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LJ <br />MOTION: BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, TO ACCEPT THE BID FROM-SAHLBERG EQUIP- <br />MENT -CO., INC., FOR THE 1976 LIGHT DUTY MAINTENANCE GRADER EQUIPPED WITH,THE GASOLIINE ENGINE <br />IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,694.15 WHICH•INCLU'DES WASHINGTON SALES TAX AND TRADE-IN. MOTION CARRIED. <br />REPORT ON BIDS OPENED JUNE 7 FOR SMALL METAL BUILDING ON FIFTH AVENUE <br />Public Works Director Herb Gilbo reported only one bid had been received. The bid opening <br />had been properly advertised and the only bid was for $420.40 including -Washington State <br />MOTION: sales tax. Public Works Director Gilbo recommended acceptance. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCIL- <br />MAN GELLERT, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT, THAT THE BID FOR $420..4o..INCLUDING WASHINGTON <br />STATE SALES TAX BE ACCEPTED.FOR THE SMALL METAL BUILDING LOCATED ON FIFTH AVENUE. MOTION <br />CARRIED. Mayor Harve Harrison then announced that he had submitted the bid and was purchasing <br />the building for sentimental reasons as it had been the first Public .Works building. <br />FINANCIAL REPORT ON BUDGET FOR FIRST QUARTER OF 1976 <br />Finance Director Lila Crosby reviewed the report as of the end of April. .She pointed out <br />problem areas, especially -that of termination pay, and strongly recommended a separate fund <br />being set up in 1977 for unforeseen terminations. There was general discussion regarding <br />the report and the Finance Director was commended for an outstanding report. <br />DISCUSSION ON CONSENT AGENDAS <br />City Clerk Irene Varney Moran had distributed information regarding Consent -Agendas which <br />had been compiled by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. Samples of formats <br />:were -given, as well as typical items and methods of utilization. Councilman Carns said it <br />.,would-be acceptable to him.as long as one Councilman could remove an item-from,the Consent <br />Agenda and there not 'bea requirement that four Councilmen were required to do so. City <br />• Attorney Wallace said.t.he Council has the authority to set its own rules on this., Council- <br />man Gould stated that although he would like to discuss each item, he realized this could <br />be a time saver. He suggested a trial period wherein both a regular Agenda and a Consent <br />MOTION: Agenda were used and comparisons made. A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST,. SECONDED <br />BY COUNCILMAN ANDERSON, THAT THE MONTH OF JULY BE USED AS A TRIAL PERIOD FOR COMPARING CON- <br />SENT AGENDAS AND -REGULAR AGENDAS. MOTION CARRIED, <br />DATES SET FOR HEARINGS ON PLANNING COMMISSION ITEMS <br />MOTION: A.MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN.CARNS,TO SET A HEARING <br />iFDR PLANNING COMMISSION FILE SM -4-76, "BROOKACRES" SHORELINE. SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT, <br />ON JUNE 22. MOTION CARRIED. <br />MOTION: A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, TO SET A HEARING <br />DATE FOR PLANNING COMMISSION FILE SM -376, WASHINGTON STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION SHORELINE <br />SUBSTANTIAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR CLEAN GRAVEL FILL AT EDMONDS FERRY TERMINAL, ON JUNE 22. <br />MOTION CARRIED. <br />0 <br />J <br />1 <br />• <br />MOTION: A MOTION WASSMADE BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, TO SET A HEARING <br />DATE FOR PLANNING COMMISSION FILE SM -5-76. SOUTH COUNTY SENIOR CENTER SHORLINE SUBSTANTIAL <br />DEVELOPMENT PERMIT FOR ADDITION AND REFURBISHING OF EXISTING_ BUILDING, ON JULY 6. MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />There was.no further business to come before the Council, and the meeting was adjourned <br />-at .9:45 p.m. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, Ci Clerk H. H. HARRISON, Mayor <br />June 22, 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 />Pro -Tem Robert Anderson in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center with all'Councilmen <br />present except Councilman Nordquist. <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br />Minutes of the regular meeting of June 15, 1976 had been posted, 'mailed and distributed, and <br />with no corrections.or omissions they were approved as written. <br />COUNCIL PARTICIPATION <br />Mayor. Pro -Tem Anderson.read..a statement.by Governor Evans regarding the -Neil Armstrong Plaza <br />in which Governor Evans declared July 4 as Neil Armstrong Plaza Day in Washington State.. <br />Park Director Rod Garretson had submitted a letter .requesting 'a,meeting .dat_e of � city .represen- <br />tatives with Bob Bignold, of O.R.B. in Renton, to decide on general concepts or styles of pool <br />enclosures to be studied for sonsideration by the City. A meeting date of July 8, at 7:30 p.m., <br />in the .Council Chambers, was established. <br />Mayor Pro -Tem Anderson read a'letter from Councilman, Sheehan of Mountlake Terrace regarding the <br />closure of Ballinger Elementary School and asking for City of Edmonds support in'trying to keep <br />it open. No action was taken by the Council. <br />MOTION: A MOTION WAS MADE BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN GOULD, THAT AN AGENDA ITEM BE SET <br />441 <br />