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X74 <br />.. <br />MOTION: IT•WAS MOVED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN C ARNS TO ACCEPT THE WORK OF JOINT VENTURE, <br />INC., AS COMPLETE AND THEREBY ESTABLISH THE 30 -DAY LIEN PERIOD. MOTION CARRIED. <br />SET DATES FOR HEARINGS ON PLANNIN;COMMISSION RESOLUTIONS <br />Four Planning Commission resolutions were presented to set dates for hearings before council. They <br />were #485, recommending excluding real estate office from RM zones with conditional use; #486, regu- <br />lating churches in RM zones the same as other structures in RM zones; #487, amending zoning oudinance., <br />to allow acute care general hospitals to have alcoholic and mental facilities; and #489, an amend- <br />ment to zoning ordinance to provide for crisis centers in CG zones and exclude in BC zones (correc- <br />tion of code error). <br />A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT TO SET FEBRUARY 17 AS THE <br />DATE FOR HEARING ON RESOLUTIONS #485 AND #486, AND FEBRUARY 24 AS THE DATE FOR HEARING ON #487 AND <br />#489. MOTION CARRIED. <br />ADJOURNMENT <br />There was no further business to come before the council, and the meeting was adjourned at <br />followed by a brief executive session in the Mayor's office. <br />WE W M _,_ - d - - M, 0. M d — N <br />��� f��ty Clerk <br />January 20, 1976 <br />ROLL CALL <br />4H.. HARRISON, Mayor <br />11:05 P.M. <br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order by Mayor Harve Harrison at 7:30 <br />P.M. in the Council Chambers at the Edmonds Civic Center. All council members were present, except <br />Clement who had notified the City Clerk that he would be absent. <br />E <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />The minutes of the meeting of January 13, 1976 had been posted, mailed and distributed. Councilman <br />Gellert noted that on Page 2 in the 3rd from the last paragraph, 2nd from the last line, the gentleman's <br />name should be spelled "Newerf", not Mueller. The minutes were then approved as corrected. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Councilman Carns stated that the council members had received a letter from Councilman Nordquist <br />dated January 15th which dealt with job descriptions far exempt employees. He felt that a committee <br />should be formed to discuss some of the job descriptions with the assistance of Ron Whaley, the <br />Mayor's Administrative Assistant. It was thought that this might give some opportunity to draft <br />a form to use in reviewing those positions in relation to salaries next year, and that the Prior <br />MOTION: Report could be used to help accomplish this task. COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED TO DISCUSS THIS MATTER <br />AND APPOINT A COMMITTEE AT THE COUNCIL MEETING NEXT WEEK. COUNCILMAN HERB SECONDED AND THE MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />Councilman Anderson gave notice that he would be absent on the 3rd of February. <br />Councilman Anderson noted that the Council had met in December to discuss salaries for the exempt <br />personnel. He called for an executive session to be scheduled for further discussion and feedback <br />to department heads if they desire. He also said that the two former council members, Natalie <br />Shippen and Norma Bruns, should be invited to attend. COUNCILMAN ANDERSON MOVED, SECONDED BY • <br />COUNCILMAN GELLERT TO SCHEDULE AN EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28TH AT 7:30 P.M. TO <br />DISCUSS THIS MATTER. MOTION CARRIED. The Deputy City Attorney, John Wallace, said that this would <br />be anappropriate matter for executive session if it is about appointment, employment or termination. <br />In response to a request from the Council, Mr. Wallace said that he would be available that evening <br />to advise the Council. Mr. Whaley was asked to schedule department heads for meeting with the <br />Council through his office. <br />Councilman Gellert said that he was reminded by one of the State Highway Commissioners that when the <br />new ferry route was completed we were going to have that designated as a truck route. City Engineer, <br />Leif Larson, stated that they have been taking counts on truck traffic. He said that last week in <br />a one hour period 58 trucks went down 196th west of Highway 99 and only four of them went through. <br />He said that it appeared that the truck traffic in that period of time was basically local. He <br />questioned whether we should initially pass an ordinance and maybe we should solicit the cooperation <br />of the Washington Trucker's Association and the companies that have tankers going through. Mr. Larson <br />said that the State Highway Department has scheduled re-signing of the FAI-5 for the southbound traffic, <br />so they will remove the signs from 196th. He said that they would like to have more than one count. <br />Councilman Gellert asked that Mr. Larson report back to the Council in 60 days and that this be put <br />on the extended agenda. <br />Councilman Gellert said that he would like to have a brief report on the significance -of the State <br />Department of Ecology ruling on the Union Oil Swamp. Mr. Wallace, said that if it stands; if itis <br />not challenged in Superior Court; it would mean that the Master Program would be eligible to be <br />approved by the State. He said that it has been found to be within the jurisdiction of the Shore- <br />lines Management Act. Mr. Wallace said that the normal appeal period is 30 days from the date <br />of the ruling. <br />11 <br />