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The Clerk was asked to re -publish the call for bids on the testing slab, <br />and a site for garbage dumping, by a motion made by councilman Tucker <br />and seconded by councilman MCGinness. Motion carried. <br />There oeing no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />� t <br />City U rk Mayor <br />January 18, 1949 <br />The Council met in regular 'session with Mayor McGibbon residing. The roll <br />call showed all councilman present. The Treasurers report was read. <br />Al letter was reads:from the .Puget Sound Power & Light Co. in whibh they <br />state service was installed January 12,, 1949 for the welder at the City <br />garage. , ` <br />Two bids were received for the Testing Station at the City park. One <br />bid from W. L. Jones, for $2455 and the other from Lawson & Lawson for <br />1616. plus State Sales Tax. L motion was made by Tucker and seconded by <br />Savage that the bid Zrom Lawson ,& Lawson without the extra finish be <br />accepbdd. Motion carried. <br />Mayor McGibbon suggested the Engineer draw up the contract with Lawson <br />and Lawson. d motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by <br />councilman Tucker that Max 1.1eyring be inspector on the jpb. Motion carried, <br />Councilman Maxwell reported on behalf of the safety committee, that the two <br />applications for the sole of liquor, at the Grill and Polar Bear, were <br />approved on an equal basis. A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and <br />seconded by councilman Savage be approved. Motion carried. <br />Councilman McGinness reported on the damage which could be done to the streets during <br />the time of thawing. A motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded by <br />Councilman Tucker that the Council order "'no vehicles exceeding a gross weight of <br />4000# be permitted to use the black -top streets during the period of thawing, which <br />may be ordered by the Mayor, and any expections cleareddthruough the Chief of Police., <br />Motion carried. A motion was made by councilman Tucker and sedorided by Councilman <br />Maxwell that any violation of this be classed as a misdemeanor and a penalty be charged. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Maxwell and seconded .by councilman Waggoner that the speed <br />limit from the south City limits to Walnut Street be changed from 25 miled per hour to <br />35 miles -per hour and it be so posted. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Waggoner and seconded by councilman Tucker that the Un ion <br />Oil Co., perpermitted to connect to our four inch water line along Yost Admiral Way <br />and the four inch line on Meacham Avenue which they are going to abandon, all legal <br />rights and franchise is to be turned over to the City. The Union Oil Co. is to pay for <br />the four inch meter and'line to be extended, and calve if one is necessary. Motion carried. <br />Councilman Waggoner reported the committee was working on a building and Fire Code. <br />Councilman ViblIan reported a cost of $35 to poison the rats at the garbage dump, and <br />we are.to provide a notice to the people when this is to be done. A motion was made by <br />Councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Waggoner that we employ Mr. Ludington <br />to poison the rats for $35 and a notice be put in the paper about same. Motion carried. <br />Mayor McGibbon appointed a committee Engels, Tucker & Waggoner, to protect the City for <br />sanitation as well as responsibility. A motion was made by councilman Tucker that the <br />Council authorize the use of the park for garbage dumping- No second to the motion. <br />Mr. Fourtner asked for permission to fence off the sidewalk on Fifth Avenue in front of his <br />property while constructing a building. This motion was made by ouncilman McGinness and <br />seconded by councilman Waggoner. Motion carried. <br />Police Judge Ray Doty asked for space to hold his court, with a desk and a filing cabinet. <br />There being no fubther business the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk)c Mayor <br />1 <br />1 <br />1. <br />-I <br />