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Also -the request of Mr.`Hubbard that the north road at the oity park be <br />made a public street .was referred t o , the park and .street 6QPMttteetby a <br />motion made by councilman Clausen and seconded by councilman Tucker. Motion <br />carried. <br />0. P. Hovde.asked for permission to use 12 feet of the street at second and <br />Bell for three months as a place to store materials while building. A,motion <br />was made by councilman Seifert -and seconded •by councilman Waggoner that he <br />be allowed the use of the street and he must be responsible for any damage <br />done to the street, and hutting but lighta-1atcmighta for protection. Motion <br />carried. <br />Morse <br />Burdett came before.the council in regards to the power lines being so low.. <br />making �lt interferrwith the moving of buildings. This -was referred to the <br />street and safety committee to QSIW k the ordinance in regards to the moving <br />of buildings and the requirements for the heighth of the wires. <br />A -motion was made by councilman McGibbon and aeconded-b y councilman Clausen <br />that a fire hydrant be installed at North ninth for fire protection. Lotion <br />carried. <br />A -motion was made by councilman McGibbon and seconded by council Tucker <br />that the water department proceed with the laying of the water pipe on forth <br />Ninth. Motion oarried <br />City Treasurer Mr. Womer recommended using the money left over from the Dayton <br />Street Sewer for the seal-ooating of streets. A,motion was made by council <br />man Waggoner and seoon ded by councilman McGinness that this money be used <br />if the state approves the action. Motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />y Maer ayor <br />October 4, 1948 <br />The Council met for the special session for the Final Budget. After several <br />hours spent in adjusting and cutting the preliminary budget a motion was <br />made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Clausen that the <br />Budget Ordinance No. 585 be adopted. Motion carried. <br />October 5, 1948 <br />The Council met for the regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. <br />The roll call showed all councilmen present. The water collector and treas- <br />urers reports were read. A motion was made by councilman Siefert and sec- <br />onddd by councilman McGibbon that the bills which were approved by the fin- <br />anee committee be allowed and warrants drawn on the proper funds. Motion <br />carried. <br />A petition, with the signatures of ten property owners on Fourth Avenue So, <br />protesting a pole yard and transformer station in the vicinity of 4th ave. <br />and Alder street, to be used by the Puget Sound Poorer & Light Co., A <br />.motion was made by.councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Waggoner <br />that this be ref erred'A t-0' tt4i'e 'btreet, committee. A roll call vote showed. <br />1.McGibbon yes, Waggoner yes, Tueket­ es, McGinness no, Siefert no, Clausen, <br />yes and Maxwell no. <br />A motion was made by councilman Waggoner and councilman McGibbon <br />that the Clerk write the Puget Sound Power & light Uo., that the council <br />would like to be advised when they are starting to make installation of <br />the lights ordered a year ago. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Brandt asked to have the approach to the alley paved. A motion was <br />made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Tucker that he be <br />given permission to do this, and the City pay the cost of same, under the <br />supervision of the street Supt. and street committee. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Sleater, from the Hughes Memorial Church, came before the council about <br />the drainage in the alley. A motion was made by councilman McGinness and <br />seconded by councilman McGibbon that this be referred to the street committ- <br />ee. Motion carried. <br />Councilman McGinness, Chairman of the street committee reported that if a <br />street should be opened along the north boundary of the city park, an equal <br />amount of property should be deeded for the street by the adjoining property <br />to make a 604L-*oot street. <br />Mayor Fourtner reported that the sidewalk on Dayton street by the school <br />property has about two feet of dirt on it from the ehildDen playing on the <br />grounds, causing the dirt to go on the sideway. The clerk was asked to <br />notify the school board that the City expects the school to keep the side- <br />walks clean and the paving across Dayton should be repairdd, by a motion <br />made by Councilman MoGibb.on.and seconded by councilman McGinngss, Motion <br />carried. <br />