<br />December 2, 1981 - continued
<br />THE MOTION THEN CARRIED, WITH COUNCIL MEMBERS KASPER AND ALLEN VOTING.NO. COUNCILMAN GOULD THEN
<br />MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ,-TO PASS ORDINANCE1'2183, ADOPTING THE NEW CITY CODE (CODIFYING
<br />TITLES 1-21). MOTION CARRIED. ;
<br />There.was no further business'to come before the Council., and the meeting adjourned to Executive
<br />Session at 10:15 p.m.
<br />IRENE VARNEY MORAN, City Clerk
<br />December 9, 1980 - Work Meeting
<br />J „NORDQUIS Mayor�,;Pfo tem
<br />The regular meeting of the Edmonds.City Council was called to order.at 8:00 p.m. by Mayor_Pro tem
<br />John Nordquist in the Council Chambers of the Edmonds Civic Center. All present.joined in the flan
<br />John Nordquist,
<br />Mayor Pro tem
<br />Ray Gould
<br />• Paul Christensen,
<br />Student Rep,.
<br />JoAnne Jaech
<br />Mary Goetz
<br />Katherine Allen
<br />Bill Kasper
<br />Harve Harrison, Mayor
<br />Larry Naughten
<br />STAFF PRESENT
<br />Charles Dibble, M.A.A.
<br />Fred Herzberg, Public Works Director
<br />John.LaTourelle, Planning Consultant
<br />Mary Lou Block, Planning Division Mgr.
<br />Irene Varney Moran, City Clerk
<br />Jim Jessel, Parks & Recreation Dir.
<br />Art Housler, Finance Director
<br />Jack Weinz, Fire Chief.
<br />Dan Prinz, Asst. Police Chief
<br />Jim�Adams; °:Ciay': Engineer
<br />Wayne Tanaka, City Attorney
<br />Jackie Parrett, Deputy City Clerk
<br />Mayor Pro tem Nordquist welcomed several representatives from the City of Everett, the Snohomish
<br />County Health District, and the Public Utility District.
<br />CONSENT AGENDA
<br />Item (C) was removed from the Consent Agenda. COUNCILMAN.GOULD MOVED, SECONDED.BY COUNCILMAN KASPER,
<br />TO APPROVE THE BALANCE OF THE CONSENT AGENDA., MOTION CARRIED. The approved items on the Consent
<br />Agenda included the following:
<br />.(A) Roll call.
<br />(B) Approval of Minutes of.December 2, 1980.
<br />(D) Acceptance of Quit Claim Deed from Robert Hacker.
<br />(E) Report on bids'opened November 25, 1980 for 1981 chlorine requirements, and award of bid
<br />to low bidder Jones Chemicals in the amount of $20,286.
<br />• (F) Approval of contract for geotechnical study for Anderson Center Library, fee not to exceed
<br />(G) Passage of Resolution 480, reaffirming the Council's support for the.Edmonds business
<br />ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RECEIPT OF CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES [Item (C) on Consent Agenda]
<br />Claims for damages were received from Edith Wicker.in the amount of $67.39,.from .Donald D. Brooks in
<br />the amount of $367.4.1, and from the Estate of Roy S. Jessen (Jess Jessen,Admi.nistrator) in the
<br />amount of $2,000,000. Councilwoman Goetz noted that the claim from the Estate.of Roy S. Jessen had
<br />been received approximately l 1/2 years after the incident and the claim form indicates claims must
<br />be received within 1.20 days. City -Attorney Wayne Tanaka responded that the State Supreme,Court has
<br />ruled that the.120=day requirement is, unconstitutional and the claimant must file within the statute
<br />of limitations period which is.three years. COUNCILMAN GOULD MOVED., SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ,
<br />TO.APPROVE ITEM (C) ON THE CONSENT AGENDA, ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF THE THREE CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES.
<br />MOTION CARRIED.
<br />Mayor Pro tem Nordquist again read Mayor Harrison's memorandum to the City .Council, appointing James
<br />to the position of Hearing Examiner. Mr.. Driscoll was interviewed by the Council just
<br />prior to this evening's meeting. COUNCILMAN GOULD-MOVED, SECONDED BY COUNCILWOMAN GOETZ, TO CONFIRM
<br />THE MAYOR'S APPOINTMENT-OF.JAMES;DRISCOLL TO THE POSITION OF HEARING EXAMINER FOR THE CITY OF EDMONDS,
<br />TERM TO BE FOUR YEARS, WITH A ONE-YEAR PROBATION PERIOD. Councilman Gould said -he found Mr. Driscoll
<br />well able to fulfill the duties, and Councilman -Gould was very comfortable with this appointment.
<br />THE MOTION CARRIED.
<br />Mayor Pro tem.Nordquist noted that the Council had.planned to discuss the auditorium at the new
<br />library*at their meeting last Saturday, but they did.not get to it. Councilman Kasper said the