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A motion'was made,by councilman Clausen.and seconded by councilman McGibbon <br />that the water committee recommended that the suet. Salary be $250 a month <br />retrotractive from March first.. Motion carried. <br />A report was made on the development of the new well. It was stated they <br />were -getting 50 gallon per minute, that about �1330 was spent at the present <br />time ~and ._it;, would cost 01500 to complete it. The -question came up if this <br />well should be completed or to dig another well. A motion was made by. <br />Councilman McGibbon and seconded 'by Councilman Tucker that the Engineer be <br />instructed to go ahead and finish this well and call,for bids on another <br />l weli .probably, at the Yost springs with an alternate b.id for a guarantee <br />well. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Maxwell and seconded by Councilman Siefert <br />that the street Supt., Salary be set for �250 a month retrotractive from <br />March first. Motion carried. <br />Two bids 'were received for a road Maintainer. One from :A. H. Cox 8c <br />for $3181, on terms for �3387, plus sales tax. Bid no. 2 from Feenaughty <br />Machinery Co., for $3750 plus sales tax. A motion was made by councilman <br />McGinness and sec,onded.by councilman Siefert that the bid from Feenaughty <br />Machinery Co, be accepted. Passed by a unaimnous vote of the council. <br />George Bacon asked for permission to use the Pointer Williamette Dock, for <br />a landing place for the ferry which he was operating between Edmonds and <br />Kingston. He stated he would be willing to repair the dock, also to let <br />Pointer Williamette have use of it. A•motion was made by Councilman <br />McGinness and seconded by,councilman Siefert.that the attorney take steps <br />to acquire the,doek, also to arrange a meeting with the State representa- <br />tive, Pointer-Williambtte and Mr. Bacon and work out some lease agreeltent,. <br />Motion carried. <br />asks <br />Mr. Johnson who resided at tenth and Maple for more water in that vicinity <br />so.they may have better fire protection. Kis was referred to the water <br />committee for investigation by Councilman McGinness. <br />Mrs. Morrissey, a representative from the Floretum Club, asked for. permission <br />to put flower containers on the streets, so that flowers made be placed in <br />them. A motion was made by councilman McGinness that the council was in <br />favor of this idea but would like a more definite plan, with a second to <br />the motion by councilman Maxwell. Motion a,ar}ried. <br />A motion was made by councilman McGibbon and seeond.ed by councilman Tucker <br />that more space, -be allowed the police department for parking of cars. <br />Motion carried. <br />Two letters were read to the council from the state Health department in <br />regards to samples of water which weretttken from the proposed bathing beach <br />area. <br />There -being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />CIty <br />Mayor <br />April 90, 1948. <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed all councilmen present. The bill.of George.Tebple for labor on <br />the water in the amount of $96.80, was approved by the finance committee, <br />and ordered paid by a motion from Councilman Siefert and seconded by council- <br />man Clausen. Motion carried. <br />A letter was read from Ira S. Harding, contradtor for the new water tank, <br />that he guarantees workmanship and materials used -in building a wate:r.,tank. <br />A petition was read to the council formthe grading.of Daley street from sev- <br />eith avenue to the city limits. This petition not being a legal petition <br />the Attorney drew up one for the signatures of the, property owners to sign. <br />Mr. Berg asked for a water line along his property at ninth avenue north. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman.Siefert <br />that this be referred to the water committee for investigation. Motion carried <br />Attorney Hunter adiveed the councilthat Lot 40and 8/15 of lot 37 in block <br />121 and lot. 1-in .b, Qr,k 122 should be sti$Qkellfrom the assessment roll as this <br />i B Je-r- Ih&61q�o �beiaei titb1rtYie tbperty,- A motion was made by councilman <br />Tacker and seconded by coaheilman McGinness that the Ordinance.approving <br />and confirming the assessment roll 'be adopted and published and that the t <br />mentioned lots be stricken from said roll. Motion carried. <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />Councilman Clausen chairman of the water committee reported the drillers <br />weregetting 95 gallon per minute from the new well. <br />