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Vic Holmquist was sworn in by the Mayor for Councilman at large and Ernie Vollan <br />for councilman of second ward for the unexpired terms, with both signing the Oath <br />of office. <br />A letter was read to the council in which Dr. Stronce withdraws his offer on fourth avenue. <br />t <br />A petition from Mr. Gootee to annex his property, which lies north of the City limits, <br />was read to the council. A motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by council- <br />man Maxwell that the necessary ordinance be drawn up by the attorney. Motion carried. <br />This was the night set for the hearing on assessment roll for L. I. D. #64. Mr. Gunning <br />was the only property owner objecting to his 'assessment. Assessment roll Ordinance-##610 �� v <br />was read to the council, a motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by council- <br />man Tucker that Ord. ##610 be published. Motion carried. <br />on <br />Mr,. Russell asked for permission for the American Legion to putthe 3 and 4th of July <br />celebration at the City Park, with a street parade and a Kiddie Parade. A motion was <br />made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Vollan that this permission be <br />granted but the. -question of a postponed.. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Gerdon asked that a proaect be set up to improve Caspers street from Third avenue <br />to Sunset Avenue, on a 40-60 basis. A motion was made by councilman -Tucker and seconded <br />by councilman Engels that the city pay 40% of the street improvement, the property <br />owners to pay 60% and bear all expense of curb and gutter, subject to final approvement <br />by the council after the Engineers estimate has been presented, engineering to be paid <br />from the street fund. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Marshall ask for permission to install a sewer from 6th to 7th North of Glen street. <br />A motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Maxwell that permission <br />begranted him to put in an 8 inch sewer with the necessary manholes as per engineers <br />instructions and same be turned over to the city together with the necessary property <br />easements, on that he extend his present 6 inch connection the same to be retained as <br />a private sewer only. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Tuson that the first <br />Council meeting night be devoted to the general order of business and paying of bills and <br />the second meeting night be for committee meetings and committee reports. Motion carried. <br />The question of the current Expense account was referred to the several -committees. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Engels that the City <br />adopt the daylight saving time in accoedance with Seattle. Motion carried. <br />A;motion was made by councilman Maxwell'and seconded by councilman Holmquist that a speed limit <br />of ten miles per hour be established in all alleys. Motion carried. <br />Therebeing no further business the meeting adjourned: <br />As st. City Clerk Mayor , <br />May 1, 1951 <br />The Coundil met -for its regular session with Mayor McGibbon presiding. The roll call <br />showed the following councilmen present, Vollan, Tucker, Tuson, Engels and Maxwell. <br />The Treasurers and Water collectors reports were read to the council. <br />A letter was read from Mrs. Rosenquist and Olson in North Edmonds, asking to have <br />her line separated from the Wailes line in order that they might have more water <br />in the summer time. The Supt. was asked to make this change when time premitted <br />him to do so. <br />An easment from George Yost to lay a water line along his property in the Hannah Park <br />addition was read to the council, and ordered to be recorded. <br />A motion was made by councilman Vollan and seconded by councilman Tuson that the bills <br />which were approved by the auditing committee be allowed and viarrants be drawn on the <br />proper funds. Motion carried. _.. _... <br />This was the night'set for the hearing of the annexation of a piece of property <br />owned`by Douglas G6otdejust north of the north city limits. There being no one <br />opposing the annexation a motion was made by councilman Tucked and seconded by <br />councilman Maxwell that Ordinance No. 611 b,e.adopted and published. Motion carried. <br />An -amendment to the traffic code making the spend limit in the alleys ten miles <br />per hour was read to the Council and ordered published. <br />and curb and gutter <br />A bid was received from the United Paving Co., for the paving.of Caspers street <br />from Third Avenue to Sunset Avenue, in the amount of $5729.55nto the property <br />owners and $1639-G,2 for the city's porti6n of 40% of the paving. A motion was <br />made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Maxwell that we accept the bid <br />of United Paving Co. and all money of private citizens be put in escroe and the <br />maximium cost not to exceed $5729.55 and the city share not to exceed 1j1639.02 <br />Motion carried. <br />