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0 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />4. The City Engineer of said_City of Edmonds is hereby directed to submit <br />to the City Council, at or prior to said 5th day of September., 1944, the <br />estimated cost and expense of 'the improvement,_in this Resolution mentioned, <br />and -a statement of the proportionate amount thereof which shall be borne <br />by the property within the proposed Improvement District; and a statement <br />of the aggregate assessed valuation of the real estate, exclusive of im- <br />provements, within said proposed Improvement District according to the <br />valuation last placed upon it for general taxation, together with a dia- <br />gram or print showing thereon the lots, tracts, or parcels of land and <br />other property which will be specially benefited thereby, and the estimated <br />amount of the cost and expense of such improvement to be borne by each lot, <br />tract, parcel of land or other property. <br />Passed by the City Council of the City. of Edmonds this first day of • <br />August, 1944, and approved the same date.. <br />NO A. hourtner, Mayor <br />Attest: Anita Gust, Deputy City Clerk.. <br />George Law came before the Council in regards to the vacating of his property <br />on Eighth Avenue.. Councilman Jones statedthat,he should.either connect to <br />the sewer or lock the place up and remove the outside building. Mr. Law <br />stated he would notify his tenant to move and have the outside building re- <br />moved. - <br />Mr. Plagens.came before the Council in regards to getting water to his property <br />in Block 81 lot 9. A motion was made by Jones and seconded 'by McGibbon that <br />he'be given permission to lay water pipe in the alley in Block 81: Motion <br />carried. <br />A young man came before the Council inregards to a new recreation center <br />for the Young Zolks of Edmonds. after some discussion he was informed that <br />some older person must sponser it, also they must put up,a bond to protect ` <br />the City. <br />Councilman Clausen reported on the cost of a new tank based on <br />capacity. A wood tank with 30 foot tower, appox. cost, $8600, wood tank <br />with concrete base on ground level, §3800,. a steel tank with 30 foot tower <br />11,750, steel tahk with concrete floor on ground level approx. cost 6800. <br />Street Supt. Doty reported the drain stopped up on the Casper property. <br />The Clerk was instructed to notify the property owner that the City was <br />not responsible for the drainage on this property. <br />There being no further business a motion was made that the meeting adjourn. <br />Assistant City Clerk <br />&ayo r <br />August 15, 1944 <br />The Council met in regular session with.Mayor .6ourtne-r presiding. The <br />roll call showed the following Councilmen present Roscoe., McGibbon, Savage, <br />Johes and Clausen. <br />The minutes of the following meeting were read and approved. A motion was <br />made by Savage and seconded by McGibbon that the bills of Ray McKeever for <br />labor, �80 on the street fund and $16 on the water fund, be allowed. Motion <br />carried. <br />A motion was made by Jones and seconded by Clausen that the water Superinten- <br />dent be authorized to purchase 1200 feet of two inch cast iron pipe. <br />A report was read from the State Department of Health in regards to the <br />crater from the New drilled well. This report shows that the water does <br />conform with the U. S. Bacteriological Standard fro drinking water. <br />Mrs. Morrissey recently purchased the Harris property on Third Avenue. She <br />came before the Council in regards to the opening up the alley. She was <br />advised by the Council that it would 'be up to the property owners to have <br />the alley surveyed and it must be approved by the council. <br />There being no further business a motion was moved and seconded.the meeting <br />adjourn. <br />Assistant City Clerk. <br />Mayor <br />