No. 3, the Grandview Addition, e§ttendi.ng from Ninth avenue to tenth ave.,
<br />and south to 213uSv Wt•reAttorney Holtereported 90% of the property had signed
<br />for thfs annexation. A motion was made by Councilman Bishop and seconded by
<br />Councilman Talen that Ord. No. 668 annexating this property to the City be
<br />- pas'sed.. Motion carried.
<br />This was ald.o the night set for a hearing'on the rezoning of three lots of property
<br />on the west side of Third Avenue, the Planning committee recommended and a motion was
<br />made by councilman B&shop and seconded by Councilman Kincaid that the request for
<br />rezoning the west side of Third avenue be denied because of existing laws and ordinances.
<br />Motion carried.
<br />Carl Eisen
<br />Commissioner Mr. Albright and Fire Chief from Fire District No. 1 came before the Council
<br />asking to have a written agreement with Edmonds Fire Department, Fire Chief Jim .Astell
<br />stated it was not necessary to have an agreement in writi.hg, he stated that the State
<br />Law takes care of it. Mayor Maxwell asked torh6ve the agreement returned to us for
<br />Attorney Holte reported that he has another proposed annexation to the City, a motion
<br />was made by councilman Talen and seconded by councilman Bishop that October 4 be set
<br />for the hearing date, subject to Attorney Nolte checking the percentage of signatures.
<br />Motion carried.
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<br />Mr.•sUsher again came before the council in regards to the drainage water that backs
<br />up in his basement, when we have a heavy rain. The water committee recommended and a
<br />motion was made by councilman Tuson and seconded by Council�±an Cloud that the Eng—
<br />ineer %draw up specification for a storm sewer and call for bids, to be opened October 18,
<br />to be paid for from Sewer Service charge. Motion carried.
<br />Chairman of the water -Committee Tuson stated the wood water tourer in South Edmonds is
<br />being taken down.
<br />It was recommended by Chairman of street committee Kincaid that thegrade for Tenth and
<br />Daley street as established by Engineer Reid be the final grade.
<br />Attorney Holte reported that Mr. "an Sullivan has accepted $7000 for his property.
<br />He also reported Mr. Grimes has offered �5500 for his property at Fifth & Ech onds
<br />street and 1,1r. Nicolay asks $3100.00
<br />A motion 1vMs made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Bishop that the
<br />bill for $382 for Engineering on the water department be paid. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Sommerseth that up
<br />to $100 be allow$d to equip the auxiliary police with caps and badges. ?notion carried.
<br />A moti8R � c a iiuson and seconded by councilman Talen that the five
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<br />g y A udcil. .Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Bishop and seconded by councilman Talen that the final
<br />plat of Neil addition be accepted. Motion carried.
<br />The Council accepted the plat of Glandville addition.
<br />There being no further.busine the meeting adjourned.
<br />City Cl er Bayer
<br />October 3, 1955
<br />The Council met for its special session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. The roll call
<br />r showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Kincaid, Cloud, Bishop and Sommerseth.
<br />This being the night set by law for the fixing the final budget, the Council pro-
<br />ceeded with the adjustments. Upon its completion the revenues for Current Expense fund
<br />are $55,199.60, Street Fund, $33,443.00, General Seger Bond Fund, 744.00, General
<br />Obligation Fund, City Hall $319.00,. Water Fund, $120,060.00. Receipts for Current
<br />Expense showed 438,405, to be faised by 7.9 mills -on $2,125,902 assessed valuation
<br />$14,.794.60. Sheet Fund receipts $19,413.00, to be railed by 6.6 mills on $2,125,902
<br />assessedvaluation, $141030.00.� To.be raised by .35 mills for General Sewer Bond fund
<br />$744.00, and to be raised by .15 mills for General Obligation, City Hall $319.00.
<br />.Making a total of 15 mills .which will raise $31,888.55, with 1 mill special levy for
<br />the Fire. truck, in the amount of $2,125.00. The revenues from the pater Department
<br />showed $1200060.00.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Bishop that Ordinance
<br />No. 669 be nassed and publ' hed.. Motion carried.
<br />October 4, 1955
<br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. Zle Roll call
<br />showed the following councilmen prevent Tuson, Talen, Kincaid Cloud and Bishpp.