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that we would accept a plat of the property between Casper Street and Edmonds <br />Street, provided, he dedicated a 50-foot right-of-way for 2nd Avenue extended. <br />Motion carried. <br />The report on the proposed storm sewer project was referred to the Water <br />Committee for recommendation and report at the next Council meeting, and the <br />report on the City sewage treatment plant was referred to the Water Committee <br />for report and recommendation at the next Council meeting. <br />There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. <br />Respectfully submitted, <br />1 r 0. 'Hof ' erk Pro Ten Mayor <br />Spptember 7, 1954 <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor McGibbon presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Maxwell, <br />McGinness and Bishop... <br />Thw water Collectors report was read to.the Council <br />Mr. Huseby came before the Council in regards to changing the heating system <br />in the library." <br />A letter was read from the proprietors of Edmonds Tavern asking for a cabaret <br />license. A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman <br />Tuson that a cabaret license be issued to Edmonds Tavern. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Tuson that <br />the license that has been issued to Up and Up Tavern be approved. Motion carried <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by Councilman Talen that <br />interest bearing warrant #4 for 013,489.46, for contractors estimate #2, be issued <br />to Metaclf & Thompson. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by Councilman Bishop that the <br />mills which were approved by Auditing committee be allowed and warrants be drawn on the <br />proper funds. Motion carried. <br />Mayor McGibbon received a letter from the Presiddnt of the Chamber of Commerce in <br />which Atf'states the Business People are in favor of the two hour parking in the <br />down town streets if it were mnforced 'on was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded <br />¢o4hc�e <br />by councilman McGinness that we amendo hour parking 6nn Main street from <br />Sixth avenue to the Railroad, Fourth avenue from Dayton to Bell Street, Fifth Avenue <br />from Maple to Bell street, to be enforced when property posted. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded �y councilman Maxwell that <br />the McGinness proposal be referred to the planning commission. Motion carried. <br />After Mayor McGibbon read a phamplet from the Assoc. of Wash. cities in � gards to changing <br />electing dfe attorney and City Clerk in third class cities to an appointed office, <br />a motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Bishop that the <br />Mayor answer this request in the affirmative. Motion carried. <br />The Meeting recessed until Monday evening to work on the budget. <br />The Council met for its recessed nesting with Mayor McGibbon presiding with the <br />following councilmen present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Maxwell, Bishop and McGinness. <br />A motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Maxwell that the <br />proposed preliminary plat of the Morse addition be accepted. Motion ca ied. <br />The Council proceeded to make u the preliminary r ' p p p d budget. after severals�being spent <br />on it,the m ting adjourned the budget tobe c plete t it ext re ar eeting. <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />September 21, 1954 <br />The Council met for its regular session with'Mayor McGibbon presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present, Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Maxwell, Bishop, <br />and McGinness. <br />The Treasurers report was read to the Council and approved. <br />A letter was read to the council from Walt Payne in regards to the street grade <br />on Daley street between seventh and ninth avenues.This was taken care of by the <br />Engineer. <br />