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A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McGibbon to reeind the motion <br />for the installing of parking -meters. A roll call vote showed Chandler yes <br />McGibbon yes, Siefert no, McGinness no, Hansen yes and Clausen yes. <br />A motion was made by Siefert and seconded by Chandler that one hour parking <br />be stenciled on the curbs and be inforced. Motion carried. <br />Mayor F'ourtner appointed.Chief or Police Holmquist and Councilmen Siefert and <br />Hansen to revise the proposed traffic code. <br />There being no further business <br />City Clark <br />the Mebting adjourned. <br />Mayor <br />June 4, 1946 <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following Councilmen present Chandler, McGibbon, Siefert, <br />McGinness, and Clausen. <br />The water collectors report was read, also a report -from the State Health <br />Department which shows that the water sample conforms with the water <br />Standards for drinking water. <br />A motion was made by McGibbon and seconded by Clausen 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 />Puget Sound P. & Light,--------- 2.11 Wilbur Ogle, labor--------- 97.00 <br />I. 0. 0. F. Hall, hose -------- 6.50 Richfield Service, gas----- 15.36 <br />Carl J. Erickson, labor--------- 10.00 Leyda Electric & Radio, <br />Ed. Woodfield, tool shed-------- 10.00 supplies & labor to connect <br />Bay MoZeever, labor------------- 2.00 wells--------------------- 112,10 <br />Puget Sound R. .& Light Ca. , ----- 2.64 Midway Iron 10. 25 <br />Wilbur Ogle, labor on street---- 96.00 Crow Hardware. supplies-- 25.68 <br />Wash. Azphalt, 6 tone mix------- 33.99 Rockwell Man. -.Co ----------- 54.59 <br />Western Auto Supply, tire & tube 25.02 Caseade•Mach. Co. 2 pomona <br />Edmonds Lumber, sappplies-------- 2.69 pumps --------------------- 1689.20 <br />Richfield'Serviee, gas & repair r Marckmann & Williams, pipe <br />tire--------------------- 16.46 as per contract------------ 873.29 <br />Crow Hardware, supplies--------- 19.97 Cascade Machinery, cleaning <br />P. S. Power & Light ------------- 100.16 motor and supplies-------- 118.66 <br />Mrs. Anna Parker, cleaning------ 5.00 Harold 0. Meyer, final pay. <br />P. S. Power & Light, lights------ 2.30 of well contract----------- 539.09 <br />George Jones, covering garbage ---10.00 R. E. Wolff, ehgA.Aeer------ 112.50 <br />V. E. Holmquist, mileage,meals--- 40.98 Long Motor & Welding------- 1.60 <br />Edmonds Dry Cleaners, cleaning--- 4.12 P. S. P. & Light ,--------- 154. 00 <br />Fire Department, fire calls ------ 90.00 Crow Hardware, supplies---- 2.36 <br />Yost Auto Co. , storage ----------- 12.16 Leyda Electric & Ra dio---- 2.80 <br />a* E. Wolff, engineer------ 80.00 <br />Fern Rittenhouse asked for permission.to place a ticket stand on the street <br />so that tickets may be sold for the Fourth of July celebration. A motion <br />was made by Clausen and seconded by McGinness that he be granted this <br />permission under the superivision of the St. Supt* and the Chief of Police. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McGinness that four,boxes <br />be ordered for waste paper to be placed by the St. Supt. and the Chief.of <br />Police. motion carried. <br />A motion was made by McGibbon that the Ferry pay §50 a month during the <br />summer months and this money be used for mileage for the police. Amotion <br />was made that the City Clerk the Ferry Co. and inquire if they <br />are willing to pay50 a month the summer months. <br />A motion was made by M�I� ajn� ABPC96t@At�y q&@fert that the Cityypur- <br />chase 6 lots for 650^ o pro e t e we er we 1, from Mark J. Servey, <br />Lots 12, 13, 14, 27, 28 and 29 in Block 38. A roll call vote showed <br />Chandler yes,, McGibbon yes, Siefert yes, McGinness yes and Clausen yes. <br />THE City Engineer reported on the sanitary conditions in the City. He <br />stated that there were a number of places that did not have aseptic tanks <br />installed. A motion was made by McGinness and seconded by Chandler that <br />all persons known to be within 200 feet of the sewer, and any person who <br />is not now connected to the sewer, must connect to the sewer, according <br />0 the Ordinance. Motion carried. <br />Councilman Siefert reporte hwuxostreets, <br />hb zones. He suggested a two car <br />zone on the south side of also the N=t& ei4e of <br />;rogedt�Bh, and Main streets on Fifth, and to abIlish the zone at the <br />l <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />Up and Up Tavern, and a fee of $25 per cab be charged for a license. <br />