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A,motion was made by McGinness. and seconded by Waggoner. -that the" alley <br />between thi'rd' and fourth' avenues on Daley be improved. Mot ion carried. <br />Mr. Miller came before the .council and stated that something should be done <br />to take care of the water along Sprague street. A motion was made by Mo- <br />tinnesa and see.ondei by Waggoner that the engineer be authorized to take <br />care of this condition. Motion carried. <br />A letter wgs read from the City Engineer Mr. Wo1ff that the Bell Street, <br />Eighth and Seventh streets improvements had been completed. A motion was <br />made by-MoGibbon and seoanded.by Waggoner that the council accept the <br />recommendation of the City En•gine'er. Motion carried. <br />Councilman McGinness Chairman of the St. Committee recommend& that the <br />Pointer- Williamette be permitted to continue the use of Yost Admiral Way <br />and develop the 20 feet temporary street now in use, but that it be clearly <br />understood between Pointer Williamette and the City.that any.future.develop- <br />ments by Pointer Williamett a be instituted with the understanding that the <br />closing of Yost Admiral way is ,absolutbly temporary and should be opened at <br />the earliest possible time,; or at the will of the council. A motion was <br />Made by -Waggoner snd seconded by. Tucker that this recommendation be accepted. <br />Motion carried. <br />'The opehinggof bids for, Dayton street Sewer outfall. was set for .March 25. <br />Therbibeing no further businesa the meeting adjourned. <br />yor <br />March 18, 1947- <br />The Council met in.regu6--.r session with Mayor Fourtner presiding the roll call <br />showed all councilmen present. <br />Hugh Beeson, representing varioggproperty owners in the vicinity of Fourth <br />and main, requested.that the four corners at the intersection be out back <br />or rounded off and stated thatthe-property owners are prepared to bear the <br />'entire cost of the project except that the City stand the Engineering cost <br />and the Puget Sound Power & bight Co P°move its. polese k motion was made by <br />Councilman Siefert and seconded by Tucker that this be referred to the City <br />Engineer for estimates of cost, plans, eta, on a. basis of doing the work <br />by contract as compared by doing it with the City Street Dept. force. Motion <br />carried. <br />A.motion-was made by Councilman Maxwell and seconded byMoginness that the <br />Clerk request the .P. S. Power & Light Co., to mov�e its pole at Fourth and <br />Main St. to a location as designated by the City Engineer. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman MoGinnessand seconded by Waggoner that the <br />Power- Co.!e pole at Fifth & Main streets in front of Hubbard Insurance office <br />be moved by the: Power Co. to a location designated by the, City Engineer. <br />Motion carried. <br />G.,Mason-Rall and others, representing various citizens spoke on the. desire - <br />bility of the City taking some action to olean up the bathing beach in order <br />to have. it in readiness for use by the time the City has completed improve <br />ments to the sewer outfall. This.to include the property now in use by the <br />Pointer-Williamette Co.., A'motion was made by Councilman MoGinness th�it the <br />0lerkarr3t2fy all persons now occupying or using portion of the waterway <br />property under the jurisdiction of the City by authority from the State of <br />Washington, in the vicinity of the foot of Dayton Street, to remove all <br />personal property therefrom and vadate the premises within sixth days. The <br />,motion was amended by Councilman McGibbon that the City Engineer ascertain <br />the limits or boundaries of such property. Motion was seconded by Council- <br />man Maxwell. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tucker to exclude from the previous motion <br />all property, the occupancy of which has been authorized by the City <br />Council. No. second. <br />The matter of renewal of lease at the. foot of Main street to the Ferry Co., <br />came up for discussion. No definit aotion was taken other than the Attorney <br />was to press the Ferry Co. for -action. <br />Resolution of Intention No. 118 was read for the improvement of Front Street <br />`from Bell Street to the alley South. of Main street and for the improvement <br />of Main Street, from the center line of Second Street westerly to the Dreat <br />Northern Railway COs right of way by the construction of an eight inch <br />sanitary sewer, Councilman Waggoner moved that Resolution of Intention No. <br />118 bel adopted., with a second by MoGinnes's. Motion carried. <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />I. <br />1 <br />