mentioned officially and finally, as
it passes before the Board for a decision . An overal I impact report on the natural resources in the Valley,
with respect to developments in the area, would be of great benefit. He would have to proceed on a
factual basis with an independent body in County government in order to gather the necessary information.
The Director of Transportation, in response to an inquiry.by Supervisor Slater, spoke
about road expansions and traffic problems in the Valley. The Director of Transportation also stated that
they have no plans in his department for future improvement of Refugio Road.
Supervisor Frost stated that the development may requir-e future road improvements but
he would be against this .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to Tuesday,
October 9,  1973'.at 2 o'clock, p . m., and referred to the' Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator on the question
of the practicability , feasibility and cost of an EIR for the Santa Ynez Valley, as to the impact in consideration
of present agricultural uses as well as new agricultural uses, air pollution, natural resources, etc., for
report back to the Board.on said date.
The Board of Supervisors reconvened . 
Present: Supervisors Frank J . Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Amendment (73.-GP-
8) to the Amended General Plan for the Goleta Valley-Circulation Element- Land Use Element (GP-3C)
to Change the Land Use Designation.
This being the date and time set for:- hearing on subject proposal; the Affio.avit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
The Planning Director indicated the area in question as shown in "red" on the screen transparenc ,
which indicated a proposed 1 O-R- 1-D and the existing designation is from "Residential" and a density
of 7.,000 to 9,999 sq. ft  per family to "Residential" and a density of 1.0.,000 to 19, 999'. sq. ft. per family,
as requested by the l'sla Vista Municipal Advisory Council.
Refer:-ence was made to the Planning Staff Report of May 23, 1973 on comments #3 and 4 which
were.indieated to be important . .
The main thing, at this point, is only with reference to an amenament to the General Plan.
The public hearing on the.rezoning is scheduled for October l,'. 1.973 . .'. It was ind.icated that the' two issues
should have been kept related to each other on the agenda and consolidated, instead of being separated.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 1,. 1973'., at 2 o'clock
p.m., in consideration of the SR 2 and SR 4 (73-'0A- 7) as related thereto.
'RE: Continued Hearing on Portion of Petan Company (Alisa! Ranch) General Plan Amendment
(71:.CP-16), which Pertains to the Proposed Application of "Residenttal" to an Area of Approximately
2,550 Acres in the Vicinity of Lake Alisal, Santa Ynez~ '. Third District.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regulary further continued to
October 9, .1973.at 2 o'clock, p .m., in view of the matter of 7.3'.-EIR- 25'.on the EQAA agenda of this date
being related thereto 
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Al Ian R. Flaeschel from Planning Commission Denial of Request for
Setback Adjusts on Property Located on the South Side of Del Norte Drive, Approximately 443 Feet East
of Mendocino Drive, Goleta,. Third District.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposats; the Affi(:favit of Pub I ication
being on file with the Clerk;
September 24, 1973 
The Planning Commission submitted the zohing report dated September i.2,  1973 for consideration
by the Board.on the subject denial for adjustments under the provisions of Article X, Section 2 {a) (4)
and Section 4 to allow an addition to the existing residence ten feet from the rear property line, instead
of 25 feet minimum required; and 6'0"'from the side property line, instead of 618 11 minimum required
on subject property .
T he Planning Director showed the property on the screen transparency as wet I as the Plot
Plan itself . .
Under certain circumstances, the Department can approve and adjust them down to 15. feet
instead of 1.0'. feet, providing there .is open area over and above other requirements. 
In .this instance, it was already bu'ilt and be'ing used wheh it came to the attention of the
Planning Department and, as ind icated in the Staff and Zoning Reports, the recommendation of the Staff
was for denia l on the basis.that the County would be a party to approving a violation of deed restrictions;
and that the violation be refer:-red to the Zoning Investigator to abate all violations. Also, there.no unusual
circumstances to warrant approval.
The deed restrictions specified that the rear yard shat I not be less than 15. ft. and the side
yards being not less than 10 ft . from the property line.
A family room addition has been constructed on the rear of the existing dwelling located
10 ft  from the rear property tine and 6 ft. from the side line along the west boundary. The lot is 67 ft .
by 100 ft . . The addition is 20 ft. by 32 ft. in size, but only 15. ft  by 32 ft. encroaches into the rear yard
setback, and 4 ft. by 5 ft. encroaches into the side yard setback. The average rear yard setback is 16  5
ft.
The Planning Director stated that there was a question of the use of the additional room as
to kitchen with .cooking fac;ilities . The applicant had made the statement that he would have these removed
and would not rent it as a separate unit.
Attor.ney J. Marc .McGinnes, representing the applicant, refer:-red to page 3 of the Zoning 
Report,. where it was indicated that this is an area where other Variances had been approved. The Planning
Director stated that before .structures were built, sometimes there would be 15 ft. setback instead of
25 ft. He felt the County should not have approved these Variances in the past and enforced the 25 foot
setback.
There are .unusual circumstances in this case that would merit the Board's approval. This
c nstruction was added on because of a deman . o increase the living space of this home, which was
purchased in .1961  The addition was made in 1966 and since this is a smal I lot, he had added this on
and was completely unaware.of any requirements on setbacks. He said there was the lone complaining
neighbor and the one to the rear of his property that did not object, ~nd had offer:-ed to quitclaim some
property to him if tt1at would help. The person who.had made the complaint, had helped build this addition
and this person was consulted when this was bui It and he was advised to make sure not to get any closer
than 1 o. feet . .
He refer:-red to the comment contained in said report by Commissioner Bratt, who said that
if it were .a farnily room, she would probably approve the Variance, butit is not connected to the main
house.  At the time, there .was another sink in there and another person I iving in the house, but he
said it was never r.ented. That person I ived there .only 'to prevent burglaries.
The applicant has made the recommended changes and has taken out the sink, and has some
lean-to partitions to divide to make a large open enclosure.so this appears to be a farnily room and it
does not seem to be a substantial encroachment on the' rights of s_omeone else.
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In conclusion, Attorney McGinnes requested the Board to make a finding that special circumstance
and hardship do, indeed, warrant the Variance. It woutd require a minimum of $.2,000.uo to $3, ooo.oo 
to tear this down, which is about what the initial investment was on it.
It has been built up to County Code according to the Building Inspector, but he has not
gotten the building permit and is ready to do so when this is cleared up.
Supervisor Frost wondered if some of the rear property were quitclaimed, would there
still .be.2 1.egal tots?. Attorney McGinnes said that that would require a lot split and he has not gone into
too much detail on this.
The Planning Director said that the area of the adjacent rear lot would be between 6 and
7, 000' sq. ft. as wet I as the location of the bui lding on that rear lot, which is fai.rly close to being 25.
feet fr.om the property I ine. If this becomes feasib le to the Board, the recommendation would be reviewed.
He also explained that, as an opinion, he feels that there are a number of o.ther similar
situations in the genera I area, but for one reason or another, have not come to I ight.
Supervisor Slater pointed out that the building is well-constructed and pretty well matches
the original stucco building, but there is really no room behind that structure. The size. of the room
increases the size.of the house by 60%. He is mostly concerned with substandard lots and other people
asking for:- the same, as this would be setting up a precedent.
Miss Susan B. Trescher, Deputy County Counsel, said a zoning violation is a violation
of the ordinance. As long as the building stands, it is in violation. Attorney McGinnes agreed about
not opening this up to other people. Each case should be taken on its own merits and he feels the applicant
was not aware of the requirements and did not act in bad fai.th 

September 24, . 1973 
Supervisor Tunnell inquired as to his reason why the applicant did not originally take out
the building permit. The applicant said he never discussed this with Attorney McGinnes. He just did
not think about it and knew nothing about Variances ~ The only advice he got was from a general building
contractor friend, but this was only about what materials to use, etc. Supervisor Tunnell countered
that the contractor could or should have told him of the.requirements about getting a building permit.
Supervisor Slater was in favor of getting the extra 7 feet for a lot split. It would be the same zoning
and the other person has alot of area to spare for this extra footage.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to October
29, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p .m. to try to work out a solution by possibly quitclaiming some property to the
applicant from the owner of the lot to the rear via a lot split (lot I ine adjustment) .
RE: Presentation by Supervisor Slater of Resolution Proclaiming the.Week of October 7 ~ 13'., '.
1973 as National 4-H Club Week.
Some members of various County 4-H groups made brief statements on subject matter.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution on subject matter was passed and adopted and presented by the group by Supervisor
Slater:
Resolution No. 73-"638. 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Florence F. Jackson from Planning Commission Determination that
Proposed Raising of Hybrid Worms (73-M-44) is not a Permitted Use on Property Located at the End of
La" Paloma Avenue, Goleta, Second District.
This being the date and time set for: hearing on subject proposal; the Affic;:J.avit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
The zoning report from the Planning Commission dated September 19, '. 1.97.3 showed the conclusion
of ttie Commission that the use would be permitted in any agricultural zone and would also be allowed
in the 1- E-1 zone, if it were .strictly for the use of the owner. However, the use would be for a commercial
purpose.
Miss Susan B. Trescher, Deputy County Counsel, explained the ruling which was that
the raising of worms was inconsistent with 1-E-1 zoning under Ordinance No. 661 .". The Board may wish
to amend the ordinance to permit the raising of worms in th rs type of zoning .
Mrs. Jackson appeared in support of her appeal and stated that everyone around has horses
and she uses manure for the cultivation of her worms.
A letter was filed with the Clerk from Mrs. Lois S. Sidenberg in support of subject appeal,
since worm breeding takes up I ittle. space and for: other reasons. 
There being no fur:-ther appearances or written statements for or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, concluded.
It is fur:-ther ordered that the County Counsel be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to prepare a draft of an amendment to Ordinance No. 661 to al low the commercial cultivation of worms
as requested by Mrs. Jackson. This wi 11 require the Planning Commission to hold a noticed public hearing
to permit thi.s and will have to go through the required precedure for: said adoption. This will also necessitate
the matter of filing an application for a conditional use permit to go before the Planning Commission
as a requirement. This may or may not come back to the Board for final approval, bul the whole procedure
will take about ninety days.
RE: Execution of License Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and MacDuff Everton,
John P. Everton, V. Courtland Johnson and Robert J. Roark for Temporary Use of Qld County Road
Yard.on Greenwell Avenue, Summer land area, First District, for Art Workshops at Rate of $.5o. 00' per
Month, Commencing October 1, 1973. 
The Clerk. read a report from Robert D. Curiel, Chief Assistant County Clerk, which stated
that if the rental value of the property is $75.00'or less, the Board can lease the.property to subject
individuals without going out to bid. Supervisor Catterlin alluded to his comments made at the' meeting
of May 14'., 1. 973 ~ when the finding was made from the County Counsel's statement that the value of the
property did not exceed.the rental value of $7'5. 00'.
Supervisor Slater was concerned about the increase in assessed valuation from the time
of the original condition of the property until the lessees made the necessary improvements. A suggestion
was made for: the Right of Way Division to make an appraisal and place a value on the property and come
up with a rental value based on a 6% interest rate. The property was last assessed in 1966 when it was
rented to a local contractor. The Public Works Director said that any bujlding without proper maintenance
decreases in value. Mr. Curiel reported that the appraised value of the property at the present time
is unknown.
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September 24, 1973.  0 90
The Publi.c .Works Director. pointed outthe reasoning in granting this privelge to those individuals
was to live on the property for: purposes of v:andalism and making the necessary repairs .to a Countyowned
building.
Since the figure .of $22,000. 00 was given for the value of the property and buildings in 1966,
Supervisor Catterl in fel.t that more .than $7.5'. oo should be charged for: the use of the property. The Public
Works Director. explained that the value is almost totally in the land. At the time the original lease agreement
as authorizea and executed, the Public Works Director was not requested to make an appraisal .

Supervisor Frost said the real issue is whether or not the Board can let a community make
commercial use of a County-owned piece of land. A finding must be made, and once made, no one could
hallenge it. These men, he said, are the caretakers of the property and do their own work there and
are not working commercially for: anyone else.
Supervisor Catterl in would have no objection to a $50. 00 per month rental for: the use of
the property by the lessees if a.n appraised value is set out as to what the property is worth.
frqm:
The Clerk read correspondence in favor of the execution of a. new agreement for: said licensees
Sique Kuchta, manager of Calarie del Sol, dated September 12', 1973' . .
Brockman Gallery Productions, dated September 11 .,  1973  .
Jacklyn Meek Matthews, dated September , 1973  
Ruth Schaffn~r, .dated September 18., 1. 973:.  
Leonard S. and Sandra L.  Jarrott, dated Sepfember 18'.,  1. 973:. 
Communications were also filed with the Clerk from Frances Hartrey, requesting the rental
of subject road garage building for $1 .00.00 per month, starting October 1, 1973., providing the buildings
meet all necessary governmental standards. Also, one from Kenneth Hall and Esther Yo.ung, requesting
that all points be clarifie.d by the Board so Summer land can have legal use thereof . .
It was explained that the present zoning is 1-E-1, one acre .residential, and that is the basis
for the value of the property. Mr. Curiel said that the present zoning permits accessory uses and
the use of the premises as an artists studio would be an allowable accessory use for themselves as
painting on the premises still does not make it a commercial use. Also, in pointing on the premises
still does not make it a commercial use. Also, in reply to an inquiry, he stated that the' question of
a gift of f1,.1nds as a subsidy for: these men is not befor:e the Board today for consideration.
Larry Scott of S.ummerland said that it is not prper to have a commercial-type of operation
in this particular area. It actually should be an accessory use or home occupation under the zoning.
Should it become an arts and crafts. center later on, there wi 11 be a large number of people congregating
in this area. He actually wasn't opposed to the lease in general, except for refer:ences made to the
later use as a center . .
Supervisor Frost p.ointed out that using the area as a community center is in the future.
It could be very.useful County property. It could later be turned over to the Carpinteria Unified School
District and actually be an offi~ial entity.
The fol,lowing persons appeared in favor of s.ubject proposal:
Claire Chichester. of S.ummerland Realty.
Joe Rudden - he said it could eventually be set up as a community center, ~uch as is used
by the Adult Education people in Santa Barbara with a normal fee attached for arts and crafts. When
it is fel.t n.ecessary to make it a community center, the proper steps will be taken to apply for a conditional
use permit.
Lydia Freeman.
Richard Kent .
Upon motion of S_upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Charrman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
said License Agreement at a rental of $.5o. oo per month, with the same finding the Board made on May
14.,-1973.; that the rental. value of the property is less than $7'5. 00' per month; and the Board passed
and adopted the' following resolution authorizing the execution thereof, .as it can be leased on theba'sis
of the assess valuation for: rental before the-improvements.
Resolution No. 73.-'639
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
It is further ordered that the action taken by the Board of Supervisors .at its meeting of
September 4, .1973.giving 30.days written notice to licencees by Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested
of cancellation of the original License Agreement dated May 10, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, rescinded.
 RE: Appointment of Vocation Advisory Counci I M'embership Replacements for: the' Fourth Supervisorial
District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol.lowing individuals be, and they are hereby, appointed to said council as replacements
for: the Fourth Supervisorial District:
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September 24, . 1973. '.
Dustin W. Griffith
Eugene D . Forbes
(City of Lompoc), Vice G. G. Schuknecht.
(Federal Correctional Institution), Vice John
Chamberlain.
(Reti r ed Deputy Base Manager NASA, VAFB),
Vice Thomas Leigh .
Joseph Schwartz

RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara .and George C. Hodgkins dba
s Computer Mailings, Inc. for: Purchase of Duplicate of Computer T ape Owned by the county Containing
ames and Addresses of Registered Voters in Santa Barbara County, in Payment of $.1so. 00'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
he following r esolution was passed and adopted , authorizing the execution of s.ubject agreement:
Resolution No. 73-'640.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Upon motion the Board adjourned sine jie.
The for:egoing Minutes are hereby approved .

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' ' I , '
. . . BEATTIE, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
ATTEST:
J. E. LEWI , County Clerk
HOWARD C. MEN
Assistant County Clerk
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, October 1, . 1973, at 9:30. o 'clock, a.m .
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, James M .
Slater, Francis H . Beattie, and Curtis
Tunnell; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Charles F. Catterl in
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Mr . Charles Cooper, . Society .of Friends, fol lowed by the Pledge
of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of September 24, 1973 Meeting .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of September 24, . 1973 meeting be dispensed with,
and the minutes appr oved, as submitted.

October 1 , . 1973 0 9 /
RE: Appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning Commission Denial of Request
for Adoption of an Ordinance (73-RZ-28} Amending Ordinance No. 661, '. Rezoning from the Pl-Professional
and Institutional Zone to the DR-12, . Design Residential District to Allow 72 .Dwelling Unit Condominium
Development with Related Recreational and Service Facilities, with Reference to 72-GP-36', Solvang
Area, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 29, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a pub I ic hearing on appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning
Commission denial of request for adoption of an ordinance (73-RZ-28) amending Article IV of Ordinance
No. 661 of t_he County of Santa Barbara, as amended, rezoning from the Pl-Professional and Institutional
Zone to the DR-12., Design Residential District to allow 72 dwelling unit condominium development
with related recreational and service facilities as per plans on file with the County Planning Department
(Case No. 72.-CP-125), for property described as an approximate 9 acre portion of Assessor's Parcel
No. 139-030-62, located on the northwesterly side of Highway 246 easterly and southerly of Santa
Y~ez Valley Hospital, Solvang Area, Third Supervisorial District, with reference to (72-GP-36);
denial on the basis that the proposed rezoning is not consistent with the General Plan; and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation,
as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Construction of Channel Grading & Storm
between Quail Valley Road and Deer Trai I Place, West of Santa Ynez, Santa Barbara County.
No. 31 .09.4)
Sewer
(Job
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Di rector of Transportation for subject
proposal be, and the same are hereby, appr,oved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, October 18, 1973. at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the
same is hereby, set as the date and time for opening of bids on subject proposal in the Board of
Supervisors Conference Room, County Administration Building, and that notice be given by publication
in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed Proposals wi II be received at the Office of the Clerk - Board of Supervisors,
County Administration Building, Santa Barbara, Califo~nia, until 3: oo p.m. on the 18th day of October,
1973, or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, California.
Bids will then be publicly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor
of the County Administration Building located on the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read
aloud on said day at said place on or about said time for:
CONSTRUCTION OF
CHANNEL GRADING & STORM SEWER
BETWEEN
QUAIL VALLEY ROAD & DEER TRAIL PLACE
West of Santa Ynez
Job No. 31 '09.4
Bids are required for:- the entire work described therein. Plans, specifications and
proposal forms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Offic.e of t.he Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for
bidding may be purchased therefrom for FIVE DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not to be refunded.
No bid will be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein referred to.
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California (Amended
by Statutes 1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 1969) the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy
of the same being on file at the Office of the Clerk of t_he Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certifieo check, a cashier's check or bid bond in
the amount of ten percent (10%) of t.he total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara
as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, wi 11 enter into a contract for the performance
thereof satisfactory to said Board of Supervisors.
The successful bidder shall be required to guarantee the performance of this contract
by a "Faithful Performance Bond" in the sum of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and
a "Contractor's Bond" in the sum of fifty percent (50%) of the contract bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive
technical errors and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code.
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October 1, 1973.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal
examination of the location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the
actual conditions and requirements of the work, and shall not at any time after submission of the bid,
dispute, complain, or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount
of work to be done. 11
By order of the Board. of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 1st day of October,
1973 
J.E. LEWIS
Clerk of t.he Board of Supervisors
By: . 'HOWARD c .' MEN'ZEL '(S'EAL)' .
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara, State of California and the
City of Santa Maria Detailing Conditions for lnstal lation of Traffic Control and Related Safety Improvements
for Intersection of State Highway Route 166 and Blosser Road.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted :
 Resolution No. 73-'641  
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Southern Pacific. Transportation
Company for Installation of Two Flashing Light Grade Crossing Signals Equipped with Automatic
Gate Arms, at an Estimated Cost of $30',600.00',' with the County to Pay Half, Half of which is Reimbursable
by the Public Utilities Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
the Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and the Southern Pacific Transportation Company
for the installation of two flashing light grade crossing signals equipped with automatic gate arms,
at an estamated cost of $30.,600.00, with the County to pay one half, one half of which is reimbursable
by the Public Utilities Commission upon completion of the work, Union Sugar Avenue Crossing No.
EH - 307.6, per recommendation of the Director of Transportation.
RE: Application for Allocation of Funds from the Public Utilities Commission for Participation.
in Crossing Protection, Southern Pacific Company (Union Sugar Avenue Crossing No. EH-307'. 6).
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor T unnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-'642
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Relinquishment of Abutter's Rights of Access, Edison Street, Santa Ynez, Third District,
from Bertram P. and Ruth Husband, Dated September 1 s, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject Relinquishment of Abotter's Rights .on Edison Street, Santa Ynez, Third
Supervisorial District be, and the same is hereby, accepted; and it is further ordered that the Clerk
be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record subject document in the Office of the Santa
Barbara County Recorder.
RE: Re.lease of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 34ir. "
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol lowing road improvement bond for Tract #11 ', 344 be released as to al I future
acts and conditions, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
Federal Insurance Company, as Surety - Vandenberg. Village Development Company, as
Principal, for Bond No. 8053- 46-04, dated February 23,'. 1972, in the amount of $13,'500.00.
Copies to Transportation, Vandenberg Village Development Company, Penfield & Smith, Bonding Company
and File.
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October 1 , . 1973 0 9?
RE: Appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning Commission Denial of Request
for Adoption of an Ordinance (73-RZ-28) Amending Ordinance No. 661, . Rezoning from the Pl-Professional
and Institutional Zone to the DR-12., . Design Residential District to Allow 72.Dwel ling Unit Condominium
Development with Related Recreational and Service Faci I ities, wi th Reference to 72-GP-36, Solvang
Area, Third District.
Upon motion of Super v isor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, October 29, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m . be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning
Commission denial of request for adoption of an ordinance (73-RZ ~28)  amending Article IV of Ordinance
No. 661 oft.he County of Santa Barbara, as amended, rezoning from the Pl-Professional and Institutional
Zone to the DR- 12., Design Residential Distri ct to al low 12: dwelling unit condominium development
with r elated recreational and service facilities as per p lan s on fi le with the County .Planning Department
(Case No. 72.-CP- 125) , for property described as an approximate 9 acre portion of Assessor's Parcel
No. 139-030-62, located on the northwesterly side of Highway 246 easterly and southerly of Santa
Y~ez Valley Hospital, Solvang Area, Third Supervisorial District, with reference to (72-GP-36);
denial on the basis that the proposed rezoning is not consistent with the General Plan; and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general c irculation,
as fol.lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Construction of Channel Grading & Storm
between Quai I Valley Road and Deer Trail Place, West of Santa Ynez, Santa Barbara County.
No. 31.09.4)
Sewer
(Job
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specif ications submitted by the Director of Transportation for subject
proposal be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, October 18, 1973. at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the
same is hereby, set as the date and t ime for opening of bids on subject proposal in the Board of
Supervisors Conference Room, County Administration Building, and that notice be given by publication
in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as fol lows, to- wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
Sealed Proposals wi II be r eceived at the Office of the Clerk - Board of Supervisors,
County Administration Building, Santa Barbara, California, until 3: oo p.m. on the 18th day of October,
1973,' or mailed to J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Post Office Drawer CC, Santa Barbara, Cal ifornia.
Bids wi II then be pub I icly opened in the Board of Supervisors Conference Room on the Fourth Floor
of the County Administration Building located on the corner of Anacapa and Anapamu Streets and read
aloud on said day at said place on or about said time for:
CONSTRUCTION OF
CHANNEL GRADING & STORM SEWER
BETWEEN
QUAIL VALLEY ROAD & DEER TRAIL PL.ACE
West of Santa Ynez
Job No. 31 '09.4
Bids are required for:- the entire work. described therein. Plans, specifi cations and
proposal forms for bidding on said work may be obtained only at the Offic.e of the Director of Transportation,
County Court House, Santa Barbara, California. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for
bidding may be purchased therefrom for FIVE DOLLARS per set, said purchase cost not to be refunded.
No bid will be considered which is not in accordance with or on the forms herein referred to.
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California (Amended
by Statutes 1968, Chapter 699, Paragraph 1, operative July 1, 1969) the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Santa Barbara has directed the publishing of the prevailing rate of wages with a copy
of the same being on f ile at the Office of the Clerk of t.he Board of Supervisors.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, a cashier's check or bid bond in
the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total of the bid, made payable to the County of Santa Barbara
as a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, wi 11 enter into a contract for the performance
thereof satisfactory to said Board of Supervisors.
The successful bidder shall be required to guarantee the perfor:-mance of this contract
by a "Faithful Performance Bond" in the sum of qne hundred percent (100%) of the contract bid, and
a "Contractor's Bond" in the sum of f ifty percent (50%) of the contract b id .
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive
technical errors and discrepancies, if to do so seems to best serve the public interest.
No bid will be accepted from a Contractor who has not been licensed in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 9, Division 111 of the Business and Professions Code.
October 1, . 1973 
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: "bidders must satisfy themselves by personal
examination of t.he location of the proposed work and by such other means as they prefer as to the
actual conditions and requirements of the work, and shall not at any time after submission of the bid,
dispute, complain, or assert that there was any misunderstanding in regard to the nature or amount
of work to be done. 11
By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, made this 1st day of October,
1973 
J. E. LEWIS
Clerk of t.he Board of Supervisors
By:  HOWARD c. MEN"ZEL "(SEAL)" .
Assistant County Clerk
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara, State of California and the
City of Santa Maria Detailing Conditions for lnstal lation of Traffic Control and Related Safety Improvements
for Intersection of State Highway Route 166 and Blosser Road.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-641 
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Southern Pacific. Transportation
Company for Installation of Two Flashing Light Grade Crossing Signals Equipped with Automatic
Gate Arms, at an Estimated Cost of $30,600.00, with the County to Pay Half, Half of which is Reimbursable
by the Public Utilities Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
the Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and the Southern Pacific Transportation Company
for the installation of two flashing light grade crossing signals equipped with automatic gate arms,
at an estamated cost of $30, 600. 00, with the County to pay one half, one half of which is reimbursable
by the Public Uti I ities Commission upon completion of the work, Union Sugar Avenue Crossing No.
EH-307.6, per recommendation of the Director of Transportation.
RE: Application for Allocation of Funds from the Public Utilities Commission for Participation .
in Crossing Protection, Southern Pacific Company (Union Sugar Avenue Crossing No. EH-307'. 6).
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-642
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Relinquishment of Abutter's Rights of Access, Edison Street, Santa Ynez, Third District,
from Bertram P. and Ruth Husband, Dated September 1 a, 1973'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject Relinquishment of Abotter's Rights .on Edison Street, Santa Ynez, Third
Supervisorial District be, and the same is hereby, accepted; and it is further ordered that the Clerk
be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record subject document in the Office of the Santa
Barbara County Recorder.
RE: Release of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 34.lr. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol lowing road improvement bond for Tract #11 , 344 be released as to al I future
acts and conditions, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
Federal Insurance Company, as Surety - Vandenberg Village Development Company, as
Principal, for Bond No . 8053-46-04, dated February 23,". 1972, in the amount of $13,"Soo.oo.
Copies to Transportation, Vandenberg Village Development Company, Penfield & Smith, Bonding Company
and File.

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RE: Release of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 511. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following road improvement bond for Tract #11 ',511 be released as to all future
acts and conditions, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
Federal Insurance Company, as Surety - East Valley Ranch Company, Inc, as Principal,
for Bond No. 80566102, dated November 11., 1972'., . in the amount of $23, 500. 00 
RE: Releasing 15% Balance of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #1O'.,699, Unit 3 upon Expiration
of One-year Guarantee Period Required under Ordinance No. 13'5"8.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the 15%balance of the following road improvement bond for Tract #10',699,  unit
3 be, and the same is hereby, released as to al I future acts and conditions, as recommended by the
Road Commissioner; the one-year guarantee period required under Ordinance No. 13'5'8 having expired:
Fireman's Fund American Insurance Company, as Surety -Meeker Development Company,
as Principal, for Bond No. SC-707 40 57, dated October 2, 1970, in the amount of $1.07', 000".00
RE: Releasing 15% Balance of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 36'8 upon Expiration of
One-Year Guarantee Period Required under Ordinance No. 13'5'8.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the fol lowing road improvement bond for Tract #11 ., 36'8 be, and
the same is hereby, released as to al I future acts and conditions, as recommended by the Road Cor'nmissio er;
the one-year guarantee period required under Ordinance No. 13'5'8 having expired:
American Motorists Insurance Company, as Surety - Puente Associates, a Ltd. Partnership
and Clarence E. Minnerly, as Principal, for Bond No. 1S'M 160 944, . in the amount of
$2'4., 000.00', ' dated October 6, 1971".
RE: Releasing 15% Balance of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 469 and Acceptance of
Bond to be Substituted for that 15% of the Original Bond.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bond to be substituted for the remaining 15% of the original bond be, and
the same is hereby, accepted; and the remaining 15% of the original bond be, and the same is hereby,
released as to all future acts and conditions, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
Great American Insurance Company, as Surety - Simonsen-LeMons Development Company,
as Principal, releasing Bond No. 618'5852 ', . dated June 28,  1972'.,  in the original amount
of $1'8., 500'. 00 and substituting Bond No. 618'5852-A for the original 15% of said bond.
RE: Request for Review and Approval of the Traffic Engineering Committee Summary of
Proceedings, September 18'., 1973:."
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the actions taken in the Santa Barbara County Traffic Engineering Committee Summary
of Proceedings be, and the same are hereby, approved.
RE: Execution of Joint Powers Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and the City
of Santa Maria for Exercise of Subdivision, Planning and Building Powers over a Parcel of Lahd
Owned by the Santa Maria Public Airport District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervieor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73 . 643 '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and David Bayha to give
Necessary Instruction in a Juvenile Traffic School, Santa Ynez.
Upon moti9n of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73;644 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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October 1, . 1973 
RE: Resolution Amending Contract with J. W. Bailey Construction Co. for Alterations
to the Administration Building Basement, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-.645.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Approving Final Quantities of Work Perfoi:m.ed, qnd Material Supplied,
for Construction of Kellogg Open Space, Tennis Court .Construction, Sahta Barbara .County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73;646
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Filing Notice of Completion for Kellogg Open Space Tennis Court Construction, Santa
Barbara County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to file Notice of Completion for the work of constructing Kellogg Open Space Tennis Court Construction,
Santa Barbara County, California, on Property owned by the County of Santa Barbara west of
Cathedral Oaks Road, Santa Barbara, by Conco General Engineering Contractors.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to record said Notice of Completion in the Office of the County Recorder of Santa Barbara County.
RE: Filing Notice of Completion for Restroom Addition, Lompoc Memorial Building, Lompoc,
Santa Barbara County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to file Notice of Completion foi: construction of the Restroom Addition, Lompoc Memorial Building,
Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California, by Holger Pohls.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to record said Notice of Completion in the Office of the County Recorder of Santa Barbara County.
RE: Filing Notice of Completion for Waller Park Baseball Field Grading, Sprinkler System,
Planting and Maintenance, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to file Notice of Completion for the work of Waller Park Basebal I Field Grading, Sprinkler System,
Planting and Maintenance, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara County, California, by Heather.wood Landscaping,
Inc.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to record said Notice of Completion in the Office of the County Recorder of Santa Barbara County.
RE: Acceptance of Easement Deed from John Roger La Franche in Favor of the Laguna
County Sanitation District, Folio No. 600', ' Parcel No. 1 ."1 ; . without Monetary Consideration.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimou sly,
it is ordered that the Easement Deed from John Roger La Franche in favor of the Laguna County
Sanitation District for a pressure effh,.1ent line over the subject property, Fifth Supervisorial District,
dated September 11 ., . 1973: be, and the same is hereby accepted, without monetary consideration
(Folio No. 600) .
RE: Resolution Authorizing the Director of the Department of Resources & Collections to
Institute the Necessary Proceedings in Smal I Claims Court to Recover Monies Owed the County
for Damages to County Road Property and to County-owned Vehicles .

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Upon motion of Supervisor Slater:, $econded by Supervisor Tunnel I, ;)nd carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-'647
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of ~el ease of Al I County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting
from Vehicu lar Accident, in the Amount of $58.64.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is order ed that the Chairman and Clerk. be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute a Release of all County .claims for:- damages to County property resu lting fr.om a vehicular
accident, as follows:
Agnes McGuire - for accident on Bradley Road, on September
30; 1969, in the amount of $5.8. 65'
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be,
and he is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft .received in fut.I settlement therefor
th the Road Fund .
RE: Request of Administrative Officer for Waiver of Street Lighting Requirements for Various
Lot Splits.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of t.he Administrative Offi~.er for waiver of the street lighting provisions
as contained in County street I ighting Resolution No. 69-507' for:- the fol.lowing Lot Splits be, and
they are hereby, approved; it having been determined that the installation of street lights in that
area, at this time, would not be in keeping with the established neighborhood pattern for street
I ighting:
a) Lot Split No. 11.,855,1 Fifth District
b) Lot Split No. 11'.,891, . Los Alamos Area
c) Lot Split No. 11.,924,: First District
RE: Request of Supervisor Frost for Approval of Expenditure of not more. than $9'0. 00
for:- Dinner Business Meeting with Two Planning Commissioners & Carpinteria-Summerland General
Plan Advisory Committee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, dropped from the agenda, per Supervisor
Frost's request.
. .
RE: Recommendation of County Counsel and the Tax Collector for Denial of Claim filed
Against the County by Charles W. & Ste I la S. Adkins for Tax Penalty Refund.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I; and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Counsel and Tax Collector for denial of claim
filed against the County .by Charles W. & Stella S. Adkins for tax penalty refund be, and the
same is hereby, confirmed, on the basis that the Revenue and Taxation Code does not authorize.
the cancellation of a penalty for late payment of taxes when such payment, although deposited
in the mail on or before the delinquency date, is never received by the Tax Col lector (Section
2512., Revenue and Taxation Code) .
RE: Recommendation from the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for:- Denial of Claim against the County Filed by Sunset Chevrolet in the Amount of $1'67.65.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the recommendation from the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance
Carrier for denial of claim filed against the County by Sunset Chevrolet, which went before the
Board on June 11 ., 1973 ~ '. in the amount of $1'67.64 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, as
there is no legal liability on the part of the County.
Copies to Director of Specia l Services, County Counsel, Claimant, Insurance Carrier and File.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Deposit of $6'00'. '00 Bond for Irrigation
System and La'ndscape Plantings, Sierra .Ventures Apartment Bui I ding, 357 Mathi rda Drive, Goleta.
102
October 1 , . 1973" 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond,
in the amount of $6'00.00, fo~ landscaping and irrigation system, for Sierra Ventures Apartment
Building, 357 Mathilda Drive, Goleta, Assessor's Parcel No . 79:.554-19. be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed.
RE: Approving Applications for Appointment to Medical Staff ~s Requested by Santa Barbara
General Hospital Administrator.
Upon motion of Supervisor S later, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is .ordered that the- request of t.he Santa Barbara .General Hospital Administrator to .approve
the fo l.lowing appl~cations for appointment to the Medical Staff .oe:, and the same is hereby,  approved:
a) Dr . . E. Marie Courtelyou
b) Dr. David M. Swimmer
c) Dr. Donald E. Lindblad
RE: Ordinance No. 2481  - An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara Amending Section
No. 008 of Ordinances Nos . 2445'. and 2447, as Amended, being the Salary Ordinances of the County
of Santa Barbara.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by. Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2481  of the County of Santa Barbara, entitled "An
Ordinance oft.he County of Santa Barbara Amending Section No . 008' of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and
2447'., . as Amended, being the Salary Ordinances of the County of Santa Barbara.
Upon the roll being called, the fol.lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J . Frost, James M. Slater, Francis
H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I
NOES: None ABSENT: Charles F. Catterl in
RE: Request from Avco Community Developers, Inc., Tract #11 ','467, that Notice of Appeal
from Decision of Regional Commission on Permit Application be Taken Off Calender of the California
Coastal Zone Conservation Commisstion.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, placed on fi le.
RE: Receipt of Letters of Appreciation from Los Padres National Forest Supervisor and
Santa Barbara . Symphony Association.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor T unnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject letters .on appreciation be, and they are hereby, p laced on fi le.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged oamages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following claims against the County for a lleged damages be, and the same
are hereby, referred to County Counsel, Insurance Carrier and the Director of Special Services:
a) Marie D. McPhee and William Patrick McPhee - $1 '57,404.90
b) Kenneth A. Stringer - $2'5,200.00'. '
RE: Release of Rider to Oil Drilling Bond.
Pursuant to the request of the County Petroleum Administrator, and in accordance
with . the provisions contained in Ordinance No. 1927; 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following oil drilling bond be, and the same is hereby, released as to all
future acts and conditions:
Shell Oil Company - Travelers Indemnity Company, for Bond No. S-30'5, covering
well "Lloyd W.D. #1 11 , County Permit No. 335-_

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RE: Recommendation of County .Petroleum Administrator to Approve Rider to Oil Drilling
Bond .
Pursuant to the recommendation of the County Petroleum Administrator, and in accordance
with the provisions of Ordinance No. 1927; 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol.lowing rider to an oil drilling bond be, and the' same is hereby, approved:
Union Oil Company - United Pacific Insurance Company, for Bond No. 31"1067, covering
well "Jim Hopkins #71X-1 11
, County Permit No. 38"58. 
Copies to Petroleum Administrator and File.
RE: Reports and Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol.lowing reports and communications be, and the same are hereby, placed
on file:
a) Auditor-Controller audit of Agricultural Department for January. 1, . J 973 . through
December 31", . 1972:.
b) Report & Recommendations of Special Masters on Reapportionment in the Supreme
Court of the State of Cal ifor:nia.
RE: Communications fr"qm Planning Commission for: Information Only.
The following communications were received by the Board from the Planning Commission,
for infor:mation only, and ordered placed on file:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Santa Y~ez Valley Kiwanis Club
(73i-CP-28} to. validate existing service club signs on the south side of State Highway 246. approximately
900' ft. west of 5th Street, Solvang; and at the northwest corner of State Highway 246 and Alamo
Pintado Road, Solvang, Fifth District.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Maureen A. Kelly (73 .-CP-69) to
allow use oft.railer as single family dwelling for full-time farm employees at 5558' Stillwell Road,
Orcutt, Fourth District.
c) Denied request of Michael Towbes (72-RZ-81~ . for adoption of an ordinance rezoning
from the 8-R-1-0 to DR-12". on property located at the southwest corner of Winchester Canyon Road
and proposed Cathedral Oaks Road, Goleta, Third District.
RE: Maximum Tax Rates for County Funds and Special Districts under the Board.of Supervisors
Pursuant to AB 200'8 and Selection of FY 197"1:1972 or 1972i-1973' for Determination of Maximum Rate.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 9, '. 1.973"when a
joint report will be subrriitted to the Board.fr.om the.Administrative Offi~.er and Auditor on subject
matter.
Supervisor Catterlin present at this time.
RE: Nominations from Supervisors of Members and Alternate Members to be Appointed to Serve
on the Newly-Established "Assessment Appeals Board" which shall Constitute the Board of ~qua I ization
for Santa Barbara .Coun-ty.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 9, 1973:when each
of ttie five Supervisors will submit the names of the nominees to serve on said Board.
RE: Report and Recommendation from Public Works Director and Agricultural Commissioner
Relative to Procedure to be fol lowed in the Study of Agriculture in County as Requested by the Santa
Barbara .County Farm Bureau.
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October 1 , . 1973. 
The Clerk read the letter from the Agricu ltural Commissioner, which requested a continuance
to October 29:, 1973.'Cn the progress report, inasmuch as he needs more time to coordinate with Livingston
and Blayney as to how much t hey plan to do in connection with the comprehensive planning program .
A communication was a lso received from the Santa Barbara County Water Agency, r ecommending
that the Board immediately undertake a study of potential of agriculture throughout the whole County .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimous ly, 
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29', .1973 . .
RE: Appointments to Senior Cit izens Advisory.Commission.
Upon motion of S_upervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carri ed unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is he reby, continued to October 15'., 1973' to al low
more time to secure the names from Supervisor Catterlin , Supervisor Slater, and Supervisor Tunne ll .
RE : Communication from Joseph T . Blanchard Regarding Placement of Soft Drink Machines
in County Buildings.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer
for r eport back on October 1 5., 1973:. .
RE: Brief S.ummary .of Santa Maria Mental Health Services from Menta l Health Advisory Boa rd.
Re.fer:ence was made to the minutes of the Santa Barbara Mental Hea lth Advi sory. Board
meeting , he ld on September 14., -. 1973., to review the Santa Maria Mental Health Services. Contained
therein was the r ecommendation of the Mental Health Advisory. Board, through {he Board of Supervisor s,
for a contract a rrangement with the Marion Hospital in Santa Maria and the Lompoc Hospita l District
in Lompoc, for patients who qua I ify for 72 --hour hold or who are in need of acute car e on a voluntary
admission.
It was stated that the Santa Maria Hospital is out because 'they do not have an attending
physician and the County would have to suppl y the medical d octor.
Supervisor Tunnel I stated that there are four or five d octor s who spend a g r eat deal
of time attending other patients. He wondered if this statement is completely accurate. If the County
cou ld take care of tnem at the Santa Maria Hospital as a County facility at County expense, the effort
should be made to do so.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catter l in, and carri ed unanimous ly,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 15'., 1973. at the request
of Supervisor Tunnell , and the matter referred for ful'.'ther study and con sultation between the Administrative
Offi~_er, the Santa Maria Hospita l Administrator and s taff 9nd submit a r eport on sa id date 
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions (Public Works - Surveyor , Effective October 8, 1.-973) '.
Upon motion of S_u pervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in , and carried unanimously, the
fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73 --648
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disal lowance of Positions and Fixing of Compen sation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions (Data Processing, E;:ffect ive October 15'., 1. 973~ '.
Upon motion of S_upervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catter l in , and carried unanimous ly ;
the fol lowing r esolution was passed and adopted: 
Resolu tion No. 73'r.649 '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts between the.County of Santa Barbara and Child Abuse
Listening Mediation, Inc . (CALM), for Program during FY )973-74.in Amount not to Exceed $2.5,000'.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unan imou s ly,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted to authorize the execution of subject contract:
Resolution No. 73--650
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)


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RE: Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts between the County of Santa Barbara .and Dr. David
Bearman, M.D., for: Program during FY ~973-74 in an Amount not to Exceed $1'2,200.00. '
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73i-'651 .
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Ordinance No. 2482 - An Ordinance Adding a New Article. IV, Entitled "Assessment Appeals
Board" to Chapter 3~', '. Entitled . "Taxation" of the Sahta Barbara .County Code, Establishing an Assessment
Appeals Board. in Santa Barbara .County.
George P. Kading, County Counsel, presented two drafts. of s.ubject ordinance, a first alternate,
dated September 2s., 1973', '.and a second alternate, with the same date. He explained the differ:ences between
the two alternates for the.Board to consider in adopting the ordinance. He pointed out an addition in the
ordinance which states that the only method of appeal from the Assessment Appeals Board shall be through
the Courts. Mr. Kading stated that the State Board of Equalization has no function as far as the local administra
tion is concerned, except as an overlook. This Board shal I consist of three members and two alternates
to serve during their absence or if a conflict of interest is involved. It was decided that the first alternate
draft 9f subject ordinance would be the one adopted with the changes which were discussed .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the Board of Supervisors.passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2482 entitled "An Ordinance Adding a New Article
IV, Entitled "Assessment Appeals Board" to Chapter 32,  E;ntitled "Taxation" of the Santa Barbara County
Code, Establishing an Assessment Appeals Board in Santa Barbara County".
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell .

NOES: None ABSENT: None
It is expected that the Board will meet two days per week for approximately 50 weeks and each
member will receive compensation for a full day of $1 .00'.00 each and $7'0".00 each for less than 4 hours .

RE: Execution of L.etter Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and the Channel Counties
Comprehensive Health Planning Council, as Recommended by the Administrative Officer, to Establish, Develop
and Maintain Comprehensive County-wide Health Planning Activities, and to Stimulate Maximum Use of Health
Resources in the Channel Counties Community, Quring FY ~ 973 .7 4,-. in the Amount of $.11., 639. 00'.'
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted to authorize execution of s.ubject Letter Agreement:
RE:
Resolution No. 73;.652  "
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Cancellation of Meeting of Board qf Supervisors for October 23, 1973".

Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Santa Barbara County for Tuesday, October
23,. 1973-be, and the same is hereby, cancelled, due to the annual convention of the County Supervisors
Association of Cal ifor:nia to be held at Redding.
-
RE: Reorganization of Department of Public Works, as Recommended by the Administrative Officer.
In the report to the Board frqm the Administrativ.e Offi~er, dated September 24', '. 1973:; .there
were .for sections devoted to the reorganization as fol.lows:
1) '. Divides the Department into two major functional areas (facilities management and technical
services), each headed by an Assistant Director of Public Works, who would function as Deputy Director
in his area of responsibility.
2) . Combines all routine administration into Administrative Services Unit.
3) '. Establishes a Plans and Reports Section.
4) '. Combines administrative duties relative to refuse disposal under a reclassified litter control
position.
The Administrative Officer further indicated that a lengthy study was made on this matter with
the Personnel Department, and it has become necessary to reorganize", due to the additional assignments
that have been given to the Pub I ic Works Department .
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October 1, . 1973.
Upon motion of S_upervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Administrative Officer, .as contained in his report to the Board,
dated September 24v.1973, for reorganization of the Department of Public Works be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed.
Attached to said report and recommendation was Exhibit A, which is a Summary of Personnel
Reclassifications and Annual Cost of Proposed Public Works Reorganization.
RE: Ordinance No. 2483-An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara Amending Section Nos. 008 .
and 062 of Ordinance Nos. 2445.and 2447, as Amended, Being the Salary Ordinances of tne County of Santa
Barbara . (New Title. frqm Reorganization of Public Works Department frqm Refu$e Inspector. to Refuse Inspection
Supervisor) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, qnd carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2483, entitled "An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara
Amending Sections Nos. 008 and 062 of Ordinances Nos. 2445.and 2447, . as Amended, Being the Salary Ordinance
of the County of Santa Barbara."
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell.
NOES: None ABSENT: None
This Ordinance shall not become operative until November 5, 1973''
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Offic.er on Proposed Resolution for Statement
of Policy Regarding Hospital Operations.
The Administrative Officer read his report on subject matter, dated September 27, ' 1973, regarding
the adoption of a. resolution setting forth the following four statements of position, with regard to County
Hospital operations:
1) The Board's position with regard to operation of County Hospitals is, that the Santa Barbara
General Hospital and Santa Maria Hospital wi 11 continue current services
2) . County staff will proceed to develop plans for:- alter.ations and consolidation of services at
Santa Barbara General Hospital
3) '. The Board of Supervisors will appoint a Citizens Advisory Committee to deal with the' immediate
problems of delivery of health care.services at both Hospitals.
4) " The County of Santa Barbara wi 11 discontinue the Intern and Resident Training Programs
at Santa Barbara .General Hospital, effe.c;tive June 30. ' 197~" 
In referring to the Intern and Resident Training Program now be'ing conducted by agreement
with Cottage Hospital, it was pointed out that this program has not been entirely satisfactory at the.present
time and it had been reported previously that the program of training interns would be discontinued in June
of 1975, as a result of c.hanging standards by the American Medical Association Council on Education. The
principal problem is the division of training between Cottage Hospital and General Hospital and the lack of
continuity of care for:- the patients using General Hospital.
Some medical doctors are opposed to the discontinuation of the training program with the agrument
that without the training program, the doctors in private practice would withdraw from the active staff, which
could possibly result in loss of accreditation. Perhaps a program should be worked out to recruit a director
of Medical Education and other medical staff.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted to accept the fir.st three statements of position, as contained
in the recommendation of tne Admini strative Officer, as hereinabove-stated, including severa l changes that
were discussed and agreed upon to be contained in paragraph 3 regarding the appointment of a Citizen's
Advisory Committee:
Resolution No. 73-'653 '.
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Paragraph 4 of s.aid proposed resolution for the discontinuance of the training program for interns
and residents ,. effe.c;tive June 30, 1974, was deleted therefrqm.
Discussion ensued on the activities of said Citizen's Advisory Committee, which wil I a working
task force, when appointed. Supervisor Tunnel I felt that there should be some committee members who are
familiar with the problems in the northern part of the County, with regard to Santa Maria Hospital, as there
are differ:-ent problems there, which should not be neglected. Actually, the Committee would be working
in connection with Hospitals, County-wide.


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October 1 , . 1973 
Discussion ensued on the number of n:iembers to be appointed to said Committee as wel I as staff.
Supervisor Catterl in, who volunteered to be chai"rm.an of s.iad c ommittee, pointed out that the Committee
would consist of s.even membe.rs, plus the necessary.staff,  with .each one assigned to specific. aspects of .
a problem, with .the opportunity. to consult with the.medical community and the bu.siness community to get
their view and insight for: both Hospitals. Supervisor Frost said he' is willing to waive his appointment of
any members. He woulcl rather leave it up to supervisor Catterlin for: the South Coast area, in order that
there . wi 11 be adequate North .County .representation.
, Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, $econded by supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Supervisor Catterlin be, and he is hereby, appointed as Chai"rman of said Committee.
He will submit in s.everal weeks, his recommendations as to the.structuring of s.aid c ommittee .
 .I
' I
'RE: . Approval of Request of Chief Probation Offi~.er to Use the Dates of Qctober 29'.and 30: 1973" for
the Yo.utM and G.overnment Confer:ence Instead of the' Original Request Dates of November 5 and 6, 1973". .
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, ~nd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request b.e, and the same is hereby, approved, inasmuch as N.ovember 6, ' 1973: '.
is an election day and wi II be considered a holiday for County employees.
I
RE: Expression of Appreciation frqm J. E. Lewis, County Clerk. fr.om Board.Action Taken on September
24, .1,973:Regarding the Grand Jury.Report on the Operation of the' County Clerk.'s Offi~.e.
Upon motion of S.upervi sor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that subject letter. be, and the same is hereby, placed on fil~ :
RE: Notice of Hearing frqm Califor:nia Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Wildlife .on Proposed
Wilderness Act for: Cal ifor:nia ,. October 1a.,  1973:; .at 9; 30'.a'. m'. , San Diego, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, placed on fil~ :
RE: Ratification of Out-of-State Travel for: Member of Public Works Department, as Recommended
by the Administrative Offi~er. . , .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the authorization, ~s recommended by the.Administrative Offi~.er for: out-of-State travel 
for: J ames E. Bradsberry., ~lectrical inspector of the Pub I ic Works Department, to attend the annual National.
Electrical Code Seminar to be Held in Scottsdale, Arizona fr'qm October 7 through 12.,  1973:, . i.nclusive be,
and the same is hereby., appr.oved.
RE: Awarding Bid on Irrigation and Planting Project for Santa Maria Public Health .Center, Santa
Barbara .County, Cali for:n ia (Estimate of $.22., 500'. 00') '.
The fol.lowing bids were .received and opened at a meeting held on September 27', : 1973   The
roll was called for: those present as representativ.es of the' Departments of County .Counsel, Public Works
and J. E. Lewis, C. lerk  The.Clerk.announced that the Affic. avit of P. ublication was on file. :
Heatherwood Landscaping, Inc. - $1'8., 221.oo
Karleskint-Crum, Inc. - $2 .1. ', 3so.oo 
Linton v. Wei I .:. $1 6, 306. oo 

It appearing that the bid of l,inton V. Well, 1020.van Tranquila, Santa Barbara . California,
is the lowest and best bid .received frqm a responsible bidder; and is satisfac;tory. in accordance with the
notice inviting bids, ~s recommended by the Pub I ic Works Director.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of l,inton V. Wei I; in the amount of $.16., 30.6'. 00' be accepted, and the contract be
awarded to said contractor. on at the price and upon the ter.ms and conditions set for:th .rn said bid (frqm accoun
1930/8~os, Public Works). When the contract has been prepared, t.he' Chai"rman be, and they are hereby,
authorized and directed to execute said contract.
RE: Awarding Bid on Construction of San Antonio Road Equipment Undercrossing, Job No. 407'6'.2
(Estimate of $.29.,47a  oo') .
Th.e fol .lowing bids were .received and opened at a meeting held on September 21, " 1973; . the rol I
was called for: those present as representativ.es of the' Departments of County .Counsel, Transportation and
J. E. Lewis, Clerk. The Clerk.announced that the'Affio.avit of Publication was on file:
108

October 1 , . 1973. 
J. J. Diani Construction Company - $3".1',307. 00
M. J. Hermreck - $3'.1','996. 50
J . Cushman - $55, 990'. 00'
It appearing that the bid of A. J. Diani Construction Company, P. 0. 636', Santa Maria, California,
is the lowest and best bid received frqm a responsible bidder; a.nd is satisfac;tor.y in accordance with the
notice inviting bids, as recommended by the Director of Transportation.
Upon motion of S.upevisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of A. J. Diani Construction Company, in the amount of $.31,307.00 be accepted and
the contract awarded to said contractor at the price and upon the' te'r.m.s and conditions set forth in said bid.
When the contract has been prepared, that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized
and directed to execute said contract.
RE: Official Naming of Certain Road Known as "Wyant Road", Montecito, First District (72-RN-6).
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Director of Transportation to
set a hearing on resolution of intention to officially name certain road in Montecito, First Supervisorial District,
"Wyant Road", since the affected eight property owners have 100%' requested that this be accomplished.
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RE: Presentation by EXXON Oi I Corporation on Informational Program.
This is in view of the hearings to be held in Santa Barbara this week by the U. S. Department
of Interior, regarding the Santa Ynez unit and prel iminary EIR plans for Channel oil dril.ling, in which EXXON
is seeking a Federal permit to erect 940' platform in 850' water off Refugio in the Santa Barbara Channel
area . Le's Burkett, local representative of EXXON Oil Corporation, made a presentatJon and showed color
film of the operation and also presented Jerry D. Bullock, production manager of the western division (includes
Alaska area) .
The technological and human hazards for operation at record depths and environmental danagers,
including containment and clean up, were elaborated upon. It will take two or three years to produce reserves
in the Channel without jeopardizing the environmental quality and beauty of the area. The treatment facilities
location, which is not a refinery, is located approximately 21' miles inland, in a remote canyon beyond Capitan
oil field, for which the Company has acquired over 1500 acres for a 15-acre site to remove produced water.
Mr. Phi II ip Verleger, legal attorney for EXXON, stated that there is no plan contingency for
off-.shore storage externally - this is a floating facility for treatment of oil and to move on to market. They
would not have to give up the platform, should the Coastal Commission deny application for expansion of
the on-shore fac;i I ity.
Since this matter is on the agenda for discussion only, no official action was taken, as to the
aspects of subject presentation.
RE: Presentation of Statement of Supervisor Slater, Oesignated by the Board as Spokesman on Behalf
of the County of Santa Barbara Regarding Oil Drilling Hearings this Week in Santa Barbara, by U. S .'Department
of Interior Officials on Preliminary Impact Report from EXXON Application for Approved EIR for Santa Barbara
Channel Oil Drilling Plans (Santa Ynez Unit off Refugio).
Supervisor Tunnel I , in referring to the nine-page statement compiled by Supervisor Slater,
reiterated that it was not necessary to appoint Supervisor Slater as spokesman on this week's U. S. Department
of Interior hearings, particularly if the general consensus of the whole Board is not unanimous on the general
County statement prepared by him.
Supervisor Tunnel made a motion to disapprove the statement to be presented, but later removed
this motion; there was no second.
It was the general consensus of the members of the Board of Supervisors that subject statemer:'t
be studied further by al I Board members and take this matter up again before adjournment of today's meeting.
RE: Recommendation of Assistant County Surveyor for Approval of Final Map of Tract #11 ',718,  Located
East of Orcutt, Along Telephone Road, between Clark.Avenue and Betteravia Road, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
The map has been found to be technically correct, conforms to the approved Tentative Map or
any approved alterations thereto, and it comp I ies with al I applicable laws and regulations.
All departments concerned with the processing of subdivision maps have certified that the Final
Map is ready for Board approval and that al I required cash deposits and bonds have been deposited with 
the County Clerk. A letter is on file from the developer, wherein he agrees to all conditions required by
al I departments and other pub I ic agencies concerned.
The Board further recommended, in its determination, that the signature of the Pacific Gas & 
Electric Company, owners of an easement lying within the Tract, not be required, per Section 11587 (a) on
the Subdivision Map Act, inasmuch as the easement cannot ripen into a fee.

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Octobe:r 1 , . 1973.  109
The County Health Department has approved the final plans for: the complete water system of
East Valley Farm subdivision for: subject Tract and the County Clerk has indicated that a surety performance
bond has been posted in the amount r equired to guarantee the construction of s.aid water system. Sewage
disposal for: such subd ivi sion will be by private sewage fac;ilities on each parcel instal.led to the sati sfaction
I
of t!le Santa Barbara .County Building Official, in confor:mity w ith.al l applicable rules, regulations and standard .
Since the Tentative Map was approved on February 20, 1973 ~ '. the Final Map can be fit~ within
the time allowed, since the Tract has complied with the conditions imposed by the Cali fornia Environmental
Quality Act of 1_970, since the project (72-EIS- 13) was approved by EQAA on January 29, 1973  
The County Surveyor's Certificate has been executed on the original tracings, as provided in
Section 11 593 .of t!le California Business and Profe$sions Code .  

RE: Re.commendation of Planning Commission to Approve Request of Arthur C. Green (73,V-48)
to Approve Rear Ya_rd Variances at 960 Chelham Way, Montecito, First District, under Ordinance No. 453 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation from the request of Mr. Green, be, and the same is hereby, confirme ,
as fol.lows, on the basis that other property owners .in the vicinity were granted rear yard variances
when their properties were under identica l zoning; and subject to the fol.lowing condit ions:
1) . That the appli cant shall eradicate the existing lot line between his two parcels within
90 days afte_r approval of the Variance by the Board.
2) . Under provisions of Section 10 and 6-R-1 District Classification of Ordinance No. 453,'.
validation is granted for a room addition to the existing residence 7 fe~t frqm the rear yard property
line, instead of 25.feet minimum required; and
3) '. A covered and enclosed patio one foqt frqm the rear property line, instead of t!le 25. '
feet minimum required.
Property is identified as Assessor's Parcel No. 13:-'131'-06', located on the south side of Chelham
Way, 1201 .north of Dawl ish Place, and known as 960 Chet ham Way, Montecito, First Supervisorial District.
RE: Planning Department Report on Estimated Economic Effec;ts of a_n Interim Zoning Ordinance.
Subject written report r eferred to the Summary, dated July 18'., - 197 3 ~ '. on the economic effects
on Santa Barbara .County of an amended County zoning Ordinance and General Plan prepared for the
County Planning Department by Frederick R. Schremp, in conjunction with H. Buchalter, and A. Nakazawa.
Mr. Schremp indicated that they had been commissioned by the Planning Department to
determine the effects of this interim ordinance. Mr. Schremp went into a detailed summary of subject
report, as to the state-ment of the problem, which concentrated on the effec;ts fo1,Jnd in employment income,
populat ion and housing .
Under assumptions, the direct effe.ct of t!le proposed amendment will be in the reduction
of new structures within the County. Public projects will not be affected by the amendment. The employment
areas directly. affected, such as when jobs are lost by reduced bui lding, will be in three key sectors -
contruction trade industry, building material suppliers and building material manufacturers.
The only rezonings to be considered are non-residential; non-commercial /ir:idustrial to
commercial /ir:idustrial and less intensive to more intensive land use.
Mr . . Fairburn., representin.g the local builders .and trade indu,stry, rnade, his presentation
on the contents of subject survey, pointing out amounts of l9ss to construction workers t hrough their
jobs per year, depending upon what further develops.
At this point, Supervisor Frost commended the people who prepared the study, as it is
a very interesting exampld of how complex studies can be done for a lot less than the high chanrges
sometimes required to uti I ize consu ltants.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnel I , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is order ed that subject report b.e, and the same is hereby, placed on fil~ at thi.s time. -
The Board recessed unti I 2 o'clock, p .m.
At 2 o'clock, p . m., the Board of Supervisors reconvened.
Present:  Supervisor s Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H .
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J . E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervi sor Beattie in the Chair .
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October 1, 1973 
RE: Allowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, i~ is ordered that the fol.lowing
claims be, and the same are hereby, allowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the fund
designated on the face of e.ach claim, respectively, to- wit:
(Claims List)
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AC "' t 17
'7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT R~GIST~R
A
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
ALOE
do 
Amfac Electrical Supply co.
Arrowhead Purit Watera
Beclcuan Instruments, I nc.
Channel Diaposal co.
CUya Valley Diaposal Co.
Datapro Reaearch corJ119ration
A.B. Dick Company
Ebersole Office
do
do
Electrolux
Halprin Supply co.
Holiday Hazclvare
Hollywood Paper Company
Hopper, Inc.
Houe Paper co.
IPCO Hospital Supply ep.p
I tek Buin Producta
Kendall
Miion Office Bquipnent
Miaion Paint & Art
Motorola Inc.
Pacific Butcher, Inc.
Pacific Surgical company
J.C. Penney co., Inc.
Photo & Sound co.pany
Roeaer MilliDCJ co.
Santa Barbara LOclcsaiths, Inc.

AMOUNT
188.57
54 5.12
11.48
24.68
328. 92
32.02
3.00
12.00
119.73
482.12
42. 50
738.50
632.56
1,116.64
15.88
36.48
126.85
449. 95
190.97
1,670.35
294.30
26.70
159.24
998.05
42.93
486.58
105.88
20.03
27.03
3.71
NUMBER
06597
06598
06599
06600
06601
06602
06603
06604
06605
06606
06607
06608
06609
06610
06611
06612
06613
06614
06615
06616
06617
06618
06619
06620
06621
06622
06623
06624
06625
06626
'
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC  I 97
7/73
  
' AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
City of Santa Maria
Th Sherwin-Willi- co.
Shoreline Towiftl) & Body Shop
Sllllrdan-Batcher Co.
Smart & Final Iri co.
Specialty Tool & Supply
T $ B Products Co.
'l'echnibilt corp.
3M Buaineaa Product. Sale, Inc.
Tri-County Office Equipment & Syat .
VWR Scientific
varityper
Edward Weck & Co. , Inc.
Weaten' Inc.
Wood Syat-
Wea t Publihing co.
weaten'a, Inc.
Weat Fire Equipnt co.
Cy Witham, Mumith
xerox corporation
'tholla9 Banka
Robert L. Bridqen, Ph D
c.w. Bryant, M.D.
Donald G. Cron, o.D.
California Citi Water company
Jam c. Carey, Jr., M.D.
Channel Diapoaal COllpany
Thor K. Cil, M.D.
cuya Valley C011manity, Inc.
Toa c. Deberry, M.D.
Robert Duncan
AMOUNT
8.00
65.51
15.00
45.04
1,081.51
29.07
196.84
23.37
59.50
78.65
215.45
116.83
153.50
36.95
4,109.00
3.68
13.51
156.91
30.00
11.08
34.80
25.00
25.00
e.oo
27.50
72.18
8.00
-n:;:;.;;i  50
90.00
15.00
33.84
10.00
NUMBER
06627
06628
06629
06630
06631
06632
06633
06634
06635
06636'
06637
06638
06639
06640
06641
06642
06643
06644
06645
06646
06647
06648'
06649
06650
06651
06652
06653
06654
06655
06656
06657
06658
 
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
AC  117
7/73
  ' '
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER --

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA 
FUND~~~G~B=i=l=B=R.A=.L==--~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE OCTOBER 1, 1973
PAYEE/REMARKS
M. Eatrin, M.D.
B.T. Peldsted, M.D.
John. Gainor, M.D.
General Telephone co.
do
John w. Gilchrist
Goleta Coanty Water District
do
do
David K. Gordin, M.D.
A.B. Garcia
Daniel G. Grant
Robert T. Grattan, M.D.
Loretta L. Groaai, M.D.
City of Guadalupe -
Toa B
8
anna
Henry Holderman, M.D.
s.w. SS9rquit, M.D.
Richard B. Lambert, Jll. D.
M.J. i:.-a, M.D.
Lavxence L. LUan, M.D.
Robert McGinnia, M.D.
Robert Offerman, M.D.
J. earl Peua, M.D.
Williaa A. Rack, M.D.
John M. Richarda, .D.
Morria B. Rivera, M.D.
San Pranciaco lfeWapaper Printing co.
Gilbert Slatsky
Solvang Municipal Iaprove-nt Diatrict
Southern California Bdieon Company
AMOUNT
a.oo
72.36
8.00
451.92
200.92
25.00
174.84
280.34
248.38
58.80
67.68
25.00
25.00
39.48
22.00
12.63
25.00
s.oo
25.00
22.00
60.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
39.48
28.20
78.96
61.95
25.00
39.48
95.20
474.32
NUMBER
06659
06660
06661
06662
06663
06664
06665
06666
06667
06668
06669
06670
06671
06612
06673
06674
06675
06676'
0.-677
06678
06679
06680
06681
06682
06683
06684
06685
06686
06687
06688
06689

06690
06691
06692


PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
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PAYEE/REMARKS
Southern California Edison co.
do
Southern California Gaa co.
Southern California Ga co.
,
Ja L. Tobin, M.D.
Richolaa J. Vincent, M.D.
Abbott Scientific Product Diiaion
.As1rican Badlcrafta co.
Arican Inaurance Aaan.
Applied Buineaa Printing
Bancroft-wbitney co.
CAW Technology Inc.
Cenco Medical'Bealth Supply Corp.
I B M corporation
Luncl Off ice Equipz,ent
Tb Office Mart
Prentice Ball, Inc.
Santa Barbara Janitor Sapply co.
Santa Barbara Office Supply
4o
do
Poatmtr
Schauer Printing Coapany, Inc.
Select Bardvare, Inc.
Univeraity Pipe & Supply co.
Valley Garbage & Rubbih co., Inc.
Western W* ater ewa .
Wyeth Laboratori
AIWJlua Mobileaaing co.
Barranee, Van Valin, Peder-n Group
Boya Repablic
AMOUNT
6,111.78
101.09
95.71
62.32
105.48
27.50
51.68
187. 58
s.so
NUMBER
06693
06694
06695
06696
06697
06698
06699
06700
06701
77.92 06702
42.64 06703
118.72 06704
147.12 06705
19. 08 . 06706
1,657.51 06708
66.43 06709
132.10 06710
964.49
336.77
486."92
40.00
537.42
53.35
29.84
71.00
2.00
129.27
346.50
196.00
54.84
06711
06712
06713
06714
06715
06716
06717
06718
06719
06720
06721
06722
06723
 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
cavaltto, Webater, Mallen & MCCa119hey
Katharina larlt
P. aul 'l'. c Jt, M.D 
Mr. John V crwf ord
Otto Dann 
Donald M.
. c D. B daon
Bl Cielito Reetaurant
Barry B. Petter
 J . Piher, M.D.
General Telephone Co.
Goleta Valley ChallbeT of c~rce
Rober~ J. Haeaond, M.D. 
Georg- L. Harper, M.D.
Britt A. John801l
:Lompoc eoapital Diatrict
Eddie Maci-
Richard Mnor
Kational Aaaociation of Ullde1water
Iutructor
Lloyd ocJter
Raa9ell B. Ollbe%9
Jam M. Pollard & Blaine M. Pollard
Michael L. Reinelte
John P. Ri94on
Clifford c. Romr
Tr-urr, County of Santa Barbara
Belen Schuls, M.D.
Michael S. swan, LT.
Irving Treloar
AMOUNT
25.00
191.10
120.00
113.20
2.39
6.50
6.65
2.39
191.02
20.64
1,167.00
5,730.42
1,982.09
27.00
210.00
17.40
7.50
15.00
4.78
150.00
112.10
200/00
220.00
2.39
s.oo
63.56
87.50
27.00
57.84
2.39
NUMBER
06724
06725
06726
06727
06728
06729
06730
06731
06732
06733
06734
06735
06736
06737
06738
06739
06740
06741
06742
06743
06744
06745
06746
06747
06748
06749
06750
06751
06751
06753



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MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
I
PA YEE/REMARKS
Wilbur s. Waqataff
Arnold M. ZVicky
General Telephone co.
Jeaae R. Jenkin
Richard G. Ainley, MD
Animal Clinic of S.M.
Tony Azcarate concrete Producta, I nc.
Departant of General Service
capital Baxdware
tarpintiera Herald
Th County Lamber co.
Dal Posso Tire corporat:bn
Denny Reatauranta, rnc.
Foothill Pet aoapital.
Goleta Tractor Service
Goleta Valley Sun
Goleta Valley TOdayi
Banaon p,q.i.i-nt company
Holloway' Plu  ing
International Conference of Building
Off iciala
La Concepcion Anil Boapital
Lee &  al, Inc.
Moore' Departllilant
Ott'a
Leonard Pickett, rnc:.
B.R. Sheclc! Aqenc:y-i~talia Potage mete
Santa Pire Bquipment
Santa Barbara Glaaa company
Santa Barbara Motor Parta, Inc.
Santa Ynes Valley Hardware
,
AMOUNT
28.50
6.50
2,882.67
2 . 39
15.00
17.50
14.31
3140
22.54
4.50
102.76
20.45
473.40
35.00
350.19
3.40
6.90
24.26
1.65
429.30
20.00
238.60
16.01
66.55
103.71
18.16
14.50
86.44
7.16
145.92
36.21
NUMBER
06754
06755
06756
06757
06758
06759
06769-
06761
06762
06763
06764
06765
06766
06767
06768
06769
06770
06711
06772
06773
06774
06775
06776
06777
06779
06779
06780
06781
06782
06783
06784
 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Scbwaab Label company, Inc.
Service Station Supply
Shoreline Trucking
SparkAlal.Linen Servi~
Stationer Price Serviel co.
Title In1n1rance & Tzat co.
Tri-County Produce Co.
u.s. Goernmant Printing Office
u.s. In4uatrial C'hellica1 eopporation
Bureaa of ~ernmntal Reaearch & Serv
Valley Tool Rent.a1
Waiavxi9ht Ch-ical Company
Wallace Machinery co.
Wright
Zellerbch Paper co.
L. Liza Chapen, CSR
Dan Chern
Patricia B. Bderer
Paul Pleiac:bauer
Thelma Harmon
Michael Herrmann
Dr. Stephen J. Boward
International Pronnell Mana9aaent
Cynthia Irwin
Axel A. Jobuon
George P. Kading
Paal Kin119n
carolyn M. K'liene, c.s.R.
Anthony Lapolla. M.D.
Ciey of Lopoc-Lompoc Pa'blie Library
Joe G. Medina
Marvin Mex
Ladd McDonalc! I '
AMOUNT
103.25
161.28
150.00
4.00
8.46
53.00
1,138.15
2.00
73.05
1.12
so.oo
1,723.88
6.52
64.23
54.06
297.86
574.80
18.00
32.40
200.00
135.00
102. 96
20.0
5.00
18.64
20.16
22.91
113.91
55.00
9.84
30.526.95
25.20
60.24
11.48

NUMBER
06785
06786
06787
06788
06789
06790
06791
06792
06793
06794
.
06795
06796
06797
06798
06799
06800
06801
06802
06803
06804
06805
06806
06807
06818
06809
06810
06811
06812
06813
06814
06815
06816
06817
06818
' 
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MONTH
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Stanley oatern, M.D  Inc
Jeaae Paez
Aqria Peteraona
Barbara s. Rice

Santa Barbara County H~lth Department
Jeffrey k. 'l'buner
Jane Alexander
A}Jha Beta Acme Marketa
Edward A. Barber
Al Barbc:Mar
Prancia B. Beattie
GeOZ'99 A. Begg
Bola Bohling'
Paul L. Braucher
Robert 11!. Briaby
LcMai Brown. M.D.
Carpinteria Coanty water Diai:rict
Theodore Chamberlin. Jr.
Chapala Properti
Denni Ch
Verdell Daniel
Bon. Ployd c. Dodson
Ped Mart
Faslo' Shopping Bag
Prank J. Proat
General Telephone co.
clo
Goleta coaaty Water Diatrict
Greyhound Linea-West.

AMOUNT
107.30
27.00
19.32
49.56
21.36
15  40
4.38
90.00
16.08
4.67
25.00
38.47
113.20
80.00
18.00
80.00
110.00
77.20
954.19
28.10
140.00
83.47
36.00
66.60
47.06
18.65
213.41
726.16
303.62
46.71
NUMBER
06819
06820
06821
06822
06823
-06824
06825'
06826
06827
06827
06829
06838
06831
06832
06833
06834
06835
06816
06837
06838
06839
06840
06841.
06842
06843
06844
06845
06846
06847
06848

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNDGBllW
PAYEE/REMARKS
Mary !11199erty
Bob C. Halliburton
J. Mark Bandley, M.D.
Jardine Boy Ranch
Jordano Inc.
Mary Jo Kirkland
Joyce IA Pvr
Donald w. Lobits 1
City of Lompoc
Gerlad Mack fthel Mack
Joseph P. Meehan
Mesa oakll i.Jtaal Water C011P9ny, Inc.
David D. Minier
McDermott-Crockett Mortuary
Warren J. JleWawanger, M.D.
Robert: J. Ottoboni, M.D.
Pacific Ga  Electric co.
4o
do
*
Donald Perry
Andrew a. Patna
Georgia Reed
Chri Rubia
Paul J. Runyon
Sacramento Children Home
SafMnly Storea, Inc.
*
Pacific caa & Electri c Company


DATE CX!\\BBR 1. 1973
AMOUNT
126.00
6.02
'oo.oo
180.6,
324.44
60.00
3.00
80.64
39.00
28,.88
210.00
14.55
96.00
129.23
45.00
189.70
195.00
81.00
8.00
800.13
456.65
310. 11
1,104.68
,
NUMBER
06849
06850
06851
06852
06853
06854
06855
06856
06857
06858
06859
06860
06861
06862
06863
06864
06865
06866
06867
06868
06869
06870
06871
s.oo 06873 *
14.73
3.15
45.00
,0.60
186.00
256.94
440. 53
06874
06875
06876
06877
06878
06879
06872 *
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
~
FUND ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DATE OCTOBER 1, 1973
PA YEE/REMARKS
Salina Market
City of Santa Barbara
Santa crua Marketa, Inc.
B4Wad c. Scholz
Sear Travel Service
Barol4 Stanton  
Sunburat C011111Unity Store
'l'brifti-Mart
Mra. Jeaa Villapondo
Von' Grocery co.
Jaa B. Well.a, M.D.
Edward P. Wilson
Joaepb Ziellba, M.D. Paul R. Le
AA Plywood " Door
ACll9 Lock Shop, Inc.
Air Difaaion council
Arroyo-Anaheia Pood
Audiotrontx
BoVie Piea, Inc.
Browninq Perri InclaatriB
& A GarlM)e
State Department of Justice
Carliale Graphic
Carnation Company
coaat Blue Print company
Col9ate-Palmoli. company
Dictate & Duplicate
Engel & Gray, Inc.
-
AMOUNT
18.81
1,967.77
88.18
73.85
170.64
73.39
11.66
8.66
NUMBER
06880
06881
06882
06883
06884
06885
06886
06887
8.-42 06888
3.04
50.00
44.20
60.00
20.70
1,000.00
100.90
13.26
3.00
147.13
2,505.83
285.19
700.15
680.71
46.20
292.56
500.54
17.76
149.82
9.00
16.31
06889
06890
06891
06892
06893
06894
06895
06896
06897
06898
06899
06900
06901
06902
06903
06904
06905
06906
06907
06908
06909


PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBMIQI.
PAYEE/REMARKS
Pairmoant
General Blect.rie C11pany
Ray A. Gloetsner COllpany
" Goleta Motor Parta, Inc.
Goleta Valley Paint & Gla
Graybar Blctrie C011pany, Inc.
Bl  r w. Griet & Son
Barri & Prank
Hendry BrotMr
Ro- Alar11 COllpany
Ray Hopman Pluwllag & Beatiai'
Bopper, Inc.
, Inc!utrial Part Depot, Inc.
Inati tute for Scientific xnforrration
Kma4n Food Product
Otto Krenzin
Linqle Brother COffee, Inc.
LO Olivo Machine & Electric
Lyon Moving & Storaqe Company
Mail-Well Bnvelpoe company
Mallinckrodt Ch-ical Worka
Metfall BuildincJ Material, Inc.
McJleil Laboratorei, Inc.
Medical Air Por4'act
Motor Truck DitrilMltor co.
Mu a alt
Hielaen Baildinq Material
Oldenkaap Collpany
DATE Oct'OBER 1, 1973
AMOUNT
138.65
662.24
266.79
74.14
86.58
182.81
12.00
234.72
44.01
47.70
27.84
308.24
209.60
120.00
1,916.26
6.57
35.00
45.82
693.86
103.55
211.00
1oi.61
531.52
32.93
180.75
NUMBER
06910
06911
06912
06913
06914
06915
06916
06917
06918
06919
06920
069.21
06922
06923
06924
06925
06926
06927
06928
06929
06930
Of931
06932
06933
06934
19.55 06935
16.06 06936
S.52 06937
775.06
61.0S
06938
06939
 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Parket & Son Pablicationa, Inc.
Pfeiler Ttuck & Tractor Sal
Picker corporation
Prentice-mall, Inc.
Rancho Lo Amiqoa Bopital
Reainqton Arm8 C011Pany, Inc.
R.D. Product. I nc.
Glenn Ror
Santa Barbara cubonic G- Service
Poat.aster
Santa Barbara Rac1iator Work
Santa Ynes Peed & Milling COllpany
Sn-Up Bottling COllpllDY
Southcoaat Motor Truck co.
Southern Detective Inc.
Stacey'
Stan4ar4 Oil company
Taylor Meat C()llpany
Tri- Coanti Blood Bank, Inc:.
'l'ri""'C0tanty Prodaee Company
valley Muffler SerYice
Berniece A4allll
Buellton co&nity Service Ditrict
State of California
Jean Chaney
Barley Craig, Realtor
Drake Hotel
Richard c. Duprey
4 L. Everett
Terry Plick


AMOUNT
23.74
91.18
328.20
13. 92
51.30
72.49
182.59
282.78
26.50
126.20
18.92
129.66
86.60
273.20
50.00
3.71
85. 52
934.04
4,339.00
757.35
2.65
49.00
38.30
1,025.87
20.00
13.80
510.00
174.94
34.50
11.72
15.97
NUMBER
06940
06941 -
06942
06943
06944
06~5
06946
06947
06948
06949
06950
06951
06952
06953
06954
06955
06956
06957
06958
06959
06960
06961
06962
06963
06964
06965
06966
06967
06968
06969
06970
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
I
PA YEE/REMARKS  AMOUNT
l'aul B. Floyd
General Telephone Co 
do
do
Rev. Richard B. Barria
Walter L. Healy
Bolliater Profional Bailding
International Table Supply
R.D. Johnaon
Bdna Kenner
Kenneth w. La Barq
La Ctulbre Mutual Water co.
Cynthia Long
Cecelia Medina
Paul J  .Meiael, Pb D

Montecito Coanty Water District
Elvin R. Morgan
Raturea Pantry
Arthur llelaon
Ruth G. Oaiel
P G & B Co.
Pappy' Pancake Bou
Mra. c. Penna
Mitldlell Reeae M.D.
City of Santa Ba.rbara

S.nta Barbara cottage Ropital
Santa Ynes River Water cea  rvation Di 
Louia Skiera
Southern California Bcliaon co.
Southern California Gaa co.
do
57.61
1,164.62
172.73
136.25
13.20
175.00
390.00
120.78
52.70
160.00
77.91
30. 3
88.00
70.00
158.00
117.25
133.83
10.77
135.00
7.70
79.92
40.00
24.75
40.00
42.68
329.73
36.00'
78.60
428.39
72.11
33.78
NUMBER
06971
06972
06973
06974
06975
06976
06977
06978
06979
06980
06981
06982
06983
06984
06985
06986
06987
06988
06989
06990
06991
06992
06993
06994
06995
06996
06997
06998
06999
07000
07001
 
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MONTH
UNLESS
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 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

PAYEE/REMARKS
Scat.hem California Ga Co.
4o
Bon. Charle s. Stevena, Jr.
YVvone Watt
J'alie WOOd
Maarice Zeitlin
Angelice Uniform coiapany
Atla Ga Service

Budd Th-tr Supply, Inc.
Barria & Prank
Lect.ronic Center
Lingel Brother coff  , Inc.
Oliver & Willia 
Otta
Paden Paint Store
Wencreat Dog Food Supply
Jtlroy D. Bal4ner
Vernon B119h
Gilbert Mendoza
Wendell L. Bichol
Willi- Paaa

Parchaaing Agent' Revolving Fand
Charlea R. Weat
Eleven-41 I nc.



AMOUNT
3,216.24
190.12
148.42
39.00
2.86
77.00
1,401.99
594.30
99.74
414.84
1,010.11
220.21
1,257.45
2,130.00
53.19
21.19
236.61
2.00
3.00
71.64
1.80
65.00
3,181.71
2.00
2,930.00
143.149  22*
NUMBER
07902
07003
07004
07005
07006
07007
07008
07009
07010
07011
07012
07013
07014
07015
07016
07017
07018
07019
07020
07021
07022
07023
07024'
07025
07026
 
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
1

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND MISC:Sl-l1U&O"l"t"=lS"-___________ OATE October 1, 1973
PAYEE/REMARKS
ROAD - 0015
Ace co
Applied Buain- Printing
Wilfred Bradbury
Buellflat Rock Cc:mpany
H. G. Daniela Campany
Martin DePiazai Automotive Service,Inc.
DoDCJl 011 Co.
Th PUller Bruah Campany
General Telephone Co.
Goleta county Water Diatric:t
Bler w. Griset & Son
Ban80D Bquipment Company
E. B. Haakell Co.
M. J. Bermreck
Hyclrocon International
Itek Buaineaa Product
Jeffera Maf fler & s-t cover
Mac' Saw & MDWIK Service
Mont' Auto Part
.Moore & Taber
Rational Auto Glaaa
H,a-Preaa Pu.bliahin9 C'cnpany
Nixon-Bqli Bquipnent Co.
Pacific Gaa & Electric Co.
Pacific Soathw9at Airlin 
Plaza Auto Part
s. B. Motor Parta, Inc.
s. B. Office Supply



AMOUNT
11.02
290.09
28.40
872.85
68.90
26.49
1,077.68
69.0S
233.81
37.66
571.49
3.79
57,344.30
139,494.46
249.23
106.42
41.80
4,054.26
18.25
96.53
781.50
76.18
146.03
34.12
64.76
18.37
234.45
306.71
117.84
NUMBER
7027
7028
7029
7030
7031
7032
7033
7034
7035
7036
7037
7038
7039
7040
7041
7042
7043
7044
7045
7046
7047
7048
7049
7050
7051
7052
7053
7054
7055
 
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
City of Sanu Maria
Security Title Inaurance Company
Rodriclt Soria Reprographica
SOQthern Calif. Bdiaon Co.
Southern Calif. Ga Co.
Standard Oil Co. of Calif.
State of California
Trana Wrk Cap
Wallace Machinery Company
CAPITAL OU'l'IAY - 0030
Mid-State Conatruction co.
PETROLBUJI - 0045
RCS, Inc.
COUBTY LIBRARY - 1020
TRAllSPOR!'A'l'IOllT WCUQRG CAPITAL - 1900
Bruce Dodds
General Telephone Co.
Albert J. Lecce
Motel 6 '!'ravel B~u

AMOUNT
65.25
70.00

NUMBER
7056
7057
79.73 7058
62.96
639.57
8.06
5,212.65
457.76
132.60
281.97
213,'86.99*
4,325.40
25.00
25.00
7059
7060
7061
7062
7063
7064
7065
7066
7067
1,606.05 7068
1,606.05
1.85
52.98
8.oo
'8.25
7069
7070
7071
7072

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS 
Robert J. Bell Co.

Caeaara Auto Supply
Charley Bvana Aatf)llotive
Evergreen car Wash
Bl.mer W. Griaet & Son
Bler W. Griaet & Son
Boppr Inc.
Kelley Bue Book
MI.S Incluatrial f'.t
Plaza Auto Part
Powll Garaqe
R. C. Auto Supply
Service S~ation Supply
Standard Oil Co.
S. B. CO. AIR POI.IDtXOll CONTROL DIST

General Telephone co.
Poatwaater s. B.
s. B. Office Supply
Comr?Y SBRVICB ARM #3
Soathern Calif. Bcliaon Co.
Southern California Edison Co.
AMOUNT
l.44.88
808/62
149.68
174.25
1070.77
655.33
1.02
30.00
82.65
90.04
80.74
493.59
63.23
8337.70
12293.58
146.59
11.50
2.34
160.43
25698.09
25698.09
2078.08
2078.08

NUMBER
7
7087
708
708
709
7091
,
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
A C  t 17
7/73
. '
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER    
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND MXSCIIJ 'B'?US
PAYEE/REMARKS
S. B. COO&t'r PLOOD COHTROL & WATER
COJISBRVA'l'IOM DISTRICT Hi"CE - 2400
Advance Blec:trical. Inc.
Aqri T\lrf Suppl!-, Inc 
Channel City ll=ber
Diamond' Auto Sapply
Bopper, Inc.
Pacific Western Aerial Sarv.ya
Wallace Machinery Company
Wood Syat-
LOMPOC VALLEY PLOOD ZOBB #l 2480
Acc:o
SAB'l'A MARIA PLOOD ZOllE 43 2560
It & B Tracking
Rowland' BXcavatinJ
SAIPl'A YSIZ FLOOD Z0RB 41 2590
L. Harder Jeweler
Eaky' Fnc COll('any
MISSIOB LlGBTlN(; DIS'!'RIC'l' - 2700
./
Southern California Edison Co.


DATE0ctober 1. 1973
AMOUNT
9.54
60.58
198.19
1.54
38.45
59.36
19.23
64.00
450.89
281.62
281.62
49.00
15.00
64.00
34.00
34.00
8.64
183.93
192.57
140.89
140.89*
NUMBER
7092
7093
7094
7095
7096
7097
7098
7099
7100
7101
7102
7103
7104
7105
7106

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

AC  t 17
7/73
 '  
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT fr REGISTER
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND MISCBT.J NIBOUS
PA YEE/REMARKS
SABI DIST - COJIST 2900 tt:
M. JC. Welch Survey, Inc.

IAGUNA CO SANI DIST - GBH Z870
General Telephone Co.
Pacific: Gas & Electric Co.
l
COHST 2 900 *
M. K. Welch Sarf'8ya, Inc:.
MISSION CANYON PIRB DIS'l'RICT - 3645
Talcaya Landac:ape NUra.ry, Inc:.
ORWtt PillB DIS'ftUCT - 3655
Al' Auto Body Worka
80UtiI1r SERVICE ARB& :ill 2170
Southern Calif. Edison Co.
SUMMBRLABD LimilfG DIST. 2740
Southern California Bdiaon Co.

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DATE.Qctober 1. 1973 I
AMOUNT
2.258.25*
61.96
15.93
77.89*
999.75
999.75*
472.70
472.70*
47.07
47.07*
4,901.94
4,901. 94*
358.31
358. 31
NUMBER
7107
7188
7109
7110
7111
7112
7113
7114
, 
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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October 1, . 1973 . I 111
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors.voted "Aye", to-wit: 
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell.
I
NOES: None ABSENT: None 
RE: Request foi: Appropriation, Cancel lat ion, or Revision of Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater,. and. carried una~imously,
the fol.lowing requests for appropriation, cancellation or revision of ful'.)ds are her~by, approved, 1.n. .
the budgetclassific.ations and amounts shown, and the.County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized
and directed to make the necessary transfers:
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 SUMr-1ARY OF TRANSFERS

 October 1, 1973
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Transfer No. 60
HEALTH OFFICER-AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
From: To:
Approp. for Conting. $ 7,259 5220 Health-Air Pollution $ 7,259
Air Pollution Control District budget was adjusted without provision being
made for funding increase, as follows:
5220/6100 $4,721 5220/7460 $ 919
5220/6400 447 5220/7650 484
5220/6500 164 5220/7730 - 516
 5220/6600 8 Total $7,259
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trahsfer No'. '62
TRANSPORTATION (ROAD)
From: To:
4510/6100 Reg  Sal. $12,000 4510/6200 Extra Help
To provide funds for extra help positions for remainder of fiscal
Increased summer help program depleted this account. Sufficient
in regular salaries account available due to unfilled positions.
Transfer No. 67
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
From: To:
$12,000
year.
savi ngs
General Fund (Safety)
Emerg.Emp. Act (Safety)
General Fund (Regular)
Road Fund
$30,~89.19
181.-11
73,771.10
Employees' Retirement Fund $113,670.18
Petroleum Dept. Fund
Emerg.Emp. Act Fund 5
Emerg.Emp. Act Fund 6
Trans.Wkg. Capital Fund
S.B.Co.Air Pol.Cont.Dist.
S.B.Co. Fld. Cont. & Water
5,366.79
156.80
696.58
318.34
351.40
296.94
Conservation Dist.  1,540.57
Laguna Co. San. Dist. 194.70


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For pay period No. 20, ending September 23, 1973--Includes Cost of Living
Pension of $7,419.82
1973-74 Contingency Appropriation - - - - - - - - $ 736,998.74
Less Transfer No. 60-Health Officer/A~rPollut. (-7,259.00)
New Balance if above transfer approved $ 729,739.74
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October 1, . 1973: 
In reply to an objection by Attorney Kling about the County choosing its own consultant
to do the work, Miss Susan Trescher, Deputy County Counsel said that if the County isn't satisfied that
the developer can complete an adequate, the alternative would be to turn it down.
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Mention was made of other consultants, such as Dames and Moore, to which Attorney Kling
replied that they would not be eligible, as they have been used already on this proposed project. Supervisor
Slater was not amenable to spending more money after submission of a proposed EIR by Olsen Associates
by this time. 
Attor.ney James Hurley, representing the owners.of the Zaca Ranch, Wal lace Fleming, stated
that these people have to cross their ranch to get to the' lake and he didn't fe~I that any ful'.'ther infor:mation
was needed.
Miss Susan B. Trescher stated that access to the property should be settled here and now.
Any legal duty as to the process and the preparation of a.n EIR is necessary if it is planned to have a
hearing on a Conditional Use Perm.it later on subject p.roperty. She al so mentioned other alternatives
as to rejected the inadequate EIR and referring it back to the developer for further drawing board process.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater. .seconded by Su'pervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of TRS be, and the same is hereby, approved. It is further ordered
that the Administrative Officer be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contract for the necessary
services, to prepare a detailed report on subject proposal, with the concurrence of the Environmental
Quality Coordinator.
Th.e Board.of S.upervisors reconvened.
Present: . Supervisors .Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater:, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Amendment
(73.-GP-8) to the Amended General Plan for the Goleta Valley-Circulation Element-Land Use Element
(GP-3C) to Change the La'nd Use Designation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, .seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to October
15., 1973'. at 2 o'clock, p.m.
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Simonsen-LeMons Development Company from Planning Commission
Denial of Request of Casa La Cumbre for a Condition Use Permit (73-'CP-58) to Validate 2 Entrance Gate
Signs and a Variance (73-V-47) to Validate said 2 Entrance Gate Signs at the Casa La Cumbre Development,
Goleta, Thi rd District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 9, ' 1973 at 2 o'clock,
p.m.
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending
Ordinance No. 661 Pertaining to the Relationship between the Permitted number of Bedrooms and Bachelor
Units and Building Site Area (73.-0A-7) '1 SR-4 and SR-2 . ~
Attorney Gary.R. Ricks, from the firm of Price, Postel, and Parma, requested a two week
continuance in order to prepare and present a well informed discussion of the issues. He has been retained
to represent approximately 70' owners of multiple dwel I ings in Isla Vista in connection with subject hearing.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby. , continued to October 15, 1973 at 2 o'clock,
p.m.
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance (73:RZ-12)
Amending Ordinance No. 661 Rezoning frqm the 6-R-1-D to the 1 o,.R-1-D for Property Generally Located
in Goleta Valley, Third District.
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October 1 , 1973
In reply to Supervisor Tunnel I's inquiry, Mr. Reynolds stated that the number of people
who would be on this panel is not known at the present time, but he would like to have it open-ended.
115
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations contained in subject report with the few changes as cited be,
and the same are hereby, confir.med.
It is further ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October
29, .1973:at 2 o'clock, p .m., as requested in the recommendation of Mr. Reynolds.

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RE: Hearing on Initiation by Board of Supervisors, Pursuant to Government Code Section 6535'6 .1, .
for a Proposed Amendment to General Plan to Show Commercial Lahd rather thah Residential at a Density
of 7,000 to 9,999 sq. ft. per Family, to Permit Use of Property for an Auto Center for the Goleta Valley
(72-GP-23)'.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affic;:i.avit of Publication
being on fi I~ with the Clerk;
Dale Hanst, representing the automotive dealers who are required to relocate from the City
of Santa Barbara into the Goleta area, read from a prepared statement.
Mr. Hanst explained why he fel.t that the proposed site is the most logical site for this Center
within that geographical location.
Reference was made to the report of the Planning Commission from its meeting of September
26, 1973 and with all nine members present, there was a unanimous recommendation to deny subject
request.

Mr . . Hanst stated that the dealers are convinced that there is no such appropriate zoned
land available to handle the proposed commercial activity, and therefore, he, on behalf of th'em wish to
withdraw from further consideration of. subject request.
Mr. Hanst stated that he has made the decision at this time in view of the opposition of the
public, but pointed out that this may result in a referendum. However, Attorney Hanst stated that he
hoped this action will be taken in the intended spirit and make the community and the Board cognizant
of the problem of the dealers who are faced with the continued problem of relocation of the property for
said use for this type of development within the essential geographical confines. He thanked the Board
for their consideration over the period of time involved in their issue. and hoped they would be able
to come back with a request which wi 11 involve less controversy in the minds of a l I people involved.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing on subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda
at this time.
RE: Acceptance of L.etter of Resig.nation from Paul E. Floyd, County Auditor-Control !er as Member
of the Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject resignation, effective forthwith be, and the same is hereby, accepted, with
regret.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Mr. Raul Navarro, Assistant to Supervisor Catterlin be, and he is hereby, appointed
to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mr. Floyd.
RE: Recommendation of the Architectural Selection Committee of the County to Approve Selection
of Architects by Project Approved by the Board of Supervisors FY 1973r 74.
The Assistant Public Works Director submitted a written report dated October 1, 1973, on
subject matter, with the request that the Board approve the fo llowing selection of architects by project
and authorize the Administrative Offic.er, Cou nty Counsel and Public Works Department to negotiate
with the selected arch itects pertaining to sa id contracts. 
Upon motion of S.upervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, approved, and that the Administrative
Officer, County Counsel and Pub I ic Works negotiate with the selected architects on their contracts:
North County Rehabi I itation Faci I ity and Juvenile Hal 1, D. Stewart Kerr , of Santa Maria,
associated with Schmandt & Lehvik, Architects.
Santa Barbara General Hospital, Arendt/Mosher/Grant, Architects.
Addition Santq Ynez Valley Administration Bu ilding in Rangers Cottage,
Anderson Park, Ha l I and Vision i, Architects.

Hans Christian
October 9, 1 973
Board of Supervisors.of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, October 9, 1973 , at 9:30"o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisors Frank J. Frost and Charles
F. Catterlin .
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Reverend Donald Hinkle, Goleta Federated Church, followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of October 1, .1973-. Meeting.
117
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of October 1,". 1973:meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation fo~ Approval on Request of Francis E. McFall (73-.
RZ -'14.,  73.-V-30)  (Ref: 73'~ND-269;  Lot Split #11 "., 844) -. fo~ Adoption of a.n Ordinance to Rezone from
10":-R-1-F to .10-R- 1-F-PC; and a Variance to Allow Creation of a Parcel (Lot Split #11 ",844) , at 140" 
Foster Road, Orcutt Area, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 5, 1973:at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on Planning Commission recommendation for approval on request
of Francis E. McFall for adoption of an ordinance (73-RZ-'14)  amending Article IV of Ordinance No.
661, .rezoning westerly portion of Assessor's Parcel No. 107'-21"0-02', from the 10':-R-1-F, One Family
Residential District with Airport Approach Combining Regulations which allows one family dwellings
on 10,000 sq. ft. building sites, to the 10,R- l -F-PC, Planned Commercial District which would allow
a neighborhood market and a gasoline pump as per plans on file with County Planning Department; and
a Variance (73-V-30) ' under provisions of Article X, Section 2 (a) (4) and the 1 o,R-1-F District Classification
of Ordinance No. 661 to allow creation of a parcel (Lot Split #11 ",844) approximately 9,296 sq. ft. in
area instead of 1.0.,000 sq. ft. minimum required on the easterly portion of Assessor's Parcel No. 107-
210-02 f.or property located on the south side of Foster Road approximately 1 oo feet easterly from Orcutt
Road, and known as 140 Foster Road, Orcutt Area, Fifth Supervisorial District; per Planning Commission
Resolution No . 73r-104; .and that notice of said hearing be published in the Santa Barbara News-Press,
a newspaper of general circu lation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Painting Portions of the Exterior of the Santa
Barbara County Court House, Santa Barbara, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that plans and specifications submitted by the Public Works Director on subject matter
be, and the same are hereby, approved .
ltisfurtherorderedthatThursday, November 1, 1973,at36'clock, p.m. be, andthe
same is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice
be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as
fol lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO BIDDERS)
Notice of hereby given that the County of Santa Barbara will receive bids for -
"Painting Portions of the Exterior
of the Santa Barbara County Court
House, Santa Barbara, California"
Each bid wi 11 be in accordance with drawings and specifications approved by the Board
of Supervisors.and on file in the OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, COUNTY ~NGINEERING
BUILDING, 123'.EAST ANAPAMU STREET, SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, WHERE THEY MAY BE EXAMINED
AND COPIES SECURED BY P. ROSPECTIVE BIDDERS .


I I
October 9, . 1973. 
RE: Authorizir:ig Chairman to Execute Change Orders Nos. 2,  3, 4 and 5 to Contract with M.
J. Hermreck, Inc. for Lompoc-Casmalia Road and Purisima Road Project for Total Increase of $3, 100.oo 
(P'roject Nos. 40'4'l ' l and 4043'.  2) .
119
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, qnd carried unanimously, 
I it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Orders
Nos. 2 (p'rovides payment for pruning an evergreen hedge as specifie:l in the Special Provisions), Change
Order No. 3 '(provides payment for furnishing seed for erosion control as specifie:l in the' Special Provisions),
Change Order No. 4 (provides payment for reconnecting electrical service to water wells left of Station
67+45" and Station 72;r6o to ful.fi II the County's right-of-way obi igations) and Chahg.e Order No. 5 (provides
payment for r:elocating a pressure .tank, pump and water left of Station 73;r90 to Station 78;.r:So Lompoc
Casmalia Road to ful.fil! the County's right-of-way obligations) to contract with M. J. Hermreck, Inc,
for Lompoc-Casmalia Road and Purisima Road Project for total increase of $3,100.oo (Project Nos. 4041'. 'l
and 404'3  '2) .
Contract

RE: Authorizing Chai'rman to Execute Change Order No. 5 to Contract with .Conco General
Engineering Contractors .for Work. on Santos Road, fpr an Increase of $.2.00'. 00' (Project No. 40'55 . 2) 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunne ll, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No. 5, which pr.ovides payment for relocating and lowering an existing water line on private property
to clear a new driveway, to contract with Conco General Engineering Contractors for work on Santos
Road, Project No. 405'5. i2, for an increase of $2'00'. 00'.

RE: Recommendation of the Director. of Transportation for Acceptance of 1_5% Bond in the Amount
of $_7., 1200'. oo.and Release of a.I I of Qr ig inal Bond, Tract #11 ',4501
 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously ,
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the following original road improvement bond for Tract #11 , 450' be,
and the same is hereby, released as to all future acts and conditions; and that another 1.5% bond be,
and the same is hereby, substituted for the original l5% bond:
Fireman's Fund American, as Surety - Alea! Financial Corporation, as Principal, for .
Bond No. SCR 707'. 69 00 I ' in the original 'amount of $.4'8, ooo. 00', . qated May 31 ', " 1973;. said
15% to be replaced with Bond No. SCR 707' 69 00', ' dated Juty 30, 1973:, i.n the"amount of
$7., 200. oo. 
RE: Releasing 15%Balance of Road .Improvement Bond for Tract #.1~ ,2i4,  upon Expiration of
One-Y~ar Guarantee Period Required under Ordinance No. 13'5'8'. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, e1nd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the fol lowing road improvement bo'nd for Tract #11 ', 224 be, and the
same is hereby released as to all future.acts and conditions, as recommended by the' Director of Transportation;
the one-year guarantee period required under Ordinance No. 1358 having expired:
RE:
Instrument of Credit signed by Bank of America, dated July 26', ' 197 '1 ~ Willi'am M. Ravenscroft,_
in the amount of $,16., 000'. oo. 

Filing of Notice of Completion for Construction of Santos Road.
Upon motion of S,upervi sor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, e1nd carried unanimously;
it is ordered that the Director of Transportatjon be, and he' is hereby, quthorized and directed to file
subject Notice of Completion, work.done by Conco General Engineering Contractors.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Notice of Completion in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Offic.e.
RE: Filing of Notice of Completion for Roadway Repairs on Antone Road and Debra .Drive,
Santa Barbara .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director. of Transportation be, and he is hereby, e1uthorized and directed to file 
subject Notice of Completion, work. done by E. H. Haske l I Co., q California Corporation.
It is further ordered that the Clerk.be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to r ecord .
said Notice of Completion in the Offic.e of the Santa Barbara .County Re.corder.
RE: Execution of E.lection Service Agreement between the County .of Santa Barbara and Cubic
lndustria I Corporation, Effe,c;tive July 1 I . 1973, through June 30', . 1. 974'., 1.nclusive, at a: Cost of $1ll-', 850. oo .
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October 9, 1 973  121
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RE: Execution of Addendums (6) to Existing Shelter Care .Contracts to Increase Rate per Bed
in each Home frqm $1 00.00-. to $1'25  ooper Month. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolutions were passed and adopted:

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RE:
Resolution No. 73 ~"66'1 ' .
Resolution No. 73 . 662 .
Resolution No. 73 .-"663' ".
Resolution No. 73 .-'664' .
Resolution No. 73 . 665
Resolution No. 73 . 666 
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILE'S)
Resolution Declaring the Existence of a Local Emergency.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-'66:] .
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Request of Purchasing Agent for: a Finding that the Estimated Expense of Work done on
Construction of a.n 8-Foot wide Portland Cement Bikeway, Verano Drive Bikeway frqm Cal le Real to La
Colina Road West of State Highway 154, . is not to Exceed $1 '0"., 000'. oo, and Authorization to Let Contract
Without Going to Bid. (Job No. 31 11  3).
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request will not exceed $ro,ooO'. OO' be, and the same is hereby, confirmed,
pursuant to Section 1074~ of ttie California Streets and Highway Code.
It is further ordered that the Purchasing Agent be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to let a contract covering both work and materials, or purchase the materials and let the contract
for doing the work, or purchase the materials and do the work by day labor, without going to formal
bid.
 ' .
RE: Fixing Tax Bond for: Tract #5013. 
 Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, qnd carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the tax bond for Tract #5013". be, and the' same is hereby, fixed in the  amount of $132",060.00. 
RE: Fixing Tax Bond for Tract La Cresta Estates.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, .and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the tax bond for Tract La. Cresta Estates be, and the same is hereby, fix,ed in the amount
of $1 , 816. 50.
RE: Request of County Tax Col lection to Destroy Certain Records Pursuant to Revenue & Taxation
Code 43'77.and Government Code Section 26202.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of the County .Tax Collector to destroy certain records be, and the same
is hereby, approved, pursuant to the Revenue & Taxation Code 43'77" and Government Code Section 26202'.
RE: Recommendation of the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for Denial of Claim filed Against the County by General Telephone Company, in the Amount of $7'64. 35".
(8/i7 /73 '~ 
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for denial of claim filed against the County by General Telephone Company, in the amount of $7.64. 35".
be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, as there is no legal liability on the part of the County.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Release of $2, 800. 00 Cash Deposit
for Irrigation System and Landscape Plantings Bond, Robert L.' Drucker, for Restaurant Located on Hollister
Avenue and Mathi.lda Drive, Case No. 72 ~ RZ -24.
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October 9, 1973  I
The fol.lowing communications were received by the Board from the Planning Commission ,
for information only, and order ed placed on file:
123
a) Set public hearing for October 31', '. 1973',on con sideration of r eferral from Board of
Supervisors r elat ive to amendment (73-GP-9) -. to General Plan for the Montecito, Summerland, Carpinteria
Area (GP-2) .changing existing land u se designations on area gen erall y w i thin the boundaries of t he
Summerland Sanitary District, First District.
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Adoption of Proposed Resolution Presenting
the Classes and Positions for: Designation of Management and Confiqential Employees.
County .Counsel had reviewed an Alameda Superior Court case bearing on the question
cited by the Santa Barbara County Firefighter.'s Un ion to support their con tention that the incl u sion of
the c lass of ttie Fire .Battalion Chiefs .as a management employee would be i llega l . He does not believe
that this case is r elevant to this County's proposed designation of Fire Battalion Chiefs .as management
employees. It was conluded that the designation of Fire Batta I ion Chief as a management c lass is proper,
both in terms of Government Code and the County's own Employer-Employee Relations Policy.
The Administrative Officer explained the difference in management employees, non-management
employees, supervisory.employees and confidential employees by the' nature of their work performed.
Battalion Chiefs, as management, have command of all situations and maintain discipline
at al l times and carry out d epartmental policy. They may be g iven a set of alternatives to a technique
to be used in a geographical area, making it a management technique . They make the decisions and
see that the super visor s carry them ou t.
Mike Bennett, of the Fire Fighter's Local Union Number 2046 quoted from sections of .
the new Employee-Employee Relations Policy Resolution r ecent ly adopted. He stil l contends that Battalion
Chiefs .are not management, but make r ecommendations to department heads as supervi sors, and the
department heads determine the policy to be carried out.
Mr. Bennett r eferred to two petitions that he was fi ling at the appropriate t ime, one of
which is on the position of aattal ion Chiefs, to authorize. the" local Firefighter.'s Union 202l6'. to be the bargaining
agent. He has f ive signatures on this, but ten Battalion Chiefs could not be located to sign same. The
same request was made for the non-super v i sor y unit. He has 54 signatures on this petition and since
only 30.%' is needed for the petitions, there is a sufficiency of signatures. Also mentioned, was review
of the supervi sory unit.
Zack L . Stringer, .General Manager of the Santa Barbara County Employees Association
stated that when someone is designated as management or confidential, that person cannot participate
in problem-solving procedures that is needed, especially in grievances. Also, categorizing employees
is not a good practice. supervisor Slater was concerned about where you draw the' line on t he management
level vs. the non-management level .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater , seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, r eferr ed to t he Admini strative Officer,
Per sonnel Officer, .to coordinator with Fire Chief Ri sdon for further study, and report back on October
29, 1973" 
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Offic.er for Submission of 1_973;.74: Program
Budget for: Mental Health Services to State Department of Health.
Subject r eport, dated October 3, .1973., ". stated that the Board approved $3","487, 997'. 00
for: said services during FY ~973 i-74:. .
The attached budget reflects added State Al locations of $2.60, q12  oo made after Board
adoption of the County budget, and there is no need to transfer add itional County funds i nto t he Mental
Health Services budget now .
The County's share of this increase is $2"0,209'.00'. ' Included in the State allocation are
additional funds for:
1) '. An expanded alcohol program.
2) . Anticjpated increases in patient load at Camarillo State Hospital.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Super v isor Catterlin, cind carried unanimously
it is ordered that subject r ecommendation of ttie Administrativ.e Officer be, and the' same is hereby, confrr.med .
Supervisor Frost p.r esent at this time .

October 9, .1973. '. I
I
RE: Approval of Assignment of Concession Agreement for Cachuma Riding and Hiking Trails
from Jack Sears to Daniel Wilson.
I
12s l
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29,  1973, at the request
of the Director of Parks.

RE: Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater., .seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29", '. 1.973''.
RE: Proposal of S.anta Barbara Branch NAACP for: Revenue Sharing Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29', 1973. 
Copies to
RE: Appeal of Robert S. Felburg from Notice of County Petroleum Administrator of Violation
of Sections 25'.:-8, 25~37, . 25-50 and 25-53 of the County Code, that a Sump Containing Salt Water and Weathered
Oil; Located in Certain Area of Cat Canyon Oil Field Constituted a Haza.rd that Should be Abated.
Subject appeal letter was fi l~d with the Clerk. frqm Attor.ney Burton J. Twitchel I on behalf
of the appellant, dated September 21 '., '. 1973'"
Upon motion of S,upervisor Slater, ~econded by Supervisor T~nnell ,. and car~ied unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 12 ., 1973:at 2 6'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as
the hearing to consider subject appeal under the provisions of Section 25:.64 of the County Code, at
which time the appel I ant shal I be heard and al I relevant evidence accepted; thereafter, the Board of
Supervisors shall make a decision within 30'.days, sustaining, modifying or reversing the action.
RE: Execution of An Agreement for Operation of County-wide Free Library System between
the County of Santa Barbara, the City of Santa Barbara, City of Lompoc and City of Santa Maria, during
FY 1973-74, with County Contribution of $808,800.00,
28, 1973.
The Clerk read the written report and recommendation on subject matter, dated September
!
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted to authorize the Chairman and Clerk to execute subject
agreement, which contains a provision for the Board of Supervisors, among other things, to appoint
and create a 9-member Library Advisory Committee:
Resolution No. 73-668
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Report from Administrative Officer Relative to Air Pollution Control Dis\rict Rules and
Regulations Committee.
The report from the Administrative Officer, dated October 2, 1973, indicated that there
is no statutory requirement for an Air Pollution Rules and Regulations Committee, and if so desired,
the Board may terminate said Committee.
Supervisors Frost and Slater, were in favor of keeping the Committee dormant, rather
than disbanding it and later having to reinstate it when needed.
Reference was made to the definition of complex source regulations. Supervisor Frost
asked if this County can legally have its own regulations rather than accept State-mandated ones.
The Administrative Officer explained that the EPA is still holding hearings on the Federal level; then
will go on to the State Air Resources Board so it may be immature right now at the local level.
George P. Kading, County Counsel, explained that the County can implement and make
more stringent regulations, but cannot lessen State requirements.
Mrs. Mary Malinoski, 1242 Dover Street, Santa Barbara, read and filed a statement representing
the League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara. The League is in favor of retaining said Committee
and should be available on an on cal I basis to advise the Board regarding implementation of revised
State air quality standards and to recommend appropriate modifications tailored to local conditions.
While it is felt that the number of members of the Committee is too large and not fairly
representative of all segments of the population, these shortcomings could be rectified by limiting
membership to two appointments per District and/or by subjecting the composition of the Committee
to annual review. .
127
October 9, 1973
RE: Execution to First Amendment to Agreement for Reimbursement for Operation of a Cross-
Connection Inspection Service in the South Coast Area between the County and the City of Santa Barbara,
the Goleta County Water District, the Montecito County Water District, the Summerland County Water
District, the Carpinteria County Water District and the La Cumbre Mutual Water Company, Effective
July 1, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-671
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendations of Director of Parks Relative to Condition of Accepting Open Space from
the Developer of the Cathedral Oaks Tennis and Swim Club.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda .
., to  a ,
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions (Effective October 8, 1973, Transportation Department and Data Processing).
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-673
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Adoption of Board Resolution in Support of Proposed Plan for Establishment of a Santa
Barbara Coastal Riding, Hiking and Bike Trai Is System as a Part of State-wide Coastal Trai Is System.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-674
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Assistant County Surveyor for Approval of Final Map, Tract #11, 744,
Located on West Side of La Cumbre Road, Approximately 2600 Feet North of State Street, Second District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed. The Map has been
found to be technically correct, conforms to the approved Tentative Map, or any approved alterations
thereto, and comp I ies with all applicable laws and regulations.
All departments concerned with the processing of subdivi sion maps have certified that
the Final Map is ready for Board Approval and that al I required cash deposits and bonds have been
deposited with the County Clerk. A letter is on file from the developer wherein he agrees to all the
conditions required by al I departments and other public agencies concerned.
The Board further determined that the signatures of the United States of America and
Southern California Gas Company, owners of easements lying within the Tract not be required, per
section #11587(a) of the Subdivision Map Act, inasmuch as the development will not interfere with
the easement belonging to the United States of America. The Southern California Gas Company has
submitted a letter stating that they do not with to sign the map.
The letter from the Goleta County Water District has been received, which states that
financial arrangements have been made for ins ta I lations to serve the Tract. The Tract wi II be served
with connection to the City of Santa Barbara sewer system, in accordance with the contractual agreement,
dated September 4, 1973, between the City of Santa Barbara and the Oak Tree Development Company.
The sanitary sewer easement shown on the Tract Map are being dedicated to the County of Santa Barbara
to faci I itate the transfer of these easements to the City of Santa Barbara upon completion of annexation
of Tract #11, 744 to the City of Santa Barbara. The annexation was approved by LAFCO on June 28,
1973 and will be completed following recordation of the Tract Map.
The Final Map can be filed within the time I imit allowed since the Tract has comp I ied with
the conditions imposed by SEQA of 1970, inasmuch as the project, 72-ND-29, was approved by EQAA
on October 3 O, 1972.
The County Surveyor's Certificate has been executed on the original tracings, as provided
in Section 11593 of the California Business and Professions Code.
'
RE: Report of Superior Court Presiding Judge, Floyd C. Dodson, Regarding 1973 Santa Barbara
County Grand Jury Interim Report #3, Inquiry into Conditions in the County Clerk's Office Filed September
11, 1973.
The Supervisors received copies of subject report to which was appended a memo, dated
July 10, 1973, to Mr. Howard Menzel, a copy of a news item appearing in the Los Angeles Lodger
of June 25, 1973, a letter to Howard C. Menzel, dated September 20, 1973, from Allen Abersman, Court
Administrator, and a memo from Howard C. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, dated September 28,
1973 to the five Superior Court judges.

I
October 9, 1973
Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to- wit:
Frank J. Frost, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT : Charles F. Catterl in

 


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 - AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
David J. Abela, M.D.
Adventure Travel & Service
Walter B. Anderson, M.D.
Blaine Braniff, M.D.
Melvin caaberq,Jr., M.D.
Nadine Castillo
Ray coudray
Bruce w. Dodds
Leo Bisner, M.D.
George Fisher, M.D.

General Telephone Company
do
do
Carole A. Belvick
Hollister Prof e11sional Building
RPqer A. Ikola, M.D.
VOID
Marvin Levine
AMOUNT
300.00
162.48
20.00
a.oo
8.00
100.00
1.75
13.50
8.00
1,341.33
6,577.33
2,033.15
642.08
50.00
390.00
8.00
3.50
J. B. Lewis 21.30
City of Lompoc 46.19
Mackie J. Lundgren 124.02
Marian Hospital 16.92
David s. Mizea, M.D. 940.00
Larry Moncur, M.D. 120.00
R. Bruce McFadden,M.D. or John Vogel,M.  8.00
Orthopedic Group of SAllTA Barbara, Inc. 8.00
Stanley Ostern, M.D. 55.32
Pacific Gas & Blectric Company 111.46
Santa Barbra News-Pre11 70.85
Santa Ynez Valley Advertising COUncil,I .2,956.55
Bdward c. Scholz 
Southern California Bdiaon Ccnpany
James L. Tobin, M.D.
Western Union
APaerican Society for PUblic Admin.
Tom so1111a
1.50
195.71
39.48
l.60
30.00
17.88
NUMBER
07119
07120
07121
07122
07123
07124
07125
07126
07127
07128
07129
07130
07131
07132
07133
07134
07135
07136
07137
07138
07139
07140
07141
07142
07143
07144
07145
07146
07147
07148
07149
07150
07151
07152
07153
07154
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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u=  !( ' "'' r-  ,.  .
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Karie Christiansen
Convent of the Good Shepherd
Barbara Greer Ball
Bon. Richard c. Kirkpatrick
Barry P. Looney
David P. Michener, M.D.
Arthur W. elaon, Director
Pattie Pierson
Angel Rivera
Lo Angel 'l'im88
Bllen Arola
Dorothy J. Bath, R.R.
Charl P. Catterlin
O. B. Sllis
Britt A. Johnson

Alice T. Merenbllch
Marvin Mex
Maxwory Mitchell
Blvin R. JllOrqan
Arden Petersen
Leonard Peteraen
Quinton-BUdlong, Inc.
Marshal Ronald J. Rodenberger
Don B. RoWland
Southern California Ga Company
Kenneth Stillman
Wilbur S. Wagat:aff
Mrs. Eleanor wright
Alpha Bet;a Acme Marketa
T. a. Atchley

Auditors Revolving '!'rust PUnd
John Jll. Barry, M.D.
Prancis B. Beattie
Joe P. Betz
AMOUNT
12.00
47.40
12.24
268.83
62.50
12.72
109.0l
15.99
27.50
1,215.55
so.oo
156.32
51.36
25.00
19.30
31.20
226.00
36.00
72.00
46.14
69.20
86.00
320.00
2.70
75.00
501.85
76.40
214.69
50.00
2.50
18.92
2,000.00
30.00
212.04
6.75
NUMBER
07155
071.56
07157
07158
07159
07160
07161
07162
07163
07164
07165
07166
07167
07168
07169
07170
07171
07172
07173
07174
07175
07176
07177
07178
07179
07180
07181
07182
07193
07184
07185
07186
07187
07188
07189
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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AUDITOR-CONlROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Ruby R. Blanchard
L. Liza Chapen, c.s.a.
Dick' a Dan omelettes Ste.
Alice Parley
John B. Pord
Kathy Gehr
General ~elephone company
George' Coffee Shop
Goleta County Water District
Goleta Valley Jllortuary
Bon. s. Jon GUdatnds
Graydon B. Ball, Jr.
Linda seller
'BIJY P. Kiser

Carolyn M. Kleine, c.s.a.
Arnold p. Knudaen, M.D.
Ralph W. Lichty
Little AUdrey's
Stephen L. Loyal
L. R. nsfield, Sheriff
David J. Minier
Paul Okuye
RLlth G. Oaiel
Donald 8. Patterson, M.D.
pediatric Medical Asaociates
RPU A. Pintaudi
Rita'
Suaan RPacll
Patricia Robledo
Safay Stores, Inc.
Salinas Market
Sansua Me&k'al Clinic
City of Santa Barbara
Schaff era Market
AMOUNT
67.18
. 268. 73
498.56
665.33
6.75
49.50
1,369.40
1,143.57
300.52
195.00
174.32
141.64
125.00
191.94
75.00
55.00
51.50
12.72
75.61
2.39
11.20
144.36
4.75
4.95
200.00
371.00
4.75
33.40
so.oo
13.00
935.82
33.61
93.00
561.91
2.50
NUMBER
07190
0719
07192
07193 
07194
07195
07196
07197
07198
07199
07200
07201
07202
07203
07204
07205
07206
07207
07208
07209
07210
07211
07212
07213
07214
07215
07216
07217
07218
07219
07220
07221
07222
07223
07224
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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r AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Willi B. Stickney
Sunburst COlmlUDity Store
I. '!'rel.oar
Valley caeaunity eoapital
Bernard Vassallo
Lovella we.as
Richard s. Wicks
Malcolm Williws
Robert &. Allen
Jen Anderaon
Leo Archer
John p. Blanchard, M.D.
Robert G. Blanke, M.D.
Charles Bradley, M.D.
Boys Republic
Mr. Peter Bratt
Barbara Brookshier
calvary Chapel of Carpinteria
La Wanna J. Cwpbell
Florence Carlson
coast Rent.a
Aiha Collier
Coa1mauni ty Ambulance
Del Borte Mobile Bene Bstatea
Mary Ann. Donner
Dick DUprey
Florea Barber Shop
Barbara Ford
Walter B. GerWig, M.D.
Gibb and RUrat Developaents
Golden Bird Cafe -
Willi- Goldsmith, M.D.
City of Guadalupe
Alice JI. Beath
Dorothy Herrera

AMOUNT
s.so
7.42
4.00
267.80
56.62
76.50
so.oo
135.00
51.00
59.04
85.00
7,500.00
1, 000.00
1,750.00
425.00
528.04
47.75
150.00
26.40
20.16
397.50
56.67
2,000.00
75.00
28.92
18.04
6.75
14.52
1,000.00
700.00
42.54
40.56
12.00
27.72
17.40
NUMBER
07225
07226
07227
07228
01229
07230
07231
07232
07233
07234
07235
07236
07237
0723
07239
07240
0724
07242
07243
07244
07245
07246
07247
07248
07249
07250
07251
07252
07253
07254
07255
07256
07257
07258
07259
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED







AC - tl7
7/71

' . ' l  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Rousing Authority of Sn:ta Brbara
11ra. Claxtt Rat\bac:her
Harbert Janklov, M.D.
Baail  Johnaon
X & B construction
Mr. c. Lallar
Robert Lmabuth, M.D.
Joanna Leali
Mra. Robert Lnolter
Oralia Mdara
Joseph P. Maguire, M.D.
BRic B. Marcus, M.D.
Robert Mll&Zetti. M.D.
Me1110rial Rehabilitation Foundation
Jead Michela, M.D.
Lloyd MccJlen, M.D.
owen Jloor
a.  llUlkins
Jlulti craft, Inc.
Wendy Nutter
George T. Rorthrop, M.D.
Yoahie Ohara
Annie L. Parker
BObert D. Perkins
Bettie Peteraon
Profaaaional Ambulnce Service
PUrchaaing Aqent's Re.olving l'Und
Alvaree R.ichardaon
AMOUNT
196.44
6.70
230.00
132.00
1,033.84
75.00
280.00
43.92
149.lS
536.68
6.72
50.76
150.00
41.00
11,125.00
61.50
66.24
50.00
53.00
67.00
1.499.00
2,675.05
112.SO
400.00
29.40
54.48
67.96
19.44
2,200.00
1,417.50
216.72
J  a R. St. John. M.D. 22.56
S/B 08-GYB Medical GrOUp, Inc. 3,850.00
S/B Co. Flood control & 1ftr cons Diat:ll a 418. 80
Belen Schulz, M.D. 33.60 .
NUMBER
0726
07261
07262
07263
07264
07265
07266
07267
07268
0726
07270
0727
07272
07273
0727
07275
0727
0727
0727
0727
07280
072
072
072
07294
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


J
AC - 1 97
7/73

 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
Sbif fman, Jlayor
e Shoe Box
 a. P. Siqnorelli
 Gordon Sllith, M.D.
ie Soria
ack Steinaann Calif Lifa.aving Asn.
-e A. Talmisian
ta 'l'eniente
ax.as Lunch
 Plorence Vargas
~olein Warkentin
nald S. Webb, M.D.
A. White, Jr.
lfred s. Willis
AMOUNT
166.59
21.20
65.00
13.54
48.60
2,421.90
109.92
48.36
68.53
100.00
18.36
625.00
463.06
43.20
~.arlaa Willis 909.30
ohn P. MD, Jr. 650.SO
atheaia A9aoc:iat:ea Medical Group Inc. 4,000.00
bert s. Barry 9.oo
arpinteria valley Chmlber of coserce 419.10
-ry P. Crawford, 11.D. 625.00
r. Milton v. DUncan 620.06
leta valley Mosquito Abatwnt Dit. 1,191.00
rothy R. Jacobson 59.60
-.1n Levine
n. Royce R. Le11ellen
l w. owen, 11.0.
ic:hael B. hho
ayna Paton
lgar Pohls
'TVin B. Sainz
Sansua
anta Barbara Cottge Bospital
anta Brbara Medical Clinic

anta Barbara llatio~l Bank
19.19
s.oo
193.84
313.50
25.00
140.00
1,636.02
669.16
510. 76
1,735.75
562.50
380.12

NUMBER
07295
07296
07297
07298
07299
07300
07301
07302
07303
07304
07305
07306
07307
07308
07309
07310
073ll
07312
07313
07314
07315
07316
07317
07318
07319
07320
07321
07322
07323
07324
07325
07136
07327
07328
07329
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC  t 17
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  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
ta Barbra Batianal Bank
~ta z. Zanetti Specia1 Account

AMOUNT
655.28
360.00
94.486.97* 
NUMBER
07330
07331

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
JOAD PUllD 0015
conco General Sngineering Contractors
General Telephone Company
M. J. Barmrec'k, Inc.
PUrchasing Aqent'a Revolving PUnd
Sant.a Barbar Rational Bank
CAPl!AL outl1\Y 0030
J. w. Bailey constzuction company
J. w. Bailey construction ccnpany
Treasurer, county of Santa Barbara
0045
Joaeph P. Green
Pu'cbasing Agent's Revolving Pund
0170 r
Antone Azevedo
W. M. BOWar, D.Jll.D.
Blectro Pacific, Inc.
I~rared Induatriee, Inc.
Bartley P. Kenyon
Standard Oil ca11pany of California
Barl A. Walters
'i'RAl1SIO!TMIOI !O!KIE S!D!TN,. 1900
General. Telephone ec:mpany
PUrc:haaing Agent Revolving PUnd
AMOUNT
34,644.37
161.76
36,342.02
103.26
85.42
71,336.83*
9,132.21
27,037.08
231.50
36,400.79*
23.90
14.23
38.13*
36.77
99.10
37.84
1,318.96
103.97
9.20
78.94
1,684.78*
33.18
9.44
42.62*

NUMBER
07332
07333
07334
07335
07336
07337
07338
07339
07340
07341
07342
07343
07344
07345
07346
07347
07348
07349
07350
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND JlISCBLTUilBOUS
PA YEE/REMARKS
1960
S/B ,CO, !!R IOLLt11'I5 C01'1'ROL DI8TRICJ'
PUrchaainq Agent's Revolvinq Pund
Clifton J. Seymour
Bdward M. Tate
COp!TY QRYICB AJ!BA NO, 3 2121
Southern California Bdison C(llllp&ny
COO&IY' SBMCB MBA 110. 4 2130
Pacific Ga & Blectric Campany
Pacific Ga & Blectric Company
COU!tl'Y SBRVlCB AR!A NO. 5 2140
Pacific Ga & Blectric Company
do
COtJllTY SB1(VICS ADA RO, 31 2220
Southern California Bdison Company

CASglIA LI@."IBG DISTRICT 2670
Pacific Ga & Blectric Campany
do
DATpc'l'OBBR 9, 1973
AMOUNT
20.76
120.84
14.76
156.36*
163.55
163.55*
2,010.91
2,004.09
4.015.00*
3,360.49
3,349.13
6.709.62*
49.41
49.41*
51.78
51.61
103.39*

NUMBER
07351
07352
07353
07354
07355
07356
07357
07358
07359
07360
07361
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC ~ J 17
7/73

1U "'  -
L r AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
GJl!Q'1.YPI LJGftTJllG RITxc:r 2680
Pacific Gas & Slectric Company
do
Pacific Gas & Blectric Company
do
ORC~t'f' LiqlftIBG DIS'l'RICT 2710
Pacific Gas & Blectric Campany
do

2690
S.Nl'l'! YdBZ LIGlftIBG DlSTR}'.CT 2730
Pacific Gas & Blectric Company
do

Bd cox Garage
Culligan
Puller's
Malter International Corporation
Southwest Flexible Company
SMIT  .: ~ .
Jamieson Construction co., Inc:.
G.Bll!RAJ. PtJND 0001
Paul s. Floyd
290

AMOUNT
1,011.94
1,015.86
2.021.80*
251.17
252.11
503.28*
506.22
504.09
1,010.31*
121.90
121.49
243.39*
16.96
7.00
8.37
253.61
224.80
510.74*
84,016.11
84,016 .11*
78.90
78.90*
NUMBER
07362
07363
07364
07365
07366
07367
07368
07369
07370
07371
07372
07373
07374
07375
07376
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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7/73
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER ~  .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND SAX.A.RIBS
PAYEE/REMARKS
!Judge Milton Blconin
Judge James Pattillo


DATE October 9, 1973
AMOUNT
144.59
173.23

NUMBER
JOOll
J0012
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


130
'
October 9, 1973
RE: Requests for Appropriation, Cancel lation or Revision of Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing requests for appropriation, cancellation or revision of funds are hereby, approved, in
the budget classifications and amounts shown, and the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to make the necessary transfers:
SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS
October 9, 1973
Transfer No. 61
VARIOUS
From:
3710/6100 Reg. Sa laries
Approp. for Contingency
(General Fund)
Approp. for Contingency
(Petroleum Fund)
Transfer No. 68
S. B. GENERAL HOSPITAL
From:
6310/8600 Equipment

$11,677.53
10,577.10
411.72
$ 500.00
6310/7070 Household Expense 5ao.oo
Transfer No. 77 .
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER and DATA PROCESSING
From:
0410/9100 Cost Applied 92.34
To:
3710/6300 Overtime 
Various Depts. (I ist
attached to transfer)
4050/6300 Overtime
T- o: 6310/8600 Equipment
To:
2540/7461 Acctg. Systems
Service
$11,677.53
10,577.10
411.72
1,000.00
92 .34
RE: Continued Hearings on Planning Commission and Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee
Recommendations for Approval of Amendment to Article IV of Ordinance No. 661 to Rezone Certain
Properties and/or Creation of Agricultural Preserves.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject continued hearings on the following properties be, and the same are hereby,
continued to Monday, October 29, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m.:
RE:
Inc. from
Municipal
a) Bixby Ranch Company & Point Concepcion Company (72-RZ-84)
(72-AP-197), Point Concepcion Area. 
b) G. Raymond Cornelius et ux (73-RZ-10) annexed to (70-
AP-159) and (73-AP-1), Refugio Area.
c) Clarence L. Johnson (73- RZ-19) (73- AP-2), Santa Ynez Area.
d) Gertrude E. Reyes, et al (73-RZ-21) (73-AP-5, 6, 7 and 8),
Cuyama Area.
e) Lei la Y. Mathers (73-AP- 9) , Lompoc Area.
f) Messrs. G. Nicholson & H. Long (73-RZ- 22)(73-AP-11), Garey
area.
Continued Hearing on Appeal of Attorneys Hol I ister, Brace & Angle on Behalf of Wal lover,
Planning Commission Denial for Rezoning (72- RZ-96) on Property Located in the Embarcadero
Improvement District, Third District.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
The Planning Director gave the background subject matter, which was involved also
with an amendment to a General Plan request, which had been denied by the Planning Commission.
The Planning Commission continued subject matter to December 19, 1973, since there was no EIR.
Attorney Robert M. Jones, representing the Embarcadero Municipal Improvement District,
indicated this is an appeal from an adverse decision of the Planning Commission, which has been
on the Board's agenda for a long time. He had hoped that Attorney Hol I ister would be present
today so they could iron out their differences and try to come to some conclusions. However, under
the circumstances, he requested the Board to deny subject appeal.
Attorney Hollister had been reminded about the October 3, 1973 Planning Commission
hearing and a request had not been received that it be dropped. This is unfair, as Attorney Hollister
was expected to be here today.
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against
subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject appeal be, and the same is hereby, denied.
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of Simonsen-LeMons Development Company from Planning
Commission Denial of Request of Casa La Cumbre for a Conditional Use Permit (73-CP-58) and a
Variance (73-V-47), Goleta, Third District.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;

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October 9, 1973
The Planning Director pointed out the location of the property, as shown on the screen
transparency. Reference was made to the Planning staff report, dated July 16, 1973, and the Planning
Commission zoning report, dated September 26, 1973. The staff recommendation was for denial
of both signs, but recommended that the westerly gate sign be allowed. The zoning report showed
a unanimous vote to deny the request completely.
Donald Simonsen, the applicant, stated that the Planning Commission required him to
prepare a plan for a decorative wall, which was submitted and approved. He was granted a bui I ding
permit, put up the sign and the wall. After completion of the building, he was told that one sign
was in non-conformance. Now he has to get additional approval for the sign about which he was
not aware. The sign on the decorative wal I has been used for their advertising, which is important
to his project. The sign on the west side would be acceptable to him and therefore, he requested
approval on that basis.
The Planning Director felt that the Variance for the 55 sq. ft. sign on the left or west
wall could be justified because of the larger letters. Mr. Simonsen also pointed out the lateness
of the hour, inasmuch as perhaps the Planning Commission could have made a better decision.
The Planning Director pointed out that the ordinance presently al lows one sign - 20 sq. ft. maximum,
so it is a matter of 110 sq. ft. for two entrance gate signs versus 20 sq. ft. The staff's original
recommendation could be supported for the sign as constructed on the left or west side and removal
of the other from the east wall. Supervisor Frost said he would not vote to approve any sign larger
than the required 20 sq. ft.
Upon motion of Supervisor Stater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried, with
Supervisor Frost voting "No", it is ordered that the appeal of Simonsen-LeMons Development Company
from Planning Commission denial of request pertaining to a Variance (73-V-47) to vat idate two entrance
gate signs on property identified as Assessor's No. 65-240-24, located on the north side of Vieja
Drive, on the south side of Atascadero Creek, approximately 300 feet west of Puente Drive, known
as Casa La Cumbre Development, Goleta Valley, Third Supervisorial District be, and the same is
hereby, granted, only as the Variance pertains to the sign as it exists on the west wall.
The Board of Supervisors recessed to meet as the Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency.
Board of Supervisors Sitting as an Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency.
October 9, 1973 at 2: 15 o'clock, p.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis
Tunnell; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Charles F. Catterl in
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Quality Act of 1970 and California Supreme Court
Decision of Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County, Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirement
for Projects. 
The report from the Technical Review Staff of EQAA, from its meeting of October 4,
1973 was filed with the Clerk.
RE: TRS Recommendations for Approval of Negative Declarations.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
this Agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the recommendations
of the Technical Review Staff that the following draft Negative Declarations will not have any significant
impact on the environment, and are hereby, approved as Negative Declarations:
73-ND-396, Charles & Violet Willis, Conditional Use Permit application (73-CP-75), Lompoc
Vat ley, Fourth District .
73-ND-397, C. Jerre Lloyd, Lot Split #11, 861, Hope Ranch Area, Third District.
73-ND-398, Stanton T. Stavrum, Devlopment Plan, Goleta, Third District.
73- ND-399, Santa Barbara County Planning Commission, a local open space and implementation
program (73-GP-12) .
73-ND-402, Robert H. Garner for Martha T. Bal I and Arleen Sturmer, Lot Split #11, 904,
Carpinteria Area, First District.
RE: TRS Recommendations Pertaining to 73-ND-400, Penfield & Smith for Borgatello/Kaiser -
Aetna, Lot Split #11, 791, Summerland Area, First District.
Subject property is zoned 3-E-1 with a General Plan designation of Open and Grazing.
Supervisor Frost felt that this should be changed to 20-AL-O and the General Plan redesignation
to Agriculture.
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October 9, 1973
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried un~nimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 15, 1973. ,
I I
RE: TRS Recommendation on 73-ND-401, James M. DeLoreto, for Artesia Water Company,
Proposed Conditional Use Permit, Goleta Area, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 15, 1973.
RE: TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73-EIR-29, State of California, State Lands Commission,
Proposed Lease of State Lands by Union Oil Company for Pipeline and Barge Loading Facility at
Cojo Bay, Fourth District.
Reference was made to the report, dated October 5, 1973, directed to EQAA from the
Environmental Quaf ity Coordinator on subject matter, with the fol lowing suggested comments on
the draft El R:

1) Marvin Levine, Deputy County Counsel, letter dated September 19, 1973;
~) Wendell L. Nichols, Engineering Geologist, Development Division, Department of
Public Works, memo dated October 4, 1973;
3) Albert F. Reynolds, Environmental Quality Coordinator, letter dated September 27,
1973; County Counsel, stated
4) Summary of Findings of TRS Meeting of October 4, 1973.
Also attached as Tab 5 without TRS comment for EQAA disposition, are proposed comments
by County Counsel. These comments are considered to be legal and procedural in nature, and
therefore, be in the jurisdiction of the Technical Review Staff.
The County of Santa Barbara Technical Review Staff has found the draft EIR to be incomplete
and inaccurate in the particulars set forth in Tabs 1-4, attached, and therefore, the Environmental
Qua I ity Coordinator recommended:
1) that EQAA approve the TRS findings and Tabs 1-4 and instruct OEQ to transmit
them to the State Lands Commission;
2) that EQAA make a policy determination as to the disposition of County Counsel
comments and Tab 5, and to instruct OEQ accordingly;
3) that EQAA name the Environmental Quality Coordinator as a County of Santa Barbara
contact for such further I iaison with the State Lands Commission on this matter, as may be required.
Discussion ensued on the letter of Marvin Levine, Deputy County Counsel, dated September
19, 1973. Roy Martin, of Union Oil Company referred to subject matter on the responsibility involved
about payment for damages in which the Union Oil Company refuses to pay these claims on the
oil matter, as discussed earlier. Supervisor Tunnell stated that he had discussed with the County
Counsel, the problems on several occasions. He contended that Mr. Levine is prejudiced and emotionally
involved, to say the least. He is discussing a matter which is entirely separate from the application
that is on the agenda today . Also, that he was to be removed from participating as a representative
of County Counsel in these matters, other than those to which he had already been assigned.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations of the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator contained in his
letter of October 5, 1973 be, and the same are hereby, confirmed, with the exception of the deletion
of policy statement on County Counsel's comments and Tab 5.
RE: TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73-ND-395, Union Oil Company, Application to
Drill Maximum of 5 Additional Producing Wells from Existing Drill Site Service Location at Point
Concepcion, 1500 Feet East of Point Concepcion Light House, Fourth District.
Some of the comments contained in 73-EIR-29, State of California proposed lease of
State lands by Union Oil Company for a pipeline and barge loading facility at Cojo Bay were interjected
into subject matter as well. Mr. Reynolds, the Environmental Quality Coordinator, pointed out
that the State Lands Commission EIR is based on the fact that the EIR does not take into account
the protection of the five wel Is to be deleted. The TRS recommendation on the ND was purely for
technical plans as a basis for the County permitting a local option. It has nothing to do with the
State Lands Commission. If the entire project is approved, it still has to come back for further
permit, as wel I as before the South Coast Regional Commission .
The Planning Director pointed out that the zoning on this particular property is subject
to the OEO Oi I Dri II ing Combination Regulations in the ordinance, whereby the Planning Commission
shall approve 16 mandatory conditions set out in the ordinance plus 15 optional conditions, plus
whatever conditions the County Petroleum Administrator would also apply. TRS felt that there are
opportunities for mitigation measures when it comes before the Planning Commission and prior to
that, from the Subdivision Committee. It was pointed out also, that there is an expansion of an
existing facility; there is oil activity in the general area. However, it is not on the official State
map as part of a recognized oil field. Joseph Green, County Petroleum Administrator pointed out
that there are some fields ~ithin the County recognized by the State Division of Oil and Gas and
only six are exempt by this Board as being ministerial. This is not one of these six fields, but
it is recognized as an existing oil field by the State Division of Oil & Gas. If all five wells drilled
would be productive and went through the marine terminal as existed, it still would be less than
25% of the criteria used. There should not have to be an inverse environmental impact.
Roy Martin of Union Oi I Company reiterated some statements made previously on the
other matter approved by EQAA, 73-EIR-29.
I
October 9, 1973
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried, with
Supervisor Slater voting "No", it is ordered that the TRS recommendation for approval of 73-ND-
395, Union Oi I Company, Fourth District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed .
RE: Report from Environmental Quality Coordinator on Faster Processing of Agricultural
Preserves ND 1 s .
The Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator submitted his report to EQAA, dated October
5, 1973 on subject matter to process Agricultural Preserve ND's more quickly in recognition of
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the fact that such preserves are one of the highest and best uses of the land with a generally positive
env i ronmenta I impact.
Having met with the Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee on October 5, 1973,
it was reported that actions are presently underway to expedite the present backlog of Agricultural
Preserve ND's and to facilitate further processing under the new Environmental Review procedures
effective October 29, 1973.
The Advisory Committee has approved a proposed ND covering the criteria for the Agricultur I
Preserve program at its October 5th meeting. Such an ND, once approved by EQAA can legally
meet the requirements of SEQA for the environmental assessment of all Agricultural Preserve applications,
which the Advisory finds meet such criteria. This proposed ND is to be received by TRS on October
25, 1973 and wi II be before EQAA on October 29, 1973. EQAA 's approval of the ND on October
29, 1973 will set the stage for approval on the same date of the backlog of ND's which were rereviewed
by the Advisory Committee on October 5, 1973 and found to meet the criteria of proposed
ND covering the Agricultural Preserve program.
The Advisory Committee is proposing to the Board that a member of the Environmental
Qua I ity Office sit as a regular member, together with initial representative of the Parks Department
of that Committee in its monthly review of Agribultural Preserve applications. His representative
would, in effect, perform OEQ's normal environmental assessment function by participation as a
Committee member. The Committee would continue to make the determination of those applications
which meet the overall Agricultural Preserve ND criteria. Preserves meeting the criteria would
automatically be covered by the program ND and would require no further environmental review.
The fees for the usual assessment and ND preparation would both be weighed in the application.
In rare cases where the Agricultural Preserve Committee determines that an individual
ND or EIR may be required on an application, the Committee would refer the application to OEQ
for an environmental assessment and preparation of the ND or EIR, as appropriate. The case would
receive the same processing as other County applications requiring environmental review and would
be subject to the same fee requirements.
_ Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations contained in subject report be, and the same are hereby,
confirmed.
RE: Report and Recommendation of Environmental Quality Coordinator Relative to Cost and
Feasibi I ity Estimate for an EIR Covering the Santa Ynez Valley.
The Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator summarized his report and recommendations
directed to EQAA, dated October 9, 1973 on subject matter. The first option investigated was the
one in which Livingston & Blayney, Consultants, would do the EIR as a part of their 18-month comprehen
sive plan for the County. As an alternative to an EIR for the Santa Ynez Valley, Mr. Livingston
suggested that the County consider a building moratorium for the Valley, until such time as the
comprehensive plan and implementing ordinances are completed. Mr. Reynolds has received a
number of preliminary proposals from qualified consultants for a short term EIR for the Santa Ynez
Valley, ranging in cost from $35,000.00 to $110,000. 00 depending upon the level of investigation
and in time from three to five months.
An alternative would be to use graduate student extra help from UCSB, as was done
in an economic study of an amended County zoning ordinance and General Plan . Dr. Perry Shapiro
of the Department of Economics and Dr. Rod Nash of the Department of Environmental Studies have
confirmed that qualified student interns are available to do the study. The work could be done
for $5,000.00 or less. This option has had a cost-effective, but it would not include air quality
considerations.
The air pollution study presents a special program since it appears that a minimum
of one year would be required to gather meteorological and air quality monitoring data adequate
to define air basin characteristics and air pollution levels and to analyze present and potential
ozone plan damage.
It is feasible to do an EIR of the Santa Ynez Valley. Options researched to date indicate
that the air quality aspects of the study would require a year and would be completed for $50,000.00
or less if County resources are used.
.
It appears clear that the County needs a complete El R of the Santa Ynez Valley as a
planning tool for decison-making on future developments. Pre I iminary estimates of the cost of several
alternative approaches to an EIR for the Valley were set forth, but there is a need for a definitive
request for proposals (RFP) on such options as EQAA wishes to pursue so that a pol icy decision
can be reached as to study scope, funding I imits and contracting.
The Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator submitted the three recommendations in his report
dated October 9, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 5, 1973, for
report back from the Environmental Quality Coordinator as contained in his recommendations to
EQAA, dated October 9, 1973 .
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October 9, 1973
RE: Continued Hearing on 73-EIR- 25, Alisa! Ranch Master Plan; General Plan and Zoning
Change to Allow Construction of Cluster- type Housing Units on the Al isal Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley,
Third District.
The Clerk read communications from the following persons:
Dorothy Brandt of Solvang - requesting an EIR in depth from the Environmental Quality
Coordinator;
James M. Slater - the ranch is not in a water service district and has no commitment
for a supply. The use of riparian rights is questionable, as well as the impact on SMID. There
is no committment as to fire protection services. In conclusion, Supervisor Slater suggested a
continuation of said hearing for one year to allow time to get the needed data to complete the report;
Daniel, Mann, Johnson and Menden ha I I - they clarified certain statements contained
in subject draft EIR. Said comments were made a part of the record hereof.
Mr. Reynolds, Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator, agreed, in general, with the comments
of Supervisor Slater.
A motion was made by Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, which was
later withdrawn, to continue subject matter for one year.
Attorney Brian Rapp in his presentation on behalf of Brattain Company and Jackson
family, stated that their report is adequate, this is a good project and a legitimate, sound proposal
as to the environmental aspects. He is also aware of the problem creating the smog. The actual
overall project is not the subject being discussed today. This draft EIR complies with the format
and rules set up and has been approved by TRS. On the question of the adequacy of the El R or
incompleteness, Mr. Reynolds stated that there are areas of incomplete information, but there are
two sides to the matter. The Board can make a policy decision that this is the best that is available
at the moment. This has happened on previous projects in the Valley. However, Mr. Reynolds
has reservations that this is not a complete EIR and it should be, before being passed by the Board.
The Planning Director pointed out that it was recommended for approval. At the Planning
Commission level, he didn't feel that there was much discussion about the real causes for smog
in the Valley, which is auto traffic and tourists. If this is the case, the County would be waiting
for the further effect of smog on the town of Solvang before going ahead and this is the reason
that he did not vote "No" on the TRS motion.
Supervisor Frost suggested that Supervisor Slater would consent to getting together
with Attorney Rapp and the applicant to submit a statement that they would both agree on as to
where the EIR is deficit and incomplete and they would go forward with the EIR then, as information,
when the Planning Commission considers the project.
Deputy County Counsel Trescher explained that under the State law and the County
Guidelines, there is authority to approve what appears to be an inadequate EIR. There are two
incompatible findings and the Board can knowingly vote and find it to be inadequate but, nevertheless,
approve it.
Supervisor Slater suggested getting this information required, as to air quality, sewage,
water, etc, through the Air Pollution Control District and other departments in coordinating with
the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator, including officials of Vandenberg Air Force Base and then
come back with an answer after all the information has been assembled and put together. In any
event, Supervisor Slater did not wish to conclude the matter without having the proper facts at
hand.
Supervisor Frost felt that a good way to measure the environmental impact would be
to gather information as to the added vehicle mileage travel in the Valley. Supervisor Slater stated
there are unknown factors, such as how much more pollution will be added, how many more schools
and treatment plants would be needed, etc.
Mr. Palmer Jackson made a statement on behalf of the applicant. He felt that the concern
about smog is an extremely unfair approach on this particular project. TRS has agreed that as
much information has been provided at this time as is available. Mr. & Mrs. John Severson, Santa
Ynez residents made a presentation in favor of subject proposal.
William Webb, President of the Santa Ynez Citizens' for the General Plan, stated that
they have been lucky to have the Al isal Ranch and Jackson family as neighbors. They have done
a lot of good community Service. However, EQAA should find this EIR inadequate in regard to
air pollution because the facts have not yet been provided. EQAA should withhold passing judgement
on this report until the Environmental Quality Coordinator has found that there has been a proper
study made on air pollution and this report can honestly reflect the true facts.
Mr. John Severson stated that this is a unique project to be spread over a period of
20 years. A decision must be made now or EQAA should come up with a totally different approach.
Mr. Leo Hanley, a resident of Solvang for over 50 years, stated that this issue of smog is way
far and beyond what can be settled here today. This one project should not have to be shut for
a year for this reason.
Mrs. Iris C. Lackey, a 9- year resident, whose property borders Al isal Ranch near
Nojoqui Falls Park has no objection to the project. Each weekend about 1200 to 3,000 people go
past her property on their way to Nojoqui Falls Park and houses put up in 40-unit increments per
year over a period of 20 years should not add considerable air pollution.
I
Supervisor Slater asked Deputy County Counsel Trescher if an EIR can be approved
for purposes I imited to a General Plan change only. She stated that it is a question of fact. If
EQAA feels that this particular report is adequate on a portion, EQAA may accept and adopt it
as such, as described by the applicant, provided that it is at least the first portion. If a change
in the General Plan is involved, the EIR, as a matter of principle, could be approved without violating
or looking at the matter piecemeal. This is a part of the concept of the State Act and Guidelines.
An EIR can be approved as adequate as to the impact that would come from a General Plan change
from agriculture or open and grazing to residential designation. Also to be included would be
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October 9, 1973 135
the additional f inding EQAA felt should become a part of the report. If it is not deemed adequate
for all purposes for discretionary projects as an overall project, then it can be approved for the
General Plan alone.
Mr. Reynolds, the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator, stated that this would form a
pol icy point of view. If the two conditions on adverse impact were stipulated and adopted by EQAA
and put into the EIR, it could be considered adequate but the findings must be made; that the project
will have environmental impact which will be sewage and air pol lution .
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against
subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
this agency hereby makes a finding and determination that subject draft 73-EIR-25 be, and the
same is hereby, approved and adopted as an EIR, as being adequate, for the limited purpose of
a General Plan change only, with the fol lowing further findings to be incorporated in the EIR as
having adverse effects:
1) air pollutants produced by this project .will be four times those projected in the
report for recreational use;
2) there is no provision for sewage disposal by the project proponents. At this time,
it is unknown whether connection to SMID or a separate sewerage disposal system would be approved
by the State Regional Water Qual ity Control Board.
The Board of Supervisors reconvened.

Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis
Tunnel I; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent Absent: Supervisor Charles F. Catterlin
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Continued Hearing on Portion of Petan Company (Al isal Ranch) General Plan Amendment
(71-GP-16), which Pertains to the Proposed Application of "Residential" to an Area of Approximately
2, 550 Acres in the Vicinity of Lake Al isal, Santa Ynez, Third District.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
T he Planning Director reviewed some pertinent information on subject matter and pointed
out the property located in the Valley from a screen transparency.
T he Clerk read a note from Gifford Davidge expressing approval of subject plan.
The Clerk also read a letter from Mr. and Mrs. W. Henshaw of Santa Ynez, requesting
t hat the Board deny subject application, as they are extremely concerned that the proposed development
wi II become a residential development and wi II add to the congestion in Solvang and, therefore,
require new roads.
Attorney Brian Rapp, representing the appl icants, said the big issue today is whether
the Jackson family can continue to expand facilities on the acreage by construction of the 850 recreationoriented
units over the next 20 years.
Attorney Rapp gave the history of the Ranch, when it was one big land grant. It
was purchased in 1943 by C. H. Jackson, Jr. and it became a guest ranch in 1945 balanced with
the cattle ranch concept since then. The resort concept existed before the zoning or the General
Plan was adopted and is presently designated as resort in the General Plan. This is basically
a continuous process of developing this land from 1943 to the presen t.
'
In speaking of the problems involved for them to maintain the ownership of the Ranch,
he said they are trying to maintain the existing qua I ity of the Ranch and on a minimum financial
basis, develope it, so that it is prudent to continue under the same ownership. He said that if
it was felt that this project would ruin the Valley, the applicant would have dropped this matter.
Supervisor Frost said he cal led this gradual development over 20 year s for 850 units
"regimentation". He pointed out the demand for more recreational faci l ities to get people on the
golf course and on the trai ls to provide an outlet for people who want to stay here.
Mrs. Severson, a director of the Friends of Santa Barbara County organization, spoke
in support of subject proposal as a p lan of slower control led growth. She and her husband own
a home under lease of the property on Al isal Ranch and have quite a substantial financial investment
involved. The positive aspects of this General Plan change far outweigh the negative aspects -
good professional planning has gone into this proposal. This is not only for the Al i sal property,
but for the whole Valley.
Reference was made to the Environmental Impact Report of Alisal Ranch, which was
approved by EQAA this date. In looking at the alternatives, it was pointed out that there is the
right of a private land owner to use his property as he sees fit, as long as he conforms to the
objectives and goals of the community and General Plan .
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Mr. William Webb, President of Santa Ynez Citizens for the General Plan, referred to
Attorney Rapp's comment about al lowing them to expand the land grant. They are not in opposition
to such expansion, but they are against this particular plan. The project involves a change in
the Gener al Plan which is not consistent with the orderly growth of the Valley. This is for special
permiss ion to change this for a residential development. The Lake presently exists, and he suggested
putting the agricultural land in a Agricultural Preserve and increase the hotel capacity.
Mrs. Lana Pinassi spoke in opposition to any General Plan change of this scope until
an Environmental Impact Study can be conducted for the entire Valley to establish a logical holding
capacity to maintain the desired quality of life. She questioned whether or not, although slow growth
over 20 year s was planned, possibly they would be bui It up sooner than that.
Mr. Palmer Jackson stated that they intend to fol low the s low and gradual growth over
the 20 year period that will fit in with the Valley. Naturally, there will be r easonable restrictions
place upon the development.
Mrs. D. Webb of Ballard q uestioned the tax element and cost of service r equired for
the development - are they justified?
Discussion ensued on the infeasible economic facility of using the Ranch for agriculture
and operation of a cattle business on 10, 000 acr es. Mr. Jackson explained that t he water in the
Lake cannot be used for agricultural purposes or grazing cattle, but i t can be used fo r r ecreational
purposes only or emergency u ses. They have expanded the hotel operation and people can come
in and use these smaller homes w hen they want to.
The proponents are satisfied and r ecognize that this type of development should actu al ly
help the community in many ways from a tax basis. With the concept of second homes, it wi 11
discourage more children residing there and not fi ll up the schools. There ar e advantages the
community gets out of the area and t here should be no burden on the community, as they ar e wil I ing
to pay their fair shar e of the taxes to avoid any such burden.
Mr. Jackson stated that the second homes would be made avai lable for sa le to anyone
interested in a second home. Basically, it would be for people out of the County, with the owners
retaining ownership of the land. The leases contemplated would be for the same 75 year p eriod
as exist s at present. The houses would be sold , with the owners of the property controlling their
construction. The proponents do not comtemplate sel I ing any of the property. The sizes of the
houses would range from about 900 sq. ft . . to a maximum of 1500 to 1600 sq. ft. The concept is
to clu ster the units built, utilizing as litt le space as possible to maximi ze the surrounding open
space. The recreational facilities would be another ar ea of the Ranch property.
In concl usion, Supervisor Slater felt that the project itself would have an adverse on
the env ironment of the Valley and therefore, would not be to the ben efit of the Valley to change
the General Plan for this development.
Chairman Beattie indicated his mixed feel ings on the development or the concept. Since
the orig inal adoption of the County General Plan, people have changed their minds and different
compr ehensive planning has evolved. He stated that perhaps this would be good for the Valley.
There being no further appearances or written statements submi tted for or agai nst
subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the r ecommendation of the County Planning Commission from the request of the
Petan Company (Alisa( Ranch) (71 - GP-16) for an amendment to the General Plan of the County of
Santa Barbar a, as amended, which pertains only to application of the 11Residential 11 designation at
a density of 3 or more acres per family to an ar ea of approximately 2, 550 acr es in the vicinity
of Lake Alisa(, Alisa( Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley, Third District be, and the same is her eby, disapproved.
Upon motion the Board adjourned sine die .

The foregoing Minutes ar e hereby approved.
ATTEST:
J. E. WIS, County Clerk
BY~~~~~~~~L-~~
HOWARD C. MENZE
Assi stant County Clerk
F IS H . BEATTIE, Chairman o the
Board of Supervisors



October 15, 1973; 
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, October 15, 1973, at 9:30. o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis
Tunnel I; and J. E. Le'wis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Charles F. Catterlin
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Reverend James Nelson, Trinity Baptist Church, followed by
the Pl edge of A 11 eg iance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of October 9, 1973 meeting.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of October 9, 1973 'meeting be dispensed with, and
the minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Appeal of Arthur N. Rupe from Planning Commission Denial of Request for a Variance
(73"-V-53). and a Conditional Exception to Allow Construction of a Dwelling, Hope Ranch, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Sup. ervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 5, 1973-. at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on the appeal of Arthur N. Rupe from Planning Commission
denial of request for a Variance (73-V-53) ' to allow construction of a dwelling approximately 40'. 
feet from the official bluff line instead of 50 feet minimum required and a Conditional Exception to
allow said residence to be located 8 and 10. feet from the side property lines instead of 25 feet minimum
required under provisions of Article X and the 1. '5 - EX-1 District Classification of Ordinance No.
661 for property located on the south side of Creciente Drive approximately 700 feet easterly of
Conchita Lahe and known as 4161 Creciente Drive, Assessor's Parcel No. 63 - 233- '04',  Hope Ranch,
Third District; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper
of general circulation, as fol lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE) 
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation fo~ Proposed Adoption of an Ordinance Amending
Ordinance No. 661 to Delete from the Statement of Purpose, Use of the Planned Development District
Inconsistent with the General Plan (73'-0A-21) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 5, 1973; at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on Planning Commission recommendation for proposed ordinance
amending Subsection 26, 1 of Section 26, P - Planned Development Districts, of Article V, Specific
District Regulations, of Ordinance No. 661 to delete from the Statement of Purpose, use of the Planned
Development District inconsistent with the General Plan (73-0A-21); per Planning Commission Resolution
No. 73 . 107~ and that notice of said hearing be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press,
a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval on Request of the County Department
of Transportation (73rGP- 13). for an Amendment to the Amended General Plan for La'nd Use and Circulation
for the Lompoc Valley Area (GP-68) to Designate Non-motorized Bicycle Ways, Lompoc Valley,
Fourth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 5, 1. 973 ~ ". at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the' same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on Planning Commission recommendation fo~ approval
on request of County Department of Transportation (73-GP-13) for an amendment to the Amended
General Plan for Lahd Use and Circulation for the Lompoc Valley Area (GP-6B) to designate nonmotorized
bicycle ways, Lompoc Valley, Fourth District; per Planning Commission Resolution No.
73-'108~  and that notice be given by publication in the Lompoc Record, a newspaper of general
circulation, as follows, to-wit:
\ (NOTICE)
RE: Resolution and Notice of Intention to Abandon Portions of Certain County Roads Known
as an Unnamed Alley, Cuesta Street, Lucca Avenue, Corral De Quati, and Santa Yn.e z Street, Third
District.

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October 1 5, 1973" 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73--675
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement between the County and Flood Control
District Detailing Conditions and Methods of Payment for Corrective Measures to Improve Drainage
on Deer Trail Road, Tract #10, 188,  Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73;676:
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution of Abandonment of Portions of a Certain County Road Known as Edison Street,
Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73--677 :
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Quitclaim Deed between the County of Santa Barbara and Bertram P. and
Ruth Husband in Connection with Abandonment of Land Adjacent to Edison Street and State Highway
Route 154, . Santa Ynez Area.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they a re hereby, authorized and directed to
execute said Deed, dated October 15., 1973, in accordance with an Agreement between said parties,
dated May 15, 1972 ~ and the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record subject
Deed in the Santa Barbara Recorder's Office.
RE: Request from Director of Transportation that the Auditor be Authorized to Draw a Warrant
in the Amount of $175. 00 as Payment for a Crop Growing on Acquired Right of Way, Made Payable
to Henry and Lawrence Rivaldi.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to draw a warrant
in the amount of $175:.oo on Road Fund 4510'7'"7970 made payable to Henry Rivaldi and Lawrence Rivaldi,
dba Mission Bel le Dairy, as payment for a crop growing on the acquired right of way, as provided
in Paragraph 2H of t.he Right of Way Contract executed July 9, . 1973".
RE: Recommendation for Approval from the Director of Transportation on Request of Zeta .
Beta Tau Fraternity for: Closure of a Portion of El Greco Road on October 27, 1973 for a Street
Dance Between 8: ao p. m. and 12: 30' a. m.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Transpor tation on request of the Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity for temporary closure of a portion of El Greco Road, between Embarcadero Del Norte
and the west boundary of the University of California Campus on October 27, 1973 between 8: 30
p.m. and 12:30' a.m. for a street dance be, andthe same is hereby, confirmed; with the condition
that any obstructions within the road right of way will be immediately removed by the applicants
in the event of an emergency. 1
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and State Director of Agricul- 
ture for State Contribution Toward Salary of County Agricultural Commissioner During FY .1973i-74'. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73:678 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Releases of All County Claims for: Damages to County Vehicles Resulting
from Vehicular Accidents.

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October 15., 1973 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute Releases of all County claims for damages to County vehicles resulting from vehicular accidents,
as follows:
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Ralph loimo - for accident on Lakeview and Orcutt on May 4, 1973,  in the amount of .
$1'05.49.
Mike Laurie - for accident on El Sueno Road and Sherwood Drive, on July 5, 1973 ~ 
in the amount of $2'81 .01 .
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and
he is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in full settlement therefor to
the Transportation Working Capital Fund.
RE: Request of Purchasing Agent for a Finding that the Estimated Expense of Work Done
on Repairs to the Rancho Embarcadero Storm Drain is not to Exceed $1 0, 000. 00, and Authorization
to Let Contract Without Going to Bid. (Job No. 31 '06.4) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request which will not exceed $1 0,000.00 be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed, pursuant to Section 1074 of the California Streets and Highways Code.
It is further ordered that the Purchasing Agent be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to let a contract covering both work and materials, or purchase the' materials and let the
contract for doing the work, or purchase the materials and do the work by day labor, without
going to formal bid.
RE: Request of County Assessor for Allowance of 80%' of Homeowner's Ex.emption to Claimant
who Failed to File Timely Claim but Did Fi le on or Before . the 15th of .)une.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the above-entitled request, dated October 5, 1973 be, and the same is hereby,
approved as provided by Section 27'5 of the Revenue and Taxation Code for Van Wyk, John A.,
et al, 3, 000, 125-053-'42., Out of State.

RE: Request of Administrative Officer for Waiver of Street Lighting Requirements for Various
Lot Splits.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, .seconded by supervisor Slater., and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of t.he Administrative Offic.er fol'.' waiver of t.he street lightfng provisions
as contained in County street lighting Resolution No. 69-507' for the following Lot Splits be, and
the same are hereby, approved; it having been determined that the installation of street lights in
that area, at this time, would not be in keeping with the established neighborhood pattern for: street
I ighting:
a) Lot Split #11,81i, Fifth District b)  Lot Split #11,891, Third District c) Lot Split
#11~897, . Fifth District d) Lot Split #11 ','91?1, " First District
RE: Recommendation from the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for Denial of Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance
Carrier for denial of the following claims be, and the same are hereby, confirmed; as there is no
lega I I iabi I ity on the part of the County:
Andrew Bachels, 9/17/7~ ', '. in the amount of $1 0.,000 
Claudia Brindel, 8/27 /7~ ",  in the amount of $7'50, 000'. 00
 RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for Release of Bond Posted for Open
Space and Acceptance of the Open Space for Maintenance, Tract #11 ', 470 '(Formerly Tract #11~ 044) .
Up0n motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bond posted for Open Space be, and the' same is hereby, released as to al I
future acts and conditions:
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October 15, 1973. 
Surety Company of the Pacific, as Surety - Ko-Art Homes, Inc., William H. Koart and
Nellie Koart, as Principal, for Bond No. 105028.  in the amount of $5. ooo.oo.
It is further ordered that the Open Space be, and the same is hereby, accepted.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $650. oo Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings, Del Cielo Mobile Home Estates, Santa Maria. (73,.CP-03)'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, .seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the amount
of $6'50.00' for irrigation system and landscape plantings  fo~ Del Cielo Mobile Home Estates at 32'1tr 
Santa Maria Way, Santa Maria, Fifth District, Assessor's Parcel No. 109'- 20'0'-22' be, and the same
is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of the County La'ndscape Architect to Deposit $2, 500. 00 Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings, Devereux School (New Building Complex), Goleta. (62-CP-94) 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the amount
of $2,500'.00 for Devereux School New Building Complex at 701 ' Storke Road, Goleta, Assessor's
Parcel No. 73 ,090-29 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $1 , '400. 00 Bond for Irrigation
System and Landscape Plantings for Valley Christian Academy, Santa Maria, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Landscape Architect fo~ posting of a bond, in the amount
of $1'., 400. 00 for Valley Christian Academy at 2970: Santa Maria Way, Santa Maria, Fifth District,
Assessor's Parcel No. 109-010-07' be, and the same is hereby, confirmed .
RE: Request of Duane A. Engle, County Health Department, for Reissuance of Warrant in
the Amount of $2'5  80 Outstanding over Six Months.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to reissue a warrant
in the amount of $2'5,80,' made payable to Duane A. Engle, as the old warrant, c0602S9, was misplaced.
RE: Claim Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered tpat the claim filed against the County by Morris & Dee Insurance on behalf of Linda
Binkele in the amount of $2'10  30' be, and the same is hereby, referred to County Counsel, Insurance
Carrier and Director of Special Services.
RE: Communication from Tri-Counties Pediatric Society with Suggestions Relative to Health
Care and County Hospital Services.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby,  refe~red to the Administrative Offi~.er.
RE: Communication from the State Department of Transportation for Proposed Widening and
Improving of Portion of State Highway Route 246 between the Santa Ynez River and Cebada Canyon
Road, Lompoc Area.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Department
of Transportation and the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator.
RE: Communications from Planning Commission for Information Only.

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October 15, 1973. '.
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RE: Communications fr.om Planning Commission for:- lnfor:-mation Only.
The fol lowing communications were received by the Board from the Planning Commission
for information only, and ordered placed on file:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Harlan E. Wa lsborn (73.-CP-66) to
allow temporary use of a trailer as single family dwel l ing for full time farm employees on property
located approximately 300 ft. west of Casitas Pass Road and t mile south of Shepard Mesa Road,
Carpinteria, First District.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Theodore P . Hoogenbosch (73-CP-
74) . to allow permanent use of trai ler as single family dwelling during construction of permanent
residence on property approximately 300' ft. north frqm Colson Canyon Road on Tepusquet Road,
Tepusquet Area, Fifth District.
c) Dropped from agenda pending General Plan re-study the proposed Ordinance (73-'.
OA-19) amending Ordinance 661 to increase the minimum building site area frqm 10 acres to 80
acres; and to delete provisions for the reduction of minimum building site requirements.
RE: Report and Recommendation from the Director of Transportatjon from Opening of Bids on
Construction of Drainage Improvements on San Milano Drive (Vicinity of San Pesaro Drive), Project
No. 31 01 . 2.
Thursday, October 11',' 1973 ,'.was the date set for opening of bids on subject project. Representatives
of the offices of the County County Counsel, Transportation and County Clerk were present.
The Clerk announced the Affaqivit of Publication was on file.
One bid was received from E. H. Haskel I Company, in the amount of $.16, !271. '00'.  This bid
is approximately 51% above the engineer's estimate for the work. Several of the unit price bid items
are considered unreasonable by the Transportation Department.
 
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1073: of the Streets and Highways Code, this Board
hereby makes a finding that said bid is too high, that this bid is hereby rejected, qnd that the work
shall be readvertised for new bids, as requested by the Director of Transportation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Thursday, October 25, 1973; at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as
the date and t ime for:- the reopening of bids on subject proposal, and that notice be given by publication
in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as fol lows:
'  (NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)
RE: Appointments to Senior Citizens Advisory Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29', ' 1973" '.
RE:
Mot10 of Su r
on mot n f
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Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts.
Upon motion of supervisor Slater, $econded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby', continued to October 29', '. 1973'
RE: Communication from Daniel Wilson Notifying the Board of Intention to Sell the Cachuma Riding
Concession.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to October 29', .1973:
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Revised Tentative Map, Tract #11, 73'0',
(Hastings Harcourt, Flag-is-Up Farm, Bal lard Area, Third District.
Stanley C. Hatch, Attorney on behalf of Hastings Harcourt, the applicant, requested a continuance.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19'., ' 1973)' the applicant
having waived any and al I time I imitations relative to approval of said Tentative Map by the Board.
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RE: , Request of supervisor Tunnel I. for: Discussion on Benefit$ of Retired County . Employees,
and Feasibi I ity of 1.ncreasing Retirement Pay. 
Supervisor Tunnel I pointed out that this matter has been broug-ht to .his attention several
times, and retirement pay and benefit$ have been accelerated several times in the past for certain
County . retired employees.
His concern was about studying the feasibility of considering whether or not another
increase should be granted retired employees . A lot of r:etirees are having a difficult time eaking
outa living on their retirement pay. As an example, a 69-year old employee retired 10'. years ago,
afte.r 11'!. years of County service, drawing a salary of $625. 00' per month, and receives $1.99'. 16.
now retirement-wise. The same job and duties today pays $l,62~ . oo.,  or a retirement income equiva lent
of $4.53 t. oo per month .
 During the ensuing discussion, a suggestion was made to have an accounting firm look
into this, and possibly Ernst & Ernst. County Counsel stat~d that there . might be. a legislative problem.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, :1nd carried unanimously, 
it is .ordered that the feasibi Lity of studying the matter of i.ncreased retirement income for: certain
retired County employees be, and the same is hereby, referred to the S. B. County Retirement
Board, Administrative Offic.er, County Auditor, and County Counsel for comments.
RE: Approval of Request of Manager of Data Services for: Physical Waiver of E;mp loyee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by SupervisorTunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is .ordered that the request of the Manager of Data Services for: a medical waiver for Mr . . Darrel I
Tate, Date Processing Analyst II be, and the same is hereby, approved, as recommended by Dr .
Rink .
RE: Approval of Request of Director of T ransportation for: Adjourned Meeting of Board of
Supervisors .on Th.ursday, October 18'., . J973:, '. at 4:30". p". m. to Award Contract for: Storm Drain Repairs,
Quail Valley Road and Deer Trai l Place, Project No. 31 09'.4 for: which Bids wi ll be Opened at 3: oo'
p.m. on Said Date.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, .seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby,  approved .
RE: Execution of Contract for: Professional Services between the County of Santa Barbara
and Dr. Richard B. Brown, M. D. for Neurological Services at Santa Barbara General Hospital frqm
October 1, '. 1973: through June 30; 1974',  at the Rate of $9, 000. oo per year, or $7'50. 00' per Month. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
  Resolution No. 73i-'679'. 
(ORIGINAL IN . PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Cancel lation of Contract Between the County of Santa Barbara . and Dr. Lloyd M. Mog len,
M. D. for Perfor:ming Services with the Mental Health Services Department as Staff .Psychiatrist,
Effe.c;tive October 15'.,  1973:. '.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73,680 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Refer:ence was made to the original contract which was authorized for: execution by the
Board on January 29., '. J 973 be Resolution No. 73-'58 for: Extension of Professional Services frqm January
1, '. 1973" thr.ough December 31', ". 1973". 
RE: Approval of Request of County Health Offic.er for: Out-of-State Travel for Dr. Frank
Cline , Jr., M.D., Deputy Health Offic.er.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously ; 
it is ordered that the request of the County Health Offic.er for: approval of qut-of-State travel for
Dr . . Frank Cline, Jr. , M.D., Deputy Hea lth Offic.er to attend a meeting called for a course on modern.
management and control of t.uberculosis at Denver, Colorado, fr'qm Novembe'r 4 :- 16"., 1973'~ ". inclusive
be, and the same is hereby, approved, with travel via air transportation and al l expenses paid
by Dr. Cline.
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RE: . Report  and Re.commendation frqm the Administrative Offi~er Relative to Santa Maria Mental
Health Services and the Use of the Santa Maria Hospital.
Subject report submitted to the Board, dated October 11 ., 1973, contained the following
recommendations:
1) . that the Board indicate its policy wil l be to provide 72;hour hold services in Santa
Maria and Lompoc.
2) instruct the Director of Mental Health Services, in cooperation with County Counsel
and the Administrative Officer, to work out the detai Is of possible contract arrangements for presentation
to the Board as soon as practicable.
The Mental Health Advisory Board has recommended that the Board. seek contracts ."with
Marion Hospital and the Lompoc District Hospital for patients who qua I ify for 72;hour hold, or who'
are in need of acute care on a voluntary admission". In crisis cases, 72- hour holds are now accomplished
by transporting patients to Santa Barbara General Hospital via ambulance or police vehicle.
Funds are not included in FY .1973.-74 budget for this service and it may be necessary
to postpone implementation unti I FY .1974.- 75'.
Marion Hospital and Lompoc District Hospital have potential adequate faci I ities and are
interested in providing the 12.-hour hold services locally. The local service is desirable in terms
of service to the patient population and would solve the problem of r:eturning patients to the community
once they are released from the in- patient unit.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations contained in the Administrativ.e Officer's report to the Board,
as hereinabove-indicated be, and the same are hereby, confirmed.
RE: Report and Recommendation from Administrative Officer from Request of Mr. Joseph 
L.  Blanchard to Place Five Soft Drink Machines in County Buildings.
The Administrative Officer submitted in his report to the Board, dated October 10, 1973,
a recommendation to decline the offer to place additional refreshment fac;i Ii ties in County buildings
and went into detai l on the justification for having made said recommendation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and Terrence J. Bonham,
Attorney at Law, to Perfor:m Services as Hearing Officer at a Hearing before the Civi I Service Commission
on Appeals of Certain Personnel of the County Sheriff's Office Concerning Failure to Pass Oral Examination
for Position of Captain and Inspector at the Rate of $40.00' per Hour, Plus Necessary Expenses.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol.lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73- .681
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disal lowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for: Biweekly
Salaried Positions (Merit Increase for Sheriff's. Deputy, Effec;tive October 9, 1973}'.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73.-'682
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disal lowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Biweekly
Salaried Positions (Reclassification of Position in Sheriff's Department, Effective October
15, 1973: and Advanced Entrance Salary Authorizea for Employee in Transportation Department, Effective
October 15., 1973-.)
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the folJwoing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73,683 
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
October 1 s~ 1973  144 
RE: . Awardirig Bids on Application of Asphalt Concrete Overlay on Various North .County
Roaos (Miscellaneous. Curb., Gutter and Driveway Repair in Vandenberg. Village); County Engineer's
Estimate of $1.48., 825. 00. 
At a meetiii:g, held '.on ~ Octobe'r :.11 "., '. J 973') '. the Cler.k. announced that the . Affiqavit of .Publication
was on file; the roll was called of those present as representativ.es of t.he  departments .of County .
Counsel, Director of Transportation; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk; and the fol.lowing bids were received
and opened:
E. H. Haskell Company - $l42'.,752.00
Su II y-M i Iler .,. $1.59, 999, oo
M. J. Hermreck - $1.65, 440. 00
A. J. Diani - $1.81 ,04'1  00'
It appearing that the bid of E. H. Haskel I c ompany, 2 South Quarintina Street, Santa
Barbara, Califor:-nia, is the lowest and best bid received from a responsible bidder; .and is satisfac;tory,
accordirig to .the notice inviting bids, as recommended by the Director of Transportation;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor F.rost, and carried unanimously;
it is ordered that the bid of E. H. Haskel I Co(l1pany, in the amount of $1 '42'., 752 -. 00' be accepted and
the contract awarded to said contractor according to the price, terms and conditions set forth in
said bid; and that the Chai'rman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorizea and directed to
execute said contract.
I 
RE: Awarding Bid on Erosion Control Construction Along a Portion of Vandenberg Road,
Job No. 4077'. . . 1. (County Engineer's Estimate .of $32',735  00j '.
At a meeting held on October 11., 1973'.,' the Clerk announced that the Affidavit of Publication
was on file; the rol I was ca I led of those present as representatives of the departments of County 
Counsel, Transportation and J. E. Lewis, Clerk; and the following bids were received and opened:
M. J . Herm.reck - $38', 923. oo 
A. J. Diani - $4'0.,788.00' 
It appearing that the bid of M. J. Hermreck, Inc, P. 0. Box 217~ : Nipomo, Califor:-nia
is the lowest and best bid received from a responsible bidder and is satisfac;tory. according to the
notice inviting bids, as recommended by the Director of Transportation;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of M. J. Hermreck, in the amount of $3'8', 923 .oo be accepted and the contract
awarded to said contractor according to the price, terms and conditions set forth in said bid; and
the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute said contract.
'
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation to Approve Request of Qonald Zi'emer, Architect,
for the Salvation Army Corps for:- a Time Extension to January 17'.,: 1974: of Existing Conditional Use
Permit (72.-CP-8) for ~ommunity Center, Goleta Valley.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I ,  and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation to approve subject time extension to January 17'., : 1974'.,
on property identifie.d as Assessor's Parcel No. 65-10'8'-69,  known as 4849'. Hollister Avenue, Goleta
Valley, Third District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
The Planning Commission approved the revised plan as being in "substantial. conformity11

with the original plan, approved under Case No. 72"-CP-8 
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation to Approve Request of D. E. Burrows (73'-V-49') 
for Adjustments Relative to Fenced Tennis Court at 36'6 Sheffie.Id Drive, Montecito, First District .

Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Planning Commission to approve the request of D. E.
Burrows (73-V-49) for:- adjustments under the provisions of Section 1 o. and the 1-E-1 District Classification
of Ordinance No. 453 lo al low a tennis court fence with 1 O'. foqt high fence, 34 ft. from the
street center line, instead of ~O ft. minimum required; and 2 ft  from the side property line, instead
of 1.0'. ft. minimum required; on Assessor's Parcel No. 5-060-2, known as 36.6' Sheffield Drive, Montecito,
First District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, on the basis of possible unstable soi I conditions
near Picay Creek, the necessity to .remove mature trees, and irregular shape of the parcel; and
subject to the following conditions:
1) night lighting of t.he tennis courts shall be prohibited.
2) . the fence fronting on Sheffie.Id  Drive shat I be suitable landscaped.
I
I
October 1 5, 1 973 

RE: Planning Commission Recommenation to .Approve Request of lnsignis, Inc. for One Y~ar
Time Extension from and after October 16'., 1973 on Tentative Map of Tract #11 , 559,  Goleta Area,
Second District.
145
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject r.ecommendation to approve subject time extension on the.Te.ntative Map,
of Tract #11 '.,559, .Second District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, subject to the conditions
imposed upon the original Tentative Map, which was approved on October 16, 1972~  except as fol.lows:
1) . substitution of new Health Department letter of September 27,  1973. 
2) . substitution of Flood Control letter of September 28,  1973. 
3) . addition of t.he following condition as set out by Board of Supervisors . Resolutton
No. 73-332: .
a) the subdivider shall submit to the County Surveyor an "exemption letter" from
the appropriate water or sewer entity, stating that the lots in the subdivision have been granted
or qualify for an exemption from the entities or Water Boards prohibition on new service connections,
subject to the rules, regulations, resolutions and ordinances of the entity, under which the exemption
was granted; or letters . frqm the Health Department and Public Works Department, stating that the
lots in the subdivision wil I be served by an approved, potable source of water or an approved
private sewage disposal system.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation to Approve Request of lrisignis, Inc., for Oneyear
Time Extension frqm and afte.r October 16'., 1973'. of Tentative Map of Tract #11 ','6~8,  Goleta Area,
Second District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation to approve subject one year time extension from and after
October 16'.,  1973 ~ on Tentative Map of Tract #1 1, 638, . Qoleta area, Second District be, and the same
is hereby, confirmed, subjec:t to the conditions imposed upon the original Tentative Map, except
as fol lows:
1) '. substitution of new Health Department letter of September 27, , 1973: . ._
2) ". substution of Flood Control letter of September 28',  1973:. ".
3)'. addition of t.he following condition as set out by Board.of Supervisors . Resolution
No. 73,332: .
a} the subdivider shall submit to the County Surveyor an "exemption letter" from
the appropriate water or sewer entity, stating that the lots in the subdivision have been granted
or qualify . for an exemption from the entities or Water Boards prohibition on new service connections,
subject to the rules, regulations, resolutions and ordinances of t_he entity, under which exemption
was granted, or letter.s . from the County Health Department and County Public Works Department,
stating that the lots in the subdivision will be served by an approved, potable source of water
or an approved private sewage disposal system.
RE: Request of I. James Hollister ,Ill, Attor.ney at Law, for Reconsideration of Tentative
Map of Tract #1 1.,899. "(Brattain Contractors, Inc.) Goleta Area, Third District.
The Clerk read a letter dated October 12'., 1973,  from the Northwest Goleta Homeowner's
Association, strongly in support of the recent action of t.he Board of Supervisors for denial of subject
proposed development, and they . fai.l to see any justification or any new information provided by
the developer, which signific.antly changes the picture.
Deputy County Counsel Trescher summarized the contents of her letter to the Board,
dated October 15'., 1973 , which had concluded that the Board does not now have the jurisdiction
to consider the request for reconsideration, based upon two grounds:
1) ". the Board of Su-pervisors . action on a Tentative Map is a non-legislative act; .and
2) . such a reconsideration is inconsistent with the procedure for considering tentative
subdivision maps under the State Subdivision Map Act and Chapter 21 , . Lahd Division, of the Santa
Barbara County Code . Various court cases were cited in said report.
Attorney John .Poucher, a law partner of Attorney Hollister., stated that he feels the
Board does have the right to reconsider. He does not agree with the legal opinion of t.he County
Counsel's offi~.e as there .is a difference as to the inter.pretation of "statutory".
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, denied, on the basis of the legal
opinion rendered by the County Counsel. This opinion, in no way affec;ts the applicant's right 
to reapply for another subdivision in the future.
RE: Approval of ~equest of Purchasing Agent for Waiver of aids to Purchase a Multi-Channel
Logging Recorder System for the Hearing Room of the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors.
I
146 October 1 s, , 1973. ".
Paul  Price, Assistant Public Works. Director., gave an oral report on this equipment
which is used by NASA, and would cost approximately $2'8,400'.00' out oft.he $30,ooo.OO' that was
budgeted out of revenue sharing funds for said purchase.
The Consolidated Technological Services, Irvine is the only one that manufactures the'
particular type of sound system; thereby, the request was made for waiver of !)ids on the ba'sis
of $Ole source of $Upply, and the main advantage is retrievability.  The new equipment will timetrack
Board action so that any item can be retrieved without delay. There will be 10 thannels 
so each supervisor, county counsel, administrative officer, and other speakers can be taped separately .
.
The expected 90.,-day delivery includes complete installation, and 5 extra tapes are also
provided.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request of the Purchasing Agent for waiver of !:;ids, as hereinabove-indicated
be, and the same is hereby, approved; and he is hereby,  authorized and directed to proceed with 
the purchase thereof .


RE: Report From Supervisor Frost Relative to Nude Bathing in Santa Barbara . County.
Robert C. Lancaster, Los Padres National Forest Supervisor, presented a preliminary
draft of C! public notice which relates to the Santa Y~ez River on subject matter. Th.is would require.
a public hearing for: all inter:ested people to be heard and discuss the matter in detail. 
Supervisor Frost submitted a consideration of prohibition of nude bathing in various
areas of t.he County for: discussion purposes and outlined the various guide! ines in detail. On suggested
prohibited areas, from the-Ventura County line to the Carpinteria City limits, there was a requested
change as far as Loon Point was concerned. It should be from the western Carpinteria .City limit "
to a line where the southward extension of l,ai'nbe.rt Road would intersect the Coast.
Marvin Levine, Deputy County Counsel, said the Courts have ruled that County nude
bathing c~nnot be prohibited; that one cannot get criminal prosecution for anyone nude in an isolated
area. However, the Courts are not against adopting any reasonable ordinances .

Mr. Levine had prepared three ordinances covering al I possible alternatives for the
Board of Supervisors . consideration to solve the problem.
Maurice Ducca, who had originally caused the complaint about this, said there are over
11a. miles of $horeline along the ocean coast of t.he County, excluding rivers and streams and al I 
of t.his should  be taken into consideration.
' Mr. La'wrence Bailard, who resi;ies at 25 Padaro Lane, a property owner affe.c;:ted by
the nude bathers, wants his area included in Supervisor Frost's guidelines. An ordinance should
spell out where perm.issive conduct for nude bathers is and isn't allowed. If they want to engage
in felonious acts and trespass on private property, the Sheriff should be able to enforce the law
to prohibit this.
Lieutenant Vizzolini of the Sheriff's Department, was in agreement with the copy of
one particular ordinance but they had a different idea on the I ist of prohibitions or permissions.
It was fel.t that they should set a hearing on a proposed ordinance and get the input from affe.c;:ted
people. Then let them request prohibition in various areas. .
There being no further appearances or letters submitted for or against subject proposal; 
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, with Supervisor Tunnell
voting "No", it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is . hereby,  refer:red to Supervisor
Frost, District Attorney, Sheriff and County Counsel for further study and report back with recommendations
to the Board on December 17'., ' 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m. on .a proposed ord.inance which will
hopeful.ly, take care of the situation.
The Board of Supervisors recessed unti I 2 o'clock, p. rn :
At 2 o'clock, p.m. the Board reconvened.
. .

Present: . Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F . 
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk. 
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair

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,
October 1 S., 1. 973
RE: Allowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the fol lowing
claims be, and the same are hereby, al lowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the
fund designated on the fac;e of each claim, respectively, to-wit:
(Claims List)


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AC - t 17
7 / 7 3
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REb1" 1 en

COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBllBRAL-0001
PAYEE/REMARKS
Aetna Life & caaaalty
Stephen Allyn
Jack L. Bivin
Joanna D. BrorA11
L. Lisa Chapen, c.s.R.
Irn Cota
J.E. creek, M.D.
Rachl De Alba
Paul Fleichaer
Mr. Lily Galves
George B. Goodall
Gloria Harvey
Sylvia K. Johna
Bail M. Johnaon
Mary Alice Kingabury
Carolyn M. Klein, CSR
Robert C. Lilley
Helen Lindberg
Jo-ph A. Lingqi
Marian Bopital
Agria Peteraona
Mr. Patricia Robledo
Vickie Pdri9uez
Lucille Steele
Shtiley Stickney
La Verne Stroope, CSR
Ann M. SWeet
Anita Tenient
Anita Tepper
DATE OCTOBER 15. 197
AMOUNT
708.69
9.32
13.50
31.68
266.56
204'.00
80.00
36.2
600.00
295.00
13.95
131.76
l.64
75.48
48.60
298.76
660.52
82.80
8.64
309.31
240.72
31.68
285.00
75.88
135.00
102.24
79.56
13.20
25.32
135.00
NUMBER
07385
07386
07387
07388
07389
07390
07391
07392
07393
07394
07395
07396
07397
07398
07399
07400
07401
07402
07403
07404
07405
07406
07407
07408
07409
07410
07411
07412
07413
07414
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC  I 17
7/73
'
\  
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S. WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND __~ G!B!!!ll!!la'~AAlw:~-0~0~0~1-----------DATE OC:'PQBBR J.S. J4
PAYEE/REMARKS
Richard Tea1te
carti hnnll
Alice Well
Alida Whitlock
David M. YllCJr. Attorney At Law
Martha Appell
Rachel Autria
Sybil Autry
Bachelor Club
Willia c. Brntt. C:Sll
Roberta Bebr
Stanl.ey Bielenbft9
J. lleWton Bl.ancbard
Martin & Diedre Bobgan
Irene Boren
Ma Brown
Kenneth B. Cady
Donna Chaves
Willi- B. COOlt
Irma Correa
lb:. Marc:ua craven
Mary Ann Derr
Demaia Gu.at Home
Brace w Dodd
Fairway Market
Pa11l Plichar
Barbera Ford
Terry L. Gearbert
General Telephcme co.
J. caaper Geyer
AMOUNT
135.00
192.12
22.92
45.24
81.00
45.00
48.00
420.00
60.00
174.63
67.00
34.25
26.75
135.00
94.65
133.00
61.55
140.00
341.78
126.00
67.00
100.00
135.00
32.35
45.40
93.34
45.00
9.50
2,688.52
45.00
NUMBER
07415
07416
07417
07418
07419
07420
07421
07422
07423
07424
07425
074261t
Ol427
07428
07429
07430
07431
07432
07411
07434
07435
07436
07437
07438
07439
07440
074'1
07442
07443
07444
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC - t 17
7/7S

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND __- =G=B=M=B=R=A=L'---0=--0=-0=1=---__________ DATE OCTOBBR. 15" 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
Craig Geyer
Marion GUtierrea
Dwi9ht B. Gilmour, CSB.
Goleta coanty Water Diatrict
City of Guadalupe
Marion Gutierre&
Joe S-brl
Mr. Patricia eailton
carrell Barden
Patricia Harper
Linda Beller
Rath K. Bonda

Bouaing Authority of S.B. county
do
do
do
do
BoUiDCJ Authority of City of S.B.
Bllen M. Johnaon
BaY99 Jone
G.D. Kinnion
Serlinda Kocher
L & M Trailer Park
flarenee & Jack !Amber, Inc.
Lompoc Boapital
X.L. Manin
Walter Matthewa
AMOUNT
45.00
36.00
46.20
115.50
.oo
90.00
l.ao
90.00
66.50
12.50
700.00
225.00
s.oo
6.00
75.00
52.50
71.00
42.00
35.00
65.00
84.75
27.26
51.84
67.00
42.00
5,316.31
8.oo
224.55
72.84
130.23
NUMBER
07445
07446
07447
07448
07449
07450
07451
07452
07453
07454
07455
07456
07457
07458
07459
07460
07461
07462
07463's
07464
07465
07466
07467
07468
07469
07470
07471
07472
07473
07474

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC - t 117
7/73
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 r AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PA YEE/REMARKS
Ma. Lillian Kc:GoYern
Bar l McMahon
F.R. Mc:Murray
wen Moor
Robert MOor
Motel 6 Travel aureau
'Ibara B. Muacio
J- v . ary
Roaalin4 JJordli
Betty Ogilvie
Paith Olivu
Mr. Delicia OYida
Cbarl ornela
ltacif ic Ga & Blec:t.ric co.
Charzne Padilla
Donald s. Patteron, M.D.
Rtth B. Pbilli,P9
Beth Porter
Dorothy Ruoner
Harold Reed
Donald '1'a lbot Rink, M. D.
Tbara R. Roberta
Ana Rodrique
J- c. & 'fbera A. Ruiz
Richard A. St. John
st. Vincent aaraery
Granville & Roaemary Scbidt
An9lo Shawpo

~ . AMOUNT
11.54
45.00
134.00
65.00
so.oo
67.00
67.00
30.62
43.24
41.55
85.00
105.00
52.00
140.00
65.00
558.62
122.00
60.00
67.00
67.00
45.00
20.00
2,214.00
6.00
45.00
230.00
19.92
300.00
135.00
55.00
NUMBER
07475
07476
07477
07478
07479
07480
07481
07482
07483
07484
07485
07486
07487
07488
07'89
07490
07491
07492
07493
07494
07495
07496
07497
07498
07499
07500
07501
07502
07503
07504

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




"c - 1 1
7/73
'
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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND GBllBRAL-0001
PAYEE/REMARKS
Denni Sbelly
Gln SiSIJon
Gerald A. Sperry
Jodi Stapleton
And.rev Sykea

Southern ca1ifornia B4iaon Co.
Southern California Gaa co.
Suwrland Coant;y Water Diatrict
Irene Tac:adena
Richard & Judy Ten
Betty S. Tilba. M.D.
Nina van oadol
Arhtur B. Vienola & Carolynn J. Vienol
Florence Warren
LOYella -
sernerd Weiaeeann
Brbara Welab
Joepb zebrolty
General Telephone co.
Southern call.fornia Gaa co.
David J. Abela. M.D.
Erie & Plorenc:e ~
Senora Arc:bilb
Fidelia Atilano
B & J Telephone Anav9ring Snviee
B"!fh Baer
Ruby R. Blanchard
Ival B099a
Carroll Bonaignori
DATE OCTOBD 15. 197
AMOUNT NUMBER
135.00 07505
60.00 07506
67.00 07507
1'8. 56 07508
135.00 07509
30.00 07510
6.373.79 07511
214.00 0751.2
26.23 07513
135.00 07514
135.00 07515
i.011.00 07516
40.00 07517
405.00 07518
45.00 07519

51.00 07520
67.00 07521
72.00 07522
55.00 07523
105.00 07524
1,187.63 07525
1.791.46 07526
80.00 07527
160.00 07528
42.86 07529
250.00
36.19
35.00
64.28
169.95
98.00
50.66
07530
07531
07532
07533
07534
07535
07536
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




AC, ,-t 17

 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~G~BDaaRAt&Jl~.-~OKO~OUl~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DATE OCTOBBR 15, 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
C.H. Branch, M.D.
B  LOrraine Brn
Richard & Beverly Brooka1
Barbara Broolthir
Mr. LulH Brown
s. Helen Brown
J.B. Barr, Jr.
Bverett Olin

Cali~ornia Citi Water co.pany
Cali~ornia llOtel
a . Barria Cannon
caaa Serena
'Channel Diapoaal co.
Katherine Clrk
B.D. Collin Conatraction Co.
croclter Rational Bank Traat Dept.
Willi  a. oa.han
Verdell & Helen Daniel
De Riiera Hotel
DBwereux School in C&li~rnia
Darlene Dykaa
Prei4a S. Bngliah
B~ L. Bverett
Paulc!i119 Hotel
Bill Prainer
Gerald Mee. Franklila
Willia. GOldaith, .D.
GeorcJ B. Goodall
Grayaon ~1
AMOUNT
143.25
15.60
38.50
118.55
9.00
125.00
4.32
67.00
82.06
308.55
67.00
214.28
6.50
82.26~
19,364.00
45.00
16.50
300.00
84.75
27.26
609.30
:ito.oo
65.00
5.52
594.76
84.75
302.00
66.00
65.35
15.14
NUMBER
07537
07538
07539
07540
07541
07542
07543
07544
07545
07546
07547
07548
07549
07550
07551
07$52
07553
07554
07555
07556
07557
07558
07559
07560
07561
07562
07583
07564
07565
07566
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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AC t 57
7/73
. AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND ____ S!!G!!!!B!!!!!!l!!!;IR!!!J&.!!!I~-~0~0~0~1"-------------- DATE OC'l'OBBR II, 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
Gaa4alupe Garb119e co.
Alice Guerra
Carolyn & Roa Radick
J. Mark Bandley, M.D., Inc.
Departnt of Health
Dorothy B-ila
Oliver Benton
Carl Ber~r
Hilltop Motel & Trail9r Park
8099 Food Baaket, Inc.
Marilyn aoar

Linda Janelle
Jhmy'a Cafe
Syl.ia K. Johu
George P. Ka4ing
Klein Bottle Altrnativ  Unliite4
Braarcl nwr
Bclwarcl G. IAVia
City of Lompoc
D.J. Love
Willi- W.
Maki J. Lundgren
Plavio Martin
Rot-14 J. Mayuiera
Boward c. Menzel
Ronald Mitchell
Ralph Moehlman
Robrt L. Monk
Maria Mor-a

AMOUNT
3.25
62.10
105.00
244.00
1,064.05
135.00
12.00
13.00
23.48
15.81
56.62
22&.00
40.50
1,117.63
39.48
12.48
110.00
139.28
s.oo
2.05
65.10
64.28
166.3
62.19
23.16
108.00
1,246.70
15.75
60.30
26.00
C&.37
414.00
45.00
NUMBER
07567
07568
07569
07570
07571
07572
07573
07574
07575
07576
07577
07578
07579
07580
07581
07582
07583
07584

07585
07586
07587
07588
07589
07590
07591
08592
07593
07594
07595
07596
07597
07918
07599
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



AC - t 17
7/73
.
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNO _ _GG;JBmJlllR:BR.AALI.-~QOOQQ;lL_ _ _ _______ OATE QCTOBBR 15,. 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
Batu.re Pantry
. 1 Hotel
Art:bur Blaon. Director
Dona & Blft09De  lllOn
., Bou
Inc.
Juli orllclt
Pacific Ga & Blectric co.
Pacific MOtal
Gary Patteraon
Phcnix &ouae
Wendell Rice
Betty Riley
Chria Rabia
SacrRnto Cbilclra Bolla
s~ . y Storea, Inc.
Rath ~ J   Salina
Sal.ation Army Manhattan Project
Santa Barbara catholic Social Servicl
Sant.a crws Jt. arlteta, Inc.
Santa Maria Market
Santa Ynes RiYr Water l ,C onaervation D
Sa.oy Hotel
Adelaide Seehreat
aoaalind Shaw
Inia Shielda
Janet Smyth
Southern california Bclieon ccmpany
Southern Hotel

t.
AMOUNT
19.50
63.00
9.58
539.33
82.25
70.00
874.29
45.78
47.38
645.68
87.90
106.05
110.83
200.00
45.00.
22.50
855.00
269.32
200.00
414.00
75.00
96.22
27.31
19.65
77.14
40.00
45.00
22.33
84.3
485.45
764.97
NUMBER
07600
07601
07602
07603
07604
07605
07606
07607
07608
07609
07610
07611
07612
0761!
07614
07615
07616
07617
07618
07619
07620
07621
07622
07623
07624
07625
07626
07627
07628
07629
07630
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC  117
7/73

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER ~
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND _____ __J.:llG1DICa.B.R. A~ Tu:.-000=31D.u.uiil___ ______ DATE ocroBBR 15. 197
Melba Temple
Ann TbecJl
PA YEE/REMARKS
Ellen tfhuron
'
AMOUNT
100.00
60.00
67.00
29.16
J08epbine w. van Schaick 31.80
Bernard & P1orence VUaillO 455. 65
Joe & Dorothy Viera 200.00
We1cb-Ryee Aa80Ciat 780.00
w  tern Motel 167.33
Lucy Whit 49.46
Ruth 1ftaitfiel4 60.00
Mr. carol Whitaire 487. oo
B.D. Willi. 15.63
DaV14 J. Abe18, M.D. 240.00
ACIYentur Tra.el & Service 89.50
Anb  aa4or Laundry & DXy cleaner 4,a94.79
Dr. Robert Barry 57.52
Frank Cline, Jr. 175.66
John C08ter 3.00
L.J. Bartley, M.D. 960.00
Dhri J  inaki 34.08
Monteeito country Clab l9.17
Dori z. PartiH 25.00
Pureb  incJ A9nta Revolving P1tn4 1,359.57
Santa Bebera Ccr,prebJl8ive Jleal:h Plan  1,939.84
Sant.a Berbara Cott99e Bollpital 13,617.82
Danny Schwab 3.40
Robert P. Sl.va 90.38
Paal Step hen.a 6.42
Tranaport clearing 6.15
Richard P. Weldon 38.00
& Donalcl B. Hebert, 7,197.08
Lillian Wolff 25.00
104,945.35*
NUMBER
07631
07632
07633
07634
07635
07636
07637
07638
07639
07640
07641
0762
07643
076"4
07645
07146
07647
07648
07649
07650
07651.
07652
07653
07654
07655
07656
07657
07658
07659
07660
07661
07662
07663
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

. ~

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7/7S

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .  
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
8BSIAJIBOUS
PAYEE/REMARKS
ROIU0015
Ge09ral '1'9lephone co.
Goleta coanty Water District
 B. Baaltell COl!IPllDY
Pacific Gaa & Blect.ric Company
Purchaaing Agent
(
Santa Brbra coanty Refuse Deprtmant
Santa Ynea River Water conaervation
Soathern Ollifornia Bcliaon Co.
Soathern califoraia Ga co.
Lelan4 R. St.ward, Dbector of Trana.
-
900
General Telephone co.

' Ida Mae Tinsley

f!:!PPORTAnOll WORISIF CAPITAL-1900
Willlaar Goldaith, M.D.
Albert J. Lecce
SB CO Apt POLL CCiiti DISTl960
Oaborn T. ar  elton
John B. Bngliah
Alan Bachenroeder
LGapoc Record Publicationa
'l'he .,._Pr_ Publihing
Dr. Geo1:9e Borthrop
Clifton J. Seymour

t
DATE QC'l'QBBR 15  197
AMOUNT
164.38
-3.50
10,701.51
93.50
315.60
119.66
16.30
219.80
113.52
30.31
11,778.07*
. 
210.79
2.64
213.43*
5.47
141.15
2.00
148.62*
25.00
1.82
26.92
22.92
13.69
25.00
58.95
174.30*
.
NUMBER
07664
07665
07666
07667
07668
07669
07670
07671
07672
07673
07674
07675
07676
07677
07678
07679
07680
07681
07682
07683
07684
07685
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

.,  . 
AC: - 1 t7
7/73
~ ' 
 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER    
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND __ 111 _  Knn1''tlml!ID!u0USUA._ ____ OATE OCTOBBB 15 197
PAYEE/REMARKS

MU'l' Auto Parta
Jfic:kon' Motor Part.8 & Ra,e hine Shop
Paci11c Ga & Electric
LOS ALAMOS cBfBRY DJS~-3300
'!'bar B. curoll


AMOUNT
57.01
3.46
97.98
492.50
650.95*
178.50
178.50*
NUMBER
07686'
07687
07688
07689
07690
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
148 October , 15, ' 1. 973, '.
Upon the roll being cal led, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catter lin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: None

RE: Request for Appropriation, Revision or Cancel la ti on of funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel 1, seconded by Supervisor Stater, ~nd .carried unanimously,
the fo l lowing requests for: appropriation, cancellation or revision of funds are her~by,  _approved, . .
in the budget c lassific.ations and the amounts shown, and the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized
and directed to make the necessary transferrs:

(See List}

SUMMARY OF TRANSFERS
Transfer No . 66
~vELFARE
From:
5810/3600 $ - obeviation-
Line Item #13
IBM Electric Typewriter at 575
 
October 15, 1973
To:
5810/8600
IBM Selectric II
Correcting Model
$
. -o-
660
Sufficient funds in account to cover cost differential. Model required to
provide wide variety of correspondence and reporting needs by Director ' s
Secretary. Wil l also be used to develop specialty brochures , pamphlets ,
announcements , etc . for the department.
Tr ansfer No . 72
 ~IENTAL HEALTH
From :
5250/8600 Line Item 2 $
5250/8600 Line Item 17
110
475
To :
5250/8600
5250/8600
Deviation
Deviation
$ 110
475
Deviation on Line Item 2 to delete one (1) executive chair and substitute
one (1 ) secretarial posture chair to accommodate part-time 'typist hired by
Alcoholism Office .
.
Deviation on Line Item 17 to delete dictating/transcribing unit and substitute
a roving rostr um t o be used by speakers at the Inservice-training sessions
of Mental Health. ' Cur rentl y rostrums are rented when needed , but increased
t r aining sessions make it more economic~ l to p urchase one .
Transfer No . 73 
PUBLIC WORKS
From:
7690/7200
'
$ 20
To:
7690/8600 $ 20
To cover cost of power lawn mower . Funds budgeted are insufficient due to
   raise in prices.
Tr ansfer No . 75
GUADALUPE JUDICIAL DISTRICT
From:
2835/7450 Office Expense $ . . .
To:
7 2835/8600 Fixed Assets $ . 7
T., .r ansfer needed to cover cost of sales tax o n new typewriter--Line Item No .

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Continued on Page 2 

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i
I
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.
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Summar of Transfers Pa e 2 October 15, 1973
Transfer No . 76
COUNTY CLERK
From:
0120/8600Line Item 5 . $ 125
To :
0120/8600 Deviation $ 125 .
Dev~ation to reduce Line Item 5 from ten (10) 5-drawer legal fi l es to nine(9)
in order to purchase one (1) steel filing cabinet, as this is more economical
in terms of future needs at the present time .
Transfer No . 78
PROBATION
Fr om :
3 440/8600 Delete Line
Item #21
.
$ 400 .
To :
3440/8600 $ 400
Devi ati on to del ete two (2 ) 4 x 9 steel adjustable shelves and add three (3)
s t eel storage cabi nets with heavy duty adjustable shelves . These cabi nets
afford mor e security and cleanl iness and take up less space 
Tr ansfer No . 79
BOARD oF SUPERVISORS- FIXED ASSETS
From:
1930/8300 Line Item #7 $7 , 11 3. 23
To.:
1930/8300 Structures &
Improvements
$7 , 113 . 23
To cover cost of addition to contract with J .W. Bailey Construction Co. for
alterations to Administrat ion Building Basement, Resolution No. 73-645 .
Transfer No . 84
VARIOUS
From :
4010/6300
7620/6300
14. 51
94.45
To :
4360/6300
1 6(?0/6300
$ 14. 51
94. 45
To correct transfer No. 61 to facilitate charging overtime to correct departments
a.f ter empl oyees transferred 
Transfer No . 87
AUDITOR- CONTROLLER
Fr om:
General Fund (Safety)
Emerg. Emp . Act (Safety)
Gener al Fund (Regul ar)
Road Fund
Petroleum Dept. Fund
Ernerg . Emp . Act Fund 5
Emerg . Emp . Act Fund 6
Trans . Wkg . Capital Fund
S . B. Co .Air Pol.Cont. Dist.
S . B. Co . Fld. Cont. & Water
Conservation Distri ct
Laguna Co . San. Dist .
$30 , 941. 02
60. 54
75, 007.40
5, 308.07
176 . 54
586 . 50
321 . 46
424 . 67
298. 80
1 , 548 . 66
1 94 . 70
To :
Employees ' Retirement Fund $114 , 868 . 36


For pay period No . 21 , ending
of $7 , 495 . 56
October 7 , 1973--includes cost of living pension
I

October 1 s~ 1973 
 '
The Board of S.upervisor s .r ecessed to meet as the Environmental Qua I ity Advi sory Agency
Board of Super v isors Sitting as an Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency. 
October 1 5~ 1973 ,at 2: OO'o 'c lock, p.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H .
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J.E .
Lewis, Clerk. 
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Qua I ity Act of 1970 and Cal iforn ia Supreme Court
149
Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirements
for Projects.
RE: TRS Recommendations for Approval of Negative Declarations.
The report dated October 11 ., '. 1973 from the TRS meeting of October 11., '. 1973 was filed
with the Clerk.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimous ly,
this agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the recommendations of
the Technical Review Staff _that the following draft Negative Declarations will not have any significant
impact on the environment, and are hereby, approved as Negative Declarations:
73-ND- 400, Penfield & Smith for Borgatel l o/~a i ser Aetna, for Lot Split #11 , 791 , east
of Summerland area, First District .
73-ND-401, . James M. DeLoretto for Artesia Water Company, proposed Conditional Use
Permit, Goleta Area, Third District.
73.,ND-403 , Department of Transportation , various bike routes, First District.
73 -ND-404', . Martin and Northart, Inc. for Mr. Austin Mardon, Lot Split #11 ,898, First
District.
73 -ND-405, U. S . Gr ant & Son for W. C. Lombard, Lot Split #11 ,906, First District.
73 -ND-407', ; Andy La'ng lo, Conditional Use Permit (73'.-CP-70)', 412'9'. State Street, Sahta
Barbara, Third District.
  
RE: TRS Recommendation for Approval of 73-ND-406, Tanaka Brothers, to Construct Additional
Plant Shelter, Tota lling 21',000' sq. ft., at 1505' Linden Avenue, Carpinteria, First District.
I
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimou sly,
it is or dered that 73-ND-406' be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Environmental Quality 
Coordinator, since it was felt for the size of these structures, covering t acre, a short Environmental
Impact report should be filed for consideration and adoption.
The Board r econvened as the Board of Supervisors.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, J ames M. Slater, Francis H . 
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervi sor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Recommendation of Director of Parks from July 9, 1973 Board Referral to Approve Operational
Procedure for: Securing Information from the Public and Preparation of Appropriate Affa.divits by County
Counsel on Implied Dedication of Beach Access.
~-------~---------------------------------------------~~- ---- --- - -
150 October 15, , 1.973. '.
Subject recommendation contained n the report from the Director. of Parks, dated Oct~ber

12., '. 1973', '.outlined the method 0f operation that would take place. Cost estimates for: thi.s procedure total
approximately $6.50  oo and can be ful)ded fr'qm current appropriations in the Park Department bu.dget.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to the'continued .Board.meetin.g
on Thursday, October 18'.,  1973:, '.when another matter wi 11 be: considered by the Board. befor:e it adjourns.
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning c ommission and Agricultural Preserve Advisory.c ommittee
Recommendations for: Adoption of a.n Ordinance Amending Article.IV .of Ordinance No. 6'611, '. tq Rezone
the McClellan Property . (73 'rRZ ~20) ' and Creation of a.n Agricultural Preserve (73i-AP-4) .; Lompoc, Fourth
District . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously; 
it is ordered that subject hearing be, qnd the same is hereby, c;ontinued to October 29', '. 1.973:at 2 o'clock,
p. m. pending the adoption of a. Negative Declaration on subject property. 
. RE: Consideration of Proposed M-1-B Changes as They Relate to the.County General Plan.
The Planning Commission submitted its recommendation that the Board can continue consideration
of subject matter to November 5, 1973. The Planning Director. explained the reason for: the recommended
continuation. The Planning Commission has continued the matter to October 24', : 1973: for: further review,
inasmuch as people did not have an opportunity at the October 10'., ' 1973 meeting to review the report
and accompanying maps.
Attor.ney Arthur Henzel I, representing the West Goleta Property Owners' Association, owners
of M-1-B property, for: which commercial and industrial uses are .allowed, mentioned the.for:mer Board
direction for: evaluation of e.ach parcel of property by the staff ~.nd alternativ.es to zoning. The property
owners did meet with .the staff o.n this, but did not have benefit.of d.iscussion on the resulting recommendations.
Supervisor Catterl in reiterated that the Board had specific.ally asked the staff to evaluate
each piece of M-1-B property in the County and make a recommendation as to w hether or not it should 
be M-1-B or some other designation.
The Planning Director explained that the second recommendation contains that evaluated
property and recommends that certain portions be M-1-B and C-2. .
Attorney Henzel I reiterated the comments made at the previous meeting and his position
stated at the September 4,: 1973:meeting, about not asking for: a straight C-2, .as contained in another
recommendation. Another type of commercial had been requested. These property owners .after 14. :
months, still have to come back to attend these meetings. The whole problem is "consistency", which
can be handled in the text material. Commercial use is consistent with the ind'-'strial park.designation
on the General Plan. He requested that the Board take action, at least on the "consistency" matter.
Upon motion of S.upervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel 1,  qnd carried unanimously;
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to Nov.ember 5, 1.973'.," at 2 o'clock, 
p.m., as recommended by the Planning Commission .

RE: Approval of Request of County Counsel to Authorize'. the Exchange of F.ive (5) $1 .00', 000'. 00' '
County of Santa Barbara . Negotiable Notes, Payable to .Security Pacific. National Bank, Second Issue
of 1973'., 5.28%,  Due January 4,-. 1974, Nos. 49, 50,' 51,''. 52, . 53 ~, '. Inclusive, for Five (5) Like Notes
in Bearer Form.
Refer:ence was made to Resolution No. 73i-479:, '. passed and adopted by the Board of
Supervisors .on July 16., 1973:, for sale and issuance of 77: promissory notes of Santa Barbara County
to Security Pacific National Bank for: an aggregate amount of $7~ 650, 'SQO'. 00'. '
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously, 
it is ordered that subject request of County Counsel be, and the same is hereby, approved, for
authorization to exchange said five (5) $1 00, 000'. oo County of Santa Barbara Negotiable Notes, payable 
to Security Pacific National Bank, Second Issue of 1973:, 5.28%, due January 4, . 1974:,  Nos. 49,  50, '
51 , '. 52,'. 53 , '. inclusive, for five (5) like Notes in bearer for:m .
. 'RE .
15)
. Hearing on Planni.ng c ommission Re.commendation for: General P.lan Amenament
to :Cha.hge the Lahd tJse Designation, Orcutt Area, fifth .District (73"-V-30) '(73i-RZ.-14) .:
(73i-GP-
. Tnis .being the date .and
file with . the CI erk; 
time set for: hea ring on subject proposal; the Affi9.avit of Publication
being on . .

October 15, 1973  151

The Planning Director showed the location of subject property from a screen transparency
and referred to the revised staff report, dated July 30', ' 1973' The gasoline pump has been deleted
and the Planning Commission has approved the General Plan amendment and the zoning in compliance
with the development plan. 
There being no fur:-ther appearances or written statements .submitted for: or against subject 
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Planning Commission recommendation for a General Plan amendment (73-GP-
15) to change the land use designation for: property located on the south side of Foster Road, approximate I
100', feet easterly frqm Orcutt Road, known as 140 Foster Road, Orcutt Area, Fifth District frqm a
"Residential" to Highway Strip Commercial" designation that would allow a neighborhood' market
proposed relating to rezoning request of Francis E. McFall (73--RZ-"14'.(73'-V-30) be, and the same
is hereby, confirmed, pursuant to Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-101; and the Board passed
and adopted the following resolution to provide for the General Plan amendment:
Resolution No. 73:684 "
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Amendment (72-GP-27) to Amend
the General Plan for: Montecito-Summerland-Carpinteria Area (GP-2B) to Change a Lahd Use Designation,
First District.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affapivit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
I
Th.e Planning Director pointed out, the location of $Ubject property frqm a screen transparency.
Mrs. Al ice DeKreft made a short statement about her property being on the fringe and
not necessarily mountainous. It is more appropriate as 20:acre zoning than as 4o~acre zoning.
Peter Bakewell, Chairman of the Montecito General Plan Advisory Committee, made a
brief !?tatement in support .of !?Ubject proposed amenament.
There being no further , appearances or written statements submitted for or against subjec
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Planning Commission recommendation for: an amenament (72.-GP-27) , to the
amended General Plan for the Montecito-Summerland-Carpinteria (GP-28.) to change the land use
designation from "Mountainous Area" to "Mountainous Area (MA-40) ' and/or- "Mountainous Area (MA-
100) 41 on land in the Montecito area, presently zoned 40-E-1 and 1 oo-E-1 under provisions of Ordinance
No. 453 for property generally located northerly of the proposed U. S. Forest Service ownership
(jurisdictional boundary line) and extend northerly, easterly and westerly to the Ordinance No.
453 boundary, First District be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, per Planning Commission Resolution
No. 73 ~102~ . and the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing resolution pertaining thereto:
Resolution No. 73-'68 5
(ORIGINAL lN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendations of the Assistant County Clerk Relative to Scheduling of Afternoon Hearings
and Continuances.
Howard Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, submitted a report and recommendation to the
Board, dated October 2,: 1973',  which contained the fol.lowing recommendations:
1) '. that the Clerk of the Board be given discretionary authority whenever possible,
to calendar matters for the hearing agenda.
2) . that the Board of Supervisors establish a general policy for continuances to allow
for a minimum continuance of two weeks.
The report went into .greater detail on the need for these matters to be carried out
and cited certain cases which became very cumbersome and time consuming.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations contained in the Assistant County Clerk's report, as hereinaboveindicated
be, and the same are hereby, confir.med.
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance
Amending Ordinance No. 661 Pertaining to the Relationship between the Permitted Number of Bedrooms
and Bachelor Units and Building Site Area on Properties Generally Located in the Isla Vista Area,
Third District (73.-'0A- 7) , SR-4 and SR-2.
------ ------ ----------------------------- --------------~
152 October 15, , 1. 973, .
This .being the' date .and time set for: the continued on subject proposal;
. .
Discussion was held  concurrently. with the continued hearing scheduled hereafte.r .on
Planning Commission recommendation for: adoption of an amendment (73,GP-8) . to the amended General
Plan for: the Goleta .Valley-Circulation Element-Land Use Permit (GP-3C) to .change the land use
designation.
Attor.ney Gary Ricks indicated he represented certain . IV property owners and it was
fel.t that action on thi.s matter today wou Id be premature and should be careful.ly considered only 
afte.r the General Plan study has been made.
The proposed ordinance would amend Section 37'-SR-4-Student Residential District, c;ind .
Section 38":-SR-2-Student Residential District of Article v, Specific. District Regulations, of Ordinance
No. 661 , " of $anta Barbara County, as amended, to add a new subsection 31. :J 3., '. Permitted Bedroom
or Bachelor Dwelling Unit Density to :the SR-4,-. c;ind to add a new subsection 38'. :12., Pe'rmitted Bedroom
or Bachelor Dwelling Unit Density to the sR-2 (Case No. 73;oA-7):.
The Clerk announced that there were about 25'. letters generally opposed to the provisions
contained in the proposed SR-2 and SR-4 proposed ordinance and some people appeared and were
heard . on their objections. There were al so six letters in favor of $R-2 and SR-4 . . some of the
property owners are absentee and some live in the area.
Christopher Attwood, Planning Director. oft.he Isla Vista Municipal Advisory. Council, 
submitted his report .containing recommendations and he expounded on the comments contained therein.
Th.ey have to live with the problem of making Isla Vista zon ing and General Plan population density
standards consistent . .
Isla Vista .zoning allows a population holding capacity of 44, ooo persons. In contrast, .
the General Plan ca lls for: IV's population to be w ithin the range of about 1o.,000' to 22', 000', ' or a
mean of 16'., ooo.' An IV population in excess of 16'., ooo would be extremely undesirable, c;ind therefor:e,
recommended that IV zoning be changed to reflect a maximum population holding capacity of 16'., 000' 
persons.
He believes that their findings and recommendations accurately depict the situation in
Isla Vista and provide the best solution of AB 1301  Population Density Consistency Requir'ements.
Lee Rook, representing the University .group, read a copy of a letter. from Chancellor
Vernon I. Cheadle of l)CSB', directed to the' Planning c ommission, dated June 11., . J 973:, . in which 
it was concluded that the Isla Vista Planning c ommission is correct in indicating that the' present
zoning permits a population in Isla Vista that would be far: in excess of ~aturation level permitted
under the General Plan. They concurred with the fol.lowing conclusions of t.he Isla Vista Planning
Commission:
1) '. the General Plan, not the zoning, should prevail in Isla Vista;
2) . the mean, not the minimum nor the maximum, 9f t.he General Plan figures should 
be' used in establishing population density limits.
Mr . . Le'slie Baird, a property owner residing in Isla Vista, ~tated that a majority of
the property owners . who l ive in Isla Vista are generally in favor of any reasonable means to reestablish
a good ordinance for reasonable population density.
Other persons who appeared in regard to subject matter were Ruth Papp, O.avid Hoffn:ian,
William Wallace oft.he Isla Vista Municipal Advisory Council, Miss Lee Rook, Mr. John Tevenan,
Chairman of the Goleta Val ley Citizens Group, Mrs. Clair Phelps and Howard Holmes.
Attor.ney Gar y . Ricks, representing some of the Isla V i sta property owners, commented
on the split vote of t.he Planning c ommission decision. There . were many changes out there, including
traffi~. and parking problems which has changed the qua I ity of I ife that has existed befor:e. He
commented on the rental., the market place and where it applies.
The Board took a 5 minute recess and al I were . present and Su pervisor Beattie was
in the Chair.
Affe.c;ted property owners stated that they sti ll have to pay taxes whether or not their
occupancy is fil!ed. 
There. being no fur:-ther appearances or written statements for: or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried, vvith 
Supervisor Tunnell voting "No", it is ordered that subject matter be, c;ind the same is hereby, refer:red
back to the Planning Commission for a hearing and report back to the' Board.on Nov'ember 26', ' 1973:, '.
at 2 o'clock, p.m. on a proposed amendment to Section 2 bf the Ordinance relating to Section 38',
SR-2, that if any lot is 76oo square feet or less, a maximum of 4 bedrooms will be allowed.
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RE: . Continued Hearing of Planning Commission Recommendation for: Adoption of an Amenament
(73'.-GP-8)  to the County Amended Gen eral Plan for the Goleta Valley-Circulation Element-Land Use
Element (GP-3C) to Change the Land Use Designation. 
This being the date and time set for: hearing on subj ect matter;
Subject hearing was heard . concurrently  with .Item #57 on adoption of an ordinance amending
Ordinance No. 661 ' pertaining to the relationship between SR-4 and SR-2 designations.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and car r ied, w ith
Supervisor Tunnell voting 11No11
, the fol.lowing resol ution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73'.-'686
(ORIGINAL JN PERMANENT FILES
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning c ommission Recommendation for: Adoption of an Ordinance
(73 ~RZ ~ 12} . Rezoning frqm the 6- R- 1-D to the 1 o,.R- 1-0 on Property Generally Located in Goleta
Valley, Third Di str ict.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal; and
there being no appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject proposal; the
Board passed and adopted Ordinance no. 248'5, entitled "An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No.
661 of the County of Santa Barbar a, as amended, py Adding Section 78~ to said Ordinance. 11
Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F . Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H . Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I .
NOES: None ABSENT: None 
Th.e Board recessed to meet in Executive Session.
The Board reconvened.
Present: Super visors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, Francis H .
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervi sor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Appo~ ntm ents to Tax Assessment Appeals Board.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, .seconded by' Supervisor Slater, . ~nd carried unanimously,
it i s ordered that the follwoing persons be, and they are hereby, appoi nted to the recently establ i shed
T ax Assessment Appeals Board:
Mrs. Patricia A. Jones (C.P.A.) 466 Arango Drive Goleta, Californ ia
Dennis Dalla ston (Rea l Estate, Accounting, Appraising) 3477: Dakota Drive Santa Maria,
California
Osborne Brazelton (Attorney) 26 W. Micheltorena St. Santa Barbara, California
Harley Craig (alternate) 139. North "G" St. Lompoc, California
Alvin C. Weingand (Alternate) 1304 Plaza. Pacifica Santa Barbara, California
A preliminary meeting to decide on dates for hearings on appeals wi ll be held in the
Assessor's Confer:ence Room on T hursday, October 25, 1973 at 10 a.m.
The Ch airman declared that the meeting of October 15., 1973 be, and the same is hereby,
duly and regularly continued until Thursday, October 1a.,. 1973, at 4:30' o'clock, p'. m.
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Board. of Supervisors of t.he County of Sahta Barbara, State of
Califor:nia,. Thursday, October 18'.,  1973 '~'. at 4:30'. b'clock, p.m.
Present: . Supervisors Frank J. Frost, .Charles F . .
Catterlin, c;tnd James M. Slater; .and J.E.
Le'wis, Clerk.
Absent: . Supervisors Francis H. Beattie and Curtis.
Tunnel I .
Supervisor Catter l in as Vice-Chairman
RE: Awarding Bid for: Channel Grading and Storm Sewer between Quail Val ley Road and 
Deer Trail Place, Job No. 31.09'. 4 . . (County .Engineer's Estimate .of $50,190.00j'.
At a meeting held on October 1 s., 19 73 ~ '. the Clerk announced that the Affic;:l.avit of Pub I ication
was on fi le; the: roll was called of t.hose present as representatives of t.he departments of County .
Counsel, Transportation; and J . E. Lewis, Clerk;  and the fol lowing bids were.received and opened:
Conco Genera l Engineering - $5.5, 78~ . 00'
Cushman Contracting Co. - $3.I ~ 987. oo 
G & S Construction - $31, 800. 00
M. J. Hermreck - 53, 3Ltlr. 50 
C. Sanchez & Son - 35, 909'. 75, 
Rex Murphy - $47-., 001 . 00' '
A-C Construction - $49-., 607. oo 


It appearing that the bid .of Cushman Construction c ompany,  f'. 0. Box 893', '. Goleta; .
Califor:nia is the lowest and best bid received ' frqm a responsible bidder; . c;ind is satisfac;tory. according
to the notice inviting bids, ~s recommended by the Director of Transportation;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of Cushman Contracting Company be accepted, c;tnd the contract awarded
to said contractor according to the price, terms and conditions set for:th in said bid. When the
contract has been prepared, the Chairman and Clerk are . authorized and directed to execute said
contract . .
 
RE: Recommendation of Oirector of Parks frqm July  9, '. 19J3. Board.Refer:ral to Submit Operational
Procedure for: Gathering Affidavits Regarding Implied Dedication of eeach Access.
Bruce Wm. Dodds, Deputy County Counsel, transmitted a Memorandum, dated October
18, . 1973 ~ on an Analysis of Method of Oparation for Investigation of Possible lmplied Dedication of
Beach Access.
In .reply to .Paragraph 1 of t.he report and recommendations of t.he Director of Parks, .
dated October 12'., '. 1973 ~ -_ regarding the preparation of a.n appropriate .affic;:l.avit for:m and appr.ova l 
of $ame by County Counsel's office, Mr. Dodds replied that such an affic;:l.avit for: use by the. Park.
Department for: obtaining initial infor:mation has been prepared and wil I serve as a satisfac;tory initial
step in the investigation.
In . reply to Paragraph 2 concerning the method notifyi.ng the public that the County
is interested in obtaining infor:mation regarding possible areas of  i.mpl ied dedication of beach access,
this is a question of financial resources and the amount of time and ene_rgy the Board. desires the 
Park. Department to .spend on the project and does not directly. involve the' County Counsel: 
In . reply to .Par_agraph 3 regarding the for:w.arding by the Park. Department of what is
believed to be suffic.ient infor:mation on any particular location to County .Counsel for: .eva luation, .
Mr . . Dodds replied that, while they would  review material for: legal suffic_iency for: action to acquire .
 title: for public access to a beach area, as a matter of policy,  the Park Department should brlng
any specific. question of County .Counsel proceeding with .acquisition to the Board of supervisors.
Should the Board. approve the method operation, as recommended by the Director. of .
Parks, with the change offe.r:ed by County  Coun-sel on Paragraph 3 'thereof, . it is assumed that a l I  
beach access in the County wil I be under investigation to inquire as to whether there has been
an implied dedication of $Uch beach access.
Upon motion of supervisor Frost, .seconded by supervisor Slater., . c;tnd carr ied unanimously, 
it is ordered th.at the recommendations contained in the' report .to the Boara by the  Director of Parks, .
dated October 12., ". 1973. be, and the same are . hereby,  c;onfir.med, with .certain modific.ations submitted
by County Counsel, ~s hereinabove-indicated.

ATTEST: .
October 15'., , 1973. 
Upon motion the.Board adjourned sine die.
The for:-egoing Minutes are hereby approved.
H. BEATTIE; '.Chairman of the
Board of supervisors.
J . E. LEWIS, County Clerk
BY .
Assistant County Clerk
Board of Supervisor s of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, October 29, 1973, at 9:30 o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, and Curtis
Tunnel I; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Francis H . Beattie
Super visor Catterl in as Vice-Chajrman
An introduction was g iven by the Chief Probation Officer on this sixth annual two-day
Youth in Government Conference, noting the room ful I of participating high school students.
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Each Supervisor was introduced, each of whom made welcoming comments. Many department
heads present were also introduced.
Invocation was g iven by Reverend T . V. T orvik, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church,
followed by the Pledge of Allegiance .
RE: Approval of Minutes of October 15, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it i s ordered that the r eading of the minutes of October 15, 1973 meeting be dispensed with, and
the minutes approved, as submitted.
RE:
(73- V-54)
Appeal of Mary Y.
for an Adjustment.
Robinson from Planning Commission Recommendation to Deny Request
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 19, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for hearing on the appeal of Mary Y. Robinson from Planning Commission recommend -
tion to deny request (73-V- 54) for an adju stment under Section 10 (B) (3) and 1-E-1 District Classification
of Ordinance No. 453 to allow lot area of approximately 37,000 sq. ft. instead 43 ,560 sq.
ft. minimum r equired , Assessor's Parcel No. 13- 170- 19, Montecito, First District; and that notice
be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of gener al c irculation, as
follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Proposed Ordinance (73-0A-23) Amending
Ordinance No. 661 to Permit Kennels.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that November 19, 1973, at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on a proposed ordinance (73-0A-23) amending Ordinance No.
661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as amended, amending Section 10.1 of Article V, U-Unlimited
Agricultural District to permit kennels subject to a Conditional Use Permit under provisions of Article
XI of said Ordinance; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-112; and that notice be given
by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, being a newspaper of general circulation, as follows,
to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Comfort Station, Manning Park, Santa Barbara
County, California.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject plans and specifications be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Thursday, November 29, 1973, at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and
the same is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal, and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation,
as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO BIDDERS)
RE: Publication of General Prevailing Wage Rates Pursuant to Section 1773 of the State Labor
Code.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, approved for publication in the Santa
Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation on November 5, 1973, as fo l lows, to-wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS)

RE: Execution of Street Maintenance Agreement between the County and Anthony M. Borrello,
Developer of property on Hol I ister Avenue.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-687
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Approval of Final Reports submitted by the Director of Transportation for Road Projects.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Final Reports submitted by the Director of Transportation on the fol lowing
road projects be, and the same are hereby, accepted for fi I ing:
a) Figueroa Mountain Road, Job No. 3084.2.
b) Im provements on Parda I I Road at Embarcadero del Mar
and Embarcadero del norte, Job No. 3087.2.
c) Alisos Canyon Road, Job No. 4056.2.
RE: Releasing 85% of Road Improvement Bond; and Dedication of Streets for Tract #11, 524,
Units 2 and 3.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 85% of the fol lowing Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 524, Units 2 and 3
be released, or if a separate bond in the amount of 15% of the bond is posted, all of the original
bond may be exonerated, as provided in Ordinance No. 1358; and that the dedicated streets in
the subdivision be, and the same are hereby, accepted, as recommended by the Director of T ransportation:
General Insurance Company of America, as Surety - University Exchange Corporation,
as Principal, for Bond No. 956053, dated August 1, 1972, in the amout of $124,500.00.
RE: Execution of Renewal of One-year Extension and Renewal of Lease Agreement between
the County and Robert and Blanche Kug ler for Health Department Office Space, 6551 Trigo Road,
Isla Vista (Folio No. 693).
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute subject Agreement for a total rental of $3, 000. 00.
It is further ordered that the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to draw the necessary warrants for the rental payments in the amount of $250. 00 per month
in favor of Robert Kugler and Blanche Kugler and mailed in care of Rentals, Etc., 6551 Trigo Road,
Goleta, California 93017, Attention of Mrs. Mabel I. Shults.


October 29 , 1973
RE: Resolution Authorizing the Director of Resources and Collections to Institute Necessary
Proceedings to Recover Monies Owed the County for Care and Maintenance of Minor Children in
County Institutions.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted: 
Resolution No . 73-688
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES}
RE: Recommendation of Director of Transportation to Approve Request of Isla Vista Municipal
Advisory Council for Temporary Street Closure.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation for the fol lowing temporary street closures be, and the
same are hereby, confirmed:
a} 6700 Block of Pardall for the night of October 31, 1973.
b} Central Block of Madrid on November 3, 1973
RE: Execution of Release of all County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting
from Vehicular Accident, in the Amount of $92.22, Plus $2.20 Filing Fee and $4.40 Service Fee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute a release of all County claims for damages to County Property, resulting from a vehicular
accident on August 23, 1972, involving the Martinez Trucking Company; and that the Director of
Resources and Collections be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received
in full settlement therefor, to the Road Fund.
RE: Acceptance of Refund from Southern California Gas Company, in the Amount of $43. 13.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the $43. 13 refund from the Southern California Gas Company, under contract
for gas stub services at 312 Ellwood Beach Drive and 309 Mathilda, Goleta be, and the same is
hereby, accepted for deposit to Ellwood Acres Assessment District No. 1963-1 Construction Fund.
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R.E : Recommendations of Assistant Surveyor for Release of Monument Bonds for Certain Subdivi- s1ons.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Monument Bonds for the fol lowing subdivisions be, and the same are hereby,
released as to all future acts and conditions, as recommended by the Assistant Survyeor:
a) Tract #11,374 - $300.00
b} Tract #11,470 - $750.00
c) Tract #11,492 - $200.00
d) Tract #10, 670, Unit 1 - $840. 00
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RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Placement of Irrigation System and
Landscape Planting Bond in the Amount of $550 . 00 by Coker & Lee Associates Building, 300 Pine
Avenue, Assessor's Parcel No. 71-121 - 17, Goleta.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Approval of Plans and Specifications for Construction of Orcutt Road, Foster Road to
Lakeview Road, Job No. 5018.2 .
.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the plans and specifications on subject proposal, as submitted by the Department
of Transportation be, and the same are hereby, approved.
It is further ordered that Wednesday, November 21, 1973, at 3 o'clock, p.m. be, and
the same is hereby, set as the date and time for the opening of bids on subject proposal and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Maria Times, as follows, to- wit:
(NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS}
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Certain Change Orders under Contracts for Various
Road Projects.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute the following
change orders on contracts for various road projects, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
a) Change Order Nos. 3 and 4 for contract with E. H. Haskell Company for Cathedral
Oaks Road , Job No. 2011 . 1, for total increase of $600 . 00
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October 29, 1973
b) Change Order Nos. 1 and 2 for contract with A. J. Diani Construction Company,
Inc. for San Antonio Road, Job No. 4076.2, for total increase of $700.00
c) Change Order Nos. 8 and 9 for contract with M. J. Hermreck, Inc. for Clark Avenue
and Dominion Road, Job Nos. 5023.1, 5032.1 and 5050.1 for total increase of $8,300.00.
RE: Execution of Right of Way Contracts between the County of Santa Barbara and Various
Property Owners; and Acceptance of Right of Way Grants for Construction of Dominion Road, Job
No. 5032. 1, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute the fol lowing right of Way Contracts between the County and various property owners;
and that the Right of Way Grants on subject matter be, and the same are hereby, accepted by the
County of Santa Barbara:
a) Marjorie L. Ferguson, as her interest may appear of record, dated July 2, 1973,
Right of Way Contract dated October 29, 1973, in consideration of $10.00.
b) Thomas M. Ferguson, as his interest may appear of record, dated June 25, 1973 ,
Right of Way Contract dated October 29, 1973, in consideration of $10.00.
c) Waldo A. Gillette and Alva W. Gillette, as Trustees for the Waldo A. Gillette Family
Trust, dated June 12, 1973, Right of Way Contract dated October 29, 1973, in consideration of
$20.00.
d) Lloyd Corporation, Ltd., a California Corporation, dated July 19, 1973 , Right of
Way Contract dated October 29, 1973, in consideration of $40. 00 .
It is further ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to draw warrants on Road Fund 4510/7970, payable to said parties in their respective amounts.
/ 1l( fl PF I c.
RE: County Engineering Committee Meeting of October 16, 1973 , as Submitted by the Director
of Transportation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby , approved for fi I ing and the Director
of Transportation wi 11 proceed to prepare appropriate resolutions and ordinances as are necessary
to be carried out by the approved minutes.
RE:
Bond
Recommendation of Di rector of Transportation for Release of 15% Balance of Road Improvement
for Tract #11,451, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the following Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 451, Third
District be, and the same is hereby, released as to all future acts and conditions, since the oneyear
guarantee period, as required under Ordinance No . 1358 has been complied with:
RE:
The Stuyvesant Insurance Company, as Surety - Midtown Development Company, as
Principal, for Bond No. 3023505, dated February 1, 1972, in the amount of $3,000.00.
Resolution of Continuing Existency of Emergency. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-689
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Purchasing Agent for Board Finding and Al lowance to Let Contract
Covering Roadwork not to Exceed $10,000.00, for Construction of Drainage Improvements Along
Vereda Del Ciervo, Job No. 3160.2, at an Estimated Cost of $5,555.00, by E. H. Haskell Company,
Through the Department of Transportation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommended finding submitted to the Board by the Purchasing Agent on subject
matter be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendatin from the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for Denial of Claims Filed Against the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following claims filed against the County be, and the same are hereby, denied,
as recommended by the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance Carrier, as there
is no legal liability on the part of the County relative to the claims:

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October 29, 1973
a) Pamela Caughell,5/14/73, $43.50
b) Lawrence Hall Bennett, 8/1/73, $50.000.00
c) Marie D. & William Patrick McPhee, 10/1/73, $157,404.90
d) Kenneth Allen Stringer, 10/1/73, $25,200.00
e) Gloria Sosa, Julio, Sosa, Dolores Sosa Gaitan, John
Sosa, Robert Sosa, Julio Sosa, Jr. and Michael Sosa, 9/24/73,
$250,000.00.
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RE: Approval of Sheriff's Request for Waiver of Physical Requirements for Prospective Employee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request for Mrs. H. Fisher, Clerk Typist I be, and the same is hereby,
approved, as recommended by Dr. Rink.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County.
Upon motion of Superivisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following claims filed against the County be, and the same are hereby, referred
to the Director of Special Services, Pacific Indemnity Insurance Company and County Counsel:

RE:
Bond.
a) Dona Id B . Johnson - in excess of $100, 000. 00
b) Pamela Joyce Miller - $10,000.00
c) Virgil C. & Evelyn B. Walker - $25,000.00
d) Eleanor Lee Goodman - $200,000.00
e) Dane Phillip Heule - $421.84
f) Kenneth Allen Stringer - Amendment to claim which was
denied this date
g) A. Bryan Dunn - $135. 76
h) Maria A. Verkaik - $51.00 .
Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Release of Oil Drilling
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the subject recommendation on the fol lowing bond be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed:
RE:
Bond.
Kenneth H. Hunter - Employers Commercial Union, for Bond No. EF7102576, covering
well "White 31-1611
, County Permit No. 3662.
Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Rider to Oil Drilling
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation on the following rider be, and the same is hereby, confirmed:
RE:
Shell Oil Company - Traveler's Indemnity Company, Bond No. S-305, covering well
"Shell-Standard Bradley Land Co. 48-36", County Permit No. 3560.
Publication of Ordinances Nos. 2480 - 2484, Inclusive.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is determined that Ordinances
Nos. 2480 - 2484, inclusive, have been duly published by the Principal Clerk of the Santa Barbara
News-Press, in the manner and form prescribed by law.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Release $3000. 00 Irrigation System
and Landscape Planting Bond (70-CP-35) for El Reo Mobile Home Park (Buellton Investors & A.
T. Peterson.

Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation for El Reo Mobile Home Park (Buellton Investor s & A.
T. Peterson) be, and the same is hereby, confirmed:
RE:
Western Surety Company, as Surety - Maxwel I B. Sanders and Morris Jurkowitz dba
Valley Mobile Park Investments, as Principals, for Bond No. 2201554, dated October
23, 1972, in the amount of $3,000.00.
Recommendation of Landscape Architect for Release of Open Space Bond for Tract #11, 504.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation for release as to all future acts and conditions of the
following bond be, and the same is hereby, confirmed:
American Motorists Insur ance Company, as Surety - lnsignis, Inc. and Cathedral Oaks
Village Assoc., as Principals, for Bond No. 3SM162796, dated December 21, 1972, in
the amount of $5, 000. 00.
1.60 October 29, 1973
It is further ordered that subject release is contingent upon receipt of $350. 00 as deposit
for future ins ta I lation of 1" water meter in the Open Space, and the Open Space accepted for maintenance.
RE: Resolution Amending Contract with B. D. Collins Construction Company for Addition
to Lompoc County Office Bui lding, Change Orders Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 for Increase of $5,606.47.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-690
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Proposed Eight Point Program of Mid-Coast Veterinary Medical Association and S. B.
Metropolitan Doctors of Veterinary Medicine re Animal Population Control Program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Animal Control Division,
Health Department.
RE: Expression of Appreciation from Irwin Wapner for Appointment to Area IX Developmental
Disabilities Board, Mental Retardation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Execution of One-year Extension and Renewal of Lease Agreement between the County
and Jesse C. and Theresa A. Ruiz for Mental Health Services Office Space, Guadalupe, Folio No.
576.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute subject Agreement, dated October 29, 1973, from October 15, 1973 through October 14,
1974, at rental of $230.00 per month, for total of$ 2, 760.00.
It is further ordered that the Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to draw the necessary warrants in favor of Jesse C. Ruiz and Theresa A. Ruize for the monthly
rental payments.
RE: Reports and Communications .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following reports and communications be, and the same are hereby, placed
on file:
a) Auditor-Controller - Consolidated Statement of Appropriations, Expenditures & Encumbrance ,
Consolidated Statement of Revenues Compared to Estimates, first quarter ending September 30, 1973.
b) Auditor-Control !er audits of the fol lowing: Planning Department, January 1, 1972
through June 30, 1973; Employees' Retirement Association, January 1, 1972 thru December 31,
1972; Hope Co. Fire Protection District #2, Mission Canon Fire Protection District, S. B. Resources
Conservation District and Santa Maria Valley Resource Conservation District, 1972-73; and Montecito
Fire Protection District & Laguna County Sanitation District, 1972-73.
c) Air Pollution Control - District Monthly Progress Report, September, 1973.
d) County Treasurer - Investment of Temporary Surplus Moneys, September, 1973.
e) County Health Department, Report of Money Collected, Animal Control Program,
September, 1973.
f) State Board of Equalization Statement of Distribution for Deposit in Local Transportation
Fund, Advance Pymt. , $90,000.00; and Statement of 1% Local Tax Distribution, Advance Pymt. ,
$97,500. 00.
RE: Reports from Planning Commission for Information Only.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject reports on the following be, and the same are hereby, placed on file:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on Request of Josephine E. Silveira (73-CP-80)
to al low temporary use of trailer as single family dwelling by full time farm employee(s) on the
west side of Drum Canyon Road, 3. 5 miles north of Highway 246, Lompoc, Fourth District.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Stephen J. Love (73-CP-81) to allow
temporary use of trailer as single family dwelling during construction of permanent residence 10
miles west of Highway 101 and 1 and 1/3 miles from Southern Pacific Railroad, in Canada del Cojo
area, Point Conception, Fourth District.
c) Closed public hearing and dropped from agenda the request of Dale E. Hanst for
C & H Chevrolet, Butts Buick & Williams Cadi llac-Oldsmobi le (73-RZ-35 (72-GP-23) for rezoning
of property on Hollister Avenue west of Turnpike Road & San Marcos Road, Goleta, Third District.
RE: Proposed Resolution for Acceptance for Parcel of Land Dedicated for Road Purposes
in Tract #10, 156, Parcel B, Third District.
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Supervisor Catterlin indicated concern about the controversy among the property owners
along Atascadero Creek. He suggested, rather than acceptance of such dedication for exclusive
road purposes, that on Line 15 of the resolution, relative to the offer of dedication for public use,
include the following phrase: "Include but not limited to road purposes, flood control and open
space".
The Director of Transportation explained that there was an offer made with the original
subdivision on this, which was not accepted at that time and referred to the question on the wording
on the title sheet of the Subdivision Map.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Director of Transportation
and County Counsel for report and recommendation to the Board on November 5, 1973.
RE: Proposed Execution of One-year Extension and Renewal of Lease Agreement between
the County and Sono-Marin Builders, Inc., Roberts & Aguirre Affiliates for Petroleum Department
Office Space at 1862 South Broadway, Santa Maria, at the rate of $259. 50 per Month.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 5, 1973, at
the request of the Petroleum Administrator.
RE: Communication from Daniel Wilson Notifying the Board of Intent to Sell the Cachuma
Riding Concession .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973,
in order to receive the recommendation of the Park Commission and approval of the County Auditor.
RE:
Hiking
Proposed Approval of Assignment of Concession Agreement for Cachuma Riding and
Trai Is from Jack Sears to Daniel Wi Ison.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973 to
be considered concurrently with Item #63.
RE: Report and Recommendation from Agricultural Commissioner and Public Works Director
Relative to Procedure to be Followed in Study of Agriculture in the County, as Requested by the
Santa Barbara County Farm Bureau.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973,
as requested by the Agricultural Commissioner and Public Works Director in order to have enough
time to receive the necessary information from Livingston & Blayney, Consultants to complete said
report.
RE:
Solid

Request of State Resources Agency, Solid Waste Management Board, for Comments Regarding
Waste Management Plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued November 12, 1973, in
order to al low time for the Pub I ic Works Di rector to receive the necessary State Guide I ines with
which to work.
RE: Appointment to Senior Citizen's Advisory Commission of the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973 to
allow more time to submit names of members for appointments to said Commission .
  RE: Proposed Execution of Revenue Sharing Contracts.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973,
at the request of County Counsel .
RE: Proposal of Santa Barbara Branch NAACP for Revenue Sharing Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973,
at the request of County Counsel.
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RE: Report and Recommendation from Administrative Officer on a Proposed Unemployment
Insurance Program for County Employees.
Subject report, dated October 17, 1973, contained a recommendation that subject matter
be taken off the agenda at this time, due to the absence of demonstrated need.
Ful I participation in State administered unemployment insurance program would cost
approximately $438, 000. 00 per year. For comparison, on a self-insured basis, that figure would
provide a ful I 26 weeks of benefits at the rate of $75. 00 a week to 225 laid-off employees. This
would be a one-time cost, whereas participation in the State program would be an ongoing annual
expense. There are no current or contemplated changes in County operations which would necessitate
laying off County employees.
Leonard Roders of the Social Workers Local Union #535 disagreed with subject recommendation
because employees have been caught in situations whereby they lost their jobs. They should've
had unemployment insurance protection. The Board could implement this program by using contingency
funds; or at least make a commitment. As an example, Ventura County made the 26-year, $75. 00
per week commitment, with no funds set aside. The Auditor explained that if the Board commits
itself on a policy it would only be proper to fund it; i.e., take funds from the Contingency and
budget it.
The Administrative Officer explained that meet and confer sessions with employee groups
are held once a year on items such as this, resulting with a signed memorandum of understanding;
so there is no need for emergency action at this time.
Zack L. Stringer, General Manager of the Santa Barbara County Employee's Association,
reiterated comments he had made at the September 17, 1973 meeting regarding lay offs and, in
particular, the laundry workers at the Santa Barbara General Hospital. At this point, he requested
that a word contained in his statement at that meeting be corrected. The minute order reads that
he had opposed an unemployment program two years ago, and it should be that he had proposed
an unemployment program two years ago. The Chairman declared that such correction be made
in the minutes.
Mr. Stringer stated that there is justification for this type of program, and psychologically
it al lays anxiety among County employees.
Supervisor Tunnel I expressed mixed feelings
many years. There is a balance of benefits to consider.
in a negative attitude by many people.
as he had been a private employer for
While it does a lot of good, it does result
Supervisor Catterl in appeared to be in favor of subject proposal, as he felt that only
a small amount of money would be involved and at the same time, it would provide a psychological
benefit to employees.
Discussion ensued on possible use of revenue sharing as an interim, but there is a
time I imit involved which might prohibit it. The Administrative Officer reported that the planned
use report for the funds could not be complied with.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973 and
referred to the Administrative Officer and Auditor for study on a proposal with all details worked
out, including funding, to provide for a 26- week ($75. 00 per week} type of unemployment for County
employees and report back to the Board on said date.
RE:
S'Ystem and
Request of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Stevens for Refund of $250. 00 Posted for Irrigation
Landscape Planting for Residence at 6822 Sabado Tarde, Goleta (72-BAR-180).
County Counsel pointed out that the irrigation system was put in but not the lawn.
He gave three alternatives the Board could use to solve the problem. The Park Director indicated
that he has prepared a draft letter to the Board which is being reviewed by County Counsel. He
has photos of two properties on the same street with the same bond requirements and there is quite
a bit of difference in the appearance of these properties in comparison with the one in question.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens stated that the person they sold the property to does not believe in seeding,
watering or mowing so the lawn doesn't look very presentable. She said she and her husband
have reseeded and spot seeded the lawn for him and the man sti 11 does not maintain it. They didn't
realize that maintenance was part of their obligation and had counted on getting back the $250.00
that had been deposited .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to Supervisor Slater for
further study and report back to the Board on December 24, 1973.
RE: Notice of Petition from Social Services Union 535 for Representative Unit by an Employee
Representative.
E. J era Id Haws filed a communication, dated October 29, 1973, on behalf of the Santa
Barbara County Employees Association to which was attached a copy of a letter from the Employee
Relations Officer, dated October 25, 1973, pertaining to an alleged defect petition submitted to the
County by Local 535 to establish proposed units. The petition includes supervisory classifications
with non-supervisory classifications. This is contrary to the provisions of Resolution No. 73-581,
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The communication from the Employee Relations Officer, directed to SBCEA, indicated
that the County has notified Local 535 that the c lassifications they propose for inclusion in supervisor y
and non-supervisory units are not acceptable.
SBCEA takes the position that t he defects are not such as can be cur ed by a mere letter
of "modification" The Notice sent out by the County on the petition was also defective, as supervisory
and non-supervisory c lassifications were included in one petition.
Attorney Richard P. Rowe, r epresenting Attorney Haws, r eferr ed to the Notice that
has gone out, which presumes to establish t he challenge. He questions the effect if i t is formally
recognized in the sense of a filing.
The letter of Attorney Haws is the notice to the Board that SBCEA wishes to challenge
the petition but they will be challenging a defective petition; there, the challenge would also be
defective.
Attorney Rowe r eferred to the provisions of the Resolut ion on giving notice of a challenge
as to the appropriateness of the proposed representative unit who seeks to establish a different
unit. The units proposed by Local 535 cannot possibly be r ecognized as such .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, r eferred to the Administrative Officer,
County Counsel and Personnel Director for a preliminary determination as to the validity of the
document submi tted, which has not yet been officially acknowledged as being filed with the Board
of Supervisors, and report back to the Board on November 5, 1973.
RE:
OfLabor,
Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Approve Submission of U . S. Department
Manpower Administration, Operational Planning Grant Application for $25,000. 00.
The following r ecommendations contained in the Administrative Officer's report of October
23, 1973 were submi tted:
1) approve submission of subject Manpower Planning Grant Appl ication for $25, 000. 00
in Manpower Planning Funds without County matching funds r equired to establish needed staffing
(administrative and fiscal) for operational planning and implementing a local Manpower Component
preparatory to sponsorship of all Manpower Programs in Santa Barbara County.
2) authori ze the Administrative Officer to sign all necessary contract documents in
connection ther ewith , on behalf of the County.
3) authorize one additional position of Employment Development Coordinator to act
as Manpower Director, salary range 324 ($1,220.09 - $1,490.00 per month), to be funded under
the Grant.
The five objectives for the use of the Grant were outlined. One of the r equirements
of the contract would be to assure r estructuring of the Manpower Area Plann i ng Council. The
present MAPC i s the County Vocational Advisory Counci I (VAC) as designated by this Board. This
Council is made up of r epr esentatives from San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Supervisor
Slater i s chairman of VAC. Recommendations are expected to be submitted concerning the restructuring
for con sideration by the Board w ithin 60 days from the effective date of subject Grant.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered t hat the three recommendations of the Administrative Officer, as hereinabove-indicated
be, and the same are hereby, confirmed.
It is further ordered that the fol lowing resolution be and the same is hereby, passed
and adopted on subject Grant application to be submitted to the U . S. Department of Labor for approval:
RE:
of Retired
Resolution No. 73-691
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Report and Recommendation of Admi ni strati ve Officer Concerning Increased Benefits
County Employees.
The Administrative Officer recommended that his subject communication , dated October
24, 1973, which was presented as an interim report for the Board,'s information, be fi led pending
completion of the Retirement Board's report on the feasibility of the County adopting provi sions
of Senate Bi 11 374 (Chapter 298, 1973 Session) . Upon completion of the r eport by the Treasurer,
the Admini str ative Officer will be in a position to r eport further to the Board concerning possible
implementation of said Senate Bill.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell , seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is her eby, confirmed; and the report
to the Board be, and the same is hereby, placed on fi le.
RE: Execution of Amendment to Contract between the County and Dr. Irwin L. Lunianski,
M. D. to Provide Half-time Services for the Mental Health Services Department for Minimum of 20
Hours per Week from October 1, 1973 through December 31, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater , and carried unanimously,
the following r esolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-692
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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RE: Execution of Contract between the County and U. S. Bureau of Prisons to Authorize
Use of Juvenile Hall (La Posada) to Detain Juveniles Awaiting Disposition in a Federal System,
Effective September 1, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-693
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and The Regents of the University of California
and Memorandum of Understanding with UCSB for County Participation in College Work Study Program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-694
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Stating Board Pol icy and Revising the Duties and Authority of the County
Administrative Officer in Regard to Street Lighting for Land Developments and Rescinding Resolution
No. 69-507 Relating thereto.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73-695
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Staffing of Sheriff's Narcotics
Enforcement Task Force .
.
The Administrative Officer recommended that the Board adopt a resolution and adopt
an amendment to the salary ordinances to allow the Sheriff to hire two Investigators and reclassify
an existing Deputy in connection with subject matter.
Reference was made to the approval of a grant through LEAA at the close of the budget
hearings last June for funds to initiate a narcotics enforcement task force in the County. Grant
funds will completely cover the salaries of the two additional Investigators for the term of the project
which is for one year and w i 11 not be a burden on the tax .payer.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, with the condition
offered by Supervisor Slater that this would be only on the grant application and would not be
continued on in next year's budget as a I ine item.
It is further ordered that the fol lowing resolution be, and the same is hereby, passed
and adopted:
RE:
of Sheriff's
Resolution No. 73-696
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

Ordinance No. 2486 Amending Salary Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 Concerning Staffing
Narcotics Enforcement Task Force.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2486, amending Section No. 074 of Salary Ordinances
Nos. 2445 and 2447, as amended, on subject matter, which is related to Resolution No. 73-696,
adopted this date.
Upon the roll being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
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Slater, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Authorize Sheriff's Corrections
Officer Positions for Continued Operation of Sheriff's Work Furlough Program.
Subject recommendation as contained in the report to the Board, dated October 24,
1973, was for the Board's consideration of adopting a resolution authorizing five Sheriff's Corrections
Officer positions for continuation of subject program.
The Sheriff did not ask for these positions authorized under the PEP Program in FY
1973-74 budget, but later on, found out there had been a definite phase-out period for the PEP
Program. Through phase-out and transitions in departmental vacancies, the Sheriff has lost these
positions and now needs the five new corrections officers to continue the Work Forlough Program.
This has been a successful and worthwhile program and should not be terminated.

October 29, 1973
Pete Potter, Administrative Service Officer for the Sheriff's Department, explained the
background of the problem. He also explained that these five positions are not new positions since,
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for the past year they have been used for the operation of the work furlough program. The Administrat
ive Officer explained the reason for the high cost of overtime in the Sheriff's Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried, with
Supervisor Slater voting 11 No 11
, it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed.
It is further ordered that the fol lowing resolution on these positions be, and the same
is hereby, passed and adopted :
Resolution No. 73-697
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Execution of Agreement with the County for Planned Drug Abuse Programs (Diversion
Program Services), from November 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974 for Mental Health Services Department.
The Administrative Officer submitted his report, dated October 25, 1973, containing
the following recommendations:
1) approve subject contracts with various providers of drug abuse services and instruct
the Chairman to sign;
2) authorize the expenditure of $119, 035. 00 from the current year Mental Health Services
appropriations for this purpose;
3) approve the transfer of $11, 904. 00 from the Appropriation for Contingencies to the
Mental Health Services appropriation to fund the County share of these contracts.
The expenditure of $1 19 ,035.00 will cover all expected contracts, some of which have
not been ready for Board review. Short-Doyle funds are involved, of which $11, 904. 00 is the
County's share. The State Department of Health has approved the County's program and had assured
reimbursement for 90% of estimated expense.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Administrative Officer's recommendations, as he reinabove-referred to be,
and the same are hereby, confirmed; and the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted, authorizing
the execution of subject agreement with the fol lowing parties:
Resolution No. 73-698
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Jerry Burton, ACSW, Santa Maria, for $8,000.00
Jerry Coker, Ph.D., Santa Maria, for $3,200.00
Community Health Task Force, Santa Barbara,
for $6, 400. 00
Dawn House, Lompoc, for $6, 400. 00
Drug Abuse Intervention Project, Santa Barbara,
for $3,200.00
Isla Vista Human Relations Center, Isla Vista,
for $,800.00
Isla Vista Open Door Clinic, Isla Vista for
$6,400.00
The Klein Bottle, Santa Barbara for $6, 400. 00
The Phoenix House, Santa Barbara, for .$4, 800. 00
Sea and Summit, Santa Barbara, for $, 800. 00
Social Advocates for Youth, Goleta, for $3, 200. 00.
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RE: Execution of Agreements with the County for S. B. 714 Drug Abuse Program Funding
(Treatment and Rehabilitation) from November 1, 1973 through June 30, 1974 for Mental Health Services
Department.
The recommendations approved, as submitted by the Administrative Officer, dated October
25, 1973, r eferring to the execution of the agreements for planned abuse programs (d iverse program
services) apply also to this matter.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted authorizing the execution of subject agreements
with the following parties:
Resolution No. 73-699
(ORIGIN~L IN PERMANENT FILES)
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C.A.L.M., Santa Barbara, for $2,500.00
Casa Nuestra, Santa Barbara, for $1,600.00
Dawn House, Lompoc, for $5,200.00
Helpline, Goleta, for $800.00
Isla Vista Human Relations Center, Is la Vista,
for $1, 800. 00
Isla Vista Youth Project, Goleta, for $1,200.00
Isla Vista Open Door Clinic, Isla Vista, for
$7,600.00
The Klein Bottle, Santa Barbara, for $13,000.00
The Phoenix House, Santa Barbara, for $10,000.00
Santa Ynez Mental Health Association, Solvang,
for $3,000.00
Sea and Summit, Santa Barbara, for $3, 000. 00
Social Advocates for Youth, Goleta for $2, 000. 00
Work, Inc., Santa Barbara, for $2,000.00
 
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RE : Execution of Contracts with the County for Operation of Alcohol Detoxification Centers
in Lompoc, Santa Barbara and Santa Maria, Effective November 12 , 1973.
The Administrative Officer submitted his report, dated October 25, 1973 , containing
the following recommendations:
1) approve the subject contracts for operation of alcohol detoxification centers in Lompoc,
Santa Barbara and Santa Maria and instruct the Chairman to s ign;
2) approve the transfer of funds in the amount of $7, 520. 00 from the Mental Health
Revenue Sharing Appropriation to Public Works - County Projects in order to . complete necessary
repairs to the General Hospital Nurses' Residence, which -will house t he progr am in Santa Barbara.
The estimated cost to operate the program for the balance of the fiscal year is $247, 582 . 00
for the 3 non-profit charitable or corporations and County modifications. Sufficient funds to finance
the program are available in the 1973- 74 Mental Health - Revenue Sharing appropriation, which
contains $251, 625. 00 for detoxification purposes. The average length of stay s hould be three days,
 with the Centers open 24 hours a day for referrals by both law enforcement and other agencies.
The purpose of these Centers is to stop the 11 revolving door" syndrome.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Administrative Officer's recommendations, as hereinabove-referred to be,
and the same are hereby, confirmed; and the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted, authorizing
the execution of subject agreements with the fol lowing parties:
Residents
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Resolution No. 73-700
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES} es dent;
Contractor
The Farm House, Inc.
Sobriety Uni imited, Inc
SPAN, Inc
County Modifications

Location
Lompoc
 Santa Barbara
Santa Maria 
Santa Barbara
TOTAL
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Amount
$ 36,688.00
$112,723.20
$ 90.631.00
$ 7,520.00
$247,582. 00
RE: Report and Recommendations of Administrative Officer for Budget Revisions for Sheriff's
Organized Intelligence Unit Grant.
The fo ll owi ng recommendations were submitted:
1} approve proposed grant budget revisions to provide additional equ ipment for the
Sheriff's Organized Crime Intelligence Unit;
2) approve transfer from the Appropriation for Contingencies to the Fixed Assets budget
for the Sheriff in the amount of $13,870.00;
3) authorized the Sheriff to proceed with the purchase of equ ipment for the Unit using
surplus funds from the first year grant to replenish the Contingency.
The report delved into the background on the approved CCCJ g rant appl ication for
financial assistance to establ ish the Unit for Region P (Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties}
and the commencement delay. With the transfer to purchase the equipment, it should be understood
that the expenditure will be offset by an over-realization of the Sheriff's 1973-74 revenue estimates.
These revenues could be used to replenish the Contingency .

Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Administrative Officer's recommendations as hereinabove-referred to be, and
the same are hereby, confirmed; and the Purchasing Agent, through the Sheriff be, and he is hereby,
authorized and directed to purchase the fol lowing equipment:
(See List}
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer Pertaining to Clearance of Abandoned
Vehicles .
The Administrative -Officer recommended in his report to the Board, dated October 24,
1973 , that the Board adopt a resolution requesting the California Highway Patrol to c lear abandoned
vehicles from private and pub I ic property, not on h ighway rights-of-way in the unincorporated
areas of Santa Barbara County. Adoption of an abandoned vehicle ordinance is not recommended .
The Sheriff and County Counsel concur .
References were made to legislation for a lternatives of which the Number 4 a lternative
was recommended, statistics on abandoned vehicles in Santa Barbara and experience of other jurisdictions.
Under the recommended program, vehicle storage in v iolation of zoning ordinances
wi ll continue to be a County responsibility. There are less than three of these each month.
At present, the Sheriff has responsibility for taking complaints of abandoned vehi c les
and c learing them. The Sheriff cleared a ll complaints received, which came to approximately 130
cars in calendar year 1972. In September of 1972, members of the Transportation Department surveyed
a ll apparently abandoned vehicles v isible from County roadways and counted 617. The Isla Vista
Community Council counted approximately 79 abandoned vehicles in Isla Vista on September 9, 1972.
An estimated total of 12 Vehicles are reported abandoned in the Santa Barbara County section of
the Los Padres National Forest, at present.
October 29, 1973
Sheriff's Deputy Seal ind icated that the Sheriff is in ful I agr eement to transfer this
over to the CHP and he gave his reasons therefore, including the fact that one position would be
saved in the department through this transfer .
The Public Works
for illegal dumping of r efuse.
Di rector said that h is depar tment f inds many of these w hile i nspecting
T hey would continue to refer these to the CHP.
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Upon motion of Supervi sor Frost, seconded by Supervisor T unnell , and carr ied unan imously,
it is order ed that the Administr ative Officer 's recommendation as herei nabove-r eferred to be, and
the same is hereby, confirmed; and the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing resolution:
T
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Resolution No. 73-700-A
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
T he Board r ecessed unt i I 2 o 'c lock, p . m.
At 2 o'clock, p.m., the Board reconvened .
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in , James M. Slater, and Cu rtis
T unnell; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Fr ancis H. Beattie 
Supervisor Catterlin as Vice-Chairman
Request for Appropriation, Cancel lat ion or Revision of Funds.

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Upon motion of Super v i sor T unnel I , seconded by Super v isor Slater , and carried unanimou s ly,
t he fol lowing request for appr opriation , cancel lation or revision of funds are h er eby approved in
the budget c lassification and amounts shown and the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized
and directed to make the necessary transfers:

'
Transfer No . 29
PURCllASING AGENT
From:
0460/8600
SU1'Jl.1ARY OF TRANSFERS
$ 1 , 275
To:
0460/8600
October 29, 1973
$ 1,275
De viation-- delete Line Item 4 and establish two new line items: #9 -- 2
calculators to replace ones which are obsolete (no longer manufactured and
parts not available for repair) ; and #10 -- 2 storage units for vendor
reference f i les urgently needed to accommodate easy access to this material
which is now in various l ocations:
Transfer No . 69
MARSHAL- S . B.-GOLETA JUDICIAL DIST .
From :
Approp . for Contingency$  400
To:
3120/7540
 

$ 400
Request for rental of Savin Type Copy Machine at rate of $39.22 per month
(Oct. 1973 through June 1974) which is now located at Santa Barbara-Goleta
Municipal Court Cl erk ' s Office 

Transfer No . 81
COUNTY CLERK-ELECTIONS
From:
1310/8600 $ 297 . 50
To :
1310/8600 $ 297. 50
Deviation--transfer from fixed assets iten1 #2 to i tem #1 to allow for two
wood -counter top file cabinets which are of higher priprity.at this time.
This \'1ill bring item #1 to $997 . 50 and r educe item 4~2 to $2,958 . 50 . -
Transfer No . 83
PUBLIC i70RKS
From:
Approp . for Contingency $ 2,400
To :
1910/7200 $ 2 , 400
Transfer to cover cost of necessary acoustical treatment of stairwell between
first and second floors of Agricultural Commissioner ' s Office in Courthouse
($2 , 000) and for carpeting on stairs ($400) .

Transfer No . 88
S . B. GENERAL HOSPITAL
Prof. Fees
0
From :
6310/7460
6310/7540 Rents & Leases
$5 , 876
12 , 216
To:
6310/8600 Equipment $18 , 092
Transfer to request purchase of Picker Mammographic System which was to have
been leased and was so budgeted for fiscal 1973-74. However , purchase of
equipment will be more favorable to County than a long term lease .
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Ti;ansfer No . 92
S.B . -GOLETA t1UNICIPAL COURT
From : To :
2810/8600 Fixed Assets $ 775 2810/8600 Fixed Assets $ 775
To correct error in wording in Final Budget of item #1 , "Stenorette and Transcribing
Unit" to indicate 1 Stenorette and 1 Transcribing Unit (Line Item #6
in Budget) . Amount allowed is correct for both units .
Transfer No . 95
ADf1IN . OFFICE- ENVIRONMEl~TAL QUALITY
From:
Approp. for ~on t ing ency $ 1, 625
To :
0130/8600 $ 1 , 625
For purchase of additional furniture and equipment
mental Quality '(List attached to transfer).
for the Office of Environ-
Transfer No. 96
FIRE DEPART11ENT
From:
Line Item #4 Calculator $
Line Item #15 Sprayer
3710/8600 $
181
6
187
To :
,   
3710/8600 Radio Decoder $ 187
Request to use savings of two line items for purchase of one radio decoder
that would serve to alert volunteer firemen to man Fire Station #24 . At 
present department has 24-hour on-call radio dispatchers to alert volunteers
in emergency, but these positions will be eliminated when north county
dispatch operation is consolidated at Fire Station #21  
Transfer No. 98
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From: 
1930/8300 Struct. & Irnprove .-Line
To :
1930/8300 Struct. & Improve . - Establish
Item #7 $ 6,680 . 65 New Line Item #9 $ 6,680. 65
Request for new l ine item needed to take care of change order approved in
current fiscal year by Resolution #73-458 in amount of $1 , 074.18 and for
change orders in sum of $5 , 606 . 47 for approval by Board 10/29/73 for additions
to Lompoc County Office Buil ding . .

Transfer No . 100
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From:
1930/8300 Struct~ & Improve . -Li ne
Item #7 $ 1, 276 . 25
To :
1930/8300 Struct. & I mprove .-Establish
Line Item #8
Request for transfer to pay for professional mechanical and e l ectrical
engineering services for County Administration Building air conditioning
changes -- Data Processing in accordance with agreement of 6/25/73 with
Archer Spencer Engineering ~s~s~o~c~i~a~t~e~s~,'---"r~n~c""-".---.~----------------~--------------------

, sununary of Transfers Page 3 October 29 , 1973

Transfer No. 101
,; SHERir. F-CORONER
From:
Approp . for Cont ingency $13,703
To:
3110/7050 Communications
3110/8600 Equipment
2530/8600 Equipment
$ 4,536
5,167
4,000
This transfer is requested in order to purchase necessary equipment for the
Organized Crime Uni~ . (List o f items a ttached to transfer)
Transfer No . 103
AUDITOR- CONTROLLER
From:
General Fund (Safety)
General Fund (Regular)
Road Fund
Petroluem Dept . Fund
Emerg . Emp . Act Fund 5
Emerg. Emp . Act Fund 6
Trans . Wkg . Capital Fund
S . B . Co .Air Pol . Cont. Dist.
S . B. Co. FLd. Cont. & Water
Conse rvation District
Laguna Co . San. Distr.
$30 , 989 . 31
74 , 556 . 32
5 , 253 .02
1 76.54
587 . 88
297. 10
438 . 05
298 . 81
1 , 594 . 34
194. 70
To :
Empl oyees ' Retirement Fund $114 , 386 . 07
' .
For pay p e riod No . 22 , ending October 21 , 197 3- -incl~des cost of living
pension of $7 , 459 . 45
1 973-74 Contingency Appropriation - - - - - - - - $ 719;162 . 64
Less Transfer No . 69 - S . B. -Goleta Judicial Dist . (-400. 00)
Less Transfer No . 83 - Public Works (-2 , 400 . 00)
~~
Less Transfer No . 95 - Office of Environ . Quality (-1, 625 . 00)
Less Transfer No . 101 - Sheriff-Coroner (-13 , 703 . 00)
New Balance if above transfers approved $ 701 , 034 . 64

168 October 29, 1973
RE: Allowance of Claims.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the fol lowing
claims be, and the same are hereby, allowed, each claim for the amount and payable out of the
fund designated on the face of each claim, r espectively, to-wit:
I
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(Claims Li st)

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~ONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNDGBHBRAL
PAYEE/REMARKS
Paul. L.  YVonne T. Aahton
Willia- c. Bernett, c.s.a.
Maria Bernaldo, M.D.
Joe P. sets
Bray' 101 Reataarant
California Citiea Water Compan,
Continental Telephone eo. of calif.
Mr. John v. crwford
Electro Di1a9noatic Lb
J- B. Piaher, MD.
Dan Gaither
General TelepbOne co.
Inc.
Goleta County Water Ditrict
B. D. Greer, III, M.D.
Bob c. BallibUrton
Roqr Ikola, M.D.

carol JC. ttaaper, MD.
E. T. JColndrianoa, M.D.
LaboratOry Proce1nr-
Lak Mari Water. COllplllly, Inc.
John R. Lefebvre, M.D.
Barry x. Lienke, M.D.
LOa Ala110a COllllDnity Service Diatrict
L. c. Mansbach., M.D.
Richard Minor
David S. Mis-, M.D.
llikola autaarant & Steak Bou
Pacific Ga & Electric company
Pacific Ge & Electric C09if-any
DAT~ober 29, 1973
AMOUNT
417.50
308.16
70.68
4.95
7.65
38.75
114.50
6 0.00
80.00
10.00
2.40
1,095.45
235.74
16.92
9.54
100.00
168.00
41.23
73.32
171.00
156.00
10.00
111.00
38.90
169.20
6.79
790.00
10.01
638.67
228.97
NUMBER
7713
7714
7715
7716
7717
7718
7719
7720
7721
7722
'7723
7724
7725
7726
7727
7728
7729
7730
7731
7732
7733
7734
7735
7736
7737
7738
7739
7740
7741
7742
7743
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~-G~BlBRAI ,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE october 29. 197
PAYEE/REMARKS AMOUNT
Marqaret Padilla 96.00
Sonq W. PaJt. M.D. 50.00
LOWe11 D. Pincock, D.D. S. 37.93
Peter J. Pitcheaa, Sheriff 5.60
Jordan M. ltho4ea. M.D. 453.53
Georg M. Ricbarda, M.D. 370.00
Robert C. Riehle. 11.D. 263.10
Santa Brbara City Shelter 64.00
Santa Bmrbra Cottage SO-pital 549.47
Santa Ynes RiYer Water couezyation Dia  16. 30
SOatbern california Bclion COllpany 5.46
Soathern california Ga company 86.03
Bdmando Sagar. M.D. 29.45
J . a L. Tobin. 11.D. 60.00
Blton v. Tognassini 65.00
Vandenberg Utiliti  COWpany 22.0l
David Wacbner 25.00
Dan WillUtTP ~ .46
Robert G. Willia. M.D. 336.00
Alexander Z.ckarbraun. M.D. 7 . 8?40
Alpha Beta Acme Mark9ta. Inc 3.98
Conco General Bngineering CODtractor 8,346.03
calberaon Realty 60.00
Richard & Mary Detty 105.00
Ed Fields 65.00
Raney Gardner 95.00
General Telephone company 410.77
Goleta ce.atery Ditric1: 795.75
Goleta county Water District 183.24
Allen Goodall 67.00
JGoux, Roneaanta & Anderl 250.00
NUMBER
7744
7745
7746
7747
7748
7749
7750
7751
7152
7753
7754
7755
7756
7757
'7758
7759
7'760
7761
7762
7763
7764
7765
7766
7767
7768
7769
7770
7771
7772
7773
7774
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
GEllBRAL DATE October 29, 197
FUND ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PAYEE/REMARKS
City of Guadalupe
J'ordanoa inc. ,
Gerald & Bthel Mack
Blveaio J. Hlnfrina
Mar Monte Hotel
Monteeito eo-ltt 
Pantry Pride
Willi- A. Jlaek, M.D.
Safway Stor-. Iwc.
City of Santa Maria Water Div.
Art Schaefer
Seolari'a Market ?nc.
SolvDllJ Municipal IllPEOYnt Diat
John & Katherine soreaaon
Southern. california Gaa Co.
Spero-tfbitelav co. Inc.
Satban 'l'api
David B. Wilaon, M.D. Inc.
J R09er .lqairr
Joaepbin Alvarado
C-bl TV Service
Jean H. Calroan
Cbapala Properti
Jerilyn B. cooper
Verdell Daniel
Bl Cilito Reataurant
Lucy Bapana

AMOUNT
9.14
299.93
105.00
 
218.04
90.00
4,400.67
NUMBER
7775
7776
7777
7778
7779
7780
7781
7782
7783
7784
7785
7786
7787
7788
7789
7790
7791
7792
7793
937.59 7794
550.00 7795
1,000.00 7796
25.00
so.oo
6.03
25.00
1,551.00
368.00
30.67
44.95
33.00

7797
7798
7799
7800
7801
7802
7803
7804
7805
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Willi Paulding
Prance L. Pick
General Telephone Co.
w. Bruce Bucklew & David IC. Gordin
Granada BuildinrJ co.
J. Mark Handley, M.D  ., Ine.
BeVerly A. Baab
Patricia Hlleratedt
Jar P. Holloway  M.D.
Charle Gordon Johnaon Jr.
Grace tcaaal
La Purii Buin center
MarC)art Leavitt
LOapoc Valley CbUlber of co-rce
Evelyn R. Lubin
Marie L. Maatroratteo
Fred w. Mccarter
Milu.ae Mina
AMOUNT
85.00
25.00
603.32
1.239.97
1.,293.00
25.00
50.00
18.00
17.85
80.00
25.00
290.00
45.00
2.,829.00
18.00
25.00
25.00
NUMBER
7806
7807
7808
7809
7810
7811
7812
78U
7814
7815
781.6
7817
781.8
7819
7820
7821
7822
2.,549.00 7823
so.oo 7824
60.00 7825
Bert A. MUacio 480.00 7826
North Santa Barbara Coanty Rehhilitati n 385.96 7827
Center
Old Spaniab DaY8 in Santa Barbara., Inc 5.,000.00 7828
Pacific G  & Electric Co. 580.68 7829
Palace Imreatllent co. Inc. 811.00 7830
Palme Motor Motel 84.75 7831
Th Phoenix of Santa Barbara 4.,053.54 7832
R.c.s. Inc 30.00 7833
Raovcea & COllectiona 852.00 7834
Del  Dorothy Roa 200.00 7835
J
B. G. Schnieder., D.D.S. Inc 14.00 7836
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Southern Cal.ifornia Bdt.on co.
Willi- B. Stickney
Gloria Whorley
Alpha School Thrift Store
Aabador Laanclry
Anapurna Inn
Wallace v. Ault. Ph.D.
J. w. Balley conatruction co.
Paul M. Bailey
Barbara Hotel
Betay Beatty
Mr. Clyde BcM1r9eoia
Mr. Catherine Carey
Joan Careyette
Terry Caa1a9rande
Rayllon4 caatillo & Joann caatillo
Wanda Conner

Blllly Day
Bagene DeBellia
Del Mar llCKel
Drake Hotel
Patricia Bclerer
John K. Peuelle
Pirat W-tern Bank & 'l'ract Co.
Pilat Weatern Bank & 'lraat co.
Frankl' Barber Shop
Garvey Rot.el
John w. Gilc:briat
GreyhoancS Linea Weat
Gillilan. Alan. w.
Danny D. Bailton



AMOUNT
55.72
8.oo
20.00
12.90
349.41.
606.67
178.32
2.609.32
6.00
521.46
84.38
22.50
18.00
20.63
7.50
26.83
54.00
30.00
11.16
25.4'
249.88
21.24
6.00
234.00
157.00
20.25
698.92
86.10
498.96
3.00
7.50
NUMBER
7837
7838
7839
7840
7841
7842
7843
7844
7845
7846
7847
7848
7849
7850
7851
7852
7853
7854
7855
7856
7857
7858
7859
7860
7861
7862
7863
7864
7865
7866
7867
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Howard Bavltea
Ode BeDl1rix
Stephen Boerd
David K. Hi99 in
Dan Bolland
Jack & Jill 11\lraery
Edward P. Johnaon
Lerry B. Jone
Mr. Burton xerih
David R. Xitley
Willi- D. J. Laich.er
Glenn Leben
Theodore M. Liaa
City of Lollpoc Tr-arer
Mr. Alice Lopes
Geer9 J. LUta Jr.
Borman H. Macleod
David Maudwille
Mra. G. MUoll
Herbert c. McBlV19e
Robert Mex-
Earl B. MclC1li9bt

Betay Mendiola
Henry Mendosa
Mid State Banlc

Mid State Bank
Alexi a. Morten-n
Director
Juanita BW
entala Btc
obn P. aiadon
AMOUNT
67.00
40.00
3.00
6.00
6.00
32.00
6.00
3.00
11.28
6.00
6.00
6.00
4.50
68.71
12.72
6.00
15.15
3.00
22.33
6.00
6.00
9.00
20.32
15.00
137.00
605.00
4.50
93.69
56.00
22.50
22.72
NUMBER
7868
7869
7870
7871
7872
7873
7874
7875
7876
7877
7878
7879
7880
7881
7882
7883
7884
7885
7886
7887
7888
7889
7890
7891
7892
7893
7894
7895
7896
7897
7898
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA -
FUND~~~G;B=l=iB=R=A=L=-~~~~~~~~~~~-- DATE etober 29, 19~3
PAYEE/REMARKS
Jani Robert.
Arvi4 L. Ronholt
Jania W. Shaw, M.D.
Sherburne, Ronan D.
Keith SU.Ona
Roy s-11ey
Donald P. Saith
Anthony M. SCU'ria
Starbuck MOrtuary
Terry Bmpln-ent Aqency
'l'r11Yeln Hotel
LcMia L. Villa
Jam B. Walla, M.D.
Willi J. Zenqer Jr.
lloab Allen
Anacapa Selene Inc
John D. Boland, M.D.
Joaepb R. Braach
L. Lisa ebapen. c.s.11
Cottage Bopital
CQy- valley c i~. Inc
Bln Daniela
Dean Pic:tur-. Ioe
John B. Fabyanieh, Director
Baney J. Ferrari
General Telephone Co.
Goleta county Water Jiatrict
Elisabeth M. Guaen
Mary Haggerty
Dorothy Balemba
J. .Merk Bandley. ll.D. Inc

AMOUNT
40.00
27.50
50.00
4.50
3.00
6.00
4.50
'6.50
195.00
171.00
453.17
6.00
50.00
4.50
4.08
312.30
50.00
3.84
62.20
1,052.66
30.00
29.00
858.00
7.16
36.00
. 1,648.25
2.oso.l6
7.68
126.00
5.25
6,262.99
NUMBER
7899
7900
7901
7902
7903
790'6
7905
7906
7907
7908
7909
7910
7911
7912
7913
7914
7915
7916
7917
7918
791.9
7920
7921
7922
7923
7924
7925
7926
7-927
7928
7929
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

PAYEE/REMARKS
Geoqe L. Brper. M.D.
Robert J. Andrade
Michael Herrmann
International Table Sapply
Jack & Jil1 BUrry
Barbara A. Johnon
carolyo  IUine. c.s.a.
Arnold P. XDlldaen, ll.D. Inc.
Anthony Lapolla, M.D.
Li9ht & Water Dept.
George P. Marques
Joe Medina
Gilbert M9ndoza
Marvin Maaaex, 11.P.B.
Wendy Matter
J p .
Pcmtroy, Jobnaton & Bailey
Suaie Porter
Pueblo Inurance, Inc
Cecilia M. Reid
Belen Rice
SaYoy Hotel
Pred Saith
Pred Saith
Peter A. Statti, M.D.
Sunburtit Caunity Store
John B. Ti~ & Co.
J,cea B. Tyler
Chari Wagner



AMOUNT
333.00
57.04
79.20
98.00
770.00
14.80
317.84
118.00
9.00
NUMBER
7930
7031
7932
7933
7934
7935
7936
7937
7938
150.00 7939
1.629.00
17.28
23.04
61.20
37.92
112.50
18.84
220.50
10.50
107.50
18.00
19.08
46.90
40.89
11.76
12.12
296.00
83.23
42,990.75
6.48
48.00
7940
7941
7942
7943
7944
7945
7946
7947
7948
7949
7950
7951
7952
7953
7954
7955
7956
7957
7958
7959
7960
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~~G_B__B_R_AL~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE October 29. 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
U.ancad Tra~l Revolving FUnd
Willi  R. Allen
Walter v. Al Ye
'!'bollaa BanJul 
California Aaaociation of Adoption
Carpinteria Propertie
Yale D. C099an
Willi- T. cotter
Clarice Bbeleb
Jobn B. Pabyanich
Anna PiabE9
Prank B. Pr~ Jr.
General Telephone co.
General Telephone co.
A. B. Gracia
Bruce G. BoWard. X.D.
Linda Hyatt
w. Blake Jaiaon. M.D.
Joaeph R. J:irch-ier
Elvin R. Morgan
~l 6 Travel Bare-
/
lfational District AttorDeya Aaa'n
Arthur w. Belaon
&wawanger & KaritOJJ. Inc
J. c. Penney
Roaa A. Pintaudi
Clifford c. Romar
AMOUNT
119.35
78.15
17.20
25.00
so.oo
310.00
237.36
189.65
NUMBER
7961
7962
7963
7964
7965
7966
7967
7968
130.00 7969
12.96
91.99
:l.7.40
19.46
585.55
25.00
230.00
26.40
80.00
25.00
19.72
3.50
311.95
110.00
64.21
2.321.00
17.55
188.82
35.19
8.68
27.98
7970
7971
7972
7973
7974
7975
7976
7977
7978
7979
7980
7981
7982
7983
7984
7985
7986
7987
7988
7989
7990
7991
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED






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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~~-G_B_l_B_R~AL~~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE october 29, 1973
PAYEE/REMARKS AMOUNT NUMBER
Southern califoruia Bdisou co. 103.50 7992
Scuthrn California G- co. ll.8.10 7993
J- str- 17.52 799,
Lerry J. 'l'ellpl.in 3.00 7995
Mary Aguilar 135.00 7996
:barter Oak Foundation 700.00 7997
California State Board of Bqueliset.lon 629.51 7998
Rina Dias 135.00 7999
Joph c. Gall- 264.00 8000
General Telephone co. 685.50 8001
General Telephoae eo. 1,013.98 8002
General Telephone co. 158.98 8003
General Telephone co  1,899.67 8004
 
Robext J. ~. M.D. 717.00 8005
Welter L. B-ly 175.00 8006
Donald w. I.obits 18.00 8007
Robert S. Lopes 70.00 8008
Lloyd Moglen, M.D. 1.425.60  8009
Pacific Ge ~ Blectric co. 1,115.2 8010
Marhal Ronald J. Rodnbz:ger 95.80 8011
PurCbeeing Agent' Revolving rand 1,215.09 8012
City of Santa Berbara 554.73 8013
Mr. Allee Steerna 165.00 8014
UCS Prof-aionel Senlcea Office 75.00 8015
J . 8 B. Well, M.D. 60.00 8016
bteea Rtauant 87.3 8017
Ruby B. Blanchard  62.31 8018
Mr. Mayw BotNJl 17.42 8019
carri s. Boy4  70.00 8020

Jw B. BraAbrn 226.50 8021
Conant of th Goocl Sbepbercl 3.822.00 8022
 
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~~~GB.BIU_I_~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE ~ober 29, 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
Children' Medical Clinic
Frank & Ann Deaarr
Frank & Agne Balan4
B. T. Felated, M.D.
General Telephone co.
Sanf or4 Harrold
Lloyd B. Bunt
Tballu B. Inuit
Jack Ileutine
Britt A. Johuon
.
Bonnie Itelch
LaV Enforcement Intelli9ence Unit
Bon Joaeph Lod9
LOllpoC Aviation
City of Lompoc
lloaald J. Mayuiere
LcMai T. Miller
Kill Mc:Bratney
Patrick McKinley
Batun Prophet
Arthur  lon. Direc:taa
Ray J. lloke
JlUgaret ordyke
Pac:if ic: Ga & Blec:tric: eo.
Mary La Prober
P\Jrc:baing Aqent' Revolving F1aDd
Claudette Raw
SdMfay Storea. Inc
PranJt J. Schloer
AMOUNT
29.00
2.50
12.00
18.00
575.36
35.00
20.00
34.80
20.00
41.00
27.00
50.00
11.52
400.00
266.66
55.00
1,005.85
17.45
112.50
28.'6
14.28
68.50
310.00
80.00
1,473.05
6.00
1,820.38
110.71
245.13
46.00

NUMBER
8023

8024
8025
8026
8027
8028
8029
8030
8031
8032
8033
8034
8035
8036
8037
8038
8039
8040
8041
8042
8'3
8044
8045
8'6
8047
8048
8049
8050
8051
8052
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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PAYEE/REMARKS
Sheila Shelton, c.s.R.
Raacelli' Boya Ranch
Univeraity Mouncl School
Rebecca Watt.a
The Yoath Authority
Williaa B. Stickney
Graciela Aria
Daniel G. Grant
George P. ltll4i09

AMOUNT
190.56
127.00
118.00
666.64
45.00
.
620.83
134.40
40.00
25.00
55.07
157,727.92
\
2 I PAID 9, 19 3
NUMBER
8053
8054
8055
8056
8057
8058
8059
8060
8061
8062
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MISCBTJ.AllBOUR DATE ~ober 29, 19 3 PAID FUND ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS -- 0015
Calif. State Boer4 of Equalisation
Carbon Medical Service A'n Inc
General Telepboae co.
General Telephone co.
General 'l'elephone co.
General Telephone co.
Goleta county Water Ditriet
M. J. &erweck, Inc
Heme Motor
City of Lollpoc:, Pinanc:e Department
Melcher COntruction
Pacific G & Blectric co.
Tranaporation WorltiDIJ Capital Pun4
Leland R. St.ward
CAPITAL OO'l'IAY 0030
Heathewood Landc:apiD!J :me.
0045
'l'AX RBBM'B 0170
Jama o. lk:Coy
Santa Brbara Janitor Stapply Inc.
United State Leaaing Corp,
BBA 1100
Alan T. Kaaebagen
'l'ranaportation Working Capital Fund
AMOUNT
6.79
22.49
7.70
19.11
9.54
65.0S
54.30
57,456-89
79.12
14.00
U,563.35
22.16
91.66
48.02
70,460.18*
849.24
849.24*
7.15
7.15*
306.66
106.46
154.54
567.66*
23.25
193.54
216.79*
NUMBER
806-3
8064
8065
8066
8067
8068
8-069
8070
8071
8072
8073
8074
8075
8076
8077
8078
8079
8080
808];
8082
8083
MONTH
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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
MISCBLLAllBOUS DATE October 29, 19 3 PAID
FUND ~~~~~~~~~~-=-~~~~~~~~ CURRENT
 PA YEE/REMARKS AMOUNT
TRAllS WIQt CAP 1900
Frank Hawthorn 27.75
Hom Motor c:hevrolet
Britt A. Johnson
Purchasing Aqent
WORIOIBH'S COMP Il1S 1911
SB CO AIR POLL CORT DIST
JFs Anderson
Alan Frederick!.
Health Depart=ent
Daniel J. Kirk
DaYid Ota
Purchasing Aqent
Edvard M. Tate
CO SBll AREA Ro. 3

1960
Board of Rtire  nt, county of S.B.
-

38.74
3.00
41.61
111.10*
8,000.00
8,000.00*
2.so
2.50
88.10
39.4-0
2.50
198.28
22.00
355.28*
3,363.78
3,363.78*

NUMBER
8084
8085
8086
8087
8088
8089
8090
8091
8092
8093
8094
8095
8096
MONTH
UNLESS
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PA YEE/REMARKS
LAGUJIA CO SAllITM'IOR DIST GD 2870
Ruel C. Bond
Bawer Indlatri Inc
California Citi Water co.
R. :J. Carroll & Sona
Paul E. Floyd, co. Aa4itor Controller
General Telpbon co.
General Telephone co.
International Buine Machine corp.
J-ieon c:onatruction co. Inc.
Pacific Gaa & Blectric co.
Santa Barbara Bindery
LAGUl1A CO SAllI DIST OOJIST 2900
M. K. Welch Surveya, Inc
3300
Lo Alro Collllllnity Service Ditrict

AMOUNT
4.18
662.65
8.oo
59.25
637.00
17.96
29.69
45.25
450.00

41.62
23.50
13.87
1,992.97*
110.00
110.00*
36.95
36.95*
NUMBER
8097
8098
8099
8100
8101
8102
8103
8104
8105
8106
8107
8108
8109
8110
PAID
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MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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PAYEE/REMARKS
OR(;()rt FIRB sDISftIC'!' 3655
Halprin Supply Oollpany
ManiCb Corporation
w & w Bardvar
0001
S.rry'a Plaa
Paul B. Floyd

 
AMOUNT
17.01
237.38
8.85
263.24*
11.30
185.55
196.85*
NUMBER
8111
8112
8113
8115
8114
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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FUND _.:;;S;.:AL=A.;R;;;;.I.==B:S=-________J_ ___ DATE OCTQBBR 29. 197
PAYEE/REMARKS 
Hon. Richard c. Kirkpatrick


AMOUNT NUMBER
77.40 J 0013
77.40

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October 29, 1973
169
Upon the ro ll being cal led , the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, and Curtis Tunnell.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
The Board of Supervisors recessed to meet as the Environmental Quality Advisory Agency.
Board of Supervisors Sitting as an Environmental Quality Advisory Agency.
October 29, 1973 , at 2: 15 o'clock, p.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J . Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. S later, and Curtis
 \
Tunnell; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk .
Absent: Supe r v isor Francis H. Beattie
Supervisor Catterlin as Vice-Chairman
.
RE: Matte rs Relating to the Environmental Qua I ity Act of 1970 and California Supreme Court
Decision on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirements
for Projects .
The report from TRS , cated October 26, 1973, pointed out that there were 14 projects
determined to have no s ignif icant e nvironmental impact and were recommended for approval and
one project was recommended for continuance.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supe rvisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendations of TRS for approval of the following draft Negative Declarations
be, and the same are hereby, confirmed:

73-ND-408, Goleta Valley General Plan Advisory
Committee (73-GP-14), Proposed Amendment to General
Plan of non-motorized bicycle ways and hi king trails
~or the Goleta Valley, an area from Ellwood to Gaviota
(GP-19), Third District.
73-ND-409, Santa Barbara County Planning Commission, in
compliance with Assembly Bill 1301 to note plan and zoning
consistency, 71-GP-31 (Area IV) ; 73- RZ-46,
Third District.
.
73-ND- 410, Department of Transportation, Construction
of storm drain system, Rancho Embarco Subdivision, Tecolote
Canyon, West Goleta Valley, Third District, Jpb No. 3106.4 .
73-ND-411 , Attorney Stanley Abbott fo r J ames W. Oxley,
(72-CP-14), proposed revisions to an existing Conditional
Use Permit (69-CP-30) relative to a recreational campground
and_.approval of additional access, in the area of .El
Capitan State Beach Park, Third District.
73-N D-412 , Stanley Hollister, Lot Split #11 ,910, proposed
s ubdivis ion of a parcel into two parcels, Los Olivos
area, Thi rd District .
 
. .
73-ND-414, Leonard S. Petersen (73-RZ-32), proposed
rezoning of property north of intersection of Avenue
of Flags and State Hig hway 246, Buellton, Fourth
District.
I
73-ND-415, Frank B. Cobb, Jr., Lot Split #11 ,874, Carpinteria
Area, First Distri ct .

73-ND- 416, Carroll R. Reish, Lot Split #11,908, Santa
Maria Area, Fourth District.  
73- ND-418 , County of Santa Barbara, Agricultural Preserve
Program and Criteria.
73-ND-419, Park Department, Construction of Rest Room
Building in Manning Park, First District.
73-ND-420, Park Department, Construction of corpo ration
yard to serve open space and park maintenance functions
in connection with the transfer s tation around Cathedral
Oaks Road, Second District.
73-ND-421, Planning Department (73-GP-31), County-wide
General Plan and Zoning Conflict Review in accordance
with Assembly Bill 1301 .



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170 October 29, 1973
RE: TRS Recommendation Concerning 73-ND-413 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject draft Negative Declaration for Ted Warde I I for zoning clearance to al low
construction of additional plant shelters totalling 6,780 sq. ft. at 4045 Foothill Road, First District
be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda.
RE: TRS Recommendation for Continuance of 73-EI R-27 to TRS Meeting of November 1, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter, in connection with Hollister Industrial Park (Walter Olsen and
Fred Rice) for development of a large warehouse and office type building in the Goleta area, Third
District be, and the same is hereby, continued to the TRS meeting of November 1, 1973 fol lowed
by the EQAA meeting of November 5, 1973.
RE: TRS Recommendation Pertaining to 73-ND-417.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject draft Negative Declaration of Joseph Omweg for a Lot Split #11, 525 for
proposed division of three parcels in the Toro Canyon Road area, First District be, and the same
is hereby, continued to November 5, 1973 and referred to the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator
as to whether or not a mini or a full EIR is required on subject proposal, due to fire, flood hazard
area and water shortage matters. 
 
The Board reconvened as the Board of Supervisors.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterl in, James M. Slater, and Curtis

Tunnel l; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Francis H. Beattie
Supervisor Catterlin as Vice-Chairman
RE: Execution of Letter Agreement between the County and Dames and Moore to Complete
Zaca Lake EIR.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and car.ried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to
execute subject proposed Letter Agreement for an amount not to exceed $6, 000. 00 to complete the
Zaca Lake EIR within seven weeks from date of approval, as recommended by the Environmental
Quality Coordinator.
RE:
TRS and
Report from Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator on Proposed Board Resolution Dissolving
EQAA and Establishing Revised Environmental Review Procedures.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 5, 1973, as
recommended by the Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator.
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning Commission
Denial of Request for Adoption of an Ordinance (73-RZ-28) (Reference 72-GP-36) Rezoning Property
in Solvang Area, Third District from the Pl to the DR-12 District Classification.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12, 1973
at 2 p.m., as requested by Royce R. Lewellen, Attorney for the appellant.
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of J. Marc McGinnes on Behalf of Allen R. Flaeschel from
Planning Commission Denial of Request for Setback Adjustment on Property Located on South Side
of Del Norte Drive, Approximately 443 Feet East of Mendocino Drive, Goleta, Third District (73-V-
44) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to
November 12, 1973 at 2 p.m., at the request of Attorney McGinnes, inasmuch as Mr. Flaeschel's
application for a lot split (lot line adjustment) is presently pending.

October 29, 1973
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Adoption of a Proposed Resolution Presenting
the Classes and Positions for Designation of Management and Confidential Emp.loyees.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation from the Administrative Officer be, and the same is hereby,
confirmed and the Board passed the following resolution relating thereto:
Resolution No. 73- 701
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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RE: Acceptance of Letter of Resignation of J. E. Lewis from the Office of County Clerk, Effective
on and after December 1, 1973 and Upon the Effective Date of his Retirement.
17
He stated that it has been a great pleasure to serve this Board and previous Boards of Supervisors
over the last 40 years. He has always considered each Board member over that period of time not only
as his superior, but as his personal friend. The cooperation that he has received in the furtherance of
public service has been an element of great personal pride.
He extended his thanks and appreciation to the electorate of Santa Barbara County for the
confidence shown in returning to elective pub I ic office for nine consecutive terms. The efficiency and
loyalty of his staff has been most helpful and gratifying.
He recommended to the Board of Supervisors that Howard C. Menzel, who has been Assistant
County Clerk and executed his duties in an efficient and outstanding manner for the past 15 years, be
appointed his successor on the effective of his retirement.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject written resignation of Mr. Lewis be, and the same is hereby, accepted with great
regret; and the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing resolution of commendation to Mr. Lewis for his
many years of outstanding public service:
Resolution No. 73-702
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Appointment of Howard C. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk, to Position of County Clerk for
the Unexpired Term of J. E. Lewis, County Clerk, Upon his Retirement from and after December 1, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Howard C. Menzel, Assistant County Clerk be, and he is hereby, appointed to the position
of Santa Barbara County Clerk for the unexpired term of J. E. Lewis, County Clerk upon his retirement
from County service from and after December 1, 1973.
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
salaried Positions (Effective October 22, 1973, Merit Increases for Various Departments and Personnel
Action for Santa Maria Hospital.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73- 704
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compsensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions (Effective October 22, 1973, Merit Increases for Public Employment Program Employees).
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
3, 1973
Resolution No. 73- 705
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Ordinance No. 2487 - Amendment to Salary Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447, Operative December
(X-Ray and PFX Technicians, Health Department and Placing Certain Positions in Step "Y") .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2487 entitled "An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara
Amending Sections Nos. 004, 008 and 060 of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 A as amended, being the Salary
Ordinances of the County of Santa Barbara".
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
I
172 October 29, 1973
RE: Approval of Job Specifications for PFX Technician II and PFX Technicial II, Mobile for Health
Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject job specifications submitted by the Personnel Director be, and the same are hereby,
approved.
RE: Ordinance No. 2488 - A Salary Ordinance Amending Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 (Reclassification
of Medical Records Librarian to Medical Records Administrator, Santa Barbara General Hospital, Operative
December 3, 1973) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2488 entitled "An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara
Amending Sections Nos. 008 and 064 or Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447, as Amended, being the Salary
Ordinances of the County of Santa Barbara".
Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to- wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, and Curtis Tunnell.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
RE: Approval of Job Specifications for Medical Records Administrator, Santa Barbara General
Hospital.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the job specifications for the position of Medical Records Administrator at the Santa Barbara
General Hospital be, and the same are hereby, approved, as submitted by the Director of Personnel.
RE: Ordinance No. 2489 - A Salary Ordinance Amending Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 (Reclassifying
Positions of Mental Health Technicians to Methadone Clinic Coordinator and Psychiatric Social Worker Ill
to Methadone Clinic Coordinator, Mental Health Department, Operative December 3, 1973).
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2489 of the County of Santa Barbara entitled "An Ordinance
of the County of Santa Barbara Amending Sections Nos. 008 and 061 of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 as
Amended, being the Salary Ordinances of the County of Santa Barbara".
Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
RE: Approval of Job Specifications for Position of Methadone Clinic Coordinator, Mental Health
Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the job specifications for the position of Methadone Clinie Coordinator at the Mental Health
Department be, and the same are hereby, approved, as submitted by the Di rector of Personnel.
RE: Report from Employee Development Coordinator on Utilization of Minorities and Women in Santa
Barbara County Work Force.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Approval and Execution of Letter Agreement with Bookman-Edmonston Engineering, Inc.
for Services to the County of Burt Babcock, Chief Engineer and Geologist, to Evaluate Possibilities of
Securing Water from Wei Is at Toro Canyon, Jalama, and Ocean Parks.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing resolution:
Resolution No. 73-706
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Request of Al West for Tentative Map
Of"Tract #11,814, Fifth District (73-ND-356) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the subject recommendation contained in the Planning Director's letter for the meeting


October 29, 1973 I 173
of October 10, 1973 in detail be, and the same is hereby, confirmed, with the added conditions of Item #15
for compliance of Board of Supervisors Resolution 73-332, in connection w ith the adoption of an amended
policy concerning proof of availabi lity of approved potable water and appr oved sewage disposal within
the service ar eas of certain water or sewer enti t ies as a condition to subdivis ion maps, development plans
and building permits, which was adopted by the Board on May14, 1973.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation Relative to Request of Montecito County Water District
for Certain Provisions (73-CP-71).
Upon mot ion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the r ecommendation of the Planning Commission to approve the r equest of t he Montecito
County Water District (73-CP-71) for t he following, under the provisions of Section 10 and the 20-R-1
District Classification of Ordinance No. 453 be, and the same are hereby, conf irmed, subject to approval
of the Board of Architectural Review and subject to the reduction of the filing fee to $25. 00 on the basis
of a private service use:
1) a permit to allow additions to the existing building;
2) a r eduction of the required $75 .00 filing fee to $25.00 or a waiver of the fee on the basis
of public service use for pr operty identi f ied as Assessor's Parcel No. 11 -200-33, located on the west side
of San Ysidro Road, approximately 750 feet northerly of East Valley Road and known as 583 San Ysidro
Road, Montecito, First District.
RE: Continued Hearings on Planning Commission and Agricultural Advisory Committee Recommendation
for Approval of Rezoning and/or Creation of Agr icultural Preserves.
This being the date and time set for the con tinued hearings on subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the r ezon ing and agricultural preserve application to Gertrude E. Reyes, et al (73-RZ-
21) (73-AP-5, 6, 7, and 8), Cuyama Valley be, and the same are hereby, removed from t he agenda.
proposal;
There being no further appearances or written statements submit ted for or against subj ect
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and ca rried unanimous ly,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2490, entitled "An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 661
of the County of Santa Barbara, as Amending, by Adding Section 789 to Article IV of said Ordinance, for
Rezonings (73-RZ-20, 72-RZ-84, 73-RZ-10, 73-RZ-19, and 73-RZ-22) 11 
Upon the roll being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James
M. Slater, and Curtis T unnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H. Beattie
RE: Continued Hearings on Proposed Resolution Creating Agricultural Preserves.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearings on subject proposals; and there
being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against same; and it appearing that
the Agricultural Preserves meet the necessary criteria as approved by the Negative Declarations approved
by EQAA:
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fo llowi ng r esolution was passed and adopted covering the fo llowing rezonings for agricultural preserves:
a) McClel Ian Property (73-AP-4), Lompoc.
b) Bixby Ranch Co. (72-AP-197), Point Conception
Area .
c) Clarence L . Johnson (73-AP-2), Santa Ynez.
d) G. Raymond Cornelius et ux (70-AP-159 and 73-AP-1),
Refugio Area.
e) Messrs. G. Nicholson & H. Long (73-AP-11), Gar ey.
f) Lei la Y. Mathers (73-AP-9) , Lompoc.
Resolution No. 73-707
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Contracts between the County of Santa Barbara and Property Owners for Approval
of Applications for Creation of Agricultural Preserves.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I , and ca rried unanimously,
the fol lowing r esolut ions were passed and adopted:
174

October 29, 1973
Resolution No. 73-708 - McClel Ian Property
Resolution No. 73-709 - Bixby Ranch Company and
Point Concepcion Company
Resolution No. 73-710 - G. Raymond Cornelius et ux
Resolution No. 73-711 - Clarence L . Johnson
Resolution No. 73-712 - Leila Y. Mathers
Resolution No. 73-713 - Messrs. G. Nicholson & H.
Long

RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending
Article IV of Ordinance No. 661 to Add Ther eto Four New Zoning Symbols, 10- E- 1, 20-E-1, 40-E-1 and
100-E-1 Together with Respective Minimum Acreages and Minimum Lot Widths (73-0A-22}.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; and there being no appearances
or written statements submitted for or against subject proposals;
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2491 entitled 11An Ordinance Amending Subsection 19 . 3, Building
Site Area Required, of Section 19, E-1, One Family Estate District, of Article V, Specific District Regulations
of Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as Amended, to Add thereto Four New Zoning Symbols,
10-E-1, 20-E- ! , 40-E-1 and 100-E-1, Together w ith their Respective Minimum Acreages and Minimum Lot
Widths (Case No. 73-0A-22} 11

Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted 11Aye11
, to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, and Curtis Tunnell .
NOES: None ABSENT: Francis H . Beattie
RE: Report and Recommendation of Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee Concerning Application
Filing Deadline.
Upon mot ion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervi sor Tunnel I, and ca rried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that the date of November 30, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, established as the final date
for filing and r eceiving applications by the Planning Department for the tax lien year beginning March
1, 1974.
RE: Additional New Appointments to Agricultur al Preserve Advisory Committee.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimous ly,
i t is ordered that r epresentatives of the Director of Parks Depar tment and Office of Environmental Quality
be, and the same are hereby, appointed to subject committee.
RE: Commendation from Friends of Santa Barbara County for Assistant County Planning Director,
Carl Kraemer .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is her eby, placed on file and that a copy of subject communication
for Mr. Kraemer on his study on the effects of "no growth" policy be transmitted to him.
RE: Recommendations Relative to Revision and Updating of General Plan by the Firm of Livingston
and Blayney from the Friends of Santa Barbara County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and t he same is hereby, placed on file, but that a copy of all letters
concerning updating of the General Plan be furnished to the Planning Commission, as well as the con sultants
for review.
RE: Board Policy on Proposed Proposition No. 1 (Tax Reform - Udell Measure}.
The motion was made by Supervisor Tunnell, which failed for lack of a second, in which he
wished to change his motion of the Board Resolution, passed on June 11 , 1973, indicating the Board's
opposition to subj ect proposal to an affirmative stand, as he had changed his mind .
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RE: Consent to Transfer Remaining Leasehold Inter est in Aircraft Hangar at Santa Ynez Airport
from the Estate of Fletcher Jones to Morgan Hetri ck; and Execution of Agreement between the County and
Morgan Hetrick for Purchase thereof.
Deputy County Counsel Dodds explained the matter of the $55, 000. 00 purchase price by the
County fol lowing the t r ansfer between the Executor of the Estate of Fletcher Jones (Bank of America NT&SA}
and Mr. Hetrick .

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The leasehold interest shall remain subject to storage of an aircraft owned by the Estate for
approximately one year from this date. Mr. Hetrick will vacate the premises no later than October 31,
1974, unless an agreement is reached for continued use. The monthly payment is a part of the purchase
agreement.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted to authorize the Consent to Transfer and execution of
subject Agreement; and the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to assign the
funds and draw the necessary payment warrants:
Resolution No. 73- 703
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions, and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-Weekly
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Sa laried Positions. (Employment Development Coordinator to act as Manpower Director under Grant Application.)
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following r esolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73- 714
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Awarding Bid on Construction of Drainage Improvements on San Milano Drive. (County Engineer's
Estimate of $12, 170. 00)
A meeting was held on October 25, 1973 on subject matter; the roll was called of those present
as representatives from the departments of County Counsel, Transportation; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
The Clerk announced that the Affidavit of Pub I ication was on file.
The fol lowing bids were received and opened:
0 'Shaugnessy Construction Co. - $11, 770. 00
Melcher Construction - $12,352.00
B lois & Cardoza, Inc. - $13,805.00
J. Cushman Construction - $16,894.00
The bid received from E. H. Haskel l Company, in the amount of $16,271 .00 was rejected.
It appearing that the bid of O'Shaughnessy Construction Company. 55 South Kellogg Avenue,
Goleta, California 93017 is the lowest and best bid received from a responsible bidder; and is satisfactory
according to the notice inviting bids, as recommended by the Director of Transportation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Super visor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously.
it is ordered that the bid of O'Shaugnessy Construction Company, in the amount of $1 1, 770. 00 be accepted,
and the contract awarded to said contractor according to the price, terms and conditions as set forth in
said bid. When the contract has been prepared, the Chairman and Clerk are authorized and directed to
execute same.
Upon motion the Board adjourned sine die .
The foregoing Minutes.are hereby approved.
ATTEST:
BY
IS, County Clerk
OWARD C. MENZE
Assistant County Clerk
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S F. CATTER IN, Vic
of the Board of Supervisors
176 November 5, 1973
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, November 5, 1973, at 9: 30 o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell. 
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Greg Penn, Minister, Unity Church, followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of October 29, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of October 29, 1973 meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation to Amend the General Plan (73-GP-12) by Adopting
a Local Open Space Plan for the Comprehensive and Long Range Preservation and Conservation of Open
Space Land.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 26, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on a proposed amendment to the General Plan (73-GP-12) for a Local
Open Space Plan for the Comprehensive and Long Range Preservation and Conservation of Open Space
Land; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-114; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa
Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)

RE: Planning Commission Recommendation to Amend the General Plan (73-GP-14) for Non-Motorized
Bicycle Ways and Hiking Trails in Various Areas, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 26, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on a proposed amendment (73-GP-14) to the General Plan of Non-Motorized
Bicycle, Way~ and Hiking Trails for the Goleta Valley area and the area from Ellwood to Gaviota (GP-19)
' I  to designate non-motorize bicycle ways on Camino Pescadero, Pardall Road, and Picasso Road, Isla Vista,
Third District per request of Goleta Valley General Plan Advisory Committee; per Planning Commission
Resolution No. 73-115; and the notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper
of general circulation, as fol lows, to-wit:
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(NOTICE)

RE: Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Request from Don E. Rowland for an
Ordinance (73-RZ-36) Amending Ordinances Nos. 661 and 1274; and Conditional Use Permit (73-CP-62)
to Allow a Sales Lot for Mobile Homes and Display and Sales of Mobile Homes, Buellton Area, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, November 26, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a pub I ic hearing on Planning Commission recommendation for initiation of an ordinance
(73-RZ-36) amending Article IV of Ordinance No. 661 and specifically amending Ordinance No. 1274 to
allow display and sales of mobile homes; and issuance of a Conditional Use Permit (73-CP-62) under provisions
of Article XI, Section 7. 3 to al low a sales lot for mobile homes per request of Don E. Rowland for property
identified as portion of Assessor's Parcel No. 137-200-53, zoned 5-AL-PC, located on the south side of
State Highway 246, approximately 1,200 feet east of U.S. Highway 101, known as Town and Country Shopping
Center, Buellton Area, Third District; per Planning Commission Resolution No. 73-113; and that notice
be given in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)  
RE: Resolution Rescinding Resolution No. 24021, Establishing a Stop Intersection, Fifth District.
(Drake Drive)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-715
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Rescinding Portion of Resolution No. 66-4, Establishing a Stop Intersection, Fifth
District. (Raymond Avenue)
'bi.pon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:

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Resolution No. 73-716
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
 



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RE: Resolution Establishing "No Parking Zones" on Portions of Dickson Drive, a County Road,
Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No . 73-717
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Resolution Establishing a Through Street, Fifth District. (Dickson Drive)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-718
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing a Through Street, Second District. (Veronica Springs Road)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-719
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on Portion of Stoddard Lane, a County Road,
First District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-720
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on Portion of Patterson Avenue, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-721
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resoltion Rescinding Resolution No. 70-708, Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on Portion
of Patterson Avenue, Third District .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-722
(ORIGINAL: IN PERMANENT Fl LES)
RE: Resolution Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on Portion of Pine Avenue, a County Highway,
Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
 Resolution No. 73-723
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Establishing Through Streets, Third District. (Pine Street and Calzada Avenue)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-724
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Rescinding Portion of Resolution No. 24498, Establishing Stop Intersections, Third
District. (Cuesta Street)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-725
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

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RE: Ordinance No. 2492 - A-n Ordinance Amending the Code of Santa Barbara County, California,
Regarding a Speed Limit on a Certain County Road. (Veronica Springs Road)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2492, entitled 11An Ordinance Amending the Code of Santa
Barbara County, California, Regarding a Speed Limit on a Certain County Road. 11
Upon the roll being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnell .

NOES: None ABSENT: None
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Orders Nos. 1 and 2 to Contract with C. & J. Lambert,
Inc. for Project No. 1051.2, fora Total lncreaseof$2,300.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby , authorized and d~rected to execute Change Orders
Nos. 1 and 2 to contract with C. & J . Lambert, Inc. for work done on Lillingston Canyon Road, Project
No. 1051 . 2, for a total increaseof$2,300.00.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No . 6 to Contract with M. J. Hermreck for
Lompoc-Casma lia Road and Purisima Road, Job Nos . 4041.1 and 4043.2, for Increase of $2,200.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby , authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No . 1 to contract with M. J. Hermreck for Lompoc- Casmal ia Road and Purisima Road, Job Nos. 4041. 1
and 4043.2, for increase of $2,200. 00.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Balancing Change Order to Contract with Conco General
Engineering for A:4ai-1 Road, Job No. 4055.2, for a Decrease of $2, 115.85 .
5ATo S
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Balancing Change
Order to Contract with Conco General Engineering Contractors' for Mai l Road, Job No. 4055.2 for decrease
of $2, 115.85.

RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 3 to Contract with A. J. Diani Construction
Company, Inc. for San Antonio Road Equipment Undercrossing, Job No. 4076.2, for Increase of $300.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute Change Order
No . 3 to contract with A . J. Diani Construction Company, Inc., for San Antonio Equipment Undercrossing,
Job No. 4076. 2, for increase of $300. 00 .
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RE: Filing Notice of Completion for Construction of Addition to County Office Building, Lompoc.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to file subject
Notice of Completion, work done by B. D. Collins Construction Company.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Notice of Completion in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Office.
RE: Filing of Notice of Completion for Alterations to the County Engineering Building, Santa Barbara.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Public Works be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to file subject
Notice of Completion, work done by J. W. Bailey Construction Company.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to record
said Notice of Completion in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Office.
RE: Resolution Authorizing the Director of the Department of Resources and Coll ections to Institute
Necessary Proceedings to Recover Monies Owed the County for Care and Maintenance of Minor Chi ldren
in County Institutions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervis0r Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:



Resolution No. 73-726
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RE: Resolution Authorizing the County Counsel and Director of Resources & Collections to File
Suits to Recover Monies Owed the County for the Care & Maintenance of Minors in County Institutions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-727
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of the Assistant County Surveyor for Approval of Request of Penfield and
Smith on Behalf of Larkin Manor No. 3 for a One Year Extension of the Monument Bond, in the Cash Amount
of $750.00, Tract #11,321, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, approved, inasmuch as the improvement
wi 11 not be completed within the time period al lowed.
RE: Recommendation of the Assistant County Surveyor for Approval of Request of Penfield and
Smith on Behalf of Exchange Building Corporation for a One Year Extension of the Monument Bond in the
Cash Amount of $1,200.00, Tract #11,467, Third District. 
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, approved, inasmuch as the improvement
will not be completed within the time period allowed.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect for Release of $70,000.00 Landscaping Bond,
for lnsignis, Inc., Condominiums, Case No. 71-RZ-8.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following landscaping bond for lnsignis, Inc., Condominiums, Case No. 71-RZ-8
be, and the same is hereby, released as to all future acts and conditions, as recommended by the County
Landscape Architect:
American Motorists Insurance Company, as Surety -
lnsignis, Inc and Cathedral Oaks Village Associates,
as Principal, for Bond No. 3SM 162 795, in the amount
of $70, 000. oo.
RE: Recommendation of County Landscape Architect to Deposit $450.00 Bond for Irrigation System
and Landscape Plantings, Blue Ox Restaurant, Goleta.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond, in the amount
of $450. 00 for landscaping and irrigation system for the Blue Ox Restaurant, 5599 Hollister Ave., Assessor's
Parcel No. 71-140-57 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of the Director of Special Services on Behalf of the Insurance Carrier for
Denial of Claims Against the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the Director of Special Services on behalf of the Insurance Carrier
for denial of the fol lowing claims be, and the same are hereby, confirmed as there is no legal I iabi I ity
on the part of the County:
a) Eleanor Lee Goodman - 10/9/73, $200.000.00
b) Sasha Boris Parushev - 9/11/73, $16.00
RE: Acceptance of Cash Donations for Juvenile Hall Discretionary Fund.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of the Chief Probation Officer to accept cash donations, as fol lows be, and
the same is hereby approved, for deposit to the Resources & Collections Trust Fund for the Juvenile Hall
Discretionary Fund:
Robert M. Waldron - $5.00
Santa Barbara l:Jptown Lions - $25. 00
North Santa Barbara Kiwanis Club - $25.00
RE: Report from Director of Personnel on Utilization of Minorities and Women in the Santa Barbara
County Workforce.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, place on file. .

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RE: Claim Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject claim filed against the County for alleged damages by Lena Testino be, and the
same is hereby, referred to County Counsel, Director of Special Services and Insurance Carrier.
RE: Communication from the Los Padres Obedience Club Containing Recommendations re Animal
Control.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Animal Control Division
of the Health Department.
RE: Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Riders to Oil Drilling Bonds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following riders to oil drilling bonds be, and the same are hereby, approved:
RE:
Gilliland Oil & Land - Fidelity & Deposit of
Maryland, for Bond No. 8634870 covering well
"Gilliland Fee 121-911
, County Permit No. 3863
Union Oil Co. - United Pacific Insurance Co.,
for Bond No. 311067 for well "Coast Guard #2 11
,
County Permit No. 3857.
Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Oil Dri I ling Bond.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the fol lowing oi I dri 11 ing bond be, and the same is hereby, approved:
Montara Petroleum Co. - United Pacific Insurance
Company, for Bond No. U75-29-37 covering well
"Pyramid-Harris 34X", County Permit No. 3864.
RE: Appeal of Stanley D. Thomas from Planning Commission Denial of Request from Cathedral
Oaks T ennis and Swim Club (73-CP-40) (73-EIR-23) for a Conditional Use Permit to Allow Membership
Type T ennis and Swim Club with Various Facilities, Goleta Valley, Third District . .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in and carried unanimously,
i t is ordered that December 3, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the date and
time for a public hearing on the appeal of Stanley O. Thomas from Planning Commission denial of request
of Cathedral Oaks Tennis and Swim Club (73-CP-40) (73-EI R-23) for a Conditional Use Permit under provisions
of Article XI, Section 4 and the 15-R-1 District Classifications of Ordinance No. 661 to allow membership
type tennis and swim club house with gymnasium, pro-shop, social activity area, with a kitchen, youth
activity building, two main swimming pools, and custodian and owner residences for property identified
as Assessor's Parcel No. 69-090-50, located on the north side of Cathedral Oaks Road, opposite Arundel
Road and approximately 1600 feet easterly of Fairview Avenue, Goleta Valley, Third District; and that
the Planning Commission be required to furnish the report on subject matter; and that notice be given
in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Reports and Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following reports and communications be, and the same are hereby, placed on file:
a) State Controller report of S. B. County's share toward cost of basic health care and administrati n,
1973-74.
b) El Dorado County Board of Supervisors Resolution opposing regionalization of local, state,
and federal governments as set by formation of multi-county regions under California Council on lntergivernmen
ta I re lat ions.
RE: Communications from Planning Commission for Information Only.
The following .communications were r eceived by the Board from the Planning Commission,
for information only, and ordered placed on file:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Bryan V. Gilbert (73-CP-36) to al low temporary
use of trailer as single family dwelling during construction of permanent residence at 2764 Painted Cave
Road, Second District.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of U-Haul Co. (73-CP-51) to allow storage
and rental of four U-Haul trucks and trailers on northeast corner of Hollister Avenue at Aero Camino,
Goleta, Thi rd District.
c) Set hearing for November 21, 1973 on consideration of an ordinance (73-0A-29) to permit,
under Conditional Use Permit, the commercial raising of worms.
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RE: Proposed Resolution from the Department of Transportation Revising and Updating Existing
Road Standards, Resolution No. 66-251.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to December 3, 1973 and referred
to the Montecito Protective and Improvement Association.
RE: Execution of Extension and Renewal of Lease Agreement with Sono-Marin Builders, Inc. Roberts
& Aguirre Affi Ii ates for Petroleum Department Office Space at 1862 South Broadway, Santa Maria for One
Year Term Commencing October 1, 1973 at the Rate of $259. 50 per Month.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973.
RE: Notice of Intention to Lease Santa Barbara General Hospital Property to The Regents of the
University of Cal iforAia for Office Space, Second District, Located at 300 San Antonio Road, Suite 19, Santa
Barbara, California. (Folio No. 779)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that November 26, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p. m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the date and
time for a public hearing on subject matter for a breast diagnostic c linic, Second District, covering the
period from June 15, 1973 and ending May 14, 1974 at a rental of $1, 000. 00 per month for a total of $1 1, 000. 00.
It is further ordered that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to publish
said Notice at least one week prior to the Board meeting, in the Santa Barbara News-Press, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Ordinance No. 2493 - An Amendment to Salary Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 Allowing for
Payment in Lieu of Compensatory Time Off for Holidays Worked by Refuse Division Personnel.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2493, entitled "An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara
Amending Sections Nos. 074 and 062 of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447 being the Salary Ordinances of
the County of Santa Barbara, as Amended".
Upon the rol I being cal led, the fol lowing Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
FrankJ. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None  ABSENT: None
RE: Ordinance No. 2494 - An Amendment to Salary Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2445 (Adding the Class
of Fire Inspector to the List of Classes Eligible for the Education Incentive Program in the Fire Department).
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2494 entitled "An Ordinance of the County of Santa Barbara,
Amending Section No. 48 of Ordinances Nos. 2445 and 2447, being the Salary Ordinances of the County,
as Amended. 11
Upon the roll being cal led, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F . Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnell .
NOES: None ABSENT: None 
RE: Execution of Contract for Professional Services, Frank W. Allen, Psychologist, Mental Health
Services.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-728
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Agreement with the State Division of Forestry to Provide for County Fire Protection
Services to State Responsibility Areas.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-729
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

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RE: Execution of Notice of Intent to Apply for Funds for Implementation of Criminal Justice Forms
Analysis and Design Grant Project by Santa Barbara - Goleta Municipal Court for Submission to U. S.
Department of Justice (LEAA).
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted for approval of County participation in said project and
authorization for the Chairman to execution same and transmit to the U. S. Department of Justice:
Resolution No. 73-730
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Approval of Al location of $10, 000 . 00 to County Planning Department to Provide for Al location
of Personnel to Fulfill the Needs of an Employment of Technical Assistant to Support Requirements of Countywide
Comprehensive Transportation Study.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, approved, as recommended by the Area Planning
Counci I (Case No. 73-APC-82) with the amount of $10, 000. 00 to be reimbursed to the County from the Transportation
Planning Fund.
RE:
Phase 11
I
Approval of Reduction of Reserve Copies of Public Services Allocation Study (PSAS) Report,
(Arthur D. Little Report) (Case No. 73-APC-86) from 200 to 100 Copies.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reduction of reserve copies of subject report from 200 copies to 100 copies, as approved
by the Area Planning Council be, and the same is hereby, confirmed; and the Executive Secretary of said
Counci I to make distribution at his own discretion as needs are presented.
RE: Granting Approval of Proposed Stipulation and Judgement and Authorizing Chairman to Execute
Stipulation in the Case of Roberts et al v. City of Carpinteria et al .
The County Counsel submitted proposed resolution along with a letter of explanation and referred
to the resolution approved by the Board on April 30, 1973 on Superior Court Case No. 79327 approving
a partial settlement in which some beachfront owners in Carpinteria seek quiet title to a portion of property
lying on a strip of beach designated as Ocean Avenue.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing revised resolution:
Resolution No. 73-731
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Allowance of Positions, Disallowance of Positions and Fixing of Compensation for Bi-weekly
Salaried Positions, Effective November 5, 1973 (Office of the District Attorney, Health Officer, AuditorController
and Welfare) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fo llowing resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-732
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Recommendations of County Park Commission re 1974 Bond Act.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be temporarily removed from the agenda at the request of the Director
of Parks.
RE: Awarding Bid for Painting Portions of the Exterior of Santa Barbara County Court House (County
Engineer's Estimate $30, 000. 00).
A meeting was held on November 19, 1973 for subject matter. The roll was called of those
present as representatives of the departments of County Counsel, Pub I ic Works and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
The Clerk announced that the Affidavit of Publication was on file.
The following bids were received and opened:
Sidney Smith, Inc. - $28,845.00
Mantikas Painting Contractors - $31,900.00
Edward A. Woppschall, Inc - $34, GOO . 00
Illig Painting Co. - $34,428.00
John Schaaf Painting Co. - $21.800.00
John Connolly- $32,411.00
Don C. Becker & Sons - $37, 885. 00
It appearing that the bid of John Schaaf Painting, 3719 Manderina Court, Santa Barbara, California
is the lowest and best bid received from a responsible bidder; and is satisfactory according to the notice
inviting bids, as recommended by the Assistant Public Works Director.

November 5, 1973 I
1.83
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the bid of John Schaaf Painting, in the amount of $21, 800. 00 be accepted and the contract
awarded to said contractor, according to the price, terms and conditions as set forth in said bid from Account
1910/7200. When the contract has been prepared, the Chairman and Clerk are authorized and directed
to execute same.
RE: Resolution Offering to Enter into Coorperative Purchase Agreements with Other Governmental
Agencies due to Expiration of Board Resolution 68-496.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the Board passed and adopted the fol lowing resolution:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-733
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Acceptance of Parcel of Land Dedicated for Road Purposes in Tract #10, 156, Parcel "B".
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:

Resolution No. 73-734
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Commendation to Louie Fletcher, Manning County Park Ranger, Retired.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-735
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Temporary Assignment of License Agreement Rights from MacDuff Everton to
Don Freeman, under Executed License Agreement, Dated September 24, 1973, for Use of Old County Road
Yard, Summerland.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-736
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Grand Jury Resolution No. 2 Submitted by Presiding Superior Court Judge Dodson Urging
the Purchase of Acreage at Lake Los Carneros.
On April 10, 1972, the Board requested a study on a proposed purchase of 90 acres of the
former Stow Ranch, including Lake Carneros for public purposes.
The Grand Jury urged the Board to attempt to acquire for a reasonable negotiated sum, 90
acres of the 151 plus acres of property owned by Boise-Cascade adjoining the Stow Grove County Park
for recreational purposes.
90-100 acres can be acquired by gift of funds of half by Boise-Cascade and the other half
by State funds, leaving 50 plus acres that would not be used as park purposes, unless acquired by the
County. There was a question of financing the other 50 plus acres, since the appraisal is about $500,000.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to Supervisor Slater for further
study.

RE: Execution of Revenue Sharing Contract with the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP), Santa Barbara Branch for Development of a "Center for Functional Living".
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-737
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendations of Board of Architectural Review Relative to Certain Changes in the External
Appearance of the County Court House.
Supervisor Gatterl in indicated that the County Court House has been an historical and significant
structure in the County and he has great concern about remodel I ing it. They want to try to maintain the
integrity of the building. However, the Public Works Director indicated the necessity for certain remodelling
of the building .
 
184 November 5, 1973
The recommendations of the Board of Architectural Review suggested design r emedies for
three problems, as fol lows:
1) Louvered vent, Hall of Records Building;
2) Louvered glass window, Jai I wing;
3) Roof air conditioning equipment. 

Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby , referred to the Public Works Director for
further study .

RE: Notification from Assemblyman MacGillivray1 Concerning Scheduled Hearing by Assembly
Judiciary Committee on January 8, 1974, on Proposed Passage of AB 2627, Requiring the Salaries of Certain
Superior { xecutive Officers to be Approved by the Board of Supervisors .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Assemblyman MacGi llivray be notified that the County wi 11 be represented and an individual
wi ll be named to attend said hearing.
RE:
Ray J.
Notice from Executive Director, International Conference of Building Officials of Election of
Nokes, County Building Official as Second Vice-President of Said Organization .
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that congratulations by this Board be offered to Mr. Nokes on his election.
It is further ordered that he be authorized to attend three meetings per year for three years,
requiring trips out of the State of California, with no cost to the County .
.
RE: Proclamation of the Week of November 25 - December 1, 1973 as Key Club Week for the United
States, Canada and the Bahamas .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted, as r equested by the Key Club International:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-738
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Support by Joint Agencies for Youth, for Continuation of Program S .A. V . E.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I , seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be placed on file and that the Clerk respond by advising them
that the Board of Supervisors has authorized this program to go forward and it is their intention to fund
it adequately at the appropriate time .
  
RE: Letters Regarding Oil in Santa Barbara Channel .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Super~isor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the letters received from Charles W. Perkins and Steven R. Brann be, and the same
are hereby, placed on file.
RE:
of U.

Notification from F. G. Macias of Closure of Central Coast Planning Field Branch, Santa Barbara
S. Bureau of Reclamation as of October 12, 1973 .
Mr. Macias indicated he would be leaving for a new position in the Regional Office in Sacramento
and wished to extend his si ncere appreciation to the Board and all members of his Staff who, over the
years, have been most cooperative in providing various information and assistance which were needed
by his office in the conduct of a series of water resources engineering investigations in the centra l California
coastal area.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject letter be, and the same is hereby, placed on file and that the Clerk be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed to prepare a letter of appreciation to Mr. Macias on behalf of the Board
for his coordination with the County over a period of years.
RE Ratification of Out-of-State Travel for Social Services Worker Ill, Welfare Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that out-of-State travel for Vivian Engle, Social Services Worker Ill , Welfare Department
to New Orleans, Louisiana, in connection with court ordered child placement between November 4 and
November 6, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, ratified; the total cost including air transportation for the
chi Id and social worker is $232. 00 but the net cost to the County after Federal reimbursement wi 11 be approximately
$131.00.

November 5, 1973 185
~E: Execution of License to John Green of Santa Maria to Erect and Maintain a Marqee on the North
Side of Clark Avenue, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Stater, and carried unanimously,
it is authorized that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
subject license.
RE: Approval of Sheriff for Out-of-State Travel for One Person to Des Moines, Iowa on November
6 and 7, 1973 to Investigate Operations of Rehabilitation Projects Similar to the S .A.V.E. Project for Criminal
Rehabilitation Plan in the County at the Approvimate Cost of $275.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, approved, as submitted by the Administrative
Officer.
RE: Notification by Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to all Department Heads Concerning Proposed
Continuances of Board Items.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to notify, by memorandum, that in the event they know of a request for a continuance, to notify the Chairman
and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of this fact, so the Chairman can announce same at the beginning
of the morning and afternoon sessions of the agenda.
RE: Notice of Petition from Social Services Union 535 for Representative Unit by an Employee Represent tive.
Deputy County Counsel Dodds transmitted to the Board a copy of a letter directed to Attorney
Haws, representing SBCEA, dated November 2, 1973, concerning objections to County procedure under
the present policy.
Since the amended petition has been received within the required 7 day period, the County
has notified the Local 535 that it is acceptable, thereby removing any further objection to the representation
unit. Unless the Director of Personnel receives a chat lenge, he shat I establish this unit and make
the appropriate notifications on November 17, 1973.
Richard P. Rowe, representing the SBCEA, wondered about the commencement for the filing
of a challenge. The Director of Personnel explained previous action and the resultant filing of an amended
petition last Thursday.
This matter is not under the jurisdiction of this Board; however the Chairman announced
that subject matter would be continued to today's afternoon session.
RE: Vacation and Setting Aside the March 26, 1973 Order of the Board, Issuing Conditional Use
Permit No. 72-CP-97 to Alton R. Graves for Dog Boarding Kennel, Santa Maria, Pursuant to Peremptory
Writ of Mandate (Superior Court Case No. SM 12648, Betteravia Improvement Association, et al vs. County
of Santa Barbara et al).
On March 27, 1973, upon proper notice given, this Board held a hearing on the appeal of
Attorney Dennis W. Kroeker from the Planning Commission decision to grant the request of Mr. Alton R.
Graves for Conditional Use Permit No. 72-CP-97 to permit construction and operation of a dog boarding
kennel on Assessor's Parcel No. 111- 030-05, 1800 Betteravia Road, Santa Maria area. Thereupon, the
Board denied this appeal after having made a finding and determination that subject proposal for a kennel
is equivalent to a small animal hospital under the ordinance provision; and that the Conditional Use Permit
should be granted on that basis.
The report and request on subject matter from Deputy County Counsel Trescher, dated October
30, 1973 re proof to the Superior Court in Santa Maria of full compliance with subject Writ, was filed.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Cattert in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that this Board of Superivsors hereby, vacates and sets aside the March 2~~ 1973 order of
the Board denying the appeal and issuing Conditional Use Permit No. 72-CP-97 to Mr. Alton R. Graves,
as hereinabove-indicated; and the Clerk so notify the Superior Court of Santa Maria of full compliance
with the said Writ by filing a certified copy of this Minute Order.
The Board recessed until 2 o'clock, p.m.
At 2 o'clock, p.m. the Board of Supervisors reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
186
I
November 5, 1973
RE  Allowance of Claims .
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the following claims
be, and the same are hereby, al lowed, each claim for the amount and payment out of the fund designated
on the face of each claim, respectively, to-wit:
(Claims List)


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AC - t 57
7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNO __G_ B_llD_-. T_ __ ______. ;- ____ DATE ov-br 5, 197
I
PAYEE/REMARKS
John D. Barker, M.D.
than Barrett, K.D.
Robert L. Brigdeo, Ph. D.
L. B. 11Ur9e M.D.
John L. C.rltoD. M.D.
Dr. Roderick P. Clinton, D.c.
Viktoria COlla~. M.D.
COAtinental lfelepboaa co. ~ callf.
lt9TiD J. Pay. 11.D.
B. 'l'. Peldated, 11.D.
B. T. Peldated, M.D.
Piaance De~
George Pillbe:r  M. D.
Genera1 Telepbons co.
General Telephone eo.
General Telephone eo.
John w. Gilebriat.
David GOrdin, K.D.
Robe.rt: T. Grattan. M.D.
Robert __,, M.D 
A. L. B.-1, LD.
H. il J(arp, M.D.
B. J. icaafaen, M.D.
Arnold P. JCnado, K.D. Inc.
Davicl Latta, 11.D.
Blle L. Kaathoff, 11.D.
Boraee J. Kdtillan
Montecito coanty Water Di.lltrict
Stalll.ey 08tern. M.D. Inc:.
AMOUNT
31.00
a.oo
25.00
a.oo
e.oo
a.oo
a.oo
133.06
e.oo
33.84
95.88
'6,690.51
1,349.33
6,292.73

1,099.72
341.57
124.93
169.20
118.'4
16.00
35.00
138.18
47.00
27.50
a.oo
78.96
a.oo
e.oo
62.13
81.32
NUMBER
08125
08126
08127
9128
08129
08130
08131
08132
08133
08134
08135
08136
08137
08138
08139
08140
08141
08142
08143
081'4
08145
08146
08147
08148
08149
08150
08151
08152
08153
08154
e.oo 08155
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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r
I  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

FUN D ~~~G_B_M_B_R__L~~~~~~~~~~~~ DATEll091Rblr S, 1973
PAYEE/REMARKS
J. Crl eenaa. 11.D
Prof ionl x-aay
Ge01'99 K. llidaarda
John  Jlicharda. 11.J 
Jwa a. St. Jolan. ILD.
Cit.y of Santa Barbara
Deani D. neparc1. K.D. xnc.
Jack c. Sleath, M.D.
Dr. Donald SDicler
Soatlaarn calif.-nia BdiDG eo.
Soathern cali~oraia Gaa co.
SoGthrn call~oxaia Gu Co.
Horace B. 'l'sylor. Jl.D.
Valleiy .Ucal oroup
B & B Coffee Shop
Barranco. Van Valin. Petlllren GrGQP
Gerard arswr. M.D.
Marian ~11. M.D.
'lbomaa  carrabl.D
'fbo91le L Ci"la K.D.
Walter Crane
Francia J. POrater. 11.D.
Gibb & Bnrt. Dveloi-at:a
Dr. Javid &. Gi-. M.D. Pllyc'biat.riat
John . Gilchrit.
Goleta Sanitary Diet.

AMOUNT
8.00
lll.80
39.48
27.50
a  oo
1.794.'6
16.00
8.00
a.oo
7,285.95
3,000.76
234.29
58.09
631.68
80.30
85.69
196.00
20.00
210.00
162.00
30.00
20.00
90.00
25.00
320.00
10.00
20.00
700.00
60.00
25.00
36.54
NUMBER
08156
08157
08158
08159
09160
08161
08162
08163
0816'
08165
08166
08167
08168
081.69
08170
08171
08172
08173
081.74
08175
08176
08177
08178
08179
08180
08181
08182
08183
08184
08185
08186
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


AC - t 17
7/73
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
P. J. Dnofalcy. K.D.
Shei-iff. Kmft CcNnty
Little Aadreye
LOlllpOC BO"pital
Danny Martin
Batare Pr(lfht.
J. c. Penney
Pion1ar Take out.
Guy Smrbor0D91a
Balina Merbt
county T1:ee1er San I.Gi Obiepo
Tbri.fttrt. Im:.
Valley 111c1leal Graap
vanc:tenb1q BOtl
Robert &. Warren
Dr. L. B. Willi-
Archer Spencer Bngln1ui1119 Aaociat.a
Williaa C. Bernett. C.S.R.
Jill Clara
c it.y Ambalanee
eon. Ployd C. Dodaon
Bl Cilito Re8taarant
Vizginia a. Baeober
J- D. Gatea
General Telephone co.
Goleta COGnty water Dlatrict

AMOUNT
a.oo
2.10
115.78
64.00
.&.so
18.02
40.33
5.95
s.oo
33.40
16.32
144.08
27.22
s.oo
60.42
75.00
a.oo
1.,51.9.65
907.92
128.30
2.307.00
so.oo
2.000.00
18.00
24.25
26.28
27.84
3,596.80
71.40
as.oo
135.00
NUMBER
08187
08188
08189
08190
08191
08192
08193
0819'
08195
G8196
0819'7
08198
08199
08200
0801.
08202
08203
08204
08205
08206
08207
08208
08209
0821-0
08211
08212
0821.3
08214
08215
08216
08217
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


A C  t&7
7/'13
 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
I
FuN6:~~-Q__i_l_,__ ._ ,_~~~~~~~~~~~~~DATE llovllllr s. 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
Rev. Ricbarcl B. Barria
Gl.oria Bal" Y
John L BM
A. A. &e.arne. Jr.
Donald W. ~PP
BU'Da B. Lllllbart
Ricbard B. Lalltezt. .D.
Brian Lilin11teia
P. G. B. Bleetrie CO.
Jtuecelli' Boye ncb
Saf'eway St.area. Inc.
Ruben Saia
Santa Barbara -ne Society: .
pht.ali B. Solla. R. P. T.
Soathro callfmnia EdillOD co.
Sy A. Villa
  R6hert Wada
AlleD~ft
&dYanc Trnl a.ol'ri.ng- Pun&I
MYanc:e ftaval Jtnoling Paad
Drrald J. AlDtr
Jack A1exa.ter
Paal L.  -r.onne T. Aabton
Borman a. aa~
Joe P. Bit.a
'VOID
I

inc
AMOUNT
52.80
120.8'
547.69
30.70
390.00
10.30
184.08
25.00
23.52
9.36
1.97
516.00
424.00
71.64
49.00
178.50
37.76
35.76
JA.00
J0.00
352.78
20.70
4.50
4.50
7.82
417.SO
7.50
36. SJ.
so.oo
NUMBER
08218
0821.9
08220
08221.
08222
08223
08224
08225
08226
08227
08228
08229
082-30
08231
08232
08233
08234
08235
08236
08237
08238
08239
08240
082'2
08242
08244
08245
08246
08247
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

AC  i S7
7/73

 '
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
i
PA YEE/REMARKS
earl J. Dartcb
Bl'fttDCl tac.
Michel Pitch
Paul Ployd
General Teleplloaa co.
oen1ral ftlepbone co.
A. B. Gr11eia
Daldel G. Grant
Gr.yctoo a. Ball., Jr.
J. Marlt BaDcl187. M.D. %DC
Jamie D. Barr18on
Asel Jobaoa. Ph.D.
Bric Jobnon
a. D. Jcimeon
Geor9e P. Jtaling
V.11-7 D&G!J Aba COGrdinati119
lll1- 'J. LUlte., Jr.
trick J. llc:Xiftley
loi Bue Service
ora B. JloDroe


AMOUNT
4.50
16.50
2.,930.00
4.50
20.08
.so
1.,145.63
1.,959.61
25.00
25.00
13.46
525.00
7.50
.so
93.60
51.12
262.69
31.50
25.00
100.00
i.110.00
5.28
187.00
200.00
7.30
52.96
110.00
3.00
16.00
22.15
112.70
NUMBER
08249
08250
08251
08252
08253
082st
08255
08256
08257
-08258
08259
08260
08261
08262
08263
08264
08265
08266
08267
08268
0826"9
08270
08271
08272
08273
08274
08275
08276
08277
08278

08279
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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 I
f
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
 PAYEE/REMARKS
Rodney B. llorg'rcl
Harold J. oati.
Harold Otrand1r
.Felipe a. Pach.e. co
Pacific Ga 4 llec:txic Co.
Pacific GU 4 Zlectrlc CO.
Pacific Tel.91'imae eo.
Donald S. Pattereoo. .D.
Doaald Perry
Roa A. Piatawll
Willi B. Pealia
Pirofaatonal a.balDC Sezvice
P1arcJalD9' Agent' lleft1iag hD4
Barl D. Roberaon
llobertaon ftanl
Jack ltoota
City of Santa Maria  ter Diiaion
Seara Tranl Sezwiee
tbun C.lUo.cnia UiOD Co.
thtrn C.liforala GU CO.
Stab Bt1r  a ~ Ideatification
Stat Dep-9rtBtDt of Public Balth
unburt COllllanity Store
aaM A. Tahalaian. Pb. D.
obn B. Timlone la co.
 wportation Working capital hnd
.s. Bi1reau of Sport Pialatri  & Wll4li~
.s. CiYil Sn+ice ec-i.aaion
iki.Dg Trnl Sri:vice
AMOUNT
4.50
llS.90
'7.50
9.00
50.06
177.15
77.75
160.00
8.20
368.10
1.75
51.35
2.200.00
1.197.01
4.50
1,124.73
6.00
124.20
61.64
9.00
310.32
50.69
117.60
2.00
88.99
116.4'
949.74
325  .U
3.264.27
as.oo
1'4.78

NUMBER
08280
08281
08282
08283
08285
08286
08287
08288
08289
08290
08291
08292
08293
G8294
08295
08296
08297
08298
08300
0830.1
08302
08303
083CM
08105
08306
08307
08308
08309
08310
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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FUNO ~~~G_B__1___1~~~~~~~~~~~~ DATE lfcWellber 5, 19 3 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS -- PAYEE/REMARKS
Von Groeexy eo 
David a. Waeb0 er
J- B. Welle. 11.D.
Julian lfbit.e
Willi- a. Allen
T. a. Atcbley
J. w. Bailey couuuctiOD co 
.
Jolua M. Barcy, 11.D.
I
llOrma a. ca1 . 11
aay co.dray
Prank J. Proet
Barbera ttopit JolmOD
Paul  Kinn11n 
Mary Jo KirklaDI
Patricia Klinger
Victor Jtogler
Donald . Lobita
Lerzy La'ngnino
City of LollpOc
&1 lhaeblberger
Paul B. Pric:e
Santa Berbera City COllelJ
J- ll. Slater
Miehel A. svaa
Wilbur s. Waptaff
Robert G. Blaake,  D.
'!Ca aou=e


AMOUNT
139.96
36.50
25.00
4.50
7.20
45.66'
22,306.05
so.oo
402.31
45.00
38.86
84.33
60.'8
17.71
45.20
31.13
27.00
23.26
161.90
25.00
so.oo
6.25
302.47
211.75
18.38
324.00
59.03
119.64
81.25
1.000.00
4.68
1.000.00
NUMBER
08311
08312
08lU
0831'
08315
08316
08317
08318
08319
08320
08321
08322
08323
08324
08325
08326
08327
08328
08329
08330
08331
08332
08333
08334
08335
08336
8317
08338
08339
08340
08341
08342
MARKED

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PAYEE/REMARKS
 ady Matter
hll a. OlibeEY
Al.ar RlcJlnlon
AMOUNT
112.SO
210.00
366.24
2.214.00
138.380.SO*
NUMBER
083'3 ., 
08345
08346
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
.
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FUND~~~-M_I_s_c_E_L_L~A~NE_o_u_s~~~~~~~~~~~OATE November 5, 197
PAYEE/REMARKS
ROADS 0015
Clois L. Fisher
General Telephone Co.
General Telephone Co 
Goleta County Water District
Lampman & Associates
Midway Electric Co.
Pacific Gas & Electric co.
Southern California Edison Co.
Southern California Gas Co.
Donald R. West

CAPITAL OUTLAY 0030
Archer-Spencer Engineering Associates
J. w. Bailey Construction Co.
Clarence & Jack Lambert, Inc
~EVENUE SHARING 0073
Bloid & Cardoza, Inc
Q P_E.;;RA,.;;.T.;;;I;;.O.;;;N-=MA=I.;:.;N.S.T.;.:R;E.;.:AM~---=1:.2:6:.0_
Dalma M. Taylor
AMOUNT
51.91
205.90
157.19
3.50
2,734.84
3,768.79
46.74
270.90
23.33
107.73
7 , 370 . 83*
1,276.25
28,495.32
5 , 994.31
35, 76'). 88*
46,170.00
46 ,170.00*
9.19
9 . 19*
NUMBER
08347
08348
08349
08350
08351
08352
08353
08354
08355
08356
08357
08358
08359
08360
08361
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UN LESS
MARKED

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MISCELLANEOUS DATE November 5, 197.
F U N D ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PAYEE/REMARKS
TRANS WRK CAP 1900
Data Processing
General Telephone co.
General Telephone Co.
Treasurer County of Santa Barbara
AIR POLLUTION CONT DIST 1960
General Telephone Co.
Motel 6 Travel Bureau
Clifton J. Seymour
Clifton J. Seymour
0_U;N;T.;;;SY_;;E~R;;.V.;;;I;;;;C;,;;;E~AR~E;:;A:._#3:___2:.=l:.;20:._
Board of Retirement County of S.B.
COUNTY SERVICE AREA #4 2130
Pacific Gas & Electric co.
COUNTY SERVICE AREA #5 2140
Pacific Gas & Electric co.
-~-
AMOUNT
1,447.00
40.45
50.62
1,462.16
3 , 000. 23*
107.09
44.34
106.22
57.84
31 5 . 49*
3, 363.78
3 , 363 . 78*
2,028.72
2 , 028 . 72*
3 , 390.13
3 , 390 . 1 3*
NUMBER
08362
08363
08364
.
08365
08366
08367
08368
08369
08370
08371
08372
PAID
CURR ENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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PA YEE/REMARKS
2670 5 5
Pacif ie GU  Blaet.rie co.

2680 5 I
hcif ic oaa  Blec:tric co.
2690 1 I 
Pac:if lc Gaa  Bleetrlc co.
2710 6
Pacif ie G ll Blect.rie CO.
SU!'& JP! wsm11 DJST 2130
Pacific: Ga  &lect.ric co.

AMOUNT
52.22
52.22*
25'.54
511.72
511.72
122.96
l.22.96

NUMBER
08373
08374
08375
08376
08371
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED




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PA YEE/REMARKS
DIST St 2870 a
U ca oara1
CUlli9an Water CoaditioDiD!J
General 'l'elphon co.
Blmar W. Griaet & Soll
Pacific Gaa  Bleet.riC co.

O!CUfl DI! JIS! 3655
LoaS  Beitel

Gll!lI- vPn1 I tl
Francia B. Battie
AMOUNT
474.62
J.61.80
7.00
17.lO
35.28
22.331
718.13
10.3
10.43*
494.29
45.12
NUMBER
08378
08379
08380
08381
08382
08383
08384
08385
08386
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
November 5, 1973 187
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to- wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I .
NOES: None ABSENT: None
RE: Request for Appropriation, Cancellation or Revision of Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the following requests forappropriation, cancellation or revision of funds are hereby approved, in the
budget classifications and amounts shown and the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to make the necessary transfers:
(See List)
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;;*PRIOR YEAR**
rra11sfer No . 99

SUt-1MARY OF TRANSFERS
November 5, 1973
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From:
52-C-2 Line Item 3 $ 4 , 125 . 90
San Antonio Park Paving
To :
52-C-2 New Line Item
Goleta Beach Parking Lot
$ 4,125 . 90
& Improve .
This was a prior year contract a\varded on a unit price basis . Original contract
price and prior year encumbrance was $55 , 817 . 20 . Final price on this unit bid
contract was $59 , 943 .10 which exceeds prior year encumbrance by amount requested
for transfer . Resolution 73-559 establishing final quantities was approved
by Board on October 7, 1 973 . ~c ,.,r Lf To ,, :I/. /)_ J leL7reP-IU.T. TO Jin". (~Jill-~/;~
Transfer No . 37
COU~TY COUNSEL
From:
0710/8600 Line Item 3
* * * *
$ 190. 00
* *
To :
0710/8600
* *
 
$ 190. 00
Transfer to correct error in wording of Budget from one 2-drawer file cabinet
to t\vO 2-dra\'/er file cabinets , legal. Funds were budgeted for the two 2-dra\ver
file cabinets .
Transfer No . 105
CALIF . NEDICAL ASSISTANCE
From:
Approp. for Conting. $51 , 220 . 00
,
To :
Contribution to Other
Agencies (7860)
$51 , 220. 00
To provide for necessary appropriation .to fund County share for 1973-74.
Transfer No . 106
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Fro1n :
A}?prop . for Canting . $55,000. 00
To:
0110/8300 Fixed Assets $55, 000.00
To provide appropriation for acquisition of a hanger at Santa Ynez Airport .
(As provided for in Item #62 on Board of Supervisor ' s Agenda of October 29 ,
1.9 7 3 . )
Transfer I~o . 109
t-1ENTAL HEAL'l'H
From:
5250/8600 $ 475 . 00
To :
5250/8600 $ 475 . 00
Deviation--transfer from Line Item #10; one transcribing/dictating unit to
allov1 for purchase of t-v10 4-dra\ver, letter size filing cabinets foJ:- Aftercare
Prograrn j.n Lompoc and Santa Maria , \vhicl1 is nO\v fl'tlly staffed . Filj.ng cabinets
will hold patients charts .
  Summary of Transfers Page 2 Novembe r 5, 1973
Transfer No. 112
MENTAL HEALTH
From:
5250/8600 $ 500.00
To:
5250/8600 $ 500.00
Deviation--to delete Line Item 109 of five room d i viders and establish Line
Items 136 of 10 more kitchen/folding chairs for $300; and Line Item 137 of
two wooden rocking chairs at $200 for residents at the Santa Maria Day Treatment
Center.
Transfer No . 114
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From: To:
1930/8300 Struct. & Improve. $ 350.00
Line Item #7 - Unallocated change
orders
1930/8300 Struct. & Improve. $ 350.00
Line Item #9 - Addition to Lompoc
County Office Bldg. '.
To provide incidential cost for final preparation of accepting the building .
1973-1974 Contingency Appropriation - - - - - - - - -
Less Transfer No. 105 - Calif. Medical Assist.
Less Transfer No . 106 - Board of Supervisors
New Balance if above transfers approved
Transfer No. 74
PUBLIC WORKS
From: To:
$ 701,034.64
(-51, 220. 00)
( - 55,000.00)
$ 594,814.64
'
Mental Health-Revenue Sharing $7 ,520.00 1910/7200 County Projects
Repairs to General Hospital nurses residence for Detoxification Center.
(Force account, Line item #32)
$7,520.00
188 November 5, 1973
It is further ordered that Transfer No. 99 from Board of Supervisors - Fixed Assests in the
amount of $4, 125.90 be, and the same is hereby, referred to Supervisor Catterlin and this matter be continued
unti I November 12, 1973.
RE Hearing on Change of Name of Portion of Certain County Highway in Tract #11, 499, First
District (Dorinda Lane to Wyant Road) .
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Posting being
on file; and there being no appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-739
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Department of Transportation's
Request (73-GP-13) for Amemdment to the Amended General Plan for Land Use and Circulation for Lompoc
Valley (GP-6B) to Designate Non-motorized Bicycle Ways, Lompoc Valley, Fourth District.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Pub I ication
being on file and there being no appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject Planning Commission recommendation, as contained in its Resolution No. 73-108
be, and the same is hereby, confirmed and the Board passed and adopted the following resolution:
Resolution No. 73-740
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Proposed Adoption of an Ordinance
Amending Ordinance No. 661 to Delete from the Statement of Purpose, Use of the Planned Development
District Inconsistent with the General Plan (73-0A- 21).
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Publication
being on file: and there being no appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject Planning Commission recommendation, as contained in its resolution 73-107 be,
and the same is hereby, confirmed.
It is further ordered that the Board of Supervisors passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2495
entitled "An Ordinance Amending Subsection 26. 1, of Section 26, P-Planned Development District, of Article
V, Specific District Regulations, or Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as amended, to
Delete from the Statement of Purpose, Use of the Planning Development District, inconsistent with General
Plan (Case No. 73-0A-21)".
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterlin, James M. '
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: None
RE: Hearing on Planning Commission Recommendation for Approval of Request of Francis E. McFal I
(73-V-30) (73-RZ-14) (Ref. 73-ND-269) for Lot Split #11, 844 for Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Article
IV of Ordinance No. 661, Rezoning Property at 140 Foster, Orcutt, Fifth District from the 10-R-1-F to 10-
R-1-F-PC District Classification.
This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Pub I ication
being on file;
The Planning Director showed the location of the propert from a screen transparency.
plan.
Barry Fisher, appearing for the applicant, indicated that this is a convenient type market
The Board discussed the advisability of requiring a bicycle rack in the parking area for children
patronizing the market. Upon being advised by County Counsel that any amendment to the subject rezoning
ordinance would require referral back to the Planning Commission for the required report, the Board decided
not to amend the ordinance proposed today but recommended that the Planning Commission consider such
a bicycle rack by the time of the approval of the precise plan to which the applicant agreed.
proposal;
There being no further appearances or writtent statements submitted for or against subject
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject Planning Commission recommendation for approval of request of Francis E. McFal I,
as contained in Planning Commission resolution 73-104 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
'
I
November S, 1973 1.89
It is further ordered that the Board of Supervisors passed and adopted Ordinance No. 2496
entitled "An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as Amended, by Adding
Sections 790 and 791 to Article IV of Said Ordinance 11

Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to- wit:
Frank J. Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I.
NOES: None ABSENT: None
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Arthur N. Rupe from Planning Commission Decision Relative to Request
for Variance (73-V- S3) and Conditional Exception of Property Located at 4161 Creciente Drive, Hope Ranch,
Third District.
. This being the date and time set for hearing on subject proposal; the Affidavit of Publication
being on file with the Clerk;
Reference was made to the Staff Report for the Planning Commission meeting of October 3,
1973 which gave the background on subject parcel. The staff analysis included the aspects of the property
as to the buildable area, the parcel being 1001 wide and the average natural slope between the 1 SO and
12S foot contour, which is 9.6%. The area where the applicant plans to build has an average natural slope
of 14. 3%. Also, there is screen landscaping along the east and west property boundaries.
The staff analysis also included the applicant's reasons and justification for the Variance,
as follows:
1) their property is a very narrow lot and less than most Hope Ranch lots, which are a minimum
of 1 SO' wide and 1. S acres in size;
2) the requested set backs will enable them to locate their house on that portion of the lot
where topography lends itself to a minimum of grade disturbance and to the preservation of the aesthetics
of the area;
3) one house is 19 feet from the.ir westerly property line, and another house is S feet from
the easterly property I ine;
4) the house on the second lot east of their property encroaches substantially beyond the
SO-foot ocean bluff setback I ine.
The location of the appl icant1s house wi 11 not be in the exact juxtaposition with the existing
houses on the east and west boundaries; the north line of the applicant's house will be even or slightly
south of the south Ii ne of the existing houses .
.
The staff recommended approval on the basis that other property owners enjoy that privilege
requested by the applicant.
Attorney Ronald Cook, representing the applicants, reiterated his comments contained in
the staff analysis. When the property was purchased, they discussed the matter with Mr. Sexton, who
told them that because of its unique characteristics that they would be granted a reasonable relief. When
the matter was heard before the Planning Commission, they were not granted the relief, as they had expected
from the comments of Mr. Oren Sexton when they purchased the property in 196S.
He indicated the substantially substandard lots from a screen transparency. They intend
to be long term residents and want their privacy and seclusion. They have already discussed the bluff
setback line with the Hope Ranch Homeowner's Association, who have no objections.
Mr. Lester Worthheimer, architect for Mr. Rupe, spoke on a fair compromise. Mrs. Regina
Roisman, a neighbor on the east, referred to the compromise made at the first Planning Commission hearing,
which they had reluctantly accepted and requested the Board to uphold the compromise as presented by
the Planning Commission. Mr. Cook denied that there had been a compromise agreed upon.
Reference was made to the zoning report from the Planning Commission, dated October 31,
1973, on subject matter, which explained the details involved in the Planning Commission hearing on subject
matter. Commissioner Bratt indicated that she was recommending a 201 setback on the east and a 1 S' setback
on the west, which would leave 6S 1 of bui ldable lot width. Mr. Rupe had indicated that these setbacks
would make it almost impossible to develop the property. He said the average setbacks of al I existing
lots is 12 feet and he also stated that there are two houses on or close to the bluff line. The topography
also dictated placing the house where the need to grade is minimum. He could I ive with a 121 setback if
the house is moved forward. He had been given assurances by the Hope Ranch Park Assn. that the history
of the area was such that he would be granted relief and he didn't apply for a variance at that time. If
they build with the SO' bluff setback line, his house would still be in front of the houses on the adjacent
lots.
The conclusion contained in Mr. and Mrs. Rupe1s letter to the Board on appeal was that seeking
adjustments to permit the building of a permanent residence would enhance, rather than detract from the
Hope Ranch Park setting. Utilizing the requested adjustments, the contemplated home would cover only
6% of the lot surface and the remaining 94% of the lot would be open space. They also indicated that the
Association had said they would have no objection to side yard setbacks of 14' and the bluff I ine 10-foot
variance. When the zoning ordinance in question was adopted in 196S, it was apparently understood that
setback relief would need to be granted to the few undeveloped 100 foot- wide non- conforming lots in the
1. S EX- 1 classification. That is the basis for their request for relief and that the Board grant a Variance
and Conditional Exception.
'
Mr. Rupe, in his brief presentation to the Board, indicated that they had spent a lot of time
and money on this matter. He felt they have a moral justification to ask for a compromise for 8- 1 o foot
bluff I ine variance.
190
November 5, 1973
There being no further appearances or written statements submitted for or against subject
proposal;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject appeal of Arthur N. Rupe from Planning Commission denial of request for a Variance
(73-V-53) be, and the same is hereby, denied for property located at 4161 Creciente Drive, Assessor's
Parcel No. 63-233-04, Hope Ranch, Third District; thereby upholding the decision of the Planning Commission
to recommend a side yard variance of 20' on the east and 15' on the west and recommendation for denial
of the b luff variance.

RE: Report from Environmental Quality Coordinator on Proposed Board Resolution Dissolving TRS
and EQAA and Establishing Revised Environmental Review Procedures.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 12 , 1973, at the request
of Deputy County Counsel Trescher.
RE: Reports and Recommendations from Environmental Quality Coordinator on Cost and Feasibility
of an Air Qua I ity Study of Santa Ynez Valley; and a Study of the Environmental and Economic Impacts of
Development in the Santa Ynez Valley (Excluding Air Pollution Aspect) .
The Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator summarized both reports, which contained itemized
recommendations.
The fol lowing agencies have been contacted with the results as specified:
1) Vandenberg Air Force Base - the Base Meteorological Officer has agreed to provide the
County with copies of Base weather data, but has advised that by national directive, his operations are
limited to the confines of the Base, itself.
2) District 5, State Division of Highways - There are no present Division of Highways plans
for an overa ll weather/pollution study of the Valley.
3) National Weather Service - the Service is already providing the County and local airports
with forecast information on the general Santa Barbara area.
4) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - EPA is concentrating its resources and grant
monies on studies of severely degraded air basins, such as that of Los Angeles. It is unl ikely that the
County's air pollution study needs in the Santa Ynez Valley would be of sufficiently high priority to EPA
to get support.
5) California State Air Resources Board (ARB) - due to limited funds, no financial support
could be given to the study of the Santa Ynez Valley.
6) State-wide Air Pollution Research Center, UC Riverside - Dr. T aylor of the UC Riverside
Pollution Center had confirmed his willingness to field spot checks of possible plant damage in the Valley
in the Spring and in the Fall of 1974 in return for travel and per diem costs. This offer would be of great
service to the County and should be accepted.
7) China Lake Naval Weapons Center - they might be able to provide airborne readings in
the Santa YnezValley upon payment of operating costs (as yet unspecified). This possibility should obviously
be investigated. North American Weather Consultants is conducting Federal rain augmentation (airborne
c loud-seeding) tests in the Santa Barbara County coastal regions and additiona l meteorological and monitoring
data might be collected by taking additional observations during these flights.
8) Santa Ynez County Airport - for the expenditure of $5, 000. 00, the airport could be provided
with continuous wind and temperature measurements and recording equipment which would provide valuable
augmentation to existing Valley meteorological data.
It was the concensus of interested citizens that the air quality study needs to be done and
should be done adequately to establish the present smog levels and pollution potential of the entire Valley.
Preliminary proposals by North American Weather Consultants and Sidney R. Frank group indicate that
such consultant help could be obtained at a cost of $50,000.00.
The Environmental Quality Coordinator submitted the fol lowing recommendations:
1) that the Board authorize the use of up to $60, 000. 00 to cover the cost of a year's study
of the Santa Ynez Valley air quality levels and air pollution potential. Such fund to be allocated to cover
presently estimated costs as follows:
a) consultant contracts for $50, 000. 00
b) Santa Ynez Valley Airport instrumentation for $5, 000. 00
c) Miscellaneous costs including plant damage research overall
s study pub I ication costs, etc. of $5, 000. 00; for a
total of $60, 000. 00.
2) that the Office of Environmental Quality be directed to solicit formal consul tant proposals
as a basis for recommending a contractor to perform the professional services necessary to augment present
County capabi l ities and such additional State and Federal capabi lities as may be developed.
It was recommended that the Office of Env i ronmenta I Qua Ii ty be authorized and directed to
undertake a study of the environmental and economic impacts of development in the Santa Ynez Valley (excluding
air pollution) using UCSB extra help student interns under the supervisor of an OEQ extra help environmental
specialist at a cost not to exceed $9,000.00 over the period of January through June 1974.
Mr. John English, an air monitoring expert made a brief presentation and referred to the
mobile van lab to provide essential information. It would be put in the single fixed location for one calendar
year, in connection with the air monitoring potentials and plans for the Santa Ynez Valley. Moving the
van to different locations would not provide a single point measurement in the Valley and alot of data would
not be adequate. It was not the origina l intent to have the van in one fixed location, according to Supervisor
Catterlin.
November 5, 1973
I
191
Communications were filed with the Board in favor of proceeding with a professional study
of the air pollution potential of the Valley:
Dr. William Bollay of North American Weather Consultants also made a brief statement on subject
matter.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973 at 2 o'clock,
p.m. and referred to the Administrative Officer and the Director of Air Pollution Control for further study
and methods of financing for report back to the Board.
RE: Continued Hearing on Planning Commission and Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee
Recommendations for General Plan Amendments and Creation of Agricultural Preserves (Giorgi , et al 72-
AP-186 and 72-GP-40) .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to December
3, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. and referred to the Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee to see if the applicants
comply with the new environmental standards established for the Agricultural Preserve Program.
RE: Recommendation of Agricultural Preserve Advisory Commmittee from Request of the Archambeault
Estate (Security Pacific National Bank) (72-AP-189) to Continue Agricultural Preserve Application to November
5, 1973 instead of January 14, 1974.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to December 3, 1973 at 2 o'clock,
p.m. and referred to the Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee to see if the applicant has complied
with the new environmental standards established for the Agricultural Preserve Program.
RE: Consideration of Proposed M-1-B Changes as they Relate to the County General Plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 26, 1973, at 2 o'clock,
p. m., pending the outcome of the Planning Commission public hearing on the three related items at its
meeting on November 14, 1973.
RE:
of Way,
Communication from Supervisor Frost Regarding Dumping of Rubble on Southern Pacific Right
Summer land Area.
Supervi sor Frost explained that he and Mr. McAllister of Southern Pacific Railroad had viewed
the site and they are in agreement as to what type of dumping and control should be done.
Wendell Nichols, of the Public Works Department, mentioned existing problems and where
landslides have occurred from time to time. He r ecommended that Mr. McAllister review this with the
engineers. This matter needs careful attention, as a grading permit would be required. The nature of
the rights-of-way does not allow completion of rights-of-way c lean up at all times. Perhaps a condition
of approval on issuance of building permits could cover this; that the owner or contractor would have
his disposal site approved by the City or County .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973 and referred
to the Pub I ic Works Director for a progress report on the improvement of this dumping site.
The Board recessed to meet as the Environmental Quality Advisory Board.
Board of Supervisors Sitting As An Environmental Quality Advi sory Board
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterl in, James M. Slater, Francis H .
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnell; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk
 
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
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RE: Matters Relating to the Environmental Qua I ity Act of 1970 and California Supreme Court Deci sion
on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirements for Projects .
192 November 5, 1973
RE   Continuation of 73-ND-417, Joseph Omweg .
Upon motion of Supe r visor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in , and carried unanimously,
this Agency hereby makes a finding and determination that draft 73-ND-417, J oseph Omweg for a Lot Split
#11, 525, First District wi II not have any significant on the environment and is hereby, approved as a Negative
Declaration.
RE: TRS Recommendation Concerning 73-EIR-27, Holl ister Industrial Park, Walter Olsen and Fred
Rice.
Reference was made to a letter from the Goleta County Water Di strict.
Mr . Donald Weaver made a brief statement on behalf of the app licants. The Environmental
Qua I ity Coordinator indicated that the representative from the Goleta County Water Di strict s hould be al lowed
to ma ke a short presentation substanti ating their point of view.
During the ensuing conver sation it was felt that there was no reason why the draft EIR could
not be accepted , inasmuch as it is caug ht up in the new procedure and invo lves the transition from the
existing p rocedure.
Mr. Bitten from the Goleta County Water District stated he had a number of points to clarify,
but he felt that it might be well to hold this r eport over until after the hearing on water well construction
to be heard on November 12 , 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater , seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 73-EIR-27 be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973, and r eferred to
OEQ for further study on the water problem.
The Board of Supervisors reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterl in , J ames M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J . E.
Lewis, Clerk.


Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
RE: Notice of Petition from Social Services Union #535 for Representative Unit by an Employee
Representative.
Deputy County Counsel Dodds explained that according to the intent of t he employer-employee
pol icy adopted by a r esolution recently, that actua lly , this Board is removed from certain aspects of this
function. The matter was sent to the Board improperly according to the procedures set up for the establi s hment
of a unit . He will be checking into the contents of Reso lution No. 73-581 to clarify the point about the date
a c ha I lenge commences; whether it is through the origina l petition or an amended petition.
It was pointed out that the Pe r sonne l Director will file the proper County notice with the Board
under the Adminis trative Agenda. Al I parties concerned wi II be specifically notif ied about this particular
procedure.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried una nimously ,
it is ordered that s ubject matter be, and t he same is hereby, placed on fil e .
 Upon motion the Board adjourned sine die.
The foregoing Minutes are hereby approved.
F IS H. BEATTIE, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
ATTEST:
Assistant County Clerk


 
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November 12, 1973 1931
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
California, November 12, 1973, at 9: 30 o'clock, a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel l; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
I
Invocation was given by Dr. 0. Franklin Archer, Retired Methodist Church Minister,
followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of November 5, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of November 5, 1973 meeting be dispensed with, and
the minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Proposed Amendments to the Amended General Plan for the Goleta Valley (71-GP-31};
and Recommendation for Adoption of Ordinances (72-RZ-46} Amending Ordinance No. 661 Rezoning
Areas of Goleta Valley to Conform to AB 1301 , General Plan Zoning Consistency.

Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, December 10, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on proposed amendments (71 -GP-31} to the Amended General
Plan for the Goleta Valley, Circulation Element, Land Use Element (GP-3C}, GP-General Plan report
(GP- 10}, and Addendum to the General Plan Report, defining Land Use Symbols (GP-10A} to change
the land use designations as indicated, or to such appropriate designation as may be required to
conform to provisions of AB 1301, General Plan Zoning Consistency; and Ordinances (72-RZ-46} amending
Article IV of Ordinance No. 661, as amended, rezoning areas of Goleta Valley, in accordance with
Government Code, Chapter 1446, AB 1301 - General Plan - Zoning Consistency, as indicated, or to
such appropriate di stricts as may be required to conform to provisions of said AB 1301 ; and that
notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation,
as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE}
RE: Proposed Amendments to the Amended General Plan for the Lompoc Valley (71-GP-31};
and Recommendation for Proposed Ordinances (72-RZ-65} Amending Ordinance No. 661 Rezoning Areas
in the Lompoc Valley in Accordance with AB 1301, Consistency Requirements.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, December 17, 1973 at 2 o'clock, p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on proposed amendments (71-GP-31} to the Amended General
Plan for the Lompoc Valley (GP-6B}, General Plan Report (GP-1 O} and Addendum to General Plan
Report defining Land Use Symbols (GP-1 OA}; and proposed ordinances (72- RZ-65} amending Article
IV of Ordinance No. 661 of the County of Santa Barbara, as amended, rezoning areas in the Lompoc
Valley in accordance with the Government Code, Chapter 1446, AB 1301 - General Plan - Zoning Consistency
Requirements, to such zoning Districts as may be appropriate; and that notice be given by
publication in the Lompoc Record, a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE}

RE: Proposed Amendments to the General Plan for the Santa Ynez Valley Area (71-GP-31};
and Recommendation for Adoption of Ordinances (73-RZ-30} Amending Ordinance No. 661 Rezoning
Areas of the Santa Ynez Valley in Accordance with AB 1301, Consistency Requirements.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, December 24, 1973 at 10 o'clock, a.m. be, and the same is hereby, set
as the date and time for a public hearing on proposed amendments (71-GP-31} to the General Plan
for the Santa Ynez Valley Area (GP-4}, GP-General Plan Report defining Land Use Symbols (GP-lOA}
to change the land u se designations in the Santa Ynez Valley area as indicated, or to such appropriate
designation as may be required to conform to provisions of AB 1301, General Plan - Zoning Consistency;
and ordinances (73- RZ -30} amending Article IV of Ordinance No. 661, as amended, rezoning areas
of the Santa Ynez Valley in accordance with Government Code, Chapter 1446, AB 1301 - General
Plan - Zoning Consistency, as indicated, or to such appropriate districts as may be required to conform
to provisions of said AB 1301 ; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Ynez Valley News,
a newspaper of general circulation, as follows, to-wit:
RE:
Haskel I
4066.1,
(NOTICE}
Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Orders Nos. 1 and 3 to Contract with E. H .
Company for A sphalt Concrete Overlay on Various North County Roads, Job Nos. 4064. 2,
4068.1, 4010.2, 4071.1, 5056.2, and 884.2, for a Total Increase of $3,300.00.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Change Orders.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 6 to Contract with M. J. Hermreck
Company for Work Done on Dominion Road, Job No. 5032. I for Increase of $254. 07.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Change Order.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 2,Supplement No. 1 and Change Order
No. 7 to Contract with M. J . Hermreck for Work Done on Lompoc-Casmalia Road and Purisima Road,
Job Nos. 4041.1 and 4043.2 for a Total Increase of $8,081.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Change Orders.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 4 to Contract with A. J. Diani Construction
Company, Inc. for Work Done on San Antonio Road, Project No. 4076.2, for an Increase of $200.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Change Order .
RE: Auttiorizing Chairman to Execute Change Order No. 1 to Contract with Jim C. Cushman
for Work Done on Quail Valley and Deer Trail Place, Job No. 3109 . 4, for an Increase of $500.00.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute subject
Change Order.
RE: Releasing 15% Balance of Road Improvement Bond for Tract #11, 169, Unit 2 upon Expiration
of One-Year Guarantee Period Required under Ordinance No . 1358 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the 15% balance of the following road improvement bond for Tract #11, 169, Unit
2 be, and the same is hereby, released as to al I future acts and conditions, as recommended by the
Director of Transportation; the one-year guarantee period required under Ordinance No. 1358 having
expired:
RE:
Streets
United Pacific Insurance Company, as Surety - Mark J.
Smith and Dorothy W. Smith dba Foxenwood Bui lders, as
Principal , for Bond No. U 661934, in the amount of
$38,000.00.
Releasing 85% of Road Improvement
of Subdivision.
Bond for Tract #11, 415; and Acceptance of Dedicated
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that 85% of the following road improvement bond for Tract #11,415 be released, or if
a separate bond, in the amount of 15% of the road improvement bond is posted, al I of the original
bond may be exonerated, as provided in Ordinance No. 1358; and that the dedicated streets in the
subdivision be, and the same are hereby, accepted, as recommended by the Director of Transportation:
RE:
Streets
Instrument of Credit in the amount of $7, 500. 00 with
Security Pacific National Bank and Donald Leland Lewis
and Sarah Margaret Courtney, dated August 16, 1972.
Fi I ing Notice of Completion for
by Melcher Construction Company.
Repair of Curb, Gutter and Driveways on Various Goleta
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Director of Transportation be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to
file subject Notice of Completion; and the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to
record said Notice of Completion in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Office.
RE: Execution of Release of Al I County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting from
Vehicular Accident, in the Amount of $12. 91.

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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Super visor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and t hey are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
a Release of al I County c laims for damages to County property resulting from a vehicular accident,
as fol lows:
George Moon - for accident on September 27, 1973, in
the amount of $12. 91.
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and
he is hereby, authori zed and directed to deposit the draft received in ful I settlemen t therefor to the
Road Fund.
RE: Releasing Director, Department of Resources & Col lections from Further Accountabi lity
for Collection of Certain Delinquent Accounts, Santa Maria Hospital .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
this Board hereby determines that the following amounts are too small to justify the cost of collection,
or that the collection of such amounts is improbable for the reasons set forth in the verified applications
of the Director, Department of Resources & Collections, and i t is ordered that the Director be, and
he is hereby, discharged from further accountability for the collection of the following amounts, in
accordance with Section 25257 of the Welfare & Institutions Code; Section 17300 Welfare & lnstut ions
Code, and Section 1473 of the Health & Safety Code:
(See List)
RE: Execut ion of Service Contract No. 5053-T between the State Department of Transportation
and the County for Control of Noxious Weeds on State Highway Rights-of-Way, FY 1973-74, in the
Amount not to Exceed $5,825.12.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimous ly,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-741
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Annexing T erritory to County Service Area No. 4, T ract #1 1, 611 , Lompoc
Area, Santa Barbara County.
Upon mot ion of Super visor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater , and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-742
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution of Election to Utilize Apportionment of F.A.S. Funds on County Roads and
Rescinding Resolution No. 73-551-A.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted :
RE:
Second
Resolution No. 73-743
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Resolution Establishing "No Parking Zones" on Portions of Cal le Real, a County Highway,
District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimous ly,
the fol lowing r esolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-744
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
No. 72-1113 Establishing a "No Parking Zone" on Portion
of Calle
Resolution Rescind ing Resolution
Real, Second District.
Upon mot ion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Road,
Resolution No. 73-745
{ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Reso lution of Abandonment of Portion of Certain County Road Known as Los Carneros
Third Di strict.
Upon motion of Super visor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-746
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
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RE: Resolution Declaring Existence of Local Emergency .
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-747
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE:
System,
Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $5, 000. 00 Bond for Irrigation
Landscape Plantings and Maintenance, the Circle K Corporation, Santa Maria, Fifth District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond in
the amount of $5,000.00 for irrigation system, landscape plantings and maintenance, The Circle K
Corporation, building at Black and Sandalwood, Santa Maria be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Recommendation of the County Landscape Architect to Deposit $400. 00 Bond for Irrigation
System, Landscape Plantings and Maintenance, for T. A. Wardell, Carpinteria, First District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the recommendation of the County Landscape Architect for posting of a bond in
the amount of $400. 00 for irrigation system, landscape p lantings and maintenance, for T. A. Wardell
for property located at 4045 Foothill Road, Carpinteria, First District, Assessor's Parcel No. 003-020-
22 be, and the same is hereby, confirmed.
RE: Approval of Request of the Purchasing Agent for Waiver of Bids to Purchase Special Breathing
Apparatus for the County Fire Department.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request from the Purchasing Agent for a bid waiver based on the survey
made by the Purchasing Department and the County Fire Department be, and the same is hereby,
approved; and that the Purchasing Agent be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to proceed
with the purchase.
RE: Communication Listing Directors of the Board of the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Benefit and
Relief Association, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication from the Sheriff's Benefit & Relief Association be, and the
same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Expression of Appreciation from Dr. Milton V. Duncan for Resolution of Commendation.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Expression of Appreciation from Robert C. Lilley, President of California County Planning
Commissioners Association for Services Provided during Recent Conference of Said Association.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following claims be, and the same are hereby, referred to the Director of Special Services, County
Counsel and Insurance Carrier:
a) Charles A. Bonta - $19. 50
b) Craig T. Jefferson - $15, 000. 00
c) Gene Sprowl - $63. 50
d) Virgil C. and Evelyn B. Walker - $250,000.00
RE: Recommendation of County Petroleum Administrator to Approve Riders to Oil Drilling Bond.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following riders to oil drilling bond be, and the same are hereby, approved:
Shell Oil Company - Travelers Indemnity Company for
Bond No. S-305, covering well "Bradley Lands 41-511
,
County Permit No. 3866; "Bradley Lands 53-5", County
Permit No. 3867; "Bradley Lands 64-5", County Permit
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RE   Publi cation of Ordinance No. 2485.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimou sly, it is determined that Ordinance
No. 2485 has been duly published by the Principal Clerk of t he Goleta Valley Today in the manner
and form prescribed by law.
RE: Reports and Communications.
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Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that the fol lowing communications be, and the same are hereby, placed on fi le:
RE:
a) Administrative Officer - Travel Report Summary, October, 1973 .
b) County Health Department Inspection of Lompoc City Jail,
pursuant to Sec. 459 of Health & Safety Code.
Communications from Planning Commission for Information Only.
The following communications were received by the Board f rom t he Planning Commission,
for information only, and ordered placed on file:
RE:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Andy Langlo
(73-CP-70) to al low sa les and ser vice of r ecr eational vehicles
and to allow use of t railer as office at 4155 State Street, Hope
Area, Second District.
b) Granted Conditional Use Permit on r equest of Ranch Los Alamos
Mobile Home Park (73-CP-14) to allow revisions and expansion
of exi sting mobile home park on property on the northeast side
of Highway 101 approximately 1200 ft. nor thwest of Rice Ranch
Road, Los A lamos, Fourth District.
c) Gr anted Condit ional Use Permit on request of Bernard R.
Brannagan (73-CP-83) to al low use of mobile home as permanent
s ingle family dwel I ing northeast of intersection of Henderson
Avenue and Foxen Canyon Road, T epusquet Area, Fifth District.
Continued Hearing on Proposed Standards for Water Wei I Con struction.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
The County Water Advisory Committee's secretary submitted recommendations fol lowing
consideration of the letter signed by Supervisors Catterlin and Slater , dated August 31, 1973, which
was a part of the "report relative to i ssuance of small water system permits in South Coast water
basins".
Deputy County Counsel Dodds submitted a letter giving his opinion that the County may
adopt an ordinance r equi r ing anyone extracting groundwater in the County to submit an annual r eport
to the Board , stating the amount of g r oundwater extracted during the previous year.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously
it is ordered that r ecommendation #1 of the August 31, 1973 letter contained in the r eport from Supervisor
Catterl in and Slater for the Board to ask the State Legislature to include this County in the "recordation
of water extractions and diversions" be, and the same is hereby, dropped, based upon the reports
and recommendations as set fo r th in the communications from County Counsel and the County Water
Advisory Agency.
Upon motion of Super v isor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously
it is order ed that the Public Works Director and R. M. Edmonston, consulting engineer be, and they
are hereby, authorized and directed to examine al l alternatives for gathering potable water wel l usage
data for r epor t back to the Board on January 7, 1974. There may be private as wel I as pub I ic costs.
A motion was made by Supervisor Slater and seconded by Supervisor Frost to confirm
the recommendation contained in the report from the Water Advisory Committee that the Board of Supervisors
inform the County Hea lth Officer that it is their opinion that the County should not issue smal l (2-
200 u ser s) water system permits in the South Coast water basins because the issuance of such permits
threatens a continuous supply of pur e, wholesome, potable and healthful water to existing consumers.
This would not affect residences connected with agricul tur al use of land.
Attorney Robert Goodwin, r epr esenting the Goleta County Water District, poi nted out
that there is pending litigation about water rights, which will go on for years. A conservative point
of view should be taken about groundwater resources at the present time.
Robert Hunt, from the County Farm Bureau, stated that the Board is trying to use rules
and r egulat ions on wells which should be cover ed by proper zoning. Is the question to save water
or discourage growth? People in agriculture fee l that the attempt is being made to cement the whole
situation and preclude any expansion of agricultur e. He said a County-wide problem exists and Board
should not pass rules and regulations involving Goleta Valley, which might hamper other ar eas of
the County.
Supervisor Catterl in said that agricul ture is going to r emain in this County and it would
be one of the first entities heard if a tota l proliferation of water systems is allowed in the South Coast
area, where there are obvious water shortages . However , it does not preclude a person from drilling
for water. The individual w ho wants to bui Id 100 units and sel I them should not be permitted to
rely solely on the water wel I for al I the people who are buying his property .
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Penney Knowles, from the League of Women Voters, spoke on the need for regulation,
advocating adequate planning of water.
Jerry Beaver, representing developers of a project in Patterson Professional Plaza, said
they will be filing for a building permit shortly. This action will virtually kill this project at a
substantial loss and create a hardship for 15 or 20 doctors and may force the developers to bring
action against the County for damages. He said they developed a water wel I before the moratorium
came in and he planned on a second well so they will have a dual system. Attorney Stanley C. Hatch
made a brief statement as a representative of the East Valley Ranch Group . He referred to the law
suit which has been filed against the Goleta County Water District and pointed out that he wrote a
letter to County Counsel on his legal points. He gave his reasons why he felt there should be a
"No" vote on the last motion. The Board is just getting involved in a law suit about who has the
right to use the water. The people should have their own rights.
Dr. William Bol lay, pointed out that water rights are valuable property rights to property
owners. Anything from exercising this right would not be proper. He pointed out there is a tremendous
supply of underground water, which is available.
Dr. Linda Phillips, Director-Elect of the Goleta County Water District Board, mentioned
the safe yield of underground water. The majority of underground water is of very poor qua I ity
and they are looking toward new sources of water. The comment was made that people who own
land and do not have private wel Is have the right to the water, through the Goleta County Water
District.
Manager Nei I Mendenal I of the Montecito County Water District, pointed out the water
shortage emergency in the two districts (Goleta and Montecito) .
Attorney Stanley Abbott, representing the Dos Pueblos Ranch and the Jules Berman property
on Los Carneros Road, said the installation of a private well was the only way to get water. It seems
that an attempt is being made to control growth through water. There is a County-wide problem
on water but there is no problem with the 5,800 acre feet in Goleta Valley, although there is the
dispute about its use. A contract exists between the District and anyone else who may have a right
to the underlying basin where the safe annual yield exists. Inverse condemnation would be involved
if action is taken on this motion.
County Counsel George Kading suggested that this matter be continued until this afternoon,
as he has some observations to make involving the inclusion of the County in the law suit.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing on this last motion be, and the same is hereby, continued until
3 o'clock, p.m. today.
RE: Execution of Joint Powers Agreement for Crime Control between the Counties of San Luis Obispo
and Santa Barbara as well as the Cities of Carpinteria, Guadalupe, Lompoc, Santa Barbara and Santa Maria.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-7 48
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Establ ishment of Central Coast Regional Criminal Justice Planning Board as Joint Association,
Pursuant to Execution of Joint Powers Agreement on Crime Control between the Counties of San Luis Obispo
and Santa Barbara, as well as the Cities of Carpinteria, Guadalupe, Lompoc, Santa Barbara and Santa
Maria.
Pursuant to the provisions of subject agreement, the above-mentioned entities shall constitute
the membership of the newly established Board in compliance with the "Omnibus Crime Control and Safe
Streets Act of 196811 (PL 351) to assist CCCJ in improving law enforcement at all levels of government,
including the local level.
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Programs and requests for funds therefore wi ll be presented with provision for local contribution
of matching funds.
This Board wi 11 serve as a Regional Planning Board in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo
Counties.
RE: Execution of Agreement between the County and Community Action Commission for Operation
Mainstream (Older Worker Component) Program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73-749
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

RE: Execution of Agreement between the Counties of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo for Operation
Mainstream (O lder Worker Component) Program.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-750
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)

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RE: Execution of Contract for Professional Services with Drs. Albert C. Svoboda, Jr. and William
A. Davidson, Santa Bar bara General Hospital.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
 Resolution No. 73-751
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
The Board r ecessed until 2 o'clock, p.m.
At 2 o'clock, p. m. the Board of Supervisors reconvened.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H .
Beattie, and Curt is Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chai r
Allowance of Claims.
,',
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is ordered that the following claims
be, and the same are hereby, al lowed, each c laim for the amount and payable for t he fund designated on
the face of each claim, r espectively, to-wit:
(Claims Li st)
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye" , to-wit:
Frank J . Frost, Charles F. Catterl in, James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie and Curtis Tunnel I .
NOES: None ABSENT: None
RE: Requests for Appropriation, Cancel la ti on or Revision of Funds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell , seconded by Supervi sor Slater, and carr ied unanimously,
the following requests for appr opriation , cancellation or r evision of funds are hereby approved, in the
budget classifications and amounts shown; and the County Auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed to make the necessary t r ansfers:
Summary of Transfers
Transfer No. 47
FIRE DEPT.
From:
3711 Revenue Sharing
Line Items 14 & 15
Transfer No. 93
PARK DEPT.
From:
7620/8600 L ine Item 22
Transfer No. 116
SHERIFF-REVENUE Sharing
From:
Unanticipated Revenue
Revenue Sharing
Transfer No . 119
SHERIFF-CORONER
From:
$1,620.00
$ 530.00
$6,012.00
3110/7653 Training Fees/Supplies $ 525.00
Gransfer No. 120
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-FIXED ASSETS
From:
Unanticip3ted Revenue $33,915 . 19
November 12, 1973
T- o: 3711 Revenue Sharing
Line Item 13
To:
ffi0/8600
T o:
3111/8600 Fixed Assets
Line Items 2 and 3
To:
3110/8600 Equipment
T o:
$2,520.00
$ 530.00
$6,012.00
$ 525. 00
1930/8301 Line ltem1 $5,000.00
El I wood Pier
1930/8100 Line Item 1 6,000.00
El I wood Pier Property Appraisal
1930/8103 NewLineltem 4,126.00
1930/8103 Land-Ellwood 18, 789. 19
Pier
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 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER '
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND ~~G_B_B_l_R_~_I_, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
f -
PAYEE/REMARKS
Moullir  A8iua.alla,D.D.S  M.D.S.
cafe Gourmet
Carpinteria Herald
L. Lisa Chapen, c.s.a.
Paul T. Cook, M.D.
Bl Cilito Reetaurant
Bl Prado Motor lllll
General Telephone co.
Bolliater Prof-ioiaal Building
Bed R. Johnaon, M.D. Iac 
Kentucky Pried Chicken
Arnold P. budaen. M.D. Inc.
IOllpOe Boapital Ditrict
Brian Lupton
J. Donald Mann. K.D. Inc.
Pacific Ga & Blectric
earl Poindexter
San Francisco heeiner
Santa Barbara Public Library
City of Santa Maria
southern california Bdison co.
Southern California Ga co.
Joaepbine w. Vau Schaiclt
John P. M. Jr.
Advance Travel Revolving Pund
Anacapa Sciencea. Inc
John B. Burr Jr.
Dr. Milton v. Duncan
Dick Duprey
Goftlllc, Inc
Kuy M. Heap
AMOUNT
145.00
135.71
2.85
822.32
120.00
92.86
281.96
1,033.75
300.00
92.00
34.02
63.00
22.SO
68.75
30.00
992.51
62.50
177.00
2.90
390.95
569.08
2,417.60
8.31
54.88
106.70
1,705.95
45.00
150.35
15.00
75.00
29.52
NUMBER
08395
08396
08397
08398
08399
08400
08401
08402
08403
08404
08405
08406
08407
08408
08409
08410
08'11
08412
08413
08414
08415
08416
08417
08418
08419
08420
08421
08422
08423
08424
08425
3 PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
'
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA 
PAID
FUNO _ ___JG~BlJMdBD!U.ll~I  .----- - -------DATE &overbcr 12. 19 3 CURRENT
PAYEE/REMARKS
Jlay llOrriGOD B-p
John B. Boeack & Aeaociatea
Willi- Lanford
Marvin t.evin
Mr. Robert Looker
Blveaio J. Mllnfrina
Marian Boapital
David D. Minier
Arthur W. Belson, Dirctar
Lloyd Boclcer
Diviaion of Public Health Statiat.ic
calif. Stat Jepartnt. of Public s  lth
Palth w. Ryan
Donald  8anawa
Victor & Matilda Sourmany
Joaepbia w. van Sehaiclt
Bazwood A. tfhit Jr.
Marvin Keex
Rollert. B. Allen
Alpha Beta Ac.a arltta
Leo Archer
a.chelore Club
BlaiDe Badnell
Marilyra Bello
Kenneth  cady
Mr. owen Carr
!Catherine Clark
Crocker Rational Bank Truat Real Bet.at
Credit 8'areaa of Sant.a Barbara 
AMOUNT
235.33
es.so
7.00
16.oo
36.8,
74.CM
29.76
45.50
95.CM
43.12
109.63
2.00
2.00
18.00
45.32
750.00
26.65
9.20
73.56
as.oo
10.20
as.oo
63.60
33.00
13.50
31.e
39.20
36.29
120.93
i.oo
100.00
NUMBER
08'26
OIM27
08428
08429
08430
08431
08432
0833
08434
08435
08436
08437
08438
08439
08440
08441
08442
08444
08'45
08446
08'47
0849
08450
08451
oas2
08453
08454
08455
08456
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
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7/73
'
DITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
De lliviera Hotel
Fairway Market
GeoJ:9' coffee &bop
Golden BJ.rd ca.fe
lilvia Gutierres
Joe Bberl
Graydon a. Ball. Jr.
Jas Hoover
IJOllaing Authority
Clifford Bowerland~ M.D.
Walter Burd
LiDd Janelle
Daryl Lee Jeaae
Jimay'. C:.f
JOHph JODea
Vivian Jonea
Mr. Phillip P. J:ader
Klein Bottlw &lternativ Unlfited
Brlinda Kocber
Kr. C. LeMr
Joaeph A. Linggi
Cynthia Long
Boward c. Menel. Aaaiatant co. Clerk
Alice T. Kerenbacb

Jwa 11\llhollalMI
Willi- B. & Gertrade B. llCCUllougb 
Jase v. Jlauy
awt1oa
Pantry Pride
AMOUNT
82.33
35.71
1.219.22
56.71
200.00
39.20
34.80
213.32
78.65
45.00
173.50
95.00
67.00
45.00
52.SO
2.004.65
123.16
30.16
20.32
175.00
67.00
75.00
23.40
44.30
19.35
114.00
67.00
'750.00
ss.80
887.16
165.41
NUMBER
08457
oese
08459
08460
0861
08462
08'63
08464
08465
08466
08467
08468
08469
08470
08471
oa12
08473
0874
08475
08476
08477
08478
08479
08480
08482
08483
08484
oaes
08486
08487
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED
,

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. 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
- PAYEE/REMARKS
Shllron a.dallTr
inidd a1-ra
'lbe awn catholic Arcbbi.ahop of L.A 
Caa Serefta
ngelo m.po.
carloe Shiela
Si-ta llOUl
Betty Sudc1atb
Mrtla Sukin
Texaa LuDCb
ft.-1 Specialiattl
Dry Tr.vet.ban
Mr. Cbarlea Willu
LorranlDe Winn
Angela llabiliDllJ co. IDc 
Barth Appell
Senora Arcbibl
Auclitor' Re.olvlag ~t Fuhct
Sybil Autry
Dthlyleea Baratto
aetay M. Beatty
Maril}'ll Bello
Joe P. aeu
Jack L. BiYiDa
John P. Blaaeherd. ll.D  Inc.
~ bplblic
Cberl- Bradley. ll.D.

AMOUNT
2.00
24.50
159.15
4.50
132.86
55.00
80.00
so.oo
11.61
126.00
7.50
54. 34
144.6.J
29.16
576.61
28.50
27.00
32.00
346.50
33.39
44.28
2.000.00
315.00
33.39
185.32
30.38
7.10
181.89
7.500.00
425.00
230.00
PAID
___.__,.___lg 3 CURRENT
NUMBER
oaaa
08489
08490
08491
08492
08493
08494
08495
08496
08497
08498
08499
08500
08501
08502
08503
08504
08505
08506
08507
08508
08509
08510
08511
08512
08513
08514
08515
08516
08517
08518
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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7/73
. 1.;  '
),rrAUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER .
 COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
AJ.-lh1 Briley
Beary w. Broai.D. a .I.
BUelltoD CC-. lerwice Diatrict
Bverett caia
Larzy Califo
califoraJ.a citi Water eo.
Cbvl  c. earl
Plorac carlaoo
Cbapala Prcpaztlea Attn: J- L. PrJoa
a. Cb
continental Telephone of calif.
Mr. Irn cota
Berley Craig Realtor
Mr. Mvcua erneu
GUy P. Cr-fozd.- 11.D.
Willi- a. ou.i.-
~ Valley
S-Jly Day'
nity. Inc 
Del lfOrte Mobile lie Satatea
Mery Aasae lOnaer
Drake Hotel
Bonni Dwalap
Diaclt Duprey
aobert a. SCkhoff
 J. Sllar
Willie Paa1diDg

197 PAID
---- --- CURRENT
AMOUNT
15.00
150.00
45.00
36.70
67.00
2.42
91.CM
60.30
25.20
45.16
1.551.00
3.85
29.73
164.52
510.00
67.00
625.00
45.00
15.00
66.00
75.00
32.04
166.14
60.97
49. 43
230.00
156.66
11.61
97.20
85.00
NUMBER
08519
08520
08521
08522
08523
08524
08525
08526
08527
08528
08529
08530
08531
08532
08533
08534
08535
08536
08537
08538
08539
08540
08541
08542
08543
0854
08545
085'6
085'7
08548
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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7/73
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.'
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Patricia Pealer
Joha G. l'iah
Klaua B. Gade
Bw:y Garber
General 'felepbon Co.
Geatral 'l'elepboae co.
craig Geyer
Golet:a coaatJ' Wat:er Diatriet
Ja~llae Grant:
Geamia 'frail court
. City of Gaa&dalape
Alice Beath
Mary Bolland
lDC.
Jack & Jill 911rxy Scbaol
M.D.
SylYia Jaltae
Kr. Randa Johnoa
Tboma8 Jtingeton
Bernard Jtr~
aobert " Blanc:h Kugler
Robert & Blanch JtUtJler
CODchlta Lacueata
llr . Conni Laeuta
La ombre lbatual Water co.
Jlobtr~ LlllllNt!l. Jl.D.


AMOUNT
55.00
10.00

40.00
335.13
50.00
52.28
'743.67
5#870.77
-26.13
479.18
85.00
53.22
7.23
67.00
59.11
13.06
23.54
210.00
240.00
62.76
30.26
23.22
143.92
250.00
250.00
56.38
81.00
17,33
350.00
55.56
400.00
NUMBER
085'9
08550
08551
08552
08553
08554
08555
08556
08557
08558
08559
0856G
08561
08562
08563
08564
08565
08566
08567
08568
08569
08570
08571
08572
08573
08574
08575
08576
08577
08578
08579
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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7/73
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT --REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

FUND ----~G~~~,~~!'~LL ___ ___~ :.___DATE ltOYellber 12. . 19 3 CUPRARIDE NT
  -
PAYEE/REMARKS
City of IJaE(OC
'l'reatnarer City of Lampoc:
\
Lcmpoc Bopital Dist
l~ Service Ditrlet.
D.J. LoYe
Willu J. L'ik Jr
Bick calao (a.a. Nca1uao CO.)
Ronald J. Jeayuir
Bdwlard A. MealllaD
Loia c. ari9
Mra. Roaie 
Moatecito coitt 
xerle &Moriarty
Motel 6 '!'ravel 8'1reaa
Multicraft tac 
Jira. 1&ar9aret Kand
Arthur laon. Dir ctor
Arthur w . laoa. Director
Doria  1aon
Junita Bev
Gorv T. Borthrop. LD.
Yoahi Ohara
Cbrl  onn. M.D.
.
Pacific G & Blectric co.
Pltcif ic Gia & Blectric
Pacific Ga & Blec:tric
r

I -.-. --
AMOUNT
119.90
89.10
,  oo
219.20
66.43
200.00
126.85
33.60
25.00
72.48
25.00
5.28
100.16
200.00
4,547.7
20.00
0.10
2,720.00
135.00
39.00
32.20
20.00
n.oo
53.87
400.00
35.04
16.78
379.50
656.83
432.l7
135.57
NUMBER
08580
08581
08582
08583
08584
08585
08586
08587
.
08588
08589
08590
08591
08592
08593
08594
08595
08596
08597
08598
08599
08600
08601.
08602
08603
08604
08605
08606
08607
08608
08609
08610
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

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7/73

 .  AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND~G~8~i~*~R4~1~-------------~ DATE IJo9ellber 12. 19 I 
PAYEE/REMARKS
 tti Pete%80D
Anni L. Parker
Bolger Pohl.JI
John J. Quinn, .ldmiDititrator:
Dorothy Roner
Geo19e K. llichaxda. K.D.
Janie RoMrta
Hr. Patricia aoltl&
Mr. na Rodrigues
Beatrice SaDCh
Santa Barbara Cbllllber of ccwrca
City of Santa Barbara
S.B. 1ve Health Planaiag
AMOUNT
34.20
68.16
1.817.80
93.54
31.94
450.00
44.00
135.00
s.oo
21.78
2.000.00
342.32
969.92
Santa a.rbara cottage Boepital 16,067.27
City Tra\lrar:' Of~ica 300.23
Santa ~ River Water CODez:vation Di 17.05
Santa Ynes Valley MMrt.iaing council l0,914.43
Belen Scb&lla, M.D. 80.45
Beleaa Scoby S.81
Sheri A.pte 40.64
lira. B. P. 8i9noralli 65.00
Fred Sad.th 8.64
Soutbern C.lifornia Bd.J.aon eo. 6,352.00
Southam california Giia co. 116.13
Lucille Steele 135.00

Shirley lt:ickn1y
Willia a. St:icbey
Jam Str:w
--r1an4 couaty water Iitric:t
MarjoliD WarkeDtiD
Donald B. Weli. K.D.
93.00
s.so
17.52
18.40
25.08
625.00
NUMBER

08611
08612
08613
08614
08615
0861.6
08617
08618
08619
08620
08621.
08622
08623
08624
08625
08626
08627
08628
08629
08630
08631
08632
08633
08634
08635
08636
08637
08638
08639
086'0
086'1.
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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7/73


AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
lcola Willi .
Mary J. Willis
Ila v. Z-n
cu.an Gaagl
37th Ditrict Jgriaultural Aeociation
PurchuJ.a9 Aljenta ltaVOliD9 had
 80Ureea & COllect.i,ona
Irea Tacadu
 tbaa ftpi
Jlichard ftlt
Richard & Ja4y -r-n
Ann 'fb991
Uaiverity of C.liforala
cutia ftanll
Vandenberg Ima
ll9becca Watb
Barbara Welh
lluth Whitfield
Barl Ndlahoa
Jlr  P:E e4 Sima
Joaeph T. rdo. 11.D.
AMOUNT
135.00
25.00
''l
13.80
17.42
2.100.00
1.655.85
1a.oo
a.20
135.00
31.S
135.00
135.00
60.00
175.00
96.7,
14.67
94.50
72.00
60.00
189.42
4.775.09
73.66
11.CM
NUMBER
08642
08643
0864
08645
086'6
086'7
08648
08649
08650
08651
08652
08653
08654
08655
08656
08657
08658
08659
08660
08661
08662
08663
08664
08665

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
- COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
f
PAYEE/REMARKS
Gearral !'elpboa co.
M. J. B--.rec:k
Cit.y of  ota aria
 lc'Mr CODlltractioll
Leland a.~
oois I
l!llcif ic G  &leet.rie co.
Soathen califcaraia vioe co.
aonal.d D. orat., LA. x.
Halliburton  co.
0045
General Telpboae co.
Jopll I'. GEen
Ida  T1nl-r
Lelancl 8. It.ward

0071 0 I
,
AMOUNT

19.2,
35.285.35
25.80
7.090.85
323.50
e.12
290.20
3,000.00
3.000.00
1, 716.36
7,716.36*
198.09
242.90
s.o
.t.&6.39*
75.16
75.l.6
NUMBER
08666
08667
08668
08669
08670
08671
08672
08673
0867
08675
08677
08678
08679
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUNO _ _lKl~ISCS.l~;t~.t~IMMgl!IKO~CJB,L_ _________ DATE ~r 12, 197

PAYEE/REMARKS AMOUNT NUMBER
0170 2 2
A8ociated Stu.deat 182.43 08680
Phil Clavel 79.71 08681
tJnioD 8-.rar co. 246.25 08682
Loal Merlldla BocJnuda 1,207.50 08683
ll.00
Santa Barbara tional Bau 188.32 08684
188.32
1260
3
ao a. Gaddie 17.97 08685
17.97*
1960
Bdward  ftt 2.76 08686
2.76*

PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED



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AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER 
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
FUND
PA YEE/REMARKS
2870
califoxnla CJ.ti  Water co.
Tb9 Foat-ozo co.
hller' tationery  Office lappliPac:
ific Ga  Blectric co.
'l'M aepatlic: 8apply co. of califorala
Grace Riela
~
I-NM! co PU RUT aET ,2922
J-ion conatruc:tion eo. xac 

3300
'1'hamaa a. carroll
Lo Alo ~l~ 8ervlce Di.at
Poatmaater. LOii Al,.
Allbaaaador ~  Dzy Clr
CODeo General SD!f lllriDJ CoDtrM!ton
Senta Barbara C.tllolic: Social SerYice
Santa Brbnra tional Bank

AMOUNT
a.oo
36.60
499.63
lS.'6
18.00
85.6'
3.10
672.86
. 183. 75
23.50
a.oo
215.25*
369.07
2.soe.s9
75.00
1.590.09
 542. 75
NUMBER
08687
08688
.Q8689
08690
08691
08692
08693
0869'
08695 .
08696
08697
00698
08699
08700
08701
08702
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED

 
  
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7/7S
 
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER'S WARRANT REGISTER  . . .
COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA
PAYEE/REMARKS
Judge J Pattillo
'l'Wrrill P. COX J,. o1 the Juatice ct
Judge iltoa BlCODin
AMOUNT
,25.36
68.55
234.63
728.54*
NUMBER
JOOl
J0015

.10016

'
PAID
CURRENT
MONTH
UNLESS
MARKED


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Transfer No. 122
FIRE DEPT.
From:
November 12, 1973
To:
3710/8600 Line Items 26, 57, 61 & 66 $1, 790. 00 3710/8600 2-drawer lateral
file laminated top
Five-drawer later file with
utility shelves $310 ea.
Transfer No . 125
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
From:
0410/8600 Line Item 5
Transfer No . 126
AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
From:
$ -0-
To:
0410/8600
To:
$ 240. 00
$1,550.00
$ -0-
I
'
General Fund (Safety)
General Fund (Regular)
Road Fund
$32,329.91
75, 189. 12
5,348.01
Employees' Retirement Fund $116,333.68
Petroleum Dept. Fund
Emerg. Emp. Act Fund 5
Emerg Emp. Act Fund 6
Trans. Wkg. Capital Fund
S.B. Co. Air Pol. Cont. Dist.
S. B. Co. Fld. Ctl. & Wtr. Cons.
Laguna Co. San Dist.
178 .02
462.09
304.86
438.05
298.81
Dist. 1,590.11
194.70
The Board of Supervisors recessed to sit as Environmental Quality Advisory Agency.
Board of Supervisors Sitting As An Environmental Qua I ity Advisory Agency.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F.
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel I; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
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RE: Matter Relating to the Environmental Quality Act of 1970 and California Supreme Court Decision
on Friends of Mammoth vs. Mono County Involving Environmental Impact Report Requirements for Projects.
RE : TRS Recommendations for Approval of Negative Declarations.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnel I, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in , and carried unanimously ,
this Agency hereby makes a finding and determination in accordance with the recommendations of the TRS
that the following draft Negative Declarations will not have any significant impact on the environment and
are hereby approved as Negative Declarations:
73-ND-422, Atlantic and Pacific Building Corporation,
T ract #11 , 905, proposed division of parcel on property
located approximately 2, 000 feet south of Foster Road,
Orcutt, Fourth District (The Planning Director reported
that two memorandums had been filed with T RS from Flood
Control regarding a drainage matter and from the Depart
ment of Transportation on the proposed east-west expresw
way).
73-ND- 423 , Carl Johnson (in care of Penfield & Smith,
Engineers), Lot Split #11, 909 on Assessor's Parcel 5-400-
20, south s ide of Padaro Lane, Carpinteria, First
District.
The Board of Supervisors reconvened .
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Frost, Charles F .
Catterlin, James M. Slater, Francis H.
Beattie, and Curtis Tunnel l; and J. E.
Lewis, Clerk.
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RE: Report from Environmental Qua I ity Coordinator on Proposed Board Resolution Dissolving TRS
and EQAA and Establishing Revised Environmental Review Procedures.
Deputy County Counsel Trescher summarized the three major changes in procedures spelled
out in detail in the hew "Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act of 197011 ,
copies to which were distributed to those present for information:
1) elimination of TRS and EQAA to be replaced by the Office of Environmental Quality and
the Environmental Quality Coordinator replacing EQAA consideration of approval of ND's and final El R's.
OEQ would take over a great deal of responsibility for various departments.
2) preparation of draft El R's.
3) preparation of ND 's and allowance of time for appeals, etc.
The fee schedule, appearing on page 24 of said Guide I ines, for private projects covered initial
environmental assessment, ND's competent appeal on "Completed ND's Draft EIR prepared by OEQ and
Draft EIR to be prepared by outside consultants pursuant to contract with the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted, entitled "Adopting New Guidelines for Implementation
of the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970 and Establishing Interim Procedures for Environmental
Assessments, ND's or El R's Already Filed":
Resolution No. 73-752
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is further ordered that the Clerk transmit letters of appreciation to members of TRS and EQAA for their
service to the County.
RE: Recommendation of Administrative Officer for Proposed Execution of Release and Transmittal
of Statement to State of Cal ifornia in the Amount of $3, 177. 00 as Reimbursement to the County for Removal
of Cuyama Sign.
This matter has been requested by the State Department of Transportation, since the land
owners of the site of the former sign (estate of Mary Gutierrez) have requested State reimbursement for
termination of their lease. As soon as the State receives the bill and releases signed by the Chairman
of the Board, both parties may be reimbursed .
Deputy County Counsel Trescher explained that the contract was based upon the assumption
that the Cuyama sign was an advertising display. However, if it would have been considered an official
sign, it would not be subject to compensation for its removal.
Miss Trescher outlined two alternatives which she felt the Board should consider on this matter.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is referred back to the Administrative Officer and County
Counsel to renegotiate the matter with State officials.
RE: Authorizing a Revolving Fund in the Amount of $25,000.00 in the County Treasury for Use
by the Auditor-Controller in Establishment of a New Fund to be Designated "Special Investigation Revolving
Fund" to Permit Immediate Dispersment to Authorized Sheriff's Investigators in Connection with Apprehending
Major Narcotics Dealers in the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73-753
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Hearing on Appeal of Robert A. Felburg from Notice of County Petroleum Administrator of
Violation of Sections of the County Code Relative to Oil and Wei Is .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to November
26, 1973 at 10 o'clock, a.m., as requested by Attorney Burton J. Twitchell for the appel lant .
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen from Planning Commission
Denial of Request for Adoption of an Ordinance (73-RZ-28) (Ref. 72-GP-36) to Rezone Property in Solvang,
Third District from Pl to DR-12 District Classification.
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
The Clerk announced that seven letters in favor of the denial had been placed on file.
Attorney Royce Lewellen, representing Avco Savings and Earl C. Petersen, spoke on a related
request to amend the General Plan under 72-GP-36 for the Santa Ynez Valley (GP-4) to change the land
use designation from "Office and Professional" with hospital symbol and "Open Space", to "Residential"
at a density of 3,500 to 6,999 sq. ft. per family .
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Deputy County Counsel Trescher pointed out that no report has been requested to be submitted
on the basis that the Board of Supervisors has not determined under Section 65356. 1 of the Government
Code that the proposed project is in the "public interest". The Board may initiate a change in the General
Plan if it is deemed to be in the best interest, set a noticed hearing and refer the matter back to the Planning
Commission for a report within 90 days.
Attorney Lewellen was concerned about special wording within the notice for a General Plan
change so that at the hearing, a lesser density may be requested and approved. Deputy County Counsel
Trescher indicated the notice can be so set up; however, the Planning Commission would have to be advised
as to reporting on alternatives; otherwise, another report within 90 days would be required.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterlin, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to November
19, at 2 o'clock, p. m. to more fully examine the procedure that is going to be fol lowed.
RE: Continued Hearing on Appeal of J. Marc McGinnes on Behalf of Allen R. Flaeschel from Planning
Commission Denial of Request for Setback Adjustment of Property Located on South Side of Del Norte Drive,
Approximately 443' East of Mendocinp Drive, Goleta, Third District (73-V-44).
This being the date and time set for the continued hearing on subject proposal;
The Planning Director explained that if the applicant intends to proceed with Lot Split #11 , 940,
the new property line (5' wide and 61 long) will have to be recorded, as shown on the screen transparency;
and that the window of the structure located at the easterly edge of subject propery be fi I led in. Then
the need for a Variance would be eliminated and the appel lant can then secure the necessary zoning clearance
on the basis of the ordinance variable setback requirements.
Attorney McGinnes, on behalf of the appellant, agreed to proceed to meet these requirements.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that s ubject hearing be, and the same is hereby, duly and regularly continued to January
14, 1974, for compliance of the two requirements about recording the new property line and filling in the
window of the structure, as hereinabove-indicated, so that the building permit can be issued.
RE: Report and Recommendation of Administrative Officer to Approve in Principle an Unemployment
Ins urance Program for Santa Barbara County Employees and Authorize the Administrative Officer to Draft
a Detailed Plan for the Board's Final Consideration After Meeting with the Concerned Employee Organizations.
Along with subject recommendation was another recommendation that this program be unfunded.
The plan will include a basic benefit of $75. 00 a week for up to 26 weeks for permanent County
employees with at least one year of service who are laid off, due to the e limination of their positions.
Leonard Roders of the Social Services Local Union #535, referred to the request last June
for revenue sharing funds to set up the unemployment benefits.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation be, and the same is hereby, confirmed and that the matter be
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referred to the Administrative Officer to proceed with final plans for funding and work out details for implement tion
for the program to become effective January 1, 1974 and report back to the Board on December 10, 1973.
RE: Request of Supervisor Frost for Study on Feasibility of Free Bus Transportation within Downtown
Santa Barbara.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Santa Barbara Metropolitan
Transit District for a report back on December 3, 1973.
RE: Report and Recommendation from Supervisor Catterl in of Lay Committee Appointments to the
Study Committee on Hospitals.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin , seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 26, 1973.
RE: Request of Supervisor Slater for Modification of Agreement between The Regents of the University
of California and County Regarding Acquisition of Madrid Park, Is la Vista.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 19, 1973.
RE: Report from Administrative Officer for Implementation of a Program for Conservation of Energy.
The report of the Administrative Officer, dated November 12, 1973, indicated that three actions
have already been taken in response to the President's suggestion to conserve energy.
There were a lso four suggestions offered to the Board to consider for further voluntary actions.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Board accept #4 suggestion and direct all County Departments to immediately
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review their operations and offer suggestions to reduce their use of vehicular fuel or other energy and
the Administrative Officer report back on November 26, 1973.
RE: Appearance Before Congressional Committee Regarding Sanctuary Bi lls HR 7500, 3177 ,. and
3178 on Saturday, November 17, 1973 in the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Hearing Room.
It was suggested that Supervisor Slater and Deputy County Counsel Levine appear at said
hearing, as they had appeared before at previous hearings.
Supervisor Tunnell saw no need to appoint a member as a spokesman for the Board, unless
that person represented a majority opinion of it . He said they could appoint the whole Board or have a
minority spokesman. He still does not agree with the personal views of Supervisor Slater on the issue
and if he does appear, it should be made clear that there was a split vote. He suggested to again have
a statement prepared and signed by those members of the Board who are in agreement.
Supervisor Catterl in pointed out that the Board has always consistently given the County's
position and should continue to present its point of view on these sanctuary bills.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried, with Supervisor
Beattie and Tunnell voting "No", it is ordered that Supervisor Slater be, and he is hereby, appointed
as representative of this Board to appear at subject hearing and that Deputy County Counsel Levine assist
in the preparation of this statement.

RE: Report and Recommendation from County Counsel for Appointment of Hearing Officer to Hear
Appeal from Denial by Judicial Review Committee, Santa Maria Hospital of Approval of Application of Dr.
Alexander Zuckerbraun for Major Surgery Privileges.
Subject request for Board appointment was in accordance with the by-laws of the Santa Maria
Hospital. Attorney John Hass had heard this matter previously and perhaps he will agree to serve again.
Alternative procedures are to appoint a committee of two doctors and a lawyer or the Board can hear the
matter itself.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Attorney John Hass be, and he is hereby, appointed subject hearing officer.
RE: Execution of Agreement for Consulting Services for County Mental Health Services Department
with Louis Ski era .
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No. 73- 754
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Recommendation of Park Commission to Establish Park Ranger Explorer Post Program in the
Park Department under the Sponsorship of the Mission Counci I, Boy Scouts of America.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject recommendation of the Park Commission be, and the same is hereby, confirmed
for the fol lowing parks:
First District - Manning Park Second District - Tucker's Grove Third District - Cachuma
Lake Fourth District - Ken Adam Park Fifth District - Waller Park.
RE: Recommendation of Park Commission for Proposed Execution of Assignment of Concession
Agreement for Cachuma Riding and Hiking Trails from John C. Sears to James Flett, Ill, et al.
Hal Bruington, chairman of the County Park Commission, explained the reason why the
recommendation was made to assign the Concession Agreement to James Flett Ill instead of Daniel Wilson.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer, County
Counsel and Director of Parks for clarification.
RE: Communication from Daniel Wi Ison Notifying the Board of Intent to Set I the Cachuma Riding
Concession.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer, County
Counsel, Director of Parks and the Park Commission for clarification as it is related to the proposed Assignment
of Concession Agreement involving Jack Sears.
RE: Report from Chief Probation Officer re Sixth Annual Youth and County G.o vernment Conference.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject report be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.

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Agency, Sol id Waste Management Board, for Comments Regarding Tentative Solid Waste Management Plan.
Following review of the tentative planning guidelines, the Director of Public Works recommended
that the Solid Waste Management Board be advised that the guidelines are acceptable to the County in the
present form. It is anticipated that approval of the plan should be carried through the Santa Barbara CountyCities
Area Planning Council.
Upon motion of Supervisor Tunnell, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the subject recommendation be and the same is hereby, confirmed; and that the Clerk
so notify the State of the Board's action taken this date.
The Board took a five minute recess and reconvened with al I members present and Supervisor
Beattie in the Chair.
RE: Proposed Execution of Revenue Sharing Contract.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda at this time.
RE: Appointment of Members to Senior Citizen's Advisory Commission of the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Reverend Philip Molner of the Emanuel Lutheran Church at 3721 Modoc Road, Santa
Barbara be, and he is hereby, appointed to serve on said Commission to fi 11 the vacancy created by the
resignation of Cyril Rothmund.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Mrs. Anna Laura Myers, 515 Carriage Hill Court, Santa Barbara be, and she is hereby,
appointed to fill the vacancy from the Third District.
RE: Payment for Park Commissioners for Attendance at Regular Park Commission Meetings, as
Requested by Supervisor Frost.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that compensation at the rate $35. 00 per meeting (one meeting per month) be, and the same
is hereby, authorized for payment to the County Park Commissioners for attendance at regular Park Commissio
meetings.
RE: Appointment of Mr. John Rasmussen to Serve on the Second District General Plan Advisory
Committee to Fill the Vacancy Created by Mr. Phil Macias, no Longer Residing in the County.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterlin, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Mr. John Rasmussen, 5189 University Drive, Santa Barbara be, and he is hereby, appointed
to serve on the Second District General Plan Advisory Committee to fill the vacancy created when Mr.
Phil Macias moved away from the area; and that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed
to transmit a letter of appreciation to Mr. Macias for his service with the County.
RE: Request of Mrs. Jean Blair for Legal Opinion Regarding Denial of Lot Split.
Mrs. Blair explained that she had been advised not to file a lot split on her matter.
She explained her discussion with General Manager Nei I Mendenal I of the Montecito County
Water District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, removed from the agenda, with the agreement
of Mrs. Blair.
RE: Communication from Native Daughters of the Golden West, Tierra De Oro Parlour #304 Regarding
State Historical Plaque to be Placed on the Grounds of the Lobero Theatre on February 22, 1974.
Mrs. Dismuke indicated that they wi 11 be looking forward to representation from the Board of Supervisors
on said dedication date.
Cooperation was also requested of the Public Works Department in securing a suitable boulder
upon which to place the plaque and assistance of that Department in readying the plaque for application
thereof.
Upon motion of Supervisor Catterl in, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, acknowleged and placed on file and
the matter referred to the Public Works Director regarding the boulder.
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RE: Proposed Execution of Agreement with Livingston and Blayney, Consultants, for Revision
of County Genera I Plan.
The Administrative Officer submitted a report to the Board dated November 5, 1973, containing
the following recommendations on subject matter:
1) approve and instruct the Chairman to sign the proposed contract with Livingston and Blayney;
2) approve the transfer of $202, 000. 00 from the Revenue Sharing Trust Fund to the Planning
Department Appropriations to provide financing of the contract and augmentation of Planning Department
staff;
3) consider the attached outline for Citizen Participation in the Planning Pr.o cess .
The report dealt in detail with discussion on citizen participation and financing.
On September 4, 1973, the Board authorized County Counsel to prepare a contract which would
provide for the completion of the proposed work program for $410, 000. 00, with a contingency of $40, 000. 00
for unseen cost increases, particularly relative to fees of the contractor, subcontractor's fees and direct
cost. There had been discussion on the Administrative Officer's previous recommendation to reduce the
proposed fee of the $40, 000. 00 and that Mr. Livingston had felt justification for needing this contingency
amount.
With regard to citizen participation, basically, the outline contemplates continuation of existing
Board appointed General Plan Advisory Committees (GPAC) supplemented by a Comprehensive Plan Advisory
Committee (CPAC), which would include representation from public entities not otherwise represented
by the present groups appointed by the Board. At a minimum, membership is proposed to inc lude City
Councilmen, City Planning Commissioners, special district board members, Coastal Zone Conservation
Commissioners, UCSB Chancellor, Vandenberg Air Force Base Commander, National Forest Supervisor,
County Farm Advisor, County Park Commissioner and others, as may be appropriate. To insure coordination,
each of the Board-appointed General Plan Advisory Committees should be requested to designate a representative
to serve on the CPAC. The County Planning Department staff will continue to provide liaison with the
General Plan Advisory Committees and the consultant wi II meet periodically with CPAC. The consultant
wi ll also meet with the General Plan Advisory Committees when critical issues require their presence.
The method of operation was outlined in detailed form in the Administrative Officer's report.
Peter Bakewell, Chairman of the Montecito Citizen's General Plan Advisory Committee, submitted
his letter to the Board, dated November 10, 1973, regarding the "Citizen Participation Outline" and offered
certain comments regarding it. He suggested that the consultants meet with each of the General Plan
Advisory Committees, not less than twice during the first four months and that they should cal I on the
Advisory Committee during the following nine months. It would also appear that CPAC would be so large
with 89 or more persons involved, that it would be, actually, unwieldy and unworkable as a means of
getting input from the various is involved. Ful I advantage should be taken of the General Plan Advisory
Committees, who are free, informed and willing.
Supervisor Slater stated that it was his idea that they previously stated to Livingston
& Blayney and staff members that the Advisory Committees would be as front line communication.
The CPAC group would be too large, but he was in favor of having that group attend local General
Plan Advisory Committee meetings to give important input, evidence and testimony as non-voting members.
Supervisor Tunnell felt that the establishment of CPAC on top of the already existing seven
General Plan Advisory Committees would only add an extra layer of government with which to work.
Perhaps more people could be added to the existing Committees. Also, the Planning Commission could
assume the role for CPAC.
It was pointed out that Mr. Livingston does intend to meet with these Committees and
report back.
The Planning Director said CPAC would report directly to the Board with copies of the
reports furnished to the consultant and Planning Commission on pol icy. This would give the broadest
and most direct pipeline of information.
Supervisor Catterl in suggested concurrence in the Administrative Officer's recommendations,
but eliminate Paragraph 2 of the attached Citizen Participation Outline, regarding the appointment
of CPAC unti I such time as further evaluation can be given as to the best method of structuring CPAC.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Recommendation #1 of the Administrative Officer to approve the contract with Livingston
and Blayney, Consultants; and Recommendation #2 to approve the transfer of $202, 000. 00 from Revenue
Sharing Trust Fund to the Planning Department appropriation be, and the same are hereby, confirmed;
and that on Recommendation #3, pertaining to the Citizen Participation Outline, that Paragraph 2 thereof
be eliminated; that the Citizen Participation Out I ine be modified to show that GPAC wi 11 perform the
function as advisory and I iaison to the consultants and at the option of the Supervisor of the area
being covered, either include members from those stated in Paragraph #2 of said outline or that the
Supervisor of the area being covered instruct GPAC to invite representatives of those bodies to testify
before GPAC in all the areas of the County during the General Plan hearings in a non-voting capacity;
and that the consultants meet with GPAC in al I parts of the County at the earliest possible t ime and
keep in constant touch with them relative to major General Plan decisions as they proceed.
Supervisor Tunnel I pointed out the need for a report on future water requirements in
the County based on land use and including agriculture. It was pointed out that Mr. Livingston wil l
have a subcontractor covering the water business and there is the input which he proposes to use
in the General Plan.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted authorizing the execution of the Consultant Agreement
with Livingston and Blayney for a revised County General Plan:
Resolution No. 73-755
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Subject hearing was continued from the morning session at the request of County Counsel
Kading.
County Counsel Kading commented on the discussion held this morning on a second law
suit which has been filed against the Goleta County Water District. He has gone over that complaint
and it is quite apparent on the face of it that there is no problem and if he were in the position of
the plaintiffs under these pleadings, he would certainly join the County of Santa Barbara, who would
be alone with the defendents, who had taken the action, if the Board proceeds along with Recommendation
#3 of the report from the County Water Advisory Committee.
The action would be an affirmative one outside the scope of the insurance carried by
the County and the entire burden would be upon his office. This being a special action, he would
request special counsel to take up the defense of the County's position on the water situation. He
doesn't believe there is any question but that this is designed in view of incorporating the County.
He commented on the request of the Board with reference to the matter that the County
cannot guarantee a continuous supply of wholesome, potable and healthful water. That section, he
believes, has been misinterpreted -at least he has heard the misinterpretation here; that is, that
the County guarantees the supply of water. He referred to a case involving a Attorney General s
opinion about the word 11guarantee11 and stated, that according to Health and Safety Code Section 40016,
it is the supply of wholesome and potable water. The entire section is under the jurisdiction of
the State Board of Health. All references made in these Code Sections to 11 board11 does not concern
this Board of Supervisors, but the State Board of Health.
There has been, and there is on the books, an amendment which has a public declaration
and a State-wide concern about water. What the State Legislature has done in subsequent Health
and Safety Code Section 40025, has delegated, not to this Board of Supervisors, but to the County
Health Officer the authority to act in those instances about water supply systems between 2-200 users
on behalf of the State Board of Health.
County Counsel concluded that the matter has been preempted by the State and that this
Board of Supervisors has no direction to make any finding. It is entirely up to the County Health
Officer after facts have been presented to him. Also, on the basis of Recommendation #3, this Board
of Supervisors is exceeding its jurisdiction. Also, the cannotation of guaranteeing water is erroneous;
and if the County takes an affirmative action of any kind, that it will be a party to the second law
suit the way it is drafted.
Supervisor Slater asked that if the County Health Officer makes a determination that there
is a potable supply of water, then it has nothing to do with 11continuous11
 County Counsel Kading
referred to the interpretation of the Attorney General's opinion - that 11 continuous11 applies to the pure
and wholesomeness of water and not the amount. The point has never been directly raised as to
11continuous supply". The references are to a continuous supply of potable water.
Supervisor Slater asked if this will be litigated in one of these two law suits referred
to earlier. County Counsel Kading rep I ied that the law suits are directed toward ownership of water
(about the District taking water that may belong to overlying owners) . County Counsel Kading believes
that the rights of ownership and the matter of continuous supply of potable and wholesome water are
two different issues.
With reference to the recommendation #3, as hereinabove-referred to, the word "should",
with regard to not issuing small water system permits, is a mandatory word, which has some significance.
The County Health Officer would have to consider each situation as to whether or not it is potable
water and require an independent consideration in each instance. In referring to the phrase "should
not issue small water system permits" in connection with County Counsel Kading's interpretation of
the Attorney General's opinion, he wondered if this would be so even though some see differently.
County Counsel Kading rep I ied that he has submitted his oral opinion to the Board and it can take
any action it wishes .
. Supervisor Catterl in reiterated that the County Health Officer is acting as an agent of
the State Board of Health whose discretion could not be interfered with by this Board of Supervisors.
With regard to the Attorney General's opinion referred to earlier, County
stated that he has no objection if the Board wants to ask for that opinion in writing.
possibly also wish to employ an outside water specialist to take a look at this.
Counsel Kading
The Board may
Attorney Robert Goodwin, Counsel for the Goleta County Water District asked where the
County Health Officer would get legal advice as to the guidelines to make a determination, as to whether
or not there is a continuous, potable supply of water - would it be the County Counsel or the State?
County Counsel Kading reported that he would have recourse for both.
The question was asked by Attorney Goodwin if there would be some legal basis where
the Board of Supervisors, under zoning, building permits and so forth, could act to restrict the construction
or occupancy of new dwellings which would be dependent upon depleted underground water basins,
if the Board of Supervisors felt that that would present a health and safety problem. County Counsel
Kading replied that this is getting into areas of police powers, as exercised through County planning
and zoning. He has information of an ordinance, which has not yet been approved or enacted, that
would provide a vehicle of restricting contruction of residential or other structures and one of the
factors would be being construction of a water well or that type of thing. He believes that the thinking
is generally, that under the pol ice powers, there could be such a vehicle by which this could be
accomplished.
Attorney Goodwin indicated that his District Board would encourage the Board making
the proposed recommendation as advisory to the County Health Officer and also get the Attorney General's
written opinion regarding the meaning of "continuous potable water".
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With regard to Recommendation #2 about gathering data for the Public Works Director
to make a study on which the problem could be attacked, the County Counsel should be directed to
come back with proposals as to how this could be addressed legally, under his opinion.
The Public Works Director suggested that when a developer comes in requiring a potential
approval of a subdivision, that it could be within the law to require an engineering report on the
source of water qua I ity and avai labi I ity.
Supervisor Slater referred to several recent opinions rendered by the County Counsel's
office and al I of this was quite within the law and quite within the powers of the Board. The Board
should be able to advise its department heads and its staff as to what is intended to done, including
the County Health Officer and staff and the Board would be able to give their opinions on certain subjects
as to the health and safety of some 70,000 people. Now it appears that this is not possible. County
Counsel rep I ied that this Board has always had the prerogative to give advice or suggestions.
Supervisor Frost gave his reasons why he is in favor of the proposed motion. It seems
that the law involved does not cover this County's specific case. In this case, new laws should be
made by a law suit. Why not have the County invite the law suit? By the resulting case law, the
Board would then clarify not only its own situation, but other entities in the same situation.
Supervisor Catterl in stated that he wi II abide by the oral opinion rendered by County
Counsel Kading today.
Upon the roll being called, the following Supervisors voted "Aye", to-wit:
Frank J. Frost, and James M. Slater.
NOES: Francis H. Beattie, Charles F. Catterl in and
Curtis Tunnel I.
The motion made at this morning's session to approve the Recommendation #3 of the County
Water Advisory Committee for the Board to inform the County Health Officer that it is their opinion
that the County should not issue small (2- 200 users) water system permits in the South Coast Water
Basins for the reasons stated therein, failed for a lack of a majority of vote.
County Counsel Kading indicated that he could provide the Board, within this week, an
extensive copy of a residential control ordinance that is now being considered by Marin County, which
may offer a solution to the problem.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the County Counsel check into the County's police powers, as hereinabove-discussed,
obtain the written Attorney General's opinion referred to earlier and report back to the Board on December
10, 1973.
Upon motion the Board adjourned sin,e die.
The foregoing Minutes are hereby approved.
F SH. BEATTIE, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
ATTEST
S, County Clerk
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HOWARD C.
Assistant County Clerk
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November 19, 1973 I
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Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara, State of
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California, November 19, 1973, at 9:30 o'clock , a.m.
Present: Supervisors Frank J. Fros t , James M.
Slater, Francis H. Beattie, and Curtis
Tunne ll; and J. E. Lewis, Clerk.
Absent: Supervisor Charles F. Catterl in
Supervisor Beattie in the Chair
Invocation was given by Rabbi I. B. Ko ll er, Congregation B'Nai B'rith, followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
RE: Approval of Minutes of November 12, 1973 Meeting.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that the reading of the minutes of November 12 , 1973 meeting be dispensed with, and the
minutes approved, as submitted.
RE: Planning Commission Recommendation from Request of Santa Barbara County Department
of Transportation for Proposed Bike Route Element (73-GP-18) of the General Plan for the Montecito Area,
and Adoption of Same as Part of the Amended General Plan, First District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunne l I, and carried unanimous ly ,
it is ordered that Monday, December 31, 1973 at 2 o'c lock p.m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a public hearing on Planning Commission recommenda tion from r equest of Santa Barbara
County Department of Tra ns portation (73-GP-18) for proposed Bike Route Element of the Genera l Plan
for the Montecito Area; and adoption of same as part of the Amended General Plan , First District; per
Planning Commission Resolution No . 73-120; and that notice be given by publication in the Santa Barbara
News-Press, a news paper of general circu lation, as follows, to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Execution of an Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara and the City of Santa Barbara
for Use of 1971 -72 and 1972-73 FY Federal Aid Urban Funds, in the Amount of $208, 450 .00, for the Hollister
Avenue Project #3 047 . 1 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunne l I, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73-756
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Acceptance of Right of Way Grant from Thomas J. Ferguson and Thomas J. Ferguson as
Executor of the Estate of Elsie Ferguson, Deceased, to the County of Santa Barbara, for Dominion Road,
Fifth Di strict, J ob No . 5032. 1.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supe rvisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that s ubject Right of Way Grant, dated August 3, 1973 be, and the same is hereby, accepted
by the County; and the Clerk be, and he is he r eby, authori zed and directed to record subject document
in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Office.
It is further ordered that the Aud itor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to draw
a warrant on Road Fund 4510/7970 in the amount of $10. 00 made payable to Thomas J. Ferguson and
Thomas J . Ferguson as Exector of Estate of Elsie Ferguson as payment for land acqui r ed.
RE: Acceptance of Gift Right of Way Grants from Askel Elbeck and Nana E. C. Elbek and Eleanor
L. Nelson, for Fifth Street, Solva ng, Third District.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carri ed unanimous ly,
it is ordered that subject documents, each dated November 6, 1973 be, and the same a re he r eby, accepted
by the County; and the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to r ecord s ubj ect documents
in the County Recorder's Office.
RE: Authorizing Chairman to Execute Balancing Change Order to Contract with Melcher Construction
Company for Repair of Curbs, Gutters and Driveways on Various Goleta Streets, Job No. 883.2, for
a Total Increase of $2, 208. 00 .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slate r , seconded by Supervisor Tunne l I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to execute s ubj ect Balancing
Change Order.
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RE: Execution of Building Inspection Services Agreement between the County of Santa Barbara
and Vandenberg Development Company for Tract #11 , 785, FY 1973-74.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell , and carried unanimously,
the following resolution was passed and adopted :
Resolution No. 73-757
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Resolution Changing the T itle of the Transportation Working Capital Fund to Specia l Services
Working Capital Fund.
Upon motion of Supervisor S later, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimous ly,
the fo l lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
RE:
Resolution No. 73-758
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
Resolution Establishing a Base Operator Clearing Fund - Lompoc Airport .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fol lowing resolution was passed and adopted:
Resolution No . 73- 759
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
RE: Execution of Releases of All County Claims for Damages to County Property Resulting from
Vehicular Accidents.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and ca rried unanimously,
it is ordered that the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, a uthorized and directed to execute
Releases of all County claims for damages to County property resulting from vehicular accidents, as
fo l lows:
Sammie M. Clark - for Accident on September 29, 1973 on Santa Maria Way, in the amount
of $12. 91.
Sam Ferrare - for Accident on May 24, 1973 in County Parking lot, in the amount of $130. 07 .
It is further ordered that the Director, Department of Resources & Collections be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed to deposit the draft received in ful I settlement therefor to the Road
Fund .
RE: Execution of Grant Deed from the County of Santa Barbara to The Regents of the University
of California Granting Interest in Land Adjacent to Los Carneros Road, Third District, in Accordance
with Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement between Said Parties Dated September 30, 1970.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered t hat the Chairman and Clerk be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to execute
subject Grant Deed, dated November 19, 1973; and that the Clerk be, and he is hereby, authori zed and
directed to record subject document in the Santa Barbara County Recorder's Office.
RE: Request from County Tax Collector that a Warrant be Drawn in the Amount of $274. 21 in
payment of 1973-74 taxes, Tract #11 , 684, Statement #65705, Said Warrant Payable to County Tax Collector
and Don Lewis.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, approved; said Warrant to be payable
to the County Tax Coll ector and the remaining balance of $135. 79 to Don Lewis, 12072 Ora Drive, Garden
Grove, California 92640.
RE: Request of Planning Director from Request of Ted A. Wardell for Refund of Fee Paid in Connection
with 73- ND-413.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimous ly,
it is ordered that the r equest for refund of fee paid, Receipt No. X096735, dated October 1, 1973, in
the amount of $130. 00 be, and the same is hereby, approved on the basis that County Counsel determined
that Wardell Plant Shelters' project did not constitute a "major project" and should have been categorical ly
exempted from environmental consideration.
RE: Request of Welfare Director to Accept $416. 00 Received as Beneficiary of Insurance Policy
by Frances R. Cook, Deceased; and Deposit Said Gift to Santa Barbara County General Fund .
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject request be, and the same is hereby, approved.
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RE: Request of Local Agency Formation Commission for Authorization to Proceed without Notice
and Hearing before LAFCO on 100% Consent Petition for Various Annexations.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the request of Local Agency Formation Commission for authorization to proceed without
notice and hearing on the 100% consent petition received for the fol lowing annexations be, and the same
are hereby, approved; and further waiving consent or right to demand a public hearing on said matter:
a) Annexation of Tract #11 , 581 to County Service Area #5
b) Annexation of Tract #11, 888 to Laguna County Sanitation
Di strict.
RE: Resolutions (2) from City of Lompoc and Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce Urg ing the
State Division of Highways to Proceed with its Project Involving Freeway Construction of Portion of State
Highway 1 Adjacent to the City of Lompoc.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that su bject resolutions be, and the same are hereby, placed on file.
RE: Communication from Summer land Sanitary District re Appointment of Charles M. Ford to
Serve Unexpired Term of Ario Wel ls, Resigned as of September 13, 1973.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Superivsor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, placed on file.
RE: Claims Filed Against the County for Alleged Damages.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater , seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following c laims fi led agai nst the County be, and the same are hereby, referred
to County Counsel, Insurance Carrier and Director of Special Services:
a) Ralph C. Guisinger for Craig A. Guisinger - $419 . 74
b) Samuel T . Lough - $19. 14
c) Patsy R. McGill - $612.56
d) C. N. Peterson - $83. 00
RE: Communication from State Department of Parks & Recreation re Establishment of Coastal
Trail System.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject communication be, and the same is hereby, p laced on fi le.

RE: Recommendation of County Petroleum Admini strator to Approve Riders to Oil Drilling Bonds.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I , and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following r iders to oi I dril I ing bonds be, and the same are hereby, approved:
RE:
Union Oi I Company - United Paci f ic Insurance Company, for Bond No. 311 067 covering well
"Sargent Fee 28X-411
, County Permit No. 3865.
Continental Oil Company - Hartford Accident & Indemnity, for Bond No. 3507930 covering
wel l "United California 87 11
, County Permit No. 3862.
Release of Rider to Oil Drill ing Bond.
Pursuant to the request of the County Petroleum Administrator and in accordance with the
provisions contained in Ord inance No. 1927;
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell , and carried unanimously,
i t is ordered that t he fo llowing rider to oil d r i lling bond be, and the same is hereby, released as to all
future acts and cond itions:
RE:
T exaco Inc. - Travelers Indemnity Company, for Bond No. T-393 coveri ng wel I "Tunnel I
#1 ", County Permit No. 2793.
Publication of Ordinances Nos. 2486, 2487, 2488, 2489 and 2491.
Upon motion, duly seconded, and carried unanimously, it is determined that Ordinances
Nos. 2486, 2487, 2488, 2489 and 2491 have been duly published by the Principal Clerk of the Santa Barbara
News-Press in the manner and form prescribed by law.
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RE: Reports and Communications.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnell, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that the following communications be, and the same are hereby, placed on file:
a) County Health Officer - Report of Money Collected, Animal Control, October, 1973.
b) Director, Air Pollution Control - Monthly Progress Report, October, 1973.
c) Auditor-Controller - audits of Surveyor, January 1, 1971-December 31, 1972; and Carpinteria
Public Cemetery & Guadalupe Cemetery Districts.
RE: Communication from Planning Commission for Information Only.
The fol lowing communication was received by the Board from the Planning Commission for
information only, and ordered placed on file:
a) Granted Conditional Use Permit on request of Charles & Violet Wil I is on behalf of the
Farm House (73-CP-75) to allow detoxification center for six persons maximum at the southeast corner
of Sweeney Road & State Highway 246, Lompoc Valley, Fourth District.
RE: Progress Report from Auditor-Control I er on Financial Management Information System.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to November 26, 1973 at the request
of the County Auditor.
RE: Report from County Clerk on Constitution and Status of County Park Commission.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject report submitted by the County Clerk be, and the same is hereby, accepted
for fi Ii ng.
RE: Assignment of Concession Agreement for Cachuma Riding and Hiking Trails from Jack Sears
to Various Persons.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to December 3, 1973.
RE: Proposed County Petroleum Ordinance with Alternates.
The Clerk read the title of a proposed ordinance entitled "An Ordinance of the County of
Santa Barbara Amending Chapter 25 and Adopting by Reference, the Following Listed Codes and Standards:
American National Standards Institute; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Petroleum
lnstutite; California Uniform Fire Code; and National Fire Protection Association". Reference was also
made to alternates a and b contained therein. It was noted that copies of subject proposed ordinance
be on file in the County Clerk's Office and in the Office of the County Petroleum Administrator in Santa
Maria.
Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Frost, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that Monday, December 31, 1973 at 11 o'clock a. m. be, and the same is hereby, set as the
date and time for a hearing on the proposed adoption of subject petroleum ordinance; and that notice
be given by publication in the Santa Barbara News-Press, a newspaper of general circulation, as fol lows,
to-wit:
(NOTICE)
RE: Progress Report from Director of Public Works on Improvement of Dumping Site on Southern
Pacific Railroad Right of Way, Summerland Area.
Subject report contained a review of demolition disposal control procedures.
The recommendation was made that indiscriminate rubble dumping on the South Coast is
a problem that affects many different agencies and it would be helpful if the State Division of Highways,
the City of Santa Barbara and the County could coordinate efforts and require applicants for permits
to state where excess material was to be placed. Also areas on private property should be located where
controlled dumping could be done under a County land reclamation permit. Several private landfills
would be necessary near Carpinteria, Santa Barbara and Goleta.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Slater, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred back to the Director of Public
Works for further coordination with the various agencies and submit his progress report on December
24, 1973.
RE: Execution of Extension and Renewal of Lease Agreement with Sona-Marin Builders, Inc.,
Roberts & Aguirre,Affiliates, for Petroleum Department Office Space at 1862 South Broadway, Santa Maria
for One Year Term Commencing October 1, 1973 at the Rate of $259. 50 per Month.
November 19, 1973 I
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, continued to December 3, 1973.
RE: Proposed Abandonment of Portion of Certain County Road Known as Montebello Street, T hird
District. (73-R-2)
T he Planning Commission recommendation on subject matter was for approva l of the request
from the Director of Transportation, inasmuch as the proposed abandonment conforms to the General
Plan .
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Upon motion of Supervisor Slater, seconded by Supervisor Tunnel I, and carried unanimously,
the fo llowing resolution was passed and adopted, setting December 10, 1973 at 2 o'clock p.m. as the
date a nd time to hear the proposed abandonment, as recommended:
Resolution No. 73-760
(ORIGINAL IN PERMANENT FILES)
(Taken Out of Order)
RE: Communication from Congressman Wi lliam M. Ketchum Urging Cooporation Regarding Energy
Crisis.
Upon motion of Supervisor Frost, seconded by Supervisor Catterl in, and carried unanimously,
it is ordered that subject matter be, and the same is hereby, referred to the Administrative Officer to
look into such matters in a survey of mass transportation for County employees, car pools, etc and report
back to the Board on November 26, 1973.
RE:
Hill),
Hearing to Consider Correction to 1973-74 Assessment Role Mrs.
300 Las Alturas Road, Santa Barbara.
This being t he date and time set for hear ing on subject matter;
Dale Nelson (Mi Id red E.
Mrs. Dale Nelson made a presentation on why she felt that the Assessor's action to remove
the 1973 Homeowner's Exemption of $1750.00 should be rescinded. The letter to Mr