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36 s <br />'J 0 <br />MOTION: <br />MOTION: <br />April 3, 1979 - continued <br />his intent that the taking of property for right-of-way would be equal from both sides.. COUNCILMAN <br />CARNS THEN MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN, THAT OF THE 10' OF RIGHT-OF-WAY THAT MUST BE <br />TAKEN IN ORDER TO FINISH THE ROAD, 5' WILL BE TAKEN FROM THE NORTH.AND..5' FROM THE SOUTH AND NOT 10' <br />FROM ONE SIDE. Councilman Gould felt that would be equitable. Councilman Herb noted that even with <br />5' taken many trees and hedges will have to be eliminated. He noted that the State officials were <br />not present. Councilman Gould said three members of the State Highway Department were here earlier <br />but had returned to Olympia, but they had said if the Council did not.want 10' taken from one side, <br />or if they wanted.5' from one side and..5' from the other, they should .just write the Highway Depart- <br />ment and they wouldtake care of it. THE MOTION CARRIED. Councilman Herb asked about drainage <br />improvements at the foot of the park where the stream commences. Mr. Larson said the calculated <br />increase in runoff from this street improvement had been 1.2% so the State did not intend to include <br />drainage improvements. He said there were interim things that could be done pending the final <br />overall City study, but their efforts presently were being directed to the Meadowdale area and next <br />would be Shellabarger Creek. He proposed that -this area should then be next for study. Natalie <br />Shippen of.1022 Euclid asked if there was'a final design for this improvement on which -the citizens <br />could comment. After discussion, it was determined that the State.Highway Commission should be <br />contacted and be advised that the City would like to have a final review of Phase 2 -from 88th to <br />11th because there are a number of questions relating to drainage, etc. COUNCILMAN CARNS MOVED, <br />SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN, THAT A HEARING ON THE FINAL DESIGN REVIEW OF PHASE 2 OF THE 196TH <br />ST. IMPROVEMENT BE SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 17, 1979. (The motion was first made to April 24 and then <br />changed -to April 17.) MOTION CARRIED. Roger Hertrich of 1020 Puget Dr. said many people have <br />concerns about this project. -He said he had spoken to Trent Miller., the Assistant Project Engineer, <br />who had shown him the drainage plan and.there was no holding pond shown. Mr. Miller had indicated <br />there would-be a.pipe,picking up water along the roadway and carrying it to the creek, and it,would <br />take all the water from 84th and down the canyon. Mr. Hertrich.said.that would provide no way for <br />it to, seep slowly into the ground. He said they had designed-the.drainage for only the section <br />going out.to bid but had not addressed the drainage for the rest of the project. He had written a <br />letter listing items of concern and asked that they be studied. Councilman Carns cautioned that at <br />the April 17 hearing they should try to.limit-the discussion to the preliminary approval granted by <br />the Council, seeing to it that the State is following the Council's guidelines, and not get off on <br />tangents. Mr. Hentrich agreed that was reasonable, but he felt the other things should be placed on <br />agendas as the project goes along. Wilbur Brock of 840 Hindley Lane felt the drainage should be <br />addressed now and not in the future because as more improvements go in, the situation becomes worse. <br />UPDATE ON FERRY PARKING PROBLEMS <br />Public Works Director Leif Larson said the Public Works parking lot .had been made available to Port <br />Townsend travelers last.weekend, and it was still full today. He.said travel to Port Townsend last <br />weekend had been considerably less than.in the -past, however. Also, Secretary of Transportation <br />Bulley had indicated they will .be investigating the parking problem created by walk-on passengers. <br />Mr. Larson also said he had been contacted by Sunset magazine and they will be writing an article <br />about the ferry trip to Port Townsend, probably to be published in .June, and the article said there <br />was plenty of parking next to the ferry terminal. He will respond tothe letter. <br />There was no further business to come. before the Council, and the meeting was adjourned at 11:00 <br />p.m. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, Pty Clerk <br />April 10, 1979 - Work Meeting <br />HARVE H..HARRISON, Mayor <br />• <br />1 <br />7 <br />• <br />1 <br />40 <br />The regular meeting of <br />the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Mayor Harve <br />Harrison in the Council <br />Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center. All present joined in the flag salute. <br />PRESENT <br />STAFF PRESENT <br />Harve Harrison, Mayor <br />Charles Dibble, M.A.A. <br />Mike Herb <br />Leif Larson, Public Works Director <br />Katherine Allen <br />John LaTourelle, Community Development Director <br />Phil Clement <br />Art Housler, Finance Director <br />John Nordquist <br />Marlo Foster, Police Chief <br />Ray Gould <br />Fred Herzberg, City Engineer <br />Tom Carns <br />Jim Jessel, Parks & Recreation Manager <br />Larry Naughten <br />Jack Lewis, Purchasing Agent <br />Wayne Tanaka, City Attorney <br />John Wallace, City Attorney <br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />MOTION: Items (D), (E), and (G) <br />were removed from .the Consent Agenda. COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST MOVED, SECONDED BY <br />COUNCILMAN.NAUGHTEN, TO <br />APPROVE THE.BALANCE OF THE CONSENT AGENDA. MOTION CARRIED. The approved <br />portion of_.the Consent <br />Agenda included the following: <br />• <br />