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• <br />ri <br />0 <br />1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />issue, come forward to the council via resolution from the Park Board. <br />REPORT ON TRUCKS ON 196TH (ENGINEER) <br />The City Engineer reported that truck counts had been done on 196th since the Spring of 1975. <br />He said of 41 trucks starting from 64th, 15 arrived at 76th and 7 ended up at 3rd and Main. <br />He went through some further counts with the help of a chart. He said that they had also <br />studied which direction the trucks go when they get off the ferry. Mr. Larson said that 17 <br />trucks got off the ferry - 10 turned and went out SR 104 and 7 went up Main Street. He said <br />that the State Highway Department is going to re-sign and designate SR 104 as the'.Ferry Route <br />and have this completed by the first of May. He said that the City is expected to receive a <br />letter from the Highway Department this week which will say when this is to be done. Mr. <br />Larson said that at the same time he would like to forward the information to the truckers <br />and trucker's associations indicating this. He said that a great deal of the truck traffic <br />appears to be local. He said that he would like to continue studying this, and see how the <br />MOTION: traffic will flow after the sigps'_' are put up. COUNCILMAN ANDERSON MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCIL- <br />MAN CARNS TO HAVE A FURTHER REPORT ON TRUCK'COUNTS ON 1.96TH AT THE JUNE 15TH COUNCIL MEETING. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION #363, 174TH R/W �C_ONTINUED FROM MEETING OF 2/17) <br />City Engineer, Leif Larson, reviewed this matter and had several overlays of proposals for <br />adjusting the right-of-way. Some sketches disregarded the Hinton House and others relocated <br />the right-of-way to the north of the Hinton stone wall. It was noted that Hinton has not <br />acquired title to the property by adverse possession, as there was just a one year period be- <br />tween building of the house and acquisition of the right-of-way. There was general discussion, <br />with the Engineer saying that his -first recommendation would be to get rid of the Hinton House <br />and make a decent road all the way through with plenty of room for walks. However, at this <br />time he proposed a right-of-way just a little south of the house. Councilman Anderson said <br />that since the house may be there for some time, he would be in favor of moving the right -of - <br />MOTION: way on the Official Street Map over 10 feet. COUNCILMAN ANDERSON MOVED TO DIRECT THE CITY <br />ENGINEER TO PREPARE FINAL DRAWINGS OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR SUBMISSION AS PART OF THE OFFICIAL <br />STREET PLAN, SO THAT THE ORIGINAL PROPOSAL BE INCORPORATED AND THE EAST END OF THE STREET IN- <br />CORPORATE A 10' OFFSET TO THE NORTH FROM THE ORIGINAL AND THE LOCATION OF THE HINTON HOUSE; <br />AND THAT THIS RECOMMENDATION BE DIRECTED BACK TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION. COUNCILMAN GELLERT' <br />SECONDED THE MOTION AND IT WAS CARRIED. <br />APPROVAL OF FINAL PLAT - SUNSET WEST, DIVISION 7. <br />MOTION: It was requested that this item be postponed for further right-of-way research. COUNCILMAN <br />NORDQUIST MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS TO DELAY THIS ITEM FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />ACCEPTANCE OF CONSTRUCTION OF 220TH URBAN ARTERIAL PROJECT AS COMPLETE BY WEST COAST CONSTRUCTION <br />CO., INC. TO ESTABLISH 30 -DAY LIEN.PERIOD. <br />The City Engineer advised that the above-named company has completed the construction on 220th <br />from the Traction Right -of -Way east of Highway 99 to 84th Avenue West. The traffic markings <br />remain to be done and the contractor has posted a cashier's check in the amount of $3,000 to <br />insure completion of .the work. Mr. Larosn requested establishment of the lien period and said <br />MOTION: that the total retainage would be $34,980.09. COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCIL- <br />MAN ANDERSON TO ESTABLISH THE 80 -PAY RETAINAGE PERIOD IN THE ABOVE -ENTITLED MATTER. MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />REVIEW OF POLICIES & STANDARDS RELATING TO PRIVATE ROADS <br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS THAT THIS MATTER BE POSTPONED TO MARCH <br />30TH PER ENGINEER"S MEMO. MOTION CARRIED. <br />CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES <br />Council acknowledged receipt of a Claim for Damages from Francis G. Holt. This has been forward- <br />ed to the insurance company. <br />There being no further business to come before the council, the meeting was adjourned at 10:30 P.M. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, 0 ty Clerk <br />March 16, 1976 <br />ROLL CALL <br />� w <br />H. H: HARRISON, Mayor <br />Regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 7:30 P.M. by Mayor Harve <br />Harrison in The Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center. All council members were present. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the work meeting of March 9 -had ;been posted, mailed and.distributed, and, with no omissions <br />nor corrections, they were approved as written. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Councilman Gould mentioned a letter previously received from M.A.A. Whaley, indicating a meeting <br />