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July 3, 1945 <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor 2ourtner presiding. The <br />roll call showed the following councilmen present Chandler, McDonell, <br />McGibbon, Hansen and Clausen. <br />The minutes of the previous meeting wore reau and approved. The Treas- <br />urers report was read. The following bills which were approved by the <br />finance committee were orlered paid. <br />Ray Mcleever, labor--------- 54 40-Willard Pub. Co -supplies----- 1.60 <br />Wash. Asphalt Co. mix.------ 11.33 0. X. Sorensen, box rent----- 1.00 <br />Midway Iron works,blacksmith 6..95 A. C. McClurg, books--------- 2.66 <br />Leyda Electric,&o Radio,lamps 1.00 Crosset & Williams, books---- 1.6.5 <br />P. S. Power & Light, lights--100.70 P. S. Power & Light, lights-- 1.98 <br />Ray Mcleever,'labor--------- 24.000row Hardware, supplies------- 9.59 <br />Marchmann &C Wiliiams; supplies173.73 Ed. Woodfield, labor--------, 10.00 <br />Leyda Electric &o Radio------- 24.26 P. S. P. &: Light Co.-------- 1.00 <br />Pittsburgh Equit. Supplies---- 12.61 0. F. Sorensen, box rent---- .-75 <br />A. B. Bently, supplies-------- 1.26 Mrs. Anna Parker, cleaning-- 5.00 <br />Crow Hardware, supplies------- 8.90 George Jones, covering garbage <br />Olympic Foundry, supplies----- 12.95 10.00 <br />P. S. Power & Light, power ---- 155.49 -'ire Department, three fires 90.00 <br />Telephone Service, phone------ .15 Engle Insurance Agency, bond 5.00 <br />Eldon Grace, repair sirene--- 9.00 <br />was read <br />Two letters from the Snohomish County Health Department,in regard to the <br />sample of water taken from the City Beach. This report shows the water , <br />to be heavily contaminated and absolutely unsafe for swimming. <br />The petition was read for Blacktop work on Pirst Avenue Uorth from Edmonds. <br />Street north to the end of the curbing., approximately 1000 feet. <br />The Clerk was instructed 'to write to the Great Forthern railway Company <br />in regards to paying one-half of the expense of the material, approx- <br />inately $310, The City to pay the expense of laying the material. <br />n motion was made by Clausen and seconded by Hansen thafthe Water super- <br />intendent be authorized to buy 800.feet, more or less of 2 inch pipe <br />and fittings, to be installed from the new well to the water tank. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Clausen and seconded by Hansen that the City hire <br />an inspector on the ninth street sewer job, retroactive to June 291h. <br />motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />Harry V. Allen <br />Clerk Protein mayor n <br />Judy 17, 1945 <br />The Courcil met in regular session with Mayor Nourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present. Chandler, McDonell, McGibbon, <br />Jones, Clausen and Hansen. <br />A motion was maderby =Gibbonlnd .secon.ded by McDonell that the bill of <br />Ray Mcleever for labor he allowedT also the bill for E1bArt.GirTmIxler`ofor <br />$249.51 for labor and material he allowed, subject to the approval of the <br />third party on the finance committeex A vote of the council showed Chandler <br />.yes, McDonell yes, McGibbon yes, Jones no, Clausen no and Hansen yes. <br />A motion; was made by Jones and seconded, by McDonell that the Clerk notify <br />Mr Weber that he must remove Al obstruction to passage on the sidewalk <br />and the State property over which the City has jurisdiction. Motion <br />carried. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McGibbon that the water <br />restriction be lifted until further notice of the water superintendent. <br />Motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />1ri. <br />ity Cleric it ayor <br />