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WATER DEPARTMENT RECEIPTS AND ,. P EADIT'JRES <br />Water Collector, salary ------------------ $ 1000.00 <br />Superintendent, salary------------------- 900.00 <br />Asat Superintendebt, salary,-------------- .600.00 <br />Extra Men, wages---------- ------ 1500.00 <br />Power for pumps--------- ------------- 2000.00 <br />Supplies and repairs------ r------------- 500.00 <br />Materials------------------ --- 12000.00 <br />Redemption of Bonds and Int.erest---- --- 15000.00 <br />Industrial Ins, & Medical Aid------------ 50.00 <br />TotalExpenditures33,550.00 <br />REVENUES <br />Hydrant Rental from Current. Expense------ 2400.00 <br />Water Revenues, estimated9--------------- 20000..00 <br />Cash in Bond Redemption Fund ----------- -T 13000.00 <br />Cash in Operating Fund------------------- 3000.00 <br />Total Receipts---------------------- $ .38,400.00 <br />Adopted by the Mayor and Council and filed September 5, 1944. In <br />witness whereof, I have set my hand and seal of daid City this 5th <br />day of September, 1944. <br />Published September 7, 1944 <br />Assistant City Clerk <br />There being no further business a motion was moved and seconded <br />the meeting adjourn. <br />Assistant CityaUlerk <br />Mayor <br />September 19, 1944. <br />The Council met in regular seesion. with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following,Councilmen present, Chandler, Roscoe, McGibbon, <br />Savage, Jones_., Hansen and Clausen. <br />were read <br />The minutes,,of the f,&�J-n•g meeting. and the corrections were made . A <br />motion was made by and seconded by Hansen that the following bills <br />which were approved by the finance committee be allowed,_W,! C. Hansen, $26 <br />for mileage and killing -one dog, Earl McDonald $26 for special police, <br />Ray McKeever, $52 on water fund, and 36 on the street fund. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Savage and seconded by Clausen that the Attorney <br />write to Helen Garretson and offer,her $200 for a of an acre of property <br />in South Edmonds near the water tank. Motion carried. <br />Councilman Hansen reported on the sewer. He is to again contact the <br />property owners and report at'the next meeting of the Council <br />Oscar Johnson came before the,Council-and reported on the unsanitary con- <br />dition at the George Law property, that the property had not been connected <br />to the sewer and his tenant was still living there. The Attorney adzised <br />having the. Health Officer investigate.the.condition then have the Chief of <br />Police enforce the Ordinance. <br />Mr. Luithle came before the Council and asked if the City.would stand the <br />expense of and Engineer -to establish a grade for the sidewalks. at eighth <br />and Bell Streets, where his property_is located. No.action was taken. <br />Superintendent Doty reported that 540 feet of pipe had been laid on South <br />Edmonds. He also reported that the -ditch around the South Edmonds well had <br />been completed acid was'ready for inspection by the State Health Department. <br />Mayor Fourtner reported a resident of Edmonds was willing to pay for the <br />installing of a drinking fountain in the City Jail. <br />There being no a.motion was moved and seconded the meeting <br />adjourn. <br />Assistant City Clerk. <br />Mayor <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />