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Councilman Clausen reported that W. H. Profitt offered the City 4 200 a lot <br />for lots 10 and 11 or lots 12 and 13 in Block 77. This was laid over until <br />the next meeting of the Council...Li' <br />City Attorney 0,. D. Anderson advised the Council that the City could not <br />pay a'premiun on their own bonds. <br />Roy Degneau was requested to see the Puget Sound Power. and. Light Co and have <br />the stop sign on Fifth and Taain streets raised so it would not interfer with <br />the travel of trucks. <br />Mayor r'ourtner., Walt Hansen and 111. C. Hansen are, to meet'with the owners of <br />the Oakland Shingle mill., which is being torn down and make them an offer <br />for the.beach land from main to Bell streets,: It was suggested that this <br />land be used for a bathing beach. <br />There being no further business a biotion was made and seconded the meeting <br />adjoumn. <br />Ix <br />Assistant City Clerk Mayor <br />September 7, 1943. <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor-Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following Councilmen present,°Chandler, Roscoe, Hansen, Jones, <br />Savage and Clausen. <br />The Water Collectors and Treasurers reports were read and ordered filled. <br />A Notion was moved and seconded that the bills which were approved. -by the <br />finance committee be allowed and warrants be drawn on the proper funds. <br />Motion carried. <br />Ed. Grocery & Market, supplies----- ,59 Louis Valois, labor on water-- 20.00 <br />Crow Hardware, supplies park------- 5.BbrBarl Garrett,,.labor--------- 2.00 <br />Ed. t'7oodfield., labor ---------------- 10.00 Hugh G. Purcell, supplies----- 45.10 <br />Bert Anderson, garbage---=--------- 4.00 Standard Oil Co. supplies- '-- 1.58 <br />.2. S. Power & Light.�o.,, lights----- 2.25 Crow Hardware, suprplies------- 4.84 <br />P. S. Power & Light. Co. lights----- 1.00 A. B. Bently, supplies-------- 2.01 <br />Duane Patterson, labor on streets--15.00 P. S. Power & Light Co. power-182.64 <br />Louis valois., labor on streets ----- 16.00 Leyda Electric & radio labor & <br />Louis miller., gas for -truck -------- 15.75 repair motor*of pump------- 44.02 <br />A. B. bently, clean sewer---------- 7.21a3tate Treasurer, Ind. Ins----- 1.69 <br />Richfield Service gas------------ 6.30 Crow Hardware, supplies------- .36 <br />Crow Hardware, supplies------------ 1.54 firs. Parker, cleaning hall---- 5.00 <br />Leyda Electric &'Radio., supplies--- .93'2. S. Power & Light Co, lights <br />P. S. Power & Lights, street lights for observation tower------- 3.80 <br />101.54 Ed. Telephone Co. phone calls- 1.29 <br />State Treasurer, Ind, Ins.--------- 5.04 M. C. Engels, oil for futnaee- 43.86 <br />Yost Auto Co. storage & service ---- 12.16 Bert Anderson, garbage-------- 10.00 <br />State Treasurer, ind Ins.---------- 2.24 R. H. Degneau, mileage for car.28.71 <br />tt. C. Hansen, postage & envelop 3.87 <br />Burdett Morse offered the Council VA200 per lot for lots 10 and 11 in Block <br />77. A motion ,was moved and seconded to accept the offer for .11"400 for lots <br />10 and 11 in Block 77. Motion carried by a unamimous vote of the Council. <br />Cleve Little offered the council 45200 per lot for lots 12, 13, 14 and 15 in <br />Block 77. W. H. Profitt also offered �200 per lot for, lots 12 and 13. <br />A motion was moved and seconded to accept the offer of Cleve Little for $800 <br />for lots 12, 131 14 and 15 in Block 77. The vote was Chandler yes, Roscoe <br />yes, Hansen yes, Jones no, Savage yes, Clausen no. Motion Carried. <br />Charles Phelps offered the Council $150 per lot for lots 38, 39 and 40 and <br />a11clots that remain unsold in Block 96. A motion was moved and seconded <br />to accept the offer. Motion carried. <br />Superintendegt R. H. Doty reported that the new pump had arrived and would <br />be installed within the next week. Mr. Doty also reported that the wood <br />pipe between seventh and eighth on Fir street needed replacing. A motion <br />was moved -and seconded that the superintendent proceed with the replacing <br />of 350 feet of wood pipe with two inch cast iron pipe'between seventh and <br />eight ohrPit street. Motion carried. <br />.50.9 000 gallons <br />Councilman Clausen reported the cost of a new Cedar tank, Nlabor and tower <br />to amount to approximately �4200. <br />The Preliminary Budget was made and adopted by the City Council. <br />1 <br />1 <br />