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U <br />1 <br />1 <br />E <br />1 <br />0 <br />(8) Olympic View Water District: Councilman Anderson noted that since Olympic View Water <br />District employees,are required by law to be absorded, I favor separate management for 2 to.3 <br />yesars to afford absorption -of these employees. Edmonds would assume continuation of Olympic <br />View service quality and improvements. <br />MOTION: Following discussion on this subject, COUNCILMAN CLEMENT MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN <br />GOULD TO DROP OUT THE PHRASE AFTER "I FAVOR" IN COUNCILMAN ANDERSON'S STATEMENT, AND ADD IN WITH <br />EMPLOYEES THAT SINCE OLYMPIC VIEW WATER DISTRICT EMPLOYEES ARE REQUIRED BY TO BE ABSORBED, <br />EDMONDS-WOULD ASSUME CONTINUATION OF OLYMPIC VIEW SERVICE QUALITY AND IMPORVEMENTS. THE MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />(9) Fire District #1: Councilman Anderson's memo stated to maintai.n�what is legally permissible, <br />and I favor special consideration for the absorption of Fire District #1 employees into the <br />Edmonds system. <br />MOTION: There was discussion on the'ETr-e District, and resulted in A MOTION BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, SECONDED <br />BY COUNCILMAN HERB TO MAINTAIN WHAT IS LEGALLY PERMISSIBLE FOR FIRE DISTRICT #1 EMPLOYEES. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />MOTION: At this point, COUNCILMAN CARNS MADE A MOTION OT ACCEPT THE PETITION FOR ANNEXATION ONLY IF THEY <br />HAVE A COMPARABLE NUMBER OF SIGNATURES OF THOSE WHO HAVE SIGNED THE ANTI -ANNEXATION PETITION, <br />AND BY MAY 4, 1.976. THIS MOTION WAS LATER WITHDRAWN. <br />MOTION:: IT WAS THEN MOVED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS THAT THE CITY EXPRESS THAT <br />IT NEITHER ENDORSES NOR TAKES A STAND AGAINST ANNEXATION OF THE ESPERANCE AREA.EXCEPT UPON <br />PRESENTATION OF 1000 VALID SIGNATURES BY JUNE 15, 1976; AND THAT THE PRESENT LEADERS OF BOTH <br />MOVEMENTS (PRO AND ANTI) BE PRESENTED WITHIN A WEEK OF -THIS MEETING, THE ITEMS.AS VOTED UPON <br />TONIGHT IN REGARD TO THE CITY'S VIEWS ON THE ANNEXATION. MOTION CARRIED. <br />It was decided that the city staff would prepare petition forms for the people to circulate in <br />the area. <br />REPORT FROM ATTORNEY ON IMPACT OF SUB. H.B. 90 ON CITY OF EDMONDS <br />The City Attorney had sent a memo to each council member explaining that the only change made <br />by Substitute House Bill 90 that is relevant to the Edmonds Gambling Ordinance allows the city <br />to tax sports pools. Subsequent amendments to -::the city gambling law have removed fishing derbies <br />from the definiation of gambling add accordingly, they should be removed from the Edmonds <br />MOTION: Ordinance as a taxable form of gambling. COUNCILMAN GOULD THEREFORE MOVED, SECONDED..BY COUNCIL. -- <br />MAN HERB TO INSTRUCT THE ATTORNEY TO DELETE FISHING DERBIES FROM THE TAXABLE GAMBLING FORMS OF <br />THE CITY OF EDMONDS, AND THE MOTION CARRIED. <br />DISCUSSION ON DATE FOR JOINT DINNER MEETING WITH MOUNTLAKE TERRACE COUNCIL <br />Councilman Gellert noted that Councilman Nordquist had been the one to bring this item before <br />MOTION: council., and since Councilman Nordquist was not present at this time, COUNCILMAN GELLERT MOVED, <br />SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN HERB TO SET THIS MATTER OVER FOR ONE WEEK. VOTE ON THE MOTION SHOWED <br />TWO COUNCILMEN IN FAVOR; TWO AGAINST; AND THE MAYOR BROKE THE TIE FOR THE MOTION TO CARRY. <br />DISCUSSION OF POSSIBILITY OF SENDING REPRESENTATIVE TO SEMINAR IN OLYMPIA <br />MOTION: In regard to the seminar being held June 9-11 in Olympia, A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN GOULD, <br />SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GELLERT THAT COUNCILMAN HERB BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND, AND M.A.A. WHALEY IF HE <br />WISHED TO ATTEND ALSO. MOTION CARRIED. <br />There was no further business to come before council, and the meeting was therefore adjourned <br />at 11:15 P.M. <br />April 20, 1976 <br />ROLL CALL <br />Regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order by Mayor Harve Harrison at <br />7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center, with all council members present. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of April 13 had been posted, mailed and distributed, and with no <br />omissions nor corrections, they were approved as written. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Councilman Gellert stated that he and Councilman Nordquist had attended a meeting on the Senior <br />Center and since funding via grants can be applied for when the approval has been given for the <br />architect, etc., and only the first phase hasbeen.approved, he asked that an item be, placed on <br />next week's agenda approving the architect for future phases so that applications can be pro- <br />MOT;ION: cessed for funding. IT,WAS THEREFORE MOVED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN <br />GOULD THAT THIS ITEM BE PLACED ON THE APRIL 27 COUNCIL AGENDA, AND THE MOTION CARRIED. This <br />item is for Senior Center remodeling. <br />Councilman Gellert noted that on the Board of Adjustment agenda -for tomorrow night there was an <br />item regarding Liberty Cable TV antenna at the water tank site along with other equipment, and <br />MOTION: A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN GELLERT, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS THAT THE CITY COUNCIL GO <br />ON RECORD AS FAVORING THE VARIANCE WHICH WOULD PERMIT LIBERTY CABLE TV TO PLACE THE RECEIVING <br />ANTENNAS ATOP THE CITY WATER TANK AND "HEAD END" EQUIPMENT ON THE TANK SITE NEAR FIVE CORNERS <br />BECAUSE THIS SITE IS ONE -OF THE HIGHEST WITHIN THE CITY OF EDMONDS;,.THE•RESULTING IMPROVED <br />RECEPTION WOULD BENEFIT A LARGE NUMBER OF RESIDENTS WITHIN THE CITY OF EDMONDS: THIS SITE <br />WOULD FACILITATE OBTAINING IMPORVED RECEPTION FORM CANADIAN TV VIA MICROWAVE REPEATERS; THE <br />