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June 3, 1980 - continued <br />1 <br />r� <br />L`J <br />Nordquist noted that 16.30.010 C.-2.. lists group homes but eliminated language in the previous code <br />Amendment which provides conditions. COUNCILMAN GOULD MOVED TO AMEND THE MOTION, SECONDED BY'COUNCILMAN <br />NORDQUIST; TO ADD A SENTENCE TO 16.30.010 C.2.i. WITH.THE.ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS AS OUTLINED IN THE <br />Amendment EXISTING CODE AND THAT THEY BE INCLUDED IN TITLE 20. COUNCILWOMAN JAECH MOVED TO.AMEND THE MOTION <br />FURTHER, SECONDED BY COUNCILMAN NAUGHTEN, THAT THE NEW BC AND.BN.ZONES BE ACCEPTED BUT WITH THE <br />FOLLOWING CHANGES IN THE BC ZONE:. ELIMINATE PARAGRAPH C FROM.16...50.000 (MULTIPLE RESIDENTIAL USES <br />AS' A SECONDARY USE TO*BUSINESS USES); ELIMINATE PARAGRAPH'3 FROM.16.50.020 B; AND ELIMINATE PARAGRAPH <br />C FROM 16 3 0.030. Councilwoman Allen was opposed to.that amendment, saying she did not think density <br />would .be increased that much. She felt,.that*.many small businesses by allowing the people <br />to live above the business it makes the difference of their keepi"ng or losing the business. She <br />said there are people living above businesses now and it has not made that much -difference, but it <br />makes the City more alive and safer. She did not feel it was necessary to remove that provision. <br />Because there did not appear to be enough.general acceptance of the motion., COUNCILWOMAN ALLEN <br />* WITHDREW HER MOTION, AS DID THE .SECOND. No further action was.taken on Title 16. <br />MOTION: <br />Failed <br />SIX MONTHS'..REVIEW OF RESIDENT..IAL..PARKING.PERMITS AND ORDINANCE <br />City C1er.k,1 rene Varney Moran had provided a written report indicating the parking permit system is <br />working adequately. She said there had been a few complaints about paying the fee, and one refusal <br />to pay, but most people involved had been cooperative. Councilwoman Goetz said she believed citizens <br />should not have to pay a fee to park in front of their homes and.because the City.grew around them <br />is no fault of theirs. She said she would like to see.the fees. deleted and just issue the permits. <br />Greg Farrar, 133 4th Ave. N., #5,•complained.about the permits, saying they are meant to identify <br />the eligible cars but the parking enforcement officers know which cars those are. He discussed the <br />various people in his building who have or have not obtained.permits and he did calculations which <br />indicated to him that the City was making.a large profit on the permits. COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ MOVED <br />TO ELIMINATE ALL FEES FOR RESIDENTIAL PARKING PERMITS AND.TO.CONTINUE TO ISSUE THE PERMITS. MOTION <br />FAILED FOR. -LACK OF A SECOND. <br />There was,no further before the Council,.and the meeting was adjourned at 12:10 <br />a.m. <br />f <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, City Clerk HARVE.H. HARRISON, Mayor <br />June 10, 1980 - Work Meeting <br />The regular meeting.of the Edmonds,City Council was called to order at 8:05 p.m. by Mayor Harve <br />Harrison in the Council Chambers of the.Edmonds Civic Center. All present joined in the flag salute. <br />PRESENT ABSENT STAFF PRESENT <br />Harve Harrison,.Mayor Ray Gould Fred Herzberg, Public Works Director <br />Jo -Anne Jaech Jim.Adams., City Engineer <br />Bill Kasper Irene Varney Moran, City Clerk <br />Katherine Allen John LaTourelle, Planning Consultant <br />John Nordquist, Mary. Lou Block, Planning Division.Mgr. <br />Larry Naughten Richard Pearson; -Code Revision Proj. Mgr. <br />Mary Goetz Art Housler, Finance'Director <br />rMarlo Fost'e.r; .PoTfte--Chief <br />Jack Weinz,.Fire Chief <br />Gary McComas,.Fire Marshal <br />Jim.Jessel,.Parks & Recreati-on Director <br />Jim Murphy; City Attorney <br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />MOTION: Item (B) was removed from the Consent. Agenda. COUNCILWOMAN.ALLEN MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN <br />GOETZ, TO APPROVE'THE BALANCE OF THE CONSENT -AGENDA. MOTION CARRIED. The approved,items on -the <br />Consent Agenda included the following: <br />(A) <br />(C) Adoption of Ordinance 2149,..increasing Utility Tax to 8.25%. <br />(D) Approval of annual Boy Scout Chicken-Q at City Park. <br />.(E) Rassage,:of.,Re§ol.ut..i.on.469., transferring $.13,920 from Council Contingency Fund to. General <br />'Fund for salary increases..authorized.under Ordinance 2137. <br />APPROVAL:OF MINUTES OF JUNE 3. 1980 .. Item (B) on Consent Agendal <br />A memo from the Deputy City C1erk.indicated that in the third,par.agraph on page 8 of the June 3, <br />1980 minutes, although Councilwoman,All,en did withdraw her -motion there was a roll call vote on'the <br />second amendment to that motion. The.motion to amend,was made by Councilwoman Jaech and seconded by <br />Councilman Naughten, and those were the only two yes votes, with the other Council members voting no <br />*See correction, June 10, 1980 Minutes. <br />