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ORDINANCE 1920 <br />ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OP LOS GATOS <br />AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1844 RELATING TO THE MODIFICATION <br />OF THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS WHICH EFFECTED <br />ZONE CHANGE NO. 88 (UNIVERSITY /EDELEN HISTORIC DISTRICT) <br />The Town Council of the Town of Los Gatos does hereby ordain: <br />SECTION I <br />The district delineated on the attached map is hereby designated historically and <br />culturally significant as the University /Edelen Historic District HD- 86 -113. <br />SECTION II <br />The district is designated to be historically, architecturally, or aesthetically significant <br />for the reasons listed below: <br />A. Property: University /Edelen District Boundaries: <br />North - Saratoga Avenue <br />South - Main Street <br />East - Los Gatos Creek <br />West - Old Southern Pacific Railroad <br />(see map - Exhibit A) <br />B. Historic Designation HD -86 -113 <br />C. Description of Designation: District <br />D. Description of Characteristics which justify designation: <br />Historical <br />The University /Edelen area was originally part of the Mason Tract. In <br />September 1880, the area was subdivided into five parcels ranging from 6.75 <br />acres to 10 acres. These parcels were further subdivided and became the <br />Miles /Edelen Subdivision (The Vineyard Lots), the Hagerty Subdivision, the <br />Quick Subdivision, the Bentley /Pierce Subdivision and the Engrish Subdivision <br />which created the lots forming the University /Edelen Area. These <br />subdivisions predated the turn of the century. <br />