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34 <br />March 27, 1979 - continued <br />Councilman Clement commended the Staff for finding such areas as the Public Works parking lot <br />for parking and said he felt the public should be alerted to the fact that such is available. <br />The Public Works Department will report on this.matter on a continuing basis. <br />There was no further business to come before the Council, and the meeting was adjourned at <br />11:00 P.M. <br />e <br />IRENE'VARNEY=MORAN, C' y Clerk HARVE H. HARRISON, Mayor <br />Apri l • 3,. 1979 <br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Mayor Harve <br />Harrison in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center. All present joined in the flag <br />salute. <br />PRESENT ABSENT STAFF PRESENT V <br />Harve Harrison, Mayor Phil Clement Charles Dibble, M.A.A. <br />Mike Herb Leif Larson, Public Works Director <br />Katherine Allen John LaTourel1e, Community Devel. Dir. <br />John Nordquist Irene Varney Moran,- City Clerk <br />Ray Gould Jim Adams, Assistant City Engineer <br />Tom Carns Jim Jessel, Parks & Recreation Manager <br />Larry Naughten Gary McComas, Fire Marshal <br />Mary Lou Block, Asst. City Planner <br />John Wallace, City•Attorney <br />Wayne Tanaka, City Attorney <br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, TO APPROVE.THE CONSENT AGENDA. <br />MOTION CARRIED. The Consent Agenda included -the following: <br />(A) Roll call. <br />(B) Approval of Minutes of March 27, 1979. <br />(C) Acceptance of rehabilitation and preservation of Edmonds Carnegie <br />Library and establish 30 -day lien period. <br />(D) Authorization for Mayor to sign Right of First Refusal for Joint Port/City Parking <br />Lot. <br />(E) Passage of Resolution -431, allowing issuance of Building Permits for alterations to <br />.existing dwelling units in Meadowdale moratorium -area. <br />COUNCIL <br />• <br />Councilwoman Allen reported that she had attended a data processing workshop and had some ideas <br />on costs and different proposals which she would like to discuss at a later date. <br />Councilman Gould reported that the retreat agenda should be available next week. <br />Councilman Naughten said he had read a newspaper editorial saying there -were no trash containers <br />on the new fishing pier and -no control of. animals.. Parks & Recreation Manager Jim Jessel <br />responded that the City -Attorney had been requested to consider the drafting of an ordinance <br />restricting animals and wheeled vehicles from -the fishing pier. He.said temporary trash receptacles <br />had been placed on the pier until the permanent ones are the contractor. <br />Councilman Nordquist noted that a petition had been received protesting the Meadowmere development <br />'COUNCILMAN•NORDQUIST <br />MOTION: in Lynnwood. MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, THAT THE PETITION <br />PROTESTING THE MEADOWMERE.DEVELOPMENT BE REFERRED TO THE STAFF FOR INVESTIGATION AND RECOMMENDATION, <br />AND THAT THE STAFF REPORT TO THE COUNCIL ON THIS MATTER AT THE APRIL 17, 1979 MEETING. MOTION <br />CARRIED. <br />MAYOR <br />Mayor Harrison referred to a memorandum from the Public Works Director regarding the Strickland <br />property. He said the Stricklands had requested that the City install the side sewer from <br />their home to the main line in exchange for an easement they granted over their property for a <br />lift.station.and gravity line. Mayor Harrison commented that the City has been servicing that <br />lift' traveling over their <br />property to get to it. He felt the City had an obligation <br />to compensate the Stricklands for the use of that site for the lift station as <br />wel•1 as some <br />compensation for the easement for the line. He recommended the City provide the sewer connection <br />MOTION: but not the maintenance of the <br />side sewer. COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED., SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN <br />i <br />