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C <br />Puget Sound P & Light, service------ <br />Telephone Service Co..phone calls--- <br />Leyda Electric &,Radio, supplies---- <br />A. B. bently, repair burner-------- <br />W. C. Hansen, mileage, dogs--------- <br />J. A. Astell, special police -------- <br />Mrs. D. M. Parker, .cleaning hall---- <br />.10.00 Bert Anderson, covering garbage,10.ffLf' <br />.1.80 Yost Auto Co. 2 mos storage--19.77 <br />7.42 Fire Department one f ire-----30.00 <br />2.83 <br />29.00 <br />28.00 <br />5.00 <br />A letter was read from the State Department of'Health which shows that the <br />water conforms with the U. S. Bacteriological Standard for drinking water. <br />A motion was movd eand seconded that Gordon Magill and. Donald Foss be given <br />credit of $46.30 each on their water bills, the cost of the'pipe which they <br />installed. Motion carried. <br />Water Superintendent reported on the drawing up of a franchise for the lay- <br />ing of a water line along the State Highway South of,the City limits. A <br />motion was moved and seconded to recind the previous motion. A motion <br />was moved and seconded that we obtain a franchise from the State to lay a <br />one inch pipe line on the:west side,of the Highway for a distance of 1000 <br />feet South of the South.City limits and a four inch pipe line on the east_ <br />side of the highway, South to the termination of the Seattle water line. <br />Vote Chandler, yes, Roscoe, yes, McGibbon, yes, Jones,:no, Savage, yes, <br />Hansen, yes, Clausen, no. Motion carried. <br />Water Superintendent reported to the Council that we,are going to need.more. <br />water. That the Yost well was not producing what.had been anticipated after <br />the cleaning and repairing of the well. A motion was moved and seconded <br />that the Water Superintendent prepare a report on the water situation and <br />contact the different well diggers on what should be done to produce more <br />water. Motianoearried. <br />A motion was moved and seconded that the hater Superintendent sell the plat- <br />form which is not being used for $5. Motion carried. <br />Mayor Fourtner reported that Mr. Gard offered the City $350 for lots 19 &'20 <br />in Block 122. This was laid over until the next meeting of the Council. <br />The Mayor asked if the Council wanted to sell the resouvoir. on ninth and <br />Main streets. The Council decided not to sell. <br />A motion was moved and seconded that the Council sell lots 21 and 22 in Block <br />40 to George Anderson for.$40.01 per lot. Moti©n carried. <br />Otto Sorenson, a member of the Library Board came before the Council in <br />regards to the heating of the library for next winter. A motion was moved <br />and seconded that Councilman McGibbon .have a survey made of the heating <br />system and work with the library board on the matter. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Sorenson also asked that the City Jail be moved from the library Build- <br />ing. <br />Chief of Police W. C. Hansen reported that the girls from the High School <br />had not reported to him in regards to a recreation center. He also report- <br />ed that several citizens had asked if the skating rink could be opened for <br />the young folks.Councilman Clausen stated that we could spend.the taxpayers <br />money only for the cost of the City Government. <br />Councilman Hansen reported that Henry Allen would.like permission to move <br />a building from Bell to Maple Street. A•motion was moved and seconded that <br />Henry Allen be given permission to move the building from Bell to Maple <br />street a.ccotding to the City.Ordinance. Motion Carried. <br />There being no further business a motion was moved and seconded the meeting <br />adjourn. Carried. <br />jw-s-istant City,-T <br />Clerk. Mayor <br />March 21, 1944 <br />The Council met,in regular session with Mayor i'ourtner presiding. the roll <br />call ahowed the fol.lowing.Councilmen present, Chandler, Kopcoe, McGibbon, <br />Jones,. Savage,.Hansen and Clausen. <br />A motion was moved and seconded that the bills of i{ay-McKeever for labor on <br />the water for $38 and on the otreet for �58, r.hich were approved by the <br />finance committee be allowed. Motion carried. <br />A report was read by the Clerk, from K. H., uoty water Superintendent, on <br />the cost and digging of a new well. A motion was moved and seconded that <br />this report be referred to the Water Committee for. recommendation. Motion <br />carried. <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />