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• <br />1 <br />J <br />40 <br />4®3 <br />BE PASSED, ESTABLISHING FEES FOR BUSINESS LICENSES, COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 1977. MOTION CARRIED <br />WITH COUNCILMAN CARNS VOTING AGAINST. <br />Second reading was heard on the proposed amendment to the sauna parlor license. The City <br />Attorney explained that this was a housekeeping item, a portion having been left out of the <br />MOTION: original amendment. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN GELLERT, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON <br />THAT PROPOSED ORDINANCE #1829 BE PASSED, AND THE MOTION CARRIED. <br />AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR TO SIGN AGREEMENT <br />City Engineer Larson asked for authorization for the Mayor to sign an agreement with the <br />MOTION: PUD for Glen Ellen View Tracts underground wiring project, under LID 196: IT WAS MOVED BY <br />COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS TO AUTHORIZE THE MAYOR TO SIGN THE AGREEMENT <br />AS STATED. MOTION CARRIED. <br />CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES <br />The City Clerk reported that a claim for damages from John K. Winther had been received and <br />forwarded immediately to the insurance company for processing., <br />There was no further business to come before council, and the meeting was adjourned at 11:35 P.M. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, Gity Clerk <br />March 23,'.'1976', <br />ROLL CALL* <br />H. H. MARRISON, Mayor <br />TheFreguIar.meeting-:of.the Edmonds City Council was,call.ed to roder by Mayor,'Harve-Harrison at <br />7:30 P.M. in the Couhcil'Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center. All council members were present. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the meeting of March 16.had been posted, mailed and distributed. Councilman Gould <br />noted that on page 4, second paragraph form the bottom, on the 88th improvements, he had made the <br />motion to amend, not Gellert, as stated. The minutes then were approved as amended. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Councilman Carns advised council that at today's board meeting of the Edmonds Rotary Club, they <br />had come up with two offers: (1) that they would sponsor and pay the entire cost of the anchor, <br />or (2) would pay the difference between the amount collected and the $1100 needed. Councilman <br />Gellert noted that the private contributors might prefer to have their contributions kept and used, <br />and their names on the plaque, so he felt perhaps the administration should accept the second offer. <br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN GELLERT THEN MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT TO ACCEPT THE ROTARY CLUB OFFER TO <br />MAKE UP THE DIFFERENCE IN AMOUNT COLLECTED FOR THE ANCHOR AND THE $1100. MOTION CARRIED. <br />Councilman Gould advised for the record that he would not be present at the council meeting <br />March 30. <br />Councilman Gould said he had received a request from a county resident about a sewer problem and <br />what needs to be done to hook up to the city sewer lines. He added that he would like to place <br />this before the administration and Engineer and have the problem brought before council. It was <br />• noted by Councilman Gellert that it had been a long-time policy of the City of Edmonds not to <br />allow connection to city sewer lines except for inside city limits, or public facilities such as <br />MOTION: a school or hospital. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN GOULD, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON TO <br />PLACE THIS QUESTION ON.THE APRIL 20 COUNCIL AGENDA, AND THE MOTION CARRIED. <br />Councilman Gould also noted that he had received a copy of Substitute H.B. 90, in regard to gambl- <br />ing, etc., and he made the request that this be placed on the April 13 council agenda, with a <br />report from the City Attorney on its impact on the city of Edmonds. <br />Councilman Anderson brought up the item of the council dinner on the 21st at 6:30 at the Holiday <br />Inn. Councilman Carns then asked if perhaps the scheduled luncheons with the Staff for the first <br />Friday of each month could be changed to another Friday due to a conflict, and Councilman Anderson <br />said he would try to arrange something. <br />Mayor Harrison then reported that he had been guest speaker at the Golden Age Club held in the <br />Alderwood Youth Club in Alderwood Manor. He said the club has 200 members; that 91 had attended <br />that luncheon; and that the lady who had founded the Golden Age Club was 93 years old and still <br />a member. The Mayor noted that the club was self-supporting; that they had several years ago <br />been evicted from the the Edmonds Senior Center facility; and that they are an active group that <br />meets regularly - <br />AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION <br />Robert Olin told council that he had a preliminary plat that had been before the Planning Commission, <br />and he asked if his plat could be brought to council at the next meeting. There was some discussion, <br />MOTION: and with three councilmen going to be absent from that meeting, IT WAS MOVED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT, <br />SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GELLERT TO SET THE PRELIMINARY PLAT OF OLIN'S ADDITON FOR APRIL 6, AND THE <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />• <br />