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1•� .f 4f, 6i <br />1�d® <br />0 <br />November 25;, 1980 - continued <br />Roger Hertrich, 1020 Puget Dr., was concerned that nothing was being put aside to enclose or cover <br />the swimming pool at Yost Park while Parks & Recreation funds were being used;for other things that <br />he was not sure were necessary. He also was concerned about the undergrounding'funds that were <br />going to,•Dayton St., when SR 524 was going to have pipe;.laid so undergr.oundi.ng could be done in the <br />future. He also questioned -whether the $156,000 revenue•from-1/2c:gas tax money actually would be <br />forthcoming. Mr. Housler said that figure was projected by�the Department of Revenue in Olympia. <br />Mr. Hertrich said he saw. -nothing .in the budget.for..SR..524 cost overruns which he -felt were inevitable. <br />He feltit was irresponsible..to,obligate every penny of 1981 street repair funds for right-of-way <br />acquisition and that there would'have to be money for street repairs.. <br />Natalie Shippen, 1022 Euclid, said.it was her understanding that the Council had ruled out under - <br />grounding of the upper part of the SR 524 project and'did-agree'to discuss the ..lower part to see if <br />At could be afforded. She note& that it had been stated at one time that if a major street project <br />..was going on that would get.p.riority for undergrounding. She asked the City Attorney what the <br />provisions were of the agreement with PUD as to matching funds for undergrounding, as she questioned <br />the fact that PUD now was stating it no longer could participate. Mr.. Tanaka said he would look <br />into that. Mrs. Shippen said she did not oppose the waterfront for undergrounding, and she felt <br />that was a good investment. She felt the City would have to pay for any retaining walls the residents <br />on SR 524 may -want as they have not been making very good headway with the State. She said she had <br />been very happy with the way the improvements at the,Anderson Center had progressed, and she was <br />" sorry~to see the beautification dropped from the budget as there used to be a separate fund to give <br />attention to such things"as the mini -parks in downtown, and she would like to see that considered <br />again . She had a question regarding the Executive,Branch salaries and wages, and she was told there <br />are no salary increases for the. Council or Mayor except for cost of living.- No one else wished to <br />speak, and the -public portion of the hearing was closed. <br />• <br />The Council felt it would have to have at least one.more.work session on the budget, and a work <br />meeting was scheduled for 8:30 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 1980. <br />There was no further business to.come before the Council, and the meeting adjourned to Executive <br />Session at 9:50 p.m. <br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, Cit Clerk HARVE H. HARRISON, Mayor <br />December 2, 1980 <br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds City Council was called to order at 8:05 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 />PRESENT ABSENT STAFF PRESENT <br />John Nordquist Harve Harrison, Mayor Charles Dibble, M.A.A. <br />Jo -Anne Jaech Larry Naughten Fred Herzberg, Public Works Director <br />Mary Goetz Paul Christensen, Jim Adams, City Engineer <br />Katherine Allen Student Rep. Irene Varney Moran, City Clerk <br />Bill Kasper John LaTourelle, Planning Consultant <br />Ray Gould Mary Lou Block, Planning Div. Mgr. <br />Jim Jessel, Parks & Recreation Dir. <br />• Jack Weinz, Fire Chief - <br />Marlo Foster, Police Chief <br />Wayne Tanaka, City Attorney <br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />Items (B), (F), and (I) were removed from the Consent Agenda. COUNCILMAN GOULD.MOVED,-SECONDED BY. <br />COUNCTLWOMAN.GOETZ, TO APPROVE THE BALANCE OF THE CONSENT AGENDA. MOTION CARRIED. The approved items on <br />the Consent Agenda included the following: <br />(A) Roll call. <br />(C) Setting date of December 16, 1980 for hearing on Shorelines Management. Substantial Development <br />-Permit for Union Oil Park Development at.south end of Admiral Way. (File SM-3-80) <br />(D). Setting date of December 16, 1980 for hearing on Shorelines Management Substantial Development <br />Permit for Waterfront Improvement Program, west end of Dayton St. and Union Oil Marsh. <br />(File SM-4-80) <br />(E) Setting date of December 16, 1980 for hearing on Petition for Annexation of Area between <br />227th P1. S.W..and 228th St. S.W., and between 80th Ave. W. and City Limits. <br />(G) Authorization to purchase word processor for.Public Works Department. <br />(H) Authorization to replace damaged Unit 24 with used vehicle. <br />(J) Approval of lease -rate increase for Anderson Center. <br />