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Request
No.
Request
Date
10-Day
Due Date
14-Day
Ext. Date
Status Completed
Date
Requested By Info Requested
Comments/Date Partial
Completed
2014-099 8/22/14 08/29/14 n/a Complete 8/28/2014 L. A. Paterson Email E-Copy of all J
Luma Williams decision
involving former admin
coordinator Leslie Fenton
2014-100 8/21/14 08/31/14 n/a Complete 8/28/2014 L.A.Paterson J ohn Hanson , plantiff v.
City of Carmel and does 1
through 100 def, case no.
M128436
2014-101 8/28/14 09/08/14 n/a completed 9/26/14 by
Colin
Hendricks
Michael
W.Stamp
Please see email-lenghty
request
2014-102 9/2/14 09/12/14 n/a Completed 9/10/2014 L.A.Paterson E-copies of materials
correspondence internally
2014-103 9/2/14 09/12/14 9/4 Complete 9/5/2014 Elissa
Villaponds
copies of your current
commercial solid waste
and recycling
2004-104 9/8/14 09/18/14 complete 9/8/2014 Carolina Bayne Public Consulting Group
contracts - all Invoices
and expenses - all
2014-105 9/8/14 09/18/14 complete 9/12/2014 Carolina Bayne J ob description of IT
Position
2014-106 9/8/14 09/18/14 9/12/2014 9/18/2014 Carolina Bayne Mark Alcodk contract /J uly
& August invoices fo
$28,044.
2014-107 9/10/14 09/20/14 Completed 9/19/2014 Carolina Bayne Contract & invoices for R
Tavenor
2014-108 9/10/14 09/20/14 Conplete 9/12/2014 Carolina Bayne All contract with PCG re:
Nagy Barandes, Carter
Wagenhect since 1-13-13
2014-109 9/8/14 09/18/14 Complete 9/12/2014 Mary Schley 2013 contract with PCG;
sent 9/12/14
2014-110 9/11/14 09/21/14 Complete 9/12/2014 Chris Mack Art work appraisal,
reciepts, etc. emialed on 9-
12-14 to Chris
2014-111 9/12/14 09/22/14 Completed 9/18/2014 Carolyn Hardy Contracts, invoices,
communications - ALL for
Alcock, PCG and Sally
Nagy
2014-112 9/13/14 09/23/14 Completed 9/18/2014 Paterson PCG contracts and staff
reports
2014-113 9/15/14 09/25/14 Completed 9/18/2014 Paterson Michaan Auction
documents
2014-114 9/15/14 09/25/14 completed 9/18/2014 Paterson request from Shapiro 7/10
#084
2014--115 9/15/14 09/25/14 Pending Paterson 1/13 to 9/14 all contacts
with entities /venders
LA waiting for audit on
contracts.
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Request
No.
Request
Date
10-Day
Due Date
14-Day
Ext. Date
Status Completed
Date
Requested By Info Requested
Comments/Date Partial
Completed
2014-116 9/16/14 09/26/14 completed 9/22/2014 Paterson Sue Paul letter of
resignation
2014-117 9/17/14 09/27/14 Completed 9/30/2014 Paterson all PRA request recieved
during 7-1-14 to 8-31-14
Sent on 9/26 except for 5
I could not find. Found
on the 30th and sent.
2014-118 9/17/14 09/27/14 completed 9/18/2014 Bayne Mark Alcock contracts and
invoices
2014-119 9/16/14 09/26/14 complete 9/19/2014 Bayne Sue Paul employment
contract looking for J ohn Barker
2014-120 9/23/14 10/03/14 completed 9/23/2014 C Hardy Sue Paul employment
contract
2014-121 9/25/14 10/05/14 Complete 9/30/2014 cbayne Invoices and contract for
J ohn Barker. Received
document from Mike
Calhoun.
sent email to Dept Heads
2014-122 9/24/14 10/05/14 completed 10/30/2014 Paterson PRA 41-51-65-79-83
2014-123 9/26/14 10/03/14 completed 10/1/2014 Paterson Info on Chilone Payton
departure. Exempt records,
letter sent
2014-124 9/30/14 10/09/14 Completed bayne Deposits and withdrawals
Paul, Mike
2014-125 10/1/14 10/11/14
Complete
10/3/2014 McCloud
J ason Stilwell resignation
for closed session
Lori
2014-126 9/26/14 10/06/14 complete 10/3/2014 McCloud Ian Marin't applicaion Lori
2014-127 10/3/14 10/13/14 pending Paterson contract Atigh, Trainer, Lori-sent Atigh
2014-128 10/1/14 10/11/14 completed 10/8/2014 Paterson Stilwell release Agmt Lori
2014-129 10/1/14 10/11/14
pending
Carolina Bayne
Credit Cardt and attorney
services invoices
Paul, Mike
2014-130 10/7/14 10/17/14 complete mary Schley Friedrichsen's resume Leticia, Lori
2014-131 10/7/14 10/17/14
completed
Paterson
Green, solid, recyling
agreement
Lori
2014-132
2014-133
2014-134
2014-135
PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST LOG 2014

Request No. 2014-102

Information Requested: E-copies of materials correspondence internally;
Michaan's Auctions contracted to sell thirty-six artworks deaccessioned by the City
Council


























City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Public Records Request
City Clerk Department
Due Date:
File No.:J/J/L/
(Office Use Only) (Office Use Only)
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DISCLOSURE UPON REQUEST. Fill out info in box only
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In certain circumstances, the 10 date determination may be extended to an addition 14-days so long as persons are advised.)
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Done: ____ Date:------
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Attach receipt of original request and invoice if applicable
Yvette Oblander
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Yvette
Lori Frontella
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 8:49AM
Yvette Oblander
FW: Public Records Act Request
Please log this in as a PRA, and if you have any information, please let me know.
Thank you
Lori
Lori :fronte{fa, :M.:M.C
Interim City Clerk
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
lfrontella@ci.carmel.ca.us
Office - {831) 620-2007
Fax- (831)620-2004
From: Paterson [ mailto:SebViz2@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 5:48AM
To: Lori Frontella
Cc: SebViz2@sbcglobal.net
Subject: Public Records Act Request
Lori Frontella, Interim City Clerk:
(0{}-;
E-copies of all materials, including but not limited to, correspondence internally between City parties and
externally between City parties and Michaan's Auctions parties, contract(s), invoices, related to the City's
decision to commission Michaan's Auctions to sell thirty-six artworks deaccessioned by the City Council at the
January 2012 and April3, 2012 City Council Meetings and sold at Michaan's Auctions November 2013 Annex
Auction (22 artworks of29 total items sold), December 2013 Estate Auction (6 artworks of6 total sold),
December 2013 Annex Auction (6 artworks of 8 total artworks sold) and January 2014 Annex Auction (2
artworks of2 total rutworks sold) between January 2012- April2012 and around January 2014. Additionally,
correspondence to and from Consultant Sheryl Nonnenberg, Mayor Sue McCloud and any other individuals and
the City, including but not limited to Library director Janet Bombard, Administrative Services Director Susan
Paul, City Administrator Jason Stilwell , Mayor Jason Burnett, related to the sale of the deaccessioned artworks
and the 2007 appraisal of these deaccessioned artworks which show a total appraisal value of $262,450.
L. A. Paterson
1
Lori Frontella
From:
.3ent:
Jason Burnett [jason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:49AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Burnett <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Date: September 16, 2013 at 12:24:54 PM PDT
To: Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att.net>
Cc: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>, Ken Talmage <kktalm@aol.com>,
'Cioud93921@aol.com McCloud" <Cioud93921@aol.com>, Merv Sutton <mervinsutton@att.net>
Thank you Barbara for this question. I believe that Jason Stilwell is in the best position to answer the specifics
of the process.
Thanks,
Jason
Jason K. Burnett
831.238.0009 (cell)
jason.burnett@gmail.com
On Sep 16, 2013, at 11:30 AM, Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att.net> wrote:
Hi Jason S., Jason B. and Ken,
In speaking with Sue and Merv about exhibiting city owned art as pafrt of our Centennial celebration I learned
that
much of what we own has been earmarked for deaccession but has not been sold. The huge German
expressionist?
pasintings too large for hanging; the Cole Weston prints of his father's photos and much more that has been in
storage
for years. Why can't we move ashead now while the art market is hot and sell the art we can not ever use? It
could bring
a hunk of change to help fund the rennovation of the Forest Theater and pay for Centennial expenses. Is the
1
woman
who city paid to categorize the art still around to finish the job. As far as I know she was very competent and
knows her
'msiness. I think putting the disposition and sale of art in her hands would be money well spent. It is time to
unload this
motherlode and make money for CBTS. LLet a professional handle the sale. Hope this moves forward.,
Thanks, Barbara
Barbara Livingston
P.O.Box 6025
Carmel, CA 93921
E. green. gardens@att. net
P. 831.626.1610
2
Lori Frontella
I= rom:
3ent:
Jason Burnett Uason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:48AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att.net>
Subject: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Date: September 16, 2013 at 11:30:20 AM PDT
To: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>, Jason Burnett <Jason.burnett@gmail.com>, Ken
Talmage <kktalm@aol.com>
Cc: "Cioud93921@aol.com McCloud" <Cioud93921 @aol.com>, Merv Sutton <mervinsutton@att.net>
Hi Jason S., Jason B. and Ken,
In speaking with Sue and Merv about exhibiting city owned art as pafrt of our Centennial celebration I learned
that
much of what we own has been earmarked for deaccession but has not been sold. The huge German
expressionist?
pasintings too large for hanging; the Cole Weston prints of his father's photos and much more that has been in
storage
for years. Why can't we move ashead now while the art market is hot and sell the art we can not ever use? It
could bring
a hunk of change to help fund the rennovation of the Forest Theater and pay for Centennial expenses. Is the
woman
who city paid to categorize the art still around to finish the job. As far as I know she was very competent and
knows her
business. I think putting the disposition and sale of art in her hands would be money well spent. It is time to
unload this
motherlode and make money for CBTS. LLet a professional handle the sale. Hope this moves forward.,
Thanks, Barbara
Barbara Livingston
P.O.Box 6025
Carmel, CA 93921
1
)
E. green.gardens@att.net
P. 831.626.1610
2
Lori Frontella
From:
3ent:
Jason Burnett [jason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:48AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.bumett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Jason Burnett" <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: RE: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Date: September 17, 2013 at 3:05:20 PM PDT
To: "Jason Stilwell" <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>
:s it the case that the proceeds of an art sale should/must be used for certain restricted purposes? I believe that is
the case for museums.
Jason K. Burnett
831.238.0009
jason. burnett(a{gmail.com
On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 8:40AM, Jason Stilwell <jstiJwell@ci.carmel.ca.us> wrote:
Hi Barbara et. AI.: an art appraisal and auction are both planned to occur this fiscal year. The auction is of
material previously deaccessed by the City Council while the appraisal is a periodic update of our inventory
and appraised value. It will be interesting how the auction price compares to the appraised estimates; it will
give us a better understanding of the delta between the two numbers and of the strength of the art auction
market. I think that information will be helpful for us to determine if deaccession of additional works is
something that makes sense. Jason S.
-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Livingston [mailto:green.gardens@att.net]
Sent: Monday, September 16, 2013 11:30 AM
To: Jason Stilwell; Jason Burnett; Ken Talmage
Cc: Mayor McCloud; Merv Sutton
1
Subject: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Hi Jason S., Jason B. and Ken,
1
In speaking with Sue and Merv about exhibiting city O\vned art as pafrt of our Centennial celebration I learned
that much of what we own has been earmarked for deaccession but has not been sold. The huge German
expressionist?
1
pasintings too large for hanging; the Cole Weston prints of his father's photos and much more that has been in
storage for years. Why can't we move ashead now while the art market is hot and sell the art we can not ever
use? It could bring a hunk of change to help fund the rennovation of the Forest Theater and pay for Centennial
expenses. Is the woman who city paid to categorize the art still around to finish the job. As far as I know she
was very competent and knows her business. I think putting the disposition and sale of art in her hands would
be money well spent. It is time to unload this motherlode and make money for CBTS. LLet a professional
handle the sale. Hope this moves forward., Thanks, Barbara
Barbara Livingston
P.O.Box 6025
Carmel, CA 93921
E. green.gardens(Q::)att.net
P. 831.626.1610
2
Lori Frontella
From:
3ent:
Jason Burnett [jason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:48AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831 .238.0009
jason. burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>
Subject: RE: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Date: September 17, 2013 at 7:49:30 PM PDT
To: Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att.net>, Jason Burnett <Jason.burnett@gmail.com>, Ken
Talmage <kktalm@aol.com>
Cc: Mayor McCloud <cloud93921@aol.com>, Merv Sutton <mervinsutton@att.net>
Barbara: also, I neglected to mention that Council policy is that proceeds from the sale of City art must be
directed back to preservation and display of the City's art collection. So use of revenue from a sale is
constrained by policy. Jason S.
From: Barbara Livingston [green.gardens@att.net]
Sent: Monday, September 16, 2013 11:30 AM
To: Jason Stilwell; Jason Burnett; Ken Talmage
Cc: Mayor McCloud; Merv Sutton
Subject: How to fund Centennial and other projects
Hi Jason S., Jason B. and Ken,
In speaking with Sue and Merv about exhibiting city owned art as pa:frt of our Centennial celebration I learned
that
much of what we own has been earmarked for deaccession but has not been sold. The huge German
expressionist?
pasintings too large for hanging; the Cole Weston prints of his father's photos and much more that has been in
storage
for years. Why can't we move ashead now while the art market is hot and sell the art we can not ever use? It
could bring
a hunk of change to help fund the rennovation of the Forest Theater and pay for Centennial expenses. Is the
jWOman
who city paid to categorize the art still around to finish the job. As far as I know she was very competent and
knows her
1
business. I think putting the disposition and sale of art in her hands would be money well spent. It is time to
unload this
motherlode and make money for CBTS. LLet a professional handle the sale. Hope this moves forward.,
" hanks, Barbara
Barbara Livingston
P.O.Box 6025
Carmel, CA 93921
E. green.gardens@att.net
P. 831.626.1610
2
Lori Frontella
From:
Sent:
Jason Burnett [jason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:41 AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: Council Packet and Tour/Closed Agenda and PIA packet
Attachments: FINAL February 7, 2012.pdf; ATT00001 .htm; February 6, 2012 Tour & Closed.doc;
ATT00002.htm; piapacket_2012020211 0508.pdf; ATT00003. htm
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason. burnett(@, gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Burnett <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: Fwd: Council Packet and Tour/Closed Agenda and PIA packet
Date: February 2, 2012 at 1:56:37 PM PST
;To: Danielle Ticoulat-Bowers <danielle@burnettecoenergy.com>
Please post to the web (the community section). Thanks.
Jason K. Burnett
831 .238.0009 (cell)
jason.burnett@gmai l.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Molly Laughlin" <mlaughlin@ci.carmel.ca.us>
Subject: Council Packet and Tour/Closed Agenda and PIA packet
Date: February 2, 2012 12:22:20 PM PST
To: "Jason Burnett" <jason.burnett@gmail.com>, <kentalmage@montereywatermill.net>
Cc: "Jason Stilwell" <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>
1
Here is the Council packet for Tuesday plus the agenda for the Tour/Closed Session (no Tour for you, Jason B, as you live
too close) . Also, there will be a very short meeting of the Public Improvement Authority immediately after the Council
meeting to ratify the audit . That packet is also included here.
2
Lori Frontella
From:
Jent:
Jason Burnett Oason.burnett@gmail.com)
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:40AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: Email 32 of 34
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Burnett <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: Email 32 of 34
Date: September 30, 2013 at 3:31 :20 PM PDT
To: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att. net>
Date: Wed, Sep 18,2013 at 12:27 AM
Subject: Fwd: How to fund Centennial and other projects
To: Jason Burnett <Jason.burnett@gmail.com>, Ken Talmage <kktalm@aol.com>, "Cloud9392l@aol.com
McCloud" <Cloud9392l @aol.com>, Merv Sutton <mervinsutton@att.net>
I realized I didn;t copy the 4 of you on my reply to Jason S. Barbara
Begin forwarded message:
>From: Barbara Livingston <green.gardens@att.net>
> Subject: Re: How to fund Centennial and other projects
> Date: September 17, 2013 9:24:20 PM PDT
>To: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel. ca. us>
>
> If we gain a big profit from the sale I wish it could go to the preservation of the arts as defined by the Forest
Theater.
'> A case cojuld be made. Thanks, Jason. Barbara
J
>On Sep 17,2013, at 7:49PM, Jason Stilwell wrote:
>
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>> Barbara: also, I neglected to mention that Council policy is that proceeds from the sale of City art must be
directed back to preservation and display of the City's art collection. So use of revenue from a sale is
constrained by policy. Jason S.
>>
-------------------------------------
>> From: Barbara Livingston [green.gardens@att.net]
>> Sent: Monday, September 16, 2013 11:30 AM
>> To: Jason Stilwell; Jason Burnett; Ken Talmage
>> Cc: Mayor McCloud; Merv Sutton
>> Subject: How to fund Centennial and other projects
>>
>> Hi Jason S., Jason B. and Ken,
>> In speaking with Sue and Merv about exhibiting city owned art as pafrt of our Centennial celebration I
learned that
>> much of what we own has been earmarked for deaccession but has not been sold. The huge German
expressionist?
>> pasintings too large for hanging; the Cole Weston prints of his father's photos and much more that has been
in storage
>> for years. Why can't we move ashead now while the art market is hot and sell the art we can not ever use? It
could bring
>> a hunk of change to help fund the rennovation of the Forest Theater and pay for Centennial expenses. Is the
woman
>> who city paid to categorize the art still around to finish the job. As far as I know she was very competent
and knows her
>> business. I think putting the disposition and sale of art in her hands would be money well spent. It is time to
unload this
>> motherlode and make money for CBTS. LLet a professional handle the sale. Hope this moves forward.,
>> Thanks, Barbara
>>
>>
>>
>> Barbara Livingston
>> P.O.Box 6025
>> Carmel, CA 93921
>> E. green.gardens@att.net
>> P. 831.626.1610
>>
>>
>>
>
> Barbara Livingston
> P.O.Box 6025
> Carmel, CA 93 921
> E. green.ga.rdens@att.net
> P. 831.626.1610
>
>
>
Barbara Livingston
P. 0 .Box 6025
Carmel, CA 93921
2
E. green.gardens@att.net
P. 831.626.1610
3
Lori Frontella
From:
Sent:
Jason Burnett Uason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:40AM
To: Lori F rontella
Subject: Fwd: petition
Possibly responsive to the PRA.
Jason Burnett
831 .238.0009
jason. burnett(a).gmail. com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Burnett <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: Fwd: petition
Date: July 23, 2014 at 9:22:56 PM PDT
To: Steve Dallas <sgdallas@yahoo.com>, Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci.carmel.ca.us>, Carrie Theis
<carrie@hofsashouse.com>, Victoria Beach <VBeach@ci.carmel.ca.us>, Ken Talmage
<kentalmage@montereywatermill.net>
FYI. Please do not respond.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason. burnett(W,gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: Jason Burnett <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: petition
Date: July 23, 2014 at 9:20:46 PM PDT
To: Sue McCloud <Cioud93921 @aol.com>
Sue,
As you likely know, Carolina Bayne is citing the art deaccessioning as one of the 9 reasons for calling for Jason
Stilwell's resignation. As the art deaccessioning was done because it was a priority of yours and the primary
City Council action was taken while you were mayor, I would respectfully request that you let Carolina know
that it is not fair to try to hold staff accountable for this action of the City CounciL I have already told her this
but I think it would carry more weight to hear it from both of us.
1
I appreciate your attention to a fair and honest treatment of staff.
Thank you,
Jason
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.bumctt@gmail.com
2
Lori Frontella
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Attachments:
Possibly response to PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason.burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
B4C Uason. burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:39AM
Lori Frontella
Fwd: Deaccession Memo
deaccession memo.docx; ATT00001.htm
From: Jason Stilwell <jstilwell@ci .carmel.ca.us>
Subject: Deaccession Memo
Date: May 22, 2014 at 4:39:29 PM PDT
To: "Carrie Theis (carrie@hofsashouse.com)" <carrie@hofsashouse.com>, "'jason@burnettforcarmel.com"'
<jason@burnettforcarmel.com>, "Ken Talmage (kktalm@aol.com)" <kktalm@aol.com>, steve dallas
<sgdallas@yahoo.com>, Council Member Beach <vebeach@gmail.com>
Cc: Janet Bombard <jbombard@ci .carmel.ca.us>
Mayor and Council: please see the attached correspondence regarding the results of the City's recent deaccession
'lrocess. Jason
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City Administrator's Office
Date:
To:
From:
May 22, 2014
Honorable Jason Burnett, Mayor, and
Members of the City Council
Jason Stilwell, City Administrator
Subject: Art Deaccession Auction
In 2009, the City contracted with consultant Sheryl Nonnenberg to prepare a
management policy and procedures for the City's art collection. Under the terms
of the contract, Ms. Nonnenberg was tasked with the following:
developing policies for managing the City's art collection, including art
accession and deaccession policies
making recommendations to the City for deaccessioning specific items
determining the best methods for proceeding with the deaccessioning
On June 3, 2010, the Council adopted Resolution 2010-43, which defined the
scope of the City's art collection and authorized Ms. Nonnenberg to begin a
process for deaccessioning art that did not fit the parameters of the adopted Art
Collection Management Policy.
On November 1, 2011, the Council approved the Deaccession Policy for the Art
Collection, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea (attached), which includes a set of criteria
for deaccessioning artwork.
At the January 10, 2012, and April 10, 2012 meetings Council approved the
deaccessioning of 35 City artworks from a list compiled by Ms. Nonnenberg.
Ms. Nonnenberg felt that given the limitations of staff and budget, the actual
process of deaccessioning the art would be best undertaken by a professional
auction house. She contacted six auction houses: Sotheby's, Bonhams and
Butterfield, Clars, Michaan's Auctions, DGW Auctioneers, and Hambrooks.
Based on her conversations with the auction houses and their proposals,
Nonnenberg recommended using either Clars or Michaan's Auctions. Staff, after
conversations with both companies, determined that Michaan's Auctions offered
the most attractive terms: a 10% commission on the hammer price of all items,
and a 1.5% insurance fee on the hammer price.
The sale of the 35 artworks realized $9,680.14. Please let me know if I can
provide any additional information.
Attachment: Deaccession Policy for the Art Collection, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Deaccession Policy for the Art Collection, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Deaccessioning is the formal process of removal of an object from a collection. The City
of
Carmel's deaccession policy must seek to strike a balance among the following three
considerations:
1. The fiduciary obligations with respect to the preservation of the art collection,
which the
City owes to persons who have donated to the collection as a public trust and for
those
individuals, the residents of Carmel, for whose benefit the City has undertaken to
preserve the collection.
2. The City's need to periodically renew and alter its collection policies.
3. The City' s need to selectively refine its existing collection in order that it remains
consistent with these policies.
GASB 34 requires that the City have a current appraisal of its assets. In order to fulfill
this
mandate, the City has determined that the art collection shall be appraised every five
years.
Recommendations regarding possible deaccessioned objects will be made following
review of
the appraisal report.
Criteria (or Deaccessioning
All artworks owned by the City, whether acquired through donations or any other
method, are
eligible for the deaccessioning process. In the case of donated artworks, all legal
documents
relating to the donation will be consulted prior to beginning the process. No artwork shall
be
deaccessioned unless it meets at least one of the following criteria:
1. Its retention would be inconsistent with the established Scope of Collection
(approved by
City Council in June, 201 0).
2. The object is proven to be a fake or forgery.
3. The collection would be improved ifthe object is deaccessioned and a better
example
from the same historical period or by the same artists or from the same art
movement or
period is acquired.
4. It is a duplicate or of inferior quality to another identical or similar article in the
City' s
collection.
5. The object has deteriorated to such a poor physical condition that it is not possible
or
practical for the City to adequately conserve it, or a restoration would be so
extensive that
it would destroy the integrity of the work.
6. Deaccessioning of the object would help to eliminate an over-representation in an
historical area of an artist or movement in the collection.
7. It cannot be adequately stored or cared for.
8. It is in such bad condition or in such a bad state of deterioration that it is useless
as part of
the City collection.
9. A clear determination has been made that the City does not hold legitimate title
to the
work.
10. The object lacks significant artistic or historical merit.
11 . The artwork endangers public safety.
12. The artwork will never, in all likelihood, be placed on display because of size,
weight or
lack of a suitable site.
Restrictions
A work may not be deaccessioned or disposed of in violation of restrictions stated in the
original
deed of gift, purchase agreement, or in other documents pertaining to the acquisition of
the work
unless there is written approval of such action from the donor or the donor' s legal heirs.
Authorization o{Deacessioning
The object intended for deaccession shall be recommended by staff to the City
Administrator and
approved by City Council.
Following the action of the City Council, staff shall in good faith send a letter to the
donor' s last
known address and to the donor at General Delivery in the city of the donor' s last known
address
advising them of the City's intention to deaccession the work or works. This step need
not be
taken if the donors signed a release at the time of the donation.
Procedures (or Disposal
The possible methods include: sale of art by city via a public sale, sale of art by an art
dealer or
sale of work via competitive bidding through an established auction house. Preference
shall be
given to disposing of deaccessioned objects in public sales, but other methods may be
selected
after the advantages and yields of the different methods and the best interests of the City
have
been examined.
Those objects that will be sold which, in the best estimation ofthe City, have an insured
value of
over $500, will be appraised by an outside appraiser at the expense of the City.
No works of art may be sold, traded or transferred to members of the City Council, City
staff or
their agents.
City staff or agent will negotiate with the public auction house the terms for sale of
deaccessioned objects, and a copy of the executed agreement will be kept in the City' s
records.
Proceeds from the Sale o(Deaccessioned Objects
Regarding proceeds from the sale of deaccessioned objects, the American Association of
Museums' Information Fact Sheet - Ethics of Deaccessioning quotes:
The American Association for State and Local History's Statement of Professional
Standards
and Ethics specifies that "Collections shall not be deaccessioned or disposed of in order
to
provide support for institutional operations, facilities maintenance, or any other reason
than the
preservation or acquisition of collections. "
All proceeds from the sale of deaccessioned works of arts will be used to purchase other
works
for the collection, or to restore and maintain works already owned by the City.
Deaccession Records
The City of Carmel will maintain permanent records of all deaccessions including all
legal
documents pertaining to the acquisition, deaccession and disposal of each object
deaccessioned.
Lori Frontella
From:
1Sent:
Jason Burnett Uason.burnett@gmail.com]
Friday, September 05, 2014 9:38AM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Fwd: petition
Possibly response to PRA.
Jason Burnett
831.238.0009
jason. burnett@gmail.com
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Jason Burnett" <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Subject: Fwd: Re: petition
Date: July 24, 2014 at 5:44:45 AM PDT
To: "Jason Stilwell" <jstilwell@ci .carmel.ca.us>
Seems upset the City didn't continue hiring her friend.
Jason K. Burnett
831.238.0009
---------- Forwarded message ___ .:, _____ _
From: Cloud93921@aol.com <Cloud93921 @aol.com>
Date: Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 11 :04 PM
Subject: Re: petition
To: "jason.burnett@gmail.com" <jason.burnett@gmail.com>
Jason
I would be happy to discuss this with you and Carolina--but let's review 2 separate issues --
First...yes, when I was Mayor, we had the City's collection inventoried and reappraised by a credentialed appraiser,
defined as to what it was composed of and policies written for accessioning and deaccessioning. We then put before
the Council (of which you were a member) a number of items for possible deaccessioning and it was decided to
deaccession 35 pieces. I then left office.
Second .. . To actually realize the deaccessioning Sheryl Nonnenberg, the woman who had written the policies, defined
the collection and made the recommendations for sale, offered her services to the City to select the auction house, and
see the sale through to conclusion for as I recall a flat fee of $5k. To my knowledge she was never responded to or a
counter offer made. She has been associated with the Stanford Museum and for a number of years with the Anderson
collection, is a published writer on art and if I remember correctly had some official function with the City of Palo Alto.
They live in Menlo Park or Atherton and have a home here in Carmel as well.
1
I kept inquiring about the projected sale and learned the identity of the auction house the City had selected and that the
auction was finally planned for last November and being handled by Janet Bombard. Sometime after that date,
perhaps late Dec or early Jan, at a chance encounter at City Hall, I asked Janet how the sale had gone and she
said she was waiting for a final accounting. I have auctioned things in SF, DC and NYC and I knew results were always
available immediately thereafter. Repeated inquiries to Jason Stilwell and Janet brought no response, so finally on May
15 I put in a PRA request. The 10 days were up on a Friday and I received a response one half hour before the
deadline which was all the accountings from Michaans in the East Bay. I was floored to find that the 35 items appraised
for almost $275,000 were sold for the sum of $9,648.
6 of these items were received in early 2000 and 3 were appraised for $30K each and 3 for $32K each ... 3 were then sold
for $10 each and 3 for $5 each less commission etc. In the case of the 3 by the German artist Haegele who is no
longer living and had been purchased from the Hart Gallery in Carmel, we had been told that the Haegele family in
Germany was trying to buy back his works so I had shared this with both Jason and Janet and suggested that they might
want to contact the Hart Gallery (which has now closed its Carmel Gallery and moved to their Gallery in Palm Dessert).
It doesn't appear that this was ever done.
I could not find that any reserves were established, many of the items were not auctioned in the main gallery but a
building which from photos looked like one big garage sale.
So the 2 separate issues are that yes you and I and Council decided to sell 35 items, but the selection of the Auction
House, and all related arrangements for sale etc were
made under your administration. I have subsequently learned that a couple of days before I received the answer to my
PRA request, Jason sent a memo to Council with the policies for accessioning and deaccessioning attached. At the
bottom of the memo is a sentence that read" the 35 items realized a sale price of $9,648". I have frankly been appalled
that no Council member appears to have read or remarked on the memo and the 35 items of art sold for $9,648. Is this
good stewardship of City assets?
I would be happy to share the above with Carolina.
sue
In a message dated 7/23/2014 9:20:50 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, jason.burnett@gmail.com writes:
Sue,
As you likely know, Carolina Bayne is citing the art deaccessioning as one of the 9 reasons for calling for Jason
resignation. As the art deaccessioning was done because it was a priority of yours and the primary
City Council action was taken while you were mayor, I would respectfully request that you let Carolina know that
it is not fair to try to hold staff accountable for this action of the City Council. I have already told her this but I
think it would carry more weight to hear it from both of us.
I appreciate your attention to a fair and honest treatment of staff.
Thank you,
Jason

Jason Burnett
831 .238.0009
jason.burnett@gmail.com
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May 10,2008
TO: Rich Guillen, City Administrator, City of Carmel by the Sea
FROM: Sheryl Nonnenberg
SUBJ: Art Collection Management Policy
In June of2007, I prepared an Assessment of the City of Carmel by the Sea Art
Collection. This Assessment detailed some of the components of both a Collection
Management Policy and Collection Management Procedures. The purpose of this
document is to provide further information regarding these crucial areas of Collection
Management.
The City of Carmel finds itself in a very unique situation, in regards to the collection of
art. The City owns approximately 1000 works of art, almost all of which have been
donated over the past ninety years. The City does not have an art museum, or even an art
center, and therefore the art has been kept mainly in storage. The City also has not
allocated funding for the care ofthe art, either in the form of personnel or
storage/equipment devoted specifically to the collection. The recent appraisal, performed
by Ellen Ostercamp, revealed that the collection contains a number of valuable works of
art. It also revealed that there are works that require conservation and that some works
have been detennined to be missing. The City of Carmel cannot be expected to fulfill the
mandates of a museum (to collect, preserve, exhibit and educate) but it can be held to a
fiduciary and stewardship standard of conduct, since the art collection belongs to the
residents of Carmel. In order to meet these standards, it is necessary to approach the art
collection in a defined, systematic manner with goals and objectives that can be
expressed in a Collection Management Policy. Once the Plan is established, the next step
is to determine specific Collection Management Procedures.
The Principles of Collections Management, as applied to museums, can also be applied in
regard to the City of Carmel art collection. Specifically, they are:
accountability/preservation and accessibility/use. As a municipal government, the City is
responsible for capital inventory (the art) and for maintaining it to the best of the City's
ability. Similarly, the City has an obligation to share the art collection with the residents,
which it has attempted to do via displays in city-owned buildings. Portions of the art
collection have also been made available for loans to outside agencies. A formal
Collection Management Policy would fulfill a fiduciary responsibility, demonstrate
stewardship of the art, mitigate any legal or ethical problems that may arise and clarify
roles and responsibilities, in regards to care of the art. The establishment of a Collection
Management Policy is, most importantly, a means of accountability demonstrating to the
residents of the City of Carmel that they can have confidence that the City is managing
the art collection in a planned and professional manner.
Because of the unique nature of the Carmel art collection, i.e., administered by a city
government, rather than by a museum, I am suggesting that the main components of the
Collection Management Policy be:
--Statement of Purpose
--Statement of Authority
--Definition/Scope of Collection
In my June, 2007 Assessment these components are addressed in the following sections:
Scope of the Collection, Collection Parameters and Care and Management of Art.
The Collection Management Procedures, which are the specific mechanisms to
implement Policy include the following:
--Acquisition/ Accession
--Deaccession
--Preservation
--Collections Information
--Security
--Inventory
--Loans
--Intellectual Property Rights Management
Again, the 2007 Assessment addressed several of these procedures, including
Acquisition/Deaccession, Display/Preservation and Loans. In my proposal to the City
(April, 2007) I have detailed the following areas that I, working as a consultant in the
capacity of Art Collection Manager, would be willing to undertake:
--Data Entry in specialized gallery software (Collections Information)
--Undertake annual inventory of collection
--Recommendations regarding storage and security
--Recommendations regarding conservation/preservation
--Resource/Research Intellectual Property Rights Management, if needed.
Obviously, the first step in the process is to obtain the City Council's approval and
support for a Collection Management Plan. I will be happy to work with City staff in
developing this report to Cotmcil. Given the negative publicity generated
by the recent disappearance of key works of art, as well as the value of the collection,
as determined by the recent appraisal, I am hopeful that this support will be forthcoming.
An integral aspect of the success of the Plan is the hiring of an Art Collection Manager.
If the City Council funds the Plan, I will undertake the responsibility of implementing the
Collection Management Procedures.
As summarized in my Assessment of2007, the City of Carmel art collection is an
important asset, both as an art collection and an historical record of the many artists and
art collectors who have lived and worked in the area. It is incumbent upon the City to
preserve and protect the collection, in an efficient, professional and fiscally responsible
manner. The hiring of a Collection Manager, the establishment of a Collection
Management Plan and the implementation of Collection Management Procedures will
fulfill these goals while ensuring the future of the City of Carmel by the Sea Art
Collection.
Attachments:
Assessment of City Art Collection
Resume, Sheryl Nonnenberg
Proposal for Services
TO: Christie Miller, Community Services Manager, City of Carmel by the Sea
FROM: Sheryl Nonnenberg
Date: June 25, 2007
Subject: Assessment of City's Art Collection
BACKGROUND
In May of 2006, the City Council voted to approve funding for a complete
inventory/ appraisal of City-owned art. The collection, which numbers more than 1,000
pieces, is located in various sites throughout the city (City Hall, Harrison Library, Sunset
Center, etc) and was last appraised in 2000. Professional appraiser Ellen Osterkamp was
awarded the contract and completed the appraisal in June of2007.
Utilizing the information gained from the current inventory/appraisal, as well as the art
historical documentation gathered by Amy Essick (2000 appraisal), I have been asked to
make recommendations regarding the future management of the art collection. This
report will include those recommendations, including:
--Scope of collection
--Care and management of art
--Acquisition/Deaccession
--Display of art
--Loan policies
A city-owned art collection, especially one that has been largely formed by donations, is
a very unique entity. For many years, the art work has been allowed to accumulate,
reside in inadequate storage and, in some cases, disappear, without supervision or
oversight. It is now apparent that the City of Carmel owns a number of valuable art
works, as well as art that reflects the history of the city and region. It is incumbent upon
the City of Carmel to care for and manage this valuable asset in the most efficient and
professional manner possible. The City of Carmel has a small staff, limited budget and
no one, at the time, who has the background or expertise to manage such a large art
collection. In spite of these limitations, I believe that steps can be taken to provide
curatorial care for the art, fulfilling the City's obligation as owners and overseers of an art
collection, with due diligence and commitment that will ensure the future of the
collection for generations to come.
SCOPE OF THE COLLECTION
The City art collection has been in existence, and has steadily grown, for over a period of
perhaps fifty years. Because there are few records regarding acquisitions, we cannot put
a definite date on when art began to be collected, or if there were any stipulations
regarding acquisitions. We do know that Ella Harrison bequeathed prints, books and
other object d'art in 1927, when she willed funds for the building of the library.
This, then, can be considered the basis of the City art collection. I feel it is vital to the
success of the management of the art collection that ALL art inventoried and appraised be
considered part of the City of Carmel Art Collection, as a whole. To view the art in
segments, i.e.; the Harrison Library Collection, the Park Branch history collection, etc. is
divisive and will result in inefficient and uneven care and management. In other words,
all art in the collection is owned and managed by the City of Carmel, which is
responsible for determining policies and procedures to ensure a professional standard of
curatorial administration.
In terms of quality/value of the art, there is a very wide range. There are paintings that
have no artist signature that were probably left after a local competition and there are
notable examples of art by well-known regional artists who now command a high price.
I have reviewed each work of art represented in the Osterkamp inventory and the
majority of works reflect some sort of affiliation with Carmel or its surrounding area.
Those that do not will require consideration as to whether they should be retained or
deaccessioned. This will be discussed later in this report.
In order to have a collection that best reflects the long and important historic heritage of
the Carmel area, I am suggesting that the following parameters be adopted. By having a
pre-determined scope of collecting, the City will be able to:
1) Have a defined area of collecting that has historic meaning and relevance.
2) A void becoming a repository of unwanted art.
3) Be able to focus resources and staff on a manageable municipal collection.
Rather than attempting to have an encyclopedic collection that has no areas of strength, I
am suggesting a strong regional collection that reflects the wealth of artist, writers and
poets who have lived/worked in Carmel since its founding.
COLLECTION R M E T E R ~
1. Work by artists who have lived, worked, taught in Carmel. Also those who
studied or belonged to regional art associations, such as the Carmel Art
Association.
This is probably the largest parameter, and includes such famous artists as Edward
Weston, Armin Hansen, Mary DeNeale Morgan and Jules Tavernier. Works by these
early California artists are now quite collectable and fetch high prices at auction.
There are also contemporary Carmel artists represented, such as Dick Crispo and
Bill Bates, current members of the Carmel Art Association.
2. Art of or about Carmel localities. This category includes artists who may not
have lived in the area, but used it as subject matter in their work.
Examples in this category would include George Demont Otis and Stanley Wood
3. Art pertaining to Carmel history (people and places). Again, artists who may
or may not have lived in the area.
Examples in this category include portraits/busts of such notable Carmel figures as:
George Sterling, Robinson Jeffers, J.F. Devendorf and art work such as the Forest
Theater Posters.
4. Art that can be safely, effectively and appropriately cared for by the City staff.
Concerns here include: stability, size, storage ramifications and possibility for
public display.
Examples of art that do NOT fit in this category include the recent gift of abstract
paintings by Rudolf Haegele. They are large, contemporary works that do not fit into the
categories listed above, and, because of their scale, are difficult to store. As such, they
would be prime candidates for deaccessioning.
5. Contemporary art by established artists, with subject matter, such as
seascapes, that can be related to the history/geography of Carmel.
This category is included so that the City can have some flexibility in collecting works
that would be assets, both in terms of monetary value and in rounding out a possible
museum collection (should a museum be established in the future) .
A good example in this category would be the work of Roy Lichtenstein. He was a well-
known artist, his art is valuable and, although he had no connection with Carmel, the
subject of his work "Night Seascape Banner" is applicable to a collection that includes
many works that focus on the sea.
CARE AND MANAGEMENT OF ART
Because of limited resources and staffmg, the art collection has received minimal
attention over the years. A majority of the art remains in storage, although the opening of
the renovated Sunset Center allowed for more pieces to be publicly displayed. There
have been concerns raised about possible thefts of numerous works of art, as well as
issues regarding the condition of many pieces (I refer to Ellen Osterkamp's Condition
Report). In order to remedy this situation, I would like to make several
recommendations:
1. The art should be placed under the supervision of one person, preferably with an art
history or museum background. I have submitted a proposal offering my services
as Art Collection Manager, on a consulting basis. There are many advantages to
this: one person is responsible for the administration and care of the collection,
collectors know that they can donate work to the City and be assured that it will be
cared for properly, and procedures and policies can be implemented, insuring the
fulfillment of legal and ethical mandates surrounding the care of a municipal
collection. I would suggest that the Art Collection Manager report to the
Community Services Manager and be available, if needed, to report to City Council
on matters pertaining to the art collection.
2. Ideally, all of the art should be stored in one central location. At the present time,
art can be found (or not found) in various buildings, most lacking in modem storage
features like light and humidity control, and fire prevention measures. Equally
important, each and every work of art could then be tracked using art inventory
software. All relevant historical data would be on record, and the software could be
used to keep track of loans, and relocation of art throughout the city venues. By
having the art stored in one central location, an annual inventory could be
conducted, providing accountability and avoiding art that "walks away."
3. There should be an effort made to display as much art as possible, as often as
possible. In this respect, the City of Carmel art collection is like many musewn
collections, with the majority of art in storage and never seen. To that end, the Art
Collection Manager could establish a list of possible public display sites (city
offices, lobbies, perhaps local galleries) and oversee a schedule of public displays,
with security being a prerequisite. And art should be rotated in and out of the
determined venues so that more art can be seen and for conservation purposes, so
that the art is not constantly exposed to harmful elements like light and humidity.

Historically, it seems that the City (with its various departments acting independently)
has accepted virtually everything that has been donated or offered. I would suggest that
the city adopt one acquisition policy (there is record of a draft policy dating May 16,
2005) that is adhered to by all city departments. The Parameters above could be the basis
for this policy, with the Art Collection Manager being the point person for donation
inquiries. The Art Collection Manager could then prepare a report for Council regarding
the proposed donation, with Council having the ultimate decision.
In a similar vein, if the City is interested in acquiring (via purchase) a work of art, the Art
Collection Manager could do the necessary research (contacting the artist, establishing
provenance, securing a price, etc) that might make the transaction possible.
The topic of deaccessioning is a thorny issue; many musewns have come under attack in
recent months for their attempts to raise operating funds via the sale of art. As stated
earlier, most art in the Cannel collection has been donated, some by artists themselves,
some by residents who were collectors. Some of the art is well-docwnented, but most of
it is not.
I would suggest that the Art Collection Manager would be the person to research
appropriate policies regarding deaccessioning, looking first at those of the American
Association of Museums. It would. also be important to adhere to the California Resale
Royalties Act, which states that "if a deacessioned work of art is sold, 5% of the sale
price of any work valued over $1 000 will be given to the artist who created it.. if he or she
can be found. If not, the royalty reverts to the California State Arts Council."
It will be necessary to review each work of art, determine if it fits into the parameters of
the collection and then come to a decision regarding possible deaccession. This is vital
for a variety of reasons: the sheer volume of art work makes storage physically, and
financially, a drain on the city. In addition, paring down the collection to what is
appropriate and what is most valuable will make it more conducive to good collection
management.
Some of the decisions, such as the Haegele gift, are relatively easy. Others will be more
difficult. A case in point is the Ella Harrison gift. Some of the etchings in the collection
located at the library have been definitely attributed to the Harrison gift; some have not.
These items include valuable prints, books, sculptures and photographs that may not fit
into the art collection parameters. They would fetch a good sum at auction (funds that
could be funneled back into the care of the art collection) but is it appropriate to
deaccession works from this foundation collection -one that resulted in the donation of
many important works of art that are now hanging in the Harrison Library?
My opinion is this, since objects such as rare literary letters and etchings by Rembrandt
do not fit into the criteria of a regional collection, and since the works are not available
for either display or for research purposes, it would be appropriate to sell these objects.
One criteria for deaccession that might be employed is the number of works represented
by one artist. For example, there are many, many works by several artists
(Mabel Babcock, Mary Louise Van Horn, M. Louise Hutchinson) that are not highly
valued and represent a challenge, in terms of care and storage. My recommendation
would be to keep a representative sample of these artists' works and deaccession the rest.
I suggest that we follow closely the progress of the Palo Alto Public Art Commission in
their efforts to deaccession a portion of their art collection. I have obtained their written
policies and procedures and will attend their public auction in November. We can, I
believe, get some good information as to how to approach this issue, what to do/not to do.
The City of Palo Alto is allocating funding for their own staff to implement this project; it
may be more prudent for the City of Carmel to utilize the services of an established
auction broker such as Bonhams and Butterfield (the advantage is that they have the staff,
the disadvantage is that they retain a portion of any auction sales).
DISPLAY OF ART
As stated above, it should be a goal of the City to display as much of the art collection as
possible. The art should be installed using professional art handling methods, should be
well lit and labeled and appropriate measures to inform the public of the art displays
should be implemented. Again, this could fall under the purview of the Art Collection
Manager.
LOAN POLICIES
Again, this is a matter that has been undertaken in a scattered, independently-operated
fashion. Currently, if the library is approached regarding a loan of art, the library staff
has made the decision and acted accordingly. This is a prescription for disaster - and
potential loss. A loan policy and procedures must first be developed, with priority on the
safety and security of the art being tantamount. Secondly, the process must be
centralized with the Art Collection Manager providing the necessary information
regarding the request to the Community Services Manager, or City Council. There are
several documented instances of art work being loaned and then mysteriously
disappearing. As the public hears of the quality of the Carmel art collection, there may
be more requests for loans of art. The City should be prepared to handle them in a
planned and professional manner.
SUMMARY/CONCLUSION
The City of Cannel by the Sea art collection is an important asset, not only in terms of
monetary value, but also as a physical representation of the region's illustrious artistic
heritage. As time passes, many of the objects in the collection (especially the paintings
of the Early California period) will only increase in value. And, perhaps, the more recent
works by contemporary Carmel artists will also appreciate. It is part of the city's
fiduciary responsibility to care for, maintain and preserve the collection to the best of its
ability. The recent inventory/appraisal is the first, important step in assuring that quality
of care. Now that the City knows exactly what it owns, it must take further measures to
professionally care for the art. The next step will be to detennine what objects to keep,
what to deaccession (in itself a huge undertaking) and how to best use the proceeds of
such a sale. Obviously, the management of an art collection is an on-going, long term
commitment. The City of Carmel has proven that it can rise to such challenges. And
while a city-owned art collection comprised almost entirely of gifted/donated art is
unusual, given Carmel's history as a Mecca for the arts, this is probably (in the words of
poet Robinson Jeffers) the "inevitable place" for such an occurrence.
May 10,2008
TO: Rich Guillen, City Administrator, City of Carmel by the Sea
FROM: Sheryl Nonnenberg
SUBJ: Proposal for Management of Art Collection
The final assignment for my course in Museum Collections Management and Care is to prepare
an outline detailing the need for a Collection Management Policy. The Assessment that I
prepared last year for the City of Carmel (June, 2007) addressed many of the reasons for such a
policy. There were, however, several areas of collection management that require further study.
I will attempt to address these in the attached outline.
As we discussed at a recent meeting, I am interested in working as a consultant to the City of
Carmel in the capacity of Art Collection Manager. There is much to be done in order to manage
and administer the current collection in an organized and professional manner. I suggest that the
project be undertaken in phases:
Phase One
Prepare a collection management policy and procedures for City Council approval.
Locate a permanent storage facility for the art collection so that it can be removed from the
current temporary storage and managed as a whole. Consultant will assist in this process and
make recommendations regarding appropriate storage equipment and environmental
concerns such as security,lighting, humidity controls and fire prevention.
Once art is secured, fmd a software system specifically designed for art management.
Inventory and enter all historic and curatorial information into software, including fields for
overseeing movement of art within city, loans, etc.
Phase Two
Research and prepare report to City Council regarding potential deaccessioning of works
from the collection.
Once decision has been made regarding works to deaccession, determine best method to
proceed and oversee the process.
I anticipate that Phase One will take twelve to eighteen months to accomplish. My fee for this
phase of the project is $15,000.00.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this proposal. Central to the success of
this plan is the coordination and cooperation between a designated City staff member and
the Collection Manager. If the City of Cannel elects to hire me, I will be available to begin
work on this project during the summer months. I am enclosing an updated resume, but please let
me know if you require more background information.
Thank you for considering this proposal; I hope the City Council will recognize the need to have
a centralized, professional management process for the art collection.
March 18, 2009
Mrs. Sheryl Nonnenberg
5 Sunrise Court
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Dear Mrs. Nonnenberg:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
POST OFFICE BOX CC
CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, CA 93921
(831) 620-2000
Per discussions, we plan to phase the tasks for management of the City's art
collection as follows:
1. Prepare a management policy (to include the definition of the categories
represented by the existing collection) and procedures for the City's
appraised collection. This would include an accession and deaccession
policy, a maintenance record of the location for each art piece, and
whether the artwork has been moved to another City location or is loaned
out.
2. Make recommendations (if any) to the City for deaccessioning specific
items.
3. Once decision for deaccessioning is made, determine the best methods
for proceeding and oversee the disposal process.
4. Ensure the City's insurance coverage remains adequate and is reviewed
periodically.
Please provide a rate for each task by which you will bill the City and an
approximate time line for completion of the above tasks.
We look forward to working with you.
Rich Guillen
City Administrator
April15, 2009
Mr. Richard Guillen
City Administrator
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BoxCC
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
Dear Rich,
I am enclosing the signed agreement regarding my consulting work with the City's art
collection. Because I am currently under contract to curate an exhibition for the
deSaisset Museum in Santa Clara, I would like to suggest that my work for the City of
Carmel begin in September.
As outlined in my memo of May 10, 2008, Phase One of the project includes:
--Preparation of a Collection Management Policy
--Preparation of Collection Management Procedures
Once these Policies and Procedures have been approved by Council, Phase Two of the
project, dealing with deaccessioning, can be undertaken.
I anticipate that Phase One can be completed by December 31, 2009. My fee for this
portion of the project would be $5,000.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Sincerely,
Sheryl Nonnenberg
Enclosure
February 3, 2010
Invoice for Services:
Research and Write Phase One, Art Collection Management Policy and Procedures
For City of Carmel by the Sea (Per contract dated March 18, 2009)
Total Due:
Sheryl Nonnenberg
5 Sunrise Court
$5,000.00
Menlo Park, CA 94025
ART COLLECTION DEACCESSION PROJECT
August 24, 2011
To: Sue McCloud, Mayor
From: Sheryl Nonnenberg
Re: City of Carmel Art Collection Deaccessioning
Background
On June 8, 2010, the Carmel City Council approved a resolution to establish a management
policy for the City's art collection. The major intent of the management policy was to define the
scope of the collection as a regional collection that reflected the long artistic heritage of Carmel
by the Sea. As such, parameters were established in order that the collection would include art
by artists who have lived, worked or belonged to art organizations in Carmel. In addition, art
depicting the geography of the Carmel area would be included. Finally, art pertaining to Carmel
history (people, architecture, events) would also retained. By using these guidelines to define the
collection, it is possible to review the art collection objectively so that only objects that fall
within the stated parameters are retained, and those that do not can be deaccessioned (formal
removal). This will decrease the amount of staff time, and physical space, required to manage
the art collection. In addition, any revenue generated by the sale of deaccessioned art works can
be used for the care, maintenance and augmentation of the art collection, which is a substantial
city asset.
The resolution also approved the hiring of an art consultant to begin the deaccession process.
Since that time, I have carefully reviewed every object in the collection, utilizing the
inventory/appraisal list compiled by Ellen Osterkamp in 2007. Only objects falling within the
category of fine art (painting, prints, watercolors, drawings, etc) were considered, with objects
belonging in the realm of library holdings (bookplates, rare books, letters, etc.) excluded. Each
object was considered using the approved collection parameters, with supplemental research
found by using the research compiled by Amy Essick, internet resources, art history books,
Harrison library documentation and membership lists from local arts organizations, such as the
Carmel Art Association. In addition, several local art dealers were consulted to insure that
objects did not have an historical significance.
Scope of Collection
The City of Carmel Art Collection consists of art work executed in a variety of media:
Oil Painting
Watercolor
Pastel
Prints
Sculpture
Photographs
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While some of the art has little or no value, there are many pieces that have substantial worth,
according to the most recent (2007) appraisal. This is particularly true of the works by early
California artists such as Armin Hansen, Mary deNeal Morgan and Edward Weston. Most of the
Collection reflects the long and rich artistic history of Carmel by the Sea.
The approximately 1,000 works of art are housed in a variety of storage venues (Main Library,
Branch Library, Sunset Center). A small percentage of the works are on view in public venues
such as Harrison Library, Sunset Center and City Hall.
The scope of the collection, as it pertains to this Deaccession Policy, refers only to the works of
art recently inventoried and appraised by Ellen Osterkamp. Books, bookplates, letters and
historical artifacts fall outside the scope of the Art Collection and should be under the purview of
the Harrison Library.
Although documentation of the art work has not been consistent, ownership by the City is
assured. The most recent appraisal resulted in each piece of art being numbered and
photographed. Documentation from this appraisal is currently overseen by the City
Administrator's office.
COLLECTION PARAMETERS
1. Work by artists who have lived, worked, taught in Carmel. Also those who studied or
belonged to regional art associations, such as the Carmel Art Association.
This is probably the largest parameter, and includes such famous artists as Edward
Weston, Armin Hansen, Mary DeNeale Morgan and Jules Tavernier. Works by these early
California artists are now quite collectable and fetch high prices at auction. There are also
contemporary Carmel artists represented, such as Dick Crispo and Bill Bates, current
members of the Carmel Art Associqtion.
2. Art of or about Carmel localities. This category includes artists who may not have lived in
the area, but used it as subject matter in their work.
Examples in this category would include George Demont Otis and Stanley Wood.
3. Art pertaining to Carmel history (people and places). Again, artists who may or may
not have lived in the area.
Examples in this category include portraits/ busts of such notable Carmel figures as:
George Sterling, Robinson Jeffers, JF Devendorf and art work such as the Forest Theater
Posters.
4. Art that can be safely, effectively and appropriately cared for by the City staff.
Concerns here include: stability, size, storage ramifications and possibility for public
display.
Examples of art that do NOT fit in this category include the recent gift of abstract paintings
by Rudolf Haegele. They are large, contemporary works that do not fit into the categories
listed above, and, because of their scale, are difficult to store. As such, they would be
prime candidates for deaccessioning.
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4. Contemporary art by established artists, with subject matter, such as seascapes, that can be
related to the history/geography of Carmel.
This category is included so that the City can have some flexibility in collecting works that
would be assets, both in terms of monetary value and in rounding out a possible museum
collection (should a museum be established in the future). A good example in this category
would be the work of Roy Lichtenstein. He was a well-known artist, his art is valuable and,
although he had no connection with Carmel, the subject of his work "Night Seascape
Banner" is applicable to a collection that includes many works that focus on the sea.
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Deaccession Policy for the Art Collection, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Deaccessioning is the formal process of removal of an object from a collection. The City of
Carmel ' s deaccession policy must seek to strike a balance among the following three
considerations:
I . The fiduciary obligations with respect to the preservation of the art collection, which the
City owes to persons who have donated to the collection as a public trust and for those
individuals, the residents of Carmel , for whose benefit the City has undertaken to preserve
the collection.
2. The City's need to periodically renew and alter its collection policies.
3. The City' s need to selectively refine its existing collection in order that it remains consistent
with these policies.
GASB 34 requires that the City have a current appraisal of its assets. In order to fulfill this
mandate, the City has determined that the art collection shall be appraised every five years.
Recommendations regarding possible deaccessioned objects will be made following review of
the appraisal report.
Criteria for Deaccessioning
All artworks owned by the City, whether acquired through donations or any other method, are
eligible for the deaccessioning process. In the case of donated artworks, all legal documents
relating to the donation will be consulted prior to beginning the process. No artwork shall be
deaccessioned unless it meets at least one of the following criteria:
1. Its retention would be inconsistent with the established Scope of Collection (approved by
City Council in June, 201 0).
2. The object is proven to be a fake or forgery.
3. The collection would be improved if the object is deaccessioned and a better example
from the same historical period or by the same artists or from the same art movement or
period is acquired.
4. It is a duplicate or of inferior quality to another identical or similar article in the City's
collection.
5. The object has deteriorated to such a poor physical condition that it is not possible or
practical for the City to adequately conserve it, or a restoration would be so extensive that
it would destroy the integrity of the work.
6. Deaccessioning of the object would help to eliminate an over-representation in an
historical area of an artist or movement in the collection.
7. It cannot be adequately stored or cared for.
8. It is in such bad condition or in such a bad state of deterioration that it is useless as part of
the City collection.
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9. A clear determination has been made that the City does not hold legitimate title to the
work.
10. The object lacks significant artistic or historical merit.
11. The artwork endangers publ ic safety.
12. The artwork will never, in all likelihood, be placed on display because of size, weight or
lack of a suitable site.
Restrictions
A work may not be deaccessioned or disposed of in violation of restrictions stated in the original
deed of gift, purchase agreement, or in other documents pertaining to the acquisition of the work
unless there is written approval of such action from the donor or the donor's legal heirs.
Authorization o{Deacessioning
The object intended for deaccession shall be recommended by staff to the City Administrator and
approved by City Council.
Following the action of the City Council, staff shall in good faith send a letter to the donor's last
known address and to the donor at General Delivery in the city of the donor' s last known address
advising them of the City' s intention to deaccession the work or works. Thi s step need not be
taken if the donors signed a release at the time of the donation.
Procedures for Disposal
The possible methods include: sale of art by city via a public sale, sale of art by an art dealer or
sale of work via competitive bidding through an established auction house. Preference shall be
given to disposing of deaccessioned objects in public sales, but other methods may be selected
after the advantages and yields ofthe different methods and the best interests of the City have
been examined.
Those objects that will be sold which, in the best estimation of the City, have an insured value of
over $500, will be appraised by an outside appraiser at the expense of the City.
No works of art may be sold, traded or transferred to members of the City Council, City staff or
their agents.
City staff or agent will negotiate with the public auction house the terms for sale of
deaccessioned objects, and a copy of the executed agreement will be kept in the City's records.
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Proceeds {rom the Sale o(Deaccessioned Objects
Regarding proceeds from the sale of deaccessioned objects, the American Association of
Museums' Information Fact Sheet- Ethics of Deaccessioning quotes:
The American Association for State and Local History's Statement of Professional Standards
and Ethics specifies that "Collections shall not be deaccessioned or disposed of in order to
provide support for institutional operations, facilities maintenance, or any other reason than the
preservation or acquisition of collections. "
All proceeds from the sale of deaccessioned works of arts will be used to purchase other works
for the collection, or to restore and maintain works already owned by the City.
Deaccession Records
The City of Carmel will maintain permanent records of all deaccessions including all legal
documents pertaining to the acquisition, deaccession and disposal of each object deaccessioned.
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Insurance Appraisal
Prepared Expressly
For
The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
At
P.O. Box CC
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
On
June 15, 2007
By
Ellen Osterkamp, ISA AM
Ellen Osterkamp Appraisals
P.O. Box 5021
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
831.917.5006
appraiser@ellenosterkamp.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Appraisal Letter .................. ............... ...... .. .. ... 3
Description & Values .................................... .. . 6
Attachment A (Letter Descriptions) ...................... 26
Attachment B (Locations) .. . ........................... .. .. 27
Attachment C (Peter Gilder's Appraisal) . .... . .... .... .. 28
Attachment D (Peter Gilder's Update) ... ................. 37
Attachment E (Glossary of Terms) . ..... ... ...... ... .. . .. . 39
Attachment F (Brian Kathenes Curriculum Vitae) ...... 40
Attachment G (Ellen Osterkamp Curriculum Vitae ...... 4 7
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June 15, 2007
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
Dear Madam Mayor and Members of the City Council of Carmel-by-the-Sea,
As you requested, between the dates of May 23, 2006 and June 15, 2007 I conducted an
appraisal inspection of selected items of personal property understood to be owned by the
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and which were located at the buildings listed in Attachment
A. The inspection was conducted under the supervision of various City employees who
were authorized by the City to allow the inspection. The objective of the appraisal was to
estimate the replacement cost of the listed items for use in establishing your insurance
needs. The estimated costs are effective as of the last inspection date of June 15, 2007.
The appraisal is to be used only for the function of obtaining insurance coverage. Any
other use of this appraisal (such as for selling the property or for income tax deduction
purposes) renders it null and void. Replacement costs stated do not reflect any additional
expenses that might be incurred in purchasing replacement items such as sales tax or
shipping costs. This summary appraisal report is intended for use by you, my client, and
your insurance agents. Use of this report by others is not intended.
In summary, the replacement cost of the appraised items totals $2,911,595.00. This
appraisal made use of the cost approach and sales comparison approach to estimate
worth. In the cost approach, the marketplace is researched to estimate replacement cost,
i.e. the amount of money it would cost to replace the subject property or to acquire a
suitable replacement property.
Replacement cost used (comparable) is the cost necessary to replace the items being
appraised with similar items of property of like kind, age, quality, and utility having
similar wear and tear, decay or defects, and obsolescence as the items being appraised.
Replacement cost used (comparable) assumes that exact duplicates cannot be found for
the property being appraised. Replacement cost used (comparable) is useful when
estimating values for antiques, collectables, or works of art by a deceased artist.
For items for which replacement items could not be found for sale in the marketplace, the
sales comparison approach to valuation was used to estimate replacement cost. In the
sales comparison approach, the market is researched to locate comparable items that have
sold in the recent past in order to establish market value that can be used as an indicator
of anticipated replacement cost.
Markets explored were retail markets such as art galleries and online auctions. If a
market used in the development of the value conclusions was other than balanced, it will
be so noted. In general, values are estimated by consultation with and/or use of several
types of resources including specialist dealers, auction sales results, retailer catalogs,
recognized price guides, actual sales by dealers, or other personal observations. Unless
otherwise stated herein, the values expressed are based on the general expertise and
qualifications of the appraiser as to the appropriate market and valuation methods for the
items involved. Where particular detailed valuation information is relied upon, it will be
so stated in writing.
In general, the condition of the items examined was excellent for their age. Any
alterations from original condition or damage beyond that usual and common for items of
similar age are so noted in the appraisal report. Unless otherwise stated herein, the
appraisal is based only on the readily apparent identity of the items appraised. In my
opinion no further guarantee of authenticity, genuiness, attribution or authorship is
necessary.
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The appraised values are based upon the whole interest and possessory interest of the
client, undiminished by any liens, fractional interests or any other form of encumbrance
or alienation. However, this appraisal is not an indication or certificate of title or
ownership. The identification of the interest of the client has been represented to me by
the client and no inquiry or investigation will be made nor is any opinion to be given as to
the truth of such representation.
The value conclusions expressed herein are based in the appraiser's best judgment and
opinion and are not a representation or warranty that the items will realize those values if
offered for sale at auction or otherwise. The values expressed are based on current
information on the date the appraisal was made. No opinion is expressed as to any past
value, nor, unless otherwise expressly stated, as to any future value.
I certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief:
a) Statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct.
b) The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported
critical assumptions and limiting conditions, and are my personal, impartial, and
unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions.
c) I have no interest, undisclosed past, present or contemplated future interest in the
property that is the subject of this report, and no personal interest with respect to
the parties involved.
d) I have no bias with respect to the property that is the subject of this report or to
the parties involved with this assignment.
e) My engagement in this assignment was not contingent upon developing or
reporting predetermined results.
f) My compensation for this appraisal is not contingent upon the development or
reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of
the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or
the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the intended use of this
appraisal.
g) I have personally inspected the listed property that is the subject of this report.
h) Unless noted elsewhere, no one provided significant professional assistance to the
person signing this report.
i) This appraisal has been prepared in conformity with and is subject to the current
version of the International Society of Appraisers Appraisal Report Writing
Standard and Code of Ethics. In addition, my analyses, opinions, and conclusions
were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the current
version of the The Appraisal Foundation's Uniform Standards of Professional
Appraisal Practice (USP AP ).
With the exception of my client, possession of this report or its copy does not carry with
it the right of publication, nor may this report be used for any purpose by anyone other
than my client or authorized users without my previous written consent. If this report is
reproduced, copied or otherwise used, it must be done so in the report' s entirety including
the cover document and all attachments.
Furthermore, no change to any item in this appraisal shall be made by anyone other than
myself.
Should, in conjunction with this appraisal, additional services of the appraiser be
requested by the client, his agent or lawyer, or the courts (such as for added time
researching for other value purposes, pretrial conferences, court appearances, court
preparations, etc.) compensation for same shall be at the customary hourly rate charged
by the appraiser at that time and shall be paid by the client immediately upon receipt of a
statement for said work.
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I regard all information concerning this appraisal as confidential. I retain a copy of this
document along with my original notes, and I will not allow others to have access to
these records without your written permission unless so ordered by a court oflaw.
Included within this report are the 1998 Appraisal and 2005 Update by Peter Gilder of
Arts and Designs of Japan. These reports are labeled as Attachment Band C and are
included to update the collection of Japanese Kimono Stencils and Japanese Drawings.
Attachment Dis a Glossary of Terms used in the appraisal report. Attachment E is the
Curriculum Vitae of the Certified Appraiser ofPersonal Property, Brian Kathenes, who
assisted in the evaluation of letters in reference to Sir Charles Dickens, Robert Browning,
and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
My qualifications to conduct this appraisal are listed in Attachment F (Curriculum Vitae).
Sincerely,
El en sterkamp, ISA AM
ELLEN OSTERKAMP APPRAISALS
En c.
Artwork Descriptions
Attachment A (Letter Descriptions)
Attachment B (Locations)
Attachment C (Peter Gilder Appraisal)
Attachment D (Peter Gilder Update)
Attachment E (Glossary of Terms)
Attachment F (Brian Kathenes Curriculum Vitae)
Attachment G (Curriculum Vitae)
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Item# Artist/Designer Title/Description Date Medium Signature Size Condition Frame Insurance Value
( 0001 -,/ Lagorio Irene "Arrival of the Tympany "Watsonville Band" at Sunset Theatre" 04/01/1971 W/C Lower Right 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0002
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Lagorio, Irene "Bringing on the music stands "Hidden Valley" Rehearsal at Sunset Auditorium" 08/10/1975 W/C Lower Left 16x 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0003
/
Lagorio, Irene "Sunset Manager Frank Riley" Circa 1975 W/C Lower Right 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0004
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Lagorio, Irene "Hidden Valley Rehearsal (Faces in the Tymphany& String Sections)" 08/10/1975 W/C Lower Left 12 X 16 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0005 / Lagorio, Irene "Jean Kennedy 1st Violin Section Monterey Symphony" 01/26/1976 W/C Lower Left 12 X 16 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
Lagorio, Irene "Monterey County Symphony Viola Section Dorothy Jones" 01/26/1976 W/C Lower Left 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0007 v-: Lagorio, Irene "L'Hamo Folk Dance Sunset Theatre" 10/13/1975 W/C Lower Right )6 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0008 v Lagorio, Irene "Dance of the Yaks L'Hamo Dance Group Sunset Theatre" 10/13/1975 W/C Lower Left 12 X 16 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0009 v' Lagorio, Irene "Member of Royal Tahitian Dance Company at Sunset Theatre" 04/02/1976 W/C Lower Right 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0010 -../ Lagorio, Irene "Teahi Granohoa Tahitian Chiefs Who Beats Rhythms for the Royal Tahitian Dancers" 04/02/1976 W/C Lower Right 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0011 v Lagorio, Irene "Jose Molina Dance Troul'_ Sunset Center "Motto Machisimo" Antonia Martinez" 11/15/1975

16 X 12 GoodJ.Broken Glass) Brown Convex 1000.00
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0012 '""'' ri,agorio, Irene "Jose Molina "Molto Machisimo" During Entrance Solo" 11/15/1975 W/C Lower Left 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0013 v Lagorio, Irene "Antonia Martinez of the Jose Molina Troupe (Backstage Repairing Costume)" 11/15/1975 W/C Lower Right 16 X 12 Good Brown Convex 1000.00
0014 Vj Strong, Elizabeth "Rags" Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 18 X 14 Good (Needs Cleaning) Brown Convex Rippled w/Gold Tones 5000.00
OOJ.-5 v "A Comer at Murphy's" ,.,...I'J A 1'1
,. Unknown W/C Lower Right 6.75 X 9.5 Good Brown Convex w/ Neutral Linen Liner & Gotd Filet 1750.00
0016 v Dooley, Helen B. "S.C. Yuan Portrait"
v
10/03/1974 0/C Lower Right 14 X 12 Good White 1000.00
0017 V' Abdy, Rowena Meeks "Storm Shelter" Unknown 0/C Lower Right 20.25 X 27.25 Good Beechwood Convex 20,000.00
0018 v O'shea, John "Mexican Girl" Unknown 0/C Lower Left 30x25 Fair (Waved & Brittle). Early California Rubbed 3000.00
0019 ../ Lofton, Richard "Oysterman" 1946 0/C Upper Right 31.5 X 21.5 Fair (Cracking) Era (Embellishments) 2000.00
0020J / St. Galy, Geza European City on River L' I /il I L Unknown 0/C Lower Right 30 x20 Good Concave/Convex w/Gold & Eggshell Pattern 3500.00
0021 Whitaker, Royal
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Woman Playing Violin /J 1 , , .. ... d-. ' ...:.. -i"' ' Unknown 0/C Lower Right 41.25 X 32 Poor Wood w/Burn Mark 1000.00
0022 Mariano Brass Pot with Lillies n,J \.; ,,.y ..:/.1- Unknown 0/B No Signature 30x24 Good Brown 1500.00
0023 V" Harpe, Sophie "Anghor Wat-Cambodia" Unknown W/C Lower Right 25x20 Good Silver Metal 2000.00
0024 Harpe, Sophie "Royal Archers Perseus-Iran" 05/04/1977 W/C Lower Right 34 x25 Good Silver Metal 2000.00
0025 Harpe, Sophie "Cambodian" Unknown W/C Lower Right 28 x20 Fair (Water Damage) Brown 1500.00
0026 Unknown (After Sir Lawrence Thomas) Copy of"Calmady Children" l..Y I ._,, f 17/'.J. -" 1823/1824 0/C No Signature 30.25 X 30 Fair {Brittle/Paint Loss) Era (Embellishments) 1500.00
0027 v Cunningham, John "Portrait of Gunnar Norberg (Mayor)" Unknown 0/B Lower Center 36x24 Good Gold Convex with Rippling 5500.00
0028 Moppin, Jane "Watermelons & Lettuce" 1 r/ 1-1 J' ... Unknown 0/C Lower Left 40.5 X 30.25 Excellent Gold w/ Loss and Linen Liner 800.00
0029 Martin, Linde B. "Das Universitam" Circa 1994 0/C Lower Right 60x48 Excellent Unframed 7000.00
0030 Danzansky, Tina "The Divers" I ...---AJ,
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)2 . Unknown 0/C Lower Right 42 X 55.5 Good (Scratches) Gold (Loss) 2000.00
0031 Panzansky, Tina "Red Chair " 1 ( (' r l '' , ./ l '
1960 0/B Lower Right 36 X 18 Good Silver Wood Concave 1000.00
0032 v Harpe, Sophie "Abstract Piano" !Unknown Acrylic Upper Left 30x24 Good White Shadow Box 5000.00
0033 ' Harpe, Sophie "Abstract Lemon" Unknown Acrylic Lower Right 24x30 Good White Shadow Box 4500.00
0034 v Brereton, H. A. "B.F. Dickson" 1917 0/C Lower Left 45.5 X 30 Fair (Relined-Cleaning Needed) Gold Wood (Needs Replacement) 1500.00
0035 Randolph, Lee F. "Josie" 1949 0/C Lower Right 40x 32 Fair(Water 01Jlr188" CieaningNeeded) Early California Rubbed 24,000.00
0036 v Taylor, Nancy Jo "Big Sur Coast & Fog" Unknown 0/C Lower Right 24x30 Excellent Metal Shadow Box 500.00
0037 v Mays, Paul Untitled-Birds Unknown W/CIP Lower Right 14.25 14.5 Good (Foxing) Standard Modem w/Plex.i-Glas 1500.00
0038
V'
Mays, Paul Untitled-Birds Unknown W/CIP Lower Right 14 X 14 Good Standard Modem w/Plexi-Gias 1500.00
0039
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/ St. Galy, Geza "Williamsburg, Bruton Parish Church" 1972 W/C Lower Right 15.5 X 12 Good Standard Modem w/Plex.i-Gias 1000.00
0040 Gregory, Robin S. "Vietnamese Children" ' ' { <.,IJ";./1.) j 1980 W/C Lower Right 27.5 X 19.5 Good Silver Frame w/ Glass 200.00
0041 v rcnspo, Dick "J.J. "(2/10) Unknown W/B Lower Right 20 X 11.5 Good Black Wood w/Plex.i-Gias 850.00
0042 v Rowe, Julie Stohr "Portait of Dorothy Green Chapman" 1934 0/B Upper left 21 X 19.5 Fair (Water Damage) SilverWood 5000.00
0043 / Lofton, Richard Untitled Abstract 1962 W/C Lower Right 15 X 19 Good Needs Replacement-Water Damage 700.00
0044 v Harpe, Sophie "The Dance" Unknown W/C 24X20 Good (Acid Burn) White Wood 1000.00
0045 Unknown Untitled Landscape
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I .. I Unknown 0/C Lower Right 20x30 Poor (Patched-Needs Cleaning) Era (Embellishments) 1000.00
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0046 ,Parker, Holly Bryce Floral ( k:>t' ' r , .'f"' .,..., t( \.W:;c> ,'L.t_. 11 1949 W/C Lower Left 15.5 X 20.5 Fair (Waved & Brittle) Gold and Embellished 800.00
0047 v Gregory, Julie Cypress and Ocean Unknown 0/C Lower Right 20x24 Excellent Concave Gold Frame 800.00
0048 v J.,agorio, Irene "Lions in the Ark by Sophie" Unknown Collage No Signature 18 X 24 Good Silver Shadow Box 850.00
0049 1/ Doolittle, Marjorie Carmel Mission Unknown 0/B Lower Right 20x24 Fair Unframed 1000.00
0050 " Babcock, Mabel Oak Tree Unknown Pastel No Signature 9 X 13.5 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 340.00
0051 Babcock, Mabel Cypress Tree on a Beach Unknown Pastel Lower Right 8.5 X 11 Good 1" Black Convex 325.00
0052 Babcock, Mabel Boats in Harbor Unknown Pastel No Signature 12.5 X 15.5 Good Black Convex w/ Dark Undertones 400.00
0053
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Babcock, Mabel Forest Path Unknown Pastel No Signature 13.5 X 19.5 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0054 Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene w/Grass in Foreground Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 12 Good Unframed 300.00
0055 v Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0056 ,.... Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 375.00
0057 \ Babcock, Mabel Mountain Scene with Pine Trees
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Unknown Pastel No Signature 14.5 X 19.5 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0058 v Babcock, Mabel Wooded Scene with Hill in Background Unknown Pastel No Signature 14.5 X 19.5 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0059 Babcock, Mabel "Montery Peninsula Sketch" Unknown Pastel No Signature 14 X 19.5 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0060 / Babcock, Mabel Country Scene with Red Barns 1958 Pastel Lower Right 14 X 19.5 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0061 'V" Mabel "Farm in Carmel Valley" 1962 Pastel No Signature 13 X 16 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 475.00
0062 -./ Babcock, Mabel "Fisherman's Wharf'' Unknown Pastel No Signature 13 X 16 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 475.00
0063 v Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0064 Babcock, Mabel Wooded Path with Cypress Unknown Pastel No Sigt1_ature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0065 v Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene with Rocks Unknown Pastel No Signature IS x20 Good Unframed 300.00
0066 ' Babcock, Mabel "House of the Bent Pine on 17 Mile Drive Near the Cove Monterey Peninsula" 1965 Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0067 V' Babcock, Mabel "17 Mile Drive California Monterey Peninsula" 1965 Pastel No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 300.00
0068 / Babcock, Mabel "Pacific Grove, California Shore" Unknown Pastel No Signature 11.5 16 Good Unframed 200.00
0069 ' Babcock, Mabel "Pacific Grove" 1963 Pastel No Signature 12 xl5 Good Unframed 200.00
0070 ' !Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 11 X 13.5 Good Unframed 200.00
0071 \ Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0072 ' Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0073 v Babcock, Mabel Forest Scene with Small Path Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0074 . Babcock, Mabel Golf Course Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0075 Babcock, Mabel Cottage in the Woods Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0076 "' Babcock, Mabel Coastal View Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0077 v Babcock, Mabel Pine Tree Unknown Pastel No Signature 20 X 15 Good Unframed 300.00
0078 Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 13.25 X 15 Good Unframed 200.00
0079 / Babcock, Mabel Cypress by Seashore Unknown Pastel No Signature 14 X 17 Good Unframed 300.00
0080 v Babcock, Mabel "Pacific Grove California" 1963 Pastel No Signature 13.5 X 15 Good Unframed 300.00
0081 Babcock, Sylvia (Mabel) Seashells Unknown Pastel Lower Right 19 X 12.5 Good Unframed 300.00
0082 Babcock, Mabel Coastal Scene with Arch in Rocks Unknown Pastel No Signature 16 X 25 Good Unframed 375.00
0083 \ Babcock, Sylvia (Mabel) Seashells Unknown Pastel Lower Right 19 x25 Good Unframed 375.00
0084 ,.... Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 30x20 Good Unframed 375.00
0085 v Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 30 x20 Good Unframed 300.00
0086 _, Babcock, Mabel "On the Dunes Pacific Grove California" Unknown Pastel No Signature 12.25 X 18 Good Unframed 375.00
0087 Babcock, Mabel Ocean Scene Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 200.00
0088 Babcock, Mabel "17 Mile Drive Monterey Peninsula" Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0089 / Babcock, Mabel "Lighthouse and Golf Course Pacific Grove" 1963 Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0090 Babcock, Mabel "The Cove, Pacific Grove " 1965 Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0091 v Babcock Mabel "Pacific Grove Coast Monterey Peninsula" Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 300.00
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0092
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Babcock, Mabel "View from our Cottage Window Pacific Grove" Unknown Pastel No Signature 1J X 16.5 Good Unframed 1300.00
( 0093 Babcock, Mabel "Beach Comber by PG Gate" Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0094 Babcock, Mabel "Pacific Grove Golf Course" Unknown Pastel No Signature 11.5 X 15 Good Unframed 200.00
0095 Babcock, Mabel Swans on a Lake Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 300.00
0096 Babcock, Mabel "Golf Links 17 Mile Drive California" 1964 Pastel No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 300.00
0097 .-- Babcock, Mabel "17 Mile Drive Monterey Peninsula" 1963 Pastel No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 300.00
0098
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Babcock, Mabel "Scene from Window of Our Bids-A-Nee Pacific Grove" Unknown Pastel No Signature 13 X 16 Good Unframed 300.00
0099 -<" Babcock, Mabel "Blue House with Flowers Pacific Grove California:
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Unknown Pastel No Signature 14.5 X 16.5 Good Unframed 300.00
i 0100 ./ Williamson, W. Harvey "Old WharfMonterev" _(/yy.._,A .- ..-X' Unknown Pastel Lower Right 21 x29 Good Beechwood Convex 100.00
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Van Home, Mary Louise "Rocks and Cypress" Unknown W/C Lower Left 13.5 X 16.5 Good 1/2" Dark Wood Convex 725.00
0102 -/ Van Home, Mary Louise Mountain Scene" Unknown W/C No Signature 14.5 x22 Good 1/2" Dark Wood Convex 750.00
0103 ...,.,- Gray, Howard Ocean Scene with Sailboat Unknown W/C No Signature 13.5 X 19. Good Beechwood Convex .!QQQ:OO _
0104 / Van Home, Mary Louise
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Good 1/2" Dark Wood Convex 750.00
0105 v Van Home, Mary Louise "Woman in Nude-Lisa" Unknown W/C No Signature 10.5 X 11.5 Good Walnut Convex 490.00
0106 v Van Home, Mary Louise Seagulls Unknown W/C No Signature 11.5 X 15 Good 112" Dark Wood Convex 325.00
0107 ........ Babcock, Mabel Lill:hthouse Unknown Pastel No Signature 13 X 16 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 475.00
0108 / Babcock, Mabel "Tropical Flowers" Unknown Pastel No Signature 15 x20 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 500.00
0109 v Babcock, Mabel "Cypress Tree" Unknown Pastel No Signature 16 X 12 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 450.00
0110 v 'Babcock, Mabel Tree Unknown Pastel No Signature 13 X 14.5 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 450.00
0111 / Van Horne, Mary Louise "Sycamores and Oaks" Unknown W/C No Signature 15.5 X 20 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 750.00
0112 v Van Home, Mary Louise "Pioesti" 9/18/1971 W/C No Signature 22 X 15.25 Good Unframed 550.00
0113 v Van Home, Mary Louise "Kaisarini Athens Greece" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x22.5 Good Unframed 550.00
0114 v Van Home, Mary Louise "San Antonio" Unknown W/C No Signature 15x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0115 Van Home, Mary Louise "Mvkonos" 9/26/ 1971 W/C No Signature 15 x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0116 Van Home, Mary Louise "Pasado de Don Rodriguez Antiwa" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0117 / Van Home, Mary Louise Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0118 Van Home, Mary Louise Pueblo Scene with Indians Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0119 v Van Home, Mary Louise Spanish Town by Water Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x22 Good Unframed 550.00
0120 \_./ Van Home, Mary Louise "From Door of Hotel Luna Venice" Unknown W/C No Signature 1l.5x15 Good Unframed 325.00
0121
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Van Home, Mary Louise German Scene with Park and Statue Unknown W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 350.00
0122 ._/ Van Home, Mary Louise "Carl Albert Statue in the Quirinale Rome" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 15 Good Unframed 350.00
0123 Van Home, Mary Louise Little Houses by a River Unknown W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
0124 /' Van Home, Mary Louise "Athens The Plaka Path of the Tower of the Wind" 9123/ 1971 W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 350.00
0125 Van Home, Mary Louise "Afternoon Rain on the Lake Patzcearo" Unknown W/C No Signature 12 X 15 Good Unframed 350.00
0126 v :Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 18.5 X 15 Good Unframed 550.00
0127 ./ Van Home, Mary Louise Town Scene Unknown W/C No Si11;nature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 550.00
0128 / Van Home, Mary Louise Town with Church Steeple in Back11:round Unknown W/C No Signature 15x20 Good Unframed 550.00
0129 ._/ Van Home, Mary Louise "Palatine Hill Rome" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 550.00
. 0130 ' Van Home, Mary Louise Unknown W/C Lower Left 15 X 20 Good Unframed 550.00
0131 Van Home, Louise Dune Scene with Cypress Trees Unknown W/C Lower Right 15 X 20 Good Unframed 550.00
0132 v Van Home, Mary Louise Red Rocks Unknown W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 350.00
0133
v- Van Home, Mary Louise Red Rocks Unknown W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
0134 " Van Home, Mary Louise "Verde Valley School from Warren's House" 1970 W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
0135
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Van Home, Mary Louise "Mvkonos" 9128/1971 W/C Lower Right 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
0136 Van Home, Mary Louise Victorian Style House Unknown W/C Lower Right 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
0137 Van Home Mary Louise "Prussia Cove from Cliff' Unknown W/C LowerRill:ht 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 325.00
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0138 Van Home, Mary Louise Mansion Unknown W/C No Signature 20x 15 Good Unframed 475.00
0139 Van Horne, Mary Louise Boatyard Scene Unknown W/C Lower Right 15 X20 Good Unframed 475.00
0140 \..- 'Van Home, Mary Louise European Church Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0141 Van Louise Tropical Town Market Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0142 Van Home, Mary Louise "Fishing Boats Cabo San Lucas" Unknown W/C Lower Left 15 x20 Good Unframed 475.00
0143 Van Home, Mary Louise Mountainside Village Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 475.00
rot Van Home, Mary Louise "Arroyo Seca New Mexico" Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
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. 0145 ... Van Home, Mary Louise "Mist and Dark Grey Blue" Unknown W/C Lower Left 15 x20 Good Unframed 475.00
0146 \ Van Home, Mary Louise Cliffs and Trees Unknown W/C Lower Right 15 X 19.75 Good Unframed 475.00
0147 Van Home, MaJ}'Louise "Schnebly Hill" Unknown W/C Lower Left 15 X 19.75 Good Unframed 475.00
0148 Van Home, Mary Louise Victorian Style House Unknown W/C Lower Right 13 X 18 Good Unframed 475.00
0149 Van Home, Mary Louise Older Couple by Church W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 550.00
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0150 Yan Home, Mary Louise "Old Flat Part of City Puerta V alllarta" Unknown Lower Left 15.25 X 18 Good 475.00
0151 / Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 15.25 X 18 Good Unframed 475.00
0152 / Van Home, Mary Louise Green Houses Unknown W/C Lower Right 15.25 X 18 Good Unframed 475.00
0153 v Van Home, Mary Louise "San Antonio" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 15.75 Good Unframed 275.00
0154 ..... Van Home, Mary Louise Colorful Forest by Water Unknown W/C No Signature 11.25x 10.5 Good Unframed 275.00
0155 ../ Van Home, Mary Louise Pastel Colored Village Unknown W/C No Signature 12 X 16 Good Unframed 275.00
0156 Van Home, Mary Louise River Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 275.00
0157 Van Home, Mary Louise "At the Back of the Treyenna Castle Hotel Prussia" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 475.00
0158 ,.. Van Home, Mary Louise "Wild Cat Canyon Big Sur" Unknown WIC No Signature 22.25 X 15.5 Good Unframed 475.00
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_.,.. Home, Mary Louise Village Scene with Women Walking Down Lane Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
Home, Mary Louise "Oregon Coastline" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0161 v Van Home, Mary Louise Grain Silo Unknown W/C No Signature 24 X 18.25 Good Unframed 675.00
0162 "' 'lao Home, Mary_ Louise "Oak Creek at Highwater Bridge Near Sedona" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14.5 X 20 Good Unframed 550.00
0163 Van Home, Mary Louise Stilllife with Fruit Unknown W/C No Signature 15 x20 Good Unframed 475.00
0164 Van Home, Mary Louise Old House Unknown W/C Lower Right 20.5 x26 Good Unframed 475.00
0165 / Van Home, Mary Louise Seagulls Flying Near Rocks Unknown W/C No Sign_ature 15 x20 Good Unframed 400.00
0166 " Van Home, Mary Louise "Taos from El Pueblo Motor Lodge" Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0167 ,,. Van Home, Mary Louise Woman Outside of House Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0168 \ Van Home, Mary Louise Beach Scene with Umbrella Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0169 v Van Home, Mary Louise Old Red Car Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X20 Good Unframed 400.00
0170 \ Van Home, Mary Louise Farmyard Scene with Ducks Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0171 Van Home, Mary Louise "Oregon Coast Looking South" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0172 Van Home, Mary Louise "Garden at Hacienda Cabo San Lucas" Unknown W/C No Signature 15x20 Good Unframed 400.00
0173 Van Home, Mary Louise "The New Church Puerta Vallarta" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 16.25 Good Unframed 400.00
0174 Van Home, Mary Louise Rail yard Unknown W/C No Signature 13 X 15.25 Good Unframed 225.00
0175 Van Home, Mary Louise Home Interior Unknown W/C No Signature 14.5 X 10.25 Good Unframed 225.00
0176 ' Van Home, Mary Louise Two Boats on Beach Unknown W/C No Signature II x 15 Good Unframed 225.00
0177 Van Home, M!!!1 Louise Raccoon in Woods with Pencil Marks Unknown W/C No Signature 11.25 X 15 Good Unframed 225.00
0178 l.r Van Home, Mary Louise Hillside Unknown W/C No Signature 14.50 X 12.5 Good Unframed 225.00
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Van Home, Mary Louise Abstract Watercolor on Legal Paper Unknown W/C No Signature 12 X 19 Good Unframed 50.00
0180 Van Home, Mary Louise Coastal Scene Unknown W/C No Signature 12 X 12 Good Unframed 50.00
0181 Van Home, Mary Louise "Venice October" 1971 Pen No Signature 10.25 X 14.25 Good Unframed 50.00
0182
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Van Home, Ma.ry_Louise "China Cove" Unknown W/C No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0183 v Van Home Marv Louise Golf Course Scene I House on Reverse Unknown W/C Lower Right 2x 15 X 19 Good Unframed 475.00
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0184 / Van Home, Mary Louise Pueblo I Unfinished CotirtVard Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 x22.25 Good Unframed 400.00
( 0185 'V Van Home, Marv Louise City Scene with Sailboats Unknown WIC No Signature 20x26 Good Unframed ' 675.00
0186 ..- Van Home, Mary Louise Still Life I Cove on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 10.25 X 14 Good Unframed 275.00
0187 v Van Home, Mary Louise Portrait I Unfinished Harbor Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 11.25 Good Unframed 275.00
0188 v tyan Home, Mary Louise Portrait of Young Boy I Window of Home wl Bars & Flowers on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 11.5 X 10.25 Good Unframed 275.00
0189 yl' Van Home, Mary Louise Portrait of Girl in Red I Two People in a Cafe on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 14.25 X 10.25 Good Unframed 275.00
m9o ' Van Home, Mary Louise Still Life wl Fruit and Rabbit I Sailboats in Harbor on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 14.75 X 16.75 Good Unframed 475.00
0191 v' Van Home, Mary Louise People in Town wl Red Awning Building I Dune Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 23 X 15 Good Unframed 475.00
0192 v Van Home, Mary Louise Still Life wl Red Checkered Tablecloth I Dunes with Lagoon on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 20 Good Unframed 400.00
0193 -._/ Van Home, Mary Louise Point Lobos I Point Lobos with Seagulls on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0194 Van Home, Mary Louise "Michelin Colombia Llama at Hotel" I Mountain Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0195 Yan Home, Mary Louise Dune Scene I Cove on Reverse
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Unknown WIC Lower Left 14.5 x20.2S Good Unframed 400.00

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Home, Mary Louise Trees I Palm Trees on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 21 Good Unframed 400.00
0197 Van Home, Mary Louise Wooded Scene I Wooded Scene with Hillside on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0198 Van Home, Mary Louise Small Bridge I Two People by River on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature IS X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0199 Van Home, Mary Louise Mission wl Lagoon in BacklZ!'ound I Courtvard by a on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0200 ...,-' :Yan Home, Mary Louise Mountain with Lake I Unfinished House on Hilltop on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0201 v .Van Home, Mary Louise Naked Woman Lounging in Archway I Dune Scene with Ocean on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 22 X 15 Good Unframed 400.00
0202 v' .Van Home, Mary Louise Statue in a Garden I Woman Standing Near A Cove on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 2x 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 75.00
0203 Van Home, Mary Louise Still Life Floral I Red Bam with Tree on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 18 X 14 Good Unframed 400.00
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)lan Home, Mary Louise Still Life Floral I Red Rocks on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 14.25 X 10.25 Good Unframed 225.00
0205 v )fan Home, Marv Louise Rock on Coastline I Tree on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 11.5 X 8 Good Unframed 225.00
0206 / Yan Home, Mary Louise Still life by ()pen Window I Two Jars on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 10.5 X 8 Good Unframed 225.00
0207 \.' Yan Home, Mary Louise Mountain wl Trees I Cove Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 8.25 X 15.25 Good Unframed 50.00
0208 v Van Home, Mary Louise People Underneath American Fl81!; I Meeting Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 9.75 X 9 Good Unframed 225.00
0209 v )/an Home, Mary Louise Boatyard Scene/ Wooded Scene with Person on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 20.5x 21 Good Unframed 600.00
0210 v :Van Home, Mary Louise Bridge Scene I Bending Cypress on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 20.25 x26 Good Unframed 600.00
0211 / Van Home, Mary Louise "San Antonio Antigua" I Church on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 550.00
0212 , Van Home, Mary Louise Cove I Unfinished Landscape on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0213 ' Van Home, Mary Louise Ribera Beach Rocks I Unfmished on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0214
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Van Home, Mary Louise Moss Landing Smoke Stacks I Wooded Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X22.5 Good Unframed 400.00
0215 ../ Van Home, Mary Louise Boatyard Scene I Monterey Boatyard on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 21 Good Unframed 475.00
0216 / Van Home, Mary Louise Tree in Fore2round White house in Back2round I Mountain on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right IS x20 Good Unframed 475.00
0217 / Van Home, Mary Louise Seagulls Flying in Covel Trees on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 14.5 x20.2S Good Unframed 400.00
0218 \/ Van Home, Mary Louise House with Fire Hydrant I Boats on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15x 19 Good Unframed 47S.OO
0219
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Van Home, Mary Louise Harbor Scene I Two People and Red on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0220 / Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene wl Three People I People on Beach on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0221 v Van Home, Mary Louise Man in Rowboat/ Tree on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 22.S Good Unframed 475.00
0222 , / Van Home, Mary Louise Hillside Town with Fire Hydrant I Bent Cypress on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0223 v Van Home, Mary Louise Cypress on Dune I Cypress on Dune on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15 X 22.S Good Unframed 475.00

Van Home, Mary Louise "Pacific Grove Yellow House" / Mission with Lagoon on Reverse Unknown W/C Lower Left 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0225 ,/ .Van Home, Mary Louise Boatyard Scene with people I Green Victorian House on Reverse Unknown W/C Lower Right 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0226 -' Van Home, Mary Louise Volksw81!;on on Street I Bent Pines on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left 1Sx22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0227 ,..- IYan Home, Mary Louise Sailboat I Covered Bridge on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Left IS x22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0228 ../ Van Home, Mary Louise House on Water I Cove Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature lS X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
0229 v Van Home Mary Louise House on Hills I Unfinished on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
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0230 . ._., [Nan Home, Mary Louise Moss Landing I Bam in Country on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 475.00
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Van Home, Mary Louise Forest Scene I Cove Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 20 Good Unframed 475.00
0232 \"' :Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene I Incomplete Canyon Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 14.5 X 21.25 Good Unframed 475.00
0233 v Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene I Unfinished side on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 11.5xl5 Good Unframed 325.00
0234 v Van Home, Mary Louise Coastal Town I Red Buidlings on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 10.5 X 14 Good Unframed 350.00
0235 ..,, Van Home, Mary Louise Coastal Scene I Vertical Coastal Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 15.25 X 18.5 Good Unframed 550.00
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0236 > Van Home, Mary Louise "Pacific Grove "I Country Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC 15 x21.25 Good Unframed 550.00
0237 I Van Home, Mary Louise Eucalyptus I Town Scene with Sardine Truck on Reverse Unknown WIC No Signature 15 X 22.5 Good Unframed 550.00
0238 I Van Home, Mary Louise Village Scene wl Two people I Staircase on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right Reverse 15 X 18 Good Unframed 550.00
0239 \ Home, Mary Louise Pathway by White House I Cove Scene on Reverse Unknown WIC Lower Right 19 X 25.5 Good Unframed 750.00
0240 1/ Chubet, Jose "Full Moon" 412511979 OIC Lower Right 20x24 Good Unframed 3000.00
0241 1/ Chubet, Jose "Among the Flower TOflS"
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Good Unframed 3000.00
0242v Chubet, Jose "Suen 3/7/1979 Lower Left 13.5 X 10.5
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Silver Metal 500.00
0243 v Chubet, Jose "Elizabeth" 511811979 P&I Lower Right 10 X 13 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0244 / Chubet, Jose "Sand Dune" 212711980 P&I Lower Right 13 X 10 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0245 Chubet, Jose "Ami-Scorpio" 512511973 P&I Lower Rigllt 13 X 10 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0246 \/ yhubet, Jose "Standing Nude" 1974 P&I Lower Right 13 X 10 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0247 v Chubet, Jose "Nadine" 1!/24/1975 P&I Lower Right 13 X 10 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0248 1/ Chubet, Jose "Elizabethan Lady" 31411974 P&I Lower Right 13 X 10 Good Silver Metal 500.00
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<;:hubet, Jose "Abstract Drawing" 91211970 P&I Lower Right 10 X 13 Good Silver Metal 500.00
0250 v Garner, L. Archibald "Robinson Jeffers 1887-1962" 1940 Sculpture Placque on Front 20.5 X 12 Good Wood Base 2500.00
0251 ..- Devendorf, E. "J.F. Devendorf'' 411211933 Sculpture Reverse N/A Good NIA 1500.00
0252 Unknown Dante
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. .- I J "'1/:J.,'fl>_ Unknown Marble No Signature 12.5 X 12 Good NIA 2500.00
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0253 v Unknown
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Bach Unknown Concrete No Signature NIA Good NIA 150.00
0254 v Patigian, Haig "George Sterling Death Mask" 11117/1926 Copper No Signature NIA Good NIA 5500.00
0255 Unknown Tribal Mask-Japanese} ) -1 " Unknown Wood No Signature NIA Good NIA 300.00
0256 Bartholdi "Liberty Enlightening the World" (']< ' , v7 Unknown Copper No Signature N/A Good NIA 5000.00
0257 v Various 72 Forest Theatre Posters Ranging in Size and Description Unknown Poster NIA NIA Good Unframed 3000.00
0258 \,/"' I'St. Galy, Geza Box of 4 Items Unknown Unknown No Signature NIA Good NIA N/A
0259 '- St. Galy, Geza Box of 6 Items Unknown Unknown No Signature NIA Good N/A NIA
026Q / St. Galy, Geza Box of 12 Pieces Unknown Unknown No Signature N/A Good N/A NIA
026f v St. Galy, Geza Tiled Work, Photographs and Papers Unknown Unknown No Signature NIA Good NIA NIA
0262 v rst. Galy, Geza Large Whale Mosaic Unknown Tile No Signature NIA Good NIA NIA
0263 / !Lagorio, Irene "Tong Li!Han Guest Artist of the Monterey County Symphony" 1126/1976 W/C Lower Right J3 X 9.25 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 900.00
0264 v Lagorio, Irene "French Horns Watsonville Marching Bands Sunset Theatre" Circa 1976 W/C . Lower Right ll X 14.25 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 900.00
0265 v Lagorio, Irene "Monterey County Symphony Viol Section Victor Bacisalpi" 1126/1976 WIC Lower Right 13.5 X 9.5 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 900.00
0266 C, Lauren Cafe Scene by Water 1 ) /
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0267 Wurzmann, Liese! "Lots Wife" Unknown Sculpture No Signature 22 .5 LX S.S Ox 13 H Excellent Wood Base 300.00
0268 / Varda, Jean Media Collage Unknown MIMBoard No Signature 37 x29 Good 2" Brown Flat Edge 1500.00
0269 './ Albro, Maxine "The Entry" Unknown OIC Lower Right 20 x22.75 Good White Convex wiGreen Trim 4500.00
0270 \..-" :Graham, Edward Carousal Unknown OIC Lower Left 9.5 X 11.5 Good 1/2 inch 1000.00
0271 v ,Graham, Edward Beached Boat Unknown OIC Lower Right 7.5 X 10.5 Good 1/2 inch 1000.00
0272 / Albro, Maxine "The Hat" Unknown 0/B Lower Right 20x 16 Good White Convex wiGreen Trim 3000.00
0273 Dooley, Helen B. Flowers Unknown OIC Lower Right 30x24 Good White Shadow Box 2000.00
0274
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Wood, Stanley "Fisherman Shack" (Image SW-31) Unknown Charcoal Pencil Lower Right 12 X 18 Fair (Acid Bum) SilverWood 635.00
0275 Beaton, Elise de Celles "Cactus Flowers" Unknown W/C Lower Right IS X 19.25 Good 112" Black Wood Convex 775.00
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0276 v Kellogg, Jean "Seated Figure" 1970 Ink/Wax Lower Right 18 X 14 Good 1/2" Black Wood Convex 925.00
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0277 v Wood, Stanley Cottage in the Woods Unlmown Print Lower Right 12 X 17 Good 1/2" White Wood Convex 500.00
0278 v Albro, Maxine Young Girl in Traditional Mexican Garb 1930 0 /C Lower Right 26.5 X 22 Good 3" Silver Wood w/Beading in Trim 12,000.00
0279 Van Horne, Mary Louise "The Camper" 10/1978 W/C Lower Left 14 X 21 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 750.00
0280 Van Horne, Mary Louise "Red Barn" 11/1978 W/C Lower Right 17.75 x22 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 800.00
0281 Van Home, Mary Louise 6/1977 W/C Lower Left 14 X 18.5 Good 2" Brown Wood 700.00
"6282 Van Home, Mary Louise "Haiti Resort" 11/1978 W/C Lower Left 14 X 21.5 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 750.00
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0283 Van Home, Mary Louise "Homestead" 1111978 W/C Lower Right 14 X 18.5 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 700.00
0284 Van Home, Mary Louise "Bunker" Unknown W/C Lower Left 12.5 X 17 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 650.00
0285 Van Home, Mary Louise "Haitian Beach" 6/ 1978 W/C Lower Right 21.5 X 14 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 750.00
0286 Van Home, Mary Louise "Bath House" 5/1978 W/C Lower Right 14.5 x21.5 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 750.00

Van Home, Mary Louise "Shoreline Rocks" Unknown J!IC Lower Left 21 X 14 Good 2" Wood __ 750.00
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Van Home, Mary Louise "Banished" W/C Lower Left 21.5 X 14.5 Good 2" Brown Wood Convex-Rippled 750.00

Speck, Loran "Strawberries with Pewter on a Ledge" 1982 0/C Lower Left 12 X 18.75 Excellent Convex with detailing & Velvet Liner 9600.00
0 Gonzales, Alex \0 A f2- Tt.S. "f -::;r-eT;).. ------_, 2004 Acrylic Lower Right 65 X 72 Excellent Unframed 4500.00
0291 < Maxwell, Laura "Point Lobos and Kelp_ Beds" 1960 0/B Lower Left 40 x50 Excellent 3" Brown & Gold Wood Convex 20,000.00
0292 Mead, Alvin N. "Dark Waters" 1955 0/C Lower Right 29x39 Excellent 3" White Convex w!Embellishment 3500.00
0293 Colburn, Sam "Dockworkers" Unknown W/C Lower Left 18 X 23 .75 Excellent 1" Brown Ripple w/ Matting 3500.00
0294 Morgan, Mary DeNeale Cypress Trees by the Seashore Unknown 0/B Lower Right 24x30 Excellent 4" Brown Convex Ripple 40,000.00
0295 Laycox, Jack "Fisherman at Lazarra" Unknown OIL Lower Right 23.5 X 29.5 Excellent 2" Green Wood w/ Matting 3000.00
0296 Lewis, Herbert Taylor "Unfinished Symphony" Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 29.25 X 39 Excellent Beechwood Convex 4000.00
0297 Lichtenstein, Roy "Night Seascape Banner" 1966 Felt/Board No Signature 98x47 Excellent Clear Plexi-Glas 25,000.00
0298 Galli, Fortunato Venus Statue _.!_, _ 1880 Marble No Signature 67" H Good N/A 40,000.00
0299 I Beygrau, Paul AJix Dog Carmel, California 1934 0 /C Lower Right 28.25 X 33.25 Good (Needs Cleaning) 3" Brown Wood Convex 3000.00
0300 ,/ Coleman, Constance "Project St. Bernard" 1996 0 /C Lower Left 9x6.5 Good 3" Brown Wood Convex 1000.00
0301 Bettinger, Hoyland "Drying Sails in Gloucester " 1946 0/B Lower Left 20x24 Good 4" White Concave 6500.00
0302 v Meyers, Frank H. "A November Day " Unknown 0/B Lower Right 24 x32 Good 4" White Convex w!Liner 18,000.00
0303 v Silva, William Posey "Cypress Lobos" Unknown 0/C Lower Left 25 x30 Good Brown w/Gold Liner 25,000.00
0304 v Randolph, Lee F. Village Scene by River Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 30 x36 Good Gold Large Rippled Frame 25,000.00
0305 v' !Mays, Paul "Horse Ranch-Carmel Valley" Unknown 0/C Lower Right 30x40 Good 4" White Concave 8000.00
0306 v Skalagard, Hans "Inward Bound for San Francisco-Golden Gate Bridge" Unknown 0/C Lower Left 19.5 X 29.5 Good 3" Brown Wood Convex 9500.00
0307 v Unknown Framed Letter to Senor Alcalde of Carmel by the Sea from Petra, Spain 06/03/1963 Letter N/A 21 X 17.5 Excellent Letter Frame No Value
0308 / Aubusson Workshop Embroidery of Carmel Seal Unknown Textile No Signature 19.5 X 19 Good Standard Modem w/Plexi-Glas 3000.00
0309 :/ Stone, Jr., W.F. "1 00 Years in Paradise" Unknown Poster No Signature 23.5 X 17.5 Good I" Gold Wood Convex 50.00
0310 Mora, J osc:p_h "Monterey Peninsula Carta 1927" Unknown Poster No Signature 27.75 x 21 Good 1/2" Brown Wood Convex 200.00
0311 ./ Gidleson, Anders (Andre Gisson) Portrait of Elderly Man Unknown 0/B Reverse 30 X 24 Fair (Cracking) 4" White Concave 3000.00
0312 Wynne, Bernard Desert Scene Unknown 0 /C Lower Left 24x34 Good 2" Gold Convex w/Linen Liner & Gold Filet 10,000.00
0313
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Sayers, Charles Marshall Running Horses Unknown Wood No Signature 13.5 X 60 Excellent 1" Brown Wood Shadow Box 7000.00
0314 Judson, Charles Chappell Landscape Unknown 0/B Lower Right 12.5 X !5.5 Fair 3" Gold & Green w/ Linen Liner 5000.00
0315 Scott, Jonathan "Portrait of John C. Callen (MI!lor Unknown 0 /C Lower Left 36x30 Good (Needs Cleaning) 112" Brown Wood Convex 5000.00
0316 Davey, Don "Carmel White Sand Beach" 1978 Print Lower Right lOx 13 Good 1/2" Silver Metal 10.00
0317 Danzansky, Tina "Sunday Morning" 7 ..i,!,_. II Unknown 0 /C/B Lower Left 25.5 X 23.5 Excellent 112" Brown Wood Convex 1500.00
0318 1. Lupetti, Lynn "The Magical Voyage" (In Three Parts) Unknown HIP CIT Lower Right N/A Excellent 1/2" Gold Wood Shadow Box 10,000.00
0319 Lupetti, Lynn "Lords of the Moon" 112/375 Unknown Lithograph No Signature 27 X 36 Excellent 2" Silver Wood Convex 3510.00
0320
I
. Lupetti, Lynn "Once Upon A Time" AP 38/50 Unknown Lithograph Lower Right 12 x24 Excellent 2" Gold Rippled Concave 2400.00
0321 Lupetti Lvnn "The Magical Voyage" AP 38/40 Unknown Lithol!:[aph Lower Left 35 x45 Excellent 2" Gold Filigree I I 000.00
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0322 \ Lupetti, Lynn "Tales of Valor" AP 38/50 Unknown Lithograph Lower Right 26x32 Excellent 2" Silver Wood Convex w/Beading 6500.00
( 0323 .'t': Carroll, Pam Whale from "G" is for Golden Unknown W/C LowerRighj 11.25 X 21.25 Excellent Blue Convex w/ Floating Blue Matt 2800.00
0324 v Carroll, Pam "There's Gold in Them Hills" from "A is for America" Unknown W/C Lower Left 13.25 x21 Excellent Blue Convex w/ Floating Blue Matt 2800.00
0325 v Carroll, Pam "50 States" from "One Nation" Unknown W/C Lower Left 12 x21 Excellent Blue Convex w/ Floating Blue Matt 2800.00
0326 v Bullas, Will "Target Practice" 11105 LE Print Lower Right 24x30 Excellent Brown Wood Rippled 200.00
0327 v Randolph, Lee F. City Scene
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~ n n o w n 0/C Lower Right 32x40 Fair Era Style Silver Blue, & Gold 25,000.00
0328 v Watts, William Clothier "Basking in the Sun" Unknown W/C Lower Right 20x 16 Good Silver Wood w/ Linen Liner 10,000.00
0329 Unknown "Lotta Shipley Painted by a Carmel Artist" Unknown 0/B No Signature 12.5 X9.25 Fair Brown Concave w/ Decorative Edging 500.00
0330 v Kohlmeier, Helen "Portrait of Mary Austin" Unknown 0/B No Signature 17 X 21 Good Gold Convex with Rippling 1500.00
0331 v Weygers,Alexander Bust of "Little Genevieve" Unknown Cement On Reverse 15" Tall Excellent Unframed 2000.00
0332 Grolich, Finn Haakon "Jack London" Unknown Plaster On Reverse 12 X 17 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0333 Blaine Nikko's Restaurant
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1958 W/C Lower Right 22x30 Good Brown Concave w!Linen Liner 300.00
0334 \/
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Brown and Gold with Leaf Pattern- - 30,ooo.oo - Peters, Charles Rollo "Old Whaler's Cabin, Point Lobos" Unknown 0/C No Signature 19 X 25.5 Good (Back Patched/Water Damage)
0335 "' Unknown Bronze Relief{)fGeorge Sterling in Profile Unknown Bronze No Signature JJ X 10 Good N/A 1500.00
0336 Wilson, W. M. Clock Unknown Clock No Signature N/A Good N/A 2000.00
0337 Baer, Morley "Colton Hall" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0338 Baer, Morley "Casa Del Oro" 12/ 1969 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 1600.00
0339 Baer, Morley "Larkin House" 09/1968 Photo Lower Right 6.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0340 Baer, Morley "Customs House" 1968 Photo Lower Right 9.5 x7 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0341 Baer, Morley "De La Torre Adobe" 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X9.25 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0342 Baer, Morley "Colton Hall" 07/ 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Oryrnounted 800.00
0343 Baer, Morley "Robert Louis Stevenson House" 0911968 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0344 Baer, Morley "Robert Louis Stevenson House" 09/1968 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0345 Baer, Morley "Royal Presidio Chapel" 0711970 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0346 Baer, Morley "Casa Amesti" 05/1970 Photo Lower Right 6x9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0347 Baer, Morley "Boronda Adobe" 12/ 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X 9 Excellent Unframed-Oryrnounted 800.00
0348 Baer, Morley "Casa Serrano" 1972 Photo Lower Right 7 x9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0349 Baer, Morley "California's First Theatre" 1970 Photo Lower Right 7x9 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0350 Baer, Morley "Colton Hall" 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0351 Baer, Morley "Carmel Mission" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0352 Baer, Morley "Casa Serrano" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 5.75 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Oryrnounted 800.00
0353 Baer, Morley "Cooper-Molera" 12/1969 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0354 Baer, Morley "Francis Doud" 05/1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0355 Baer, Morley "Case Del Oro" 09/1968 Photo Lower Right 6.75 X 9.25 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0356 Baer, Morley "Gordon House" 07/ 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0357 Baer, Morley "Monterey Jail" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7 X 9.75 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0358 . Baer, Morley "Monterey Jail" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7x9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0359 Baer, Morley "Custom House" 09/1968 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0360 Baer, Morley "Pacific Hotel" 1211969 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0361 Baer, Morlel:: "Casa Jesus Soto" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0362 Baer, Morley "Robert Louis Stevenson House" 09/1968 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0363 '. Baer, Morley "St. James Episcopal Church" 05/1970 Photo Lower Right 9x 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0364 ./ Baer, Morley "Joaquin de Soto House" 0311972 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0365 Baer, Morley "First Brick Building in California" 05/ 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.25 x9.5 Excellent Unframed-J:)rymounted 800.00
0366 Baer, Morley "Alvarado House" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 7 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
0367 Baer Morley "Abrego House" 1970 Photo Lower Right 7.25 X 9.25 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
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0368 ... Baer, Morley. "Soberanes Adobe" 07/1970 Photo Lower Right 6.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 800.00
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0369 Remington, Frederic "Russian Cossack" Unknown Print Lower Left 10.5 X 8.75 Fair (Water Damage) Unframed 200.00
0370
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Unknown "Ralph Waldo Emerson" Unknown Photo No Signature 13 X 10.5 Fair Unframed 500.00
0371 Metcalf, W.L. "A Sketch" Unknown Bookplate Center Right 12.5 X 8.5 Fair (Acid Burn) Unframed 1000.00
0372
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Barrymore, Lionel "Little Boatyard, Venice" Unknown Etching Lower Right 16x l 2.5 Fair (Acid Burn) Unframed 100.00
0373 v Cox, Kenyon
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"Lillith"
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1891 Bookplate Lower Right 17 X 13 Poor (Mold & Water Damage) _!,!nframed 100.00
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0374 v Reinhart, Charles S. "The Spanish Barber" 1881 Bookplate Lower Right 11.5 X 8 rur Unframed 1000.00
0375 Hagemeyer, Johann "Castles of Today" 1922 Photo Lower Right 10 X 8 Good Unframed-Drymounted 8500.00
0376
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Millet, Jean-Francais Young Shepardess Knitting with Surrounding Sheep Unknown Etching Lower Left 15 X lJ Good (Acid Burn) Unframed-Drymounted 2000.00
0377 Unknown "De Strugge Superb 'apreur" (Gargoyle on top of building) Unknown Etching No Signature 15.5 X 12.75 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 1500.00
0378 / Low, Will H. "Narcissus" Unknown Bookplate Lower Right 17 X 13 Poor (Mold & Water Damage) Unframed 500.00
0379 ,/ Unknown Postcard from Italy . _ __ __ Unknown Postcard No 4x6 Excellent 50.00
03807"
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Full Edition of"The Homes & Haunts of Shakespeare" CQI)yrig)lt 1891
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Scribner & Sons, Charles Book No Signature NIA Fair (Acid Burn) N/A
0381 r Blake, William "Book of Job" Unknown Engraving No Signature 8.5 X 6.5 Fair (Acid Burn) Unframed 2500.00
0382 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Sunset on the Thames" Unknown Etching Lower Right 9 X 13 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 300.00
0383 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Little Calais Pier" 1865 Etching Lower Left & Right 6x9 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 500.00
0384 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Battersea Beach" Unknown Etching Lower & Upper Right 8 X 10.75 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 500.00
0385 Haden, Sir Francis "Sunset in Ireland" Unknown Etching Lower Left and Right 8.5 X 13.5 Fair (Acid Bum) Unframed 1200.00
0386 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Twickenham Church" Unknown Etching Lower Left 6.5 X 9 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 200.00
0387 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Egham Lock" Unknown Etching Lower Left 8.5 X 11 Fair (Waier Damage & Acid Bum) Unframed 350.00
0388 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Whistler's House at Old Chelsea" 1863 Etching Lower Left & Right 8.75 X !4.5 Poor (Waier Damage & Acid Bum) Unframed 500.00
0389 Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Shere Mill Pond" 1860 Etching Lower Right 9.5 X 13.5 Poor (Water Damage & Acid Bum) Unframed 500.00
0390 Dickens, Sir Charles See Attachment A for Descriptions 3128/1863 Letter N/A N/A Fair Unframed 3750.00
0391 1 Browning, Robert See Attachment A for Descriptions 12/16/1883 Letter N/A N/A iPoor Unframed 1200.00
0392 Schongauer, Martin "Jesus in the Garden of Gesthsemane" Unknown Etching Center 6.5 X 4.75 I Excellent Unframed 3000.00
0393 Schongauer, Martin "Putting Jesus in the Tomb" Unknown Etching Center 6.5 X 5 Excellent Unframed 3000.00
0394 Van Rijn, Rembrandt "Les Musicians Ambulants" Unknown Etching No Signature 6x5 Good Unframed 15,000.00
0395 Van Ostade, Adriaen Jansz "La Pere de Famille" 1648 Engraving Lower Center 5 x3.5 Excellent Unframed 5000.00
0396 Van Leyden, Lucas "Jesus Being Tempted by the Devil" 1418 Engraving Lower Left 5.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed 3000.00
0397 Van Rijn, Rembrandt "Woman of Samaria" 1634 Etching Upper Right 4.75 X 5.25 Excellent Unframed 5000.00
0398 \ Van Rijn, Rembrandt "Jesus Telling His Dreams" 1638 Etching No Signature 3.5 X 4.75 Excellent Unframed 15,000.00
0399 \ Haden, Sir Francis Seymour "Kensington Gardens" 1859 Etching Lower Right 9 x6.5 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 500.00
0400 Wierix, Hieronyt11us "Frondo Frugis Inops" Unknown Engraving Lower Left 5.75x4 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0401 Van Ostade, Adriaen Jansz "The Cobbler" 1671 Engraving Lower Right 8.75 X 6 Excellent Unframed 5000.00
0402 Johnson, Ida "Pink Sand-Verbena (Abronia Umbellata) Four-o'-clock Frunily" Unknown W/C Lower Left 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0403 Johnson, Ida "Footsteps of Spring (Sanicula Arctopoides) Parsely Family" Unknown W/C Lower Left 11 x8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0404 Johnson, Ida "Yellow Mariposa Lily (Calochortus Luteus) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0405 Johnson, Ida "California Buttercup (Ranunculus Californicus) Buttercup Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0406 Johnson, Ida "Coast Arnica (Arnica Discodea) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C I Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0407 v' Johnson, Ida "Painted Hosackia (Hosackia [Lotus] Formosissima) Pea Familt Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0408 Johnson, Ida "Star Zygadene (Zygadenus Fremooti) Lily Frunily" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0409 Johnson, Ida "Purple Turkish Rugging (Chorizanthe Statidoides) Buckwheat Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0410 Johnson, Ida "Sea Dahlia (Coreopsis Maritima) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right ll X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0411 Johnson, Ida "Matilija Poppy (Romoeya Coulteri) Poppy Family" Unknown WIC Lower Right lJ X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0412 . Johnson, Ida "Sea Pink (Armeria Vulgaris) Thrift Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0413 Johnson Ida "Ciintonia (Clintonia Aodrewisana) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
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0414 Johnson, Ida "Velvety Heuchera (Heuchera Pilosissima) Saxifrage Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0415 Johnson, Ida "Stickey Monkey (Diplacus Auranticus) Figwort Family" Unknown W/C Lower Center 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0416 Johnson, Ida "Snow Thistle (Cirsium Maritimum) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 x8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0417 Johnson, Ida "Head Brodiaea (Brodiaea Capitata) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 x8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0418 Johnson, Ida "Spring Beauties (Dentaria Integrifolia) Mustard Family" Unknown W/C Lower Left II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0419 v' Johnson, Ida "Scarlet Bugler(Penstemon Figwort Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0420 v Johnson, Ida "Snow Plant (Sarcodes Sangunea) Heath Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0421 ./ Johnson, Ida "Bleeding Heart (Dicentra Formosa) Fumitory Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0422 Johnson, Ida "Dune Primrose (Oenosthera Spiralis) Evening Primrose Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0423 v Johnson, Ida "Golden Brodiaea (Brodiaea Crocea) Lily Family" Unknown WIC Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0424 Johnson, Ida "Cream Cups (Platystemon Californicus) Poppy Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0425 Johnson, Ida "Climbing Nemophila (Nemophila Aurita) Phacelia Family" Unknown W/C II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
ro-426 "Indian Warrior_(I>edicularis Densilloni) Family"
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Johnson, Ida Unknown W/C Lower Left II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0427 Johnson, Ida "A California Lilac (Ceanothus Papillosus) Buckthorn Family" Unknown W/C Lower Left II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0428 Johnson, Ida "Pink Flowering Currant (Ribes Sanguineum-Glutinosum) Saxifrage Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0429 Johnson, Ida "Shooting Stars (Dodecatheon Hendersonii) Primrose Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0430 Johnson, Ida "Yerba Mansa (Anemopsis Californica) Lizard Tail Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0431 Johnson, Ida "Cascara "Coffee Berry"-(Cascara Californica) Buckthorn Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0432 ./ Johnson, Ida "Blazing Star (Mentzelia Laevicaulis) Blazing Star (Loasa) Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0433 Johnson, Ida "Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophilia Menziesii) Phaecelia Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II x 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0434 / Johnson, Ida "Chamise (Adenostum Fasciculatum) Rose Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0435 Johnson, Ida "Pennyroyal (Monardella Villosa) Mint Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0436 Johnson, Ida "Fairy Lanterns_(Calochortus Albus) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0437 v' Johnson, Ida "Tidy Tips (Layia Platyglossa) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C Lower Center 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0438 Johnson, Ida "Grindelia (Grindelia Robusta) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C Lower Center 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0439 Johnson, Ida "Mission Bells (Fritillaria Biflora) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0440 Johnson, Ida "Bear Grass (Xerophyllum Tenax) Lily Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0441 Johnson, Ida "A Dwarf California Lilac (Ceanothus Rigidus) Buckthron Family" Unknown W/C Lower Center 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0442 Johnson, Ida "Golden Yarrow (Eriophyllum Confertiflorum) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0443 Johnson, Ida "A California Lilac (Ceanothus Arboreus Glabea) Buckthron Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0444 Johnson, Ida "Wall.flowers (Erysim.um) Mustard Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0445 Johnson, Ida "Tidy Tips (Layia Platyglossa) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 8 Fair (Foxing) Unframed 400.00
0446 Johnson, Ida "Wood Violet (Viola Sarmentosa)Violet Family" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0447 Johnson, Ida "Romero (Trichosterna Lanatum) Mint Family" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0448 Johnson, Ida "Wild Cucumber_(Echincystis Fabacea) Gourd Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0449 Johnson, Ida "Blue Gilia (Gilia Chamisonensis) Gilia Family" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0450 Johnson, Ida "Thistle Sage (Salvcia Carduacea) Mint Family" Unknown W/C No Signature I I x 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0451 Johnson, Ida "Dune Evening Primrose J Enothera Spiral is} Evening Primrose Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0452 Johnson, Ida ' Pink Paintbrush (Otthocarpus Pusillus) Owl's Clover (Otthocarpus Densiflorus) Snapdragon Family" Unknown W/C No Signature II X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0453 Johnson Ida "Great Berried Manzanita (Manzanita Glauca) Heath Family" Unknown W/C No Sig11_ature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0454 Johnson, Ida "Tree Poppy (Dendromecon Rigidum) Poppy Family " Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0455 Johnson, Ida "Woolly Morning Glory (Convolvulus ViUosus) Morning Glory Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0456 " Johnson, Ida "Star Thistle (Centaurea Soestitialis) Sunflower Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Fair Unframed 400.00
0457 Manley, Lucia "Harrison Memorial Library, Main Branch" Unknown P&l Lower Right 9.75 X II Excellent Unframed 500.00
0458 Hagemeyer, Dora Bay Scene Unknown W/C No Signature II X 15 Fair Unframed 650.00
0459 Wev11.ers Alexander "The Sculptures of Alexander Wevfl.ers Sifl.lled First Edition Portfolio" Unknown Book Inside Cover N/A Fair_(Ri_ps in Portfolio Cover) N/A 500.00
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0460 Smith, Joe "The Guitterez House-Serra's Pear Tree (1827)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
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0461 Smith, Joe "The Parental Home of Castro Sanchez Family (1805)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0462 Smith, Joe "The Washington Hotel (1832)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X ll.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0463 Smith, Joe "The House of Four Winds, Built by Larkin (1835)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0464 Smith, Joe "The First Theatre (1845)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0465 Smith, Joe "Captain Cooper Established His First Trading Post Here (1823)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8x11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0466 Smith, Joe "Dominican Convent Founded in 1850" Unknown Print Lower Right 8xll.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0467 Smith, Joe "The Larkin Home-Sherman's Quarters (1830)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0468 Smith, Joe "The Royal Presidio Chapel ( 1792-1795)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0469 Smith, Joe "The Pacific House (1834)-The Old Customs House (1814)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0470 Smith, Joe "The Stevenson House (1815)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00

Smith, Joe "Robert Louis Stevenson House ( 1879)" Unknown Print Lower Right 8 X 11.5 Good Unframed 500.00
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0472 Oliphant Press An Eighteenth Century Printing Office-Plates from the Diderot Encyclopedia Unknown Lithographs NIA NIA Good NIA 150.00
0473 Fechin, Nicolai William Ritschell Unknown Print Lower Right 11 X 8.5 Excellent Unframed 300.00
0474 Wallace, Grant "When the Master of Ceremonies Comes In" 1908 P& I Lower Left 14,75 X 11 Fair (Foxing) Unframed 1500.00
0475 Wallace, Grant "Could Lloyd's Refuse to Insure this Gown?" Unknown P&I Lower Right 14.75 X 11 Fair (Foxing) Unframed 1500.00
0476 Wallace, Grant "The Clang_ofthe Wooden Shoe" Unknown P&l Lower Right 14.75 X 11 Fair (Foxing) Unframed 1500.00
0477 . Unknown Mission Scene Unknown W/B No Signature 6.75 X 9.75 Excellent Unframed 500.00
0478 Unknown Robinson Jeffers Unknown W/B No Signature 13 X 9.75 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0479 / Unknown George Sterling Unknown W/B No Signature J3 X 9.75 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0480 Unknown Cowboy Unknown W/B No Signature 13 X 9 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0481 Unknown Carmel Cottage Unknown W/B No Signature 11 X 15 Excellent Unframed 850.00
0482 Unknown Horse & Rider Unknown W/B No Signature 11.75x8 Excellent Unframed 850.00
0483 Unknown Clipp_er Ship Unknown W/B No Signature 15 X 11 Excellent Unframed 1000.00
0484 Botke, Cornelius "Water Mills" Unknown Etching Lower Right 5.35 X 6.5 Good. 112" Black Wood Convex 1800.00
0485 v Cooke, D.W. "Downtown Carmel" Unknown P&I Lower Rigllt 13 X 19 Poor (Foxing) Unframed 600.00
0486 'I'yson, Mary Portrait of Man Unknown W/C Lower Right 19.5 X 14.5 Good Unframed 800.00
0487 Stone, Jr., W.F. "Carmel's 75th Birthday" Unknown Poster Lower Left 24 X 18 Excellent Unframed 100.00
0488 V Bates, Bill "Pride ands Joy" 26/250 Unknown Etching Lower Right 15 X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0489 Bates, Bill "Farm Lady" 26/250 Unknown Etching Lower Right 1S X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0490 v lBates, Bill "Draw my Picture" 26/2SO Unknown Etching Lower Right 1S X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0491 v Bates, Bill "Children in the Red Scarves" Unknown Etching Lower Right 15 X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0492 fBates, Bill "Brick Cart-Shanghai" Unknown Etching Lower Right 15 X ll Excellent Unframed 60.00
0493 , lBates, Bill "Break Time at the Children's Palace" Unknown Etching Lower Right 11 X 15 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0494 v:; Bates, Bill "Suzhon Canal-Four O'Clock Unknown Etching Lower Right 15 X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
049S L" Bates, Bill "Pandas-Shanghai Zoo" Unknown Etching Lower Right IS X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0496 'h Bates, Bill "The Young Artists-Shanghai" Unknown Etching Lower Right IS x 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0497 v Bates, Bill "Tiger Hill-Suzhon" Unknown Etching Lower Right IS X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0498 Bates, Bill "Suzhon House" Unknown Etching Lower Right IS X 11 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0499 Bates, Bill "Suzhon Canal-One O'Clock" Unknown Etching Lower Right 11 X 15 Excellent Unframed 60.00
0500 . Pico, Charles Man in Sombrero ,. l'r /.lr-'/t..,_ I Unknown Pastel Lower Right 24x 19 Excellent Unframed 1500.00
0501 IPedini, Eldon "Riding in Style" Unknown P&I Lower Right 11.75 X 14.75 Fair Unframed 700.00
OS02 v DaVigo, Antoine Carmel-by-the-Sea Song on Parchment Paper and Illustrated Unknown Print Lower Right 18 x24 Good Unframed 2000.00
0503 , Genthe, Arnold "Ghost Tree" C. 1910 Photo NIA 12 X 9 Fair Unframed 4000.00
0504 I Warshawski, Abel Copy of Drawing of Ken Doolittle Unknown Print Lower Right 11.25 X 7.5 Good Unframed 1000.00
0505 .,- Unknown Rubbing of Tombstone "Xavier Martinez 1869-1943" Unknown Pencil No Signature 14 X 17 Excellent Unframed 10.00
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0506'v Unknown "Inca Rubbing" Unknown Pencil No Signature 14x 17 I Excellent Unframed 10.00
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0507 \r Unknown RubbingofTombstone "Alex Onessimo July 4, 1899-June 19, 1979" Unknown Pencil No Signature 14 X 17 Excellent Unframed 10.00
0508 Key, John Ross Eastern Mountain Scene I Unknown Print No Signature 11 X 16 Excellent Unframed 600.00
0509 Fenn, Harry Hotel Del Monte and Grounds-Monterey (Copy of Original Drawing) Unknown P/G No Signature 12 X 16 Fair Unframed 100.00
0510 Seideneck, George "William Ritschell" Unknown Photo Lower Right 13 X 10 Good Unframed 1000.00
0511 v Seideneck, George "John Catlin" Unknown Photo No Signature 18 X 16 Good Unframed 1000.00
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0512 '. Buck, Stuart "Home on the Range, George Seideneck" 1942 Photo Lower Right 10 X 8 Good Unframed 500.00
0513 ' Mencken, Henry (John Henry Nash) "Memorial to George Sterling" Unknown Print No Signature 19 X 12.75 Good N/A 500.00
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0514 J.,E.B. Two Horses j/
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1845 Pencil Center 15 X 19 Poor Unframed 100.00
0515 Ketchum, Hank "Dennis the Menace" Unknown Marker Center 27.5 X 21 Fair Unframed 1000.00
0516 Mora, Joseph Map of Carmel-by-the-Sea Copyright 1942 Unknown Print No Signature 19 x25 Poor Unframed 100.00
0517 Mora, Joseph Map of Carmel-by-the-Sea Copyright 1942 _ ___________ _ _ Unknown Print No 8_ignature 19 x25 Poor Unframed 100.00
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Mora, Joseph Map ofCarme1-by-the-Sea Copyright 1942 Unknown Print No Signature 19x25 Fair Unframed 200.00
0519 Mora, Joseph Map of Carmel-by-the-Sea Copyright 1942 Unknown Print No Signature 19x25 Fair Unframed 200.00
0520 Mora, Joseph Map of California Copyright 1945 Unknown Print No Signature 25 X 19 Poor (Comer has been tom oft) Unframed 100.00
0521 Mora, Joseph Map of California Copyright 1945 Unknown Print No Signature 25 X 19 Good Unframed 250.00
0522 Mora, Joseph Map of Yosemite (Black & White) Unknown Print No Signature 25 X 19 Fair Unframed 300.00
0523 Ferro Abstract Portrait Unknown W/C Lower Right 26 X 16.5 Good Unframed 1000.00
0524 Unknown Photograph of Proclamation of 75th Annviersary by Jean Grace Unknown Photo No Signature 24x20 Excellent Unframed 50.00
0525 Masten, Ric "Six Degrees ofSeperation" Signed by Poet Unknown Print Lower Right 17 X 11 Excellent Unframed 500.00
0526 Stone, Jr., W.F. "100 Years in Paradise" Unknown Poster No Signature 24 X 18 Excellent Unframed 10.00
0527 Unknown "Stanley Wood" Unknown Photo No Signature 8.25 X 5.75 Fair Unframed 50.00
0528 ' Kloss, Gene "Yellowstone Lake" Unknown Etching Lower Right 14 X 7 Good (Acid Bum) Unframed 4000.00
0529 Kloss, Gene "Arroyo Seco Mountains" Unknown Etching Lower Right 6 x 8 Good (Acid Bum) Unframed 1500.00
0530 \ Kloss, Gene "Hillside Road" Unknown W/C Lower Right 10 X 8.5 Good (Acid Burn) Unframed 2000.00
053] Cooper, Colin Campbell European City Scene / J /I ~ l ~ <. rl_t'_- -' n _:-.t/L Unknown Etching Lower Right 13.25 X 10.5 Good (Acid Bum) Unframed 2000.00
0532 Stahl, John "The Span" Unknown Etching Lower Right 11 xl4 Good Unframed 300.00
0533 Dobson, Richard - "Richmond" Unknown Print Lower Right 11.5 X 8.5 Good Unframed 300.00
0534 Brigman, Anne "The Heart of the Storm" I ' I Unknown Photo Lower Right 12 X 10 Good Unframed 9000.00
0535 ../ Hutchinson, M. Louise "Innocence, Collinsia (Scrophulariacea, Figwort Family, Collinsia Bicolor)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0536 ' Hutchinson, M. Louise "Scarlet MonkeyFlower (Scrophulariacea, Figwort Family, Mimulus Cardinalis)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0537 \ Hutchinson, M. Louise "Scrubby or Low Wild Lilac (Rharnnaceae Buckthorn Family, Ceanothus Rigidus)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0538 ; Hutchinson, M. Louise "Scarlet Larkspur (Ranunculace & Buttercup Family, Delphinium Nudicaule)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0539 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Scarlet Elder (Caprifolacea, Honeysuckle Family, Sambucus Racemosa, Var. Callicarpa)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0540 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Silk Tassel Tree (Cornaceae, Dogwood Family, Garrya Elliptica)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0541 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Shooting Star (Primulaceae, Primrose Family, Dodecathon Hendersoni)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0542 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Flowering Currant (Saxifragaceae, Saxifrage Family, Ribes Glutinosum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0543 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Farewell to Spring Herald of Summer (Primulaceae, Primrose Family, Godetia Amoena)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0544 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Farewell to Spring Herald of Sununer (Onagraceae, Evening Primrose Family, Godetia Bottae) " Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0545 Hutchinson, M. Louise "False Onion (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Muilla Maritima)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0546 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Common Catchfly (Cary_o_phyllacea, Pink Family, Silene Gallica)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0547 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Common Wild Rose (Rosaceae, Rose Family, Rosa Califomica)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0548 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Milkwort (Po1ygalacea, Millcwort Family, Polygala Califomica)" Unknown W/C No Sign_ature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0549 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Trillium (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Trillium Sessile Var Califomicum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0550 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Golden Yarrow (Compositae, Composite Family, Eriophyllim Confertiflorum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0551 Hutchinson M. Louise "Golden Stars (Liliaceae Lily family, Bloomeria Aurea)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0552 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Golden Chinquapin (Fagaceae, Oak Family, Castanopsis, Cluysophylla Var. Minor)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0553 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Scarlet Bugler (Scrophulariaceae, Figwort Family, Pentstemon Centranthifolius)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0554 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Large Vetch (Leguminosae, Pea Family, Vicia Gigantea)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0555 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Yellow Pansy, Johnny-Jump-Up (Violaceae, Violet Family, Viola Pedunculata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0556 , Hutchinson, M. Louise "Gum Plant & Resin Weed (Compositae, Composite Family, Grindelia Cunefolia)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0557 .-'. Hutchinson, M. Louise "Groundsel Tree Mule-Fat (Compositae, Composit Baccharis Pilularis)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0558 Hutchinson, M. Louise ' Hummingbirds Trumpet (Primulaceac, Primrose Family, ZauschneriaCalifomica, California Fuchsia)' Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0559 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Hearts Ease (Violaceae, Violet Family, Viola Ocellata)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0560 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Hedge Nettle (Labiatae, Mint Family, Stachys Bullata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0561 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Hounds Tongue(Borginaceae, Borage Family, Cynog)ossum Grande)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0562 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Fairy Lantern (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Calochortus Albus)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0563 Hutchinson, M. Louise "False Solomon's Seal (Liliaceae Lily Family, Sessilifo1ia)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0564 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Pink Paint Brush Escobita (Scrophulariaceae, Figwort Family, Orthocarpus Purpurascens)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0565 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae, Honeysuckle Family, Lonicera Hispidula)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0566 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Thistle (Compositae, Sunflower Family, Circium Occidental)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0567 ' Hutchinson, M. Louise "Leopard Lily or Tiger Lily (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Lilium Pardalinum)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0568 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Baby-Blue Eyes (Hydrophyllaceae, WaterleafFamily, Nernophilia Menziesii)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0569 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Fuchsia-Flowered Gooseberry (Saxifragaceae, Saxifrage Family, Ribes Glutinosum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0570 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Sweet Coltsfoot (Compositae, Composit Family, Petasites Palmata)'' Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0571 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Thimble Berry (Rosaceae, Rose Family, Rubus Parviflorus)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0572 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Lemonade Berry or Mahogany (Anacardiaceae, Sumach Family, Rhus lntegrifolia)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0573 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wintergreen (Ericaceae, Heath Family, Gaultheria Shallon, Salal)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0574 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wintergreen (Ericaceae, Heath Family, Gaultheria Shallon, Salal)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0575 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Manzanita or Bearberry (Ericaceae, Heath Family, Arcostaphy1os Manzanita)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0576 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Miners Lettuce (Portulacaceae, Purslane Family, Montia Perfoliata)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0577 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Mountain Balm(Hydrophyllaceae, WaterleafFamily, Eriodiction Glutinosum, Yerba Santa)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0578 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Alum Root (Saxifragaceae, Saxifrage Family, Heuchera Hartwegii)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0579 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Poison-Oak (Anarcardiaceae, Sumach Family, Rhus Diversiloba)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0580 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Purple Baby-Eyes (Hydrophyllaceae, WaterleafFamily, Nemophi1a Auriata)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0581 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Redwood Sorrel (Geraniaceae, Geranium Family, Oxalis Oreganal" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0582 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Rein Orchid (Orchidaceae, Orchid Family, Piperia Lancifolia, Habenaria Elegans)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0583 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Rein-Orchis (Orchidaceae, Orchis Family, Habeneria Elegans)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0584 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Beach-Strawberry (Roseacea, Rose Family, Fragaria Chilensis)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0585 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Beach Morning-Glory (Convolvulaceae, Morning-Glory Family, Convolvulus Soldanella)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0586 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Beach Aster or Seaside Daisy (Compositae, Composit Family, Erigeron G1aucus)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0587 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Bane Berry (Nymphaceae, Water Lilly Family, Actaea Spicata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0588 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Baby Eyes, Blue Veined Nemophilia (Hydrophyllaceae, WaterleafFamily, Nemophila lntennedia)" Unknown W/C Lower Rigllt 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0589 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Paint Brush (Scrophulariaceae, Figwort Family, Castilleia Latifolia)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0590 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Hosackia Gracilis (Leguminosae, Pea Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0591 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Penny Royal (Labiatae, Mint Monardella Villosa)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0592 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Pigeon Berry (Rhamnaceae, Buckthorn Family, Rhamnus Califomica, Cascara Sagrada)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0593 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Whispering Bells (Hydrophyllaceae, WaterleafFamily, E=enanthe Pendiflora)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0594 Hutchinson, M. Louise "White Brodcea (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Brodiaea [Hookera], Hyacinth ina var. Lactca)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0595 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Black Lily, Chocolate Lily (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Fritillaria Biflora var. Agrestis)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0596 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Blue-and-White Lupin (Leguminosa, Pea Family, Lupinus Nanus)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0597 Hutchinson M. Louise "Bear Grass (Gramineae Grass Family,Stipa Setigeria)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0598 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Barberry (Berberidaceae, Barbell)' Family, Berberis Pinnata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0599 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Centaury (Gentianiceae, Gentian Family, Erythraea Venusta, Canchalagua)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0600 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Hazel (Corylaceae, Hazel Family, Coryalus Rostrata var. Californica)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0601 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Buckwheat (Polygonaceae, Buckwheat Family, Erigonum Fasciculatum)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0602 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Ginger (Aristolochiaceae, Birthwort Family, Asarum Caudatum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0603 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Gooseberry (Saxifragaceae, Saxifrage Family, Ribes MenziesiQ" Unknown W/C Lower Rigllt 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0604 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Hollyhock (Malvaceae, Mallow Family, Sidalcea Malvaeflora)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0605 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Hyacinth (l iliaceae, Lily Family, Brodiaea Capitata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0606 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wild Tobacco (Solanaceae, Nightshade Family, Nicotiana Bigelovii)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0607 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Wind Flower (Ranunculacea, Crowfoot Family, Anemone Quinquefolia)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0608 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Thorn Apple (Solanaceae, Nightshade Family, Datura Meteloides, Tolguacha)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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Hutchinson, M. Louise "Tree Poppy (Papaveraceae, Poppy Family, Dendromecon Rigidurn)" __ . Unknown W/C . 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
"Tree Tobacco (Solanaceae, Nightshade Family, Nicotiana Glauca)"
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0610 Hutchinson, M. Louise Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0611 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Twin Berry (Caprifolaceae, Honeysuckle Family, Lonicera lnvolucrata)" Unknown W/C Lower Right )4 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0612 Hutchinson, M. Louise 'Violet Broom-Rape or Violet Cancer Root (Orobancbaceae, Broom-rape Family, Aphyllon Uniflorum)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0613 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Violet Nightshade (Solanaceae, Solanum Xanti)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0614 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Christmas Berry (Rosaceae, Rose Family, Heteromeles Arbutifolia, California Holly Toyon)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0615 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Mountain Ladyslipper Montanum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0616 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Oso Berry (Rosaceae, Rose Family, Osmaronia Cerasiformis)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0617 \ Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Lilac (Rhamnaceae, Buckthorn Family, Ceanothus Rigidus)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0618 ' Hutchinson, M. Louise "Brodiaea Terrestris (Liliaceae, Lily Family)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0619 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Toad-Flax (Scrophulariceae, Figwort Family, Linaria Canadensis)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0620 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Creek Dogwood (Cornaceae, Dog\ood Family, Comus Pubscens)_'' Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0621 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Creeping Wood Violet (Violaceae, Violet Family, Viola Sempervirens)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 'Good Unframed 350.00
0622 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Diogenis Lantern (Calochortus Amabilis)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0623 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Dog Violet (Violaceae, Violet Family, Viola Canina var. Adunca)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0624 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Douglas Iris (lridaceae, Iris Family, Iris Doug!asiana)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0625 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Saxifrage (Saxifragaceae, Saxifrage Family, Saxifragja Californica)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0626 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Cat's Ears or Pussy's Ears (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Calochortus Uniflorus)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0627 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Chicory or Wild Batchelor's Button (Compistae, Composit Family, Cichorium lntybus)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0628 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Chinquapin (Fragaceae, Oak Family, Castinopsis Sempervirens, Chinkapin)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0629 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Clarkia (Primulaceae, Primrose Family, Clarkia Rhomboidia)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0630 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Clarkia (Primulaceae, Primrose Family, Clarkia Elegans)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0631 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Clintonia (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Clintonia Andrewsiana)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0632 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Columbine (Ranunculaceae, Crowfoot Family, Aquilegia Truncata)" Unknown W/C LowerRigbt 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0633 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Horsechestnut or California Buckeye (Sopindaceae, Maple Family, Aesculus Califomica)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0634 Hutchinson, M. Louise "California Laurel (Lauraceae, Laurel Family, Umbellularia Californica)" Unknown W/C Middle 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0635 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Madrone (Ericaceae, Heath Family, Arbutus Menziesii)" Unknown W/C Lower Right !4 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0636 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Little Snapdragon (Scrophulariaceae Figwort Family, Anterrhinum Strictum)" Unknown W/C Lower Right }4 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0637 Hutchinson, M. Louise ''Coral Root(Orchidaceae, Orchid Family, Corallorhiza Bigelovii)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0638 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Cream Cups (Papaveraceae, Poppy Family, Platystemon Californicus)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0639 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Zygadene (Li!iaceae, Lily Family, Zygadenus Fremonti)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0640 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Yellow Sand-Verbena (Polygonaceae, Four-o'clock Family, Abronia Laifolia)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0641 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Yellow Mariposa Tulip (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Calochortus Luteus)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0642 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Sun-Cups (Omagraceae, Evening-Primrose Family, Enothera Ovata)" Unknown W/C Lower Left }4 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0643 Hutchinson M. Louise "Stickey Monkey Flower (Scrophulariaceae Figwort Family, Diplacus Glutinosus)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0644 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Chickweed-Wintergreen (Prirnulaceae, Trientalis Europeae var. Latifolia, Primrose Family, Starflower)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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0645 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Spring Blossom (Cruciferae, Mustard Family, Dentaria Califomica, Toothwort, Pepper-root)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0646 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Small Flowered Dogwood (Comaceae, Dogwood Family, Comus Glabrata)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14x 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0647 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Snow-Berry (Caprifoliaceae, Honeysuckle Family, Symphoricarpus Racemosus)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0648 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Bog Iris (Iridaceae, Iris Family, Iris Longipetala)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0649 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Cinquefoil (Rosaceae, Rose Family, Potentilla Glandulosa, Silver-Weed)" Unknown W/C No Signature 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
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"Bronze-Bells or Rice-Root (Liliaceae, Lily Family, Fritillaria Lanceolata)" 0650 Hutchinson, M. Louise Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0651 Hutchinson, M. Louise "Virgin's Bower (Ranunculaceae, Crowfoot Family, Clematis Ligusticifolia)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 14 X 10 Good Unframed 350.00
0652 Japanese Prints 127 Prints Unknown WIB No Signature N/A Good Unframed N/A Peter Gilder
0653 v Japanese Prints 15 Kimono Stencils Unknown N/A No Signature N/A Good Unframed N/ A Peter Gilder
0654 \ ' Mora. Joseph Map of California Copyright 1945 Unknown Print No Signature 25 X 19 Good l/2" Wood w/ Red Matting & Plexi-Glas 250.00
0655 v . Mora, Joseph
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35o:oo---- - Hutchinson, M. Louise "Monkey Flower (Scarlet Mimulus, Mimulus Douglasii, Figwort Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Good l/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner
0657 / Unknown Seascape Unknown Print No Signature 10.5 X 16 Good Gold Wood l/2" with Purple Matting 200.00
0658 v Unknown Pamphlet of Carmel's Lot's Sold Unknown Print No Signature 15 x24 Good 1/2" Burl Wood 50.00
0659 v Weston, Edward Robinson Jeffers Unknown Photo No Signature 9.5 X 6.5 Good 1/4" Brown Wood 150.00
0660 \ Indelar Bronze Relief of Robinson Jeffers Unknown Bronze Lower Righ_t 6.5 X 4.5 Excellent Unframed 750.00
0661 \ Unknown Photo of George Sterling 1926 Photo No Signature 9x6.5 Fair Photo Frame 150.00
0662 Coughlin, Jack "Henry Miller" 106/ 125 Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0663 Coughlin, Jack "Lincoln Steffens" 106/ 125 Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0664 Coughlin, Jack "Robert Louis Stevenson" 106/125 Unknown LEEtching Lower Right ll.25xl0 Excellent Unframed ..............
0665 Coughlin, Jack "Ansel Adams" Unknown LE Etching Lower Right 11.25x10 Excellent Unframed ................
0666 '
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Coughlin, Jack "Gertrude Atherton" Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25x!O Excellent Unframed ..............
0667 I Coughlin, Jack "Edward Weston" l Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0668 Coughlin, Jack "Jack London" ~ . .u Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0669 Coughlin, Jack "Mary Austin" "} i ~ Unknown LEEtching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0670 Coughlin, Jack "Sinclair Lewis" I l .-. ' Unknown LE Etching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0671 Coughlin, Jack "John Steinbeck" \.' Unknown LE Etching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed -------
0672 Coughlin, Jack "George Sterling" Unknown LE Etching Lower Right 11.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed ...............
0.673 Coughlin, Jack "Robinson Jeffers" Unknown LEEtching Lower Right !1.25 X 10 Excellent Unframed ...............
0674 Coughlin, Jack & Richard Dillon Impressions of Bohemia (Pacific Rim Galleries Carmel, Ca 1986 Unknown Book No Signature N/ A Excellent Unframed 400.00
0675
' Johnson, Nancy 134 Sketchbooks Unknown W/C Signed N/A Good Unframed 1000.00
0676 Johnson, Ida Front Page to Wildflower Collection Unknown W/C Signed 11 X 8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0677 '
Johnson, Ida "Blue Phacelia (Phacelia Tenacetifolia, Phacelia Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Center 11 X 8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0678 ' Johnson, Ida "Toyon Christmas Berry (Heteromeles Arbutifolia, Rose Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Good l/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0679 . Johnson, Ida "Gentian (Gentiana Oregana, Gentian Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Good l/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0680 \ Johnson, Ida "Tree Lupine (Lupinus Arboreus, Pea Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Left 11 X 8 Good 114" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0681 Johnson, Ida "Indian Paint-Brush (Castilleia Latifolia, Figwort Family)" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 x8 Good 114" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0682 \. Mora, Joseph Map of Carmel-by-the-Sea Copyright 1942 Unknown Print No Signature 19 X 25 Good 112" Wood w/ Red Matting & Plexi-Glas 250.00
0683 '/ Weygers, Alexander "Giovanni Boccacio's Patron Saint" Unknown Sculpture Reverse 8.5 X 5 Excellent Unframed 1500.00
0684 Melchert, Ernest -" "La Farraca" I 1---t_-1 .'- Unknown Etching Lower Right 4.75 X 6 Good Unframed 400.00
0685 Melchert, Ernest ~ "The Old Guard" ..: . -----,
Unknown Etching Lower Right 9.25 X 6.5 Good Unframed 500.00
0686
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Weston, Edward "Nude" [Project Print (159N)] Unknown Photo No Signature 4.75 X 3.75 Good (Indentations in Photo) Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0687 Weston, Edward "Nude" [Project Print (142N)] Unknown Photo No Signature 4.5 X 3.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0688 ~ - Weston, Edward "Nude" (Project Print (151N)] Unknown Photo No Signature 3.5 X 4.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0689 Weston Edward "Nude" fProiect Print(167N)] Unknown Photo No Signature 3.5 X 4.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
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0690 . Weston, Edward "Rear Courtyard of La Ramb1a" [Vintage Print] 1928 Photo Lower Right 10.25 X 7.5 Fair Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
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0691 v Weston, Edward "West Entry to La Ramb1a" [Vintage Print] 1928 Photo Lower Right 11 X 9 Fair (Water Spots) Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0692 Weston, Edward "Iceberg Lake, 1937" [Project Print (E-IL-Sg)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent ! Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0693

Weston, Edward "Shell, Point Lobos, 1937" Print (ISS)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0694
1
/ Weston, Edward Untitled (Barn, 1930) [Vintage Print] 1932 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 30,000.00
0695 Weston, Edward "Pulqueria, Mexico, 1926" [Project Print (60A)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0696 v Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1938" [Project Print (PL-L-10g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5500.00
0697 Weston, Edward "Tomato Field, 1937" [Project Print (SC-BS-lg)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0698 ' Weston, Edward "Badwater, Death Valley, 1938" [Project Print (DV-Mi-24g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0699 .Weston, Edward "Golden Canyon, Death Valley, 1938" [Project Print (DV-GC-10g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5500.00
0700 v Weston, Edward "Cabbage Leaf, 1931" [50th Anniversary Portfolio Print] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 15,000.00
0701 Weston, Edward "Betty Anne McCarthy" (Vintage Print] 1931 - Lower Right 9 X 7.375 Fair (Fading) Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
"Bertha Wordell, 1923" [Vintage Print] Lower Right Fair (Warping)- Unframed-Drymounted
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12,000.00 0702 ' Weston, Edward 1923 Photo 9.25 X 7.125
0703 ' Weston, Edward "Arnold Schonberg, 1936" fProject Print] 1953 Photo No Signature 4.75x3.75 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0704 Weston, Edward "Igor Stravinsky,1935" [Project Print] 1953 Photo No Signature 4.5 X3.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4500.00
0705 './ Weston, Edward "Robinson Jeffers, 1933" [Project Print] 1953 Photo No Signature 4.5 X 3.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0706 Weston, Edward "West Courtyard of La Rambla" [Vintage Print] 1928 Photo Lower Right 8 x9.5 Fair (Water Spots) Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0707' Weston, Edward "Santa Fe Locomotive, 1942" [Project Print (LA 42-SF-2)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0708 Weston, Edward "Cauliflower, 1931" [Project Print (SIV)J 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 8000.00
0709 Weston, Edward "Erosion, Point Lobos, 1929" [Project Print (15R)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0710 Weston, Edward "Juniper Bark, 1937" [Project Print (Jl-C-IG)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0711 eston, Edward Untitled (Point Lobos, 1938) (PL-L-lg) 1952 Photo Verso 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0712 1,1'" Weston, Edward "Pottery, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1926" [Project Print (3 Mi)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0713 Weston, Edward "Fog, California Coast, 1945" [Project Print (C45-NE S-2)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0714 \ !-Weston, Edward "Tracks in Sand, 1937" [Project Print(NG-LR-3g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0715 , Weston, Edward "Mr. Brown Jones, Atlanta, 1941" [Project Print (G41-A-4)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000,00
0716 Weston, Edward "Dunes, Oceano, 1936" [Project Print (45SO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0717 ' Weston, Edward "Sahuaro, 1938" [Project Print (A-S-2g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0718 Weston, Edward "Franky, 1945" [Project Print (C 45-CTS-13)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 2000.00
0719 Weston, Edward "Nude, 1926" [Project Print (51 N)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0720 Weston, Edward "Castroville Barn, 1934" fProject Print (49A)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0721 Weston, Edward "Excusado, Mexico, 1926" [Project Print (4M)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0722 Weston, Edward "San Juan Ranch, Carmel, 1934" [Project Print (42L)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0723 Weston, Edward "Fence, Big Sur, 1935" [Project Print (46L)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0724 . / Weston, Edward "Kelp, 1930" [Project Print (12K)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5500.00
0725 v Weston, Edward "Dead Pelican, Point Lobos, 1942" [Project Print (PL 42 Ni-l)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0726 / Weston, Edward "Dunes, 1934" [Project Print (18SO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0727 V' Weston, Edward "Egg Slicer, 1930" [Project Print (25M)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0728 Weston, Edward "Cement Mixer's Glove, 1936" [Project Print (28Mi)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0729 Weston, Edward "Branches and Snow, Yosemite, 1938" [Project Print (YS-TB(R?)-50)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9. 5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0730 Weston, Edward "Mr. and Mrs. Fry, Austin, Texas, 1941" fProject Print (TX 41-A-Z)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0731 ,/' Weston, Edward "Church Door, Hornitos, 1940" [Portfolio Print# 8] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7. 5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 10,000.00
0732 ./ Weston, Edward "Barn, Salinas, 1939" [Project Print (MC39-S-1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0733 Weston, Edward "Stump, 1937" [Project Print (NC-CC-2G)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0734 ./ Weston, Edward "Diego Rivera, 1924" [Project Print (5PO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0735 Weston, Edward "Cypress Root and Rocks, Pebble Beach, 1929" [Project Print(22T)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
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0736 Weston, Edward "Succulent, 1930" [Project Print (2C)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 7000.00
0737 !'_ Weston, Edward I "Driftwood Stump, 1937"[I>roject Print (NC-CC-6g)] 1953 Photo No Sign_ature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0738 Weston, Edward "Boatbuilder, 1935" (Weston's Son Neil) [Project Print (39M)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0739 Weston, Edward "Surf, Point Lobos, 1938" [Project Print (PL-S-150)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 x9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0740 Weston, Edward "Boulder Dam, 1941" (now Hoover Dam) [Project Print (N41-BD 1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0741 Weston, Edward "Aspen Valley, New Mexico, 1937" [Project Print (NM-Av-4g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0742 Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1939" [Project Print (PL-R--25g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0743 Weston, Edward "Tomales Bay, 1937" [Project Print (NC-TB-20)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0744 Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1930" [Project Print (29R)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0745 /.. Weston, Edward "Floor of Death Valley from Dante's View, 1938" [Project Print (DV-DV-14g)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0746 Weston, Edward "Surf, Point Lobos, 1938" [Project Print (PL-S-17G)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0747 Weston, Edward "Surf, Point Lobos,JJ38" [Project Print (PL-S-3Q2]_ _____ 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-[)rymounted 6000.00
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0748 Weston, Edward "Nude, 1936" [Portfolio Print# 5) 1952 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 16,0000.00
0749 I Weston, Edward "Shell, 1927" Print (l4S)1 1953 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 9000.00
0750 Weston, Edward "Dunes Oceano, 1936" [Project Print (47 SO)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 17,000.00
0751 Weston, Edward "Pepper, 1930" [Project Print (31P)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0752 Weston, Edward "Beach Rocks, 1929" C.1950 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0753 Weston, Edward "Toadstool, 1932" [Project Print (8FU)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0754 Weston, Edward "Dunes, Oceano, 1936" [Portfolio Print # 12] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0755 '\,. Weston, Edward ''Nude on Sand, 1937" [Project Print (235 N)] 1953 Photo No Signature 6.25 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0756 Weston, Edward "Winter Squash, 1930" [Project Print (34V)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0757 Weston, Edward "Dunes, Oceano, 1936" [Project Print (37SO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 17,000.00
0758 Weston, Edward "Willow, Santa Cruz. 1933" [Project Print (63T)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0759 Weston, Edward "Cannery, Point Lobos, 1930"[Project Print (25A)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0760 Weston, Edward "Eroded Plank from Barley Sifter, 1931" [Project Print (53T)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0761 Weston, Edward "Johan, Redondo, 1920" [Project Print (55PO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X. 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0762 'II Weston, Edward "Juniper, Lake Tenaya, 193 7" [Project Print (Jl-C-1g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0763 Weston, Edward "Potato Cellar, 1937" [Project Print (LT-50)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0764 Weston, Edward "Floating Kelp, Point Lobos, 1940" [Project Print (PL 40-K-4)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0765 ( Weston, Edward "Cypress, Point Lobos, 1940" [Project Print (PL 40-T-3)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0766 Weston, Edward "Cypress, 1929" [Project Print (9T)1 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 8000.00
0767 ,. Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1930" [Project Print (31R)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0768 Weston, Edward "The Monastary From Point Lobos, 1938" [Project Print (PL-L-14g)J 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0769
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Weston, Edward "Debris with Tire, 1940" [Project Print(SSH 40-A-Z)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0770 Weston, Edward "Janitzio, Mexico, 1926" [Project Print (1L)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0771 Weston, Edward "Artichoke Halved, 1930" [Project Print (28 V)] 1953 Photo No Sign_ature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 10,000.00
0772 Weston, Edward "Stonecrop and Cypress, Point Lobos, 1939" [Project Print (PL-39-Mi-1 )] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0773 Weston, Edward "Abandoned Piano, Meraux Plantation, Louisiana, 1941" [Project Print (L41PH11)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0774
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Weston, Edward "Dante's View, Death Valley, 1938" [Project Print (DV-DV-16g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0775 v' Weston, Edward "Beach, Point Lobos, 1948" [Project Print (PL48-R-1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0776 Weston, Edward "Landscape in Mt. Lassen National Park, 1937" [Project Print (NE-L-2g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0777 . Weston, Edward Untitled (Wave Breaking on Rock, 1946) [Vintage Print) 1946 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 14,000.00
0778 Weston, Edward "Shells, 192 7" C.1952 Photo No Signature 9 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 9000.00
0779 Weston, Edward "Cypress, Pebble Beach, 1932" [Project Print (54T)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unftamed-Drymounted 6000.00
0780 Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1938" [Vintage Print (PL-R-200)) 1938 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X9.5 Excellent Unftamed-Drymounted 20,000.00
0781 Weston Edward "Foam Point Lobos 1938" [Project Print (PL-P-10)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
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0782 \ Weston, Edward "Dunes, Oceano, 1936" [Project Print (60SO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0783 ,, Weston, Edward "Death Valley, 1939" [Project Print (DV-39c-5g)) 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0784 Weston, Edward "Point Sur, 1940" [Project Print (SSH 40-S-3)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0785\ Weston, Edward "Kelp, 1930" [Vintage Print] 1930 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Good (Indentations in Photo) Unframed-Drymounted 25,000.00
0786
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Weston, Edward "Cypress Stump, 1930" C.l950 Photo Lower Right 9 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6500.00
0787 / Weston, Edward "The Panamints, 1938" [Project Print (DV-P-4g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent
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6000.00
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- No Signature 0788 Weston, Edward "China Cove, Point Lobos, 1938" [Project Print (PL-L-23g)] 1953 Photo 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0789 ., Weston, Edward "Kelp, 1930" [Project Print (llK)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0790 Weston, Edward "Lettuce Ranch, Salinas Valley, 1939" [Project Print (36L)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0791 Weston, Edward "Melting Ice, 1938" [Project Print (A-P-3G)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0792 Weston, Edward "Nude, 1943" [Project Print (N 43-CH-1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0793 Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, Print ________ _ 1953 Photo 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymoun!ed 5000.00
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0794 ' Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1944"[Project Print-(PL44-R-5}] Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0795 Weston, Edward "Guadalupe, Mexico, 1924" (Portfolio Print# 7) 1952 Photo Lower Right 8x7 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0796 Weston, Edward "David H. McAlpin, New York, 1941" [Portfolio Print# 3] 1952 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0797 Weston, Edward "Eel River, 1937" [Portfolio Print# 2] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 8000.00
0798 Weston, Edward "Willie, New Orleans, 1941" [Portfolio Print# 11] 1952 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0799 Weston, Edward "North Dome, Point Lobos, 1946" [Portfolio Print# 9) 1952 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Qrym.ounted 6000.00
0800 Weston, Edward "Eroded Rock, Point Lobos, 1930" [Portfolio Print # 4] 1952 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0801 Weston, Edward "William Edmondson, Sculptor, Nashville, 1941" [Portfolio Print# 1 0] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0802 t/ Weston, Edward "Wall Scrawls, Hornitos, 1940" [Portfolio Print# 6] 1952 Photo Lower Right 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0803 Weston, Edward "20-Mule Canyon, Death Valley, 1938" [Project Print C837(DV-TME-3G)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0804 \ Weston, Edward "Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona, 1941" [Project Print (A41-CC-3)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0805 Weston, Edward "Wedding Cake House, Kennebunk, Maine, 1941" [Project Print (ME 41-K-1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0806 Weston, Edward "Willard Van Dyke, Point Lobos, 1945" [Project Print(PO 45-Wl)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0807 Weston, Edward "Ships, San Erancisco, 1925" [Project Print (8M)] 1953 Photo No Signature 9.5 X 7.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0808 Weston, Edward "Stonecrop and Cypress, Point Lobos, 1941" [Project Print (PL-41-T-1)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0809 \ Weston, Edward "Sandstone Erosion, Point Lobos, 1942"JProject Print (PL 42-R-3)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 4000.00
0810 Weston, Edward "Rhyolite, Nevada, 1938" [Project Print (DV-R-2G)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 3000.00
0811 Weston, Edward Robinson Jeffers, 1929 C. l952 Photo Lower Right 9x7 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 8000.00
0812 Weston, Edward "Golden Canyon, Death Valley, 1938" [Project Print (DV-GC-12g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0813 Weston, Edward "Grass Against Sea, 1937" [Project Print (SC-3S-2g)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 6000.00
0814 ' Weston, Edward "Point Lobos, 1930" [Project Print (56R)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Excellent Unframed-Drymounted 5000.00
0815
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' Weston, Edward "Charlotte Kellogg" [Portrait Proofs] Unknown Photo No Signature 3.5 x2.5 Good Encased in Plastic 150.00
0816 .' Weston, Edward "Charlotte Kellogg and her daughter, Jean, 1945" 1945 Photo No Signature 9 X 7.5 Good Encased in Plastic 2500.00
0817 / Weston, Edward "Charlotte Kellogg, 1931" [Portrait] 1931 Photo No Signature 8.5 x6 Good Encased in Plastic 1500.00
0818 :,/ Weston, Edward "Charlotte Kellogg, 1945" [Portrait] 1945 Photo On Reverse 9.5 X 7.5 Good Encased in Plastic 2000.00
0819 v Weston, Edward "Jean Kellogg Dickie, 1943" 1943 Photo Lower Right 4.25 x3.5 Good Unframed-Drymounted 2000.00
0820 v Weston, Edward "Jean Kellogg Dickie, 1943" 1943 Photo Lower Right 9.5 X 7.5 Good Unframed-Drymounted 4500.00
0821 v Monterey Peninsula Herald Art Edition: Jean Kellogg Dickie's Gift of Weston Collection to Harrison Memorial 2/15/ 1956 Photo No Signature 8x9.5 Good Encased in Plastic 300.00
0822 Weston, Edward "Margarethe, 1921" [Project Print (52-PO)] 1953 Photo No Signature 7.5 X 9.5 Good I" Black Wood w/ Acid-Free Matting 4500.00
0823 v Weston, Edward "Shell, 1927" [Project Print (2S)] 1953 Photo No Signature 8 X 9.5 Good I" Black Wood w/ Acid-Free Matting 6000.00
0824 Mora, Map of 17 Mile Drive Unknown Lithograph No Signature 33 X 25 Good Unframed 500.00
0825 v Various Forest Theatre Posters A-C Includes F67a Prints & Originals 99 Pieces Unknown Poster NIA NIA Good Unframed 3500.00
0826 v Various Forest Theatre Posters D-L Includes F67a Prints & Originals 68 Pieces Unknown Poster NIA NIA Good Unframed 3000.00
0827 v Various Forest Theatre Posters M-0 Includes F67a Prints & Originals 142 Pieces Unknown Poster NIA N/A Good Unframed 5000.00
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0828 >./ Various Forest Theatre Posters P-Z Includes F67a Prints & Originals 132 Pieces Unknown Poster N/A N/A Good Unframed 5500.00
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0829 Unknown Black Crows in Front of Sunset (With Love from KFC) Unknown Japanese No Signature 3x6 Good Unframed 50.00
0830 Unknown Bird on Branch Unknown Japanese No Signature 9x7 Good Unframed 50.00
0831 Unknown SotMnir Buddhist Exhibit Palace ofl!duc.otion: Panaloa PacificIntematiooal Exhibition 191S, "Western Parldise' Unknown Japanese No Signature 10 X 6.75 Good Unframed 100.00
0832 Unknown Mountain Scene Unknown Japanese No Signature 7.5 X 10.5 Good Unframed 100.00
0833 I Rogetsu "Ono No Tofu" Unknown Japanese No Signature 14 X 9.5 Fair
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100.00
0834 Comstock, Mayotta Otsy-Totsy Rag Doll "Little Iodine" Unknown Doll No Signature N/A Good N/A 500.00
0835
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Jolmson, Ida ''Yellow Sand-Verbena (Abronia Latifolia) Four-0-Clock Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X 8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
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0836 V Johnson, Ida "Fuschia-Flowered Gooseberry (Ribes Speciusim) Saxifage Family" Unknown W/C No Signature J1 X8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0837 v [)ohnson, Ida "Redwood Rose (Rosa Gymnocarpa) Rose Family" Unknown W/C No Signature 11 X8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0838 v Johnson, Ida "Wild Pansy (Viola Pedunculata) Violet Family" Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
0839 v Navarrete, Bob_ Carmel Mission 1976 Photo On Reverse 16x20 Fair Brown w/Double Matting __
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0840 v J ai-tong, Zhao "Pine Tree" Unknown SilkScreen In Chinese 37 X 18 Good 1" Black Frame 1000.00
0841 Whistler, James McNeill Thomas Carlyle . Unknown Etching Lower Left 20 X 16 Poor (Water Damage & Acid Bum) Heavy Gold Wood 650.00
Os42 v Keating, Elizabeth "Golden Gate Bridge" Unknown W/C LowerRght IS X 22 Good 1/4" Silver Metal Frame 600.00
0843 1/': Katz, Anne Russian Folk Tale Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 24x 18 Good 4" Gold Rippled Wood 1000.00
0844 v Lupetti, Lynn "The Softest Hug" (38/50) Unknown Lithograph Lower Left 18 X 22 Excellent 2" Gold Convex w!Linen Liner & Gold Filet 600.00
0845 ./ Adams, Eva Belle "Savannah Lady Slipper" Unknown W/C Lower Right 9.5 X 6.25 Fair Unframed 100.00
0846 Cooke, D. W. 3 Nude Women Stretching Unknown P&I No Signature 12 X 11 Fair Unframed 300.00
0847 Cooke, D. W. 2 Nude Women Stretching Unknown P&I No Signature 13.75 X 10.5 Fair Unframed 300.00
0848 M.,R. El Carmel Mission 1900 0 /C Lower Right 17.5x27.5 Poor (Brittle) Unframed 300.00
0849 I Dahlstrand, Olaf "Crocker Citizens National Bank, Carmel, California" Unknown P&I Lower Right J3 X 22 Fair (Acid Burn) Unframed 200.00
0850 v Johnson, Nancy Carmel Meadow with Seagulls Unknown W/C Lower Left lOx 15 Good 1" Gold Wood Convex 400.00
0851 Cooke, D. W. Man in a Bar 1974 P&I Lower Left 13 x9 Fair Unframed 300.00
0852 v Unknown Relief of George Sterling Unknown Bronze No Signature 15.25 X 12 Good N/A 500.00
0853 Roussuff, A.N.

Portrait of a Woman
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""-"!.. 1893 Print Lower Right 16 X 12 Fair 1" Black Convex 500.00
0854 Sater, Robert U. "Creative Struggle'' f J Unknown Photo Lower Right 14 X 11 Good I Dry Mounted 800.00
0855 Vedder, Elihu "Lazarus" I ).
Unknown Print Lower Right )0.5 X 15.25 Good Brown Convex 250.00
0856 v . Blaisdell, Robert "Father Serra's Study" 1954 Photo Lower Right 14 X 11 Good Brown Convex 1500.00

Beaton, Elise de Celles "Sedona" Unknown W/C Lower Right 14 X 18 Fair Brown Convex (No Glass) 500.00
0858 v Otis, George Demont "Carmel Moonlight" 1931 LE Print Lower Left 9x 12 Good 4" Gold Wood w/ Embellishments 500.00
0859 1/ Dougherty, Paul Portrait of Paula Oates Dougherty 1928 0/PLD Lower Right 18 X 15 Good 1" Blonde Wood Convex w/Gold Filet 3000.00
0860 Carroll, Pam Reindeer Unknown 0/PPR Lower Right 19 X 1J Excellent 1" Red Metal w/ Cream Matting 3000.00
0861 Conger, Winfield S.
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Dog
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1880 Etching On Reverse 12"D Fair N/A (Plate) 150.00
0862 \ Unknown Bust of Austin James Unknown Sculpture No Signature N/A P<lor (Rt. Eat, N01e, 1nd BueChipped&IW!. Rrobll) N/A 50.00
0863 Syracuse China "Honoring His Holiness Pope John Paul II, Carmel Mission Basilica, September 17, 1987" 1987 China No Signature 11.5'' D Excellent N/A (Plate) 200.00
0864 v Kinnoull, Lady Claude "Portrait of Susan Porter" Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 55 X41 Poor (Water Damage) 4" Burl Wood Convex 2500.00
0865 Tavernier, Jules "Cypress Point, Monterey" Unknown 0 /PNL Lower Left 9.5 X 27.5 Good 3" Gold Rippled Wood Convex 60,000.00
0866 Burgdorff, Ferdinand "Hartnell School at Alisal, California" 1834 0 /C Lower Right 17.5 X 11.5 Good 1" White Wood Ridged 10,500.00
0867 Norman, Emile "Gerenuk" Unknown Print Lower Left 9 x 9 Good I" Brown Convex 150.00
0868 Norman, Emile "Hoopoe" Unknown Print Lower Left 13 X 20 Good 1" Brown Convex 300.00
0869 Hay, Elizabeth "Red Eagle" 1947 0 /C Lower Left 26x22 Good 2" Ash Wood Concave 2000.00
0870 Morgan, Mary DeNeale "Cypress! Monterey Coast" Unknown 0 /C Lower Left 40x50 Excellent 2" Gold Ridged 75,000.00
0871 MacLennan, Eunice Cashin "Flocking Gulls" 1938 0 /C Lower Left 40.5 x 36.5 Good 2" Silver Ridged 10,000.00
0872 Silva, William Posey "Mission Orchard" Unknown 0 /C Lower Right 32x32 Excellent 4" Gold California Composition Frame 30,000.00
0873 O'Shea, John "Comida" Unknown 0/C Lower Right 50 X 60 Excellent (Strengthen Stretcher) Mexican Style 40 000.00
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0874 ' Culbertson, Josephine "Carmel Mission" Unknown 0/C Lower Left 24x30 Good 5" Gold Wood Concave 8000.00
0875 v' Morgan, Charlotte "Early Carmel" Unknown 0/C Lower Left 35 x35 Good 4" Gold Wood Concave 10,000.00
0876 \ Watts, William Clothier "Point Lobos" Unknown W/C Lower Right 22x26 Good 5" Gold Wood Ridged 15,000.00
0877 .,/ Scardigli, Remo "Friar with Wolr' 07/1932 RIR No Signature 31 X 24 Good 6" Lililit Wood Rounded Edge 8000.00
0878 \. Curtis, Ida Maynard "The Chimes" Unknown 0/C Lower Right 40x30 Good (Cracking) 3" Gold Rounded Edge Rippled 15,000.00
0879 , Armor, Howell Statue of Father Serra Unknown Redwood No Signature 62"H Excellent N/A 6500.00
0880 "
Dougherty, Paul "Coast of California" Unknown 0/PNL Lower Left 35 x48 Excellent 3" Gold Wood w/Embellishment 8000.00
0881 James, Austin Bust of Robert Andrews Millikan Unknown Bronze No Signature N/A Excellent N/A 2500.00
0882 Davidson, Jo Bust of Paul Dougherty Unknown Bronze No Signature N/A Excellent N/A 6000.00
0883 Genthe, Arnold "Judge Ralph Chandler Harrison" Unknown Photo Lower Left 17.5 X 13.5 Good 2" Brown Wood Concave 2500.00
0884 Yard, Sydney Janis Landscape Unknown W/C Lower Right 17.5 X 20.5 Excellent 2" Silver Wood Ridged 6000.00
v Johnson, Ida "California PoppY (Escholtzia Califomica) Poppy _ __ Unknown W/C Lower Right 11 X 8 Good 1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 700.00
Johnson, Ida "A California Lilac(Ceanothus Divaricatus) Buckthorn Family Unknown Lower Right
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1/4" Gold Wood w/ Green French Liner 0886 1/ W/C 11 X 8 Good 700.00
0887 Hansen, Armin Carl "Animals and Figures" (Story of Life) 1936 0/PNL Lower Left 63x60 Fair (Cracking) 3" White Wood w/Oval Shaoe 500,000.00
0888 Scardigli, Remo "Friar with Birds" 07/ 1932 RIR No Signature 17 x24 Good 6" Light Wood Rounded Edge 8000.00
0889 Scardigli, Remo "St. Francis" 0711932 RIR No Signature 18 X 48 Good 6" Lil!ht Wood Rounded Edge 11,000.00
0890 ' Mora, Joseph "Yosemite" Unknown Poster No Signature 13.75 X 18 Good 1" Brown Rippled Convex 500.00
0891 Mora, Joseph "Grand Canyon" Unknown Poster No Signature 14.5 X 18.5 Good 1" Brown Rippled Convex 200.00
0892 / Mora, Joseph "Indians" Unknown Poster No Signature 30 X 23 Good 1" Brown Rippled Convex 600.00
0893 White, Emile "The Tiger" Unknown Print No Signature 16 X 20 Good 1/2" Brown Square Edge 50.00
0894 Otis, George Demont "Port Lavaca, Texas" Unknown Print On Reverse 10 X 12 Good 4" Gold Wood Rounded Edge 350.00
0895 Currier & Ives Clock Company Shelf Clock Depicting Town at Winter Time Unknown Clock No Signature N/A Good N/A 5000.00
0896 Unknown Portraits of Ralph Chandler Harrison and Ella Reid Harrison Unknown Photo No Signature 5x7each Fair l" Brown Rippled Convex 150.00
0897 Haegele, Rudolf "Dipped in Red"
I
1993 MT/PA On Reverse 34.25 X 74.25 Excellent Unframed 30,000.00
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0898 Haegele, Rudolf "Static Interference" 1993 MT/PA On Reverse 34.25 X 74.25 Excellent Unframed 30,000.00
0899 Haegele, Rudolf

::Island" F;! 1993 MT/PA On Reverse 34.25 X 74.25 Excellent Unframed 30,000.00
0900 Waisler, Lee "Red Dutch House" 1992 Acrylic No Signature 96x66 Excellent Unframed 32,000.00
0901 Waisler, Lee
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"Passage" (Part I) , ,.........')-' T 1993 Acrylic No Signature 65 X 101 Excellent Unframed 64,000.00
0902 Waisler, Lee "Passage" (Part 2)

1993 Acrylic No Signature 59 X 125 Excellent Unframed Included in Part One
0903 v Tosetti, Bill "Braveheart" 28/25 0 Unknown Serigraph On Reverse 15.5 X 15.5 Excellent 1" Glossy Black Square Edge 1600.00
0904 \/ Clay Spohn Fire Engine (Federal Art Project WP A) 1938 CopQer Lower Ri_ght 29 X 65 Good Unframed 500.00
0905 >I Mora, Joseph "Rodeo" Unknown Poster No Signature 30x28 Good 1" Brown Rippled Convex 600.00
0906 I Browning, Robert See Attachment A for Descriptions 1878 Letter N/A N/A Poor N/A 2600.00
0907 ..; Browning, Elizabeth Barrett See Attachment A for Descriptions Unknown Letter N/A N/A Fair N/A 5000.00
0908 ' Avalos, Juan de Fray Junipero Serra 1986 Bronze On Base 85 X 35 Good N/A 10,000.00
0909 Lundeen, George W. "The Valentine" 2/21 1990 Bronze On Bench 47x76x31 Good N/A 90,000.00
0910 . Mora, Joseph "In The Immortal Memory of Padre Junipero Serra" 1922 Wood On Bench NIA Good N/A 15,000.00
0911 \ Barrett, S.B. See Attachment A for Descriptions 1922 Letter N/A N/A Fair N/A 350.00
2,911,595.00
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Item# 390
ATTACHMENT A
Letter Descriptions
Quarto LS, On "Office of the All Year Round" Letterhead,
Addressed to "My Dear Dilke", Signed "Charles Dickens"
Item# 391
Quarto LS, Unknown Addressee, Signed "Yours Very Truly,
Robert Browning"
Item# 906
Quarto LS, On Debossed Stationary, General Literary Content,
Addressed to Hamilton Hague, Signed "Robert Browning"
Item# 907
Quarto LS, Original Holographed Envelope, Light Literary
Content, Difficult to Transcribe, Addressed to Madame Kinney,
Signed "Elizabeth Barrett Browning"
Note on Value: Elizabeth Barrett Browning letters are rare and far more valuable than
the others in the collection. If the letter contained information on literary works and was
properly cared for it may increase in value.
Item# 911
Quarto LS, Addressed to John Kenyon, Esq., Bares Similarity to
the Hand of Robert Browning, Signed "SB Barrett"
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ATTACHMENT B
Locations
1) Sunset Center
San Carlos Street and 8th Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
2) City of Carmel-by-the-Sea City Hall
Monte Verde Street between Ocean Avenue and 7th Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
3) Harrison Memorial Library, Park Branch
NE Comer of Mission Street and 6th Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
4) Harrison Memorial Library, Main Branch
NE Comer of Lincoln Street and Ocean Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
5) City of Carmel-by-the-Sea Fire Department
6th Avenue between Mission Street and San Carlos Street
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
6) Scout House
NE Comer of Mission Street and 8th Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
7) San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission
3 080 Rio Road
Carmel, CA 93923
8) Father Junipero Serra Statue
Intersection of Alta Avenue, Dolores Street, Camino Del Monte, &
Serra Street
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
9) "The Valentine" Sculpture
NW Comer of Lincoln Street and 6th Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
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ATTACHMENT C
Peter Gilder's Appraisal
Please Refer To Following Documents
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ARTS and DESIGNS of JAPAN
P.O. BOX 22075 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94122
(415) 7596233 FAX (415) 7599017
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PETER R. GILDER
LOIS GILDER
BY APPOINTMENT
APPRAISAL FOR INSURANCE PURPOSES
APPRAISAL .foR: Arlene Hess
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Harrison Memorial Library
P.O. Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
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The following pages contain an appraisal of 51 Items. They are all
genuine, original woodblock prints, unless otherwise Indicated.
I have been buying, selling and appraising japanese prints since
November, 1973. I belong to the Uklyoe Society of America, The
Society for japanese Arts and the Uklyoe Dealers Association of
japan. I handle tens of thousands of japanese prints every year.
I valued the pieces described In the attached pages based on prices
that I have charged and would charge for the same or slmllar Items;
that ls, based on my knowledge and experience of the japanese print
market, including auction results.
Qc:_ C/2 . @_tL:_
October 12, 1998 Peter R Gilder
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Note: All of the Japanese prints are located in Park Branch Vault,
Call number H37 ART Box 4
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%stencils for dyeing kimono fabric
c. 1900
$75. each
4 paintings
Sekko
c. 1900
small paintings on silk
$25. each
16 sumi ink drawings illustrating legends and historical events lrom
Japanese history
Sekko..
c. 1900
11" X 15 1/2"
$25. each
5 miscellaneous watercolors
one signed Eishi (a later copy), n!i -4-t I i j
c. 1900 uc h . <" fh
11" X 15 112" .., ( J.f I J
$25. each -; G
11 square prints toS
Shoun \ - \0..
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2")
$100. each
2 Pine, crane and turtle prints
Goshun
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2")
$100. each
2
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square pnn s . r.;. ..;
KOgyO r(.'}1 . ' .
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$150. each
3 square bird and flower prints
Chikuseki
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 1 0" X 9 112")
$150. each
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2 square bird prints
SeikO
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$125. each
11 square prints of various subjects
Gekko
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2")
$150. each
4 square nature studies
Koson
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2")
$150. each
Bird in snow
BihO
c. 1900
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2")
$150.
Treasure ship of the seven gods ol good fortune
Zeshin
1886
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$250.
Gourd
Zeshin
c. 1880
Shikishi (c. 1 0" X 9 1/2")
$250.
Saw and sake bowl
Zeshin
c. 1880
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 1/2'')
$250.
Black noh mask
Zeshin
c. 1880

Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$250. .
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Turtle
Zeshln
c. 1880
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$350.
Crows in front of sunset
Zeshin
1887
Shikishi (c. 10" X 9 112")
$750.
Eggplant , daikon and lotus root
Gyosai
c. 1880
Shikishi (c. 1 0" X 9 112")
$250.
7 nature studies
Koson
c. 1910
Tanzaku (7 112" X 14 1/2")
$200. each
Pussy willow branch
Gekko
c. 1910
Narrow panel (2 112" X 14 1/2")
$100.
Painting of Shoki, the demon queller
Zeshin
c. 1880
11" X 15 112"
$550.
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Sakata Kaidomaru (Kintoki) wrestling a giant .carp
Sad a hide
c. 1835
6ban (10" X 15")
$250.
Woman with a bowl
Zeshin
c. 1880
6 112" X 10"
$150.
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The heavy basket
New Forms of 36 Ghosts
Yoshitoshi
1892
Oban (10" X 14 1/2")
$1350.
Water dipper hanging from a branch
Baisho
c. 1865
Shijo school surimono (7 1/2" X 1 0")
$50.
Warrior Yasuda Nobunaga
Ginko
1906
Oban (9 1/2" X 14 1/2")
$125.
Taira Shigemori standing on steps
Ginko
March 10, 1906
Oban (9 112" X 14 1 1 2 ~
$100.
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Woman holding Kintoki doll for Boy's Day Festival (May 5th)
Five Festivals
Kunisada
c. 1840
Oban (10" X 14 112")
$250.
Kumawakamaru about to kill his father's murderer, c. 1330
Munekata
c. 1890
6ban (9 1/2" X 14 1/2")
$150.
2 sheets, each with 2 chOban prints depicting historical and legendary
figures of Japan
Munekata
c. 1890
Oban (9 1/2" X 14 1/2")
$100. each :..,
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Kusunoki Masatsura ( 1326-48)
Chikanobu
c. 1890
Oban (9/1/2" X 14 1/2")
$150.
Courtesan: inset of dyeing purple cloth
Famous Products of Edo
Eisen
c.
Oban ( 10" X 15")
$550.
Fukurokuju, one of the seven gods of good fortune
Kuniyoshi
4/1858
Oban (10" X 15")
$450.
3 prints from the series "Revenge of the Soga Brothers"
Hiroshige \
c. 1845
Oban (9" X 14")
$100. each
People wearing masks for a festival, from a hall-block series of
humorous scenes
Hiroshige
c. 1845
ChOban ( 10" X 7")
$200.
Dance performance at a temple from a series of famous views of the
Eastern Capital
Hiroshige
c. 1850
Oban (13" X 9")
$125.
Gathering clams at low tide at Susaki
Famous Views of Edo
Hiroshige
c. 1832-34
Oban (14" X
$150.
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Shower at Shono Station
53 Stations of the T okaido, published by Hoeido
Hiroshige
1832
Oban (15" X 10")
$7500.
2 chOban prints - Numazu Station and Hara Station a
53 Stations of the Tokaido \)
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Hiroshige II f/\oJP
c . 1865 .
. 4
ChOban (6 1/2" X 9")
$59. each
5 miscellaneous square format prints,
Unsigned or unidentified artists
c. 1900
Shikishi ( 1 0" X 9")
$100. each
The priest Fudo
Gekko Zuihitsu
Gekko
c. 1890
Oban (9" X 14") (trimmed)
$50.
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8 reproductions of prints by various artists
$10. each
7 book pages and fragments by various artists / '
$5. each ; ...
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ATTACHMENT D
Peter Gilder's Update
Please Refer To Following Documents
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Peter R. Gilder
lois Gilder
Fine Japanese Prints
By Appointment
P.O. Box 22075
San Francisco
CA 94122
Phone: {415} 759-6233
Fax: (415} 759-9017
r ~ ~ d DesignS'Japan
August25,2005
Sue McCloud
City Hall
Carmel, CA 93921
Dear Sue,
I have reexamined the appraisal that I did for the Carmel Ubrary in 1998.
The values in that appraisal are still vaUd in today's market.
With best regards,
(},__: (j( ~ ~
Peter Gilder
gilder@artsanddesignsjapan.com
www.artsanddesignsjapan.com
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ATTACHMENT E
Glossary of Terms
Handwritten Letter Signed
Abbreviated "4to:" Size; About 9" x 12"
Hand Painted Canvas Transfer
Limited Edition
Multi-Media (Mixed Media)
Watercolor
Oil on Canvas
Oil on Board
Oil on Canvas Mounted to Board
Oil on Linen
Oil on Panel
Oil on Paper
Oil on Plywood
Pen and Ink
Photograph
Photogravure (Photogravure is an intaglio
printmaking process)
Redwood Relief
Watercolor and Pencils
Woodblock
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ATTACHMENT F
Brian Kathenes Curriculum Vitae
Please Refer To Following Documents
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NAC
National Appraisal Consultants, L.L.C.
Summary of Appraisal Qualifications
Brian Kathenes, ISA, CAPP
P.O. Box 482 Hope, NJ 07844
Voice: (908) 459-5996 Fax: (908) 459-4899 E-mail: NAC@nacvalue.com
www.YourBestAppraisers.com
Experience and Expertise
Appraisal Instructor for the International Society of Appraisers, Core Course 101 - Professional
Appraisal Practices: Ethics, Business Practices, and Communication. 1989-1993.
Co-developer and presenter ofUnderstandin2 USPAP: A Personal Property Perspective -- An
intensive one-day seminar addressing the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice
Co-designer and presenter of Turbo-Charging Your Appraisal Practice. -- A nationally delivered
seminar on expanding and marketing personal property appraisal firms.
Designer and presenter of Appraising the Appraisal -- A continuing educational seminar for insurance
professionals and agents. Created to help insurance professionals understand the appraisal process.
Specialist Certified Appraiser of Personal Property in Autographs, Historical Documents &
ManuscriptsA multi-year research, study, and testing certification issued by the International Society of
Appraisers in conjunction with the University of Maryland. Registered Number 970119 June 30, 1997
Re-certified Certified Appraiser of Personal Property. Re-certification September 2002
Chairman New York Winter Antique Show Vetting Committee on Autographs, Manuscripts & Rare
Books: Responsible for vetting all autographs, documents manuscripts and rare books displayed and sold
at this most prestigious show. Committee Chair 1993-1995; Committee Member 1996-present
Successfully completed International Society of Appraisers I Indiana University CAPP program
courses 101, 102, and 103, resulting in Designated Member Status. Indiana University I International
Society of Appraisers Continuing Education Program.
Successfully completed ISA CAPP Course 104: Advanced Appraisal Theory & Report Writing and
ISA CAPP Course 105: The Appraiser As Expert Witness
Chairman of the International Society of Appraisers- Hearing and Discipline Panel of the ISA Ethics
Committee 2001- 2003;
Chairman International Society of Appraisers Ethics Committee 2003- 2006
Vice Chair ISA Ethics Committee 2001-2003
Conference Seminar Leader
Library of Congress Guest Speaker and Panel Member: "Appraising Your Manuscripts and Autographs"
Manuscript Society Annual Meeting, Washington DC, May 2003
Presented Autograph Authenticating & Appraising programs and Ethical Appraisal Business Practices
programs at International Society of Appraisers International Conventions: Houston TX 1996, Philadelphia
PA 1990, Long Beach CA 1989, and Baltimore MD 1987.
Designed and presented Forgery and Authentication Seminars for the American Philatelic Society, Detroit
MI 1988, Atlantic City, NJ August 2002.
Created Fonies, Fakes & Forgeries: a lecture series and traveling exhibit for the Universal Autograph
Collectors' Club 1990-1992.
Delivered Appraisal Techniques and Practical Jriformation for Archivists and Librarians at the Folger
Shakespeare Library- Manuscript Society Washington, D.C. Chapter meeting. 1991.
Provided workshop: Appraising Rare and Collectible Books for the New Jersey Antiquarian Book Sellers Fair 1992
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Columnist I Author I On-air Valuation Specialist
Science Fiction, Technology and Military Specialist for Discovery Channel TV Show "POP
NATION: America's Coolest Stuff" Television series taped in June and July2005, for airing December
2005 on Discovery Channel
Co-host of VALUE THIS (formallv TRASH or TREASURE) With Brian and Leon, a weekly radio
broadcast program relating to the value and appraisal of antiques and collectibles. 200 !-present.
Syndicated 2003-2005 on WNTI and WRNJ and webcast on www.WNTI.org. Currently airing on WNRJ
Oldies 1510 AM.
Co-creator, writer and on-air co-host "Betcha Didn't Know That " daily segment on the history and
value of unusual collectibles and antiques. 2001-2005
Author The Autograph Detective A regular column, 1988-1996, and infrequent submissions (to date)
featured in the Pen & Quill journal and related magazines dealing with the identification, authentication,
and the appraisal of autographed material and collectibles.
Co-author What's It Worth To You, Montage Magazine dealing with valuation and authentication of
antiques and collectibles, including sports cards, sports memorabilia and artifacts. 2000-2003
Contributor and advisor to USA TODAY "Ask Money" feature: Providing authentication and
valuation expertise on autographed material, sports collectibles, stamps, and ephemera. 1988-1992
Host and Producer of HOBBY WORLD, a weekly Cable TV program relating to hobbies and
collectibles. Cablecasted by Storer Cable Communications. 1985-1987
Business Experience
President & General Manager: Progressive Business Concepts. Inc .. a full-service, training and
consulting finn, specializing in organizational performance. And the direct mail marketing division Brian
Kathenes Autographs & Collectibles, a specialty autographs and historical document service - buying,
selling and authenticating autographed material, sports memorabilia, Hollywood & celebrity memorabilia,
and collectibles. 1984 - Present.
Managing Partner, National Appraisal Consultants, LLC: A full service personal property appraisal
and consulting fum. NAC specializes in insurance reports & research, litigation support, valuation
methodology consultation, and IRS-related appraisal matters.
President and Executive Board Member, Hope Area Chamber of Commerce- Hope NJ 1999- 2005
Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, 1978, New Jersey Institute ofTechnology, NCE
Materials Planning and Control Manager: Ralston Fragrances I Max Factor: Plant design and start up
team member; new product launches, 1980-1984
Production Supervisor, Warehouse Supervisor, Materials Supervisor: Estee Lauder Cosmetics.
Returns Operations Project Leader; new product launches, warehouse redesign team, 1977-1980
Operations Manager and Director of Sales: Richard G. Pfeiffer Inc. Small Engine and Lawn &
Garden Parts Service Distributor, 1970-1976, 1985-1987
Professional Associations and Memberships
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS: Personal Property Appraisers Professional Society.
President oftbe New Jersey Chapter, 1991-1992; International Society of Appraisers-NET
Moderator of the PAPER computer network conference. 1989-1991. Chairman NJ-International
Society of Appraisers Seminar '93, the annual conference of the New Jersey Chapter ofiSA. Secretary
ofthe NJ Chapter ofiSA, 1989-1990. Vice President NJ Chapter ISA, 1992-1993.
UNIVERSAL AUTOGRAPH COLLECTORS CLUB: Life member. Past Member of the Board of
Directors and first UACC Director of Education.
AMERICAN PHILATELIC SOCIETY: Member and Guest Speaker. Presented an Autograph
Authentication Program at National Conferences in, St. Louis MO, and Atlantic City, NJ. Member of the
APS Appraisal Committee.
MANUSCRIPT SOCIETY: A document and manuscript organization dedicated to education and research
of autograph history. Member. Occasional contributor to Manuscript News. Member of the 2003
Annual Meeting Planning Team and Guest Speaker at the Library of Congress.
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Awards
2004 Recipient ofthe International Society of Appraisers Media Award for Outstanding Efforts in the
Education of the General Public in Qualified Appraisal Practices and Ethical Standards.
1999 Honored as the Outstanding Citizen of the Year Hope, New Jersey. Presented by the Mayor of
Hope and the Hope Township Council.
1996 ISA Service Award for work as Region 1 Representation of the International Society of
Appraisers
1992 Recipient of the International Society of Appraisers Media Award for Outstanding Efforts in the
Education of the General Public in Qualified Appraisal Practices and Ethical Standards.
1990 Recipient of the International Society of Appraisers Marketing Award for Exemplary Marketing
and Promotion of Professional Appraisal Services.
1989 Recipient of International Society of Appraisers Service Award for developing Appraisal
Education Programs for the ISA Computer Network.
1973 Eagle Scout A ward, Boy Scouts of America
Specialties
Appraisal Services and Consultation for:
Estate Tax Liability
Insurance Coverage
Insurance Claims
Litigation Support
Pretrial research and
report preparation I consultation
in the following specialties
Historical Documents, autographs and manuscripts
Coins, stamps & currency
Rare & Collectible Books, pamphlets and correspondence
Paper ephemera and collectibles
Sports cards and sports memorabilia
Movie memorabilia and movie
Technology and Office Equipment
Star collectibles
Small engine equipment and engines
Charitable Contribution and Donation
Equitable Distribution
Asset valuation
Appraisal Education
Bankruptcy
Conference Attendance and Continuing Education
1986 Baltimore MD: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
1987-1993 Various ISA Conferences including Chicago, IL, Philadelphia, PA and Long Beach ,CA
1993 NJ Chapter of ISA -- Seminar '93: Residential Contents Specialty seminar
1994 Boston, MA: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
1996 Houston, TX: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
1997 Alexandria, VA: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
1997 NJ Chapter ofiSA- Seminar '97 -Honing Your Appraisal Business Skills
1998 San Diego, CA: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
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2003 Philadelphia, PA: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs
and Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
2004 Atlanta, GA: 1996 Houston, TX: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference;
Special Programs and Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
2005 Chicago, D...: I nternational Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
2006 Santa Fe, NM: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
2007 Fort Worth TX: International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference; Special Programs and
Seminars in Residential Contents & Fine Art
Papers, Treatises, and Published Works
Pen & Quill: The publication of the Universal Autograph Collectors' Club
"IdentifYing Non-genuine Autographs: Printed signatures and signed photographs" Pen & Quill XXI, No.3
May-June 1988
"Identifying Non-genuine Autographs: Secretarial signatures" Pen & Quill , XXI, No. 5 Sept.-Oct. 1988
"Auto-pens and Machine Signed Signatures" Pen & Quill, XXI, No. 6 Nov.-Dec. 1988
"Companion Autographs" Pen & Quill, XXII, No.2, Marcb-Aprill989
"Sherlock Holmes and Autograph Authentication" Pen & Quill, XXII. No.3, May-June 1989
"Pre-printed and Rubber-stamp Signatures" Pen & Quill, XXII, No. 4, July-August 1989
"Autograph Appraisals -- What You Need To Know" Pen & Quill, XXII, No. 5, September-October 1989
"New Forgery Style Discovered" Pen & Quill, XXIII, No. I, January-February 1990
"George and Gracie's Rubber Stamp," Pen & Quill, XXIII, No. 3, May-June 1990
"Will The Real John Jay Please Stand Up," Pen & Quill, XXIII, No.4, July-August 1990
"Autographs and Ethics: Perfect Together," Pen & Quill, XXTII, No. 5, September-October 1990
"Pay Me Now, Or Pay Me Later," Pen & Quill, XXIV, No.5, September-October 1991
"Four Score and Seven Years Ago ... ," Pen & Quill, XXIV, No.6, November-December 1991
"Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth and The UACC', Pen & Quill, XXV, No.2, March-Aprill992
"Common Sense Ain't So Common," Pen & Quill, XXV, No. 3, May-June 1992
"Overlooked Assets," Pen & Quill, XXV, No.4, July-August 1992
"Lots of Common Sense in the UACC," Pen & Quill, XXV, No.5, September-October 1992
"Who Owns That Autograph?," Pen & Quill, XXV, No.6, November-December 1992
"First Lady Autopens," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No.I, January-February 1993
"Autographs and the Law," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No.2, March-Aprill993
"Signed Sheet Music," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No. 3, May-June 1993
"Rubber Stamp Signatures," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No. 4, July-August 1993
"Looking Behind the Signatures ," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No. 5, September-Oct. 1993
"Printed Facsimile Signatures ," Pen & Quill, XXVI, No. 6, November-Dec. 1993
"Facsimile Hitler Documents," Pen & Quill, XXVII, No. 7, January-February 1994
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"Alfred Lord Tennyson and Misidentified Autographs," Pen & Quill, XXVII, No.2,
March-Aprill994
"Signed in the Photograph," Pen & Quill, XXVII, No.3, May-June l994
"Group Facsimile Signatures," Pen & Quill, XXVII, No. 4, July-August 1994
"Brian and Jay's Collecting Tips," Pen & Quill, XXVII, No.5, September-October 1994
"My Favorite Catalogs," Pen & Quill, :XXVTI, No. 6, November-December 1994
"A Rather Large Opera Autograph," Pen & Quill, XXVIII, No. 1, January-February 1995
"Frank Who? (Franking Privilege)," Pen & Quill, XXVlli, No.2, March-Aprill995
"Father of the Blues (W. C. Handy)," Pen & Quill, XXVIII, No. 3, May-June 1995
"High-Tech Collecting," Pen & Quill, XXVIII, No. 5, September-October 1995
"Autographs Under Glass," Pen & Quill, XXIX, No. 1, January-February 1996
"So What's It Worth?," Pen & Quill, XXIX, No.2, March-April 1996
Other Works
"Identifying and Appraising Autographs, Manuscripts and Historical Documents" In conjunction with the
development of a specialty studies program for the International Society of Appraisers. 1996
"The Autograph Detective" The Paper and Advertising Collector June 1988 ppl6-17
"What's it Worth to You?" Antiques and Collectibles Column Montage Magazine, Author-- Feature
Writer
"What's it Worth to You?" Spring/Summer 1996, pp 25-26
"In Search of Signatures- A collector's Guide to Finding Authentic Autographs" Falll996,
pp 66-67
"Old Books in the Attic" Montage, Winter 1996,
"The Lowdown on LPs & 45s: Are Your Old Records collectibles or Cob-Web Collectors?"
pp 70-71
"2000 Collectibles in the New Millennium," "What's it Worth to You?" Montage Winter
2000
"Qh, You Beautiful Doll!" Barbie and Antique dolls pp 40-41
"Collecting Baseball Memorabilia- Hitting a Home Run or Striking Out?" pp 55-56
"How To Tell Iflt's Genuine" Paper Collectors' Marketplace, September 1991 pp 16, 19, 84
"Robots That Forge Signatures" Paper Collectors' Marketplace, November 1991 pp 8, 78
"How To Identify A Qualified Appraisal" The Manuscript Society News, Winter 1995, 24-27
"Collectible Stamps and Coins" The Appraisers Information Exchange, Publication of the International
Society of Appraisers, Winter 2003-2004
"Betcha Didn't Know That" Oldies 1510. WRNJ. Hackettstown/Washington, NJ Co-author and on-air
talent of this continuing series of radio spots relating to the value and history of antiques and collectibles
"Value This! With Brian and Leon," formally "Trash or Treasure With Brian and Leon" Oldies 1510,
WRNJ, Hackettstown/Washington. NJ, and WNTI FM and webcast www.WNTI.org Co-author and on-
air talent of the syndicated weekly call in "radio road show" September 2001-present
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Published articles unrelated to specific appraisal work and valuation:
Syndicated columnist: How To Build Team That Will Still Respect You in the Morning; Series of articles
written and published by the American Society for Training and Development
Editor and writer: The Scoop The Newsletter of the Hope Area Chamber of Commerce, Hope, NJ
Additional Presentations:
Dealing With Ethical Dilemmas ISA Conference Chicago IL Assets 2005
Appraising and Identifying Autographs Letters and Historical Documents 1996 Houston, TX: International
Society of Appraisers Annual Conference
Your Appraisal Practice Business or Hobby-- Turbo Charging your Business 1998 San Diego CA
International Society of Appraisers Annual Conference
Other --
Appraisal Report Development, Litigation Support,
Expert Witness Testimony and Deposition
Richard Nixon v. United States of America (Nixon Watergate Papers Case)
Estate of Richard Nixon v. United States of America (Nixon Watergate Papers Case)
Griffin & Taylor v. United States of America (7-14-98) Cr69643.0 (Nixon Watergate Papers
Case)
Linda Pincus v. Whirpool, Sears, et al Docket No. MON-L-5834-93 (Personalty residential fire
claim - residential contents and equipment)
Historical Documents International v. J, Ronald Getty; Edwin Shiver and Zankel & McGrane
No c-94-290-B (John Paul Getty diary case)
Parkway Sterling-Regal- Haig Tashjian BER-L-5174 (Personalty litigation- fme art &
residential contents)
Sharon, et al v. Northeast Self-Storage, Inc. and Manchester Self-Storage, Inc., New Hampshire
(personal property collectibles valuation including: baseball cards, sports cards, sports
memorabilia dolls, toys, action figures, celebrity memorabilia and television collectibles)
Upsala College Bankruptcy; East Orange, NJ - Appraisal of the college personalty assets,
library, contents, rare books archive, and Abraham Lincoln Collection
Fleer I Sky box International: Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors: Appraiser and
Consultant (Sports memorabilia appraisal and consultation of the Fleer sports memorabilia
inventory)
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ATTACHMENT G
Ellen Osterkamp Curriculum Vitae
Please Refer To Following Documents
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ELLEN OSTERKAMP, lsA AM
P.O. Box 5021 Carmel, CA 93921
appraiser@ellenosterkamp.com (831) 917.5006
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO-Chicago, IL
! Bachelor of Arts in Art History
! Senior Thesis on Pasadena: Landscapes, Artists,
& Patronage, 1900-1930
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO-Rome, Italy
4 Week Italian Language Course
4 Week Literature in Art Course
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND/INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS
Fine Arts Specialty Course, Chicago, IL
Core Course in Appraisal Studies, Chicago, IL
Looking at Paper and Prints Course, Denver, CO
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY of APPRAISERS
Assets Conference 2004-Atlanta, GA
Various Educational Courses Including:
Aug. 1999-May 2003
May 2002-June 2002
October 2003
June 2003
February 2003
March2004
o "The Balancing Act: Professional Responsibilities/Legal Expectations"
o "Authentication: Where does the Appraiser's Responsibility Begin and End?"
SCUOLA LEONARDO DA VINCI-Siena, Italy
8 Week Italian Language Course
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS
Assets Conference 2005-Chicago, IL
Various Educational Courses Including:
o "Divorce I & II: The Appraiser' s Responsibility"
o "The Legalities of Appraising"
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS
Assets Conference 2006-Santa Fe, NM
Various Educational Courses Including:
Aug. 2004-0ct.2004
April2005
April2006
o "Role of the Appraiser in Protecting the Client from Disputed Valuation and Litigation"
o "E-Commerce and the Appraiser"
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS
Assets Conference 2007-Fort Worth, TX
Various Educational Courses Including:
o "Doing Appraisals for the IRS"
o "Art Restoration"
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
April2007
ELLEN OSTERKAMP APPRAISALS (Carmel, Ca) August 2005-Present
Accredited Appraiser of Personal Property
Prepares & Executes Personal Property Appraisals for a variety of situations including:
o Charitable Contributions (Conforming to IRS Tax Regulations)
o Insurance
o Estate Tax
o Market Value
POULSEN GALLERIES, INC. (Brawley, CA)
Co-Owner! Appraiser
Prepares & executes Personal Property Appraisals
Assists in sales and marketing
GEORGE STERN FINE ARTS (Carmel, Ca)
Administrative Assistant
Answered & Returned Phone Calls for Director and Owner of Gallery
Catalogued photograph and transparency inventory of paintings
Managed Inventory Control for Carmel Gallery
Maintained marketing database for Northern California
August 2005-Present
June 2005-February 2006
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POULSEN GALLERIES, INC. (Pasadena, Ca) July 2003-August 2005
Accredited Appraiser of Personal Property
Prepares & Executes Personal Property Appraisals for a variety of situations including:
o Charitable Contributions (Conforming to IRS Tax Regulations)
o Insurance
o Estate Tax
POULSEN GALLERIES, INC. (Pasadena, Ca) June 1999-August 2005
Director
Operated & Modified Inventory Control
Oversaw day to day operations of the gallery
Connected with clients concerning consignment management
Managed & developed photographs, slide, & transparency inventory of paintings.
LECTURES
PEO WOMAN'S GROUP-Brawley, Ca
"The Evolution of Art''
PASADENA PUBLIC LIBRARY-Pasadena, Ca
"Pasadena: Landscapes, Artists & Patronage 1900-1930"
MEMBERSHIPS
Accredited Appraiser of Personal Property, International Society of Appraisers
Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)
SELECTED CLIENTS INCLUDE:
January 2005
October 2003
The Huntington Library & Museum
(San Marino, California)
San Bernardino County Museum
(San Bernardino, California)
Performance Nissan
(Glendora, California)
White & Case, LLP
(Los Angeles, California)
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ity of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
Quarterly Perfonnance Report
Fiscal Year 201
Presented to the i ~ o ~
February 4, 2014
Summary of Report
SECOND QUARTER
This report provides a quarterly update of the City's key initiatives and f iscal,
operational and capital project completion performance relative to the adopted f iscal
year 2013-2014 operating plan and budget. The second quarter ended December 31,
2013.
The report has been revised this fiscal year. A status of key initiatives and additional
f iscal reporting has been provided. The f inancial summary, departmental summaries,
and status of capital projects remain as sections of this report.
Key Initiatives: progress occurred on each of the 2013 key initiatives with all
substantially achieved in calendar year 2013. A status of each key init iative is on page
3-4 of this report. Progress toward the 2014 key initiatives adopted by the City Council
in January wi ll be reported in the Third Quarter Performance Report on May 6, 2014.
Financial summary: On the whole, actual General Fund revenue received is at 50.67% at
the mid-point of the fiscal year. Revenue is explained in more detail on page 7 below.
General fund expenditures are at 45.77% as of the end of the second quarter.
Department summary: Summaries highl ighting each department's activit ies are
included on pages 7-15 below. Each department summary explains: notable budget
variances, performance data, activity, and key trends. Reported performance measures
reflect those that were included in the adopt ed fiscal year 2013-2014 operating plan
and budget.
Capital projects: A summary of the funded fiscal year 2013-2014 capital projects begins
on page 16 of this report. Work progressed on most projects; the project manager
position approved as part of the fiscal year 2013-2014 operating plan and budget is
under recruitment and will assist in managing the completion of several projects. Two
projects are complete.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Repor t 2
2013 Key Initiatives
Update parking management plans and studies to enable the City to consider parking
policies in 2013 and potential modifications in 2014.
In 2013 staff completed an analysis of the state of the City's public parking. There
was a community workshop on November 4, 2013 to discuss the findings. The City
Council provided parking management policy goals and guidance at its meeting of
December 3, 2013. A 2014 Key Initiative provides continuity calling to "Develop a
comprehensive list of parking solutions and implement solutions in accordance with
Parking Management Plan priorities and goals."
Review implementation of Shoreline Management Plan and Forest Management Plan and
update as necessary, including attention to rights-of-way and trail connectivity.
Policy review of both the Shoreline Management Plan and Forest Management Plan
was undertaken in 2013 by the Forest and Beach Commission and Planning
Commission and forwarded to the City Council with no recommended policy
changes. At its January 7, 2014 meeting the City Council adopted a 2014 Key
Initiative to "Implement the plans focusing on beach fires and the key priorities and
including the Del Mar Master Plan and Mission Trail Nature Preserve Master Plan"
and set it as the topic of the February 3, 2014 workshop. A workshop on public
rights-of-way was conducted on October 7, 2013. A trails advisory group developed
in 2013 with the first meeting scheduled in early January 2014.
Maintain a leadership role in developing a long-term solution to the region's water supply
while continuing to pursue a replacement and replenishment regional water supply and
developing additional local water conservation and non-potable water supply
alternatives.
Mayor Burnett serves as Vice President of the Monterey Peninsula Regional Water
Authority (MPRWA) and is Chair of its Technical Advisory Committee. The goal of
the MPRWA is to find a solution to the Peninsula Water Shortage due to the over-
drafting of the Carmel River. Carmel-by-the-Sea is analyzing other local source water
supply alternatives and quantifying potential local need.
A water conservation update was presented to the City Council on September 10,
2013 which included the status of several water conservation and non-potable water
supply alternatives. Staff has conducted water quality testing of the Del Mar spring
water for use in the CaiAm system.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Repor t 3
Obtain estimates and develop a plan to address the extent to which the City's pension
assets are insufficient to cover the costs of the benefits.
Estimates are included in the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Adopted Operating Plan and
Budget. The City implemented several pension reforms in 2013 including an
agreement with employees to further share the cost of pension benefits,
implementation of the California Public Employees' Pension Reform Act, and
financial forecast planning of CaiPERS policy revisions.
Complete contract update for the effective operation of the Sunset Cultural Center.
City Council adopted a revised operating agreement for Sunset Center on July 2,
2013. Performance measures were approved on December 3, 2013.
Update and begin implementation of Information Technology strategic plan including
updating obsolete technology and encouraging interactive government projects.
The intent of the plan is to guide the City's technology decisions and investment.
After analysis of the City's information technology infrastructure was completed and
stakeholder interviews were conducted, a proposed Information Technology
strategic plan was presented at a community workshop on September 9, 2013. The
proposed plan was revised and presented to the City Council for adoption on
November 5, 2013. The City Council adopted a 2014 Key Initiative to " Implement
year 1 of the Information Technology Strategic Plan."
Allocate Measure D funds in the spirit in which the voters passed the initiative and
document for the public.
The City Council allocated Measure D revenue with the adoption of the Fiscal Year
2013-2014 Operati ng Plan and Budget. Page A-16 of the budget articulates the close
link between the identified needs in the Service Level Sustainability Plan, developed
prior to the Measure D election, and the use of the funding.
Begin the development of a comprehensive facilities use plan and inventory.
The initial analysis of the City's facilities is complete. A draft plan was presented to
the City Council on January 7, 2014. The City Council adopted a 2014 Key Initiative
to "Adopt a Facility Use Plan and consider long-term best use of the City's facilities."
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 4
Financial Summary
AIOftFUNO BUDGET SUMMARY
GENEAAL FUJ'!J?
Source of Funds
Taxes
Franchise Fees
Fees & Permi t s
, Fines & Forfeit
lnt_erg_ove rnme ntal_
Other
Use of Prior Funds
Uses of Funds
Policy & Executive
Pu!Jiic Safety
Public Services
Library
Admini strative
Planni ng & Bldg
Non- o,eet
Transfers for Debt Servi ce
Transfers for Cap Ex
Other Uses
GAS TAX FUND
I . -
:. Source of Funds
Taxes
interest
Uses of Funds
Salaries and Benefits
Materials & Supplies
Trans. To Capital
General _
PROJECTS FUND
Source of Funds
Grants

Fees
Transfer in
Use of Prior Funds
Interest
f.!ses of Fynds
Capital Expenditure
Oesign_ated for Futur:_e ..
AMBULANCE FUND
_ Sour<;!! ofFunds ... _
I
., .
Aclual
FY 201011
10,368,322
476,597
390,738
19,314
450,778
394,465
724,566
12,824,780
1,214, 436
4,850, 572
2, 113,969
969,482
' .
891,592 '
571,994 l
753,845 i
536,609
220,932
493, 830 '
12,617,261 '
64,117
64, 117
44,674
5, 600
50, 274
220,932
220,932 '
1, 085, 637
I
ActUal
FY 2011-12
11! 216,500
491, 674
430,250
17.907
189, 458
604, 616
548,534
13,498,939
1,359, 940
4,701,255
2,098,402
910,722
1,000,749
599, 918

537, 771 '
456,898
12,446,944 '
- - .-
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] 14,833
554
115,387
28,939
100,000
128,939
247,978 i
291,_000
1, 058,918

1,597, 896
1,085,637 l 1,?97,896
L Call Income
County CSA 74
Transfer i n
I 497,636
Debts Recovered
Uses of Funds
Salari es and Benefits
& Supplies
497,636
339, 144
38,544
377,688
Revla.d Budoot Acm.tal A"dj.uebtd Budget

11,472, 163
512, 698
430, 500
25, 200 :
143,715
428, 266
585,002
13,597, 544 '
1,278,218
5,012,695 .
2,596,133 ...
956,427
1, 197, 166
61!> . 960 i
t
710,048
322,579 :
13, 597, 544 I
! -
j_ __ _
2,500
74,950
74,950 :
74, 950 '
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465, 632 '
370, 000
305,600 i
. I
!
- 651,758_J_
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1,792,990 ! .....
i
I .
1.792,990
i
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370, 000
I
433, 179 i
I
803, 179 ;
t
571, 944 "
210,632 r
782,576
!
500,965
451,241
16,648
352,610 I
917,802
159,700
14,377,989 I
1, 051,034
... _4,773,680 1--
L ..
954,747 '
1, 302,323
578,670 I
769, 129 l . .
709, 765
4?i,607 :
1,328,295
14,378,833
14, 278,618 '
547, 402 '
435,000
25,960
419, 134
1!)6, 956
362,856
16,265,926 i
1,354, 911
5,097,090 '
2,431,478
9(;6, 177
1,629,063
??5, 185
692,426
1, 245,206
_ 1, 9!8, 994 I
483, 886 '
16,544, 4_16
.. . j - --
103,425 . - ... I
103,425 '
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78,121 :
78, 121 i
! - . ..
35, 632 .
9(;, 000 I
180,090
110,000 i
426,E.8 J.

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847, 810 '
847,810 I
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695,016 i
:
835, 410
685,785
149,625
835,410 '
124,_256
I
124,256
124, 256 '
202,200
2,076,494 i
1
2,966,194
1
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I

2,500
1,086, 635 I
953, 135
133,500
1,08, 635
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report
oftbe flsatl Veu
2ndQtr
AI::W>II
FY __
7,278,123
175, 111
237,247 '

197,51Q
269, 479 .
60,000
8,242,457
674, 160 .
2,174,021
1, 117,385 :
480, 447
937, 150
'
325,000 I
460,985 .
772,413 '
255, 164 .
7,572, 143 I
60,536 '
60,536
60, 000
60,000 :
I
75,365 I
772,413
778
T .
847,778
847,778 i
274,688 i
12, 106 .
153,715 '
440,510
370,250
70,260
440,510
50.97%
31.99%
54.54%
96.25%
47.12% '
136.82%
16.54%
50.67%
49.76%
42.65%
45.9S%1
49. 73%'
57.53%
51.77%j
46.94%
37.02%
40.25%
52. 73%
1
45. 77%'
48. 72%
'
48.29%:
37. 27%
28.58%
I
I
28.58%
1
28.58%i

35.82%
40.54%
38.85%
52.63%
40.54%
1
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Department Summary
Note: This section reports on variances of actual expenditures compared to budget. The summaries differentiate timing
variances from true variances. A timing variance i s when an expenditure is anticipated in the adopted annual budget but does
not occur at the anticipated time or on an even quarterly basis (for example a one-time expenditure that occurs in the first
quarter). A true variance is an expenditure that is not anticipated in the adopted budget
REVENUE
Big 3 Revenue
$3,000,000
$2,500,000
$2,000,000
02 Est to Receive
$1,500,000
Q2Actual
$1,000,000
o2 Budget
$500,000
$0
Property Tax Sales Tax TOT
Revenue continues to show increasing strength in Fiscal Year 2013-2014. The Big 3
revenue sources are exceeding projections through the second quarter of the fiscal year
by one-million dollars when timing variances and accruals are taken into account.
Actual Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) receipts received through the second quarter
total $2,259,205 which represents four months of revenue; the remaining two months
of revenue are estimated to be $550,000 bringing the mid-year TOT revenue estimate to
$2.8 million compared to a budget of $2.4 million. Sales tax advances are provided by
the State three times per quarter and a reconciliation payment is sent to make up the
difference between the actual amount owed and the advances. This reconciliation
payment normally arrives two months after the fact. Staff anticipates the reconciliation
payment for the second quarter to be $605,900 bringing sales tax revenue above mid-
year budget projections by $200,000. Property taxes are primarily received in
December and April with the December payment typically slightly higher than 50% of
the total. Regarding other revenue, land use revenue is higher based on increased
planning and construction activity. There is no concern relative to any revenue budget
projections.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 6
EXPENDITURES
City Council
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$0
Q2 Budget Q2 Actual
Financial FY 12-13 FY 13-14 0213-14 %spent $remain
j ci ty Council
I us,11o I 171,621 I 116,591 I 68%1 55,o3o I
The City Council budget shows a negative variance as of the end of the second quarter
with 68% expended at the mid-point of the fiscal year. This is a timing variance as dues,
memberships, and discretionary spending disproportionally occurs during the first
quarter. Performance measures are as expected; City goals and objectives were
reviewed during the second quarter and adopted in the third quarter of fiscal year 2013-
2014.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Set City goal s and
objectives
Yes Ye s Yes Yes
Conduct annual
perf ormance r eviews of
st aff appoint ees
4/4 4/4 3/4 4/ 4 4/4
Agenda i tems added after
agenda r eview
12 0 0 0 0
Average length of City
Co unci I meeti ngs 4:11 4:00 4:16 3:30 3:30
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 7
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$0
Financial
jLegal
Legal
Q2 Budget Q2 Actual
FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 %spent $remain
250,395 I 479,179 I 175,095 I 37%1 304,0841
The expenditures through the second quarter show a positive variance of $64,494. This
is both a true and timing variance. It is true in that there is less expenditure for outside
legal counsel than anticipated and a timing variance in that there are invoices for
services received during the first quarter that were paid during the second quarter.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Resolve 100% of litigation
cases without any
payment to pi a inti ff 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Provide advice on an
estimated number of
agenda items per year 184 225 99 230 230
Respond to 100% of legal
requests by negotiated
target date 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 8
City Administrator's Office
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$0
City Administrator Marketing and Eco Dev Community Services
Office
Q2 Budget 02 Actual
Financial FY 12-13 FY 13-14 0213-14 %spent $remain
City Administrator Office 683, 905 703,571 382,474 54% 321,097
Marketing and Eco Dev 304,587 356,800 204,042 57% 152,758
Community Services 73,042 127, 086 51,122 400/o 75,964
General City Programs 3,279,796 4,281,736 1,595, 779 37% 2,685,957
The key trend in the City Administrator's Office is continuing organizational change. The
updated structure is in place as are certain policies to effectively operate the
organization to meet City policy goals. The organization needs to continue to develop
the capacity to meet community objectives.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q213-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Conduct quarterly
operation a I review
meetings 24 24 12 24 24
Complete Department
manager performance
reviews before due date 9 6 6 6
%Pub I ic Records Act
64/64 50/50 92/125 50/50 S0/50
requests processed within
10 days 1000/o 1000/o 74% 1000/o 100%
% of error free City Co unci I
agendas
39% 800/o 1000/o 100% 100%
Marketing
Conde Naste Reader's
Choice rating/rank
77.6/100/o 80/9 79/6 85/8 85/8
Opt-i n ebl as t subscribers 23,931 30,000 26,398 40,000 45,000
CarmeiCalifornia.com web
referral s to innkeepers 539,752 550,000 117,724 550,000 550,000
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 9
Administrative Services
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$0
Q2 Budget Q2 Actual
Financial FY 12-13 FY 13-14 0213-14 %spent $remain
[Admin. Services 1, 299, 723 1, 626, 663 935,950 58% 690, 713
I Treasurer 2, 600 2,400 1,200 50% 1,200
Budget variances in Administrative Services relate to organizational wide change efforts.
The Department may need a supplemental appropriation prior to the end of the fiscal
year. Performance data indicate processes are in place to meet IT service needs. Key
trends include: rebuilding the City's IT systems and human resources support to the
departments and developing policies and procedures for purchasing, financial activities,
contract management, and other internal services. Administrative Services brought
forth an IT Strategic Plan for community review approval by the City Council in
November; the department conducted six employee recruitments during the quarter.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
%employee performance
reviews completed on time 38% 95% 100% 95% 95%
#of worker comp claims
(new/open)
3/11 3/8 3/6 0/5 0/5
Complete regular
workforce safety training
- 800!& 15% 85% 85%
# of Budget Revisions 16 10 5 10 10
Res pond to hel p desk calls
85% of the t i me wit hi n 1 hr - 900!& 100% 95% 95%
Resolve 90% of level 1 IT
service requests the same
day
-
95% 97% 95% 95%
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 10
Community Planning & Building
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$0
Q2 Budget Q2 Actual
Financial FY 12- 13 FY 13-14 Q213-14 %spent $remain
!communi ty Planning
578,67o I 725,185 I 375,4181 52%1 349,7671
The Community Planning and Building Department budget variance is primarily a result
of staffing changes and workload increases. Additional staffing resources may be
necessary during the third and fourth quarters as the construction proceeds in order to
maintain service benchmarks. Performance data indicate the growing workload; while
permitting, code compliance, and inspections are maintaining performance
expectations, design review applications are under review for a longer period of time
due to increased volume. Key trends include: process improvements to further refine
and improve service to the public including improved building services from the
counter; code compliance tracking and processing; a staff training and recruitment with
the Building Official anticipated to be filled early in the third quarter.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Review all design review
applications for
completeness within 2 weeks 85% 90% 40% 95% 95%
Provide building permit plan
check corrections w/in 4 wks 90% 95% 95% 98% 98%
Avg. 2 days from first code
complaint to i nves ti ga ti on 75% 85% 80% 90% 95%
Com pi ete 100% of
inspections within three
business days of request 90% 95% 99% 98% 98%
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 11
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$0
Financial
Faciliti es
Forest, Park, & Beach
Public Works
Engineeri ng
Public Services
Facilit ies Forest, Park, & Beach Public Works
Q2 Budget Q2 Actual
FY 12-13 FY13-14 0213-14 %spent $remain
485,124 655, 084 271, 543 41% 383,541
464,608 502, 036 201,928 40% 300,108
1, 106,307 1, 263, 558 642, 714 51% 620,844
4,914 10, 800 1, 200 11% 9,600
Public Services has no significant budget variances. Performance Measures show an
increase in the number of trees receiving preventative maintenance while the lane miles
with a PCI of 70 or greater decreased with the revised data in the pavement management
program report. Activities include: completing fall road resurfacing projects; trimming
trees along Scenic Road, at Devendorf Park and at other citywide locations; receiving
$192, 000 grant reimbursement on several prior year capital projects including the Del Mar
Platform, the ASBS Dry Weather Diversion Project and the Sunset Center lighting and award
of a grant for new playground equipment at Forest Hill Park. Departmental trends include:
increased usage of facilities, including the beach, with the warm weather and the increase
in visitors; impacts of drought and diseases on the trees and landscaping.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 0213-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Custodial expenditure per
square foot
$ 0.95 $ 0.85 $ 1.52 $ 0.80 $ 0.80
%of City trees receiving
preventative maintenance 5% 7% 2.9% 10% 15%
%of lane miles with a
Pavement Condition Index
of 70 or greater 56% 600;6 27% 65% 70%
Yards of materia I removed
from City streets annually
750 775 183 800 825
Avg. rating of cleanli ness
of beaches and parks
(l=good and 5 = poor)
- 3 4 2 2
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 12
Financial
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$0
Ambul ance Revenue
Ambul a nee Expenditure
Fi re
Poli ce
Public Safety
Ambulance
Expendit ure
Fire
Ql Budget Ql Actual
Police
FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q213-14 %spent $remain
695,016 657,525 274, 688 42% 382,837
835,410 1, 086, 635 440,510 41% 646,125
1,766,835 1, 919, 181 638,002 33% 1, 281,179
3,006, 845 3, 177,910 1, 536, 019 48% 1,641,891
Ambulance expenditures are in line with budget projections but do not include accrued
overtime expenditures required to maintain staffing as a result of vacancies during the
second quarter. Ambulance performance is as expected with the recovery rate
exceeding projections. Activity includes: hiring three firefighter paramedics. Key
trends include continuing to serve Carmel-by-the-Sea and neighboring communities
with closest unit response.
The Fire budget shows a timing variance and will also have a true variance as a result of
an estimated $118,000 true-up for prior year expenditures which will require a
supplemental appropriation. Performance data is missing for the inspection compliance
rate; although inspections are occurring the calculation for the percentage of initial
compliance is being refined. Activity includes an ISO review and commencing contract
service to the Airport District. The primary trend is stability in service and response
time.
The Police budget has no significant overall variances although staff is monitoring
overtime closely. Activity includes completing the parking management study. Trends
indicate an increase in Part 1 crimes (property crime, burglary, larceny), a decrease in
Part 2 crimes (assaults, vandalism, drugs), a decrease in moving and parking violations,
and 2,340 calls for service.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 13
Performance
Ambulance
%code-3 ambulance calls
within CBTS with a response
time of 5 mi ns or I ess from
dispatch to arrival
%patients in need of
advanced life support within
CBTS that receive treatment
within 5 mins or less from
ambulance di spatch to arrival
%full cardiac arrest patients
wi th a pulse upon delivery to
the hospital
Annual ambulance transport
fee recovery rate
Fire
Tot a I Fi re ex pen per capita
(excludes ambul ance)
Annual% of code-3 fi r e calls
within CBTS with a response
time of 5 mi ns of I ess from
dispatch to time of arrival
Annual % of structure fi res
within CBTS contained to
room or structure of origin
Annual compliance of 300 life
and safety fire inspections
Police
Annual total police calls with
a response time of 5 mi ns or
l ess from dispatch to arrival
Average dispatch process time
Student completi on of the
Ca r mel diversion program
Maintain UCR Crime
clearance rate at or above
FY 12-13
95%
95%
40%
53%
$ 471.39
95%
80%
98%
95%
45sec
900/o
25%
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report
$
FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
95% 98% 95% 95%
95% 98% 95% 95%
400/o 50% 40% 40%
53% 64% 53% 53%
497.28 $ 341.36 $513.86 $ 523.83
95% 97% 95% 95%
80% - 800/o 80%
98% 98% 98%
95% 95% 95% 95%
45 sec 1:11 45sec 45 sec
900/o 100% 90% 900/o
25% 21% 25% 25%
14
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$0
Financial
lubrary
library
Q2 Budget 02 Actual
FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 %spent $remain
954,747 I 966, 177 I 480,447 I 5oo;61 485,730 I
The library has no notable budget variances. The Department's employee lost time rate
rose slightly from what it was at the end of the first quarter as a result of a slight
increase in sick leave hours used. Performance data remains strong reflecting strong
customer satisfaction ratings and use of the library and program attendance. Key trends
include increasing program attendance and material circulation and strong customer
satisfaction survey results for both the library and its programs.
Performance FY 12-13 FY 13-14 Q2 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16
Total Circul ation 145,000 148,000 75,878 151,000 154,000
Program Attend a nee 3,000 3,150 2,081 3,300 3,500
Citi zen rating of library
service 94% 94% 97% 94% 94%
Citizen rating of pub I i c
programs 94% 94% 96% 94% 94%
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 15
~ p i t l Projects
Website Update: Initial upgrades are underway and additional upgrades are anticipated
during the third quarter as part of Year 1 implementation of the IT Strategic Plan.
Financial System Upgrades- Cloud-based: The project is scoped and secondary analysis
is underway f or potential software solutions. This is anticipated to begin this fiscal year
but it will li kely be a multi-year project based on the required scope of work and rebuild
of the City's chart of accounts.
Legislative Management Suite - Paperless Agenda: Software has been evaluated and
implementation is anticipated duri ng the third quarter as part of Year 1 implementation
ofthe IT Strategic Plan.
Network Spare/Replacement Equipment : Some network and security upgrades have
been implemented. Further assessment has occurred with additional work to be
completed this fiscal year.
Permit Tracking software: Needs have been identified by Community Planning and
Building and software solutions identified. Administrative Services to review software
solutions relative to IT Strategi c Plan and network needs and capabilities.
Water Conservation Projects: Water conservation report presented to the City Council
in September. The water conservation plan consists of four elements: City Facilities &
Operations, Identify Potential Sources for Additional Water, City Ordinances, and Public
Outreach. A water meter device was installed on the Del Mar tank on 1/2/14 to monitor
the volume of water flow as part of a possible future project between Cal Am and the
City regarding the use of City water from Del Mar spring. A test of the water quality of
the spring had been completed in September 2013.
Art Appraisal: Developing request for proposal document to solicit appraisers to
conduct the update of the City's appraisal and inventory of its artwork.
Park Branch Library Book Return: This project has been scoped and a solution identified
to maintai n service while maki ng it easier for staff to ergonomically transport the books.
This project anticipates donations to proceed.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 16
Park Branch Basement Restoration: As part of the faci lity use plan, City staff has been
working with a consultant to identify possible sources of water infiltration. Investigative
work confirmed two leaks above the basement ceiling and further work to isolate one of
the leaks and patch the roof is being scheduled. Staff is also researching the costs of
dehumidifiers and a sump pump, which would serve as a secondary backup to the
current sump pump in case the first pump fails (an emergency generator is currently in
place to provide backup power to the existing sump pump). Other more extensive
options include adding additional waterproofing to sections of the basement, either
internally and/or externally. External waterproofing poses significant challenges due to
the proximity of a neighboring building and the possible excavation of the parking lot.
Ambulance Lease Purchase: Lease expires in December 2013. The front line service life
of the vehicle is anticipated until 2018 after which the vehicle is anticipated to serve as a
reserve unit.
Physio Control LifePak Cardiac Monitor/Defib: This project is complete and the
equipment is in service.
Fire Engine Lease Purchase: Lease expires in December 2015. The service life of the
vehicle is ant icipated to exceed the f ive-year capital planning horizon.
Diesel Filter System: This project is complete and installed at the fire station.
Self Contained Breathing Apparatus: This is a grant funded project and grant
applications have been awarded. Equipment will be purchased by City of Monterey
obviating the need for this as a City project. Project was postponed to meet the
updated 2014 requirements. The equipment is anticipated to be placed into service in
July for both Fire and Ambulance.
Parking Vehicle lease purchase: Lease expires in July 2013. The service life of the
vehicle is anticipated to exceed the five-year capital planning horizon.
Parking Management Study: Field work of the parking study is complete and a
presentation of the f indings was presented to the City Council November 5, 2013.
Solutions that meet the City's goals and policy objectives are being developed to be
implemented in early 2014.
Kenwood Radio Purchase & Encryption: Radios have been acquired and encryption
software is on hold this fiscal year to coordinate technology with partner agencies.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 17
Street Sweeper Lease Purchase: Lease expires in July 2013. The service life of the
vehicle is anticipated to exceed the five-year capital planning horizon.
Street and Road Projects: The asphalt overlay segment of this project has been
completed and remained under budget. The sidewalk repair project has been awarded
and the contractor is anticipated to start work in mid-February. It is anticipated that the
final segment of the project, concrete pavement repairs in the business district, will be
completed in the spring.
Paint/Sign Truck: The paint/sign truck has been purchased and delivered. Road
restriping and painting will be scheduled May 2014.
Santa Fe & 4th Storm Drain: Storm drain relocation work has been completed. The final
phases of project that remain to be completed include a camera assessment of the work
performed; street paving and the replacement of the island median and planting of a
new tree, as the original tree was required to be removed as part of the project. It was
anticipated that the project would be finished by mid- December 2013. However, Cal
Am was able to take advantage of the work being performed by the City and relocate a
water line along Fourth Avenue between Santa Fe and Torres. Required permitting for
the Cal Am work took longer than expected. The anticipated completion date is mid-
February.
Caterpillar Loader Lease Purchase: Lease expires in December 2013. The service life of
the vehicle is anticipated to exceed the five-year capital planning horizon.
Bikeway Projects: Coordi nation with Transportation Agency for Monterey County to
identify gaps in bicycle and pedestrian connectivity between the City and surrounding
area; identification of priority corridors including Rio Road and preliminary work for a
traffic count study for this area has begun.
PD/PW Roof/Patio Replacement: Site visit conducted as part of citywide facility
assessment report and staff is working with a consultant on obtaining further
specialized assessments of the building and developing recommendations.
Sunset Center Wood Patio Stage Replacement : Awaiting donor opportunity to fund
project or provide volunteer labor and donated material to complete.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 18
Forest Theater Renovation: Preliminary discussions with previous architect on existing
plans designed regarding updating the plan; scheduling inspection with building official
to review stage and options.
City Hall Renovations: Pending identification of project management assistance via
consultant or staff position.
Sunset Center Railing Replacement: Technical specifications are being drafted with
intent to solicit bids in February 2014.
Tennis Court Renovation: City engineer and staff are working on design specifications
with intent to solicit bids in March 2014.
Beach Stair Maintenance: Staff has met with a structural engineer for an initial
inspection of the wood stairs and is preparing to secure a service agreement to produce
a full report on the structural condition of the stairways with recommendations for any
repairs or improvements.
Scenic Rd. Restrooms: Plan check approved by the building official in January, with
building permit issuance pending receipt of water and sewer district permits. Staff has
field permit applications and is coordinating with the utilities on water, sewer and
electricity. The plan and corresponding bid documents are being finalized in order to
solicit construction bids for the project.
4th Avenue Irrigation Meter: Pebble Beach Community Services District is continuing to
work on obtaining a permit. Once the permit is secured, the City will solicit bids for the
installation of the meter.
Dunes Habitat Restoration: Public Services is identifying components of a work plan and
coordinating with Community Planning and Building on permitting.
City Hall Cistern: City staff is reviewing possible grant opportunities for this project. A
funding source has not been identified for this project.
Shoreline Assessment and Implementation: Tree trimming on Scenic Avenue and
vegetation clearance on the slopes of 9th and lOth Avenues has occurred. Repairs to
the Scenic pathway irrigation system are waiting for approval by the Planning Dept. to
install a wireless transmitter at 8th Ave. Staff has arranged for a survey to map the
North Dunes to facilitate future dune restoration work. Beach stairs are being inspected
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 19
by a structural engineer. Staff has also begun the development of sign age options
regarding beach fire and other rules pertaining to the shorel ine.
Mission Trail Entrance: Site survey is complete. Staff is negotiating a service agreement
with a landscape architect for design work. Location and depth of underground utilities
is being researched by staff.
Trash Can Refurbishment and Replacement: The City received notification in January
that it was not selected for a competitive grant for new trash and recycl ing containers.
(Some 85 applications were received requesting nearly $9 million in funding, although
only $1.5 million was available.) Staff is analyzing trash can assessment data from the
summer months to determine placement for co-location of existing cans.
ASBS Dry Weather Diversion: Grant funding became available during the course of the
fiscal year and the City Council approved a budget adjustment appropriating grant
funding for work to commence on this project.
Second Quarter FY 2013-2014 Performance Report 20
E-copies of all materials, including but not limited to, correspondence internally between City
parties and externally between City parties and Michaan's Auctions parties, contract(s), invoices,
related to the City's decision to commission Michaan 's Auctions to sell thirty-six artworks
deaccessioned by the City Council at the January 2012 and April 3, 2012 City Council Meetings
and sold at Michaan' s Auctions November 2013 Annex Auction (22 artworks of 29 total items
sold), December 2013 Estate Auction (6 artworks of6 total sold), December 2013 Annex
Auction (6 artworks of8 total artworks sold) and January 2014 Annex Auction (2 artworks of2
total artworks sold) between January 2012- April2012 and around January 2014. Additionally,
correspondence to and from Consultant Sheryl Nonnenberg, Mayor Sue McCloud and any other
individuals and the City, including but not limited to Library director Janet Bombard,
Administrative Services Director Susan Paul, City Administrator Jason Stilwell, Mayor Jason
Burnett, related to the sale of the deaccessioned artworks and the 2007 appraisal of these
deaccessioned artworks which show a total appraisal value of $262,450.
October 28, 20 l 3
Janet Bombard
P.O. Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Re: Contract #5572-Harrison Memorial Library
Dear Ms. Bombard,
MICHAAN'S
AUCTIONS
Auctioneers & Appraisers
Enclosed, please find a complete listing of the property you have consigned to Michaan's
Auctions. After you have had the opportunity to review the listing, should you have
questions or require any additional information, please contact me at 510-227-2530.
This letter is also to inform you that items #00 1-035 listed in the attachment will be
offered for auction in our November 5 & 6th, 2013 annex auction . . Additionally, the
highlighted items will be offered in our December I, 20 13 Estate auction.
Thank you for allowing Michaan's Auctions the opportunity to be of service.
~ e r e y , .
\ ~ ~ ~ ~
Tammie Chambless
Trust & Estate Assistant
2700 Saratoga Street
P.O. Box 489
Alameda, CA 9450 I
510.740-022.0 ext. 130
Enclosures
PO Box 489, Alameda, California 9450 I
MICHAAN
1
S AUCTIONS
Auctioneers & Appraisers
Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 740-Q220 www.michaaru.com
Harrison Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Cannel, CA 93921
11/13/2013
Thank you for consigning your property with Michaan's Auctions. The following property was offered in our 11/5/ 2013 auction and
sold (pending payment by the buyer) for the following prices:
Contract Seller
Small# Item# Description Hanuner
001 Japanese Tribal Mask $25.00
002 Water Color- "Vietnamese Children" $1.00
003 Print- "Portrait of a Woman", 1893, A.N. $40.00
004 Print "Lazams", Signed Elihu Vedder $50.00
005 Etching in Gold- "Dog", Winfield $60.00
006 Photo- "Creative Struggle", Signed Robert $1.00
008 Oil on Board- "Red Chair, " Tina $80.00
009 Oil on Board- "Sunday Momings",Tina $190.00
013 Pastel Unframed- "Manin Sombrero", $1.00
01 4 Pencil Drawing- "Two Horses", 1845, $5.00
015 Print, Unframed- "Eastern Mountain Scene, $5.00
016 Etching- European City Scene, Colin $130.00
017 Etching- "The Span", John Stahl, 11" x 14" $50.00
018 Etching- "Richmond", Richard Dobson, $30.00
020 Etching- "LA Farraca", Ernest Melchert, $25.00
021 Etching- "The Old Guard", Ernest Melchert $30.00
027 Oil on Canvas, "Woman Playing Violin", $15.00
029 Water Color- Floral, Holly Bryce Parker, $20.00
030 Pri nt- Cafe Scene by Water C. Lauren, 15" $10.00
032 Oil on Canvas- "Watennelons and Lettuce", $40.00
0"" .) .) Etching- "Thomas Carlyle", James McNeill $140.00
035 Oil on Board- Brass Pot with Lilies, $15.00
Total number of Sold lots: 22
Settlement checks will be mailed out 30 business days after the auction. Page: 1
MICHAAN' S AUCTIONS
Auctioneers & Appraisers
Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 740-{)220 www.michaans.com
Harri son Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
IIII3/20 13
Thank you for consigning your property to us. The following item(s) did not reach an acceptable price in our 11/5/2013 auction and
therefor0 did not sell.
We will be pleased tore-offer the item(s) in an upcoming sale with the revised estimate(s) listed below. Please sign the bottom of the
page and fax it to us at 5 10-749-7517 or mail !t to us at the address listed above. If you _do not want us to re-offer your merchandise
with the new estimate(s), please contact \ C\ \f"C\'{'{'"\ '- Q_ at extension _\_d) __ to arrange a time to pick up your merchandise.
Contract Seller
Small# Item#
022
023
024
025
026
028
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Description
Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 1), Lee
Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 2), Lee
Mixed Media on Canvas, "Dipped in Red,"
Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele,
Oil on Canvas, "Static Interference", 1993,
Oil on Canvas- "The Divers", Tina
Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House",
Total number of Unsold lots: 7
Previous
Reserve
Settlement checks will be mailed out 30 business days after the auction.
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Inventory List - Consignor
Consignor: Harrison Memorial library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box BOO
Carmel, CA 93921
ABB Item# Seller Item# Description Est. low
5572-007-50 RICHARD DETREVJLLE (American 1864-1929) 'Untitled- California $400.00
Hills in the Spring" Oil on canvas. 20 x 30 inches. Signed 1/r. This
item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art collection by the
City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the City's art collection.
5572-010-50 FORTUNATO GALLI (Italian 1850-1918) "Figure of a Nude Maiden
Carved Carrara marble. 67 inches high. Signed and dated "Firenze
$2,000.00
1886". This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection.
5572-011-50 After FREDERIC-AUGUSTE BARTHOLD! (France 1834-1904) "The $300.00
Statue of Liberty - La Liberte Eclairant le Mende" Cast bronze on
marble base. 21 1/2 inches tall , 5 x 5 inches (without base). Base
7 x 7 x 2 inches. Stamped '1041975" and bears signature
"Bartholdi'. This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. NOTES: Plaque reads '1 00 erne Anniversalre Statue
Commemorir de Apres Maquelte Originate Edison Limitee Musee
Barthholdi, Colmar, France".
5572-012-67 Renaissance Revival Marble Bust of Dante {Dimensions 12 1/2 x 12 $300.00
inches} This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. [small losses)
5572-019-50 ANNE BRIGMAN (American 1869-1950) "The Heart of the Storm $2,000.00
Gelatin silver print. 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Mount: 12 x 10 inches.
Signed and dated 1/1 in photograph '12" and signed 1/r in penci l on
mat. This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. (CONDITION: Good condition for its age and hinged to
original mat paper). NOTES: Artist original logo, address and
handwritten title verso.
5572-031-50 After SIR LAWRENCE THOMAS (British 1764-1824) "The Calmady $400.00
Children" Oil on canvas. 30 x 30 inches. This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art coll ection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the City' s art collection.
(CONDITION: Minor paint loss and pressure dent from back.)
NOTES: A 19th/early 20th century copy of the original lhat hangs in
the Metropoli tan Museum of of Art. In period frame.
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Est. Hi gh Reserve Status Hammer./
$600.00 Sold $350.00
$4,000.00 Sold $4,250.00 /
$500.00 Sold
$600.00 ,//
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$400.00 Sold $160.00 v"
$4,000. 00 Sold $3,500.00
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$600.00 Sold $900.00/
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box BOO
Carmel, CA 93921
Seller
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www,. michaans.com
Date: 12/9/2013
Auction Date: 11/5/2013
Contract #: 557.2
Statement #: 79469
Comm.
Date Small# Item# Lot# Description Hammer Rate Commission
11/05/1 3 001 674A Japanese Tribal Mask
$25.00 10.00% -$2.50
11/05/13 002 778A Water Color- "Vietnamese Children"
$1.00 10.00% -$0.10
11/05/13 003 673A Print- "Portrait of a Woman", 1893, A.N. Roussuff, 16" x 12" $40.00 10.00%
11/05/13 004 662A Print- "Lazarus", Signed Elihu Vedder,";
$50.00 10.00% -$5.00
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11/05/13 005 582A Etching in Gold- "Dog", Winfield
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$60.00 10.00% -$6.00
11/05/13 006 665A Photo- "Creative Struggle", Signed Robert U. Sater, 14" x 11" $1 .00 10.00% -$0.10
11/05/13 008 819A Oil on Board- "Red Chair, " Tina Danzansky, 19.60 36" x 18" $80.00 10.00% -$8.00
11/05/13 009 552A Oil on Board- "Sunday Momings",Tina Danzansky, , 25.5" x $190.00 10.00% -$19.00
11/05/13 013 841A Pastel Unframed- "Manin Sombrero", Charles Pica. 24" x 19" $1.00 10.00% -$0.10
11/05/13 014 886A Pencil Drawing- "Two Horses", 1845, J.E.B. 15" x 19" $5.00 10.00% -$0.50
11/05/13 015 809A Print, Unframed- "Eastern Mountain Scene, John Ross Key, $5.00 10.00% -$0.50
11/05/13 016 818A European City Scene, Colin Campbell Cooper, 13.25" $130.00 10.00% -$13.00-
11/05/13 017 782A Etching- "The Span", John Stahl, 11" x 14" $50.00 10.00% -$5.00
11/05/13 018 783A Etching- "Richmond", Richard Dobson, 11.5" x 8.5" $30.00 10.00% -$3.00
11/05/13 020 789A Etching- "LA Farraca", Ernest Melchert, 4.75" x 6.5" $25.00 1 0.00% -$2.50
11/05/13 021 807A Etching- "The Old Guard", Ernest Melchert , 9.25" x 6.5 $30.00 10.00% -$3.00
11/05/1 3 027 1963 Oi! Canvas, "Woman Playing Violin", Royal WhitaKer, 41.25" $15.00 10.00% -$1.50
11/05/13 029 773A Water Color- Floral, Holly Bryce Parker, 1949, 15.5" x 38.5" $20.00 10.00% -$2.00
11/05/13 030 1980
Print- Cafe Scene by Water C. Lauren, 15" x 38.5" - $10.00 10.00% -$1.00
.
11/05/13 032 836A Oil on Canvas- "Watermelons and Lettuce", Jane Moppin, 40.5" $40.00 10.00% -$4.00
11/05/13 033 720A Etching- "Thomas Carlyle", James McNeill Whistler, 20" x 16" $140.00 10.00% -$14.00
11/05113 035 882A Oil on Board- Brass Pot with Lilies, Mariann. 30" x 24" $15.00 10.00% -$1.50
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Final Statement
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Consignor Copy
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Seller
Date Small# Item# Lot# Description
Final Statement
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www.michaans.com
Date:
Auction Date:
Contract#:
Statement#:
Hammer
. Total Hammer
Less Commissions
Less Insurance
Amount Due
;.
Page: 2.
12/9/2013
11/5/2013
5572
79469
Comm.
Rate Commi ssion
$963.00
($96.30)
($14.45)
$852.26
Consignor Cof
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Seller
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www.michaans.com
Date: 1/9/2014
Auction Date: 12/1/2013
Contract #: 5572
Statement #: 80644
Comm.
Date Small# Item# Lot# Description Hammer Rate Commission
12/01/13 007 034 RICHARD DETREVILLE
12/01/13 011 079 After FREDERIC-AUGUSTE BARTHOLD!
12/01/13 012 651 Renaissance Revival Marble Bust of Dante
12/01/13 019 071 ANNE BRIGMAN
12/01/13 031 003 After SIR LAWRENCE THOMAS
Final Statement
Page: 1
Total Hammer
$350.00 10.00%
$600.00 10.00%
$160.00 10.00%
$3500.00 10.00%
$900.00 10.00%
Less Commissions
Less Insurance
Amount Due
-$35.00
-$60.00
-$16.00
-$350.00
-$90.00
$5510.00
($551 .00)
($82.65)
$4,876.35
Consignor Copy
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Seller
Date Small # Item # lot # Description
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www.michaans.com
Date: 1/10/2014
Auction Date: 12/1/2013
Contract#: 5572
Statement #: 80780
Comm.
Hammer Rate Commission
12/01/13 010 077 FORTUNATO GALLI $4250.00 10.00% -$425.00
Total Hammer
Less Commissions
Less Insurance
Amount Due
Final Statement
Page: 1
$4250.00
($425.00)
($63.75)
$3,761.25
Consignor Copy
MlCHAAN:S AUCTIONS
Auctioneers &: Appral sers
Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 740.Q220 www.michaans.com
Harrison Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
12/9/2013
Thank you for consigning your property with Michaan's Auctions. The following property was offered in our 12/ 112013 auction and
sold (pending payment by the buyer) for the following prices:
Contract Seller
Small # Item# Description Hammer
007 RICHARD DETREVlLLE $350.00
010 FORTUNATO GALLI $4,250.00
01 1 After FREDERIC-AUGUSTE $600.00
012 Renaissance Revival Marble Bust of Dante $160.00
019 ANNE BRIGMAN $3,500.00
03 1 After SIR LAWRENCE THOMAS $900.00
Total number of Sold lots: 6
Settlement checks will be mailed out 30 business days after the auction. Page: 1
MICHAAN'S AUCTIONS
Auctioneers &. Appraisers
Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 74().()220 www.ltlichaans.com
Harrison Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
12/ 10/2013
Thank you for consigning your property with Michaan's Auctions. The following property was offered in our 12/ 3/2013 auction and
sold (pending payment by the buyer) for the following prices:
Contract Seller
Small # Item # Description
022 Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 1), Lee
023 Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 2), Lee
024 Mixed Media on Canvas, "Dipped in Red,"
026 Oil on Canvas, "Static Interference", 1993,
028 Oil on Canvas- "The Divers", Tina
Total number of Sold lots: 5
Hammer
$10.00
$5.00
$10.00
$5.00
$160.00
Settlement checks will be mailed out 30 business days after the auction. Page: 1
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Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 740-0220 www.michaans.com
Harrison Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
12/ 10/2013
Thank you for consigning your property to us. The following item(s) did not reach an acceptable price in our 12/3/2013 auction and
therefore did not sell.
We will be pleased tore-offer the item(s) in an upcoming sale with the revised estimate(s) listed below. Please sign the bottom of the
page and fax it to us at 510-749-7517 or m ii it to us a e ad ress listed above. If you do not want us to re-offer your merchandise
with the new estimate(s), please contact // at to arrange a time to pick up your merchandise.
The courtesy of your reply is requested within 7 business
I hereby agree to the estimates and reserves indicated belo
Contract Seller Previous Previous Previous Recommended Recommended
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025 Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele,
034 Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House",
Total number ofUnsoid lots: 2
Settlement checks will be mailed out 30 business days after the auction. Page:2
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel , CA 93921
Seller
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www. michaans.com
Date: 1/3/2014
Auction Date: 12/3/2013
Contract#: 5572
Statement#: 80196
comm.
Date Small# Item# Lot# Description Hammer Jtate Commission
12/03/13 022
12/03/13 023
12/03/13 024
12/03/13 026
12/03/13 028
Final Statement
2263 Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 1), Lee Waisler, 1993, 65"
2263 Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 2), Lee Waisler, 1993,
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1728 Mixed Media on Canvas, "Dipped in Red," Rudolf Haegele 1993,
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1055 Oil on Canvas, "Static Interference", j .993, Rudolf Haegele,
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1260 Oil on Canvas- "The Divers", Tina 24"
Total Hammer
$10.00 10.00%
$5.00 10.00%
$10.00 10.00%
$5.00 10.00%
$160.00 10.00%
-$1 .00
-$0.50
-$1.00
-$0.50
-$16.00
Less Commissions
$190.00
($19.00)
($2.85) Less Insurance
Amount Due $168.15
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Consignor Copy
AUCTIONS BY THE BAY, INC. .
Harrison Memorial Library
79469
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Harrison Memorial Library
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23500 Consignor Payables
4-2050 Consignor Commissions
4-2060 Insurance Commissions
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Reference
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Payment
852.26
852.26
852.26
Consignor Statement
Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel , CA 93921
Seller
Date Small # Item # Lot # Description
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www.michaans.com
Date: 2/11/2014
Auction Date: 1/7/2014
Contract # : 5572
Statement #: 81933
Comm.
Hammer Rate Commission
01/07/14 025 1551 Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele, 1993 34.25" x 74.25" $15.00 10.00% -$1.50
01/07/14 034
Final Statement
675 Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House", Lee Waisler, 96" x 66" $10.00 10.00% -$1 .00
Total Hammer
Less Commissions
$25.00
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Contract 5572
P.O. Box 489 CA 9t501
(510) 740-0220 www.mlchaans.com
Harrison Memorial Library c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Cannel, CA 93921
1/15/2014
Thank you for consigning your property with Michaan's Auctions. The following property was offered in our 1/7/2014 auction and sold
.(pending payment by the buyer) for the following prices:
. Contract Seller
Small # Item # Description
025 .Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele,
034 Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House",
Total number of Sold lots: 2
Hammer
$15.00
$10.00
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PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Seller
Date Small # Item # Lot# Description
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489 Alameda, CA 94501
800-380-9822 www.michaans.com
Date: 2/11/2014
Auction Date: 1/7/2014
Contract#: 5572
Statement #: 81933
Comm.
Hammer Rate Commissi on
01/07/14 025
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1551 Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele, 1993 34.25" x 74.25"
675 Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House':, Lee Waisler, 96" x 66"
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Less Commissions
Less Insurance
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Final Statement Page: 1
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Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List - Consignor
Inventory # Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-001 -40
5572-002-50
Japanese Tribal Mask This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's art collection.
Water Color- 'Vietnamese Children" This
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
$30.00 $50.00 Sold
$30.00 $50.00 Sold
Held On Lot# Hammer
11/05/13 674A $25.00
11/05/13 778A $1 .00
---------------- -------- of the City's ______ --------------- ------------ ______ ____ _ _________ ____ _
5572-003-50 Print- "Portrait of a Woman", 1893, AN. $15.00 $30.00 Sold 11/05/13 673A $40.00
Roussuff, 16" x 12" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
------ ---------- City's art __ -------
--- --- -- ---------- -- ---
5572-004-50 Print- "Lazarus", Signed Elihu Vedder This $10.00 $20.00 Sold 11/05/13 662A $50.00
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
.. - - ---- ___ _ ___________________ ------------- --- ---
5572-005-50 Etching in Gold- "Dog", Winfield This item $1"5.00 $30.00 Sold 11/05/13 582A $60.00
was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
__ -- - _______ _____ ___ ___________ _
As of: 06/11/14 Page: 1
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Inventory# Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-006-50
5572-007-50
5572-008-50
Photo- "Creative Struggle", Signed Robert
U. Sater, 14" x 11" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
______ --- ___ art _ ___ __ .. . _____________ ..
RICHARD DETREVILLE (American 1864
-1929) "Untitled- California Hills in the
Spring" Oil on canvas. 20 x 30 inches.
Signed 1/r. This item was deaccessioned
from the City of Carmel art collection by
the City Council. Proceeds from the sale
of the artwork will go toward maintenance
and preservation of the City's art
collection.
Oil on Board- "Red Chair, " Tina
Danzansky, 1960 36" x 18" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance ancf. preservation of the
- -- -- __ ________ _ _?rt ----
5572-009-50 Oil on Board- "Sunday Mornings", Tina
Danzansky, , 25.5" x 23.5" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance ancf. preservation of the
....... ___ ...... ..... _____ _ - .... .............. ___ __ _ __ _ _______ _________
As of: 06/11/14
$10.00 $20.00 Sold
$400.00 $600.00 Sold
$40.00 $60.00 Sold
$60.00 $80.00 Sold
Held On Lot# Hammer
11/05/13 665A $1.00
12/01/13 034 $350.00
11/05/13 819A $80.00
11/05/13 552A $190.00
Page:2
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List -Consignor
Inventory # Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-010-50
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5572-011-50
5572-012-67
FORTUNATO GALLI (Italian 1850-1918)
"Figure of a Nude Maiden" CaNed Carrara
marble. 67 inches high. Signed and
dated "Firenze 1886". This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preseNation of the
City's art _____ _
After FREDERIC-AUGUSTE BARTHOLD!
(France 1834-1904) "The Statue of Liberty
- La Liberte Eclairant le Monde" Cast
bronze on marble base. 21 1/2 inches
tall , 5 x 5 inches (without base). Base 7 x
7 x 2 inches. Stamped "1 04/975" and
bears signature "Bartholdi". This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preseNation of the
City's art collection. NOTES: Plaque reads
"100 eme Anniversaire Statue
Commemorir de Apres Maquette Originate
Edison Limitee Musee Barthholdi, Colmar,
France".
Renaissance Revival Marble Bust of
Dante {Dimensions 12 1/2 x 12 inches}
This item was deaccessioned from the
City of Carmel art collection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the
artwork will go toward maintenance and
preseNation of the City's art collection.
____ _ - - -- - . __ - --- - ---------- -- -- ---
As of: 06/11/14
$2,000.00 $4,000.00 Sold
$300-.00 $500.00 Sold
$300.00 $400.00 Sold
Held On Lot# Hammer
12/01/13 077 $4,250.00
12/01/13 079 $600.00
12/01/13 651 $160.00
Page: 3
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Inventory# Seller Item No Description
5572-013-50 Pastel Unframed- "Manin Sombrero",
Charles Pica, 24" x 19" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
Reserve
.... __ .... -- - -- -- -- _ .. ... ____ ____ .... _ . _
5572-014-50 Pencil Drawing- "Two Horses", 1845, J.E.
B. 15" x 19" This item was deaccessioned
from the City of Carmel art collection by
the City Council. Proceeds from the sale
of the artwork will go toward maintenance
and preservation of the City's art
collection.
Est. Low Est. High Status
$10.00 $20.00 Sold
$15.00 $30.00 Sold
Held On Lot# Hammer
11/05/13 841A $1.00
11/05/13 886A $5.00
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5572-015-50
5572-016-50
Print, Unframed- "Eastern Mountain
Scene, John Ross Key, 11" x 16" This
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
of the City's art collection.
Etching- European City Scene, Colin
Campbell Cooper, 13.25" x 1 0.5" This item
was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
$5.00
$15.00
$10.00 Sold 11/05/13 809A $5.00
$30.00 Sold 11/05/13 818A $130.00
of the City's art collection.
--- --- - ____________ ..c!._ __ ...:...__ ...::_ ____ ____________________ --- ---------- ------ --------------
5572-017-50
As of: 06/11/14
Etching- "The Span", John Stahl, 11" x 14" $40.00 $60.00 Sold
This item was deaccessioned from the
City of Carmel art collection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the
artwork will go toward maintenance and
__ of _
11/05/13 782A $50.00
Page: 4
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Inventory # Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-018-50
5572-019-50
5572-020-50
5572-021-50
As of: 06/11/14
Etching- "Richmond", Richard Dobson,
11.5" x 8.5" This item was deaccessioned
from the City of Carmel art collection by
the City Council. Proceeds from the sale
of the artwork will go toward maintenance
and preservation of the City's art
collection.
ANNE BRIGMAN (American 1869-1950)
"The Heart of the Storm" Gelatin silver
print. 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Mount: 12 x 1 0
inches. Signed and dated Ill in
photograph "12" and signed 1/r in pencil on
mat. This item was deaccessioned from
the City of Carmel art collection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the
artwork will go toward maintenance and
preservation of the City's art collection.
(CONDITION: Good condition for its age
and hinged to original mat paper).
NOTES: Artist original logo, address and
handwritten title verso.
$20.00 $40.00 Sold
$2,000.00 ':...$4,000.00 Sold
- - ------- --- -- ----------- --- --- - ---
Etching- "LA Farraca", Ernest Melchert,
4.75" x 6.5" This item was deaccessioned
from the City of Carmel art collection by
the City Council. Proceeds from the sale
of the artwork will go toward maintenance
and preservation of the City's art
collection.
Etching- "The Old Guard", Ernest
Melchert , 9.25" x 6.5 This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the

$30.00
$30.00
$50.00 Sold
$50.00 Sold
Held On Lot#
Hammer
11/05/13 783A $30.00
12/01/13 071 $3,500.00
11/05/13 789A $25.00
11/05/13 807A $30.00
Page: 5
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Inventory # Seller Item No Description
5572-022-50
5572-023-50
Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 1 ).
Lee Waisler, 1993, 65" x 101" This item
was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preseNation
_ __
Acrylic on Canvas- "Passage" (Part 2),
Lee Waisler, 1993, 34.25" x 74.25" This
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preseNation
----- - ______ __ City's art co_ll_ection. ----------
5572-024-50
5572-025-50
Mixed Media on Canvas, "Dipped in Red,"
Rudolf Haegele 1993, 34.25" x 74.25 This
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preseNation
of the City's art collection.
Oil on Canvas, "Island", Rudolf Haegele,
1993 34.25" x 74.25" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preseNation of the
City's art collection.
- - ----------- . ----------------'-----------
5572-026-50
As of: 06/11/14
Oil on Canvas, "Static Interference", 1993,
Rudolf Haegele, 34.25" 7 4.25" This item
was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preseNation
_of !he City's _ ____ _ __ _
Reserve Est. Low
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Est. High Status Held On Lot# Hammer
$100.00 Sold 12/03/13 2263A $10.00
$1 00.00 Sold 12/03/13 22638 $5.00
$100.00 Sold 12/03/13 1728A $10.00
$100.00 Sold 01/07/14 1551 $15.00
$100.00 Sold 12/03/13 1055 $5.00
Page:6
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Inventory# Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-027-50
5572-028-50
5572-029-50
Oil on Canvas, "Woman Playing Violin",
Royal Whitaker, 41 .25" x 32" This item
was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
--- - - . - -- ------ ---
$50.00 $80.00 Sold
Oil on Canvas- "The Divers", Tina $50.00 $100.00 Sold
Danzansky 30" x 24" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's art -- --------- - --- ------- ------ -------------- _ ________ _
Water Color- Floral, Holly Bryce Parker, $20.00 $40.00 Sold
1949, 15.5" x 38.5" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's art collection.
Held On Lot# Hammer
11/05/13 1963A $15.00
12/03/13 1260 $160.00
-- -- - -------- - --
11/05/13 773A $20.00
-- --- --------------------
5572-030-50
As of: 06/11/14
Print- Cafe Scene by Water C. Lauren, 15"
x 38. 5" This item was deaccessioned from
the City of Carmel art collection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the
artwork will go toward maintenance and
_____ _
$20.00 $40.00 Sold 11/05/13 1980A $10.00
Page: ?
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
c/o Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Inventory # Seller Item No Description
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List -Consignor
Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status Held On Lot# Hammer
5572-031-50 After SIR LAWRENCE THOMAS (British
1764-1824) 'The Calmady Children" Oil
on canvas. 30 x 30 inches. This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's art collection. (CONDITION: Minor
paint loss and pressure dent from back.)
NOTES: A 19th/early 2oth century copy of
the original that hangs in the Metropolitan
$400.00 $600.00 Sold 12/01/13 003 $900.00
5572-032-50
5572-033-50
5572-034-50
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As of: 06/11/14
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Oil on Canvas- "Watermelons and
Lettuce", Jane Moppin, 40.5" x 30.25" This
item was deaccessioned from the City of
Carmel art collection by the City Council.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will
go toward maintenance and preservation
___ . _ -----
Etching- "Thomas Carlyle", James McNeill
Whistler, 20" x 16" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's collection. - -- ------
Acrylic on Canvas- "Red Dutch House",
Lee Waisler, 96" x 66" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
City's art collection.
$20.00 $40.00 Sold 11/05/13 836A $40.00
$60.00 $80.00 Sold 11/05/13 720A $140.00
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$50.00 $1 00.00 Sold 01/07/14 675 $10.00
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Page:8
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
clo Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel CA 93921
Michaan's Auctions Program
Inventory List- Consignor
Inventory # Seller Item No Description Reserve Est. Low Est. High Status
5572-035-50 Oil on Board- Brass Pot with Lilies, $30.00 $50.00 Sold
Mariann. 30" x 24" This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds
from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the
__ City's _art ... ... .. ___ . . . _ _ .. _ . _____ . . . __ _ _____ ..
As of: 06/11/14
Held On Lot# Hammer
11/05/13 882A $15.00
Page: 9
Janet Bombard
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Attachments:
Hi Janet,
Allyson Bradley [allyson@michaans.com]
Tuesday, December 03, 2013 10:38 AM
Janet Bombard
December Estate Auction
harrison_dec_estate. pdf
Here are the results of the December Estate Auction. A settlement check will be sent 30 business day after the auction.
Everything went well. Thank you very much for your business.
Best,
Allyson
Allyson Bradley
Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
2751 Todd Street
PO Box 489
Alameda CA 9450 I
510.740.0220 ext.l 05
allyson@michaans.com
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As of: 12/3/2013 Michaan's Auctions
Inventory list - Consignor
Consignor: Harrison Memorial Library
clo Janet Bombard
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
ABB Item# Seller Item# Description Est. Low
5572-007-50 RICHARD DETREVILLE (American 1864-1929) "Untitled - California $400.00
Hills in the Spring" Oil on canvas. 20 x 30 inches. Signed 1/r. This
item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art collection by the
City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the City's art collection.
5572-010-50 FORTUNATO GALLI (Ital ian 1850-1918) "Figure of a Nude Maiden $2,000. 00
Carved Carrara marble. 67 inches high. Signed and dated "Firenze
1886". This Item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection.
5572-011 -50 After FREDERIC-AUGUSTE BARTHOLD! (France 1834-1904) "The $300.00
Statue of Liberty - La Liberte Eclairant le Monde" Cast bronze on
marble base. 21 1/2 inches tall , 5 x 5 inches (without base). Base
7 x 7 x 2 inches. Stamped "1 04/975" and bears signature
"Bartholdi". This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. NOTES: Plaque reads "100 eme Anniversaire Statue
Commemorir de Apres Maquette Originate Edison Limitee Musee
Barthholdi, Col mar, France".
5572-012-67 Renaissance Revival Marble Bust of Dante {Dimensions 12 1/2 x 12 $300.00
inches} This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. [small losses)
5572-019-50 ANNE BRIGMAN (American 1869-1950) "The Heart of the Storm" $2,000.00
Gelatin silver print. 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Mount: 12 x 10 inches.
Signed and dated Ill in photograph "12" and signed 1/r in pencil on
mat. This item was deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art
collection by the City Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork
will go toward maintenance and preservation of the City's art
collection. (CONDITION: Good condition for its age and hinged to
original mat paper). NOTES: Artist original logo, address and
handwritten title verso.
5572-031-50 After SIR LAWRENCE THOMAS (British 1764-1824) "The Calmady $400.00
Children" Oil on canvas. 30 x 30 inches. This item was
deaccessioned from the City of Carmel art collection by the City
Council. Proceeds from the sale of the artwork will go toward
maintenance and preservation of the City' s art collection.
(CONDITION: Minor paint loss and pressure dent from back.)
NOTES: A 19th/early 20th century copy of the origi nal that hangs In
the Metropolitan Museum of of Art. In period frame.
Page: 1
Est. High Reserve Status Hammer
$600.00 Sold $350.00
$4,000.00 Sold $4,250.00
$500.00 Sold $600.00
$400.00 Sold $160.00
$4,000.00 Sold $3,500.00
$600.00 Sold $900.00
Janet Bombard
From:
.ent:
To:
Subject:
Hi Sheryl,
Heidi Burch
Friday, May 20, 2011 2:31 PM
nonnenberg@aol.com
RE: Art project
I understand that because you only visit the City a few times a year, most of your requests for information have been via
email rather than in person. The distance does make it difficult to view the collection and to sit down and do the "hands
on" research. If you wish to pursue further consulting assignments with the City, we'll have to work out some time for you
to visit during the workweek to allow you to do your research rather than relying on limit staff to do the research
necessary. Hopefully, that will help alleviate some of the frustration.
Let me know if you need any further assistance.
Have a good weekend,
Heidi
From: nonnenberg@aol.com [mailto:nonnenberg@aol.coml
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 1:43PM
To: Heidi Burch
Subject: Re: Art project
Hi Heidi,
I will get back to you on all of these items, but I first want to say that it has been very difficult to obtain any information
about documentation of the art work in the city collection.
I have been referred to numerous people on the staff, only to be told that no documentation exists, or that "it is part of
library records and we doh't have the staff to
find and show you documentation."
Sheryl
-----Original Message-----
From: Heidi Burch <hburch@ci.carmel.ca.us>
To: nonnenberg <nonnenberg@aol.com>
Cc: Janet Bombard <jbombard@ci.carmel.ca.us>
Sent: Fri, May 20, 2011 10:45 am
Subject: Art project
Hi Sheryl ,
Thank you for your patience with our transition and for forwarding the documents.
Here are my questions thus far:
Did Rich have a chance to review your work and provide 'feedback? If so, would you mind forwarding the
correspondence?
Please forward the six letters drafted on behalf of the City to the auction houses, as well as their letters in response and
other attachments you have noted in your document. (You note in your report a DGW letter, a consignment agreement for
Clars and a letter from Michaans).
1
Please outline the terms and commission rates for each of the auction houses.
Please add a column on the spreadsheet for the 65 items on the proposed deaccession list noting whether or not
paperwork exists that would impact the City's ability to deaccession the piece. i.e. letter accompanying the donation, deed
f gift, purchase agreement, etc ...
You note in your report that the value of the pieces on your proposed list totals $320,000. Please add a column on the
spreadsheet with the appraised value for each of the items.
The legal reference for the financial reporting requirement for governments is GASB (Governmental Accounting
Standards Board).
On page 2 of the deaccession policy, you note that "preference shall be given to disposing of deaccessioned objects in
public sales," but detail is given only to the non-preferred method of retaining an auction house. Would you elaborate on
the "public sales" process?
Also on that page, what is your estimate to have the list of 65 pieces appraised? Are all of the items on the list valued at
over$500?
Did you personally view the items on the list, or was it compiled from review of the City inventory?
Was the proposal for your additional services part of the $10,000 charge to the City?
The only agreement I was able to locate was one dated March 18, 2009, outlining four tasks. Is there a more current one
specific to the deaccession project?
Please forward to me as well the "maintenance record" and record of "whether the artwork has been moved to another
City location or is loaned out" that you have compiled.
Finally, I don't have a breakdown of your costs for the invoice for $10,000. When you have a chance, please forward that
to me as well.
Thank you for providing the above information in a timely manner and feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.
We'll sort this out as soon as possible!
Have a good weekend,
Heidi
Heidi Burch
Assistant City Administrator/ City Clerk
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
( 831) - 6202006
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Janet Bombard
From:
)ent:
To:
Subject:
Attachments:
Heidi Burch
Monday, May 23, 2011 10:52 AM
Janet Bombard
FW: questions
auction house letter.docx
From: nonnenberg@aol.com [mailto:nonnenberg@aol.coml
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 3:06PM
To: Heidi Burch
Subject: questions
Hi Heidi,
I will attempt to answer some of your questions today and will work on the rest over the weekend.
--Rich never responded to my letter or provided any feedback regarding the proposal material.

--1 am attaching the letter I sent to the auction houses (same letter sent to all). I will have to copy and send, via regular
mail, the responses from the auction houses.
I can send the formal contract agreements, however, it was my thought that the City Council would first approve my
recommendation of using an
auction house. Once that was established, the various auction house proposals would be summarized by me, then
brought before Council for final selection.
- In regards to ability to deaccession: many of the pieces are from the Ella Harrison gift, which was not a restricted gift
(and therefore able to be sold).
The Haegele and Waisler gifts are recent and it is my understanding that donors were told they would probably be sold.
If you want me to itemize documentation for the remainder of the list, I will have to have the cooperation of the library staff
-or the library staff, or volunteers, could be directed to find the documentation.
-"Public sale" refers to the deaccession by an auction house which would be a sale open to the public. This is the
preferred method of disposal, verses a sale
sponsored and implemented by the City of Carmel.
--If the city contracts with an auction house, the first thing they will do is to send a representative to assess the value of
the art. Based on my discussions with Clars and Michaans, this is part of the contract and there is no extra fee. Their
appraisal will be then used to price items for auction.
--1 have not viewed art that is not already on public display. Again, it is extremely difficult to gain access to stored
information and art in the library holdings. I used
the appraisal books and information compiled by Amy Essex and Ellen Osterkamp, as well as my own research to make
recommendations regarding deacessioning.
These recommendations were made based on parameters established in the Collection Management Plan, as approved
by Council.
--The proposal for additional services, ie., hiring me to serve as art collection manager is not part of the $10,000 charge.
It is a proposal for future consulting work,
separate and apart from the current project, which was to make recommendations regarding deaccesioning.
--1 was not sent a formal contract. I proceeded with the project, based on the City Council approval of 1) the Management
Policy, 2) Authorization to hire me to
Jegin deaccessioning process- June 8, 2010. In addition, both Rich Guillen and Sue McCloud met with me on two
occasions to discuss progress of the project and to offer feedback.
--1 have not compiled a maintenance record or loan record for the collection, so I am unclear as to this reference.
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--The breakdown of costs is:
1. research art collection and compile a list of possible deaccession items.
2. research and recommend possible methods for deaccessioning
'. develop a deaccession policy
fhe approved allocation of funding for this project was $10,000.00
I am not clear on how to break this down any further- it is a consulting project and I am being paid for my research,
expertise and recommendations.
Thanks and I will get the other items to you very soon.
Sheryl
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Janet Bombard
Heidi Burch From:
ent:
(o:
Monday, May 23,201110:52 AM
Janet Bombard
Subject: FW: Art project
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From: non nen berg@aol.com [ ma ilto: non nen berg @aol.com]
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 3:12PM
To: Heidi Burch
Subject: Re: Art project
Heidi,
I do understand the limitations of the small staff and I did not mean to imply that there has been any effort to thwart my
efforts. I have a home in Carmel and am there several times a month - and can be there during the work week and have
done that in order to meet with Rose and see documents, etc. If I am hired to continue, I will most definitely
be in Carmel to undertake the projects outlined in my proposal.
Sheryl
-----Original Message-----
From: Heidi Burch <hburch@ci. carmel.ca.us>
To: nonnenberg <nonnenberg@i:lOI.com>
'.ent: Fri, May 20, 2011 2:34 pm
Subject: RE: Art project
Hi Sheryl ,
I understand that because you only visit the City a few times a year, most of your requests for information have been via
email rather than in person. The distance does make it difficult to view the collection and to sit down and do the "hands
on" research. If you wish to pursue further consulting assignments with the City, we' ll have to work out some time for you
to visit during the workweek to allow you to do your research rather than relying on limit staff to do the research
necessary. Hopefully, that will help alleviate some of the frustration.
Let me know if you need any further assistance.
Have a good weekend,
Heidi
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From: nonnenberg@aol.com [ mailto: nonnenberg@aol .com]
Sent: Friday, May 20, 20111:43 PM
To: Heidi Burch
Subject: Re: Art project
Hi Heidi,
I will get back to you on all of these items, but I first want to say that it has been very difficult to obtain any information
about documentation of the art work in the city collection.
have been referred to numerous people on the staff, only to be told that no documentation exists, or that "it is part of
1ibrary records and we don't have the staff to
find and show you documentation."
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Sheryl
---Original Message-----
rrom: Heidi Burch <hburch@ci.carmel.ca.us>
To: nonnenberg <nonnenberg@aol.com>
Cc: Janet Bombard <jbombard@ci. carmel.ca.us>
Sent: Fri , May 20, 2011 10:45 am
Subject: Art project
Hi Sheryl ,
Thank you for your patience with our transition and for forwarding the documents.
Here are my questions thus far:
Did Rich have a chance to review your work and provide feedback? If so, would you mind forwarding the
correspondence?
Please forward the six letters drafted on behalf of the City to the auction houses, as well as their letters in response and
other attachments you have noted in your document. (You note in your report a DGW letter, a consignment agreement for
Clars and a letter from Michaans).
Please outline the terms and commission rates for each of the auction houses.
Please add a column on the spreadsheet for the 65 items on the proposed deaccession list noting whether or not
paperwork exists that would impact the City's ability to deaccession the piece. i.e. letter accompanying the donation, deed
of gift, purchase agreement, etc ...
You note in your report that the value of the pieces on your proposed list totals $320,000. Please add a column on the
preadsheet with the appraised value for each of the items.
The legal reference for the financial reporting requirement for governments is GASB (Governmental Accounting
Standards Board).
On page 2 of the deaccession policy, you note that "preference shall be given to disposing of deaccessioned objects in
public sales," but detail is given only to the non-preferred method of retaining an auction house. Would you elaborate on
the "public sales" process?
Also on that page, what is your estimate to have the list of 65 pieces appraised? Are all of the items on the list valued at
over $500?
Did you personally view the items on the list, or was it compiled from review of the City inventory?
Was the proposal for your additional services part of the $10,000 charge to the City?
The only agreement I was able to locate was one dated March 18, 2009, outlining four tasks. Is there a more current one
specific to the deaccession project?
Please forward to me as well the "maintenance record" and record of "whether the artwork has been moved to another
City location or is loaned out" that you have compiled.
Finally, I don't have a breakdown of your costs for the invoice for $10,000. When you have a chance, please forward that
to me as well.
,hank you for providing the above information in a timely manner and feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.
We'll sort this out as soon as possible!
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Janet Bombard
From: non nen berg @aol. com
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 10:59 AM
Janet Bombard
Subject: Re: documentation
Hi Janet,
Thanks for getting back to me. By not getting access, I meant that it has been confusing as to where documents actually
are. At one point, I was told that Heidi had
any records relating to the art collection. Then, I was told everything was in the library. At one point, Rose said that she
only had records pertaining to art given to the library.
So, you can see that it has been confusing. In truth, I am thinking that there probably aren't many records in existence. I
do have a report (not dated) that does list works given to the library and indicates donor (usually Ella Harrison) or NR (no
record).
Rose has been very helpful and I did not mean to imply that she has not. Perhaps what I should do is compile a list of
artworks that need to be checked for
documentation and see if Rose has knowledge of having records. Then, I could set a time to come in and review them.
I am at work in the library at the moment but will check on those dates when I get home. I will get back to you to set a
definite time to visit the library and review the materials.
Thanks again,
Sheryl
-----Original Message-----
From: Janet Bombard <jbombard@ci.carmel.ca.us>
To: nonnenberg <nonnenberg@aol.com>
Cc: Heidi Burch <hburch@ci.carmel.ca.us>; Rose Mclendon <rmclendon@ci.carmel.ca.us>
Sent: Tue, May 24, 2011 10:27 am
Subject: RE: documentation
Hello Sheryl,
I am sorry to hear that you feel you have not been able to get access to the art collection. Rose cc's me on the
correspondence between you, and the tone and content of that correspondence did not lead me to think there
was a problem. In the future, please let me know of any issues you might be experiencing.
With regard to your finding the materials yourself, the Library Board of Trustees' policy regarding Local History
collections is that "staff must be present and assisting the public through all phases of research and viewing of
the collection" (I have attached some pertinent parts of the policy for you).
Rose is available to you during the department's open hours and by appointment. That being said, however,
we are unfortunately losing her soon. She is moving to Seattle and her last day is June 9. After that, the
department (and access to it) will not be available until we hire a replacement for her. I do not anticipate the
department being open and staffed again until sometime in late summer I early fall .
She is available to help you on the following days and times before she leaves:
Thursday, June 2, 11 :00- 5:00.
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Friday, June 3, 9:00- 5:00 (note: she has a meeting in the department that day for an hour or so, if
you don't mind working around it)
Tuesday, June 7, 9:00-4:30
Wednesday, June 8, 9:00- 5:00
Please schedule the times and days with Rose, and cc me.
Thanks,
Janet
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
PO Box 800
Carmel , CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
From: nonnenberg@aol.com fmailto: nonnenberg@aol.coml
Sent: Saturday, May 21 , 2011 8:31 AM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Heidi Burch
Subject: documentation
Hello Janet,
Heidi Burch has indicated that information regarding the provenance of the objects on the proposed deaccession list (list
attached) should be included in my report to Council.
In order to do this, I will need to review all documentation relating to the art collection. I have inquired about this in the
past, but have not been able to get access.
While it is highly unlikely that any of the art objects is a restricted gift, by reviewing available materials (deed of gift,
donation letter, etc) it can be
determined that the city has clear title to all of the pieces.
I would be happy to find this material myself, if the library staff can show me where the information is stored. I have some
background in the library field, having worked at
Stanford Special Collections for two years and the Sacred Heart Prep library for four.
I am available to come to Carmel for this purpose any time after June 1. Please let me know what would work for you and
your staff.
Thank you,
Sheryl
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Janet Bombard
From: nonnenberg@aol.com
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 2:06 PM
Janet Bombard
Subject: art records
Hi Janet,
Here are the art works whose documentation I would like to review: (numbers refer to inventory numbers assigned during
appraisal)
#21 Whitaker, Royal
28 Moppin, Jane
30 & 31 Danzansky, Tina
40 Gregory, Robin
46 Parker, Holly Bryce
298 Galli, Fortunato
376 Millet, Jean
396 Van Leyden, Lucas
400 Wierix, Hieronymous
508 Key, John Ross
531 Cooper, Colin Campbell
532 Stahl , John
533 Dobson, Richard
534 Brigman, Anne
652 Japanese Prints (127 prints)
653 Japanese Prints (15 Kimono stencils)
684 Melchert, Ernest
833 Yoshimi , Rogetsu
897-899 Haegele, Rudolph
900 -902 Waisler, Lee
I will wait to see how many exist and are available for review and then make an appointment with Rose.
Thank you for your assistance,
Sheryl
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Janet Bombard
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Hi Sheryl,
Rose Mclendon
Wednesday, June 01 , 201 1 12:31 PM
nonnenberg@aol.com
Janet Bombard
RE: art records
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I just got e-mail capability back yesterday afternoon. The virus that wiped out
my computer' s hard drive was a doozy.
I am definitely available this Thursday June 2. There is a meet ing that morning, but it should be done by 11 a.m. or so.
You' re welcome to come over then. I take my lunch break from 12 -1 p.m., at which t ime I will close up t he
department, but will reopen at 1.
See you tomorrow.
Rose
From: nonnenberg@aol.com [ mailto:nonnenberg@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 2:05PM
To: Rose Mclendon
Cc: Heidi Burch
Subject: art records
Hi Rose,
If this Thursday (June 2) works for you, I would like to come and view any documentation you have available. I am
thinking that your last week will be very busy and it might be better to get this out of the way ...
Thanks for your assistance with this project,
Sheryl
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Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 4:02 PM
nonnenberg@aol.com
Cc: Rose Mclendon
Subject: RE: art records
The City had a really bad virus hit its network last Friday and Rose's computer was one of the ones that was lost. Her
email will hopefully be up tomorrow. In the meantime I'll make a copy of the list and pass it on to her.
Starting tomorrow, I will be out of the office for somewhere between two and four weeks. I will be checking email and
phone messages while I' m out, but Rose will be able to help you with any Library art questions.
From: nonnenberg@aol.com [ mailto:nonnenberg@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 2:06 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: art records
Hi Janet,
Here are the art works whose documentation I would like to review: (numbers refer to inventory numbers assigned during
appraisal)
#21 Whitaker, Royal
28 Moppin, Jane
30 & 31 Danzansky, Tina
40 Gregory, Robin
46 Parker, Holly Bryce
298 Galli, Fortunato
376 Millet, Jean
396 Van Leyden, Lucas
400 Wierix, Hieronymous
508 Key, John Ross
531 Cooper, Colin Campbell
532 Stahl , John
533 Dobson, Richard
534 Brigman, Anne
652 Japanese Prints ( 127 prints)
653 Japanese Prints (15 Kimono stencils)
684 Melchert, Ernest
833 Yoshimi , Rogetsu
897-899 Haegele, Rudolph
900 -902 Waisler, Lee
I will wait to see how many exist and are available for review and then make an appointment with Rose.
Thank you for your assistance,
Sheryl
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July 21,2012
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Post Office Box CC
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
Allyson Bradley, Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
PO Box 489
Alameda, CA 94501
Dear Allyson,
Thank you for speaking with me the other day; I appreciate all your help.
I have enclosed the list, with pictures, of the artwork slated for auction.
I am working on getting the contract reviewed and signed. I will be in touch with you as to next
steps after that.
I look forward to working with you.
Janet Bombard
Library Director, Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
Janet Bombard
From:
Sent:
To:
Subject:
Attachments:
Hi Leanne,
Janet Bombard
Monday, September 10, 2012 3:41 PM
'klglegal@hotmail .com'
Michaan's Auctions Documents
Master Consignment Agreement with Don Freeman edits.docx; DISPUTE RESOLUTION
TERMS AND CONDITIONS- Michaan's.doc
Michaan's attorney's contact information is below. I have attached the Master Consignment Agreement with Don's
edits. I have also attached a document that was sent to me last week that Don didn't see - Michaan's Dispute
Resolution Terms and Conditions.
Thank you!
Janet
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
From: Allyson Bradley [ mailto:allyson@michaans.com]
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2012 2:53 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: Re: Document!
Hi Janet,
I spoke with our attorney and I think it is best that they talk. His name is Bob Shuken and can be reached at
510.7973
Thank you,
Allys on
On Sep 6, 2012, at 10:03 AM, Janet Bombard wrote:
<Docl.docx>
Allyson Bradley
Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
2751 Todd Street
1
PO Box489
Alameda CA 94501
510.740.0220 ext. I 05
allyson@michaans.com
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Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:33PM
'Robert Shuken'
Cc:
Subject:
Attachments:
Dear Mr. Shuken,
'AIIyson Bradley'
RE: library deaccession MCA
Galli.pdf
1 checked with Don Freeman's office. It appears that the agreement does not reside on Dan' s computer (see below);
however, I believe that the only change that Don requires is that regarding the location for resolution of any issues. I
can make that change to the contract, if that is convenient for you.
When I spoke with you we discussed my checking on the provenance of the Fortunato Galli statue. Unfortunately, there
are no City records with regard to the statue. I have attached information from an insurance appraisal done by Amy
Essick Fine Art Appraisals and Consultations in 2000 for informational purposes only (page one of the attachment is
blank- the information is contained on pages 2 and 3). I understand that it does constitute authentication, etc. Please
let me know how to proceed with regard to authentication.
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 1:35PM
To: klglegal@hotmail.com
Cc: Janet Bombard; 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: library deaccession MCA
Attention: Don Freeman
Good afternoon Don.
I got a phone call this morning from Janet Bombard at the Carmel l ibrary, regarding the master consignment agreement
(MCA) about which we talked some weeks ago. She believed that there was a marked up agreement, but no one knew
where it was.
I checked what I had: nothing but notes of our conversation that the MCA would reflect only the provisions to resolve
disputes if any in Carmel, and that the other mark-ups were property driven and that in any event none of the proposed
consignment seemed of great enough value to worry about our concern regarding venue and jurisdiction or any of the
other assorted questions you initially had.
I thought we had left it that you would correct all the initial changes you made leaving only your change to venue and
jurisdiction of dispute resolution. And the dispute resolution attachment would be ignored as to process and procedures
in that addendum, except for:
We also agreed that there was one item, a statue, the value of which depended on authentication, and about which, if
of significant value, we would revisit the contract provisions as same might relate to that item.
My notes indicated you would reverse all the changes you made and craft simpler language re: informal resolution, and
retain your conditions as to location of where to resolve any issues.
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I shared with Ms Bombard, the above understanding and said I would check what I' ve got, which is just my notes, so I
think the agreement resides on your computer ... hopefully.
Let me know if the above is in any way inaccurate and if so it is absolutely unintentional, and correctable; also if there is
no copy of the MCA, we will arrange for one to be sent soonest and you can interl ineate the venue etc change and
modify the dispute language to meet our agreement, identify and exclude the statue f rom our modifications until
authenticated and I think we are good to go.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best,
Bob Shuken
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Object #65: Sculpture i \' l.; , ,, _
Materials and Techniques: White marble
Measurements: 67" H with base of62 Y:z" C
Inscriptions and Markings: Inscribed at base "F Galli 1880 firenze"
Distinguishing Features (Condition): Excellent, sculpture is dirty.
Title: Untitled
Subject: female nude (Venus?)
Date or Period: 1880
Maker: Fortunato. Galli
Description: Life size classical white marble sculpture of young female nude with hair
swept up to top knot and curls around forehead. Woman's right arm bent and hand
placed on right ear and head turns towards hand. Left arm is at side holding drape
bunched up behind hand and flowing down behind left leg and draped between legs; right
leg slightly bend.
Publication: Unknown
Essick Appraisals & Consulting 81
Object #65
Essick Appraisals & Consulting
83
Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 6:07 PM
Susan Paul
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
The City paid a consultant to recommend the list of items for deaccessioning. She also, as part ofthe work, contacted
six auction houses. Michaan' s offered the best terms.
From: Susan Paul
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:43 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
One other question, did you sol icit more than one bid?
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:33 PM
To: Susan Paul
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Don Freeman told me that Michaan's attorney felt the entire lot would bring about $25,000 at auction. Michaan' s will
take a commission of 10% of the hammer price, and an insurance fee of 1.5% of the hammer price. We have to have
one sculpture authenticated and there will be a charge that they will deduct for that -I don' t know how much it will
cost. There is an additional10% fee for cartage and storage if it is necessary -I still have to determine the cost of them
transporting the art vs. our doing it ourselves.
A long answer, but I think after all the fees we could realize as much as $19,000 from the sale.
From: Susan Paul
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:01 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Janet - is there an estimated value to this contract?
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 11:04 AM
To: Susan Paul
Cc: Jason Stilwell
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Here you go. If it needs to go to Counci l would it be possible to get it on the April agenda?
Janet
From: Susan Paul
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 8:50AM
To: Janet Bombard
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Cc: Jason Stilwell
Subject: FW: library deaccession MCA
Janet- Can you please send me the document to me for review, so I can figure out if it needs to go to Council.
Thanks
Sue
From: Jason Stilwell
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 6:48AM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Susan Paul
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Yes. Susan, what do you think?
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 6:17 PM
To: Jason Stilwell
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
I can't find anything in the code that is specific to sending something to auction; i.e. something we are selling. This is
the closest I find:
312.100 Entering Contracts.
Contracts, other than purchase orders, shall be entered into only by authorization of the City Council, except standard or
ongoing contracts for the servicing or maintenance of equipment or facil ities, which service contracts may be signed by
the head of the department having nominal custody of such equipment or facilities, or any other contract under $25,000
signed/approved by the City Administrator. (Ord. 2003-02 1, 2003; Ord. 2002-01 1, 2002; Ord. 94-8 1, 1994; Ord.
137 C.S. 2, 1966; Code 1975 120. 1. Formerly 3.12.080).
So do you think it has to go to Council after all?
From: Jason Stilwell
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 5:25PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
I believe it needs to be me according to the Code but whatever the Code says
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 4:55PM
To: Jason Stilwell
Subject: FW: library deaccession MCA
Jason,
Can I sign the contract or should you? Don has reviewed it already.
Janet
From: Allyson Bradley [ mailto:allyson@michaans.com]
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 2:39 PM
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To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Robert Shuken
Subject: Re: library deaccession MCA
Great News!!!!
I know it has been an long hard process but we are now on the move.
Janet, please send the contract back signed and let me know when you would like to deliver the painting and
sculpture.
Once we have received everything I will send you a complete inventory listing with estimates and auction dates.
I look forward to working with you.
Best,
Allyson
On Mar 8, 2013, at 11:53 AM, Janet Bombard wrote:
Good morning,
I'm just checking in to see if you are ready to move forward yet.
Thank you,
Janet Bombard
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 3:34 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Deaar Ms Bombard:
Thanks for the follow up to my last email. I see that Allyson has been cc'ed on your mail. The Bradleys are out of office I
think until Jan.7. I will be in and out oftown. And you I hope will have a delightful Christmas and healthy happy New
Year.
I will check in with Allyson (or she with me some short time after Jan. 7 and then she or will be back to you.
Enjoy and remember the "cliff' is most likely a down sloped path and not a cliff .... l hope.
Best, Bob Shuken
From: Janet Bombard [ mailto:jbombard@ci.carmel.ca.us]
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:33PM
To: 'Robert Shuken'
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Dear Mr. Shuken,
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1 checked with Don Freeman' s office. It appears that the agreement does not reside on Don' s computer (see below);
however, I believe that the only change that Don requires is that regarding the location for resolution of any issues. I
can make that change to the contract, if that is convenient for you.
When I spoke with you we discussed my checking on the provenance of the Fortunato Galli statue. Unfortunately, there
are no City records with regard to the statue. I have attached information from an insurance appraisal done by Amy
Essick Fine Art Appraisals and Consultations in 2000 for informational purposes only (page one of the attachment is
blank - the information is contained on pages 2 and 3) . I understand that it does constitute authentication, etc. Please
let me know how to proceed with regard to authentication.
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 1:35PM
To: klglegal@hotmail.com
Cc: Janet Bombard; 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: library deaccession MCA
Attention: Don Freeman
Good afternoon Don.
I got a phone call this morning from Janet Bombard at the Carmel library, regarding the master consignment agreement
(MCA) about which we talked some weeks ago. She believed that there was a marked up agreement, but no one knew
where it was.
I checked what I had: nothing but notes of our conversation that the MCA would reflect only the provisions to resolve
disputes if any in Carmel, and that the other mark-ups were property driven and that in any event none of the proposed
consignment seemed of great enough value to worry about our concern regarding venue and jurisdiction or any of the
other assorted questions you initial ly had.
I thought we had left it that you would correct all the initial changes you made leaving only your change to venue and
jurisdiction of dispute resolution. And the dispute resolution attachment would be ignored as to process and procedures
in that addendum, except for:
We also agreed that there was one item, a statue, the value of which depended on authentication, and about which, if
of significant value, we would revisit the contract provisions as same might relate to that item.
My notes indicated you would reverse all the changes you made and craft simpler language re: informal resolution, and
retain your conditions as to location of where to resolve any issues.
I shared with Ms Bombard, the above understanding and said I would check what I' ve got, which is just my notes, so I
think the agreement resides on your computer ... hopefully.
Let me know if the above is in any way inaccurate and if so it is absolutely unintentional, and correctable; also if there is
no copy of the MCA, we will arrange for one to be sent soonest and you can interlineate the venue etc change and
modify the dispute language to meet our agreement, identify and exclude the statue from our modifications until
authenticated and I think we are good to go.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best,
Bob Shu ken
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Allyson Bradley
Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
2751 Todd Street
PO Box 489
Alameda CA 94501
510.740.0220 ext.105
allyson@michaans.com
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Master Consignment Agreement
Name Contract#
Business Name
Address
City State Zip
Telephone (day) (fax)
Email
This document, together with all attachments to it initially or added hereafter, including, specifically Property Schedule
A, contains the entire agreement between Michaan's Auctions (Michaans, us, we) and you ("Consignor"), and
describes our mutual rights and obligations. Any changes to this agreement must be in writing and signed by the
parties. Upon signing, this agreement will be binding.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.
1. Commission:
a. For our services Michaans will retain a commission on the final hammer price at auction, calculated as follows:
Ten percent (10%) of all individual auction lots selling
b. In addition to the above, a Buyer's Premium based on the hammer price for each individual lot sold, as stated in
our "Conditions of Sale, " will be collected from the purchaser and retained by us. The "Conditions of Sale", constitutes
our agreement with the buyer at auction and is provided for your information only. Consignor shall not receive any
portion of the Buyer's Premium.
2. Insurance: Property consigned for sale will be covered by our insurance against "all risks" (subject to the usual
form of exclusions including but not limited to earthquake and flood) while in our possession or under our control.
Consignor will be charged an insurance fee of one and one half percent (1.5%) of the hammer price on property sold
by us.
3. Limitation of Liability: (a) In the event that the consignor's property is damaged, lost or stolen, the consignor's
sole remedy shall be: (i) if already sold, payment of the hammer price realized for the property, less any fees and
commissions due us or (ii) if not sold, when possible and with consignor's consent we in our sole discretion elect to
repair the damaged property to the condition it was in prior to being damaged and offer it for sale, or pay the
consignor an amount equal to the established reserve for the property (or low estimate when there is no reserve).
(b) We will not be liable for any loss whatsoever: (i) for events beyond our control, such as, but not limited to, acts of
war or terrorism, strikes, chemical or nuclear contamination or atmospheric causes; (ii) existing (whether known or
unknown) conditions or defects in the property and (iii) normal wear and tear.
(c) We will not in any instance, be liable for any consequential damages, lost profits, or loss of business or business
opportunity.
4. Other Expenses:
a. Photographic fees. Consignor agrees we have the right to photograph and video consigned property and to retain
all the ownership rights, including all intellectual property and copyrights in or to said images, whether on film, plates,
transparencies, digital images or otherwise. Consignor agrees that we may use such images in catalogues,
advertising or other publications whether in print or electronic form. Consignor shall not be charged video or
photographic fees. However, in the event that any third party shall successfully assert intellectual property rights
and seek compensation for the use of protected images, such fees shall be paid by the Consignor.
b. Shipping, Packing and Related Insurance: Consignor is solely responsible for the packing, shipping and the related
insurance connected with delivery of consigned property to Michaan's and if there is unsold property, for its return to
Consignor. We may recommend a packaging or transport company upon request, but we explicitly and expressly
assume and shall have no liability resulting from such advice.
c. Miscellaneous: Michaan's may, from time to time, recommend restoration, repair, reconditioning or other similar
service; may require the opinion of specialists, as for example for authentication of objects of art, or recommend
extraordinary advertisement of a consignment. In each case, Consignor will be advised of the scope of work and
anticipated expense and shall be obligated for the expense incurred only upon Consignor's written approval of the
action to be taken.
d. A ten percent (10%) service fee shall be charged on and repaid to us along with funds advanced by us for the
benefit of the Consignor, including, but not limited to funds advanced for cartage, outside storage, restoration and
such other repairs to property as
may be necessary.
5. Method of Sale:
a. Time, place and lots: Michaan's and Consignor shall mutually agree to the date and location for sale of property
and the venue in which the property is sold. We reserve the right to determine the manner in which any sale is
conducted and the manner in which
items are grouped in selling lots.
b. Reserves: (i) Unless we have agreed otherwise each lot with a low auction estimate of less than $500 will be sold
without reserve. Reserves shall be established at fifty percent (50%) of the low auction estimate unless another
reserve is mutually determined by the Consignor and us based on agreed auction estimates. (ii) Should a lot fail to
reach its reserve price at auction, absent consent from the Consignor to accept a lower reserve, we may, in our sole
discretion sell the property at auction or for 30 days thereafter, below reserve, provided however, settlement with
Consignor shall be as if the property sold at the reserve. If property remains unsold, it may be reoffered in a later sale
at a lower auction estimate and reserve agreed to by Consignor and us or it will be returned to
Consignor. There will be no reserve fee charged for unsold property.
c. Bidding: Consignor and Consignor' s agent(s) or representative(s) , if any, shall not bid on their consigned property.
A violation of this section shall, at our sole election, result in any of the following: (i) the sale shall be voided if the
Consignor is the successful bidder, the property withdrawn and a penalty equal to the combined buyer's premium and
sellers commission, as calculated on the successful bid made, collected from the Consignor, before said property is
returned; (ii) at the election of a successful underbidder to Consignor's bid, the property will be sold at the last good
faith bid prior to any bid by Consignor; or (iii) the sale voided and the property subsequently sold by us without
reserve to recover the commission, buyer' s premium and costs, if any, due us from the voided sale as well as from
the subsequent sale required by this section.
d. Completion of Sale: No sale will be considered complete until the buyer has made final and full payment with good
funds and to our satisfaction. In the event of nonpayment by the buyer, we may cancel the sale and with consent of
the Consignor, re-offer the item, or return it to the Consignor. There will be no reserve fee charged for returned
property under this paragraph.
e. Settlement of Account: Payment of all net proceeds (after deduction of all commissions, taxes, other charges, if
any, and payment of any fees required by law) will be made to the Consignor, not later than thirty (30) working days
following the actual sale of any property, provided there is no legitimate claim made against said funds and further
provided Michaans has not received notice of an intent to rescind from a purchaser.
6. Unsold/Unsaleable Property: Lots not being kept for sale must be picked up by Consignor within 10 working days
after notice in writing to do so. Property left more than 10 working days after notice is sent shall , in Michaan' s sole
discretion either be stored onsite at a fee of five percent (5%) of the low estimate on file, per month, or removed to
public storage. In either event, Consignor is solely responsible for insuring said property and the cost therefore, as
well as for paying all costs, including attorneys' fees connected with storage and any eventual sale of the property. All
costs and fees connected with the insuring, storage and the lawful sale of abandoned property shall be reimbursed to
Michaans. If property has not sold at auction after unsuccessful attempts to sell it without reserve, and Consignor has
not sought the return of the property, following fourteen (14) days notice, mailed by first class
mail to Consignor's address of record with us, we reserve the right to donate the property to charity or otherwise
dispose of the property, including by sale without reserve. We shall have no liability to Consignor in either event.
7. Descriptions and Estimates of Auction Value: All descriptions or other statements as to the property or the
value of the property at auction, or any appraisal of property by us or any of our representatives are statements of
opinion only and we shall have no liability to the consignor for any errors or omissions made in appraising or
estimating value of the Consignor's property. We retain full discretion for the description of consigned property. Often
estimates of the auction value of property are described by a range as between a high and low estimate. Actual sales
price may be above or below the estimates and we shall have no liability whatsoever to the Consignor in that event.
Nothing herein shall affect the representations and warranties made by Consignor in Paragraph 8, below, upon which
Michaans and purchasers at auction rely.
8. Consignors Representations and Warranties; Indemnification: Consignor warrants and represents:
a. that as owner, or agent of the owner of the property, he/she has the authority and right to consign the property for
sale and to take all action as may be required by this Agreement;
b. that the consigned property now and until sold, is and will remain free of all encumbrances, liens or third party
claims, except as may be noted in writing on an attachment hereto;
c. that Consignor holds good title to the property and same shall pass to the purchaser on sale; and
d. that all representations about the property, both written and oral , affecting the value or pertaining to the condition,
alterations, repairs, age, history, and provenance (including authorship, origins or period) are true and correct.
Notwithstanding our rights as set forth in Paragraph 7, above, Consignor agrees that we and purchasers rely upon
the foregoing warranties. Consignor agrees to defend, indemnify and hold Michaans, its employees, representatives,
and agents, as well as the purchaser harmless, from and against all actions, claims, losses, liabilities and any
damages and incurred expenses, including fees for the attorney of our choice, that arise or result from a breach of
this agreement or the warranties contained herein, including, but not limited to third party clai ms of interest in or
ownership of property; a third party's prior right to possession or challenges to our right to offer for sale or selling
consigned property. Consignor' s warranties and this indemnity shall apply to all property consigned hereunder and
shall survive the conclusion of the matters called for in this agreement.
9. Withdrawal of property: Consignor shall not withdraw property consigned for sale any time after this agreement is
signed by the parties hereto, without our consent. We, however, reserve the right to withdraw any property at any
time before a sale for any of thefollowing reasons:
a. when, in our judgment. there is a questi on as to the abil ity to pass clear, unencumbered title on sale of the
property;
b. when. in our judgment, there is a question whether Consignor has the right and authority to consign the property;
c. if the Consignor' s representations about the property are, in any material respect, determined by us to be
inaccurate. In the event of withdrawal by Consignor without consent or by us for the reasons above stated, Consignor
shall be charged a withdrawal fee of Twenty-seven percent (27%) of the established low estimate of the withdrawn
property. In the event of Consignor's demand for withdrawal, under this section the property shall be retained by us
until the withdrawal fee (and any other sums due us) are paid in full. Notwithstanding the forgoing, we have no
obligation to withdraw the property unless the withdrawal fee is paid. Any property left with us for more than 30 days
following notice of fees due under this part, will be disposed of by subsequent sale, without reserve or further notice
and we shall retain such sums due us plus the costs of sale, from the proceeds of sale. Remaining funds will be sent
to the Consignor's address of record.
10. Rescission:
We are required to accept the return. and cancel the sale, of any property, when in the exercise of our judgment, we
are satisfied that there has been a breach of the warranty of title, or that clear title cannot be or has not passed, or
there has been a breach of Consignor' s warranties or representations affecting the description of the property,
including the condition, alterations. repairs, age, history, and provenance (including authorship, origins or period), or
where the property is counterfeit (meaning a forgery intending to deceive). Consignor authorizes us to rescind any
such sale for any of the foregoing reasons and in accord with the Conditions of Sale, and credit back or refund paid
funds to the rescinding buyer. If funds have already been remitted to Consignor, then upon receipt of notice of
rescission, Consignor shall immediately remit to us the entire purchase price (i .e. the full hammer price and buyers
premium). If rescission is the result of an inaccurate description prepared by us without reliance on representations
made byConsignor, then the amount remitted by Consignor shall only be the net proceeds of the sale of the subject
property. Except when issues of ownership prohibit it. property returned pursuant to this section shall be returned to
Consignor upon payment of all sums due hereunder. The foregoing is not a limitation to buyer' s rights to seek
rescission either under state law or the Conditions of Sale.
IF CONSIGNOR DOES NOT PROMPTLY COMPLY WITH THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS, HE/SHE
AUTHORIZES US TO ASSIGN ALL RIGHTS WE MAY HAVE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT TO THE BUYER, AND
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER SHALL HAVE ALL THE RIGHTS TO TAKE ACTION PURSUANT TO THIS
AGREEMENT, DIRECTLY AGAINST THE CONSIGNOR. THE CONSIGNOR FURTHER AUTHORIZES THE
RELEASE TO A RESCINDING BUYER ALL INFORMATION TO TAKE ACTION, OR DISCLOSE SUCH
INFORMATION AS MAY BE COMPELLED BY LEGAL PROCESS. ANY LIABILITY
MICHAAN'S MAY HAVE WITH RESPECT TO THE SUBJECT PROPERTY WILL TERMINATE UPON THE
ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS TO THE BUYER. CONSIGNOR EXRESSL Y RELEASES MICHAAN'S, ITS AGENTS,
REPRESENTATIVES AND EMPLOYEES, AND AGREES TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD THEM
HARMLESS FROM ANY LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF THE CLAIMS OR CONDITIONS GIVING RISE TO THE
RESCISSION OF THE SALE OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, THAT CORRESPONDS TO THE WARRANTIES
MADE IN PARAGRAPH 8 except as representation made by Michaan' s Auctions.
c. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive the transactions governed by this agreement.
11. Security Interest: The Consigner hereby grants us a security interest in the Property consigned, and all the
proceeds from the sale thereof to secure the payment of any sums for which the consignor may become obligated
under this agreement or any other obligation or agreement or debt due us, and the consignor agrees to execute any
documents we may request of the consignor to perfect the security interest. We shall have all the rights of a secured
party under law. Any foreclosure sale or other action to pursue our rights shall be governed by the California Uniform
Commercial Code (UCC) and shall be without regard to reserves as may have otherwise been established herein.
12. Miscellaneous:
a. This Agreement and any and all signed schedules, attachments hereto, and other signed documents together with
any representations by the consignor concerning the consigned property, constitutes the entire agreement between
the consignor and us with respect to the Property and supersedes all prior negotiations or agreements regarding the
consigned Property. Special Instructions, if any, are attached to this Agreement.
b. Except as otherwise specified herein, no modifications or amendment of this Agreement shall be binding unless
contained in writing signed by the party to be bound thereby and no waiver, promise or representation by us or any of
our agents or representatives shall bind us unless contained in a writing signed by us.
c. Any notice given hereunder must be in writing and shall be deemed effective upon deposit in the U.S. mail, prepaid
first class postage, if addressed to either of the parties at their respective addresses indicated above. Receipted
email is an acceptable alternative.
d. If any part of this Agreement is deemed invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect
the remaining provisions of this Agreement, which shall remain in full force and effect.
e. Except as provided by law, nothing contained herein shall be construed as any agency, partnership, or other joint
enterprise between the parties.
f. Michaans reserves the right to reject all or part of any consignment, upon delivery to us, if it has been materially
altered or depleted since any prior viewing of the consignment by a representati ve of ours.
13. Dispute Resolution: Resolution of any dispute shall be by mediation or arbitration in accordance with the
provisions set forth in the "Dispute Resolution" terms attached to and incorporated herein.
14. Applicable Law; Effect on Successors in Interest: This agreement shall be governed by, construed and
enforced in accordance with the laws of the state of California. Any disputes shall be resolved in the State of
California, County of Monterey, unless another venue is agreed upon by both parties. This agreement and resolution
of any dispute shall be binding upon Consignor's heirs, executors, beneficiaries, successors and assigns and shall
inure to the benefit of Michaan's and its successors and assigns.
15. Legal Status: If you are executing this Agreement as an agent for another person or legal entity, place your
initials here: . By doing so, you acknowledge and agree that both you and the person(s) or entities you
represent shall jointly and severally assume all obligations and liabilities
set out in this Agreement. You also agree to furnish us with any additional documents, including the name(s) of those
for whom you are acting, as we may require.
By: ______________________________________ DATE ________________ _
CONSIGNOR OR AUTHORIZED AGENT
By: DATE ________________ _
For Michaan' s Auctions
Michaan's Auctions PO Box 489 2751 Todd Street Alameda, CA 94501 (510)740-0220 Fax: (510)749-7517
Bonded pursuant to California Civil Code sec. 1812.600 et seq. Bond# 70044066
Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 6:36 PM
Susan Paul
Subject: consultant's bid process
Attachments: nonnenberg 1 0'2011_201112151 04211 .pdf
Hi SueJ
See beginning page 9 for a summary of the consultant's (Sheryl Nonnenberg) findings with
regard to the auction houses she contacted. I don't believe we have the original letters
that she drafted on behalf of the CityJ nor the actual responses. I know that Heidi at one
point asked her to provide themJ but don't know if she did or not. If she didJ they are gone
- perhaps when former City Administrator Rich Guillen cleaned out his office .
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box see
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Stilwell
Sent: ThursdayJ December 15J 2e11 1e :4e AM
To : Jason Stilwell; Janet Bombard
Subject: Nonnenberg 1e'2e11
October 4 2e11 letter to Stilwell
Attachments
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October 4, 2011
Mr. Jason Stilwell
City Administrator
City of Cannel by the Sea
P.O. BoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Dear Mr. Stilwell,
Congratulations on your new position and welcome to Carmel . I wanted to introduce myself to
you and to suggest that we set a time to meet in order to discuss several issues related to the City
of Cannel art collection. I have been working as a consultant to the city for several years. In
order to bring you up to date on the status of the art collection, its history and current projects, I
have enclosed the following documents.
~ ~ h e Accidental Collection of Carmel: This is an article I wrote for Fine Arts Connoisseur
Magazine about the Carmel collection. It provides an historical perspective on how the city has
come to acquire a 1,000 piece art collection.
--Scope of Collection: This was part of a project I completed last year and presented to the
Council in June. Its purpose is to delineate exactly what should be included in a regional art
collection, with an eye towards deaccessioning art that does not fit within these established
parameters.
--Art Collection Deaccession Project: After City Council approved the scope of collection, I was
hired to assess the collection and make recommendations regarding possible items to deaccess
and a means of doing so. I have received payment for this project, but it has yet to go before
City Council.
--Proposal for Art Management Consultant: There has been funding earmarked for an art
collection manager in this year' s budget. I have submitted a proposal for this consulting project,
based on my interest in and long history of working with the art collection.
I plan to be in Carmel on Friday, October 14 and wondered if it would be possible to meet with
you at that time. I have enclosed my card with contact information. Thank you and I look
forward to meeting you and continuing my work on the Carmel art collection.
Sincerely,
WMn the stagecoach topped the hiU from
Monterey and we /ooktd down through
the pines and sea fog on Carmel Bay. it
was evident that we had come without
len owing it to our inevitable place.
-Robinson Jeffers, 1914
he California village of Carmel
by the Sea is known around
the world for its white sand beaches,
windbcaten pines, mild climate, and
charming cottages inspired by those in
the Cotswold hills of England. Tourists
flock to this small city on the Monterey
Peninsula year-round to shop, play golf.
explore art galleries, dine at fine restau-
rants. and enjoy scenic coastal walks.
Carmel has never been shy about pro-
moting its unique beauty and cultural
activities to potential tourists. More-
over, most promotional materials cite
Carmel's origins as an "artist colony.
What few people know, however, is
that the city of Carmel possesses a large
and impressive art collection, one that
has accumulated over 90 years totally
without plan. In an era when other mu-
nicipal governments have created "per-
cent-for-art" programs and other mech-
anisms for beautifying their communi-
tics. Carmel has never spent a penny on
the purchase of art. To understand how
this could occur, it is helpful to review
the history of the Carmel-Monterey
area, an "inevitable place" for artists to
live and find inspiration.
WAVES OF SETfLEMENT
!3y SHERYL NONNENUf.RG
It is generally assumed that artists flocked to the peninsula fol-
lowing the devastating San Francisco earthquake of 1906. Hut in his
well-researched book, Artists at Continent's End, curator Scott A. Shields
provides ample proof that artists began visiting as early as the mid-
1870s. Jules Tnvernier is usually cited as one of the first to seek respite
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MARY DENfALE MORGNl (1868-1948)
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from the bustle of rapidly grow-
ing San Francisco. The rugged
beauty of the coast, fleeting
changes of sunlight, and moody
transience of the fog soon at-
tracted other artists such as Eliz-
abeth Strong, Julian Rix, Meyer
Strauss, and Raymond Yellan. By
1878, painters working under col-
orful umbrellas dotted the area's
beaches. Soon the Southern Pa-
cific Railroad opened a line that
could bring travelers from San
Francisco to Monterey in just a
few hours. Some artists, such as
William Keith and George Innes,
bought land and built cottages.
For most, however, a day trip
south provided enough inspira-
tion and a folio of sketches that
could be worked up later in a San
Francisco studio.
Jn 1903, J. Franklin Devendorf and Frank Powers formed the Carmel
Development Company and began promoting their town as a place where
"School teachers of California and other Brain Workers" could find peace,
contentment, and a healthful climate. Soon, professors from Stanford
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University and the University of California (Berkeley) began to buy lots,
usually for less than $100. Artists and writers followed before long and
became known as the "Bohemians." The artists included Charles Rollo
Pc1ers, Harry SIUart Fonda, Xavier :vtartincz. FrJn es McComas, Mary
IJeNeak Morgan, and Arthuf and l ud<t Among
the wrilers were Gt:orj;C Stcrlmg, M.try Austin, !i1ck lA>ndun,
and Robinson Jeffers.
Unlike such predecessors as Thomas Hill and Albert
Bierstadt, who had come to California for the mountain-
ous grandeur of Californian sites like Yosemite, the artists
who came to Carmel were interested primarily in the coastal
landscape. Working in various styles, but especially im-
pressionism and tonal ism, they captured the ever-chang-
ing panorama of sea, sand, and pines. The Bohemians en-
joyed an active social life, captured by the photographs of
Arnold Genthe, which record clam bakes on the beach and
amateur theatricals in the woods.
The I 906 earthquake destroyed the San Francisco stu-
dios and homes of many artists, including William Keith and
Carleton Watkins. Those who owned second homes in
Carmel moved there permanently, while others relocated to
Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. With the destruction of many
San Francisco galleries, Monterey's luxurious Hotel Del
Monte became an important place to exhibit art in north-
ern California. Artists continued to visit the peninsula to
work and sell, but by 191 5 the original Bohemians had moved
on. Some felt Carmel was now too crowded, while others
found the carefree, undisciplined lifestyle unconducive to
producing enough artworks to make a living. Although
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Carmel would always be attractive to artists, there would never again be
an established colony like the Bohemians.
A NEW FOCAL POINT FOR COLLECTING
Carmel continued to grow, though always with an eye toward pre-
serving its charm. In 1928, a public library was completed downtown
through a generous bequest from Ella Reid Harrison, the wife of Cal-
ifornia Supreme Court Justice Ralph Chandler !Iarrison. Designed by
archi t ect Bernard Maybcck with open-beamed ceilings, large arched
windows, and an outdoor balcony, the Har rison Library epitomizes
the: harmonious Spanish Colonial s tyle for which he is admired. llut
Mrs. Harrison did not bequeath only construction funds; she also
left to the library he r extensive and edectic collection of artworks and
rare books. The gift included paintings by local artists, etchings by
Rembrandt and Millet, and even a letter signed by Charles Dickens.
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It was promptly housed in the library's storerooms and became the
basis for the Carmel by the Sea Art Collection.
As the second and third waves of artists arrived in Carmel, they
sought not to re- create the Bohemian experience but to establ ish an
orgnniration that could aJdrcss the needs of workiog art ists. Founded
in 1927, the Car md Art is the St!<.:Ond old est nonprofit
artist coopcr<llivc in the U.S. From its humble beginnings in a vari-
et)' nfvcnues. this group oCtered lectures and demonstrations, and
pr ovided its members with a place to exhibit and sell their work.
Today artists must already have exhibition experience and live within
35 mil es of Carmel in order to he considered for membership. Some
o( the most illust rious early
members incl uded Francis Mc-
Comas, Armin Hansen, Percy
Gray. and E. Charl ton Fortune.
Not surprisingly, many members
have donated their art to the city's
col lection over t he years .
The other primary source of
gifts to this coll ection has
nonartist residents. From a dis-
tance, it may seem odd for such
citizens to give artworks t o ali-
brary, and also that the commu-
nity never developed its OWlllllll-
nicipal art museum. Having said
this, one must keep in mi nd the
unique demographics of the area.
Although it certainly has full-time
residents, Carmel has always had
proport ionally more "second
homes." (Today as maJly as 50 per-
cent of its houses are
fall in this As people
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have moved away, or died without heirs, their art collections have grad-
ually been donated to the Harrison Library.
And so, without any conscious effort. this sleepy town has become
the steward of a large art collection. Like most U.S. art museums, the
Harrison Library has room to display only a small portion of its trea-
sures, the vast majority of which are in storage. Usually on view are some
of collection's oldest works: paintings by Mary Morgan,
William Silva, and Sidney Yard, and also nn unusual work painted on
cigar box lids by Jules Tavernier, Cypress Point unJ Monterey. The 'ol-
lection includes important works by Charles Rollo Peters, Arnold Gen-
the, Josephine Culbertson, Ferdinand Burgdorf, and Edward Weston.
The contemporary artists represented include Dick Crispo, Loran Speck,
Pam Carroll, and Morley Baer. One of the most notable works, Armin
Hansen's Animals and Figures (The Story of Life), has been moved out of
the library for conservation reasons and can now be found in the City
Council Chambers. Artworks have also been installed in various offices
at City Hall, in the Park Branch of the library, and in the recently re-
modeled Sunset Center, a performing arts venue.
THE ROAD AHEAD
Today, Carmel by the Sea finds itself with an intriguing conun-
drum. Given its very small staff. limited storage. and uncertain tax rev-
enues, the city is trying to determine how best to care for its collec-
tion. In 2007, a professional appraisal (the first in many years) revealed
that a number of works had increased in value substantially. Because
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there has never been a designated registrar to administer the collec-
tion, its documentation is haphazard. Various advisory groups (com-
posed mostly of local artists) called public attention to the situ-
ation, but no progress has been made. Mon:over, the ran-
dom nature of gifts and bequests over the years means that many ob-
jects in the collection (e.g . Japanese woodblock prints, clocks, tapes-
tries) lie well outside its regional scope and thus may eventually be
deaccessioned. Recently, a consultant was hired to make recommen-
dations regarding future management of the collection.
Perhaps none of this is surprising for a town where Clint Eastwood
was once mayor, high heels are banned, and a major city-sponsored event
is the annual Sand Castle Contest. Social trends come and go, but art
will always be a mainstay of this remarkable community. As Arnold Gen-
the once observed, "The unique beauty and charm of Carmel will never
cease to be an inspiration to painters and writers."
SHERYL NONNP.NilERl; is an nrt reseacher/writer who lives i11 the Snn Frmr
cisco 811)' Area.
All photos: Collwion of the City of C11rmel by rhe Sea, takeu by Michatl Troutman
(DMT Imaging)
Scope of Collection
The City of Carmel Art Collection consists of art work executed in a variety of media:
Oil Painting
Watercolor
Pastel
Prints
Sculpture
Photographs
While some of the art has little or no value, there are many pieces that have substantial worth,
according to the most recent (2007) appraisal. This is particularly true of the works by early California
artists such as Armin Hansen, Mary de Neal Morgan and Edward Weston. Most of the Collection reflects
the long and rich artistic history of Carmel by the Sea.
The approximately 1,000 works of art are housed in a variety of storage venues (Main Library, Branch
Library, Sunset Center). A small percentage of the works are on view in public venues such as Harrison
Library, Sunset Center and City Hall.
The scope of the collection, as it pertains to this Deaccession Policy, refers only to the works of art
recently inventoried and appraised by Ellen Ostercamp. Books, bookplates, letters and historical
artifacts fall outside the scope of the Art Collection and should be under the purview of the Library
and/or Historical Association.
Although documentation of the art work has not been consistent, ownership by the City is assured. The
most recent appraisal resulted in each piece of art being numbered and photographed. Documentation
from this appraisal is currently overseen by the City Manager' s office.
COLLECTION PARAMETERS
1. Work by artists who have lived, worked, taught in Carmel. Also those who studied or belonged
to regional art associations, such as the Carmel Art Association.
This is probably the largest parameter, and includes such famous artists as Edward Weston, Armin
Hansen, Mary DeNeale Morgan and Jules Tavernier. Works by these early California artists are now
quite collectable and fetch high prices at auction.
There are also contemporary Carmel artists represented, such as Dick Crispo and Bill Bates, current
members of the Carmel Art Association.
2. Art of or about Carmel localities. This category Includes artists who may not have lived in the
area, but used it as subject matter in their work.
Examples In this category would include George Demont Otis and Stanley Wood.
3. Art pertaining to Carmel history (people and places). Again, artists who may or may not have
lived in the area.
Examples in this category include portraits/busts of such notable Carmel figures as:
George Sterling, Robinson Jeffers, J.F. Devendorf and art work such as the Forest Theater Posters.
4. Art that can be safely, effectively and appropriately cared for by the City staff. Concerns here
include: stability, size, storage ramifications and possibility for public display.
Examples of art that do NOT fit in this category include the recent gift of abstract paintings by Rudolf
Haegele. They are large, contemporary works that do not fit into the categories listed above, and,
because of their scale, are difficult to store. As such, they would be prime candidates for deaccessioning.
5. Contemporary art by established artists, with subject matter, such as seascapes, that can be
related to the history/geography of Carmel.
This category is included so that the City can have some flexibility in collecting works that would be
assets, both in terms of monetary value and in rounding out a possible museum collection (should a
museum be established in the future).
A good example in this category would be the work of Roy Lichtenstein. He was a well-known artist, his
art is valuable and, although he had no connection with Carmel, the subject of his work "Night Seascape
Banner" is applicable to a collection that includes many works that focus on the sea.
ART COLLECTION DEACCESSION PROJECT
February 21,2011
To: Rich Guillen, City Administrator
From: Sheryl Nonnenberg
Re: City of Carmel Art Collection Deaccessioning
Background
On June 8, 2010, the Carmel City Council approved a resolution to establish a management
policy for the City's art collection. The major intent of the management policy was to defme the
scope of the collection as a regional collection that reflected the long artistic heritage of Carmel
by the Sea. As such, parameters were established in order that the collection would include art
by artists who have lived, worked or belonged to art organizations in Carmel. In addition, art
depicting the geography of the Carmel area would be included. Finally, art pertaining to Carmel
history (people, architecture, events) would also retained. By using these guidelines to define the
collection, it is possible to review the art colJection objectively so that only objects that fall
within the stated parameters are retained, and those that do not can be deaccessioned (formal
removal). This will decrease the amount of staff time, and physical space, required to manage
the art collection. In addition, any revenue generated by the sale of deaccessioned art works can
be used for the care and maintenance of the art collection, which is a substantial city asset.
The resolution also approved the hiring of an art consultant to begin the deaccession process.
Since that time, I have carefully reviewed every object in the collection, utilizing the
inventory/appraisal list compiled by Ellen Osterkamp in 2007. Only objects falling within the
category of fine art (painting, prints, watercolors, drawings, etc) were considered, with objects
belonging in the realm oflibrary holdings (bookplates, rare books, letters, etc.) excluded. Each
object was considered using the approved collection parameters, with supplemental research
found by using the research compiled by Amy Essick, internet resources, art history books,
Harrison library documentation and membership lists from local arts organizations, such as the
Carmel Art Association. Objects that did not fit the criteria were placed on a Potential
Deaccession List (attached).
Deaccession List
As can be seen from the list, the objects range in media from paintings, to photographs, prints
and sculpture. In each case, no Cannel connection could be ascertained for the object, making it
eligible for deaccessioning. For many of the pieces, there is no documentation as to provenance.
Many of the European prints were part of a bequest to the City by Ella Reid Harrison. Research
into her will (copy in the library) indicates that this was not a restricted gift and therefore can be
legally deaccessioned. Some of the more contemporary pieces, such as the Haegele sculptures
and the Waisler paintings, fall outside the scope of the collection and are also large scale and
therefore difficult to store. The total insurance value (as established by the Osterkamp
appraisal) for the art work on the proposed deaccession list is approximately $320,000.00. It is
important to note that these values may or may not be the true values in an auction setting.
It should be noted that deaccessioning is an ongoing process and this initial effort is aimed
mainly at removing objects that do not fall within the defined scope of a regional art collection.
There are, however, other reasons for removing objects, which are explained in the Proposed
Deaccession Policy. In the future, the City will want to continue to look toward refining the
collection, especially if the limitations of staff time and storage continue.
Deaccession Process
Given the limitations of staff and budget, it is felt that the actual process of deaccessioning art
work would be best undertaken by a professional auction house. The following auction houses
were contacted (sample letter attached), and given information about the City art collection:
Clars
Sotheby's
Bonhams and Butterfields
Michaao's Auctions
DGW Auctioneers
Hambrook's Auction Center
Here is a summary of their responses:
Sothebys - Their sales are held in New York City and they are only interested in accepting items
valued at over $10,000. Their representative felt that they were not the appropriate venue for the
Carmel collection.
Bonhams and Butterfields - Their print specialist indicated that they would probably not be
interested in the Dutch and German prints in the collection, unless they were printed during the
artist's lifetime. She felt that, most likely, the prints were printed in the 19th century, from plates
that were used many times. Although they have value, they probably do not fall within the range
that Bonhams sets for acceptance into an auction. The sculpture and paintings specialists also felt
that objects from the city collection would not meet Bonhams' minimum values. She referred me
to DGW Auctions in Sunnyvale, which Bonhams uses as an art liquidator.
DGW Auctions - They hold monthly auctions that include everything from fme art to books,
cars and stamps. They felt they would be interested in handling the city collection and would
sell the items over time, in order to not "flood the market." They also indicated that they would
charge a consignment commission fee, but would waive the commission rate (see letter
attached).
Hambrooks Auction Center- They are located in Pacific Grove and have handled Early
California art. They expressed interest in handling the sale.
Clars -Indicated that they would be interested in the collection, but warned that insurance
values are often much higher than actual auction results. A copy of their consignment agreement
is attached. In an email, they indicated that they would "group lot pieces by same artists, or
similar, to maximize the estimates and lessen commission rates."
Michaans - A letter from their Business Development Director (see attached) indicates that they
are very interested in working with the City of Carmel collection, and would offer a "generous"
low commission rate for items sold. Monthly auctions are held at their Alameda site and over
the Internet.
The first step in this process, of course, is approval of the Proposed Deaccession List by the City
Council. Foil owing this, attention can be turned towards selecting the best means of formally
removing art from the collection.
My recommendation, based on responses received, is to pursue the matter with both Clars and
Michaans first, to see which auction house could provide the best service and outcome for the
dispersal of the objects. Both of these organizations specialize in fine art and would have
knowledgeable staff for appraisal, as well as the best networks for publicizing future auctions.
They also have a wider geographical audience.
If neither of these options proves to be acceptable, I would then approach the regional
organizations (Hambrooks and DGW) to explore how they would handle the deaccessioning.
Once an auction house has been determined. the city attorney should be brought in to review and
give opinion on the contract. Pending his approval, the matter would then be referred to the City
Council for their consideration and approval.
Once approved, my recommendation would be to hire an art collection consultant (see attached
proposal) to work with city staff and the auction house representative to implement the
deacessioning process.
July 12, 2011
To: Heidi Birch, Assistant City Administrator
From: Sheryl Nonnenberg
Proposal for Art Management Consultant
I have been advising the City of Carmel by the Sea for several years regarding its art collection.
Last year, I wrote and presented to City Council a plan for defining the scope of the art collection
and for beginning the process of deaccessioning art. Council approved the plan and for the past
year I have been working on the deaccessioning project.
Because of the valuable nature of the city art collection, it is important to continue the process of
caring for and managing this asset. In order to accomplish this, periodic appraisals (every five
years) of the collection should be made by a certified art appraiser. More importantly, there are a
number of standard management procedures that should be implemented in an ongoing basis in
order for the art collection to be managed in a professional manner. These include: a yearly
inventory, continuous documentation, proper storage, addressing conservation issues, overseeing
loans and responding to requests for information. Last but not least, there is a history of art
disappearing from city storage, a situation that can only be addressed by constant vigilance. I
believe the best and most effective step would be the hiring of an art collection consultant who
would work with city staff to ensure that the art collection is overseen and maintained using
professional standards as set by the American Association of Museums.
I would like to offer my services as art collection manager to the City of Carmel by the Sea.
As collection manager I would undertake the following:
--Implement the deaccession process by serving as liaison between the selected auction house
and city staff.
--Research and recommend an appraiser to undertake the inventory and valuation of the
collection, due to occur in 2012. Assist the appraiser in working with the collection.
--Oversee and maintain the art collection inventory list; make revisions as necessary and keep
current.
--Serve as a resource for any questions that arise about the art collection. In order to do this, I
would prepare a brochure (or some other format) detailing the history and background of the city
art collection.
--Undertake a yearly inventory in order to assure that all art is accounted for and in designated
locations. Make any corrections to the inventory to reflect changes.
--Assess condition of art and make recommendations for appropriate cleaning/repair.
--Make recommendations about art storage; assist city staff in finding appropriate storage
facilities.
--Make recommendations as to how more art could be exhibited (possible venues within the
city).
--Suggest specific art acquisitions that would be an asset to the focus of a regional collection.
--Respond to requests for loans from the collection; prepare formal requests for city council
consideration.
--Respond to requests for donations to the collection; assess the donation and prepare a report for
city council consideration.
--Assist with the process of fmding a permanent home for the art collection.
--Research and write feature articles about the art collection, to be submitted to local papers in
Cannel and Monterey.
The above duties would be accomplished over a twelve month period, with a report to the City
Administrator at the end of said year. At that time the city can consider whether to renew
the contract for a one year period, thus ensuring continuous and consistent oversight for the art
collection. The remuneration for this contract would be $10,000.00, to be paid in quarterly
installments.
Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 11:08 AM
Susan Paul
Subject:
RE: library deaccession MCA
Thanks Sue
From: Susan Paul
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 8:04PM
To: Jason Stilwell; Janet Bombard
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
This does not have to go to Council theCA can sign it, there were additional quotes, it is a specialized service and under
$25,000. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks
Sue
From: Jason Stilwell
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 6:48 AM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Susan Paul
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Yes. Susan, what do you think?
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 6:17 PM
To: Jason Stilwell
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
1 can't find anything in the code that is specific to sending something to auction; i.e. something we are selling. This is
the closest I find:
312.100 Entering Contracts.
Contracts, other than purchase orders, shall be entered into only by authorization of the City Council, except standard or
ongoing contracts for the servicing or maintenance of equipment or facilities, which service contracts may be signed by
the head of the department having nominal custody of such equipment or facilities, or any other contract under $25,000
signed/approved by the City Administrator. (Ord. 2003-02 1, 2003; Ord. 2002-01 1, 2002; Ord. 94-8 1, 1994; Ord.
137 C.S. 2, 1966; Code 1975 120.1. Formerly 3.12.080).
So do you think it has to go to Council after all?
From: Jason Stilwell
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 5:25 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
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I believe it needs to be me according to the Code but whatever the Code says
From: Janet Bombard
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 4:55 PM
To: Jason Stilwell
Subject: FW: library deaccession MCA
Jason,
Can I sign the contract or should you? Don has reviewed it already.
Janet
From: Allyson Bradley [ mailto:allyson@michaans.com]
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 2:39 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Robert Shuken
Subject: Re: library deaccession MCA
Great News!!!!
I know it has been an long hard process but we are now on the move.
Janet, please send the contract back signed and let me know when you would like to deliver the painting and
sculpture.
Once we have received everything I will send you a complete inventory listing with estimates and auction dates.
I look forward to working with you.
Best,
Allyson
On Mar 8, 2013, at 11 :53 AM, Janet Bombard wrote:
Good morning,
I'm just checking in to see if you are ready to move forward yet.
Thank you,
Janet Bombard
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 3:34 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Deaar Ms Bombard:
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Thanks for the follow up to my last email. I see that Allyson has been cc' ed on your mail. The Bradleys are out of office I
think until Jan.7. I will be in and out of town. And you I hope will have a delightful Christmas and healthy happy New
Year.
I will check in with Allyson (or she with me some short time after Jan. 7 and then she or will be back to you.
Enjoy and remember the "cliff' is most likely a down sloped path and not a cliff .... I hope.
Best, Bob Shuken
From: Janet Bombard [ mailto:jbombard@ci.carmel.ca.us]
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:33 PM
To: 'Robert Shuken'
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Dear Mr. Shuken,
I checked with Don Freeman's office. It appears that the agreement does not reside on Don's computer (see below);
however, I believe that the only change that Don requires is that regarding the location for resolution of any issues. I
can make that change to the contract, if that is convenient for you.
When I spoke with you we discussed my checking on the provenance of the Fortunato Galli statue. Unfortunately, there
are no City records with regard to the statue. I have attached i nformation from an insurance appraisal done by Amy
Essick Fine Art Appraisals and Consultations in 2000 for informational purposes only (page one of the attachment is
blank- the information is contained on pages 2 and 3). I understand that it does constitute authentication, etc. Please
let me know how to proceed with regard to authentication.
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831) 624-1366
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 1:35PM
To: klglegal@hotmail.com
Cc: Janet Bombard; 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: library deaccession MCA
Attention: Don Freeman
Good afternoon Don.
I got a phone call this morning from Janet Bombard at the Carmel library, regarding the master consignment agreement
(MCA) about which we talked some weeks ago. She believed that there was a marked up agreement, but no one knew
where it was.
I checked what I had: nothing but notes of our conversation that the MCA would reflect only the provisions to resolve
disputes if any in Carmel, and that the other mark-ups were property driven and that in any event none of the proposed
consignment seemed of great enough value to worry about our concern regarding venue and jurisdiction or any of the
other assorted questions you initially had.
I thought we had left it that you would correct all the initial changes you made leaving only your change to venue and
jurisdiction of dispute resolution. And the dispute resolution attachment would be ignored as to process and procedures
in that addendum, except for:
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We also agreed that there was one item, a statue, the value of which depended on authentication, and about which, if
of significant value, we would revisit the contract provisions as same might relate to that item.
My notes indicated you would reverse all the changes you made and craft simpler language re: informal resolution, and
retain your conditions as to location of where to resolve any issues.
I shared with Ms Bombard, the above understanding and said I would check what I've got, which is just my notes, so I
think the agreement resides on your computer ... hopefully.
Let me know if the above is in any way inaccurate and if so it is absolutely unintentional, and correctable; also if there is
no copy of the MCA, we will arrange for one to be sent soonest and you can interlineate the venue etc change and
modify the dispute language to meet our agreement, identify and exclude the statue from our modifications until
authenticated and I think we are good to go.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best,
Bob Shuken
Allyson Bradley
Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
2751 Todd Street
PO Box 489
Alameda CA 94501
510.740.0220 ext.l05
allyson@michaans.com
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Janet Bombard
From: Janet Bombard
Sent:
To:
Thursday, March 28, 2013 10:33 AM
'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject:
Attachments:
Hi Allyson,
RE: library deaccession MCA
IMG.pdf
I have attached a scanned copy of the signed contract. Would you also like me to mail you the original?
I am working on quotes for delivering the art. I think at one point you told me that Michaan' s could arrange for
transport ofthe art for a 10% fee. Is that correct, or is my faulty memory at work? I' m starting to think that might be a
better option after all.
Thanks,
Janet
From: Allyson Bradley [mailto:allyson@michaans.com]
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 2:39 PM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: Robert Shuken
Subject: Re: library deaccession MCA
Great News!!!!
I know it has been an long hard process but we are now on the move.
Janet, please send the contract back signed and let me know when you would like to deliver the painting and
sculpture.
Once we have received everything I will send you a complete inventory listing with estimates and auction dates.
I look forward to working with you.
Best,
Allyson
On Mar 8, 2013, at 11:53 AM, Janet Bombard wrote:
Good morning,
I' m just checking in to see if you are ready to move forward yet.
Thank you,
Janet Bombard
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From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 3:34PM
To: Janet Bombard
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Deaar Ms Bombard:
Thanks for the follow up to my last email. I see that Allyson has been cc' ed on your mail. The Bradleys are out of office I
think until Jan.7. I will be in and out oftown. And you I hope will have a delightful Christmas and healthy happy New
Year.
I will check in with Allyson (or she with me some short time after Jan. 7 and then she or will be back to you.
Enjoy and remember the "cliff" is most likely a down sloped path and not a cliff .... I hope.
Best, Bob Shuken
From: Janet Bombard [ mailto:jbombard@ci.carmel.ca.us]
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:33 PM
To: 'Robert Shuken'
Cc: 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: RE: library deaccession MCA
Dear Mr. Shuken,
I checked with Don Freeman's office. It appears that the agreement does not reside on Don's computer (see below};
however, I believe that the only change that Don requires is that regarding the location for resolution of any issues. I
can make that change to the contract, if that is convenient for you.
When I spoke with you we discussed my checking on the provenance of the Fortunato Galli statue. Unfortunately, there
are no City records with regard to the statue. I have attached information from an insurance appraisal done by Amy
Essick Fine Art Appraisals and Consultations in 2000 for informational purposes only (page one of the attachment is
blank- the information is contained on pages 2 and 3}. I understand that it does constitute authentication, etc. Please
let me know how to proceed with regard to authentication.
Janet Bombard
Library Director
Harrison Memorial Library
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
(831} 624-1366
From: Robert Shuken [ mailto:bobshuken@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2012 1:35PM
To: klglegal@hotmail.com
Cc: Janet Bombard; 'AIIyson Bradley'
Subject: library deaccession MCA
Attention: Don Freeman
Good afternoon Don.
I got a phone call this morning from Janet Bombard at the Carmel library, regarding the master consignment agreement
(MCA} about which we talked some weeks ago. She believed that there was a marked up agreement, but no one knew
where it was.
2
I checked what I had: nothing but notes of our conversation that the MCA would reflect only the provisions to resolve
disputes if any in Carmel, and that the other mark-ups were property driven and that in any event none of the proposed
consignment seemed of great enough value to worry about our concern regarding venue and jurisdiction or any of the
other assorted questions you initially had.
I thought we had left it that you would correct all the initial changes you made leaving only your change to venue and
jurisdiction of dispute resolution. And the dispute resolution attachment would be ignored as to process and procedures
in that addendum, except for:
We also agreed that there was one item, a statue, the value of which depended on authentication, and about which, if
of significant value, we would revisit the contract provisions as same might relate to that item.
My notes indicated you would reverse all the changes you made and craft simpler language re: informal resolution, and
retain your conditions as to location of where to resolve any issues.
I shared with Ms Bombard, the above understanding and said I would check what I've got, which is just my notes, so I
think the agreement resides on your computer ... hopefully.
Let me know if the above is in any way inaccurate and if so it is absolutely unintentional, and correctable; also if there is
no copy of the MCA, we will arrange for one to be sent soonest and you can interlineate the venue etc change and
modify the dispute language to meet our agreement, identify and exclude the statue from our modifications until
authenticated and I think we are good to go.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Best,
Bob Shuken
Allyson Bradley
Business Development Director
Michaan's Auctions
2751 Todd Street
PO Box489
Alameda CA 94501
510.740.0220 ext. lOS
allyson@michaans.com
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Master Consignment Agreement
Name Contract#
Business Name
Address
City State Zip
Telephone {day) (fax)
Email
Tllis doc.rm::nt, tqwther wi:h all attachmiJnts to it initiaily or adoed hereafter. ircluding. speci'fically Property Scl':edule
l>,. con tams tno cntiw agrt..crnc;;t bt l.-..)cn Auclitms Uv1ichaans. us. we) and you ('"Coisignor"). and
rJesr:ribes CJur m,l fd'31 n9ht!" i'ln(i nl>li})aiior:s t'\ny to lh:s agreen' ent must be w writmg and srgned t)y the
parties. Upon signing. this c:greement w;,; .)e binclmg.
PLEASE READ CAREFJLL Y.
1. Commission:
a. For r.>u1 St)tvices w.li rd .i111 "' ccmmiso:;u;n on the fi nal price at audicn, as follows:
, en percen; ( 1 0%:) ot ali individua: at-ctiot'
b. In addition to !he- above. a Buyer's Prem1um based on the hammer price for each individual lot sold. as stated in
our conditicns of Sale. Ni' be; collected frorr the purchase' and retaired by us. The- -::ondit'ons of Sale. constitutes
our ag' eernent vli th tt c ouyer <'t aLief on "Hid is prov:ued fo1 ycl r infcr:nation on,y Cons:gnor shall not receive: any
ponion of the Bt.ye:s t-' emHJ!l' .
2. Insurance: Prdpe1y consiGned for sale 'Nill be covered by 0..1r insurance against an risKs" (suoject to the usua!
form of exclusions including but n0t limited to earthquake and fio-Jd) whi le in our possession or under our control.
Consignor will be charged ani; J;.;rance of one <mCi one half percent of the t1amr1er price on property sold
by us
3. Limitati on of Liabil ity: (a) 111 the .,.vent that the consigno's property is damaged. lost or stolen, the consignor's
sole remedy shall be: (i) if aiready so
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d, payment of the hammer price realized for the property. less any fees and
commissions due us or (iii if not sold, when possible and witn consignor's consent we in our sole discretion elect to
rep;;lir !h'> dr.:; prq.;.:rty lo the conditkm it wus :n orior lo be1ng darna9e::J <.:lnd offer it for or pay ttlc
eons1gno. an GmCiunt equallo \i)il es1<11l:IStH\'J 1\'JSF:rve for the (or low es:irrwte when there IS no reserve)
(b) We will not be . abl& for loss v,natsoever: (1) fo' evel' ts oeynnd our control. suc11 as, bur not limited to. acts of
war or strikes. chemical or nuclear contamination or atmospheric causes; \ii) existing (whether known or
unknown) conditicr1s or defects in tha P'Qperty and (iii) normal wear ami tear
(c:) We will not in instanr;e, be fo- any consellucnVa! r;a:rages, lost pro .. ts. or loss o1 business or bllsiness
opport;;nity
4. Other Expenses:
a. Photographic fees. Consigr.:.r hav.:: the rigrot to pr:lograp!'l and video consigned property and to retain
alll" c ownership 1igl1ts, incluti:i' J all mtdiX!t;ul prop" Wand corNights in or to said irnag(.-s v1hother on film, plates.
lransparet'1c:es. digil alurage::. or Cons1gnc. !hat we may use sur.h 1mages 111 catalogues.
advertising or otner pub:i.::atic'1s 1.vnett-:er in prin or electronic form. Consignor shall not be charged vi deo or
photographic fees. However. n the evert that any tb d oarty shall successfui:y assert intellectual J3roperty rights
and seek ccmponsation fer the use of pro:ect .... d images, such fees sh':ll! be oaid by the Consignor.
b. Shipptng, Packing ancl lnsurw"li:e is sole1y responsit>ie for tile shipp.ng and the related
tnsuranc.; connected Wltl1 oelivery of co-s,;}ned property to ;;nd ifUiere is unsold properly, for ts return to
Consignor . We may recomrcend a packaging or mmspor! company upon request. b.., t we explicitl y and express.y
assLrne and shall have "O i:abili ty resuitinG from such advice.
c. 'vlictH.wn's may, from time: to r.irncl re<;cmmend r'<.;st::.lfa!icn. reconditioning or other similar
serv ce: ,,. ay re'l ui1 e opimo:
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of spec for exat for authentication of objects of ari. w recommend
ex.1raci'rdir,ary advet1iseme;,f of a consignm&r<t. il"t l.':i3Cii case, Cons.gnor Will ne adv;sed of the scope t)f work and
anticipated exnense ana shall bE otiigated for the expense incurred only upon Consignor's written approval of the
;;Jr.1;on tr.l be taken
rJ . ;\ten perceni (1 O%) service fee shah be chcm;ed on and repaid io us along witil funds advanced by us k>r the
beM;fil .)f tile Cons gnor. l!'tciu:ling, c)u ' ) :)t lirnited t0 !una:. advancec !or cartage, od stde storage. res!oration and
suer. other repairs to prone1ty as
may be necessary.
5. Method of Safe:
a Ti me. p1ace <lnd lots Michr.ans ar".l Cc.. 'SI\jnor Sh<rllr u!lrally <Jgroe lo the date and location for sale of property
anci venue in ,.v:1ic'1 the property is sclo. We :eserve ! he ng1t to delem:ne the ma1'ner 111 wh.ch any sale ;s
conducted and the mannei in wr.ich
iterr;s me in selling lots.
b. (i) '.'le ha.:a ag:eed o?.E:C,' 1o: <lith a low es;imate of less than S:'.iOO will be sold
,ithout resc,ve. Reserves snail be established at iif:y percent (50%) o:' the low auction eslimate unless another
reserve is mutually drstcrrnincd by tt:o.. 'md us ba:;;:; J on agrecU au;.;tlon C$lirnatcs. (ii) Shouiti a lm fai: to
reach its at alF:.i:ln. conseP! fr o1:1 ttw Con::Hgnv (:) accE:.pt a !owe: eserve, Wr) n our sole
discr"'t on seH the ,:n ,;H,r.tini' tY for 30 rlays !hereat ter nelow reserve, provi(led !);)wevAc, settlement w11t1
shali i:;e as if tr1e prope:ty sc.d a! tr.e ,eserie. If property remains unsold, 't may be reoffered in a later sale
at a lcvmr aucticn estimate and reserve. agreed to by Consignor ar.d us or it will be returnee to
Consigncr. w'il oo n:J tee chc.ugc d fv u ;;;od ,,-opc!y.
c. Gionmg. ,md Cons:gnr s <I(:;) :;r :f any, shi'lll nn b;d on tt1eir r.cnSIQned property
.A. violation of sect'::m snail , at our so.e .-,
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ect;on. re!':>u;: n any of the following: (i) f'1e sa!e sha: be voi ded J the
Consignor is the successful bidde, , t ne nroperty withdrawn and a oanalty equal to tt1e combi ned buyer's premium and
sellers :;ommi ss:on as :::.aicuiatE>d on the succf;:;sful bi rJ 1r ade. from the Consigr.or. before sai d property is
ruturned: (iiJ <.i t !he el t!:;ciun c! undc :Jidd(:;r to Co . 1nur''; !JiJ prope:tv v;:! soic: al lm;t good
fatti-; b:d pr1or to any birJ by Ccnsi WKJr . m i::; d1t sale , o!ded arw l he pronr- rly subsr-qut'lntiy sold oy us: wit l1o ut
reserve to reccver the ':>,tyer's ar.d ccsts. if any. GJe us from :he voide:: sale as well as from
the subsequent sai e required by tii s.
d. Cc:nplction of Sell e : No sal<.: w:ll be cvns; dcr<:c; complete until i>uv<:-r ra!; made final and full payment with good
Lnds and to our satisfad:.)n In t' ' "' f;V1t (>, by tl1i'! buyer we may cacc:E:I tne saie and consent of
t;,e C: ons1gnor. :e-offe item, or return it to tr e There v!ill be no fee charged for ret..Jrned
property under this paragraph.
c. of ,;,ccount: Paymer t ,)f <LI net prccocds {after deduction of a:: ccmmi ssions, t<:lxes, otl1er charges. if
any. ;_w:i ;myr>< ,L ;,;: ;y f;: c :> uy .- . 11 ue lo 1'1{' : ol later l11an ihirly 130) w,Jrking days
following tne qc!ua; sale of any rropeny, there :s no ie\]iiirnate cla;m made said funds and further
provided ".1ichaans nas nc. : e;:;e:vej :-ot ce cf '"n nte;,t resci:;d fro,n a f)urchaser
6. Unsold/Unsaleahlu Property: Lets kepi for tc picked up by Cc'l;;ignor wthin worki ng uays
SJ\Icr r.oticc in w, ' ti"g 1r.; do s:J Prc;pmt,, left mor(; thw1 1 (' workir19 day:,; after notice is sant shJil, in Micha<n' s sol<::
rl isc.et on 2iU1er Ot-! swrt::a ons.:., <1i a nr

of !!1e !nw estimate nn file. per ll'Ontl1, or rernovecJ lo


:,torage. In either even, . ,s ,,olely responsible for IDStmng !'\aid property and 111e cost therefore. as
well o;s for paying all <..csts. indu::hg at o 'ieys' fS C8nnected w:th storage ano:j anv evemua1 sale of !he property. All
costs a:-,d k<Js Gonnectcd th the insuring, storage :Jntl tnc sale oi abandoned prc-perty shall be reimbursed to
M.ch<.anti :t I t v h;;c; II:) :. ::.U:J ,\uchOI J d tE:r d ternpt!; to sc::: i: t ',;erve CO!lS19110r has
not c:cc; nht rile c/ tlie prope1t y. fcaicnv;ng ro.HtBr-m (14l not;i:C, matled by fi rst Glnss
n,ail to Consig'<or's adTess o1 recr.r::l . W<- the rigr.t to oonRte the propeny to crarity or othervvise
dispose of the prcpe11y. by s<:i :i:.. with..::L:. reserve. We shall have no li abil:ly to Consignor in
7. Descriptions and Estimates of Auction Va;ue. r.IP. scr.pl.un!> cr ciher statemftnts rjs to the pr\lperw or the
v<7illf! nfihe prooerty a: ;;suc:ion , 'll my appra ":2!' c,+ p1 upe<i y ny us or of ;)ur repres.:::<t;:ti ivf!l; are statements o:f
op1mnn only and we ! have no !i abilit}' to the r;otbignor for any errors or om1ssions made in appraising or
esti:nating valLe of :he Consig:; or' s prop&ily. We ret ain fud for the descriptio:-, of consigned property. Often
est:mates of ttle auction v<li ;;c of pro;Jarty are r.foscribcd by a ran9e as between a high and low estimate . .A.ctuai sales
price n,ay bE>. \Y ;tJcr !1<:.les and w.:. ;;1'<111 r ; J ! :Jbil;ty wlldtsoever to in that event
N,)t,;mg h:;re.:1 stw!; afrect tne repre,_,enwtions and w,man'l1es made by 1n Pamr;:apt1 8. below, upon wh<ch
M;chaans and purcllase.-s at r'E:-'y .
8. Consignors Representations and Warranties: Indemnificat ion: Consignor warrants and represents:
a. tha; as ownE::r , or aout oi ,he Jwner oi tht- p:-ooertv, hefsho h<Js the authorily <:1nd 1igtlt to r;onsign the property for
sale and lo tc1ke all <JCtlo: way be re<:iJired ty
tJ. tlla! 1he consirJi'E':rl ;xope,1y .1ow and :Jntq scici, is a.:<j will rema,n free of a I encumorances. lien or tnircJ party
c!aims. except as may be noted in v; r't1-:g on an attachmem r:e:re:o:
c. that Consignor holds good lith: to :he propeny and same ::.rwll to the purcnaser on sa.e; and
:J ttlai. all :epreseri!<3tiOi'S al.OL'! propv iy. both wri ter und oral. L<ff<.'ctins the value or pertair"i l'lg to tho condition.
hstorv, a11o prove origins or pf.!riofl) :-,n"l trut'! <mi con ect .
Notwithstanding o,Jr ;i ghts as forth in Paragrar-n i. abcve. Ccr::::i \}t1or agrees ti,at we and purchasers rei y upon
t he fcregoing warranti es. Consignor agr-=-es defe.nd, :ndernnJy a:1d nol d its employees, represe:1tatives,
and agonts. as well as the harnless. fro:n and against all actions, c!airns. :asses. liabilities and any
darnaqt>. s -;cL. red e:<pNititC<S. indu< i1!J b <::s fot th;:: ::>f ltat urise or resul t orn a b! each of
tl!iS agreement or the wi'lrr.;nt"ss containeo uding. t1ut not limited to third party claims of interest ;nor
ovvnersllip ()f property: a third pany s prior r:gllt :o posse>ssion or cha!.enges to our right to offer for sale or sailing
consignee: property. Consignor's ,,arranties anci t'iis inaemnity shaH appry to al! ;xoperty consigned hereunder and
survive t>;c (:vflr.:':Jsion r;;.ct'ers Cct ed fc- i1 : ihis
9. Wi thdrawal of property: Consigr. ::lf 5ha;l ,l 0t witr .:lraw prope,1y co:-: si gned br sale a1y time after th;s agreement is
by tile part.es 11ereto. .:J1!hout o:-r conse.1:. We. ho..vt=wer, reserve the right to withcJraw any property a! any
time befcre.:; sal e i or any of tr efo!low:ng reaso;s:
a when, in our 1S ;1 as 10 tnt) ability to p:1ss ciear Iitie on of the
property:
b. when. in our j uagrr.ent. 's a question Consignor h3s the right and authority to consign the property;
c. i f the Consignors represcntatic:-os atout thr.; property are, :n arw material rcsp(;ct, de;errnined by us to be
inaccurak In ot wltl1dr.:;w;:.ti t)y Con:, gn0 witnout conser:t or by rm ttw musons stated, Consignor
sllafll"Je ci)argec a witi1drav1Al teem Tvv<":nly-seven percent (Zl%: of fl1e est:.:J:)lished !ow estunate of the withrJrawn
property. In tne event of ::::o11srgnor & demanc "or ur.der th;s section the p;cperty shall be retained by us
until the withdrawa, fee (an.J any mher due usj are paict ;r. full . No;withs;anaing t"1e forgoing, we have no
'.lbligatron to withdraw the iJfOperty ti lt.. wt.hd;c;wc:f fc<:. it-. paid :\ ny proper'.y left wi th '''.i for ""lOW than 30 days
tollow1ng noiice of fe'8s \LJe t tndcr ti w.:J !)'" Cl snosed of by suoseQuent sate. rt;;sen;e or further notice
aM we shall retain such cl ue ..!5 plus the costs of sale from tne proceecs of sale. Remaining funds wili be sent
to address 0f reco-d.
10. Rescission:
requi red t o .ICCt!.pt tilt. n$,UI 1, and C<mcellh.; S<Jits. :)f anv property wtwn ,,., the exerc1se of our llldgrnent, we
are that tltere l<a::: l1ee '' ot t 1e \N:>nanty 01 ti tlr- 0' th;'l. cte,,.r title cannot be or :1:>s not passed or
has been a breacr c& Cor:sgnor's wa:ramieo; 0r representa:to;1S affecting tl e descnption of the p: openy,
includir.g the conc.ticrJ, altera:ions. repairs. ag<:. h'story. ano (includi-:g origins or pericd), or
,.-hcru the prupcrty i:; counterf eit ; ml;ani11q a for!.)<Jrv inlmdiPg to de-:ciw j authonzcs us to rcsci'1d any
s .. lr.i sille f:)r any ot re."! sc,ns and :n accord w;ln the Condi tions of am! crer!it back or refund paid
fund!\ to the buyP.r lr ilmus 11a'.'f! already b,:-;en remttteo to Cons>gnor the:1 upon receip! of notice of
resc:ssion. Cons1gno:- shali imr.1edia:e:1 remit to .1s t;-e entire purchase price (i.e. the fua hammer price and buyers
pre:niurn} . If rescission is tho result of <In inaccurate desc ;ption prepared by us withu.;t reliance on representations
byConsignor, t ,,,m tnc ;,rqour1t hy Cor ,siSJI':Jr :,hall only bt: the net procee(Js of the sale or the subj ect
prop0rty Except w;,en iSSl>P.S of ov ... i
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, property t e\urnod p1Jrsuanl 1<, this sec::hon shall be l'et.:rned to
Com:,ignor UJ:.:m payment of sll 1s due here ...mder. ;0e fc:-t?going IS not a hmitat;on t o b..;yer s ri ghts to seek
rescission either ur.der state law the Conditio:-s of Sale.
IF CONSIGNOR DOES NOT PF\Of\iPTLY CCiiv'PL Y \l'iiTH THE PROVi S.ONS HEiSHE
1\lJ'!"' US ' I 0 t1SSIGN 1\t.l.. r=U.-i f iTS .:v:: Y lti\VE 11 !I.S AGHt_G,':ENT TO THE:
fl.(J<NOWLC:DGES 1 ri AT ";'rlE 8UYET: SrALL HAVE A.l.l.. THE HIGHTS TOT P..KE !1CTiON Pl.mSUAN T' TO THIS
DIR!::CTL ':'AGAINST CO'JSiGNOR. THE COI\SIGNOR FURTHER AUTHORiZES THE
RELEASE TO A RESCiNDiNG BUYER ALL TO TA:<:E ACI IO'-J. OR DISCLOS:: SUCH
1\S MAY BE COMPELLED GY LEG.A,l. PROCCSS ,\NY LIABILITY
Hl\VE 'JV!'. H Ht:SPFCl TO THE .SU8 Jl:: CT PROPCI-lTY \>\11 1..1. UPON THE
ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS TO 7rlE BUYER SCNSIGNCR EXRESSLY RELEASES MICHAAN'S, !TS AGENTS,
REPRESENTATIVES AND EMPLOYEES. AN:> :<.GREES TO ::::>EFEND, INDE:vlt-.iiFY A:'-JD HOLD
f i/1RML.ESS FROM A:--JY i' 1\R SING OU
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OF THECLA OR CONDITI ONS GIVING RISE TO
r.;: ESCI SSION 0: 1 IE: S!d ...E 01 Tf [ SUI.l.JEC . IliA, COf-\RESPONDS TO THE WARRANTIES
MADE. IN PJ>.F<AGFMPrl R excer t a;; tc represo:ntaiion l'l cHJe ny Auct() ns.
c. 7 he provisions of t!, is pa' agraph she:. the trar.sacl ions governea by thJs agreement.
11. Security Interest: .1e Cc s.<,ner hereby us a sccunty imerest in :he Property consigne<J, and an the
prcccods from :ht. salr.. t'lL'reuf to s0cure tr._ oayment cf <my sums for wnici the consignor rnay obli9ated
under agreemt-:nl cr any o1.11er obl ;ga11on ;.1r or ien: cl ue us. aMJ <he c,,nsinnor agrees to execute any
documents we may request cf the consignor 10 perfect tne sect:rity mterest. We sl1ail have all the ri ghrs of a secured
party r, :1der law. Any foreclosure sale or ot1er actior. to pursue ou' rights s'1all be governed by the California Uni form
Commercial Code (UCC) and :;rmll be v'ithoul regard to rese, ves as may have othel'\-visa been established herein.
12. Miscellaneous:
a. This Agree1nent anrl ar'cl a!l ..i schedules. att.,chmP.:1l S hereto. and oti)er stgne\J documents togett1er with
any represer:tations by the consignor concem;ng tr.e consigned property_ constitutes tr.e entre agreeme'1t between
tr,a consignor ana us wi <h respect t.:J tho:- P oper..y a"l::l su all orior ne<;otiations or agreements regarding the
constgncu Prope;1y. Spec'al .rtslr Ginns if any. arc atl<:::ned to this Agreerncr,
b as othervnse sPf:ciftt!d ; nn rn )rJiftcat!or1s or of th1:=. Agreement :>Mii be tlndinn un1ess
contained in writmg s.gned by the party to be l1ouncJ therebv and no waiver, promise or representation by us or any of
our agents or representatives sha ! b:ncJ us untess contained in a wri ting signed by us.
c . . Any not:::::c given hcreuncer ;nus: be 'n vniting ano shaE be effective uoon deposit in the U.S. mail, prepaid
hrst class post age. 1f c;,ldrt-ssed to CI1h.;r r)f lhe <'i lhtJ;: rt.S';ec1ive indicated above ReceJpted
email is .m acceptab:e a,ter:lal..ve.
::l . .f ar.y part of this A.greemem 1S dt?err.ed tnvalid m unenf,,rceaole such invalidity or unenforceabiiily shall not affect
rerraining provisio% of :his .AgreeiTJent. shai' remain ;n full force. and effect.
e. as provia0d by lav.r . 'Oll"ing contained ::;'-?.11 oe GC :;;rued as any pannersr<ip. or othe; jo;nt
en!en::tse between tl w par.1es
f. M1chaans reserves tne ri ght to reieC! a!l o: part o1 :my cnnsigrment. upor. delivery to t. s ,f 11 11as been mat eri ally
altered cr de;)leted S1r.ce ar,y plior viewing cf the by a reoresentative of -.:Jurs.
13. Dispute Resolution: Rcso!ut e>n of any dispute <;t;all oe t>y mediation o: <:lrbitraFon !:1 a;:;cord<Jnce with the
set forth in l tw 'Dispute !e:;rms attached to antJ Incorporated lKH0in.
14. Applicable Law: Effect on Successors In Interest: agreement s'1all be governed by. construed and
en!crced in w1t n th<: la\'IS of the of California Any clisp .. tes !Wall oe resol;eri :n the State of
California, County of Monterey. unless another venue is agreec u;:on by both parties. Th1s agreement and resolution
of dispute shall be bind'ng upor: Co11sigror's heirs. cxcc.:Jtors. oeneticiaries. successors and assigns and shall
inure io lne benctil ot Mic:hpan's and its ad Dssigns
15. Legal Status: If yo.: are executing ' h iS .A.greer1ent as an age:11 for anomer person or lega: entity, place your
initials here. . By aoing so, you flckno,;;edge ard agree both you and the person(s) or entitleS you
shall jointly and severally assume all ob!igat;ons and liabilities
sut out in tt1is You a,so CliJI'b ... tc IJrnish Js wil n <:my at:Jit::Hlal documc.;r.ts. inctLid'l19 the narre(s) ofthosu
lor wllcm you are as \'It: rnay
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By: -- ---------------- DATE _____ ; '.::...?._ ____ _;: ___
CONSIGNOR O:-< AUTHORlZED AGENT
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For 'v1icha3n's Aucfic)r$
M'chaans AuctiJns PO Box \89 2751 7odd Street Alarr.eda. 94501 !5 !O)N0-0220 Fax: ;510)749-7517
Buncfed pur.st;ant to Civil Code s::c W12.600 e! s<:q. Bond# 700440615
Janet Bombard
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To:
Subject:
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Hi Jason,
Janet Bombard
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 9:48 AM
Jason Stilwell
Michaan's Auctions- FYI
IMG.pdf
Please see the attached correspondence from Michaan's.
Also, I will not be at next Monday's manager meeting- it is the second half of the "Protecting Cultural Collections"
workshop. Ashlee is attending the workshop with me, so I will not be sending anyone to the meeting in my stead.
Janet
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August 9, 2013
Janet Bombard
P.O. Box 800
Carmel, CA 93921
Re: Harrison Memorial, Contract # 5572
Dear Ms. Bombard,
MICHAAN'S
AUCTIONS
Auc tioneers & Appraisers
Thank you for consigning property with Michaan's Auctions. Your property was
received in our warehouse on 8-2-13. It is now in our queue to be inventoried and
appraised. Once your property has been received a listing will be sent out to you.
Once your property has been sold you will receive a settlement check thirty business
days after the auction.
Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 510-227-2530. Please
know that Michaan's Auctions appreciates your business.

\ C"--- -
Tammie Chambless
Trust & Estates Assistant
Michaan's Auctions
P.O. Box 489
Alameda, CA 9450 I
510-227-2530
tammie@michaans.com
PO Box 489, Alameda, California 9450 I
PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST LOG 2014

Request No. 2014-103

Information Requested: copies of your current commercial solid waste and
recycling



























City of Carmel-by-the Sea
POST OFFICE BOX CC
CARMEL-BY-THE SEA, CA 93921
(831) 620-2000


September 4, 2014


VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL to: evillaponds@republicservices.com


Re: Response to Public Records Request (No. 2014-103)


Dear Ms. Villaponds:

The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea (City!" re#ei$ed yo%r emailed California &%bli#
'e#ords (#t re)%est on September 2, 2014 ('e#ords 'e)%est!". This response is sent on my
a%thority as *nterim City Cler+.

*n a##ordan#e ,ith the re)%irements of the California &%bli# 'e#ords (#t
(C&'(!", the City has determined that yo%r 'e#ords 'e)%est see+s dis#losable p%bli#
re#ords and ,ill ma+e these re#ords promptly a$ailable. (tta#hed to this email is an
ele#troni# #opy of responsi$e non-e-empt re#ords. &lease be ad$ised that in the e$ent the
City has reda#ted #ertain responsi$e re#ords p%rs%ant to the C&'( e-emptions they are
listed on the a##ompanyin. reda#tion lo..

&lease be ad$ised that e$ery effort has been made to sear#h for all of the re#ords
,hi#h mi.ht fall ,ithin the s#ope for yo%r re#ords re)%est, and, as s%#h, ,e belie$e o%r
sear#h is )%ite thoro%.h. /o,e$er, if yo% ha$e +no,led.e of a spe#ifi# do#%ment ,hi#h
has not been pro$ided in response to yo%r re)%est, please notify %s and ,e ,ill be happy to
pro$ide the do#%ment(s" to yo% %nless, of #o%rse, it is e-empt from dis#los%re p%rs%ant to
0o$ernment Code 1224. *f yo% are a,are of any le.al a%thority that ,o%ld re)%ire
dis#los%re of re#ords in addition to those identified abo$e, please ad$ise the %ndersi.ned
and the City ,ill re#onsider its position a##ordin.ly.

Than+ yo% for yo%r attention to this matter. *f yo% ha$e any )%estions abo%t the
3or.oin. response, please #onta#t me at 451-120-2000


Very tr%ly yo%rs,


6ori 3rontella
*nterim City Cler+

Yvette Oblander
!From:
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Attachments:
Elissa,
Yvette Oblander
Friday, September 05, 2014 12:32 PM
'Villaponds, Elissa'
Lori Frontella
RE: PRA Request
exhibit a.pdf
Here is the information that you. have requested. My apologies for not havi ng this information to you the first time
around.
Regards,

Executive Assistant
City Of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA.93921
yoblander@ci .carmel .ca.us
Office- (831)620-2056
Mobile - (831)869-6625
:ax- (831)-620-2004
From: Villaponds, Elissa [ mailto:EVillaponds@republicservices.com]
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2014 8:34AM
To: Yvette Oblander
Subject: RE: PRA Request
Lori,
Thank you for the information. As I looked through the correspondence, in Collection Rates number 6, it says that the
rates are in "Exhibit A" attached. I am not seeing this. Could you please assist me in this area?
Elissa Villaponds
Republic Services I Billing Coordinator I 118500 N. Allied Way Phoenix, AZ 85054

From: Yvette Oblander [ mailto:YOblander@ci.carmel.ca.us]
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2014 4:32 PM
To: Villaponds, Elissa
Cc: Lori Frontella
,ubject: PRA Request
Ms. Villaponds,
1
Yvette Oblander
From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Attachments:
Ms. Villaponds,
Yvette Oblander
Thursday, September 04, 2014 4:32 PM
'EVillaponds@republicservices.com'
Lori Frontella
PRA Request
response letter pra 2014-103.pdf
Please see the attached correspondence and response to your request.
Regards,
Lori :fronte[{a, :M.:M.C
Interim City Clerk
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
lfrontella@ci.carmel .ca.us
Office - (831) 620-2007
Fax- (831)620-2004
1
September 4, 2014
City of Carmel-by-the Sea
POST OFFI CE BOX CC
CARMEL-BY-THE SEA, CA 93921
(831) 620-2000
VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL to: evillaponds@republicservices.com
Re: Response to Public Records Request (No. 2014-103)
Dear Ms. Villaponds:
The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea ("City") received your emailed California Public
Records Act request on September 2, 2014 ("Records Request"). This response is sent on my
authority as Interim City Clerk.
In accordance with the requirements of the California Public Records Act
("CPRA"), the City has determined that your Records Request seeks disclosable public
records and will make these records promptly available. Attached to this email is an
electronic copy of responsive non-exempt records. Please be advised that in the event the
City has redacted certain responsive records pursuant to the CPRA exemptions they are
listed on the accompanying redaction log.
Please be advised that every effort has been made to search for all of the records
which might fall within the scope for your records request, and, as such, we believe our
search is quite thorough. However, if you have knowledge of a specific document which
has not been provided in response to your request, please notify us and we will be happy to
provide the document(s) to you unless, of course, it is exempt from disclosure pursuant to
Government Code 6254. If you are aware of any legal authority that would require
disclosure of records in addition to those identified above, please advise the undersigned
and the City will reconsider its position accordingly.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. If you have any questions about the
Forgoing response, please contact me at 831 -620-2000
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Interim City Clerk
Yvette Oblander
From: Lori Frontella
Sent:
To:
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 1:30PM
Yvette Oblander
Subject: FW: Commercial franchised rates
Lori :frante{fa, :M:MC
Interim City Clerk
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
lfrontella@ci .carmel .ca.us
Office- {831) 620-2007
Fax- {831)620-2004
From: Villaponds, Elissa [ mai lto:EVillaponds@republicservices.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 1:23 PM
To: Lori Frontella
Subject: Commercial franchised rates
Dear Lori,
Per our conversation, I would like to request a copy of your current commercial solid waste and recycling franchised
rates to be emailed to me at your earliest convenience.
I thank you in advance for your assistance in this matter.
Elissa Villaponds
Republic Services
480-627-1939
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Public Records Request
City Clerk Department
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THIS PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST FORM ITSELF CONSTITUES A PUBLIC RECORD AND IS SUBJECT TO PUBLIC
DISCLOSURE UPON REQUEST. Fill out info in box only
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In certain circumstances, the 10 date determination may be extended to an addition 14-days so long as persons are advised.)
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USA Waste of California, fnc.
Franchise Agreement
Effective I January 2004
AMENDED EXCLUSIVE FRANCIDSE AGREEMENT
THIS AMENDED AGREEMENT (hereinafter referred to as "Agreement") entered into
between USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC., doing business as CARMEL MARINA
CORPORATION, ("herein after referred to as "Collector") and the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-
THE-SEA (hereinafter referred to as "City!
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day of January 2004.
THIS AMENDED AGREEMENT supersedes the Exclusive Franchise Agreements
entered into between USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC. and the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-
THE-SEA on 17 January I 995, 7 February I 996, and all subsequent Addenda thereto.
IN CONSIDERATION of the mutual covenants contained herein, the parties hereby
mutually agree as follows:
1. GRANT OF FRANCHISE
City hereby grants to Collector an exclusive franchise for the regularly scheduled
collecting, hauling, recycling, and disposing of all garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes,
refuse and rubbish within all residential zones of said City limits as presently existing or
hereafter modified for the term of this Agreement. Collector shall also have the exclusive right
and privilege to collect and dispose of all garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse,
and rubbish, as often as required within all the commercial district zones of the City and for all
R-1 motels in the City for the term of this Agreement and the right and privilege to collect, have
and retain all charges and fees for such collecting, recycling, and disposing of garbage ..
recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse and rubbish, as specified in Chapter 8.16, Sections
8.16.010 through 8.16.160 of the Municipal Code of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea. This
USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA. INC
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Agreement shall not be construed as prohibiting any owner from occasionally disposing of his
own garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse, rubbish, or other waste.
2. TERM
The tenn of the existing Amended Exclusive Franchise Agreement between the parties is
from 1 January 2003 to 30 June 2015. The tenn of this Amended Exclusive Franchise
Agreement is from the date of its execution by the parties through 30 June 2015. City shall have
the right to renew this Agreement at its expiration under such terms and conditions as may be
agreeable to the parties.
3. FRANCHISE PAYMENTS; DELINQUENCY; GUARANTEE
In consideration of the exclusive franchise granted herein, Collector agrees to pay to City
the sum of ten percent ( 1 0%) of gross revenues received from its customers within City, payable
four ( 4) times per annum on the last day of July, October, January and April for the previous
quarter's revenue collections during the tenn of this Agreement. Gross revenues will include
any profit resulting from the sale of mandatory collection of all recyclable materials and yard
waste within City. Payment shaH be mailed to:
City Administrator
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
City Hall
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, California 93921
Payments made after the date due shall be considered delinquent. Co1Iector shall pay a
late charge of two percent (2%) per month, or any part thereof, on the amount delinquent to
cover added administrative expense incurred by City by reason of such delinquency. The parties
agree that such late charge represents a fair estimate of such added expense.
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4. INDEPENDENT AUDIT
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City may at any time, by action of its City Administrator or an outside certified public
accountant, conduct an audit and rate analysis of services, examination or review of the annual
financial statements of Collector, including any of its local divisions operating in the greater
Monterey Bay Tri-County area. Such audit examination, analysis or review shaH be at the
expense of City unless co11ector has failed to submit a timely annual audit as required in this
Agreement and; provided, however, that should any audit, examination or review of Co1Jector' s
records reveal an underpayment of more than three percent (3%) of any fee required under this
Agreement, Collector shall bear the entire cost of the audit, examination or review.
5. REGULATION OF COLLECTION
Collector agrees to comply with the regulations for collection of garbage as set forth in
Chapter 8.16, Section 8.16.145 of the Municipal Code of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, as the
same may from time to time be amended. The term garbage, recycle materials, yard waste,
ashes, refuse and rubbish as used in this Agreement shall be deemed to be used as defined in
Chapter 8.16 of the aforementioned Municipal code.
6. COLLECTION RATES
Collector shall have the right to collect, have and retain the rates and fees for the
collecting, hauling, recycling, and disposing of garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes,
refuse and rubbish specified in Exhibit "A" attached hereto, which are in effect at the time of
execution of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Collector shall be entitled to
request an increase in such rates chargeable to customers. If approved by Resolution of the City
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Council of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, the approval shal1 be subject to the following
conditions:
a. Co11ector gives written notice of the amount and the effective date of the proposed
rate increase to the City 30 days prior to written notice to its customers. Once City
ackriowledges_receipt of notice, Co11ector shall mail written notices to all its customers
no less than sixty ( 60) days prior to the proposed effective date of the increase agreed
upon between the City and Collector.
b. Collector has not increased its rates in the twelve (12) months immediately
proceeding the proposed effective date of the increase.
c. At no cost to City, Co11ector shall annually provide City with 'the financial
statements of the Carmel Marina Corporation prepared by a Certified Public Accountant.
Financial statements shall also include a combining schedule showing the operating
results for all divisions of the Company, including complete information regarding how
costs were allocated to Carmel Marina Corporation's Carmel-by-the-Sea's service
operations and complete information with respect to charges from related parties. The
City's goal is to clearly understand and determine the overall fairness of the stand-alone
information for all collection service provided City by Collector. City reserves the right
to request in writing any reasonably related financial information of Co11ector in regard
to the proposed rate increase. Said financial information shall be provided to City within
fifteen ( 15) days of Collector's receipt of the written request therefor.
d. The amount of the proposed cost-of-living portion of the rate increase does not
exceed the lesser of ten percent (1 0%) of the existing rate or three-quarters (3/4) of the
percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the San Francisco- Oakland
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Bay Area (All Items, All Urban Consumers) as published by the United States
Department of Labor for the Twelve- ( 12}-month period immediately prior to the date of
the written notice; less the percentage of operating expenses attributable to dump fees
paid at the disposal site operated by the Monterey Regional Waste Management District.
Formulas
General Increase Per Contract
CPl. Percent (12- month period) x% (per contract)= percent request.
Revenue per latest Collector's financial statement minus dump fee expenditure minus
"Waste Wheeler" rental revenue= adjusted income.
Adjusted income x percent request = dollar increase.
Dollar increase: by Revenue per latest Collector's financial statement x 1.11 Franchise
Fee factor = Adjusted percentage increase.
d. Collector shall receive periodic pass-through rate adjustments to cover the
increased cost of dump fees at the Monterey Regional Waste Management District site as
follows:
i. Upon announcement by the Monterey Regional Waste Management
District of a dump fee rate increase at the disposal site, Collector shall submit, in
writing, data to the City Administrator indicating the impact of the announced
dump fee rate increase on Collector's operating expenses and the percentage of
pass-through adjustment required for the dump fee increase.
ii. Upon approval of the City Administrator, Collector shall be entitled to
increase rates by the pass-through percentage on the effective date of the disposal
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site rate increase as estab1ished by the Monterey Regional Waste Management
District.
iii. Co11ector shall give notice to the City by niail of the amount and purpose
of the rate increase and no more than thirty (30) days thereafter to its customers
which will not be less than sixty ( 60) days in advance of the first billing during
which the rate increase ta.lces City may request a public bearing on said
increase by written notice served on Collector within thirty (30) days of the date of
its receipt of the written notice of rate increase. If such a hearing is requested,
shall determine the amount of an appropriate rate increase based upon the financial
information provided by Collector and any other relevant information it may wish
to consider.
iv. Co1lector shall be entitled to the pass-through increase only for increases
in the dump fees charged to franchised CoiJectors and not for increases in the
dump fees for materials which do not impact Collector's operating expenses for
services to residential and commercial customers in the City limits of City. Dump
fee decreases will be computed in the same manner as increases.
v. In any event, except for increases in dump fees, Collector shall be entitled
to not more than one (1) rate increase in any twelve- (12)- month period for the
purpose of either a cost-of-living adjustment or automatic pass-though of dump fee
increases as set by the Monterey Regional Waste Management District.
Formula
Dump Fee Increase/Decrease
Percentage of new increase/decrease times dump fee per expenditure per latest
Collector's financial statement equals tbe dollar increase/decrease on dump fees
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divided by total revenue, less "Waste Wheeler" rental revenue per latest Collector'.s
financial statement x 1.11 Franchise Fee factor equals percentage of
increase/decrease to consumer.
7. OWNERSHIP
Collector shall become the absolute owner of a11 garbage, recycle materials, yard waste,
ashes; refuse and rubbish collected under this Agreement and shall have the right to salvage all
or any portion of said materials. Collector shall provide, upon request, copies of waste disposal
manifests and comply with all State and Federal environmental laws and regulations in the event
that any collected materials from the waste stream become identified as hazardous materials.
Any and all proceeds received from salvage operations shall be the property of Collector without
any obligation on the part of Collector to account to City for any portion of said proceeds.
8. LAWS TO BE OBSERVED
The services to be performed by Collector under this Agreement shall be performed in a
good and careful manner, and in accordance with sanitary, environmental and all other Jaws and
ordinances presently in force or hereafter enacted governing the performance of franchise work,
by those engaging or employed in the work, or materials and equipment used in the work; by the
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County, the State of California or by the federal
government.
9. DAYS AND HOURS OF COLLECTION
Collector shall provide regular garbage, recycling, yard waste, ashes; refuse, and rubbish
collection to both residential and commercial customers in City during the term of this
Agreement, with garbage, recycling materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse, and rubbish being
collected at least once each week for residential service and as often as required for commercial
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accounts as specified in Chapter 8.16 of City's Municipal Code. No residential collections shall
be made before 6:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. No commercial collections sha11 be made before
7:00a.m. or after 6:00p.m. The days of co11ection shall be detennined by mutual agreement of
City and Collector, and sha11 incJude Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
10. LOCATION OF CONTAINERS FOR COLLECTION
Garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse and rubbish in a11 commercial zones
shaH be screened and placed in a location convenient for both storage and collection. All
garbage, recycle materials and yard waste receptacles in the R - 1 Residential District shaH be
located in the rear or side yard setback, screened from public view, and shall be collected,
emptied, and returned to their original location by the collector not the occupant of the premises.
In all zoning districts of the City, the required commingled recycling receptacles sha11 be carts
provided by the City's recycling collector, with the goal to provide implementation by 1 January
2003. These receptacles are not intended for curbside placement and occupants of the premises
shall not be responsible for the placement or retrieval from the curbside fo11owing collection.
The Collector shall collect and return all receptacles to the designated location in either the rear
or side yard set back of the property. In case of disagreement between Collector and the
occupant as to the location and collection of receptacles in any zone, the City Administrator or
his/her designated representative shall detennine the location.
11. CLEANLINESS
Collector shaH maintain all equipment operated by it in safe repair. Collector shall not
litter the premises of residential or commercial customers or municipal property in the process of
making collections nor allow garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse, rubbish or
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liquids to blow or faJJ from any vehiCle used for coJJections. City shalJ charge Collector for
actual expenses it incurs for any cleanup services from-spills caused by Collector.
12. LABOR AND MATERIALS
Collector shall furnish all necessary labor, equipment and materials required for the
proper performance of services under this Agreement.
13. PUBLIC LIABILITY AND PROPERTY INSURANCE/HOLD HARMLESS
Collector shall indemnify, defend and save City, its public officials, officers, employees
and agents, harmless of and from all claims, demands, actions or causes of action of every kind
and description resulting directly or indirectly, arising out of, or in any way connected with the
performance of or que to any accident or mishap due to garbage, recycle materials, yard waste,
ash, refuse, rubbish, liquid or hazardous waste collections, including any containers or their
contents being placed on public property, or any recycling collection programs including any
containers or bins and their contents being placed on public property or any other services by
Collector under this Agreement, provided such action is not proximately caused by the
negligence of City or its agents. City shall at all times during the term of this Agreement be held
harmless by Collector in regard to any actions arising from the award of the franchise hereunder.
Collector shall at all times during the term of this Agreement maintain in effect a11 required
insurance coverage's. Annually, the Collector shall provide City with a certificate of insurance
and attached endorsement page specifically naming "the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, its public
officials, officers, employees and agents as additional insureds on all policies."
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a. . Public Liability and Property Insurance:
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Collector agrees to provide City with a Certificate of Insurance and attached
endorsement page from an insurance carrier acceptable to City certifying that Collector
has public liability and property damage insurance with limits of not less than two
million dollars ($2,000,000.00) combined single limit for personal injury and property
damage. The certification and attached endorsement page shall indicate this insurance is
primary over any other valid or collectible insurance City may have, that it insures
Collector's performance responsibilities of this Agreement and that the insurance carrier
shall be required to give thirty (30) days prior written notice to City in the event of any
material change in the policy, including cancellation, nonrenewal or expiration thereof
The Certificate of Insurance and attached endorsement page shall be signed by an
authorized official of the insurance carrier.
b. Workers' Compensation Insurance:
Collector shall maintain adequate Workers' Compensation Insurance under the
Jaws of the State of California for all labor employed by it or by any subcontractor under
it who may come within the protection of such Workers' Compensation laws of the State
of California, and shall provide, where practicable, employer's general liability insurance
for the benefit of its employees and the employees of any subcontractor under it not
protected by such compensation laws, and proof of such insurance, satisfactory to City,
shall be given by filing certificates of such insurance with City, in form satisfactory to
City. If such insurance is underwritten by any agency other than the State Workers'
Compensation Fund, such agency shaH be a company authorized to do business in the
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State of California. Collector shall not commence work until certified proof of insurance
has been provided and received by the City.
14. PERMITS AND LICENSES
Collector shall procure and maintain in force and affect all necessary governmental
permits and licenses, pay aiJ charges and fees and give all notices necessary to the due and lawful
prosecution of its work. Collector shall have met all City business license requirements and be
in possession of all required City license( s) upon acceptance of this Agreement by City. All of
collector's vehicles, operating within the City limits of Carmel-by-the-Sea, shall clearly display a
delivery sticker affixed on the left rear bumper of each vehicle.
15. BILLING
Collector shall perform and be responsible for all billing and make al1 collections in
regard to the service it performs and neither City, nor its public officials, officers, employees or
agents shaH be liable for any nonpayment or delinquency in payment of the fees and charges for
garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse or rubbish collection services performed
under this Agreement. Collector shall have the right to bill customers for service three (3)
months in advance of the performance thereof.
16. DISPOSAL
All garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse, rubbish, and other waste
collected (except that salvaged pursuant to paragraph 7 above) shall be disposed of in the place
or specific facilities provided by the Monterey Regional Waste Management District, in
accordance with the terms and provisions of the agreement now in effect between City and said
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District, including all amendments or renegotiations thereof, and the rules and regulations of said
District. Collector shall pay all fees and charges for disposal.
17. SPECIAL GARBAGE, RECYCLE MATERIALS, YARD WASTE, ASHES,
REFUSE AND RUBBISH COLLECTION SERVICES
Special services shall be provided by Collector to City, residents and/or commercial
customers. The following services have previously been ca1culated as part of the rate structure
charged to aU customers within the City Limits of Carmel-by-the-Sea and shall be provided at no
additional cost.
a. Quarterly bulk collection service
Co11ector shall provide special pick-up of one cubic yard of refuse at all residential
properties. Quarterly bulk coHection information shaH be noticed by mail to each
location receiving co11ection service. The first quarterly bulk collection shaH be made
during the first week of January unless an alternative date is agreed upon between the
City and Collector and notice provided to each customer in the preceding quarterly news
Jetter.
b. Special Commercial District Collection Services
Twice daily seven days per week (once before II :00 a.m. and once after 1:30
p.m., but not later than 3:00p.m.):
All City owned curb side garbage receptacles in commercial district
Al1 garbage and recycle receptacles at:
Devendorf Park
First Murphy Park
Piccadilly Park
Forest Hill Park
Margarita Park/Post Office Parking Lot
VistaLobos
All Carmel Beach curbside garbage and recycle receptacles along Scenic Road
between gth Ave. south to Martin Way
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All beach garbage receptacles at the bottom of each stairway access and at
various central locations from the north beach area to south end of Carmel
Beach (total 12 receptacles) once daily.
Note: -Collector to provide City with receptacles to include stenciled
print and international graphics denoting garbage or recycle
collection. Receptacle size and color selected by City.
-Collector may access beach and colJect garbage from receptacles
by use of a City vehicle designated by the Forest, Parks and Beach
Department.
Collection of all City garbage receptacles on both sides of Ocean A venue
from Carpenter Street west to and including the lower Ocean A venue parking
Jot at Carmel Beach and the volleyball courts behind beach restrooms. (once
daily}.
c. Sunset Center Collection Services
Minimum of a twenty-(20}-yard debris box and twice weekly collections
(Monday and Friday)
d. Public Works Corporation Yard Collection Services
At least twice weekly, or more often as necessary, trash and debris shall be
coiJected and transported from the City's Public Works Corporation Yard
between hours of 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. and 1 :30 and 4:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Total number of debris boxes shall not exceed 200 in any calendar year.
All dump fees to be included as part of any automatic pass-through dump fee rate
increase announced by the Monterey Regional Waste Management District.
e. Scout House Collection Services
At least two (2) 96-gallon waste wheeler garbage and recycle receptacles
at City's Scout House located at the northeast comer of Mission Street and Eighth
A venue. Said containers shall be coiJected Tuesday and Thursday of each week.
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f. Forest Theatre Collection Services
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All waste wheeler trash and recycle container collections and recycle
awareness training programs as follows:
Summer season schedule April through October ( 5 days weekly)
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Winter season schedule November through March ( 3 days weekly)
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
Recycle awareness program
Provide annual summer theatre season recycle awareness training for all
theatre user groups prior to each group' s season opening.
Yard waste/wood waste recycle collection
Provide minimum one 20 yard debris box for each Forest Theatre user
group during post theatrical season for set deconstruction, and wood
recycling and one box of appropriate size for garbage and waste.
g. Fire and Police Departments Collection Service
One (1) each, two (2)-yard dumpsters at City's Fire Department located on
Sixth Avenue between Mission and San Carlos Streets, and at City's Police
Department located at the southeast comer of Junipero and Fourth Avenues. Said
dumpsters shall_be collected weekly.
h. Special Events
Four ( 4)-yard dumpsters or 96-gallon waste wheeler receptacles as
determined by City for City sponsored special events or holiday weekends.
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Occasion
July 4th
Sand Castle Contest
Surfabout Contest
Day Weekend
Labor Day Weekend
i. Holida:r Tree Recycle
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Maximum Dumpsters
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In December and January provide 30-yard debris boxes, as needed, for
collection of discarded holiday trees at City designated locations as part of City's
yard collection services.
18. COLLECTION OF CITY WASTE
Collector shall provide collection service of-garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes,
refuse and rubbish to the facilities of City listed on Exhibit "B" attached hereto and incorporated
herein by reference. The frequency of collection at these facilities is detailed in Exhibit "B."
Collection of garbage, recycle materials, yard waste, ashes, refuse and rubbish by Collector at
any additional City facilities shall be by mutual written agreement, and for additional
consideration to Collector.
19. RECYCLING AND YARD WASTE SERVICES AND PROGRAMS
The recycling prognim that is in existence for residential and commercial customers
within the Cannel-by-the-Sea city limits at the time of execution of this Agreement shall remain
in effect during the term hereof.
a. Weekly collection of all commingled recycle materials including paper,
magazines, aluminum, glass, bi-metal cans, cardboard, yard waste, and numbers 1
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through 7 plastics in the residential and commercial zones at the time of normal
refuse collection.
b. Collector shall supply all residential and commercial customers \Y'itb the
required commingled, single source recycling and a yard waste (64 gallon size or
smaller) receptacle with the goal to provide implementation by 1 July 2002. Size
of each determined per customer's choice.
c. Upon receiving a request from any customer within City's boundaries,
Collector shall make available to said customer(s), at Collector's cost, composting
bins for the purpose of recycling compostable yard waste materials. Collector
shall also make composting bins available to City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
customers, through advertising in each issue of its regular quarterly newsletter.
d. In addition to cardboard recycling collections, Collector shall provide, free
of charge, two (2) two (2) yard dumpster containers for central collection of
recycled cardboard. Cardboard recycling containers shall be located on City
property at two (2) locations designated by City. Collector shall pick up all clean
recycled cardboard three (3) times each week.
e. Collector shaH provide ongoing educational information to customers
about all source-reduction recycling programs to all residents and businesses via
regular billing notices, the Collector's quarterly newsletter and local news media.
New customers within City shall receive educational information about all
recycling programs and necessary receptacJes for commingled recycling materials,
yard waste and garbage.
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f . All programs are to be viewed as City of Carmel-by-the-Sea source-
reduction recycling programs. Information about the programs and encouragement
to participate will be presented in local media by City representatives.
g. All recycle programs will include City's conunercial and residential zones.
Collector shall make a daily pickup of recyclables 7 days per week m all
commercial zones.
h. On January I, 1989, City approved a 4.2% rate increase to Collector to
cover costs of the recycling program's implementation. This increase was applied
to the rate in effect at that time. Any future adjustments to the fee charged for
recycli_ng must be negotiated between City and Collector, but will not be based in
any way to increases derived via pass-through adjustments.
i. The parties hereto agree to pursue additional recycling programs and any
other mandates established as a result of California State Assembly Bill 939 or
other local, state, or federal legislation as determined by both parties hereto.
j. The recycling program described herein shall remain in effect during the
entire term of this Agreement unless a release from City is given.
iO. CITY PARKS RECEPTACLES AND ENCLOSURES BY 1 JULY 2002 AND
BEYOND
a. Provide commingled recycle and garbage receptacles in various City Parks as
directed by City.
b. Provide City designed receptacle enclosures at colJectors expense as directed
by City reimbursement for expenses to be determined.
Locations and quantity:
Forest Hill Park (2)
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DevendorfPark (3)
Murphy Park (2)
USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC
FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE I JANUARY 2004
Mission Trail Nature Preserve and Native Plant Garden (2)
21. HARDSCAPE SURFACES CLEANING CONTRACT FOR THE
COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, SCENIC ROAD, AND THE SUNSET
COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL CENTER
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Work consists of hot water pressure wash of the following hardscape areas:
Bid Item #1: City Area shown within the broken outline (refer to attached map to
Cleaning Contract Agreement next page). Except for the east side of Junipero between
7'h and 8
1
h Avenues, north and south sides of 8
1
h Avenue between Junipero Avenue and
Mission Street, and north and south sides of 5
1
h A venue between Monte Verde and
Lincoln Streets, sidewalk cleaning includes both sides of the street.
a. Annually, First 2 weeks in October or as modified from time to time.
b. AnnualJy, Last 2 weeks in May or as modified from time to time.
Bid Item #2: Ocean Avenue, Devendorf Park, Piccadilly Park shown within yelJow
cross-hatched area (refer to map Exhibit A of Hardscape Cleaning Contract). Sidewalk
and patio cleaning includes both sides of Ocean A venue and the hardscapes bordering
and interior to Devendorf Park.
a. Annually, First 2 weeks in January or as modified from time to time.
b. Annually, Last 2 weeks in July or as modified from time to time.
Bid Item #3: Scenic Road, 8
1
h Avenue to Martin Way. Clean all trash enclosures and
receptacles.
Bid Item #4: Sunset Community and Cultural Center's hardscape sidewalks, patios,
stairways, ramps, and trash enclosures.
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Vista Lobos
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7 Suns
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9 City Hall
10 Tennis courts
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Mary Austm 12.
Park
USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC.
FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
EFFECTIVE I JAN. 2003
RESIDENTIAL RATES
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
4.7% RATE INCREASE
Effective January 1, 2003
Exhibit A
Cans/Y ardwaste
Cans Month Quarter Yearly/Discount
$17.59 $52.77 $193.49
2 $25.76 $77.27 $283.32
3 $33.73 $101.20 $371.08
4 $41.90 $125.70 $460.91
5 $49.99 $149.98 $549.94
6 $58.56 $175.68 $644.15
7 $64.87 $194.62 $713.59
1-45 gal $21.70 $65.11 $238.75
2-45 gal $33.73 $101.20 $371.08
Carts/Yardwaste
Cans Month Quarter Yearly/Discount
1-20 cart $15.47 $46.42 $170.24
1C/38 $19.29 $57.86 $212.08
2C/64 $30.50 $91.50 $335.46
3C/96 $38.66 $115.97 $425.21
96+1C $46.58 $139.74 $512.42
2C2WW $46.58 $139.75 $512.42
3C2WW $54.16 $162.49 $595.81
Month
Extra Can $3.76
Extra Bag $3.76
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USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC.
FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
COMMERCIAL CAN RATES
EFFECTIVE I JAN. 2003
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Exhibit A 4.7% RATE lNCREASE
Effective January 1, 2003
Times Per Week
#of cans 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $19.92 $39.84 $50.51 $61.42 $72.27 $97.47 $ 128.88
2 $30.89 $58.63 $90.41 $112.82 $151.84 $204.01 $ 261.59
3 $41.50 $83.17 $124.68 $162.44 $204.01 $267.27 $ 334.28
4 $52.41 $104.64 $157.17 $209.11 $296.02 $335.32 $ 406.52
5 $63.20 $130.37 $189.65 $248.83 $312.03 $396.51 $478.18
6 $74.22 $147.80 $221.91 $296.02 $369.83 $465.16 $ 549.97
7 $84.90 $169.56 $253.98 $339.18 $422.77 $566.43 $ 664.06
8 $95.63 $188.11 $186.95 $382.58 $478.03 $595.36 $ 705.33
9 $106.60 $212.78 $319.44 $426.02 $532.39 $660.33 $ 782.92
10 $117.68 $234.60 $352.11 $469.01 $586.52 $725.02 $ 860.35
Times Per Week
164 gal carts I
#of carts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $38.36 $62.43 $86.62 $124.98 $163.33 $207.41 $ 251.54
2 $76.61 $145.79 $166.32 $242.79 $319.07 $406.50 $ 490.52
Times Per Week
j96 gal carts I
#of carts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $47.31 $88.98 $132.09 $166.54 $213.85 $271.41 $ 325.82
2 $85.79 $156.28 $218.82 $302.66 $375.76 $474.82 $ 573.49
3 $118.33 $225.82 $336.99 $452.15 $568.37 $674.80 $ 804.97
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USA WASTE OF CALIFORNIA, INC.
FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
COMMERCIAL CONTAINER RATES
EFFECTIVE I JAN. 2003
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
4.7% RATE l N C R E ~ E Exhibit A
Effective Jan. 1, 2003
Times Per Week
1 Yard
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $109.26 $205.48 $281.19 $353.47 $425.73 $541 .23 $ 666.88
Times Per Week
11/2 Yard
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $139.80 $267.50 $399.00 $427.69 $500.79 $561.56 $ 717.06
2 $252.38 $561.91
Times Per Week
2 Yard
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $160.55 $267.50 $399.00 $642.61 $500.79 $805.82 $ 990.44
2 $299.76 $561.91
Times Per Week
3 Yard
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $227.30 $401.07 $561.51 $694.96 $802.33 $962.63 N/A
Times Per Week
3 Yard bin surcharge
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $296.26 $547.63 $708.30 $801.08 $908.92 $1,095.14 N/A
Times Per Week
4 Yard
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $302.42 $547.63 $802.26 $1,176.84 N/A
Times Per Week
4 Yard bin surcharge
#of bins 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 $375.58 $614.38 $952.73 $1 ,055.60 $1,228.95 $1 ,476. 58 N/A
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PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST LOG 2014

Request No. 2014-104

Information Requested: Public Consulting Group contracts - all Invoices and
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Summary of Public Consulting Group- payments
Date Check# Amount
2/ 5/ 2014 127810 2300
2/ 21/ 2014 127907 2300
3/20/2014 128062 300
5/ 9/ 2014 128343 19940.06
5/ 30/ 2014 128450 18941.63
6/13/2014 128535 5406.51
6/27/2014 128622 12855
8/8/2014 128859 15410
9/26/2013 127102 18500
10/ 4/ 2013 127131 9100
10/23/2013 127263 26567.9
12/6/ 2013 127468 17400
12/ 20/ 2013 127585 5006.51
5/ 8/ 2013 126298 9484.5
6/ 5/ 2013 126450 11983.25
6/ 19/ 2013 126629 30035.96
8/2/2013 126830 18817.17
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ASD-PcS-PCG-IT-019-2014-15
CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
THIS CONTRACT is day of"(;, 41 2014, by and between the
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, hereinafter referred to and Public Consulting
Group, Inc., hereinafter called "CONSULTANT'.
IT IS HEREBY MUTUALLY AGREED AS FOLLOWS:
1. Scope. CONSULTANT hereby agrees to provide to CITY, as the scope of
services under this Contract the services set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and
incorporated herein by this reference.
2. Timely Work. CONSULTANT shall perform all duties incidental or
necessary in a timely fashion; and shall be performed diligently, competently, and in
accordance with professional standards of performance. Failure to so perform is hereby
deemed a material breach of this Contract, and CITY may terminate this Contract with no
further liability hereunder. City may agree in writing with CONSULTANT to an extension
of time. It is expressly agreed and understood that CONSULTANT shall not be held
responsible for delays occasioned by factors beyond their control, nor by factors that could
not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of execution of this CONTRACT.
3. Term. The work under this Contract shall commence February 2014, and
shall terminate January 2015. The parties may agree to extend or amend this Contract
prior to its expiration.
4. Compensation. CITY shall pay CONSULTANT in an amount not to
exceed $75,000 in accordance with this Contract.
Compensation under this Contract shall become due and payable thirty (30)
days after CITY's approval of CONSULTANTS submission of monthly written invoices.
Written invoices shall clearly itemize each charge. The payment of any compensation to
CONSULTANT hereunder shall be contingent upon performance of the terms and
conditions of this Contract to the satisfaction of the City Administrator.
If the City Administrator determines that the work set forth in the written
invoice has not been performed in accordance with the terms of this Contract, CITY shall
not be responsible for payment until such time as the work has been satisfactorily
performed.
5. Additional Services. In the event that CITY should request additional
services not covered by the terms of this Contract, said services will be provided by
CONSULTANT and paid for by CITY only after a fee for said services has been agreed upon
between CONSULTANT and City Administrator and the City Administrator provides
written authorization for the additional work.
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6. Meet and Confer. CONSULTANT agrees to meet and confer with CITY or
its agents or employees with regard to services as set forth herein as may be required by
City Administrator to insure timely and adequate performance of this Contract.
7. Indemnification. CONSULTANT hereby agrees to the following
indemnification clause:
To the fullest extent permitted by law (including, without limitation,
California Civil Code Sections 2782 and 2782.6), CONSULTANT shall defend (with legal
counsel reasonably acceptable to designated agents, departments, officials, representatives,
and employees (collectively "Indemnitees") from and against claims, loss, cost, damage,
injury expense and liability (including incidental and consequential damages, court costs,
reasonable attorneys' fees, litigation expenses and fees of expert consultants or expert
witnesses incurred in connection therewith and costs of investigation) to the extent they
arise out of, pertain to, or relate to, the negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct of
CONSULTANT, any SUB-CONSULTANT, anyone directly or indirectly employed by them,
or anyone that they control (collectively "Liabilities"). Such obligations to defend, hold
harmless and Indemnify any Indemnitee shall not apply to the extent that such Liabilities
are caused in part by the negligence, or willful misconduct of such Indemnitee.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the above paragraph, CONSULTANT
agrees to indemnify and hold harmless CITY from and against any and all claims, demands,
defense costs, liability, expense, or damages arising out of or in connection with damage to
or loss of any property belonging to CONSULTANT or CONSULTANT'S employees,
contractors, representatives, patrons, guests or invitees.
CONSULTANT further agrees to indemnify CITY for damage to or loss of
CITY OF CARMELBYTHESEA property to the proportionate extent they arise out of
CONSULTANT'S negligent performance of the work associated with this Contract or to the
proportionate extent they arise out of any negligent act or omission of CONSULTANT or any
of CONSULTANT'S employees, agents, contractors, representatives, patrons, guests or
invitees; excepting such damage or loss arising out of the negligence of CITY.
8. Insurance. CONSULTANT shall submit and maintain in full force
insurance as described herein. Without altering or limiting CONSULTANT'S duty to
indemnify, CONSULTANT shall maintain in effect throughout the term of this Contract, a
policy or policies of insurance with the following minim urn limits of liability:
Commercial general liability insurance including but not limited to premises,
personal injuries, bodily injuries, products, and completed operations, with a combined
single limit of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 in the aggregate.
Professional Liability Insurance CONSULTANT shall maintain in effect
throughout the term of this Contract professional liability insurance with limits of not less
than $1,000,000 per claim and $2,000,000 in the aggregate. CONSULTANT will either
maintain or cause to be maintained professional liability coverage in full force or obtain
extended reporting (tail) coverage (with the same liability limits) for at least three (3) years
following CITY'S acceptance of work.
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Workers' Compensation Insurance If CONSULTANT employs others in the
performance of this Contract, CONSULTANT shall maintain workers' compensation
insurance in accordance with California Labor Code section 3700 and with a minimum of
$100,000 per occurrence for employers' liability.
9. Ownership of Work. Upon completion of the work under this Contract,
ownership and title to all materials and deliverables produced as part of this Contract will
automatically be vested in CITY and no further contract will be necessary to transfer
ownership to CITY.
10. Licensing. CONSULTANT represents that it is properly licensed to perform
the work specified under this Contract, including but not limited to, possession of a current
city business license.
11. Termination. This Contract may be terminated by either party upon
thirty (30) calendar days written notice to the other party. In the event of such termination,
CITY shall pay CONSULTANT for all services performed to the satisfaction of CITY to the
date of receipt of notice of termination. An itemized statement of the work performed to the
date of termination shall be submitted to CITY. In ascertaining the services actually
rendered hereunder up to the date of termination of this Contract, consideration shall be
given to both completed work and work in process of completion, and to complete and
incomplete drawings and other documents whether delivered to CITY or in the possession of
the CONSULTANT.
12. Agency. In performing the services specified under this Contract,
CONSULTANT is hereby deemed to be an independent CONSULTANT and not an agent or
employee of CITY.
13. Authority of the City Administrator. CONSULTANT shall perform all
necessary services provided under this Contract and outlined in the proposal and shall do,
perform, and carry out said work in a satisfactory and proper manner as determined by and
to the satisfaction of the City Administrator. The City Administrator reserves the right to
make changes, additions or deletions, to the scope of work as deemed necessary or advisable
to implement and carry out the purposes of this Contract. The City Administrator is
authorized to execute change orders.
14. Responsibility of Consultant. By executing this CONSULTANT represents
and state to CITY that he/she possesses, or will arrange to secure from others, all necessary
professional capabilities, experience, resources and facilities necessary to provide to city the
services contemplated under this Contract. CONSULTANT further warrants that he/she
will follow the current generally accepted practices of the profession to make findings,
render opinions, prepare factual presentations, and provide professional advice and
recommendations regarding the project for which services are rendered under this Contract.
15. Materials and Equipment. CONSULTANT shall furnish at his/her own
expense, all materials and equipment necessary to carry out the terms of this Contract.
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16. Digital Files. CONSULTANT shall furnish copies of all deliverables on
compact disks (for example, final report) in digital format. Files shall be compatible with the
current versions used by PC computers.
17. Audit Authority. CONSULTANT shall keep full and detailed accounts and
exercise such controls as may be necessary for proper financial management under this
Contract; the accounting and control systems shall be satisfactory to CITY. CITY and CITY's
auditor shall be afforded access to CONSULTANT's records, books, correspondence and
other data relating to this Contract. CONSULTANT shall preserve these records, books,
correspondence and other data relating to this Contract for a period of four (4) years after
final payment or for such longer period as may be required by law. In addition,
CONSULTANT agrees to make said records, books, correspondence and other data relating
to this Contract available to CITY at CITY's principle place of business upon seventy-two
(72) hours advance written notice. The City Administrator, or his or her designee, shall at all
times have the right to inspect the work, services, or materials. CONSULTANT shall
furnish all reasonable aid and assistance required by CITY for the proper examination of the
work or services and all parts thereof. Such inspection shall not relieve CONSULTANT form
any obligation to perform said work or services strictly in accordance with the specifications
of any modifications thereof and in compliance with the law.
18. Notices. All notices herein provided to be given, or which may be given by
either party to the other, shall be considered fully received when made in writing and
deposited in the United States mail, certified and postage prepaid, and addressed to the
respective parties as follows:
CITY:
CONSULTANT:
City Administrator
City of Carmel-By-The-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel By-The-Sea, CA 93921
Public Consulting Group, Inc.
2150 River Place Drive, Suite 380
Sacramento, CA 95833
19. Entire Contract. This Contract constitutes the entire contract between
the parties hereto and supersedes any and all prior contracts, whether oral or written,
relating to the subject matter thereof. Any modification of this Contract will be effective
only if it is in writing signed by both parties hereto.
20. Validitv. If any provision in this Contract is held by a court of competent
jurisdiction to be invalid, void or unenforceable, the remaining provisions will continue in
full force without being impaired or invalidated in any way.
21. Assienment of Interest. The duties under this Contract shall not be
assignable, delegable, or transferable without the prior written consent of CITY. Any such
purported assignment, delegation, or transfer shall constitute a material breach of this
Contract upon which CITY may terminate this Contract and be entitled to damages.
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22. Conflict of Interest. CONSULTANT shall at all time avoid conflicts of
interest, or the appearance of conflicts of interest, in the performance of this Contract.
CONSULTANT shall file statements of financial interest on forms provided by CITY to the
extent and at the times required by CITY'S Conflict of Interest Code and applicable law.
During the term of this Contract CONSULTANT shall not directly or
indirectly, either as a partner, employer, employee, consultant, principal, and agent or in
any individual or representative capacity, engage or participate in any business or
voluntary activity on behalf of any other party on any property located within the City of
Carmel-By-The-Sea without notification to City Administrator.
23. Non-discrimination/Affirmative Action. CONSULTANT will not
discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, creed,
color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, physical or other motor handicap, unless
based upon bonafide occupational disqualification.
CONSULTANT will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are
employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race,
creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, physical or other motor handicap.
24. Counteroarts. This Contract may be executed in multiple originals, each
of which is deemed to be an original, and may be signed in counterparts.
25. Laws. CONSULTANT agrees that in the performance of this Contract it
will reasonably comply with all applicable state, federal and local laws and regulations.
This Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State
of California and the City of Carmel-By-The-Sea.
26. Attorneys Fees and Court Venue. Should either party to this Contract
bring legal action against the other, (formal judicial proceeding, mediation or arbitration),
the case shall be handled in Monterey County, California, and the party prevailing in such
action shall be entitled to a reasonable attorney's fee which shall be fixed by the judge,
mediator or arbitrator hearing the case and such fee shall be included in the judgment,
together with all costs.
27. Severability. If any term of this Contract is held invalid by a court of
competent jurisdiction, the remainder of this Contract shall remain in effect.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Contract is entered into by the parties hereto in
Carmel, California, on the day and year first written above.
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1. Understanding of the Engagement
Exhibit A
The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea recently adopted an Information Technology Strategic
Plan and is seeking a contractor to provide Implementation Support Services for Year 1
of the Plan. This includes:
Modernizing the current technology infrastructure by increasing network capacity
and strengthening network security;
Redesigning the City's Website;
Implementing a new Financial and Payroll I Human Resource (HR) system;
Beginning an upgrade of the Granicus system to include the implementation of
an automated Agenda Packet; and
Beginning detailed planning for Online City Hall and other important initiatives.
PCG proposes a team comprised of both executive and technical level consultants to
guide and manage the City's IT Plan implementation. At the executive level, typically, a
city government Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for directing and/or
coordinating the development and deployment of a broad range of information services
and all aspects of information technology within the organization to achieve the city's
goals and support its constituents. This includes responsibility for setting and
commu1,1icating vision, strategy, direction, architecture, standards, guidelines, policies,
planning, coordination, and oversight for information technology across all agencies,
departments and offices. The CIO is responsible for ensuring the city's deployment of
information technology serves the business needs of the city government through the
efficient and effective development and deployment of the city's information technology
resources.
Good project managers and a strong technical staff are necessary to ensure a sound
implementation of IT projects on-time and within budget, with a close eye on minimizing
scope creep. This includes carefully defining project scope, requirements, budget and
schedule as well as over-seeing the work of vendors hired to implement the selected
hardware and software. A successful implementation requires that all components of
the project come together seamlessly to meet the organization's goals while balancing
the need to get work done in the meantime.
In close coordination and partnership with the City, PCG consultants will ensure the
fulfillment of the required executive, management and technical roles outline above in
order to successfully implement the recently adopted IT Strategic Plan.
2. Statement of Work
Public Consulting Group, Inc. proposes a strong team to assist the City in its
implementation.
Ms. Sally Nagy will provide CIO Advisory, Project Management, and related services to
the City. Working in partnership with City departments, Ms. Nagy shall fulfill the
following objectives, expectations and duties:
Oversee the implementation of the lnfonnation Technology Strategic Plan;
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Table of Contents
Exhibit A
1. UNDERSTANDING OF THE ENGAGEMENT .......................................................... 1
2. STATEMENT OF WORK .......................................................................................... 1
3. REPORTING ............................................................................................................ 2
4. COMPENSATION ..................................................................................................... 2
5. PAYMENT ................................................................................................................. 3
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Exhibit A
Assist the City in its procurement and/or hiring effort to obtain IT support
services;
Ensure that the City's deployment of information technology serves the business
needs of the City through the efficient and effective development and deployment
of the City's information technology resources;
Provide recommendations regarding the overall management of the City's IT
resources, including staffing, budgets, standards, and projects; and
Advise the City Council and senior City management on information technology
matters.
In addition, she will serve as Project Manager, providing day-to-day planning and
oversight of the various projects identified in the IT Strategic Plan. She will also provide
technical and business analyst expertise.
Sr. Level Consultants will provide subject matter expertise as necessary based upon
the particular application being implemented. For example, during the Finance system
implementation, PCG will add support from a financial system specialist to work with City
staff to define requirements and select a solution.
Austin Wagenknecht will provide Business Analyst support, including:
Work with City staff to define and document business needs;
Assist in the development of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) in accordance with
IT Plan initiatives.
3. Reporting
The PCG Team will report to Ms. Nagy who will report to the City Administrator or his
designee.
4. Compensation
The City shall pay PCG according to the schedule below for services pursuant to this
agreement.
Consultant Hourly Rate
Ms. Nagy $160
Sr. Consultant $145
Mr. Wagenknecht $85
Work will be conducted both on-site and remotely. For each trip a consultant makes to
the City, PCG will charge a flat travel cost of $1,000 which represents reimbursement for
car travel and for a portion (but not all) of travel time. Meals will be reimbursed at the
Federal Per Diem rate, and hotel and pre-approved miscellaneous expenses will be
billed separately supported by receipts.
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Payment shall be made monthly upon submittal of an invoice.
Payment
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INV 14186 1/7/14 ----
TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES PROVIDED TO CARMEL
DEC 1-DEC 30,2014 I
Acct: 01 67053 300.00
PRICE TOTAL
300.00
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P.O. TOTAL
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INVOICE
PUBLIC CONSULTING
- CROUP -
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-tl1e-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul- !'hone: f/31-62{)-2000
CONTACf PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
December 1- December 31,2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
1.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Tmvcl RchHed Expenses for Sallv Nngv
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in December 2013
Hours provided by JeffHeHzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour

INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
$ 200.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 200.00 $
$ 200.00 $
SUBTOTAL

TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14186
7th January 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
300.00
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300.00
300.00
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vendor Vendor Name I Date 05/09/14 I Ck # 128343
128343
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
PCGOO PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice Description Gross Amount Disc . Amount Total Amount I
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14299- 04/16/14 I PO #67-003188 PURCHASE ORDER
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1,400 . 00
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01 67053 I INVOICE# 14299 4/16/2014
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1,400 . 00
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14300- 04/16/14 fPO #67 - 003188 PURCHASE ORDER
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500 . 00
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01 6 7053 fiNVOICE# 14300 4/16/2014
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700.00
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CHECK DATE PAYEXACTl.V
05/09/14 *****19,940.06
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BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
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Page: 001
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CA 93921
VENDOR NO: PCGOO
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TECH SERVICES
MARCH 1-31 2014

Acct: 01 67053 700.00
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0002 INVOICE# 14299 4/16/2014
TECH SERVICES
MARCH1-31 2014
ASDPCSPCGTECH22013- 14
Acct: 01 67053 1400.00
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INVOICE# 14300 4/16/2014
MD SERVICES
MARCH1-31 2014
ASDPCSPCGMB00313-14
Acct: 01 67053 500.00
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0004 INVOICE# 14301 4/16/2014
IT SERVICES
MARCH1-31 2014
ASDPCSPCGIT0192014-15
Acct: 01 67053 17340.06
Approved Approved
Deanna Allen
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-003188 05/09/14
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
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700.00
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 19940.06
P.O. TOTAL
$ 19940.06
PUBLIC CONSULTINC
CI\.OUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul - Phone: f/3 I -1120-2000
CONTACf PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
March 1- March 31,2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
3.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in March 2014
Hours provided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
A7V-? e-s-rc&-teCj
$
$
$
$
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
1,000.00 $
200.00 $
200.00 $
14288
16th April2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
700.00
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SUBTOTAL $ 700.00
TOTAL $ 700.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PUBLIC CONSULTINC
CROUP
Bill To:
Ci_ty of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul- Pllonr!: 831-620- 2(}(}0
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea
March 1- March 31, 2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
7.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
/t5P- VLS- (L&-lCcJr
$
$
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
1,000.00 $
14299
16th April 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
1,400.00
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SUB TOTAL $ 1,400.00
TOTAL $ 1,400.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PUBLIC CONSULTING
CR.OLIP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Su.wm Paul- Ph nne: 83! -620-2(}00
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91 I 85-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
March 1- March 31, 2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
5.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Ex[!enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in March 2014
A7P
$
$
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
100.00 $
1,000.00 $
14300
16th Aprii20J4
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
500.00
-

1'/
SUBTOTAL $ 500.00
TOTAL $ 500.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PUHLJC CONSULTINC
CROUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sustl/1 Puuf- !'II one: 83 f - 620-20(}0
CONTACT PERSON CONTRACT NUMBER
Barbara Moesta ASD-PCS-PCG-IT-019-2014-15
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91 185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Implementation Support Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
March 1- March 31, 2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
28.00 @ $160.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1 ,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: March 10- March 12,2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
3/10/14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
3/li/J4- MeaJ Per Diem
3/12/14 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Hours provided by Dwayne Carter
52.00 @ $145.00 per hour
Travel Related Ex (lenses for Dwayne Carter
Trip Dates: March 10- March 12, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
3/ 1 Oil 4 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
3/1 1/14- MeaJ Per Diem
3/12/ 14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Hours provided by Austin Wagenknecht
37.50 @ $85.00 per hour
Travel Related Ex11enses for Austin Wagenknecht
Trip Dates: March 10- March 12,2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
3/10/14- MeaJ Per Diem (Travel Day)
3/11114 - Meal Per Diem
3/12/J4- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
$ 160.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 219.82 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 71.00 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 145.00 $
$ 180.22 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 71.00 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 85.00 $
$ 200.02 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 71.00 $
$ 53.25 $
SUBTOTAL $
TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 9 5833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14301
16th April2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
4,480.00
1,000.00
219.82
53.25
71.00
53.25
7,540.00
180.22
53.25
71.00
53.25
3,187.50
200.o2
53.25
71.00
53.25
17,.540.06
17,340.06

BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS ft 5TH STREET
CA 93921
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03/12/2014 09:06AM
Loyalty Club: 6006637434484432 PLATINUM
Registered To:
NAGY, SALLY
1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95835
UNITED STATES
(916) 704-6701
Posting Oper Acctto Description From
03/ 10/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
03/10/14 JD 9 CITY TAX
03/10/ 14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
03/ 11 /14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
03/11/14 JD 9 CITY TAX
03/ 11 /14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
03/ 12/14 JD vs PAYMENT VISA/MC
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CarmelBestWestern@Gmail.com
http://www. carmelbestwestern.com
Room# 329-A
Conf # 42774
Arrival
Departure
Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 2 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct XXXX-XXXXXXXX-9203
Reference
9203 - 035313
Balance Due
Amount I
$116.10] '
$11.61 :
$2.00., -
$80.10].
$8.01
$2.00,,z: .
$219.82-
$0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
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EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEl Y OWNED AND OPERA TED

lD.de.c 3}t6-
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
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C/0 03/12/2014 09:07AM JD
Registered To:
CARTER, DWAYNE
3020 Parkfield Drive
Fairfield, CA 94533
UNITED STATES
(707) 718-4569
Posting Oper
03 / 10/14 JD
03/10/14 JD
03/10/14 JD
03/11 / 14 JD
03 / 11 / 14 JD
03 / 11/14 JD
03/ 12/ 14 JD
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ROOM CHARGE
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COUNTY TOURISM
ROOM CHARGE
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PAYMENT VISA/ MC
(831) 624-1261
CarmelBestWesternGma il. com
http: / /www.carmelbestwestern.com
Room# 331-A
Conf # 695680175-01

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eparture 03/12/14
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Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-8833
Reference
8833 - 070589
Balance Due
Amount
$89.10J
$8.91 [
$2.00. "'
S89.Hr"'1
$8.91 ;
$2 .. 00 J_
\ $200.02- .
$0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x. __________________________________________ ___
-uEST SIGNATURE
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
CARLOS & 5TH STREET
,ARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
C/0 03/12/2014 09:07AM JD
Loyalty Club: 6006637440447795
BASE
Registered To:
WAGENKNECHT, AUSTIN
8238 DERBYSHIRE CIRCLE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95828
UNITED STATES
(916) 5242132
Posting Oper AcctCo Description
03/10/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
03/10/14 JD 9 CITY TAX
03/ 10/14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
03/ 11 / 14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
03/11 / 14 JD 9 CITY TAX
03/11/14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
03/12/14 JD AX PAYMENT AMEX
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Room# 330-A
Conf # 904420772-01
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Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Amex
Acct XXXX-XXXXXX-X1007
Reference
1007 - 505172
Balance Due
Amount
$8.01
$2.00
$80.10
$8.01
$2.00
c $f 80.22.- , ::,
$0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.

)UEST SIGNATURE
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
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I Date 05/30/14 j Ck # Venda:- vendor Name 128450
CfTY OF CARMEL-BY-THE..SEA
128450
PCGOO PUBLI C CONSULTING GROUP
Invoice ID I nv Date Invoice Gross Amount Disc. Amount Total Amount
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14333- 05/13/14 IPO #67-003218 PURCHASE ORDER .00 1,600 00
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01 67053 I INVOICE# 14333 5/13/14 1,600 00 .00
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14334- 05/13/14 IPO #67-003218 PURCHASE ORDER .00 16' 841.63
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01 67053 I I NVOICE# 14334 5/13/14 16,841.63 00
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14335- 05/13/14 I PO #67-003218 PURCHASE ORDER . 00 500 00
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01 67053 I INVOICE# 14335 5/13/14 500 00 .00
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Totals 18,941 63
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THE FACE OF THIS CHECK HAS A SECURITY VOID BACKGROUND PATTERN DO NOT CASH IF THE WORD VOID IS VISIBLE
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The City of Carmel-by-the-$ea
CALIFORNIA 93921 .
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PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
LOCKBOX OPER # 515719
LOS ANGELES CA 90051 -5201
CHECK DATE
05/30/14
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*****18, 941.63
VOID IF NOT CASHED IN 180 DAYS
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
PURCHASE ORDER
Page: 001
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City of Carmel -by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CARMEL, CA 93921
VENDOR NO: PCGOO
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N LOS ANGELES, CA 90051 5201
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ITEM DESCRIPTION
0001 INVOICE# 14333 5113114
TECH ASSESSMENT SERVICES
ASDPCSPCG002-13-14 APRIL 1- 30 2014
Acct: 01 67053 1600.00
0002 INVOICE# 14334 5/13114
IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SERVICES
ASDPCSPCGIT-01 9-2014-15
APRIL 1- 30 2014
Acct: 01 67053 16841.63
UU03 INVOICE# 14335 5113114
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
ASDPCSPCGMB-003-13-14
APRIL 1 - 30 2014
Acct: 01 67053 500.00
Approved
Deanna Allen
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This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-003218 05129114
Not Val id Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831)620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
v""'..... 1600.00
--------------------- / -------------------
/ 16841.63
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v 500.00
PAGE TOTAL
$18941 .63
P.O. TOTAL
$ 18941.63
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INVOICE
PUBLIC CONSULTINC
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul- Phone: 831-620-2000
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(9 I 6) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 5157I9
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
April I - April30, 2014
Hours provided bl:: Salll:: NaK:l::
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip}
0.00@ $1 ,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in April 2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
I 6.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Hours provided bi Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Garl:: Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour

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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
$ 200.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 100.00 $
$ 200.00 $
$ 200.00 $
j
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14333
13th May 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
-
-
1,600.00
-
-
1,600.00
1,600.00
I
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PUBLIC CONSULTINC
GROUP -- - -
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul- Phone: 83!-620-2000
CONTACT PERSON CONTRACT NUMBER
Barbara Moesta ASD-PCS-PCG-IT-019-2014-15
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing Implementation Support Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
April 1 - April 30, 2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
61.00 @ $160.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
2.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: April1 - April3, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
4/ l/14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
4/2/ 14- Meal Per Diem
Trip Dates: April14- April16, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
4/ 14/ 14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
4/ 15/ 14 - Meal Per Diem
4/16/14 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Hours provided by Dwayne Carter
15.00 @$145.00perhour
Travel Related Expenses for Dwayne Carter
Trip Dates: April 1 -April 3, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
4/ 1/ 14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
4/2/14- Meal Per Diem
Hours provided by Austin Wagenknecht
14.00 @ $85.00 per hour
Travel Related Expenses for Austin Wagenknecht
Trip Dates: March 10- March 12, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
411/14- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
4/2/14- Meal Per Diem
UNIT PRICE
$ 160.00
$ 1,000.00
$ 259.42
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 308.92
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 53.25
$ 145.00
$ 299.02
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 85.00
$ 299.02
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
21 SO River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
$ 9,760.00
$ 2,000.00
$ 259.42
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 308.92
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 53.25
$ 2,175.00
$ 299.02
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 1,190.00
$ 299.02
$ 53.25
$ 71.00
$ 16,H41.63
$ 16,841 ~ .
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
CARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
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Loyalty Club: 6006637434484432 PLATINUM
Registered To:
NAGY, SALLY
1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95835
UNITED STATES
(916) 7046701
(831) 6241261
CarmelBestWestern@Gmail.com
http:/ /www.carmelbestwestern.com
Room# 326-A
Conf # 102148570-01
04/01/14
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Room Type SK-1 KING SUITE
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct XXXXXXXXXXXX-9203
Posting Oper AcctCo Description From Reference
Amount J.
04/01/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
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$116.10 :
04/ 01/14 JD
04/ 01/14 JD
04102114 JD
04/021 14 JD
04/ 02/14 JD
04/03/14 JD
9
91
RC
9
91
vs
CITY TAX
COUNTY TOURISM
ROOM CHARGE
CITY TAX
COUNTY TOURISM
PAYMENT VISA/MC 9203 . 025322
Balance Due
$11.61

$116.10
$11 .61
$2.00
1 $259.42
$0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x __________________________________________ ___
rt lEST SIGNATURE
l
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
CARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
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Loyalty Club: 6006637454421876 BASE
Registered To:
CARTER, DWAYNE
3020 PARKFIELD DRIVE
FAIRFIELD, CA 94533
UNITED STATES
(707) 718-4569
Posting Oper AcctCo Description
04/ 01/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/01/14 JD 9 CITY TAX
04/01 / 14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04102114 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/ 02/ 14 JD 9 CITY TAX
04/ 02/ 14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04/ 03/ 14 JD vs PAYMENT VISA/ MC
From
(831) 624-1261
CarmelBestWestern@Gmail.com
http: I /www.carmelbestwestern.com
Room# 329-A
Conf # 284548476-01
Arri val f ~ Q 1 it.4;"._
Departure P4/Q3/14 I
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Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-3956
Reference
Amount
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$134.10]
$13.41
$2.00"
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$134. 10 l
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Balance Due $0.00
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THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT J
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x __________________________________________ ___
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EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
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BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
CARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
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Loyalty Club: 6006637440447795 BASE
Registered To:
WAGENKNECHT, AUSTIN
8238 DERBYSHIRE CIRCLE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95828
UNITED STATES
(916) 524-2132
Posting
()per
AcctCo Description
04/01/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/ 01/14 JD 9 CITY TAX
04/ 01/ 14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04/02/ 14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/ 02/ 14 JD 9 CITY TAX
04/02/14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04/ 03/ 14 JD AX PAYMENT AMEX


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(831) 624-1261
CarmelBestWestern@Gmail. com
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Room# 330-A
Conf # 4A5348375-01

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04/03/14
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Guests 1 I 0
Payment Am ex
Acct XXXXXXXXXXX1007
Ref-erence Amount
$134.10]
$13.41

$134. 10 l
$1 3.41
S2.0.R.--
1007 . 535900
\ $299.02
Balance Due $0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
.PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x __________________________________________ _
GUEST SIGNATURE
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTELY OWNED AND OPERATED
Si gnature
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
CARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
C/0 04/16/2014 09:06AM JD
Loyalty Club: 6006637434484432 PLATINUM
Registered To:
NAGY, SALLY
1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95835
UNITED STATES
(916) 704-6701
Posting Oper AcctCo Description
04/ 14/ 14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/ 14/14 JD 9 CITY T/lY.
04/14/14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04115/14 JD RC ROOM CHARGE
04/ 15/14 JD 9 CITY T/lY.
04/15/14 JD 91 COUNTY TOURISM
04/ 16/ 14 JD vs PAYMENT VISA/MC
From
(831) 624-1 261
CarmetBestWestern@Gmait.com
http: I /www.carmelbestwestern.com
Room# 328-A
Conf # 584392572-01
Arrival 04/14/14
Departure 04/16/14
Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/ Master
Acct XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-9203
Reference Amount
.
$134.10
$13.41
.$2.00
$143.10'
$14.31
$2.00
9203 - 045072 $308.92-
Balance Due $0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
X---------------------------------------------
GUEST SIGNATURE
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
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PUBLIC CONSULTING
GROUP - -- ---
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul- Phone: 831-620-2000
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
April I -April 30, 2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
5.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (ner trip}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Exuenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in March 2014
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$
$
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
100.00 $
1,000.00 $
14335
13th May_ 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
500.00
-
3-13>/
'i
SUBTOTAL $ _5_!1U.UU
TOTAL $ 500.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
128535
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PCGOO
Invoice ID
14277-
01 67053
PUBLIC CONSULTI NG GROUP
Inv Date Invoice Descr iption
02/14/14 IPO #67-003230 PURCHASE ORDER
jiNVOICE# 14277 2/14/14
Totals
Gross Amount
5,406 . 51
s. 4 06 s1 1
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-5EA
Disc . Amount
.00
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Total Amount I
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5,4o6 . 51 I
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5,406 . 51 I
THE FACE OF THIS CHECK HAS A SECURITY VOID BACKGROUND PATTERN DO NOT CASH IF T.HE WORD VOID IS VISIBLE
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City of
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PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
LOCKBOX OPER # 515?19
LOS ANGELES CA 90051- 5201
CHECK DATE PAY EXACTLY
06/13/14
VOID IF NOT CASHED IN 180 DAYS
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
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Page: 001
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CARMEL, CA 93921
VENDOR NO: PCGOO
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N LOS ANGELES, CA 90051 5201
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ITEM DESCRIPTION
0001 INVOICE# 14277 2114/ 14
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
FEB1-FEB28 2014
Acct: 01 67053 5406.51
roved Approved
Deanna Allen
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This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-003230 06/11114
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
5406.51
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 5406.51
P.O. TOTAL
$ 5406.51
PUBLIC CONSULTINC
CROUI' -
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Suwn Paul- Plwne: 83 1-67fJ-7000
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consu lting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
February I- Februay 28, 20.14
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
21.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @$1,000pertrip
Travel Related Expenses for Sallv Nagy
Trip Dates: February 25- February 26, 2014
Hotel Accomodations (!-night)
2/251!4 Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
2/26/ 14 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14277
DATE: 14th February 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 4,200.00
$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00
$ 100.01 $ 100.01
$ 53.25 $ 53.25
$ 53.25 $ 53.25
SUBTOTAL $

TOTAL $ 5,406.51
2150 River Plaza Drive. Suite 380. Sacramento. California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (9 16) 565-5126
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128622
CITY OF CARMEL-BYTHE...SEA
PCGOO PUBLIC CONSULTI NG GROUP
Invoi ce I D Inv Date I nvoice Description Gross Amount Disc . Amount Total Amount
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1 4386 - 06/09/14 I PO #67- 003245 P1JRCHASE ORDER . 00 600.00
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01 67053 /INVOICE# 14386 6 /9/14 600.00 . 00
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14387- 06/29/14 /PO #67-003245 P1JRCHASE ORDER . 00 1 ,400.00
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0 1 67053 /INVOICE# 14387 6/9/ 14 1,400.00 .00
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143 8 8 - 06/09/14 jPO #67 - 003245 P1JRCHASE ORDER . 00 10,855 00
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0 1 67053 I INVOICE# 14388 6/ 9/2014 1 0, 855.00 .00
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Totals 12,855 oo 1 .00 12, 855 . 00
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PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
LOCKBOX OPER # 515719
LOS ANGELES CA 90051-5201
CHECK DATE PAYEXACTI..Y
06/27/14 tr*****12,855.00
VOID IF NOT CASHED IN 180 DAYS ,
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CARMEL, CA 93921
vENDOR NO: PCGOO
ITEM
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N LOS ANGELES, CA 90051 5201
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DESCRIPTI ON
INVOICE# 14388 61912014
IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SERVICES
MAY1-MAY31
ASDPCSPCGIT0192014-15
Acct: 01 67053 10855.00
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0002 INVOICE# 14387 619114
SYSTEM ADMIN SERVICES
MAY1-MAY 31
ASDPCSPCGMB003-13/14
Acct: 01 67053 1400.00
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UU03 INVOICE# 14386 619114
TECH ASSESSMENT SERVICES
MAY1-MAY31
ASDPCSPCGTECH-2013-14
Acct: 01 67053 600.00
I' -,roved Approved
Deanna Allen
Page: 001
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-003245 06/27114
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNI T PRICE TOTAL
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 12855.00
P.O. TOTAL
$ 12855.00

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INVOICE
PUBLIC CONSULTING
- - CROUP -
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Suson Pnuf- P/i ont>; J/3 f -tjJ {}-2fl(J(J
CONTACT PERSON CONTRACT NUMBER
Barbara Moesta ASD-PCS-PCG-IT-019-2014- 15
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing hnplementation Support Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
May I - May 31,2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
61.50 @ $160.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per triu}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
No Travel Expenses for Sally for May 2014
Hours provided by Dwayne Carter
7.00 @ $145.00 per hour
Travel Related Expenses for Dwayne Carter
No Travel Expenses for Dwayne for May 2014
Hours provided by Austin Wagenknecht
0.00 @ $85.00 per hour
Travel Related Expenses for Austin Wagenknecht
No Travel Expenses for Austin for May 2014
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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
$ 160.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 145.00 $
$ 85.00 $

SUBTOTAL $
TOTAL $
21 SO River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14388
9th June 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
9,840.00
-
1,015.00
-
10,855.00
10,855.00
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INVOICE
PUBLIC CONSULTING
CROUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
S11san P(/uf- P/loJw: R31-62(J-2flilfJ
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916)565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea
May 1 - May 31, 2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
14.00@ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Ex12enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in May 2014
I\--5D-"Pes- Ptt; WtB-M3-I.
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNJTl'RJCE
$ 100.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
~ ; f
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14387
9th June 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
1,400.00
-
1,400.00
1,400.00
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INVOICE
PUBLIC CONSULTING
- CROUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Su<a11 Paul- Pllom!: IU l-620-2fi(Jfl
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea
May 1 -May 31, 2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related ExQenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in April2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
6.00@ $100.00 per hour
Hours provided by JeffHellzeo
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
$ 200.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 100.00 $
$ 200.00 $
$ 200.00 $
'3-lf
TOTAL $
TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
14386
9th June 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
-
-
600.00
-
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600.00
600.00
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Vendor'
PC'"''""'
ID
14 4 58.
O.l 6705 3
14459
01 67053
Vendor Name
PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
Inv Da te
07/ 16/14 fPO #67- 003296 PURCHASE ORDER
IINVOICE# 14458 7/ 16/14
07/16/14 j PO #67-003296 PURCHASE ORDER
IINVOJCE# l4459 7/16/14
I Date 08/08/14 I Ck tl 128859
Gross Amount
2,500. 00
12,910. 00
Totals 15, 410 . 00
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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-sEA
D1SC Amount Total Amount I
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Deanna Allen
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
'
No. 67-003296 08/07/14
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNI T PRICE / TOTAL
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 15410.00
P.O. TOTAL
$ 15410.00
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sumn Pa11/- Pl1one: 831-62f/-lfJfJ(;
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY
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Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
Public Adnit "'"" SO<Vicos to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Se
June 1 - June 30, 2014
Hours (!rovided by Manuel Baran
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25.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee ((!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Exgenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in May 2014

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14458
16th July 2014
TERMS
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UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
100.00 $ 2,500.00
1,000.00 $ -
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TOTAL $ 2,500.00
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Su:mn Paul- Plume: ~ 1 1-620-21)0(!
CONTACT PERSON CONTRACT NUMBER
Barbara Moesta ASD-PCS-PCG-IT -019-2014-15
(9 I 6) 565-2736
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
PO Box 515719
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5201
INVOICE#:
DATE:
QUANTITY
........-
'HI.I..N UNIT PRICE
,
Publi' Con<ulting G[,jding !rnplonon
pport Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
June 1- June 30, 2014
Hours provided bv Sal ai!V $ 160.00
77.50 @ $160.00 per ho
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip $ 1,000.00
Travel Related ExQenses for Saii:Y Nagy
No Travel Expenses for Sally for June 2014
Hours (!rovided bl:: Dwa1:ne Carter $ 145.00
0.00 @ $145.00 per hour
Travel Related ExQenses for Dwayne Carter
No Travel Expenses for Dwayne for June 2014
Hours (!rovided bl: Austin Waienknecbt $ 85.00
6.00 @ $85.00 per hour . ~
Travel Related ExQenses for Austin Wagenknecht
No Travel Expenses for Austin for June 2014
SUB TOTAL
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916} 565-5 I 26
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
14459
16th July 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
12,400.00
-
-
510.00
12,910.00
12,910.00
127102
Vendor Vendor Name I Da te 09/2 6/13 I Ck II 127102
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-sEA
PCGOO PUBLI C CONSULTING GROUP
Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice De scription Gros s Amount Disc. Amount Total Amoun t
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14046- 09/09/13 I PO #67-002861 PURCHASE ORDER . 00 1 ,100 . 00
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01 67053 IINVOICEII 14046 9/9/2013 1 , 100.00 . 00
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1404 7- 09/09/13 IPO #67-002 861 PURCHASE ORDER . 00 4 ,700 . 00
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01 67053 I INVOICE# 14047 9/9/2013 4, 700 00 . 00
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14 04 8 - 09/09/13 IPO #67 -002861 PURCHASE ORDER .00 9, 400.00
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01 67053 I INVOI CE# 14048 9/9/2013 9 ,400 . 00 . 00
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14049- 09/09/13 I PO #67 - 002861 PURCHASE ORDER . 00 3,300 . 00
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01 67053 I INVOI CE# 14 04 9 9/9/2013 3,300 00 .00
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DEPT LA 23564
PASADENA CA 91185-3564
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INVOICE# 14047 91912013
DESCRIPTION
IT CONSULTING SERVICES JULY 1-JULY 31 2013
ASD-PCS-PCG-001-2013-14
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Acct: 01 67053 9400.00
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13 INVOICE# 14046 9191201 3
TECH ASSESSMENT SERVICES
AUG1 -AUG 31 2013
ASD-PCS-PCG-TECH2-20 13-14
Acct: 01 67053 1100. 00
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0004 INVOICE# 14049 9/912013
SYSTEM ADMIN SERVICES
AUG1-AUG 31 2013
ASD-PCS-PCGMG-003-20 13-14
Acct 01 67053 3300.00

APQroved
Deanna Allen
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-002861 09125113
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
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$ 18500.00
P.O. TOTAL
$ 18500.00
PUBLIC CONSL.II TINC
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Suwm Pal(/- Plume: R.? f-62fl-Jf){J(J
CONTACI' PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea
July 1 -July 31, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
23.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip}
0.00 @ $1 , 000pertrip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips made in July 2013
$D-l?5-PC6s-oal-ZoJ?rt
$
$
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2150 River Plaza Dr ive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14047
DATE: 9thSeptember2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
200.00 $ 4,700.00
1,000.00 $
-
SUB TOTAL $ 4,7UO.UU
TOTAL $ 4,700.00
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
S11wn Prflll- P/lm1': 831-fi21t-2f)l/lt
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91 185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea
August 1 -August 31, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
47.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips made in August 2013
I}SD-PCS -Pc&-6Dl-'k>l
INVOICE
INVOICE #: I 4048
DATE: 9th September 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 9,400.00
$ 1,000.00 $ -
lJ-17'
SUB TOTAL $ 9AOO.OO
TOTAL $ 9,400.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (9 16) 565-5126
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Suww P({ll/- 83 / -n2fl-J(/f1fl
CONTACf PERSON P.O. NlJMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
August 1 -August 31, 2013
Hours 11rovided by Sally Nagy
5.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Tr avel Fee (l!er trill}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips made in August 2013
Hours (!rovided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours 11rovided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
AsP- Vc:& z
INVOICE
INVOICE #: 14046
DATE: 9th September 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 1,100.00
$ 1,000.00 $
-
$ 200.00 $ -
$ 200.00 $
-
-:ZOJ>-1 y
SUB TOTAL $ 1,100.00
TOTAL $ 1,100.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (9 I 6) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PUBLI C(.
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Pa/ff - Plio/It': 83/- fiJ() . .'fl(lfJ
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
August I - August 31, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
33.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee {per trip}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Manuel Bar andas
Trip Dates: No trips made in August 2013
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2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
INVOICE
INVOICE #: 14049
DATE: 9th September 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
100.00 $ 3,300.00
1,000.00 $ -
SUBTOTAL $ 3,300.00
TOTAL $ 3,300.00
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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Vendor vendor Name Joate 10/04/131 Ck # 127131
PCGOO CONSULTING GROUP
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE.SEA
Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice Description Gross Amount Disc. Amount Total Amount
14 011 - 08/09/13 I PO #67-002872 PURCHASE ORDER . 00 6 ,000 00
01 67053 jiNVOICE 14 01 1 8/9/13 6,000.00 . 00
14012- 08/09/13 jPO #67-002872 PURCHASE ORDER .00 3,100 . 00
01 67053 jiNVOICE 14012 8/9/13 3,100 . 00 .00
Totals 9,100 00
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.00 9,100 00
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BY ORDER OFniE CITY COUNCIL
ORDER
Page: 001
City of G. rmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CARMEL, CA 93921
VENDOR NO: PCGOO
ITEM
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DESCRIPTION
INVOICE 14011 819113
TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES 711-7130113
SALLY NAGY
Acct: 01 67053 6000.00
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0002 INVOICE 14012 819/13
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION SERVICES 711-7/31113
MANUELBARANDAS
Acct: 01 67053 3100.00
Approved
Anna Aubuchon
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-002872 10103113
Not Valid Without Number
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ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
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F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRI CE TOTAL
6000.00
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 9100.00
P.O. TOTAL

PUBLIC CONSULTING
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-tbe-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 9392 I
Susan Paul - Phone: 83/-620-2000
CONTACT PERSON P.O. JI,'UMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
July 1 -July 31, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
31.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00@ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Ex!!enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips made in July 2013
$
$
21 SO River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
100.00 $
1,000.00 $
SUBTOTAL $
TOTAL $
14012
9th August 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
3,100.00
.
3.100.00
3,100.00
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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vendor Name _ j Date 10/23/13 I Ck # 127263
127263
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PCGOO PUBLIC CONSULTING GROUP
Invoice ID lnv Date Invoice Description Gross Amount Disc . Amount Total Amount j
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14 086- 10/10/13 IPO #67-002912 PURCHASE ORDER . oo 1 2,000 . 00
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01 67053 !INVOICE 14086 10/10/13 2,000.00
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14087- 10/10/13 IPO #67- 00291 2 PURCHASE ORDER . oo 1 18,730 . 56
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01 67053 !INVOICE 14087 10/10/13 18, 730.56
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14 088- 10/10 / 13 IPO #67- 00291 2 PURCHASE ORDER . 00
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5,837 .34
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WELI:.S FARGO BANK
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CHECK DATE PAYEXACllY
10/ 23/13 *****26, 567 .
VOID IF NOT CASHED IN 180 DAYS
BY ORDER OF 'THE CITY COUNCIL


..,.4MEL, CA 93921
VENDOR NO: PCGOO
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ITEM DESCRIPTION
0001 INVOICE 14086 10/10/13
TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES 9/1/-9/30/13
Acct: 01 67053 2000.00
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IT CONSULTING SERVICES 9/1-9/30/13
SALLY NAGY SERVICES/TRAVEL EXPENSES
Acct: 01 67053 18730.56
0003 INVOICE 14088 10/10/13
SYSTEM ADMIN SERVICES 9/1-9/30/13
M BARANDAS SERVICES/TRAVEL EXPENSES
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Acct: 01 67053 5837.34
This Purchase Order number must appear on

all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-002912
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ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
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CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
2000.00
18730.56
5837.34
APPROVED OCT 2.3 2013
Approved
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 26567.9(
Anna Aubuchon
P.O. TOTAL
$ 26567.9(
PUBLIC C.ONSULTINC
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
September 1 -September 30, 2013
,-
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
10.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee {per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Relat ed Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in September 2013
Hours provided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
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INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14086
DATE: lOth October 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 2,000.00
$ 1,000.00 $ -
$ 200.00 $
-
$ 200.00 $
-
SUB TOTAL $ 2,000.00
TOTAL $ 2,000.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
'jf;u To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sman Pa11l - f'hone: 831 -h20- ?.fl0fJ
CONTACI' PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
September 1- September 30, 2013
"
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
77.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
2.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: September 8 - September 10, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
9/8/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
9/9113- Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
9/ 10/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Trip Dates: September 23 - September 25, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
9/23/13 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
9/24/ 13 Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
9/25/ 13 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Travel Related Ex(!enses for Austin Wagenknecht
Trip Dates: September 23- September 25, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
9/23/13 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
9/24/13- Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
9/25/13- Meal Per Diem Day)
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$
$
$
$
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INVOICE
INVOICE #: 14087
DATE: lOth October2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
. ,.
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
200.00 $ 15,400.00
1,000.00 $ 2,000.00
259.42 $ 259.42
53.25 $ 53.25
71.00 $ 71.00
53.25 $ 53.25
279.22 $ 279.22
53.25 $ 53.25
71.00 $ 71.00
53.25 $ 53.25
259.42 $ 259.42
53.25 $ 53.25
71.00 $ 71.00
53.25 $ 53.25
SUBTOTAL $ 18,730.56
TOTAL $ 18,730.56
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO CA
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Sep 8'13 ROOM
Sep 8'13 TAX
Sep 8'13 TOUR TAX
Sep 8'13 H IMP TAX
Sep 9'13 ROOM
Sep 9'13 TAX
sep ~ 1 3 TOUR TAX
Sep 9'13 H IMP TAX
Sep10 '13 AMEX
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BWR Tier:
BASE
BWR Number:
6006637434484432
Credit
259.42 CR
Balance
116 . 10
127.71
128.71
129.71
245.81
257.42
258.42
25e.42
0.00
Balancedue atcheckout ............... . ...... . .. . ... . ... . ..... . . .. ... . ...... . $ 0 . 00
Guest Signature
BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View Inn
Junipero Between 5th & 6th, Carmel, CA 93921
Ph : (831) 624-1831 Fax: (831) 625-2336
www.carmelbayviewinn.com
Each Best Western branded hotel is independently owned and operated
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;alty Club: 6006637434484432 BASE
Registered To:
NAGY, SALLY
1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95835
(916) 704-6701
Posting Oper
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09/23/13 JD
09/23/13 JD
09/13/13 JD
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09/14/13 JD
09/24/13 JD
09/15/13 JD
AcctCo Oescripdon
RC ROOM CHARGE
9 CITY TAX
91 COUNTY TOURISM
RC ROOM CHARGE
9 CITY TAX
91 COUNTY TOURISM
vs PAYMENT VISAIMC
From
(831) 624-1261
CarmelBestWesternGma il. com
http: I lwww. carmelbestwestern. com
Room# 217-A
Conf# 801154608-01
Arrival 09/23/13
Departure
09/25/13
Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct
X>O<X-X)O(X-)OO(X-5177
Reference Amount
$,125.10
$12.51
$2.00
$125.10
$11.51
$2.00
5177- 02431C $279.22-
Balance Due $0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A Tf11RD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT .
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x. __________________________________________ ____
GUEST SIGNATURE
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Signature
cARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE

"!sea, CA 93921
!2512013 08:53AM JD
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To:
WAGENKNECHT, AUSTIN
8238 DERBYSHIRE CIRCLE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95828
(916) 524-2132
Posting Qper
09/ 23/ 13 JD
,
09/23/ 13 JD
09/ 23/ 13 JD
09/ 24/ 13 JD
09/ 24/ 13 JD
09i 24/ 13 JD
09/25/ 13 JD
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RC ROOM CHARGE
9 CITY TAX
91 COUNTY TOURISM
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91 COUNTY TOURISM
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Room# 124-A
Conf # 562154004-01
Arrival 09/23113
Departure 09125113
Room Type HNQB-1 QUEEN
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Am ex
Acct XXXX-XX)OC(X-X1007
Reference Amount

$11.61
$2.00
$116.10
$1 1.61
$2.00
1007 - 511061 $259.42-
Balance Due $0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BillED IO A TH.IRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
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ity of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
September 1 - September 30, 2013
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Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
45.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Ex1:1enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: September 23 - September 24, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (1-night)
9/23/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
9124/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
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UNIT PRICE
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$ 154.90 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 75.94 $
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SUB TOTAL $
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2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (9 I 6) 565-5126
14088
lOth October 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
4,500.00
1,000.00
154.90
53.25
53.25
75.94
5,837.34
5,837.34
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BARANDAS, MANUEL
3835 INNOVATOR DR
SACRAMENTO, CA 95834
(916) 5487169
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RC ROOM CHARGE
9 CITY TAX
91 COUNTY TOURISM
vs PAYMENT VISAIMC
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(831) 6241261
CarmelBestYy'esternGmail. com
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Room# 218-A
Conf # 73215470201
Arrival 09/23/13
Departure
09/24/13
Room Type NQ-1 QUEEN BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa/Master
Acct XXXX XXXX XXXX 7770
Reference Amount
$139.00
$13.90
$2.00
7770 83221 B $154.90
Balance Due $0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x __________________________________________ ___
GUEST SIGNATURE
EACH BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTEL Y OWNED AND OPERA TED
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SUBTOTAL
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Visa
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Au th No . : 89751 B
TOTAL ITEMS 1
PRICE
69.99
69 .9!1
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PCGOO PUBLI C CONSULTI NG GROUP
Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice Description Gross Amount Disc . Amount Total Amount
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14122- 11/06/13 )PO #67-002982 PURCHASE ORDER .00 2,200 . 00
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01 67053 j INVOICE# 14122 11/6/2013 2 ,200 . 00 . 00
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14123- 11/06/13 )PO #67-002982 PURCHASE ORDER .00 12,600 00
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01 67053 )INVOICE# 14123 11/6/2013 12,600 .00 . 00
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14124- 11/06/13 )PO #67-002982 PURCHASE ORDER .00 2,600 . 00
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01 67053 j INVOICE# 14124 11/6/2013 2,600 . 00 . 00
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PASADENA CA 91185-3564
CARMEL OFFICE
WELLS FARGO BANK
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12/06/13 I *****17,400.00
VOID IF NOT CASHED IN 180 DAYS
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
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Page: 001
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
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Acct: 01 67053 2600.00
INVOICE# 14122 111612013
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
PCG-001-2013-14
Acct: 01 67053 2200.00
INVOICE# 14123 111612013
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
PCG-001-2013-14
Acct: 01 67053 12600.00
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ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNI T PRICE
2600.00
2200.00
12600.00
PAGE TOTAL
$ 17400.00
P.O. TOTAL
$ 17400.00
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
October 1 -October 31, 2013
Hours 11rovided Manuel Barandas
26.00 @ $100.00 per hour
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TERMS
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UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 100.00 $ 2,600.00
$ 1,000.00 $
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SUB TOTAL $ 2,600.Qo_
TOTAL $ 2,600.00
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PO BoxCC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
October 1 -October 31, 2013
Hours l!rovided hi Salli
11.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1, 000 per trip
Travel Related Ex[!enses for Salty Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in October 2013
Hours l!rovided hi JeffHellzen
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DATE: 6thNovember2013
TERMS
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UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
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$ 1,000.00 $
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$ 200.00 $ . -
$ 200.00 $
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SUB TOTAL $ 2,200.00
TOTAL $ 2,200.00
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3 564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
October 1 -October 31, 2013
Hours l!rovided bl: Sall1: Nac:
63.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
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TERMS
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UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
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$ 1,000.00 $ -
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SUB TOTAL $ 12,600.00
TOTAL $ 12,600.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice Desc riptlon Gross Amount Disc . Amount Total Amount
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14157- 12/04/13 jPO #67-002996 PURCHASE ORDER
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CHECK DATE PAYEXACltY
12/20/13 ******5,006 . 51
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BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL

City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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CARMEL, CA &3921
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0001 INVOICE 14158 1214113
IT SYSTEM ADMIN SERVICES-M BARANDAS NOV 1-30,2013
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IT CONSULTING SERVICES-S NAGY NOV 1-30,2013
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PAGE TOTAL
$4406.51
P.O. TOTAL
$4406.51
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City of Carmel-by-t he-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Pn11!- f' li one: ?0-/(lflfl
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91 185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
November I- November 30, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
19.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1,000pertrip
Travel Related Ex12enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in November 2013
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INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14158
DATE: 4th December 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 100.00 $ 1,900.00
$ 1,000.00 $
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SUB TOTAL $ 1,900.00
TOTAL $ 1,900.00
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Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sttl'flll Pout- Pftntll': R31-fiJ0-.200fl
CONTACfPERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the"Sea.
November 1 -November 30, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
6.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: November 4 -November 5, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (!-night)
1114/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
11/5/ 13 - MeaJ Per Diem (Travel Day)
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INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14157
DATE: 4th December 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 1,300.00
$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00
$ 100.01 $ 100.01
$ 53.25 $ 53.25
$ 53.25 $ 53.25
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SUB TOTAL $ 2,506.51
TOTAL $ 2,506.51
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
BEST WESTERN CARMEL'S TOWN HOUSE
SAN CARLOS & 5TH STREET
CARMEL-by-the-sea, CA 93921
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Loyalty Club: 6006637434484432 BASE
Registered To:
NAGY, SALLY
1751 BAINES AVENUE
SACRAMENTO, CA '95835
(916) 704-6701
Posting Oper
11/04/13 JD
11/ 04/ 13 JD
AcctCo Description
RC ROOM CHARGE
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Room# 217-A
Conf # 928317203-01
Arrival
Departure, 11/05/13
Room Type NK-1 KING BED
Guests 1 I 0
Payment Visa /Master
XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-5177
Reference.
5177 - 05676(
Balance Due
Amount
$89. 10
$8.91
$2.00
( -
$0.00
THE UNDERSIGNED GUEST AGREES TO PAY THE AMOUNT INDICATED ON THE BALANCE DUE PORTION OF THIS INVOICE. IF
THE CHARGES ARE TO BE BILLED TO A THIRD PARTY, THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO BE PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR
PAYMENT
OF THE CHARGES IN THE EVENT THAT THE INDICATED THIRD PARTY, PERSON, COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION FAILS TO PAY
FOR ANY PART OR THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH CHARGES.
x __________________________________________ ___
GUEST SIGNATURE
E. BEST WESTERN BRANDED HOTEL IS INDEPENDENTELY OWNED AND OPERA TED
Signature
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City of Carrnel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
CARMEL, CA 93921
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ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE TOTAL
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0001 INVOICE 14156 1214113
TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES-S NAGY NOV 1-30,2013 600.00
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P.O. TOTAL
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
S11<r111 Po11! - Pl!illll': f/3/ -fiJO-?I)flll
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
November 1 -November 30,2013
Hours (!rovided by Sally Nagy
3.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee ((!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Rela ted Ex11enses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in November 2013
Hours 11rovided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours 11rovided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
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INVOICE
INVOICE#: 14156
DATE: 4th December 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
$ 200.00 $ 600.00
$ 1,000.00 $
-
$ 200.00 $
-
$ 200.00 $ -


SUB TOTAL $ oyu.uo
TOTAL $ 600.00
2 I SO River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
vendor Vendor Name I Date 02/05/14 I Ck n 127810
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PUvLIC ' CONSULTING
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE.SEA
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Invoice ID Inv Date Invoice Description Gross Amount Di sc . Amou nt Total Amount
14187- 01/07/14 IPO #67-003052 PURCHASE ORDER . oo 1 200 . 0(
01 67053 I INVOICE# 14187 1/7/2014 200 . 00
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14188- 01/07/14 jPO #67 -003052 PURCHASE ORDER . 00
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BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
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Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
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CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
December 1- December 31, 2013
Hours l!rovided bl: Sail}: Na10::
1.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Relat ed Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in December 2013
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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
1,000.00 $
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14187
7th January 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
200.00
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SUBTOTAL $ 20U.OO
TOTAL $ 200.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PUBLIC CONSULTINC
CROUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Srrwrn Prmf- PltmJt'.' 831- 620-J(J{It,
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
PasadenaCA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
December 1 - December 31, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
21 .00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip}
0.00 @ $1 , 000pertrip
Travel Related ExQenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in December 2013
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INVOICE#:
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UNIT PRICE
100.00 s
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14188
7th January 2014
TERMS
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AMOUNT
2,100.00
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SUB TOTAL $ 2,10-0.00
TOTAL $ 2,100.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 .Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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PASADENA CA 91185 - 3564
CARME-l OFFICE
WELLS FARGO BANK
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SAN CARLOS ST., CARMEL, CA 93921
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CHECK DATE PAY EXACTLY
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INVOICE# 14224 21612014
TECH ASSESSMENT SERVICES
JAN 1- JAN 31 2014
ASD-PCS-PCG-TECH-002-20 13-14
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SYSTEM ADMIN SERVICES
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ASD-PCS-PCG-MB-003-2013-14
Acct: 01 67053 1800.00
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INVOICE# 14225 2/612014
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
JAN 1- JAN 31 2014
ASD-PCS-PCG-001 -2013-14
Acct: 01 67053 200.00
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Deanna Allen
Page: 001
This Purchase Order number must appear on
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No. 67-003076 0212011 4
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ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susan Paul - PIJime: R3!-n20-20fJ(J
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
January 1 -January 31, 2014
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
1.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00@ $1, 000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in January 2014
Hours provided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
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DATE:
UNIT PRICE
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14224
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AMOUNT
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2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
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PUBLIC CONSULT!NC
CROUP
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Su.I'WI Paul- Pit one: 831-fi2fi-2(Jfi(J
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
January 1 -January 31, 2014
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
18.00 @ $!00.00perhour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
0.00 @ $1 ,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: No trips in January 2014
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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
100.00 $
1,000.00 $
14226
6th February 2014
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
1,800.00
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TOTAL $ 1,800.00
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Su.wm Paul - Plu111e: R.ll-620-200(1
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(91 6) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 9ll85-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
January 1 -January 31, 2014
Hours Qrovided by Sally Na2y
1 .00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (Qer trip)
0.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related ExQenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: No trips for this contract in January 2014

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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
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6th February 2014
TERMS
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AMOUNT
200.00
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TOTAL $ 200.00
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (9 I 6) 565-8090 Email: Services@pcgus.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
PURCHASE ORDER
Page: 001
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
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INVOICE# 13162 4/26/2013
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
HRS&TRAVEL
SALLY NAGY
Acct: 01 67053 9484.50
APPROVED MAY 0 7 201J
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ADMIN SERVICES
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: DEANNAALLEN
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
9484.50
PAGE TOTAL
$9484.50
P.O. TOTAL
$9484.50
PUBLIC CONSLILTI NC
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Susan Paul, Director
POBox CC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
S11srm Paul - Phrnw: Rn-620-200/i
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement

QUAN1ITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
March 5- March 31, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
34.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
2.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: March 17- March 19, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
Trip Dates: March 26 - March 28,2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
$
$
$
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2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
1,000.00 $
261.50 $
323.00 $
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
. 13162
26th April 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
6,900.00
2,000.00
261.50
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323.00
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9,484.50
9,484.50
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
Sally Nagy
1751 Baines Avenue
Sacramento, CA
95835
United States
Date Folio
14 Mar 2013
17Mar2013
18Mar2013
19 Mar 2013
HID TAX
TID TAX
TOT TAX
Mar 19, 2013 11 :30
Reference
VISA
Room Charge
Room Charge
Visa ............ 5177
$1 .00 $
$2.00 $
$10.00 %
Cypress Inn
Corner of lincoln & 7th St
Carmel, California
93921
Phone: (831)624-3871
Email: reservations @cypress-inn.com
Guest Folio
Arrival Date: 17 Mar 2013
Departure Date: 19 Mar 2013
Folio: 12953-0
Room Charges
Other Charges
Credits
Balance
_$470.00 $2.00
$470.00 $4.00
$470.00 $47.00
Room Type: 1 04 - King Fireplace
Room: 104
CC N1,1mber:
*****"'***5177
Amount Tax Total
$-327.00 $0.00 $-327.00
$235.00 $26.50 $261 .50
$235.00 $26.50 $261 .50
$-196.00 $0.00 $-196.00
$470.00 $53.00 $523.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00
$-523.00 $0.00 $-523.00
$0.00
Please charge the ~ t t e d balance to the credit card I have presented.
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Happy Landing Inn
Guest Name(s): Sally Nagy
Address:
Telephone:
Email:
312612013
1751 Baines Avenue
Sacramento, CA, 95835, USA
Woi'K 916-704-6701 Mobile 916-704-6701
Swnagy@pcgus.com
Room 6Queen
312712013 Room 6 Queen
Total Chargee
Payment Details
3121/2013 Payment Visa -5177
3/2712013 Payment Visa --5177
Happy Landing Inn - 3 Monte Verde NE of 6th Carmel,
California 93921
(831) 624-7917- info@carmelhappylanding.com
Confirmation #:
Arrival Date:
Departure Date:
Party Size:
Room(s) Booked:
1
1
Guest Folio for Sally Nagy
P39697A6458
Tuesday, March 26,2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
1
Room6 Queen
$145.00 $16.50
$145.00 $16.50
$290.00 $33.00
Total Charges:

Remaining Balance:
$161.50
$161.50
$323.00
$161.50
$161.50
$323.00
$323.00
$0.00
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No. 67-002708 05131113
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
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POBox CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sumn Paul Pfl ow): J/3 {-f/2ri-JOfi(J
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRll'TION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
April I -Apr il 30, 2013
Hours provided by J eff Hellen
27.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for J eff Hellzen
Trip Dates: April3 - April 4, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (!-night)
Parking
4/3/ 13 - Dinner
4/4/ 13 - Lunch
Hours provided by Gary Reimers
20.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Gary Reimers
Trip Dates: April 3 - April 4, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (!-nights)
4/3113- Lunch (Gary Reimers & JeffHellzen)
4/3/13 - Dinner
4/4/ 13 - Lunch
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INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
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1,000.00 $
210.06 $
20.00 $
23.50 $
7.47 $
200.00 s
1,000.00 $
210.06 $
57.50 $
48.80 s
5.86 s
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
Phone: (9 16) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
13175
9th May2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
5,400.00
1,000.00
210.06
20.00
23.50
7.47
4,000.00
1,000.00
210.06
57.50
48.80
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0001 INVOICE# 13227 6/1312013
IT CONSULTING SERVICES

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Acct: 01 67053 8338.34
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EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
8338.34
PAGE TOTAL
$8338.34
P.O. TOTAL
$ 8338.34
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Sl1 1rm Paul- Ph<llle: 83!-62fJ-20fJO
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
May 1- May 31, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
32.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er trip}
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: May 28- June 1, 2013
Hotel Accomodations ( 4-nights)
5/28/ 13 -Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
5/29/13- Meal Per' Diem (Full Day)
5/30113- Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
5/31/13 -Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
6/1/13 -Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
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Hours provided by Gary Reimers
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INVOICE
INVOICE#:
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UNIT PRICE
100.00 $
1,000.00 s
518.84 $
53.25 $
71.00 $
71.00 $
71.00 $
53.25 $
200.00 $
200.00 $
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SUBTOTAL S
TOTAL $
13227
13th June 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
3,200.00
1,000.00
518.84
53.25
71.00
71.00
71.00
53.25
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June 1, 2013
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1
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May29
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1
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1
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May30
1
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1
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1
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1
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1
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May31
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1
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Credit Balance
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127.71
128. 71
129.71
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Guest Signature
BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View Inn
Junipero Between 5th & 6th, Carmel, CA 93921
Ph: (831) 624-1831 Fax: (831) 625-2336
www.carmelbayviewinn.com
Each Best Western branded hotel is independently owned and operated
,_.,UKGHASE ORDER
Page: 001
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. BOX CC
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0002 INVOICE# 13207 5/6/2013
IT CONSULTING SERVICES
APRIL 1-APRIL 30, 2013
Acct: 01 67053 15084.91
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Deanna Allen
This Purchase Order number must appear on
all Packages, Invoices and Shipping papers.
No. 67-002724 06/11/1 3
Not Valid Without Number
ADMIN SERVICES DEPT
EAST SIDE MONTE VERD
BETWEEN OCEAN & 7TH
CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
F.O.B:
Terms: NET30 FROM INVOICE
UNIT PRICE TOTAL
6612.71
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PAGE TOTAL
$ 21697.62
P.O. TOTAL
$ 21697.62
PUBLIC CONSULTING
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
PO Box CC
Cannel by the Sea, CA 93921
P11ul- Pllfme: 831-620-2000
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Cannel-by-the-Sea.
May 1 -May 31, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
26.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (l!er tril!}
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Trnel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: May 13 -May 15, 2013
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2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
INVOICE
INVOICE#:
DATE:
UNIT PRICE
200.00 $
1,000.00 s
331.80 $
80.91 $
SUBTOTAL $
TOTAL $
13208
6th June 2013
TERMS
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AMOUNT
5,200.00
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May13' 13 \TAX 57
May13'13 TOUR TAX 57
May13'13 H IMP TAX 57
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May14'13 H IMP TAX 57
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May 13, 2013
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Guest Signature
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BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View Inn
Junipero Between 5th & 6th, Carmel, CA 93921
Ph: (831) 624-1831 Fax: (831) 625-2336
www.carmelbayviewinn . com
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Susa11 Paul- Phone: 83 l-620-200fJ
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing IT Consulting Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
April 1 -April 30, 2013
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
61.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
2.00 @ $1,000pertrip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: April 22 -April 24, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
Meals
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INVOICE
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UNIT PRICE
200.00 s
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331.80 $
82.03 $
287.80 $
83.28 $
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
13207
6thMay2013
TERMS
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AMOUNT
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15,084.91
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Sally Nagy
1751 Baines Ave
Sacramento, CA. 95835, USA
Mobile (916) 704-6701
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Guest Folio for Sally Nagy
Confirmation #:
Arrival Date:
Departure Date:
Party Size:
Room(s) Booked:
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Monday, April 22, 2013
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
King
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Total Payments:
Remaining Balance:
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$29.80
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Le St Tropez
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CARMEL, CA 93921
ATTN: SUSAN PAUL
Phone: (831 )620-2000
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DATE:
Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Surrm P(/11/- Pltfllle: 831-62(}- 2(}00
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
Pasadena CA 91185-3564
Public Consulting Group providing Technical Assessment Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
June 1 - June 30, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
26.00@ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: June 4 -June 5, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (1-night)
6/4/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
6/ 5/ 13 -Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
Hours provided by Sally Nagy
38.50 @ $200.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Expenses for Sally Nagy
Trip Dates: May 28- May 29, 2013 (not submitted in time for May Invoice)
Hotel Accomodations (!-night)
5/28/13 - Meal
5/29/ 13 - Meal
Hours provided by Jeff Hellzen
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
Hours provided by Garv Reimers
0.00 @ $200.00 per hour
UNIT PRICE
$ 100.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 129.71 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 53.25 $
$ 200.00 $
$ 1,000.00 $
$ 129.71 $
$ 44.41 $
$ 90.72 $
$ 200.00 $
$ 200.00 $
SUB TOTAL $
TOTAL $
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126
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TERMS
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AMOUNT
2,600.00
1,000.00
129.71
53.25
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7,700.00
1,000.00
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44.41
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3835 INNOVATOR DR
SACRAMENTO CA
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Date Trans Room Comment
Jun 4' 13 ROOM 14
Jun 4'13 TAX 14
Jun 4 ' 13 TOUR TAX 14
Jun 4 ' 13 H IMP TAX 14
Jun 5 ' 13 AMEX 1 4
PLUS
Payment: AMEX
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June 4, 2013
June 5, 2013
13061P
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116. 10
11.61
1. 00
1. 00
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BWR Tier:
BASE
BWR Number :
6006637432523611
Credit
129 . 71 CR
Balance
116.10
127. 71
128.71
129 . 71
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Balance due at checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 0. 00
Guest Signature
BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View Inn
Juniper o Between 5th & 6th, Carmel, CA 93921
Ph: (831) 624-1831 Fax: (831) 625-2336
www.carmelbayviewinn . com
Each Best Western branded hotel is independently owned and operated
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1751 BAINES AVE
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Date Trans
SALLY
Room Comment
May28 ' 13 ROOM 53
May28' 13 TAX 53
May28 ' 13 TOUR TAX S3
May28 ' 13 H IMP TAX S3
May29 ' 13 VISA 53
PLUS
XXXXXXXXXXXX5177/XXXX/06682C SALLY NAGY
Payment: VISA
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May 28, 2013
May 29, 2013
1305K8
Debit
116. 10
1.1.61
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BWR Tier:
BASE
BWR Number:
6006637430979054
Credit
129.71 CR
Balance
116. 10
127 . 71
128 . 71
129 . 71
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Guest Signature
BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View I nn
Junipero Between 5th & 6th, Carmel , CA 93921
Ph: (831) 624 - 1831 Fax: (831) 625 -2336
www.carmelbayviewinn. c om
Each Best western branded hotel is independently owned and operated
MAY 29 ,2013
CHECK #350923-1
TABLE #246
1 Pepsi
2 Diet Pepsi
1 Root Beer
1 Chinese Salad
1 Cobb Salad
2 Forge Burger
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$2.95
$5.90
$2.95
$11.00
$12.00
$26.00
1 Sand I Soup Combo
SUB-TOTAL
$"1.00
$10.00
$71.80
$5.92
$77.72
Sales Tax
TOTAL
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Carmel by the Sea
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Bill To:
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Attn: Susan Paul, Director
POBoxCC
Carmel by the Sea, CA 93921
Srmm Porrl - P/u111r!: R3 I -fi20-2{1(1fJ
CONTACT PERSON P.O. NUMBER
Barbara Moesta Service Agreement
(916) 565-2736
QUANTITY
DESCRIPTION
Payment Address:
Public Consulting Group
Dept LA 23564
PasadenaCA 9ll85-3564
Public Consulting Group providing System Administration Services to the City of
Carmel-by-the-Sea.
June 9- June 30, 2013
Hours provided by Manuel Barandas
45.00 @ $100.00 per hour
Flat Travel Fee (per trip)
1.00 @ $1,000 per trip
Travel Related Ex11enses for Manuel Barandas
Trip Dates: June 18- June 20, 2013
Hotel Accomodations (2-nights)
6/ 18/ 13 - Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
6/19/ 13- Meal Per Diem (Full Day)
6/20113- Meal Per Diem (Travel Day)
UNIT PRICE
$ 100.00
s 1,000.00
$ 338.62
s 53.25
s 71.00
$ 53.25
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
2150 River Plaza Drive, Suite 380, Sacramento, California 95833
Phone: (916) 565-8090 Email: lnfo@EclipseSolutions.com Fax: (916) 565-5126

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16th July 2013
TERMS
Due Upon Receipt
AMOUNT
4,500.00
1,000.00
338.62
53.25
71.00
53.25
6,016. 12
6,016.12
Room: 38
BARANDAS,
A
MANUEL
3835 INNOVATOR DR
SACRAMENTO CA
95834
Date Trans Room Comment
Jun 18 ' 13 ROOM 38
Junl 8 ' 13 TAX 38
Jun18'13 TOUR TAX 38
Junl8 ' 13 H IMP TAX 38
Jun19 ' 13 ROOM 38
Jun19 ' 13 TAX 38
Junl9 ' 13 TOUR TAX 38
Jun19 ' 13 H IMP TAX 38
Jun20 ' 13 VI SA 38
PLUS
Payment: VISA
1A, OK, OB Guest
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June 18 , 2013
June 20, 2013
1306MO
Debit
152. 1 0
15.21
1. 00
1. 00
152.10
15.21
1. 00
1. 00
XXXXXXXXXXXX7770/XXXX/08019B MANUEL BARANDAS
BWR Tier:
BASE
BWR Number :
6006637 4 32523611
Credit
338 . 62 CR
Balance
152.10
167.31
168.31
169.31
321.41
336.62
337.62
338 . 62
0.00
Balance due at checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 0. 00
Guest Signature
BEST WESTERN PLUS Carmel Bay View Inn
Junipero Between 5th & 6th, Carmel, CA 93921
Ph: (831) 624 - 1831 Fax: (831 ) 625- 2336
www.carmelbayviewinn.com
Each e s ~ Western branded hotel is independently owned and operated
PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST LOG 2014

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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
INFORMATION SYSTEMS/NETWORK MANAGER
Definition
Under administrative direction, manage the City computer system development and
operations activities; provide professional assistance to City staff in information systems
development analysis. Assist in management of all information system activities throughout
the City by coordinating, planning, and evaluating operation of the system, to include systems
analysis, programming, computer operations, network administration and management, and
equipment and software acquisitions, installation and repair.
Supervision Received And Exercised
The Assistant City Administrator or his/her designee provides general supervision.
Responsibilities include direct supervision of any clerical positions assigned to help on an as
needed basis. This position will also coordinate technology tasks with the Library's
Automated Systems Technician.
Examples Of Duties
Design, acquire, install, customize, document and maintain all hardware and software.
Provide a point-of-contact for vendor support to departments. Maintain liaison with
equipment manufacturers and vendors to ensure satisfactory"support.
Manage and provide direct technical and administrative support for the operation of the area
Novell networks Citywide.
Receive and prioritize requests for computer application development and assistance and
oversee the implementation process.
Resolve service complaints and implement corrective action on a timely basis. Repair or
return defective hardware/software or coordination with vendors for replacement of defective
equipment/software.
Evaluate and recommend software for purchase and/or programmers who provide services to
the City.
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Information Systems/Network Manager (continued)
Examples Of Duties (continued)
Serve as liaison between the City and outside agencies m all matters pertaining to
information systems including database administration, computer operating systems,
networks, and Geo-graphical Information Systems.
Serve as system supervisor for managing the computer system including network security,
passwords, new user configurations, and changes to accommodate individual and
departmental needs.
Develops, recommends, justifies and monitors the annual budget for the citywide information
services program.
Drafts, recommends, and implements policies and procedures related to the use of the
citywide information system.
Insures proper maintenance, repair, and servicing of equipment.
As time permits and as prioritized by management develops and programs software systems
for City and departmental applications and oversees implementation of these programs.
Provide 24 hour support to emergency services (Police and Fire) computer operations with
timely response (preferably 1 hour). Assist in coordination of use of the Computer System in
the event of an emergency and develop disaster preparedness plans as they relate to the
computer system.
Maintains and updates detailed citywide computer inventory.
Confers with users to identify training needs and coordinates training schedule(s). May
conduct training as needs are determined.
Serve as Chairperson for Citywide computer users group.
Keeps informed regarding developments in computer technology and techniques affecting
City operations and distribute pertinent information to departments and users.
Attends outside organization meetings and training seminars as related to City needs.
Examples Of Duties (continued)
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Information Systems/Network Manager (continued)
Provide monthly written and/or oral reports to management concerning the status of the
computer system, overall system performance, and status of current computer projects.
Maintains availability via phone and pager. Makes arrangements for computer system
coverage when unavailable, i.e. vacations, seminars.
Maintains accurate and complete records.
Other Job Related Duties
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Job Related And Essential Qualifications
Knowledge of:
Novell NetWare operating systems, architecture, and topologies.
Local and Wide Area networking systems design, integration and management.
Ethernet, ARCNet and X.25 protocols.
Microcomputer hardware troubleshooting, maintenance and network integration.
Microcomputer communications technology including Bulletin Board Systems, Internet
connectivity and TCP/IP communications protocols.
MicroSoft Windows installation, maintenance and trouble shooting on a Wide Area Network.
WordPerfect installation, maintenance and trouble shooting on a Wide Area Network.
Microsoft applications i.e., Office, Access, Excel, Presentations, Project, and other software
applications which may be installed on a Wide Area Network.
Various progranuning languages, including Basic and PVX.
Municipal financial systems and budget preparation.
Ability to:
Trouble shoot errors and quickly identify the source as being Network, DOS, application or
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Information Systems. 'Network Manager (continued)
hardware.
Design, write, and debug computer programs in a variety of programming languages and
database systems.
Manage multiple priorities.
Conununicate effectively with users who possess a widely diverse experience level in all
matters of computer automation.
Communicate effectively in written documents and orally with city staff, users and outside
agency representatives.
Conduct formal and informal training sessions.
Prepare written documentation and users guides for internal systems.
Deal effectively with Department Managers, City Staff and outside vendors.
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination equivalent to experience and training that would provide the required
knowledge, skills, and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge,
skills, and abilities would be:
Experience:
5 years experience with increasing responsible professional work in Novell network
administration and Management Information Systems.
Education:
Equivalent to graduation from an accredited 4-year educational institution with a major
course work in Application Programming, Business Data Processing, Computer Science, or
Management Infonnation Systems.
Note: At the sole discretion of the City, extensive, applicable experience may be substituted
for 2 years of required education.
License or Certificate:
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver's license.
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City of Cannel-by-the-Sea
lnfonnation Systems/Network Manager (continued)
Possession of a certificate as a Certified Network Administrator, preferred.
Special Requirements:
Essential duties require the following physical skills and work environment:
Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel crouch, stoop, squat, and lift 50 lbs. ; ability to travel to
different facilities, availability for emergency on-call work during non-working hours; ability
to work in a standard office enviromnent.
Effective Date:
Revisions Effective:
March 1997
July 1, 1998
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Definition
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Automated Systems Technician
(Library)
Under general supervision, is responsible for the operation of the Library's automated
circulation system and its integration with other automated systems as required; provides
limited, as-needed support to the City's Information Systems/Network Manager; performs
other related duties as required.
Supervision Exercised
May exercise supervision over other Library personnel who are assigned to assist with
the operation of the Library's automated system.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties
Perform routine technical procedures to the library's circulation system.
Install new hardware and new and/or upgraded versions of software applications;
interface personal computers to related peripheral equipment including printers and
networks.
Designs, implements and supports local area networks (LAN's)
Implements library electronic information services - Internet, local menus, UMI
Proquest, etc .. .
Monitor computer system operations; identify potential computer system problems and
malfunctions; coordinate computer repairs and maintenance to printers, minicomputers,
microcomputers, terminals, communications equipment, and CD-ROM drives.
Prepare documentation and maintain service and inventory records for all library
hardware.
Serves as primary liaison with all hardware and software vendors and supervises all
computer and telecommunications repair and installation representatives.
Researches and develops recommendations for appropriate hardware and software
upgrades and enhancements.
City of Cannel-by-the-Sea
Automated Systems Technician (Library) (continued)
Examples of Important and Essential Duties (continued)
Attend appropriate meetings.
Provide written and/or oral reports to management on the status of the library's automated
system.
Maintains availability via phone and/or pager and makes arrangements for system
coverage when unavailable.
Prepare other written reports as required.
Other Job Related Duties
As time permits, may assist in the performance of routine library circulation and data
entry duties.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Job Related And Essential Qualifications
Knowledge of:
Library on-line computer systems.
Internet applications for libraries.
Proper operation, use and application of a computer and related peripherals and the
methods and procedures to maintain such equipment.
Local and Wide Area networking systems design, integration and management.
Microcomputer communications technology including Bulletin Board Systems,
Internet connectivity and TCP/IP communications protocols.
Computer applications including WordPerfect, MS Word, Excel, and related applications.
The English alphabet and basic mathematical principles.
Basic filing procedures.
Skill to:
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Automated Systems Technician (Library) (continued)
Operate a variety of computer equipment and related peripheral equipment.
Install and trouble shoot hardware and software.
Type and enter data at a speed necessary for successful job performance.
Ability to:
Read and interpret computer manuals and reports.
Keep informed of changing technologies and appropriate library applications, such as
data digitization.
Learn the Dewey Decimal system.
Learn basic library services and functions.
Learn automated library functions including circulation and bibliographic control.
Learn to adapt to new technology and computer applications.
Monitor computer system performance.
Utilize computer operating systems such as UNIX and DOS.
Install system upgrades, new hardware, and peripherals.
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Work independently in the absence of supervision.
Perform routine clerical library work with speed and accuracy.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish, maintain, and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those
contacted in the course of work.
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination equivalent to experience and training that would provide the required
knowledge, skills, and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the
knowledge, skills, and abilities would be:
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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Automated Systems Technician (Library) (continued)
Experience and Education
Any combination equivalent to an AA/ AS degree with credits in basic data processing, at
least three years of skilled clerical experience and a mjnimum of two years' computer
experience. Experience working in a library is beneficial.
Special Requirements:
Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment:
Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crouch, stoop, squat, twist, and lift up to 40 lbs. ; ability
to travel to various facilities; availability for emergency on-call work during non-working
hours; ability to work in a standard office environment.
Effective Date: July 1, 1998
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Lori Frontella
om:
...,ent:
To:
Subject:
Attachments:
Staff
Lori Frontella
Tuesday, September 09, 2014 3:50PM
Jason Stilwell; 'Leanne Graham'; Susan Paul
Three PRA's attached
PRA-105.pdf; PRA-1 06.pdf; PRA-104.pdf
Attached are 3 Public Records Request, it you or an employee of your department has any of these records,
please forward to me by Sept . 15, 2014.
Thank you
Lori
Lori J'ronte{{a, .Jvl:MC
Interim City Clerk
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
lfrontella@ci.carrnel .ca.us
Office- {831) 620-2007
Fax - {831)620-2004
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PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST LOG 2014

Request No. 2014-106

Information Requested: Mark Alcock contract /J uly & August invoices of
$28,044.






























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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Public Records Request
City Clerk Department
Due Date: ____ _
File No.: c2LJ!t../-fltb
(Office Use Only) (Office Use Only)
THIS PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST FORM ITSELF CONSTITUES A PUBLIC RECORD AND IS SUBJECT TO PUBLIC
DISCLOSURE UPON REQUEST. Fill out info in box only
Date Desired: ~ ~ ff:.-7
(City has 10 days to determine whether the request in whole or in part is a disclosable public record pursuant to GCS 6253(C).
In certain circumstances, the 10 date determination may be extended to an addition 14-days so long as persons are advised.)
Request Approved by City Attorney: _ __:_ / __ _
Discfosable Records:-----
Need tor Extension Past 10 Days: ________ Due Date:---------
If yes, was written notification sent:------ Date: ----------
Cost Associated with Request:-------- Total: $ _________ _
Request completed by:-----------Date Completed: -------
Method of Delivery:---------
Attach receipt of original request and invoice if applicable
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Bill To
Mark Alcock
45923 Jeronimo St.
Temecula, CA 92592
(562) 366-9300
City of Cannel
P.O. Box CC
Cannel, CA 93921
Quantity
FORENSICS ONLY: JUNE 2014
Description
9 ON SITE JUNE I 0, 2014: FENTON HEARING PREP
9 ON SJTE JUNE II , 2014: FENTON HEARING
P.O. No.
11 ON SITE JUNE 12, 2014: FENTON HEARING PREP & HEARING
9 ON SITE JUNE 13, 2014: FENTON HEARING
7 JUNE 14, 2014: WORKED ON MCINCHAK LAPTOP FOR EVIDENCE FOR
COUNSEL
5 JUNE 17, 2014: FENTON HEARING PREP
10.05 ON SITE JUNE 18,2014: FENTON HEARING
TRAVEL EXPENSES
UNJTED AIRLINES: JUNE 10-13,2014
CARMEL INN
A VIS RENTAL CAR
GAS: RENTAL CAR
AIRPORT PARKING
MEALS: $30 PER DAY
UNITED AIRLINES: JUNE 18, 2014
AVIS RENTAL CAR
AIRPORT PARKING
MEALS: $30 PER DAY
Invoice
Date Invoice#
7/22/2014 0722-1 4F
Terms Proje ct
Rate Amount
200.00 1,800.00
200.00 1,800.00
200.00 2,200.00
200.00 1,800.00
200.00 1,400.00
200.00 1,000.00
200.00 2,010.00
437.00 437.00
351.00 351.00
241.00 24 1.00
17.00 17.00
90.00 90.00
120.00 120.00
657.00 657.00
61.00 61.00
30.00 30.00
30.00 30.00
Total
$ 14,044.00
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Mark Alcock
45923 Jeroni mo St.
Temecula, CA 92592
(562) 366-9300
City of Cannel
P.O. Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
P.O. No.
Quantity Description
MAY &JUNE: NETWORK ONLY
4 MAY 2 & 3, 2014: DOWNLOADED AND APPLIED MS PATCHES TO NETWORK
WOR.KSTA TIONS
3 MAY 9, 2014: RESTORED VANDERFORD USER DATA FROM BACKUP
STORAGE DUE TO USER DELETION
2 MAY 12,2014: MAINTENANCE ON NAS I FOR BACKUPS
2 MAY 13,2014: INSTALLED & SET-UP EXTERNAL USB DRIVE FOR
REDUNDANCY OF MONTHLY BACKUPS
2 MAY 14, 2014: PLANNED AND IMPLEMENTED HR SHARES FOR CITY HALL
USE ON CITYBRAJN2.
3 MAY 15, 2014: RESOLVING CJTYBRAIN ERRORS, REBUILT FILE STRUCTURE
OF CITYBRAIN HARD DRIVE OS
3 MAY 19, 2014: SETUP AD AUDITING FOR CITYBRAIN & CITYBRAIN2
3 MAY 20, 20 I 4: SETUP FILE SYSTEM AUDITING ON CITY BRAIN &
CITYBRAIN2
8 MONTH OF MAY: CJTYBRAIN, CITYBRAIN2, CITYMAIL2- MONTHLY
MONITORING & BACKUP
10 ADMINISTRATING IT PERSONNEL ACTIVITY FORMA Y
4 JUNE 6, 2014: CREATED NEW I DRIVE FOR CITY HALL. SETUP FOLDERS
AND GROUPS. ADDED REQUESTED USERS FOR GROUPS
I JUNE 9, 2014: ASSISTED USERS IN COPYING USER DATA TO NEW SHARES.
ADDED NEW RIGHTS FOR SECURITY
4 JUNE 20, 2014: WORKED WITH THE MOM ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE
VENDOR IN PREPARATION FOR NEW SERVER IMPLEMENTATION
2 JUNE 21 , 2014: SPEC PRICING AND OPTIONS FOR NEW SERVERS
I JUNE 22, 2014: SPEC PRICING AND AVAILABILITY FOR HP 48 & 24 PORT
MANAGED SWITCHES
8 MONTH OF JUNE: CITYBRAIN, CITYBRAIN2, CITYMAIL2 - MONTHLY
MONITORING & BACKUP
10 ADMINISTRATING IT PERSONNEL ACTIVITY FOR JUNE
Invoice
Date Invoice#
7/22/2014 0722-14N
Terms Project
Rate Amount
200.00 800.00
200.00 600.00
200.00 400.00
200.00 400.00
200.00 400.00
200.00 600.00
200.00 600.00
200.00 600.00
200.00 1,600.00
200.00 2,000.00
200.00 800.00
200.00 200.00
200.00 800.00
200.00 400.00
200.00 200.00
200.00 1,600.00
200.00 2,000.00
Total
$14,000.00
Agreement#- ASD-PCS-MA/Sec-MA-002-2013
AGREEMENT FOR PROFFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into on this "'"A Wt;.ay of 2013, by
and between the CITY OF CARMEL-BY- to as he "CITY")
and Public Consulting Group (PCG), hereinafter referred to as "CONSUL TA T".
WITNESSETH
WHEREAS, the CITY is interested in Information Technology consulting and
assessment services; and
WHEREAS, the CITY desires to retain the services of a qualified consultant(s) to
assist in the installation and configuration of network routers and security devices and
other general information technology services; and
WHEREAS, CONSULTANT represents that Mr. Mark Alcock is qualified to
perform the services under this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Alcock may use additional qualified individuals to perform the
work required under this Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES HERETO DO MUTUALLY AGREE AS
FOLLOWS:
1. SCOPE OF SERVICES
A CONSULTANT shall perform information technology consulting and
assessment services described as Scope of Services set forth in Exhibit "A" attached
hereto and incorporated herein by this reference.
Said services and all duties incidental or necessary thereto shall be
performed diligently and competently and in accordance with professional standards of
performance.
2. COMPENSATION
A The CITY shall pay CONSULTANT for services in accordance with this
agreement an amount not to exceed $25,000 and reasonable expenses, for F.Y. 2013-
14. The Agreement is subject to annual renewal agreeable to both parties.
B. Payment of the invoice for services rendered will be
made after acceptance and approval by the CITY within thirty (30) days of receipt by the
City of such invoice.
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3. OWNERSHIP OF WORK PRODUCT
A Ownership of any reports, data, studies, surveys, charts, maps, figures,
photographs, memoranda, and any other documents which are developed, compiled, or
produced as a result of this Agreement, whether or not completed, shall vest with the
CITY.
B. Methodology, materials, software, logic and systems developed under this
Agreement are the property of CONSULTANT and the CITY, and may be used as
CONSULTANT and/or the CITY see fit, including the right to revise or publish the same
without limitation.
4. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
A The City Administrator for the CITY shall have the primary administrative
responsibility for the CITY under this Agreement, and shall review and approve
CONSULTANT's invoices to the CITY under this Agreement.
B. The City Administrator for the CITY shall have primary responsibility for
overseeing and directing CONSULTANT's preparation of the Scope of Services, and
shall coordinate all communications with CONSULTANT from the CITY.
5. COMPLETION DATE
A CONSULTANT shall make every reasonable effort to complete the listed
technology consulting services for the City.
B. CONSULTANT will diligently proceed with the work contracted for, but it is
expressly agreed and understood that CONSULTANT shall not be held responsible for
delays occasioned by factors beyond their control, nor by factors that could not
reasonably have been foreseen at the time of execution of this Agreement.
6. SUSPENSION/TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
A The right is reserved by the CITY or CONSULTANT to terminate or
suspend this Agreement with or without cause at any time by giving thirty (30) day's
written notice to the other party. In that event, all finished or unfinished documents,
date, studies, surveys, drawings, maps, models, photographs and reports, or other
material prepared by CONSULTANT pursuant to this Agreement shall be delivered to
the CITY; and CONSULTANT shall be entitled to receive just and equitable
compensation for any satisfactory work completed on the project prior to the date of
suspension or termination.
7. ASSIGNMENT
A This Agreement may not be assigned or otherwise transferred by either
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party hereto without the prior written consent of the other party.
8. ADDITIONAL SERVICES
A CONSULTANT may be requested to perform additional services beyond
the original Scope of Services as defined in Exhibit "A". Such additional services
include those due to abnormal conditions beyond CONSULTANT's control, changes in
phasing, time delays, changes in scope or requirements on the part of others and
services necessitated by legal challenge of the Plan. Such work will be undertaken only
upon written authorization of the CITY based upon an agreed amount of compensation.
9. NON-DISCRIMINATION/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
A CONSULTANT will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status,
physical or other motor handicap, unless based upon bonafide occupational
qualification. CONSULTANT will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are
employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their
race, creed, color, sex, age, and national origin, and marital status, physical or other
motor handicap.
10. HOLD HARMLESS
A CONSULTANT agrees to hold harmless the CITY, its public officials,
officers and employees from any loss, damage or liability arising directly from any
negligent act or omission by CONSULTANT. CONSULTANT shall not be responsible
for any loss, damage or liability arising from any act or omission by the CITY, its agents,
staff, other consultants, independent contractors, third parties or others working on the
project that have not been hired by CONSULTANT and over which CONSULTANT has
no supervision or control.
11. INSURANCE
A WORKER'S COMPENSATION
CONSULTANT certifies that it is aware of the provisions of the Labor
Code of the State of California which require every employer to be insured against
liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the
provisions of that Code, and it certifies that it will comply with such provisions before
commencing performance under this Agreement.
12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
A CONSULTANT is, and shall be at all times during the term of this
Agreement, an independent contractor.
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13. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
A. CONSULTANT shall at all time avoid conflicts of interest, or the
appearance of conflicts of interest, in the performance of this Agreement.
CONSULTANT shall file statements of financial interest, on forms provided by the CITY,
to the extent and at the times required by the CITY' s Conflict of Interest Code and
applicable law.
B. During the term of this Agreement, CONSULTANT shall conduct city
related communications with non-governmental groups, agencies, or individuals,
exclusively through the CITY.
14. NOTICES
A. Any notice to be given to the parties hereunder shall be addressed as
follows (until notice of a different address is given to the parties):
THE CITY: Jason Stilwell, City Administrator
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
CONSULT ANT: Mark Alcock
45923 Jeronimo Street
Temecula, CA 92592
Any and all notices or other communications required or permitted relative
to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed duly served and given when
personally delivered to either of the parties, CONSULTANT or the CITY, to whom it is
directed; or in lieu of such personal service, when deposited in the United States mail,
first class, postage prepaid, addressed to CONSULTANT or to the CITY at the
addresses set forth above.
Either party may change their address for the purpose of this paragraph
by giving written notice of such change to the other party in the manner provided for in
the preceding paragraph.
15. ATTORNEY'S FEES AND COURT VENUE
A. Should either party to this Agreement bring legal action against the other,
(formal judicial proceeding, mediation or arbitration), the case shall be handled in
Monterey County, California, and the party prevailing in such action shall be entitled to a
reasonable attorney's fee which shall be fixed by the judge, mediator or arbitrator
hearing the case and such fee shall be included in the judgment, together with all costs.
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16. AGREEMENT CONTAINS ALL UNDERSTANDINGS: AMENDMENT
A This document represents the entire and integrated Agreement between
the CITY and CONSULTANT, and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations
and agreements, either written or oral.
17. GOVERNING LAW
A This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California.
18. SEVERABILITY
A If any term of this Agreement is held invalid by a court of competent
jurisdiction the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in effect.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date
first hereinabove written.
CITY
By: __ = = ; r ~ v ~
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EXIBHIT A
SCOPE OF WORK
The Consultant will provide a variety of technology services including but not limited to:
Installing and configuring network routers and security devices.
Provide security guidance.
Additional information technology services as necessary.
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AMENDMENT NO. 1
TO CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA AND
MARK ALCOCK FOR TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING SERVICES
CONTRACT: PCS-MA-SEC-MA-002-2013
WHEREAS the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, hereinafter referred to as the CITY, and
Mark Alcock, hereinafter referred to as the CONSULTANT, have previously entered into a Contract
between the CITY and the CONSULT ANT, hereinafter referred to as the Agreement for the purposes of
having the CONSULT ANT provide professional information technology consulting services for the
CITY; and
WHEREAS the CONSULT ANT is performing a variety of ongoing IT professional services; and
WHEREAS the CITY requires an amendment to the existing contract with the CONSULTANT
to continue support services and IT consulting to continue the ongoing examination of the City's IT
infrastructure and related technology needs; and
WHEREAS the CITY and the CONSULT ANT wish to amend the Agreement to have the
CONSULTANT continue the work on City's IT structure, security support, network, and IT consulting
needs.
NOW THEREFORE, the Agreement is hereby amended as follows:
A. Work to be Performed. Under this Amendment No. 1 to MA-SEC-MA-002-2013, the
CONSULTANT will provide information technology consulting services as follows:
Infrastructure, network security, documentation, and meeting support.
Assistance as needed with the implementation of the strategic technology plan.
Additional IT consulting as needed.
B. Compensation. The total price for the work performed under this Amendment, which
may not be exceeded without the City's prior written approval, is $43,500. All other terms in this section
remain in full force and effect and are not modified by this Agreement.
In all respects other than as hereinabove expressly set forth the undersigned hereby ratifies this
Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement and that this Amendment No. I shall become effective on
CITY
By:
Jason Stilwell
City Administrator
CONSULTANT
By:
Mark Alcock
Consultant
Lori Frontella
Jason Stilwell rom:
dent:
To:
Monday, September 08, 2014 12:34 PM
Lori Frontella
Subject: FW: Sally Nagy
-----Original Message-----
From: Mary Schley [mailto :mary@ca rmelpinecone.com]
Sent: MondayJ September 08J 2014 11:38 AM
To : Jason Stilwell; Jason Burnett
Cc: Paul Miller
Subject: Sally Nagy
Hello Jason SJ
Could you please provide copies of all payments to companies involving Sally Nagy?
I understand she is principal of Public Consulting GroupJ which has been receiving tax
dollars for IT work for months. Now she appears in Items 7.E and 7.FJ pertaining to Granicus
and Springbrook) for "related project oversight."
How much has she already received ?
)lease send copies of any and all contracts with companies that involve Sally Nagy.
Please also explain how these contracts were awarded.
Thank youJ
Mary
Mary SchleyJ reporter
The Carmel Pine Cone
(831) 274-8660
mary@carmelpinecone .com
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Agreement # - ASD-PCS-MA-001-2013
AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into on this ~ d y ~ 2013, by
and between the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, herein referred to s the "CITY")
and Mark Alcock hereinafter referred to as "CONSULTANT".
WITNESSETH
WHEREAS, the CITY is interested in forensic technology investigative services;
and
WHEREAS, the CITY desires to retain the services of a qualified consultant to
assist in forensic technology investigative services; and
WHEREAS, CONSULTANT represents that Mr. Alcock is qualified to perform the
forensic investigatory services under this Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES HERETO DO MUTUALLY AGREE AS
FOLLOWS:
1. SCOPE OF SERVICES
A. CONSULTANT shall perform forensic technology investigative services as
determined by the CITY.
Said services and all duties incidental or necessary thereto shall be
performed diligently and competently and in accordance with professional standards of
performance.
2. COMPENSATION
A. The CITY shall pay CONSULTANT for services in accordance with this
agreement an amount not to exceed $25,000, at a billing rate of $200 per hour for F.Y.
2013-14 and reasonable expenses This Agreement is subject to renewal agreeable to
both parties.
B. Payment of the invoice for services rendered will be
made after acceptance and approval by the CITY within thirty (30) days of receipt by the
City of such invoice.
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3. OWNERSHIP OF WORK PRODUCT
A. Ownership of any reports, data, studies, surveys, charts, maps,
figures, photographs, memoranda, and any other documents which are
developed, compiled, or produced as a result of this Agreement, whether or not
shall vest with the CITY.
B. Methodology, materials, software, logic and systems developed>"
unde is Agreement are the property of CONSULTANT and the CITY, and may
be used as CONSULTANT and/or the CITY see fit, including the right to revise or
publish the same without limitation.
4. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
A. The City Administrator for the CITY shall have the primary
administrative responsibility for the CITY under this Agreement, and shall review
and approve CONSULTANT's invoices to the CITY under this Agreement.
B. The City Administrator for the CITY shall have primary responsibility
overseeing and directing CONSULTANT's services, and shall coordinate all
communications with CONSULTANT from the CITY.
5. COMPLETION DATE
A. CONSULTANT shall make every reasonable effort to complete the
listed Tasks associated with the investigative services for the City.
B. CONSULTANT will diligently proceed with the work contracted for,
but it is expressly agreed and understood that CONSULTANT shall not be held
responsible for delays occasioned by factors beyond their control, nor by factors
that could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of execut ion of this
Agreement.
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6. SUSPENSION/TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
A The right is reserved by the CITY or CONSULTANT to terminate or
suspend this Agreement with or without cause at any time by giving thirty (30) day's
written notice to the other party. In that event, all finished or unfinished documents,
data, studies, surveys, drawings, maps, models, photographs and reports, or other
material prepared by CONSULTANT pursuant to this Agreement shall be delivered to
the CITY; and CONSULTANT shall be entitled to receive just and equitable
compensation for any satisfactory work completed on the project prior to the date of
suspension or termination.
7. ASSIGNMENT
A This Agreement may not be assigned or otherwise transferred by either
party hereto without the prior written consent of the other party.
8. ADDITIONAL SERVICES
A CONSULTANT may be requested to perform additional services beyond
the original requested services. Such additional services include those due to abnormal
conditions beyond CONSULTANT's control, changes in phasing, time delays, changes
in scope or requirements on the part of others and services necessitated by legal
challenge of the Plan. Such work will be undertaken only upon written authorization of
the CITY based upon an agreed amount of compensation.
9. NON-DISCRIMINATION/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
A CONSULTANT will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status,
physical or other motor handicap, unless based upon bonafide occupational
qualification. CONSULTANT will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are
employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their
race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, physical or other motor
handicap.
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10. HOLD HARMLESS
A. CONSULTANT agrees to hold harmless the CITY, its public officials,
officers and employees from any loss, damage or liability arising directly from any
negligent act or omission by CONSULT ANT. CONSULTANT shall not be responsible
for any loss, damage or liability arising from any act or omission by the CITY, its agents,
staff, other consultants, independent contractors, third parties or others working on the
project that have not been hired by CONSULTANT and over which CONSULTANT has
no supervision or control.
11. INSURANCE
A. WORKER'S COMPENSATION
CONSULTANT certifies that it is aware of the provisions of the Labor
Code of the State of California which require every employer to be insured against
liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the
provisions of that Code, and it certifies that it will comply with such provisions before
commencing performance under this Agreement.
12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
A. CONSULTANT is, and shall be at all times during the term of this
Agreement, an independent contractor.
13. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
A. CONSULTANT shall at all time avoid conflicts of interest, or the
appearance of conflicts of interest, in the performance of this Agreement.
CONSULTANT shall file statements of financial interest, on forms provided by the CITY,
to the extent and at the times required by the CITY's Conflict of Interest Code and
applicable law.
B. During the term of this Agreement, CONSULTANT shall not directly or
indirectly, either as a partner, employer, employee, consultant, principal, agent or in any
individual or representative capacity, engage or participate in any business or voluntary
activity on behalf of any other party on any property located within the City without prior
written permission of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea.
C. During the term of this Agreement, CONSULTANT shall conduct city
related communications with non-governmental groups, agencies, or individuals,
exclusively through the CITY.
14. NOTICES
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A. Any notice to be given to the parties hereunder shall be addressed as
follows (until notice of a different address is given to the parties):
THE CITY:
CONSULTANT:
Jason Stilwell, City Administrator
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box CC
Carmel, CA 93921
Mark Alcock
45923 Jeronimo Street
Temecula, CA 92592
Any and all notices or other communications required or permitted relative
to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed duly served and given when
personally delivered to either of the parties, CONSULTANT or the CITY, to whom it is
directed; or in lieu of such personal service, when deposited in the United States mail,
first class, postage prepaid, addressed to CONSULTANT or to the CITY at the
addresses set forth above.
Either party may change their address for the purpose of this paragraph
by giving written notice of such change to the other party in the manner provided for in
the preceding paragraph.
15. ATTORNEY'S FEES AND COURT VENUE
A. Should either party to this Agreement bring legal action against the other,
(formal judicial proceeding, mediation or arbitration), the case shall be handled in
Monterey County, California, and the party prevailing in such action shall be entitled to a
reasonable attorney's fee which shall be fixed by the judge, mediator or arbitrator
hearing the case and such fee shall be included in the judgment, together with all costs.
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16. AGREEMENT CONTAINS ALL UNDERSTANDINGS: AMENDMENT
A. This document represents the entire and integrated Agreement between
the CITY and CONSULTANT, and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations
and agreements, either written or oral.
17. GOVERNING LAW
A. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California.
18. SEVERABILITY
A. If any term of this Agreement is held invalid by a court of competent
jurisdiction the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in effect.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date
first hereinabove written.
CITY
By:
CONSULTANT f-
By
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Agreement#- ASD-PCS-MA-Examiner-003-2013
AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into on this { t'l day of ;\tA-l p 2013, by
and between the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, herein r e f e r r e ~ e "CITY")
and Public Consulting Group (PCG), hereinafter referred to as "CONSULTANT".
WITNESSETH
WHEREAS, the CITY is interested in appointing a Computer Forensic Examiner;
and
WHEREAS, the CITY desires to retain the services of a qualified Examiner to
assist in the coordination of the investigation related to Information Technology; and
WHEREAS, CONSULTANT represents that Mr. Mark Alcock is qualified to
perform the services under this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Alcock may use additional qualified individuals to perform the
work required under this Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES HERETO DO MUTUALLY AGREE AS
FOLLOWS:
1. SCOPE OF SERVICES
A. CONSULTANT shall perform computer forensic consulting consulting and
assessment services described as Scope of Services set forth in Exhibit "A" attached
hereto and incorporated herein by this reference.
Said services and all duties incidental or necessary thereto shall be
performed diligently and competently and in accordance with professional standards of
performance.
2. COMPENSATION
A. The CITY shall pay CONSULTANT for services in accordance with this
agreement an amount not to exceed $25,000, at a bill ing rate not to exceed $200 per
hour and reasonable expenses, for F.Y. 2013-14. The Agreement may be amended and
is subject to annual renewal agreeable to both parties.
B. Payment of the invoice for services rendered will be
made after acceptance and approval by the CITY within thirty (30) days of receipt by the
City of such invoice.
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3. OWNERSHIP OF WORK PRODUCT
A Ownership of any reports, data, studies, surveys, charts, maps, figures,
photographs, memoranda, and any other documents which are developed, compiled, or
produced as a result of this Agreement, whether or not completed, shall vest with the
CITY.
B. Methodology, materials, software, logic and systems developed under this
Agreement are the property of CONSULTANT and the CITY, and may be used as
CONSULTANT and/or the CITY see fit, including the right to revise or publish the same
without limitation.
4. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
A The City Administrator for the CITY shall have the primary administrative
responsibility for the CITY under this Agreement, and shall review and approve
CONSULTANT's invoices to the CITY under this Agreement.
B. The City Administrator for the CITY shall have primary responsibility for
overseeing and directing CONSULTANT's preparation of the Scope of Services, and
shall coordinate all communications with CONSULTANT from the CITY.
5. COMPLETION DATE
A CONSULTANT shall make every reasonable effort to complete the listed
technology consulting services for the City.
B. CONSULTANT will diligently proceed with the work contracted for, but it is
expressly agreed and understood that CONSULTANT shall not be held responsible for
delays occasioned by factors beyond their control, nor by factors that could not
reasonably have been foreseen at the time of execution of this Agreement.
6. SUSPENSION/TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
A The right is reserved by the CITY or CONSULTANT to terminate or
suspend this Agreement with or without cause at any time by giving thirty (30) day's
written notice to the other party. In that event, all finished or unfinished documents,
date, studies, surveys, drawings, maps, models, photographs and reports, or other
material prepared by CONSULTANT pursuant to this Agreement shall be delivered to
the CITY; and CONSULTANT shall be entitled to receive just and equitable
compensation for any satisfactory work completed on the project prior to the date of
suspension or termination.
7. ASSIGNMENT
A This Agreement may not be assigned or otherwise transferred by either
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party hereto without the prior written consent of the other party.
8. ADDITIONAL SERVICES
A. CONSULTANT may be requested to perform additional services beyond
the original Scope of Services as defined in Exhibit "A". Such additional services
include those due to abnormal conditions beyond CONSULTANT's control , changes in
phasing, time delays, changes in scope or requirements on the part of others and
services necessitated by legal challenge of the Plan. Such work will be undertaken only
upon written authorization of the CITY based upon an agreed amount of compensation.
9. NON-DISCRIMINATION/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
A. CONSULTANT will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status,
physical or other motor handicap, unless based upon bonafide occupational
qualification. CONSULTANT will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are
employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their
race, creed, color, sex, age, and national origin, and marital status, physical or other
motor handicap.
10. HOLD HARMLESS
A. CONSULTANT agrees to hold harmless the CITY, its public officials,
officers and employees from any loss, damage or liability arising directly from any
negligent act or omission by CONSULTANT. CONSULTANT shall not be responsible
for any loss, damage or liability arising from any act or omission by the CITY, its agents,
staff, other consultants, independent contractors, third parties or others working on the
project that have not been hired by CONSULTANT and over which CONSULTANT has
no supervision or control.
11. INSURANCE
A. WORKER'S COMPENSATION
CONSULTANT certifies that it is aware of the provisions of the Labor
Code of the State of California which require every employer to be insured against
liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the
provisions of that Code, and it certifies that it will comply with such provisions before
commencing performance under this Agreement.
12. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
A. CONSULTANT is, and shall be at all times during the term of this
Agreement, an independent contractor.
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13. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
A. CONSULTANT shall at all time avoid conflicts of interest, or the
appearance of conflicts of interest, in the performance of this Agreement.
CONSULTANT shall file statements of financial interest, on forms provided by the CITY,
to the extent and at the times required by the CITY's Conflict of Interest Code and
applicable law.
B. During the term of this Agreement, CONSULTANT shall conduct city
related communications with non-governmental groups, agencies, or individuals,
exclusively through the CITY.
14. NOTICES
A. Any notice to be given to the parties hereunder shall be addressed as
follows (until notice of a different address is given to the parties):
THE CITY: Jason Stilwell, City Administrator
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
PO Box CC
Carmer, CA 93921
CONSULT ANT: Mark Alcock
45923 Jeronimo Street
Temecula, CA 92592
Any and all notices or other communications required or permitted relative
to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed duly served and given when
personally delivered to either of the parties, CONSULTANT or the CITY, to whom it is
directed; or in lieu of such personal service, when deposited in the United States mail,
first class, postage prepaid, addressed to CONSULTANT or to the CITY at the
addresses set forth above.
Either party may change their address for the purpose of this paragraph
by giving written notice of such change to the other party in the manner provided for in
the preceding paragraph.
15. ATTORNEY'S FEES AND COURT VENUE
A. Should either party to this Agreement bring legal action against the other,
(formal judicial proceeding, mediation or arbitration}, the case shall be handled in
Monterey County, California, and the party prevailing in such action shall be entitled to a
reasonable attorney's fee which shall be fixed by the judge, mediator or arbitrator