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3.14 <br />January 9, 1979 - continued <br />BY COUNCILMAN GOULD., TO CONTINUE ITEM (D), AUTHORIZATION TO EXCHANGE EASEMENT ON NARVESON PROPERTY <br />FOR RELOCATED SANITARY SEWER, TO JANUARY 16, 1979, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STAFF'S RECOMMENDATION. <br />MOTION CARRIED. The balance of the Consent.Agenda included the following:. <br />(A) Roll call. <br />(B) Approval.of Minutes of January 2, 1979. <br />(C) Acknowledge receipt of claim for damages from Reesey Grinage .in the amount of $158.86. <br />(E) Authorization to call for bids January 19, 1979 for Senior Center reroofing. <br />(F) Report on bids opened January 3, 1979 for liquid chlorine and awarding bid to low bidder, <br />Jones Chemicals, Inc., in the amount of $17,195.13. <br />(G) Report on alley condition east of 7th Ave. S., between Pine and Laurel Sts. <br />(H) Report on comparative costs re loss of revenue from Olympic View.Water District. <br />COUNCIL <br />Councilman Carns.noted that the AWC convention will be in Spokane June 12-15 and he suggested early <br />reservations be made in order to get into the convention center. Council members Carns, Naughten, <br />and Allen indicated they planned to attend. <br />Councilman Carns noted that the Doces furniture store is retailing from their warehouse at the back <br />of their store, 'in violation of their rezone contract. He asked that this be investigated and a <br />report provided at the next meeting. <br />Councilman Carns expressed concern for streets with asphalt overlays as the area goes into a thaw <br />period. Public Works Director Leif Larson responded that there is no evidence as yet of the need <br />for load limits and when they become necessary the requirement will be -area -wide. <br />Councilman Naughten noted that on January 16 there will be a report regarding the Boys' Club. He <br />said he had toured the facility and was impressed and he encouraged the other Council members to <br />accept the tour the Boys' Club. <br />Councilwoman Allen urged that somebody attend the Congressional -City Conference in Washington, D.C., <br />March 4-6, 1979, sponsored by the National League of Cities. She felt the money spent on attending <br />such conferences was well spent, based on her experience in attending the St. Louis conference. It <br />was suggested that the ideas from these conferences be shared, perhaps at breakfast meetings. <br />Councilman Herb suggested there should be some kind of policy on how many long-distance conferences <br />a Council member should attend during.a year and when the information gained should be discussed in <br />MOTION: Council. COUNCILMAN HERB MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CLEMENT, THAT BEFORE ANY COUNCILPERSON GOES <br />TO A SEMINAR REQUIRING OVERNIGHT LODGING AND TOTALLY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CITY IT WILL BE PUT TO A <br />VOTE OF THE COUNCIL. MOTION CARRIED. <br />MAYOR <br />Mayor Harrison announced that the quarterly meeting of the Association. of Snohomish County Cities <br />and Towns will be held January 25, 1979, at the Landmark Inn in Lynnwood, beginning at 6:30 p.m. <br />Council members Carns, Allen, Clement, and Naughten indicated their intention to attend. <br />Mayor Harrison reviewed the Council committee assignments, the only change from last year being that <br />Councilman Naughten will replace Councilman Nordquist on the LEOFF Disability Board. <br />ELECTION OF MAYOR_PRO TEM FOR 1979 <br />I,MOTION: COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, THAT COUNCILMAN GOULD BE ELECTED MAYOR PRO <br />TEM FOR 1979. MOTION CARRIED. <br />MEETING WITH INITIATORS OF PETITION FOR NOTICE OF INTENT TO ANNEX -- 76TH AVE. W., <br />NORTH OF 210TH ST. S.W. <br />Public Works Director Leif Larson reviewed the effects of this proposed,annexation on public facili- <br />ties. He said the petitioners had requested that the petition include the area stated plus an <br />alternate area immediately to the west of 76th Ave. W., in case there should be a problem in obtain- <br />ing signatures of 75% of the property owners in the stated area. The zoning is commercial and <br />multiple family. Connie Root of 6860 N.E. 137th, Kirkland, stated.that a large number of the <br />residents and -apartment building owners.were.anxious to be annexed in order to connect to the sewer <br />system that already is installed. Burt�Hardy, owner of the Evergreen Apartments at 20901 76th Ave. <br />W., inquired as to how long it would take before they could connect to the sewers. Mr. Larson <br />responded that the connections could be'accomplished immediately after annexation, but he noted that <br />the Boundary Review Board must approve the annexation. Where the main sewers are not yet in, he <br />said it would be eight months, to a.year•before they would be installed. Councilwoman Allen was <br />concerned about the cross streets which are in poor condition, and Mr. Larson said they might be <br />MOTION: worked in with the sanitary sewer installation. COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN <br />CLEMENT, THAT THE COUNCIL (1) ACCEPT THE PROPOSED ANNEXATION, AND (2) THAT ALL PROPERTY WITHIN THE <br />TERRITORY HEREBY SOUGHT TO BE ANNEXED SHALL BE ASSESSED AND TAXED AT THE.SAME RATE AND ON THE SAME <br />BASIS AS PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY OF EDMONDS FOR ANY NOW OUTSTANnING INDEBTEDNESS OF SAID CITY, <br />INCLUDING ASSESSMENTS OR TAXES IN PAYMENT OF ANY BONDS ISSUED OR DEBTS CONTRACTED, PRIOR TO OR <br />EXISTING AT THE DATE OF ANNEXATION. 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