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Sherlock, 27261 Sherlock Road -- Reso #32-93 <br />4.7 Approved vacation of existing street right of way, Lands of Sherlock, <br />27621 Sherlock Road -- Reso #33-93 <br />Item Removed: <br />4.1 Approval of Minutes: April 21, 1993 (Regular Meeting) <br />PASSED BY CONSENSUS: To continue approval of the April 21, 1993 Regular City <br />Council Meeting Minutes to the next Council Meeting. <br />5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS <br />5.1 Adoption of Ordinance Amending Chapter 3 of Title 6 regarding <br />solid waste (SECOND READING) <br />Council discussed the proposed ordinance and requested clarification on Section 6- <br />3.03 regarding exemptions grandfathered, Section 6-3.06 on the frequency of disposal <br />and Section 6-3.11 concerning disposal of explosive or hazardous material <br />restrictions. <br />Dauber raised the issue of the dumpster on Rhus Ridge noting that the garbage <br />trucks did not go up that street and asked if the residents there paid the base rate. <br />The City Manager responded that they would be required to pay the base rate for one <br />can and Council asked the City Manager to find out how the Los Altos Garbage <br />Company was handling the Rhus Ridge dumpster. <br />Jean Struthers, 13690 Robleda, asked if there was a provision for exempting those on <br />extended vacations and was advised that this was being worked on with the Los <br />Altos Garbage Company. <br />PASSED BY CONSENSUS: To continue the second reading of the ordinance <br />amending Chapter 3 of Title 6 regarding solid waste to the next meeting to allow for <br />clarification of the ordinance sections discussed by Council. <br />5.2 Site Development for Phase I of the Farm Equipment Display Project <br />at the Heritage House for a fence and gravel area location <br />Scott Ellinger, applicant, presented two alternative drawings to the Council for the <br />location of the farm equipment. One was on the side of the patio of the Heritage <br />House and the other was on the Fremont Road side. He further noted that if <br />fencing was considered for each piece of equipment this would double the cost of the <br />project. <br />May 5, 1993 <br />Regular City Council Meeting <br />