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A'motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Roscoe that the Mayor and <br />Clerk be authorized to accept the Franchise to operate and maintain two <br />water pipe lifes,along a portion of the Secondary State Highway No.11-W. <br />Motion carried. <br />The Clerk was instructed to have the call for bids for a water tank anti <br />tower published in the two.papers. Bide to be opened at the next meeting <br />of the Council November 7. <br />A mot -ion was made.by McGibbon and seconded by Hansen that the Clerk be <br />authorized to write the State Highway Department, in regards to the need (bf <br />automatic signals on the railroad crossings at Main -and Dayton Streets. <br />Motion -carried. <br />A motion was madd by Clausen and seconded by Savage that the,water.superin- <br />tendent be authorized to proceed with the tying of the -water. line of South <br />Edmondsto the Main water line at sixth and,the South City limits. Motion• <br />carried. <br />0 <br />Mayor Fourtner reported that the Highway Department had been inquiring <br />as to what was being done for a Post -Jar program. Councilman Clausen <br />suggested .that. the Street and Water. Superintendeht make out a list of the <br />things.that needs to be done.. This.was referred to the water and street <br />committee, who.are to meet with the Sfperintendent. <br />The clerk was authorized to write to the State Highway Department in regards <br />to the fixing of the Highway on fifth and Dayton streets. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />Assistant. City Clerk <br />M91yor <br />November 7, 1944 <br />The Council met in regular session <br />with 114ayor Fourtner <br />presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen <br />present Chandler, <br />Roscoe, McGibbon, <br />Savage, Jones, Hansen and Clausen. <br />The Slater Collectors and Treasurers reports were read and ordered filled. <br />A motion was made by Hansen and seconded by Chandler that the following bills <br />which were approved by the finance committee be allowed and warrants be <br />drawn on the proper funds. Motion. carried. <br />P• Sound P. & Light., park ---------- 2..96 Ray Mc :ewer, labor---------40.00 <br />E. H. Vollan., special police ------- 6.50 Howard Sievers, engineering-115.00 <br />J. A. Lstell, special police ------ 15.50 Tribune Reveieta, statements- 12.15 <br />Tribune Review, pub. notice------- 1.14 Daily Journal of Commerce--- 3.60 <br />Puget sound Eeivs.,, books----------- 6.41 Olympic Foundry, supplies--- 40.44 <br />A. C. McClurg.Co. books ------ ------ 40.17.Pittsburgh Ecluit Meter," ---- 181.00 <br />P. S. Power & Light., lights------- 1.02 Markman & Williams, pipe----311.43 <br />Ray 11cdeever lab.or--------------- 51.00 Everett Daily Hearld, ------ 19.20 <br />E. B. Hubbard, &uto Insurance-----17.00 A. B. Bently, supplies------ 3.80 <br />Caspers Corner, Gas--------------- 6.50 Pacigic 1-7ater 1`lorks Supplies 20.14 <br />Richfield Service, gas------------ 4.83 Midway Iron Works, blacksmith 7.73 <br />Hopper Chev. Co. gas a: repair ----- 34.42 P. S. Power & Light,--------135.87 <br />Leyda Electric &.radio, lights---- 1.00 Trick Bc Murray, supplies---- 8.84 <br />P. S. Power & bight Co ----------- 100.52 Telephone service, phone---- 2.85 <br />Fire -Department, colivention------ 52.25 Tribune -Review, printing---- 26.46 <br />W. C. Hansen, mileage & dogs----- 26.46 Mrs. D. M. Parker, cleaning-- 5.00 <br />Yost Auto Co. storage ------------ 10.74 Trick & IVfiarray, Supplies ----- 41.60 <br />Bert Anderson, iarbage,------10.00 <br />A motioli was madeeby Clausen and Seconded by Savage that �Op500 be transferred <br />from the Current. Expense fund to the Library fund, Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Clausen and Seconded by Savage that the balance of <br />$894.55 in the General Bond Redemption Fund b.e transferred to the Current <br />Expense Fund. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Clausen that,p71.29 be trans- <br />ferred from the Current Expense ilund to L. I. D. 53, 54 and 55 which have <br />been carried in the red. Motion carried. <br />Threes bads we're received and opened for the water tank and tower. The <br />bid form Vickers Construction Co. for $61§0 H. C. McBride for $5986.00 <br />and one from Yederal Pipe & Tank Co. for w4663.00 <br />A motion was made by Clausen and Seconded by McGibbon that the bid from <br />the Federal Pipe and Tank Co. be accepted. Motion carried by a unaimious <br />vote of the Council. <br />