19520401 City Council Minutes
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19520401 City Council Minutes
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Mr. Marshall came before the council and stated that he had completed his sewer <br />but was unable to collect the money from from the property owners for their shale <br />as was promised him. A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by council— <br />man Tucker that his be referred to: the Attorney and Street Committee, and a report <br />be, made to the Council at its next meeting. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Cooper and Steed again came before the council in regards to a larger water main <br />on Third avenue south. <br />A motion was made by councilman Miller and seconded by councilman Miller for the <br />City to purchase Iota 3, 4, 5s and 6 in block 14. Motion carried, <br />k motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Holmquist to <br />purchase an outside flag for the flagpole. Motion carried.. <br />A bid was received from Hopper Chevrolet Co., for a police car in the amounts of <br />$1847.46, 1930.30 and 2,091.49, amounts include 134.00 Federal Excise tax, also <br />a letter was read from Edmonds Motor Co. A motion was made.by councilman Maxwell <br />and seconded by councilman Vollan to accept the bid from Hopper Chevrolet Co., <br />for a DeLux four door sedan for $1,930.30 less federal exciee. tax of 126.00.1 plus <br />3� tax.less $700 turn in for,the.old car. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Maxwell that the <br />City deed the North 30 feet of the street west of the Railroad right of way to the <br />Port District,(with the•stipulation that any revenues derived from consessions be paid <br />to the City.) Motion' carried. <br />A petition was read to the council for the rezoning of lots 3 and 4 in Block J, <br />for commercial property. A motion was made by councilman Miller and seconded by <br />councilman Vollan that April 1 be set for the date of hearing on rezoning this <br />property. Motion carried. <br />A letter was read from Dr. Kenny Health Officer for the City about the condition <br />that he found at the Schuster Soap Factory, which he has ected two times. <br />Mr. Schuster being present at this meeting stated he woul� have about 60 days <br />as he is going to move his factory to North Seattle. The Council granted him <br />this time. <br />A petition was read for a sewer, on Dayton street from .7th, to ninth Street. Also A'C'. COOP <br />petition for street work on Ninth Avenue, Maple, and walnut streets were referred �`� M•� <br />G•�' <br />to the City Attorney for checking. o ��,� <br />State Ex° <br />There being no further bus' esa the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk Mayor pro tem <br />April 1. 1952 <br />The Council met for its regular session with the following councilmen present <br />Holmquist, Tucker, IvIson, Engles, Vollan and Maxwell present. A motion was made <br />by councilman Vollan and seconded by councilman Tuson that Councilman Maxwell <br />act as Mayor por tem in the absence of the Mayor for -the balanod of the Mayorts <br />term. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Vollan that the <br />bills which were approved by the.auditing committee be allowed and warrants be <br />drawn on the proper funds. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by Holmquist that <br />Donis Cafe be refunded $6 from his license on the Juke box as he has gone out of <br />business. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Holmquist and seconded by co uncilman Tuson that <br />Donald Brown be allowed to use six ffet of the sidewalk and,to barrgcade the curb so he may <br />unload his trucks while building on Fourth Avenue south of Main street. Motion carried. <br />Six bids were received for the laying of water mains, one from Joe Colluccio for $1809.00, <br />Thos. H. Kent, for $1580,Ralph R. McKay for $2458.48, Edward W. Hayes $1693.00.. <br />John M. Bruch, $2,177.00, and Davis & Ryland Contractors, $1553.80. A motion was made <br />by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Tuson to accept the bid from <br />Davis & Ryland contractors also that he must post a preformance bond and the Attorney <br />is to draw up the contract, work. is to be started with 15 days after the signing <br />of the contract and to be completed within 45 days. Motion carried.. <br />Attorney read the Ordinance by ,title for the setting up of L. I. D. # 66, for a sewer <br />on Dayton street from Seventh to Ninth Avenue. <br />This was the night set for the hearing on rezoning of lots 3 and 4 in Block J from <br />a residential zone to a commercial"zone. Therebeing no objection to the rezoning a <br />motion was made by councilman Tucker and seconded by councilman Vollan for lots 3 and <br />4 in Block J be changed from a redidential zone to a commercial zone, Motion carried. <br />
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