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said that he would like to have the city staff come up with some sketches *,for the protection <br />of all of the city buildings, meaning the Senior Center, the museum, etc. <br />PROPOSED ORDINANCES: <br />(1) CREATING C1XZENS SHORELINES MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (FIRST READING) <br />Mayor Harrison noted that this proposal is to appoint the ad hoc members to the committee. <br />Councilman Gould questioned the advisability of establishing another committee. Deputy City <br />Attorney, John Wallace, said that when the Draft Master Shoreline Program was drawn, passed <br />upon and sent to the State, it directed that a committee be set up composed,.of some of the <br />existing ad hoc citizen's committee to review the Master Program periodically and the inventory. <br />Mr. Wallis, the City Planner, noted that such a committee would be.very.helpful and of great <br />benefit, because of th'e knowledge gained by the committee members while doing their study. <br />Margaret Johnson, one of the members of that committee, felt that,the committee would be <br />extremely valuable to the council and staff. Jerry Gexchke, also a member, felt that the <br />council and staff needs to have input from the citizens of the community. The proposed <br />ordinance will come up for second reading next week. <br />(2) REGULATING CHURCHES IN RM ZONES SAME AS OTHER STRUCTURES IN RM ZONES (1ST READ.) <br />This proposed ordinance was presented.for first reading. <br />(3) TO EXCLUDE REAL ESTATE OFFICES IN RM ZONES (FIRST READING) <br />This proposed ordinance also was presented for first reading and will have its second reading <br />next week. <br />(4) AMENDMENT TO MASSAGE PARIAR ORDINANCE (SECOND READING) • <br />Police Chief, Marlo Foster, reported that there are six major changes in the ordinance, and <br />that body studios will be banned. The fee for the business has beon changed from $225.00 per <br />to $500.00; the attendant's license fee has been increased from $10.00 annually to $25.00 and <br />also requires that they have a State Masseur's License; attendant should have proof of physical <br />examination 30 days prior to making application; certain dress standards are stipulated and <br />the hours will be regulated with a requirement that the establishment be closed between the <br />hours of 12 midnight and 8:00 A.M. He recommended passage. COUNCILMAN GOULD MAOVED, SECONDED <br />BY COUNCILMAN CARNS TO PASS ORDINANCE #1823. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. <br />AUTHORIZATION TO ACQUIRE R/W FOR AHOHA STREET FROM METHODIST CHURCH <br />The City Engineer had presented a written report on this item, and stated that the purpose is <br />to create a proper turn. COUNCILMAN GELLERT MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GOULD TO AUTHORIZE <br />THE ENGINEER TO PROCEED AS HE HAS REQUESTED. MOTION CARRIED. <br />APPROVAL -OF FINAL PLAT - HIGGINS ADDITION DIVISION NO. 2 <br />The City Engineer reported that all the Engineering, Planning and Code requirements have been <br />met and he recommended approval. COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON <br />TO APPROVE THE FINAL PLAT OF HIGGINS DIVISION NO.:2-. MOTION CARRIED. <br />CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES <br />Ron Whaley noted that there will be a change in the procedure in acknowledging claims. He <br />said that from now on all Claims for Damages will be forwarded to the insurance company <br />immediately upon receipt, and that the council can be informed at the following meeting. <br />Meeting adjourned at 11:00 P.M. • <br />Irene Varney Moran, (aty Clerk H H. Harrison, Mayor <br />February -,17, 1976 <br />ROLL CALL <br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 7:30 P.M. by Mayor <br />Harve Harrison in the Council Chambers at the Edmonds Civic Center. All council members were <br />present, except Gellert, who had given prior notice that he would be absent. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />The minutes of the meeting of FeOruary 10th had been posted, mailed and distributed. Council- <br />man Carns noted that on page 1, 5th par., Senator Waalgren'smame had been misspelled. The <br />minutes were then approved with this correction. <br />COUNICIL PARTICIPATION <br />Mayor Harrison said that at this point he would like to add to the agenda the � nal Plat of <br />Bodine's Addition. City Engineer, Leif Larson, stated that the plat has been -checked and that <br />it has been revised to delete what was formerly included in the preliminary palt, based on <br />council action two weeks ago. The improvements are bonded, and he recommended approval. <br />Councilman Clement inquired about Lot #1. Joe Wallis, the City Planner, said that this is up <br />for consideration as a contract rezone at the present time, and the matter has not been resolved. <br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN ANDERSON MOVED FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE FINAL PLAT OF BODINE'S ADDITION. COUNCILMAN <br />CARNS SECONDED AND THE MOTION CARRIED. 0 <br />