19461119 City Council Minutes
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19461119 City Council Minutes
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l <br />1 <br />1 <br />A letter was read from Pdinter- Villiamette. They ask for permission.to use <br />the approach to the dock at the foot of Dayton Street, so that boats may <br />get fuel and oil in.this territory. This was referred to the street comm- <br />ittee for investigation. Mayor Fourtner appointed Councilman McGinness on <br />the street committee for the remainder of the year. <br />A letter was read from the Secretary of the Christian Science Church asking <br />to have the church and the Club house to be put on one meterfor water con- <br />su-dption. .This was referred to the water superintendent. <br />The vacating of the alley in Block 121 came up for hearing. There being no <br />one present against the vacating of the alley a motion was made by Chandler <br />that the Attorney be instructed to draw up an Ordinance for the same, wi <br />Councilman Siefert seconded the motion. Motion carried. <br />& motion was made by Siefert and seconded by Waggoner that the Superintendent <br />be allowed to employ two mote men to help with the work. Motion carried. <br />Mayor Fourtner stated that Mr. Long and Cogswell would like permission to <br />break down the curb at their place of business. Councilman I.IoGinness stated <br />that they should present their plans before the Council. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by Siefert that a vote of thanks <br />should be sent to Larry Gamey for the, work that ]fie, has done for; the City of <br />Edmonds, Motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjouril.ed. <br />�� <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />November 19, 1946 <br />h Council met in regular -session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />a�l showed the following councilmen present Chandler, McGibbon, Waggoner., <br />Siefert, McGinness and Clausen. <br />An Easement from the Great Northern Railway Co., for the closing of Bell street <br />was read to the Council. This was referred to the City Attorney for his app- <br />roval. <br />A.motion was made by McGinness and seconded -by Waggoner that the water Supt. <br />purchase a centrifugal pump, for use -on the water and street departments. <br />A vote showed Chandler yes., McGibbon yes, Waggoner yes, Siefert yes, Mc- <br />Ginness yes and Clauses no. <br />r <br />Harry Cogswell came before the Council with his plans for a service station. <br />A motion was made by Chandler and seconded by McGinness that the plans be <br />accepted and he be given permission to 'break down the curb and gutter on <br />Fifth and Dayton streets. Councilman McGibbon made an amendment to the <br />motion that he is to remove the hydrant at his own expense. Motion carried <br />Mr. Brandt came before the Council and asked for permission to park a lunch <br />bus on the west side of the railway tracks on Main street and at the High <br />School. A motion was made by Siefert and seconded 'by Waggoner that he be <br />allowed to operate his lunch bus at places to be zoned, subjecti,ut t�tl�es <br />and regulations and a licence established by the Council, ar_d the,, 8a h <br />Department. A vote showed the majority of the Council not in favor of the <br />motion. <br />Supt. McKeever reported on the bad condition of the sewer on First and Main <br />street. A motion was made by McGinness that this be referred to the Street <br />committee and the Engineer. <br />A motion was made by McGinness and seconded by Waggoner that the Council <br />approved the schedule for State matching money for the sewers. Passed by a <br />unanimous vote of the Council <br />A motion was made by Siefert and seconded by Waggoner that we accept the bid <br />of JohnManville for the four inch Transite Bipe for $615.20. Motion carried. <br />Charles Phelps offered the Council $3000 for lots 28 and 29 in Block D. A <br />roll call vote showed Chandler yes, McGibbon no, Waggoner no, Siefert no, <br />McGinness yes and Clausen no. A motion was made by McGibbon and seconded <br />by Siefert that the city Beall for bids on lots 28 and 29 in Block D, with <br />a minnimun price of 43000. A roll call vote showed Chandler yes, McGibbon <br />yes, Waggoner yes, Siefert yes, mcGinness yes and 01ausen no. <br />IC <br />
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