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Telephone Service,. phone calls--7.90 E. V. Flick. mileage-------------- 5.04 <br />Puget Sound Stamp works, dogtags6.18 V. E. Holmquist, mileage, meals 20.00 <br />0. N. Soren.sen,,box rent-------- .75 Swenson Pharmacy, police supplies 2.25 <br />Engel Ins. Agency bonds -------- 10.00 Crow Hardware, supplies----------- 1.29 <br />Seattle Rubber Stamp, supplies- 1.29 Pantry Lunch, meals for prisioners 2.75 <br />E. Be Hubbard, Bond treas------ 30.00 Fire Dept. one fire --------------- 30:00 <br />Asso. Was4. Cities, fee -------- 50.00 Yost Auto Co. storage trucks ------ 15.01 <br />P. S. P. & Light, lights------- 9.56 George Jones, covering garbage----11.20 <br />Sater & Ridenour, oil for hall34.76 <br />Mrs. A. Parker, cleaning------- 5.00, <br />Ray H. Doty, sewer inspections- 4.00 <br />Cleve Little, extra police----- 7.00 <br />Two bids were received for the drilling of wells. One from Ernest Fe Axel - <br />son for $1200 for one well or �2400 for two wells. The other bid was from <br />Harold 0• Meyer Drilling Co. for $94 for one well or twice the amount for <br />two wells. A motion was made by Siefert and seconded by Chandler that the <br />Council accept the bid of Harold 0. Meyer for dieilling,one well with the <br />understanding that the second well be drilled for the same price., A vote <br />of the Council showed Chandler yes, McGibbon yes, Siefert yes Hansen yes, <br />and Clausen yes. <br />A motion was made by Chandler.and seconded by Clausen that the city pay the <br />taxes of $150 on Block 12$ lots 26, 27 and 28. A roll call vote showed <br />Chandler yes, McGibbon yes, Siefert yes, Hansen yes and Clausen yes. <br />Mayor Fourtner.appointed Councilmen McGibbon and Savage on the park board. <br />A motion was made,by Chandler and seconded by Clausen that the Mayor's <br />appointment be accepted. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Clausen that the \Water Supt. <br />p4rehas-e three dozen water meters. Motion carried.• <br />came before the Council <br />Mr. Purceval Asst. Supt of the Great Northern Railroadrin regards to having <br />the speed limit of trains through the City lifted, also to have an agreement <br />drawn up to have Bell Street abandoned. The Great Northern Railroad is to <br />furnish an agreement and plat to the City and submit it to the Council. A, <br />motion was made by Clausen and seconded by Hansen that the City agree to the <br />closing of Bell Street subject to the final approval of the City Council. <br />a roll call vote slowed Chandler yes, McGibbon yes, Siefert yes, Hansen yes <br />and Clausen yes. <br />A motion was made by McGibbon and. seconded by Siefert that we adopt the <br />resolution for paying the Fireman's Insurance . Motion carried. <br />H. J. Johnson came before the council in regards to getting the hydrant <br />replaced at tenth and Maple streets. This was referred tb the street com- <br />mittee. <br />d <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Clausen that the Superintendent <br />purchase the catch basins that are needed in the City. Motion carried. <br />Howard Sievers reported to - the Council that he was resigning as City Engineer. <br />The Council accepted hia resignation with regrets. <br />A. B. Miller reported to the Council that a new City.H all built of cement <br />blocks with four compartments for a jail, would cost $24,000 or $26,000. <br />The .Chief of Police Holmquist was instructed to enforce the law for parallel <br />parking at Fifth and Dayton streets, also to have a sign made for "no shoot- <br />ing" at the City dump. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />February 19, 1946. <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The'roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present Chandler,McGibbon, McDonell, <br />Savage, Siefert, Hansen and Clausen. <br />A motion was made by;Chandler and seconded by Savage that the bill for the <br />balance due the contractor for the sewer, for 4298.77 be paid. :Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Gatr and seconded by Siefert that the Bonds for the <br />sewer be paid out of the Current Expense Fund instead of the Water Revenue <br />Bonds Redemption Fund: Motion•carried. <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />