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4 3 <br />January 29, 1980 - continued <br />Ilk <br />1 <br />also was.interested in knowing how much longer they would be.functioning. He noted that the Board's <br />attendance had improved and the meetings had been shorter... One of the.Board members had commented <br />that the Board has been hearing numerous items involving PRDs'and had asked if they were pre-empting <br />the Planning Commission. Bob Pantley, Chairman.of the Shorelines Advisory Committee, said that <br />group. is. in favor of a master. board."but. they feel- there should be strong consideration given to <br />having one member from each of the existing boards on it. <br />DISCUSSION.OF. GOALS AND•OBJECTIVES OF COUNCIL COMMITTEES <br />Council:President Nordquist announced that the Finance Committee would have its first meeting next <br />Tuesday -at 7:00 p.m. The Council.Committees will meet in -the small room adjacent to the Council <br />Chambers. Councilman Gould suggested that the listings of goals which came out of the Port Ludlow <br />retreats should be made available to each of the Committees so the Committees can see whether or not <br />they are working towards those goals. The Council members were asked to express goals for all of <br />the committees, whether or not they are on each committee. <br />There was no further business.to come before the Council. .Mayor.Harrison asked for an Executive <br />Session to.d.iscuss a personnel matter, and the meeting adjourned .to Executive Session at 10:20 p.m. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, C' y Clerk <br />February 5, 1980 <br />HARVE H. HARRISON,.Mayor <br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order.at 8:00.p.m. by Mayor Pro tem John <br />Nordquist in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center.. All present joined in the flag salute, <br />following which Mayor Harrison arrived and conducted the meeting. <br />PRESENT <br />ABSENT <br />STAFF PRESENT <br />Harve Harrison, Mayor Bill Kasper Charles Dibble, M.A.A. <br />Jo -Anne Childers Fred Herzberg, Public Works Director <br />Katherine Allen Irene Varney Moran, City Clerk <br />John Nordquist Marlo Foster, Police Chief' <br />Ray Gould Jack Weinz, Fire Chief <br />Tom Carns Mary Lou Block, Act. Plan. Div. Mgr. <br />Larry Naughten Jim Adams, City Engineer <br />John Wallace, City Attorney <br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />Councilman Gould noted that the Staff had requested that Item .(E), "Approval of Amended Hourly Fee <br />Schedule for General Agreement for Engineering Services with.Reid, Middleton & Associates, Inc.," be <br />MOTION: removed from the Consent Agenda, to.be included 'at a future date. COUNCILMAN GOULD MOVED, SECONDED BY <br />• COUNCILWOMAN ALLEN, TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ITEM (E). MOTION CARRIED. The <br />approved items on the Consent Agenda included the following: <br />(A) Roll call. <br />(B) Approval of Minutes of January 29, 1980. <br />(C) Authorization for Mayor to sign Addendum Agreement to.the SNOCOM Interlocal Agreement, estab- <br />lishing an Advanced Life Support Division. <br />(D) Report on handling and storage of hazardous materials in downtown Edmonds. <br />(F). Setting date of February 19, 1980 for hearing on liquor license transfer from Seventh Brigade <br />Corporation to Eighth Brigade Corporation (Sebastian's restaurant). <br />(G) Approval of Police, Fire, and .Public Works labor agreements and authorization for Mayor to <br />execute same; and instruction to City Attorney to,draft amended Salary Ordinance. With regard <br />to the approval of this item,.City Attorney John Wallace advised the Council that it would <br />result in there being less in.the Council Contingency Fund'and that an ordinance would come <br />forward to amend the Budget to appropriate the necessary funds to the salary expenditure. <br />COUNCIL <br />Councilman Nordquist said a letter.had.been received from Mayor Hrdlicka of the City of Lynnwood re- <br />questing that the Council clarify their.positionn regarding Lynnwood.'s using the Edmonds sewage plant, in <br />that the conditions are negotiable.upon.which.the conversion -would be acceptable. Councilman Gould felt <br />action should be taken to allow the study.to be.completed;,i..e., agree that the specifics are a nego- <br />tiable item and that the terms of each can.be discussed once the study has been completed. COUNCILMAN <br />MOTION: GOULD MOVED., SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN CARNS, THAT THE MAYOR BE -AUTHORIZED TO SEND A LETTER TO THE MAYOR OF <br />LYNN1400D TO CLARIFY THAT THE COUNCIL'S POSITION IS THAT MATTERS RELATING TO THE SEWER DIVERSION ARE <br />0 NEGOTIABLE PENDING THE STUDY. MOTION CARRIED: <br />