July 6, 1943.,,:
<br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor hourtner presiding. The roll
<br />call showed the following councilmen present, Chandler, Roscoe, Hansen and
<br />ThP treasurers and water collectors reports were read and ordered filled.
<br />A Motion was moved and seconded that the bills which were approved by the
<br />finance committee be paid out of the proper funds. Motion carried.
<br />Ed. GRoeery & Market----------- .99 C: Be Roe, labor with team-- 8.00
<br />E. S. Denslow.,.. labor, park----- .3:.25.1'.. J. Grace, labor repair sewer
<br />Ed Woodfield, labor at park---- 10.00 4.00
<br />P. S. Power & Light.,.. park----- 4..15 Duane Patterson, grading street18.00
<br />0. C. Kelly, wood for.park-�---- 6.95 Louis Valois, labor----------- 81.15
<br />Crow Hardware.,. supplies-------- 1.23 Louis, Miller, gas------------- 14,70
<br />Tribune Review, cards library ---- 8.22 Crow Hardware, supplies------- 12.78
<br />Puget Sound News,. books-- ---- 60.32 Hopper Chevrolet, repair graderl9.47
<br />0. N. Sorenson, box rent------- 1.00 Carl L. Stevens, cement------- 3.51.
<br />2..S. Power & Light,Co----.------ 1.75 P. S. Power & Light co, lights-lol.12
<br />Louis Valois, labor on water-- 21.00 Standard Oil co, oil---------- 2.45
<br />Dewey Leyda, repair meters----- 36.95 A. Be .Bentley, supplies------- .25
<br />Hopper Chevrolet, supplies----- 1.34 Trick & Murray, supplies------ 6.28
<br />Crow Hardware, supplies-------- 23.11 Waters, supplies-------------- .56
<br />A. Be Bently, supplies--------- 10.11 0. 11. Sorenson, box rent------ .75
<br />.P. S. Power & Light Co, power--119.73 Mrs. D. M. Parker, cleaning--- 5.00
<br />Eureka hire Hose, supplies----- 45.40 P. S., Power & Light Co-------- 14.6,2
<br />Fire Department, fires --------- 165.00 Bert Anderson, garbage-------- 10.00
<br />Yd)st Auto Co.,stor age,&repair 29.02 Roy H. Degneau, mileage & stamps 29.13
<br />A group of four men.from south Edmonds appeared before the Council.inquiring
<br />about water for their homes..The Mayor and water committee were to, meet
<br />t1th them and decide what could be done._
<br />Chief of Police Roy Degneau reported the curb on fifth and main streets
<br />was damaged from.cars making the turn. A motion was moved and seconded the
<br />Street Superintendent repair the damage. Motion. carried.
<br />A motion was moved and seconded that Water Superintendent h. H. Doty purchase
<br />100 feet cast iron pipe and fittings for North Edmonds. Motion carried.
<br />The -Clerk was instructed to write a letter to the Department of Internal
<br />Revenue, at Tacoma about the $5 Stamp for City Trucks and fire truck.
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<br />Fire Chief M. C. Engels reported to the Council. that a- u p � and
<br />clothing for the firemen is to be loaned to the City of. Edmonds by the
<br />Federal Government for the duration of the war. The City is to provide a
<br />ton and half truck to mount this pump on. It was suggested the old k1l. P. A.
<br />truck would serve this purpose.
<br />Mayor r'ourtner appointed M. C. Engels as City property officer, to 'be res-
<br />ponsible for the equipment. Motion carried. The Mayor and fire chief are
<br />to fill out the necessary forms.
<br />A motion was moved and seconded that the fire chief make,Iaifurther investi-
<br />gation of this and purchase a $5000.00 bond to cover the requirements.
<br />Motion carried.
<br />Chandler made a motion that the meeting adjourn.
<br />Assistant City Clerk Mayor.
<br />July 20, 1943.
<br />The Council met in regular session with mayor Pourtner presiding. The roll
<br />call showed the following Councilmen present, Chandler, Roscoe, Hansen, Jones,
<br />Hansen and Clausen.
<br />A motion was moved and seconded'a:'that.the street and water superintendent be
<br />paid 4'200.00 a month salary, ;P125.00 from the street, fund, and 75.00 from
<br />the water fund. Passed by a unamimous vote of the Coancil.
<br />Chief of Police Roy Degneau was instructed to hire extra ]police when the
<br />traffic is too heavy for him to take care of.
<br />Councilman Jones reported to the Coiin.cil that 0. G. Johnson offered the City
<br />$100.00 for lot 3 Block 77. The Council did not accept the offer.
<br />There being no further business, a motion was moved and seconded the meeting
<br />Assistant City Clerk