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129. <br />• A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded byCouncilmanSimpson that the Attorney <br />be instructed to draw a Resolution of Intention for an LID for watermains for "Fruit - <br />dale on the Sound", the specific area described in the petition received by the Council. <br />Motion carried. <br />It was announced by Supervisor Lawson that we had been notified that the County Commissioners <br />will hold an open hearing at 11:00 A. M. May 20 on the proposed "South Central" and <br />"North End" annexations to the City of Edmonds. <br />A petition was received opposed to any plan which would cause Brookmere Drive and <br />Hindley Lane to be cut through, extended, or joined together in one continuous street. <br />This was referred to the Planning Commission. <br />A petition was received from residents of the Ballinger area complaining of a water <br />drainage problem from the Aurora Village drainoff. This had been referred to the consulting <br />engineers, as well as the Attorney for study. <br />A letter was received from Roger Bueing, 23202 7621 W. requesting allowance of a trailer <br />on his property to house his mother and disabled father. Someone in the area had <br />objected to the trailer, and Supervisor Lawson stated that the two reasons for allowing <br />a trailer to be occupied on a person's property had always been either extreme illness, <br />or a period not to exceed 6 months while a home is being built; both instances to be <br />granted by special permission from the Mayor. In this case, no permission had been <br />asked or given. The problem is to b6 handled at the administrative level. <br />Mayor McGinness appointed Councilmen Harrison and Smets delegates to the Association of <br />Washington Cities convention in June. <br />Mayor McGinness read a letter of resignation from Dr. Carl Schwedes from the Edmonds <br />Board of Adjustment. Dr. Schwedes had been a member of the Board since its inception., <br />• and Mayor McGinness had sent him a letter of regret in accepting his resignation, and <br />also at this time wanted to publicly express his appreciation and that of the city for <br />the fine job Dr. Schwedes had done for such a long period of time... <br />1 <br />• <br />Mayor McGinness stated that it would be the city's program in the future to widen all <br />streets to the full 60 ft. width where indicated; that this was being put into practice <br />since more and more people, especially children walking to and from school, are using <br />sidewalk areas. This would mean that property owners would be asked to remove any shrubs, <br />etc. in the R/W back. onto .their own property... The City late_ r hopes to construct side- <br />walks wherever, and. -:as, streets are improved. <br />There was no further business, and the meoting was adjour <br />City Clerk <br />May 219 1963 <br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor McGinness with all councilmen present. <br />Hearing was held on the final assessment roll for LID #110, Fifth Ave. curbs and gutters. <br />There were 2 written objections: Bud Palmer objected to the curbing leaving no access to <br />the Fifth Ave. Superette and -a traffic problem resulting, and Mr. Meeks objected to the <br />cleanup work between his place and the Beck Funeral Home, and this was referred to Supt. <br />of Public Works Moran to investigate. Motion was then made by Councilman Christensen, <br />seconded by Councilman Sorensen that Ordinance #988 be passed, approving and confirming <br />the assessment roll on LID #1109 curbs and gutters on Fifth Ave. from Elm to Wlanut, and <br />the motion carried. <br />Hearing was held on the preliminary assessment roll on LID #118, paving of "A" Street, <br />Elm to Fir. There were no written objections, and a motion was made'by Councilman <br />Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that Ordinance #989 be passed, providing for the <br />improvement of "A" Street, Elm to Fir with paving. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by -Councilman Slye that the City call for <br />bids to be opened June 18k on LID #118, paving of "A" Street, and the motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Simpson that Resolution of <br />Intention #170 be passed, declaring the intention of installation of water mains for the <br />area known as "Fruitdate on the Sound", and the hearing on the preliminary assessment <br />roll be held on July 2. Motion carried. <br />Councilman Tuson nade the motion, seconded by Councilman Smets that Resolution of <br />Intention #169 be passed, for sewers on the E. side of Third from Pine to Elm, and the <br />hearing on the preliminary assessment roll be set for June 18. Motion carried. <br />A motion was Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Smets that Ordinance #990 be <br />passed, amending section three of Ordinance #9599. changing the date of issuance of bonds <br />on LID #107 from March 25 to May 25. Motion carried. <br />0 <br />_J <br />Attorney Hall reported that the County Commissioners had approved the annexation elections <br />for the "North End" and "South Central" areas, and the County Auditor had set the election <br />date for July 2. In.refference to these annexation elections, Attorney Hall pointed out that <br />it takes a simple majority to carry the election, but that 60% must vote in favor of <br />sssuming the indebtedness of the city. Also that it takes a 40% turnout of those who voted at <br />. the last general election to validate the vote, and that on the basis of the results, the <br />J <br />