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,.The Clerk was asked to notify Mr. May that until the storm sewer is established L: <br />there is nothing'the City can do in regards to their drainage problem. <br />There being o further bus s the meeting adjourned: !´┐Ży <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />May 3, 1955 <br />The.Council met for its regular session with Mayor'McGibbon presiding. The roll <br />call , show ed the following councilmen present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Maxwell', McGinness <br />and Cloud. <br />The wateroollectors report wqs read to the. Council <br />A fetter'was read from Don Phillips, asking for permission to break down the curb as <br />he plans to make a driveway to his garage. This was turned over to the street com- <br />mittee. <br />A letter was read from the Library Board in regards to repairs of the building also <br />the heating of the library. <br />An.agreement drawn up by the Fire District No. 1 was read to the Council and turned .over <br />to Attorney Holte for a report back to the Council at our next meeting. <br />The'Clerk 3feported a report has been received from the Tax Commission, From this report <br />it states the City of Edmonds owes the tax commission $1,526.40. <br />One bid was received for a police car, from Hopper Chevrolet Co.,$2280.37 less trade-in <br />1952'Chevrolet Sedan 881.37, making $1,399.00 plus sales tax. A motion was made by <br />Councilman Maxwell -and seconded by councilman Kincaid that we accept the bid from <br />Hopper Chevrolet Co., Motion carried. . <br />A motion was madeby Councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman McGinness that <br />Ordinance #662; fixing the rate of interest on L.- I. D. #74., at 4J % be passed. <br />P.'fRtion carried. <br />Engineer Reid Stated he will contact the property owners from Fifth Avenue to Six and t <br />half street South of Homeland Drive in regards to a 30 foot strip of property for a roadway. <br />A motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Kincaid that in event <br />the City is presented with 30 feet of property for a right -of way, the city will accept it. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Talen that progress <br />payment No. 1, in the amount of $9734X7 be paid to Harold Kaeser, for the -Intercepter <br />Sewer, which is 95% of the payment due minus 15%, withheld for 30 days. to Lion carried. <br />A mo-tion'was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Tuson that the Mayor <br />notify P. U. D., in regards to installing the new lights, upon recommendation from <br />the Safety committee, everything west of Sixth Avenue be given first priority. Motion <br />Carried. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Kincaid that the <br />bills which were approved by the auditing committee be allowed and warrants bedrawn <br />on , the proper funds, notion carried. <br />Councilman McGinness showed the council a new type of street signs. <br />There being no. further bus' ess the meeting adjourned. <br />city. Clerk Mayor <br />May 17, 1955 <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor McGibbon presiding. The Roll <br />calls howdd the following councilmen present'Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Maxwell, Bishop <br />and Cloud. <br />A petition for the improvement on Sprague Street from Eighth to Ninth Avenue was <br />turned over to Attorney Holte for checking. A motion was made by Councilman Maxwell <br />and seconded by councilman Kincaid that a resolution of Intention be dra= up, to set <br />up a Local Improvement District.- Motion carried. <br />A -letter was read to the Council in which the property owners ask for the vacation <br />of Hemlock street .from Eighth to Ninth Avenue; subject'to retention of a 10 foot <br />wide easement for utility purposes, was referred to the street Committee. <br />