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436 <br />There was no further business to come before the Council, and the meeting was adjourned at <br />10:35 P.m. <br />June 1, 1976 <br />• <br />MOTION: <br />Avenue. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN CARSN, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN RdRDQUIST, TO ACCEPT <br />Harve Harrison in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center with all councilmen present <br />THE IOW BID. MOTION CARRIED. <br />except Herb who arrived at 7:45 p.m. <br />REQUEST) OR EXTENSION .OF BID DATE OPENING EOR LIBRARY CARPETING (SUGGESTED JUNE.10) <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of May 25,'1976 had been posted, mailed and distributed. <br />M.A.A..Ron Whaley said the Librarian had asked for -an extension because the specifications <br />Councilman Carns noted that at the bottom of page 1. Downtown Parking Committee Report, <br />had been binding to one brand, one type and one color, and that new specifications'had been. <br />MOTION: <br />prepared. 'A MOTION WAS,MADE BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GOUL.D,,TO APPROVE <br />The minutes were then approved as amended. <br />THE EXTENSION OF THE BID OPENING FUR LIBRARY CARPETING. MOTION CARRIED. <br />Councilman Clement reported he.had received a telephone call from a member of the Arts <br />PROPOSED AGREEMENT FUR SNOHOMISH COUNTY.PLANNING BLACK GRANT (FROM MEETING OF 5/18) <br />Commission expressing concern about the wording of the plaque on the sculpture to be,•plac_ed in <br />The discussion continued from last week concerning the.time provided for a party to withdraw <br />been reviewed by the Arts Commission. The concern regarding the wording was that proper credit <br />from the agreement. Except for this part of the.agreement it appeared to be essentially what <br />was not being given to the young people of Edmonds who are doing this. Councilman Gould had <br />it had been in the.past, but .the Council members were not comfortable with the requirement <br />had allowed this group to ask students to donate 25¢ to the project and in turn each donor's <br />that two yearst. notice were necessary to withdraw from the agreement. AFTER LENGTHY DISCUSION, <br />name would be placed in a capsule inside the monument. Inasmuch as M.A.A. Whaley was not <br />MOTION: <br />A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN 0,11 RT, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, THAT THE MAYOR BE <br />AUTHORIZED TO EXECUTE THE INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR RMICIPATION IN THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY <br />DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION AS WRITTEN EXCEPT THAT THE WORD "SECOND" IN THE LAST <br />LINE IN THE SECOND FROM THE LAST PARAGRAPH ON PAGE,,'SHALL 3& STRICKEN. MOTION CARRIED. <br />FIRST READING PROPOSED ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING LIFE OF BUILDING PERMITS <br />Building Official Harry Whitcutt reviewed the proposed ordinance and said it had been review- . <br />ed by'the Code Committee on April 19.. The Code Committee had recommended that building permits <br />be limited to a one-year period and that the suspension clause be removed from the Code. <br />Final reading of the ordinance will be at the June 1 meeting. <br />RESOLUTION FOR ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY <br />• <br />M.A.A. Ron Whaley reviewed the proposed resolution, regarding the waterfront area from the <br />southern boundary of the existing Port of Edmondsto the northern boundary of -the existing <br />Port of Edmonds to the northern boundary of the Town of Woodway which has been designated <br />for aquatic recreation purposes by the Comprehensive Land Use Pian and which is presently <br />leased by the City for waterfront park and recreation purposes. He said the IAC application <br />has to be in by June 1, with the City funds covering 25%. State funds 25% and federal funds <br />50%, the City's.amount being 810,125. Discussion followed regarding re-leasing rather than <br />acquirng,.improvements to the property and the time in which to provide the money. Although <br />the resolution provides that the City's matching monies would be part of its 1977 budget, it <br />does not preclude their being paid in 1976. The City Attorney pointed out that estimates <br />should be included for appraisal fees, legal fees and condemation fees, probably about 83,500. <br />MOTION: <br />A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GOULD, THAT THE -CITY APPLY FOR <br />IAC GRANT; THAT.THE AMOUNT OF LOCAL MATCHING MONIES IS NOT TO EXCEED 81495009 AS PART OF THE <br />CITY418 BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1977; THAT THE SIZE OF THE PROPERTY INDICATED IN SUBPARAGRAPH <br />2 OF'RESOLUTION NO. 359 BE CORRECTED TO 5 1/2 ACRES;'AND THAT RESOLUTION NO. 359 BE PASSED. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />There was no further business to come before the Council, and the meeting was adjourned at <br />10:35 P.m. <br />June 1, 1976 <br />,,.ROLL CALL a <br />• <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 of the Edmonds Civic Center with all councilmen present <br />except Herb who arrived at 7:45 p.m. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of May 25,'1976 had been posted, mailed and distributed. <br />Councilman Carns noted that at the bottom of page 1. Downtown Parking Committee Report, <br />it'was indicated that the Chamber of Commerce had.voted in favor of the parking plan when <br />actually their vote had been that parking was needed, rather than endorsing a spec f-ic plan. <br />The minutes were then approved as amended. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Councilman Clement reported he.had received a telephone call from a member of the Arts <br />Commission expressing concern about the wording of the plaque on the sculpture to be,•plac_ed in <br />the Neil Armstrong Plaza as a bicentennial project and also concern that the project"had not <br />been reviewed by the Arts Commission. The concern regarding the wording was that proper credit <br />was not being given to the young people of Edmonds who are doing this. Councilman Gould had <br />also received a call from the same person. Councilman Carns pointed out that the School Board <br />had allowed this group to ask students to donate 25¢ to the project and in turn each donor's <br />name would be placed in a capsule inside the monument. Inasmuch as M.A.A. Whaley was not <br />present at this meeting, Councilman Clement said he would take this up -with him later. <br />Councilman Carns inquired as to.whether a recording secretary would be present at the informal <br />downtown parking meeting of June 7. .Mayor Harrison felt there should be one and directed City <br />0 <br />