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Siefert made an the motion that we enforce the parking laws <br />and signs be painted. No seeond to the.motion... <br />Mr. Johnson asked that the alley in Block 77 be opened up so cars may drive <br />through the alley. A motion.was made by McGibbon that the property owners <br />be notified to remove any obstruction in the alley. <br />A•petition was read to teopen Yost Admiral way, which has been used by <br />Pointer Will€&mette Co. This was referred to the Street Committee. <br />A motion was made by Savage and seconded by Hansen that lot 32 iif-Block 91 <br />be sold to John H. Nisbet for.$35. A roll call vote showed Chan �ler no, <br />McGibbon yes, Siefert yes, Savage.yes, Hansen.yes and Clausen yes'. <br />A motion was made by Siefert and seconded by McGibbon that the bills of <br />Harold 0. Meyer for $84 for the surging of the old well and $796,29 for <br />75%5of the contract for.the drilling of the first well be paid. Motion <br />carried. <br />Mayor Fourtner suggested that we call for bids for seal -coat on Fifth street <br />from Main street�to Bell Street and on Sixth street from Main street to the <br />High School, also to have Black top work -done on Front Street and.Main street <br />from Fifth street to sixth street. <br />Councilman Savage resigned from the Council. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk <br />Jil'a <br />Mayor <br />May 7, 1946 <br />r <br />The .Council met in regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following Councilmen <br />present Chandler, McGibbon, Siefert, <br />Hansen and Clausen. <br />t <br />The water collectors and Treasurers <br />by McGibbon and seconded by Chandler <br />reports were read. A motion was made <br />that the following bills which were <br />approved by the finance committee be <br />allowed and warrants be drawn on <br />the <br />proper funds. Motion carried. <br />Pointer W illiamette, supplies------ <br />1 <br />1.77 Wilbur,Ogle, labor------- <br />28.00 <br />P. S. Power & Light, lights-------- <br />2.48 Earl Coulter, labor------ <br />28.00 <br />Sate"r & Ridenour, oil for.furnace--- <br />38.34 Ernest Rundle,rlabor----- <br />16.00 <br />P. 3. Power & Light, library lights <br />3.20 Marekmann & Williams, <br />a <br />Olympic Window Cleane'rs------------- <br />4.90 supplies---,------------- <br />310.19 <br />Earl Coulter, painting streets------ <br />16.00 Crow Hardware, supplies-- <br />32.04 <br />Richfield Service, repair, grease, <br />A. B. Bently, supplies--- <br />54.32 <br />truck & Grader, & gas--------------- <br />33.80 Pitt. Equit. Meter Co. <br />Caspers Corners, gas---------------- <br />33.61 Meters, & repair meters-- <br />503.55 <br />Sater & Ridenour, oil--------------- <br />,3.42 Edmonds Auto Freight,---- <br />1.74 <br />Tribune Review, office supplies-7--- <br />16.17 Edmonds Lumber,Co. suppliesl7.54 <br />Hopper Chevrolet, repair coupe--=--- <br />8.603tar Machinery Co. rent of <br />, <br />Chas. R. Watts, street signs-------- <br />32.19 pump--------------- <br />4.05 <br />Wash. Asphalt, 2 ton mix---- -------- <br />11.33 P. S. Power & Light, power <br />R. Gray, repaint signs-------------- <br />8.00 for pumps-------------- <br />150.55 <br />.Leyda Electric & Radio, lights------ <br />.67Hugh G. Wuroell, supplies- <br />100.11 <br />P. S. Power & Light, streets lights-101.06Leyda Electric & Radio, <br />Tribune Review, Pub. Ordinance------ <br />5.29 connect pump------------ <br />2.52 <br />State Bank of Edmonds, safety box--- <br />3.603cripps Pearson, blacksmith <br />9.75 <br />George Jones, covering garbage------ <br />Mrs. A. Parker, cleaning city hall-- <br />10.00Harold O Meyer, contract of <br />5.00drilling new well, 75%,-----820.97 <br />P. S. Power & Light, lights--------- <br />5.30 V. B. Holmquist, mileage & <br />- <br />Ray H. Doty, Sewee inspections------ <br />10.00 i dog------------------ <br />26.34 <br />Telephone Service, phone calls------ <br />3.60 Yost Auto Co. storage----- <br />9.55 <br />Engles Insurance, bond for police--- <br />5..00 Fire Department, 3 fires-- <br />90.00 <br />Tribune Review, supplies for police <br />& police judge------------------ <br />32,44 <br />Sgt Hall and Mr. Hill from the State Highway'_Uepartmentspoke to the Council <br />in regards to the traffic conditions and the also the ferry traffic in the <br />city. They asked that the State traffic Ordinance be taken under consider- <br />ation, and that Dayton street be used for the Ferry traffic. <br />A delegation of people from North and South Edmonds came before the Council <br />about water. After some discussion a motion was made by Siefert and seconded <br />by McGibbon that this be turned over to the Water committee, Superintendent <br />and the Engineer to report on atthe next meeting of the Council. Motion <br />carried. <br />4 <br />