<br />May 6, 1980
<br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 8:05 p.m..by Mayor Harve Harrison
<br />in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic -Center. All,present joined in the flag salute.
<br />STAFF PRESENT
<br />Harve Harrison, Mayor
<br />Charles Dibble, M.A.A.
<br />Jo -Anne Jaech
<br />Fred Herzberg, Public. Works Director
<br />Bil-1 Kasper
<br />John LaTourelle, Planning.Consultant
<br />Katherine Allen
<br />Irene Varney Moran, City Clerk
<br />John Nordquist
<br />Marlo Foster, Police Chief
<br />Ray Gould
<br />Jack Weinz, Fire Chief
<br />Larry Naughten
<br />Jim Adams, City Engineer..
<br />Mary Goetz
<br />Mary Lou Block, Acting Planning Division Manager
<br />Richard Pearson, Code Revision.Project Manager
<br />Jim Jessel, Parks & Recreation Division'Manager
<br />Jim Murphy, City -Attorney
<br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk
<br />CONSENT AGENDA
<br />COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN-MOVED, SECONDED.BY
<br />COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ, TO.APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA.
<br />MOTION CARRIED. The items approved on
<br />the -Consent Agenda included the following:
<br />(A) Roll call.
<br />(B) Approval of Minutes of April
<br />29., 1980.
<br />(C) Setting date of June 3, 19.80.for.hearing on P.C. Resolution 650, proposed vacation of
<br />41 _right-of-way and amendment.to Official Street Map to remove a portion of 4th Ave. S.,
<br />north of SR 104. (File ST-2-80).
<br />'(D) Adoption of Ordinance 21.34, vacating portion of right-of-way of 6th Ave. S.
<br />(E) Adoption of Ordinance.2135, amending Official Street Map for 6th Ave. S. vacation.
<br />Councilwoman Goetz inquired as to. -the status of the publication,.of the employees' newsletter,
<br />"Sound Views. She asked.when it would be.printed again. Mayor Harrison referred the question
<br />to.M.A.A. Dibble who said he had not participated in any.di,scussions on it since the retreat.
<br />Councilwoman Jaech stated that the Council decided at the retreat that it was an important
<br />piece of communication and.publication should continue. Mayor Harrison asked for a motion to
<br />MOTION: that effect. COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ.MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN JAECH, THAT PUBLICATION -OF THE
<br />EMPLOYEES' NEWSLETTER BE REINSTITUTED FOR THE BENEFIT OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE CITY EMPLOYEES.
<br />MOTION CARRIED.
<br />Councilman Naughten said he been requested by some of the audience to move Item 11 on the
<br />agenda, "City Council Personnel Committee Reports and:Recommndations regarding Management
<br />Compensation and CDD organization," to position 5 on the agenda. COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN THEREFORE
<br />MOTION: MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ,. TO PLACE AGENDA ITEM 11 IN POSITION 5 ON.THE AGENDA: A
<br />Failed ROLL CALL VOTE WAS TAKEN ON THE MOTION,.WITH COUNCIL MEMBERS NAUGHTEN, GOETZ, AND NORDQUIST
<br />VOTING YES, AND WITH COUNCIL MEMBERS JAECH, KASPER, ALLEN,..AND GOULD VOTING NO. MOTION FAILED.
<br />Councilwoman Jaech felt that.Item 12 on the agenda, "Report on Newsletter,"*was an item the
<br />• majority of.audi'ence was interested.in hearing, and she felt that having it last on -the agenda
<br />would make the`hour late for those people who did want to hear it. THEREFORE, COUNCILWOMAN
<br />MOTION: JAECH MOVED; SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN KASPER,>THAT ITEM 12 ON THE AGENDA BE PLACED'IN POSITION 5:
<br />A ROLL CALL VOTE WAS TAKEN, WITH COUNCIL. MEMBERS JAECH, KASPER, ALLEN, NORDQUIST, AND GOETZ
<br />VOTING.YES,� AND WITH COUNCIL MEMBERS GOULD AND NAUGHTEN VOTING NO. MOTION CARRIED.
<br />Councilman Naughten noted.that a.,letter and.check had been received from Robert Pantley. The
<br />check was in the amount of $1,100 which had been raised at the grand opening of Pantley's on
<br />Edmonds Bay;. and'Mr. Pantley asked that .it be forwarded to.Children's Orthopedic Hospital in
<br />the name of -the City.of Edmonds. Councilman Naughten felt that:,was a considerate gesture, and
<br />MOTION: COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN MOVED, SECONDED.BY.000NCILWOMAN GOETZ,.THAT THE MAYOR WRITE A LETTER TO
<br />ROBERT PANTLEY THANKING HIM.FOR.THE..DONATION. MOTION CARRIED.
<br />Councilwoman Allen stated that.:no,motion was made at the last.meeting regarding purchasing
<br />procedures. She read aloud a memorandum .from -the Finance Director, setting forth the details
<br />MOTION':. of the procedures. COUNCILWOMAN ALLEN THEN MOVED, SECONDED:_BY COUNCILMAN NORDQUIST, THAT THE
<br />PURCHASING CONTROL PROCEDURES BE:APPROVED. Councilman Gould asked what the mechanism will be
<br />for the Finance:Committee to review on .a quarterly basis those purchase orders over $500, and
<br />Councilwoman Allen responded that since it will be a quarterly•,review the purchases already
<br />will have.been.approved by the M.A.A._ so the Finance•Commi.ttee would only ask questions. ` THE
<br />MOTION. CARRIED: The procedures.-wil.l.be incorporated into.the.Purchasing Manual.
<br />Councilwoman Jaech said she had. received.a..telephone call from the Washington Diabetes. Association
<br />i nformi ng he.r that Jim Jessel . had .been .very instrumental '
<br />nstrumental:in helping to put on the recent Bi ke-
<br />a-thou in'the'City of Edmonds for that association, and that .this had been the first time
<br />Edmonds had participated and there was an outstanding turnout.