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Section 3: That the,lst day of January, 1946 is hereby fixed as the date <br />of the issuance of the Bonds, required to be issued on account of said <br />improvement. <br />Section .4: The City of Edmonds may sell said Bonds and make payment in <br />cash in the manner provided by the Ordinances of said City. <br />F. A. Fourtner <br />Mayor <br />ATTEST: Anita Gudt <br />City Clerk <br />Passed: Nov 6, 1945 <br />Published: Nov. 1945. <br />A motion was made by Savage and,seconded by Chandler that•Ordinanee No 553 <br />be adopted. Motion �;�rr•ied�r,. .. f. ,e:.:3. ;,�,t%e;� , �,� , ��;.�c=i yes <br />'i7F?:. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McGibbon that the clerk be <br />authorized to pay to the City Treasurer $781.80 for the Cities portion <br />of the sewer in Block 77 and 68. Motion carried. <br />Two -petitions were read for the.grading and sewers,. one for Bell street <br />between.seventh and ninth, the other on Eighth street be Mainland Edmonds <br />street. A motion was made by McGibbon and,seconded by McDonell that the <br />attorney draw up a resolution on. intention according to the petitions. Motion <br />carried. <br />Several people from the Baptist Church came before the Council about the <br />water that runs into the basement of the Church. After some discussion a <br />motion was made by Chandler and aeconded by Hansen that this.S3beerbferred <br />to.ILthe- Stre.,et Supt. and the engineer. Motion: carried. <br />Water Supt. Doty reported that a great amount of sand was .in the water which <br />comes from the Cook well and that something should be .done to prevent this <br />condition. A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McDonell'that the <br />Engineer and Supt. be given the authority.to remt.dy this condition. Motion, <br />carried. <br />Street Supt..repo.rted that Walnut street had.been opened up from third to <br />fifth street and the property owners paid the expen.se.of this work. SILPt. <br />Doty also reported roots from the willow tree on the Rulaford property had <br />caused the stoppage of the sewer. Mayor Fourtner read a letter from the <br />Rulafords-stating they would out this tree clown and thanked the Council <br />for the cooperation given them. <br />A motion was made by Savage and seconded by McDonell that the Chief of <br />Police salary be raised to $225 and the Deputy to $200.per month until <br />the first of the year. A vote of the Council showed Chandler yes, McGibbon <br />yes, McDonell yes, Savage yes and Hansen yes. <br />The Council <br />declared a vacancy of a oouncilman for the second ward. <br />A motion was made by McGibbon and seconded by Savage that the Council <br />accept the resignation of Councilman Jones. Motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />-, Xt " Z-21-1 <br />Mayor <br />November 20, 1945 <br />The Council met inregular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present Chandler, McGibbon, Savage, <br />Hansen and Clausen. <br />A motion was made,by Savage and seconded by Chandler that the bills for labor <br />for Ray Mokeever $40 on the water and $40 on the street be allowed. Motion. <br />carried., <br />Street Supt. Doty reported he had opened up the drain at the North City limits <br />and that this had solved the problem of the water standing.on the_property• <br />and also of the water going into the basements, but that sewerage was running <br />into the open ditch. <br />Water Supt. Doty reported that the new Deming pump was being installed, and <br />that the Council should begin to think about water for the next summer. He <br />also reported that the South Edmonds pump, known as the Richmond Beach pump <br />had been burned, and had to be re -wound, which was caused by the dimming <br />of the lights. A mintion was made by Savage and seconded by Hansen that the <br />Supt. purchase a protector switch to prevent this from happening again. <br />Motion carried. <br />