19760615 City Council Minutes
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19760615 City Council Minutes
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MOTION: A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN GOULD, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, THAT THIS ITEM BE CONSIDER- • <br />ED FORA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM IN 1977. MOTION CARRIED: <br />DISCUSSION ON PROPOSED FUNDING OF EXTRA POLICE OFFICER (FROM JUNE 15) <br />M.A.A. Whaley reported that he and contacted the Manpower Consortium and explained that one of <br />our CETA people will be leaving the City. Mr. Whaley reported that as of July 1 he will have <br />CETA funding in the amount of $833 plus benefits for a City officer until the end of the year. <br />He assumed the former officer (who is first on the Civil Service'list);is still available. <br />'He said the City would have to supplement the CETA funds with'$300. Councilman Gellert asked <br />if the overall city manpower situation had been reviewed to determine this was really the high- <br />est priority of staffing. Mr. Whaley felt this position to be of the highest priority. <br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN GELLERT MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN HERB, THAT M.A.A. WHALEY'S RECOMMENDATION BE <br />ACCEPTED ADN THAT THE NECESSARY ADDITIONAL FUNDS BE MADE AVAILABLE OUT OF THE CONTINGENCY FUND. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />PROPOSED ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION OF SEPA GUIDELINES <br />City Attoryney John Wallace advised that this evening's presentation was merely a review of <br />the proposal, but that there was no choice but to pass it by July 14, that it will become effec- <br />tive on that date anyway because if the City does not adopt an ordinance the State's regulations <br />take effect. City Attorney Wayne Tanaka briefly reviewed some of the areas of the proposed <br />ordinance. It was noted that the SEPA Information Center will be located at the Edmonds Library <br />under certain conditions of the Library Board. City Planner Joe Wallis stated.his office could <br />not -house this Center and he wanted to go on record that the Planning Office is not a library. <br />Librarian Kathy Turner advised that only the Library Board and decide what goes in the Library <br />and it has accepted this, but on the conditions which she had earlier transmitted. Councilman <br />Herb suggested a committee meet with the City Attorneys.during the next week to review the <br />proposal, but a committee could not be formed. It was agreed to discuss this at the next • <br />meeting. <br />ACCEPTANCE OF CONSTRUCTION OF 1.5 MILLION GALLON RESERVOIR AT SEAVIEW BY METROPOLITAN <br />CONSTRUCTION CO. <br />City Engineer Larson stated Metropolitan Construction Company has completed construction of <br />the Seaview Reservoir as required by contract specifications and recommended the Council <br />MOTION: accept the work as complete. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN CARNS SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN <br />GELLERT, THAT THE CONSTRUCTION• OF THE SEAVIEW RESERVOIR BE ACCEPTED AS COMPLETE. MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR TO SIGN FRANCHISE FOR SANITARY SEWER CONSTRUCTION IN 68TH AVENUE W., <br />REQUESTED BY CITY OF LYNNWOOD <br />A copy of the Franchise had been sent to each Councilman and -City Engineer Larson recommended <br />that the Council authorize the Mayor to sign it. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, <br />SECONDED BY OUNCILMAN GELLERT, THAT THE MAYOR BE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THE FRANCHISE REQUESTED <br />BY THE CITY OF LYNNWOOD FOR SANITARY SEWER CONSTRUCTION IN 68TH AVENUE W. MOTION CARRIED. <br />ANNEXATION PETITION FROM SNOHOMISH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />A petition had been received from the Snohomish County Commissioners regarding annexation to the <br />City of Edmonds of certain rights-of-way. City Engineer Larson stated it has been forwarded to <br />the Boundary Review Board and no action is required at this time. <br />CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES <br />The Council acknowledged receipt of a claim for damages from Mrs. Ernest Newkirk in the amount of <br />$100.00. • <br />The meeting adjourned at 11:40 p.m. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, Cig Clerk H. H. HARRISON, Mayor <br />June 15, 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 of the Edmonds Civic Center with all Councilmen present. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of June 8, 1976 had been posted, mailed and distributed, and <br />no corrections or omissions they were approved as written. <br />COUNCIL.PARTICIPATION <br />Mayor Harrison announced by had several appointments he would like to make and asked for <br />Council confirmation. First, Chuck Cain's term on the Civil Service Commission had expired <br />MOTION: and Mayor Harrison stated he would like to appoint him for another term. A MOTION WAS MADE <br />BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, TO CONFIRM THE APPOINTMENT OF CHUCK <br />CAIN TO THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION FOR ANOTHER TERM. MOTION CARRIED. <br />• <br />
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