A-motiori,was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by Councilman Tuson that
<br />an exception to. the building code be made to'allow Mr. Larsen, to put shingles
<br />on the addition to his house, to conform with the rest of the building. Motion
<br />The Engineer was asked to check on the feasibility of a 60 foot street from Alder
<br />street to Walnut street, at his earliest possible date.
<br />Three bids were received for' six inch Cast Iron pipe, one'from United States Pipe
<br />and Foundry at'a price of $1.77 per foot, F. 0. B.-Seattle,, with delivery within
<br />30 to 40 days, a bid from Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe, for $1.795 per foot,
<br />with delivery within 30 days, and a bid from Pacific Water Works Supply for $1.88
<br />f:o.bQ Edmonds, with 30 days for delivery. A motion was made by councilman Tuson
<br />and seconded by councilman Maxwell +hat w e accept the bid from United States Pipe
<br />and Foundry. Motion carried.
<br />Attorney Holte reported that the Fire Chief "tell and he are not in favor in entering
<br />into an agreement with Fire District No. 11 as' we are available if they need us. A
<br />motion was made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Maxwell that Mayor
<br />McGibbon write to the Fire District on this decission. M tion carried.
<br />Councilman Tuson made a report to the Council on the repairing of the building and
<br />changing of the heating system.
<br />Mayor McGibbon named his committee for the next year, Water committee, Tuson Chairman,
<br />Talen and'Cloud. Street Committee Maxwell, Chairman, Bishop and Sommerseth. Safety
<br />Committee,` Talen, Chairman., -Maxwell and Cloud. Park Committee Kincaid, Sommerseth, and
<br />Lawson. ..Auditing Committee, Tuson, Maxwell, and T len. Finance Severson, Mayor McGibbon
<br />and Bishop.' Administative' and Accounting, Severson, Kincaid and Mayor McGibbon.
<br />Building and Maintenance, Tuson, Maxwell and Sommerseth.
<br />A motion was made by c ouncilaman Tuson and seconded by councilman Maxwell that Attorney
<br />Holte write a letter of appreciation to Councilman McGinness, who is leaving the
<br />office of Councilman at large. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was,made by councilman Maxwell and seconded b y councilman Talen that we accept
<br />the street grade of Daley streetfrom ninth to Eleventh avenue. Motion carried.
<br />The street grade'of Eighth Avenue from Dayton street to Maple street was referred to the str
<br />street committee.
<br />° A, motion was made by councilman Maxwell and seconded by councilman Tuson that we accept
<br />.the sewer along Sunset avenue as substantially complete. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made byeouncilman Maxwell land seconded by oouncilmari Tuson that the
<br />sprinkling rates be the same as last year at.150 over the mini -mum charge. Motion carried.
<br />There bein�ffiurther'ness, thermeeting adjourned.
<br />ity Clerk Mayo=pro tem
<br />June 7, 1955
<br />The -,Council met for its regular session w ith :Councilman Maxwell serving as Mayor
<br />pro-tem. The roll call showed the following councilmen present after the new
<br />councilmen signed their oath of offices,,Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Cloud, Maxwell
<br />and Sommerseth.
<br />The water collectors and Treasurer reports were read to the council.
<br />Mr. Usher, Trafton and Mrs. Schneider came before the council in regards to the
<br />water that comes in their buildings, when we have a flash rain. This was turned over
<br />to the water Committee and Engineer for investigation.
<br />Mr. Camandona, operator of the Suburban Septic Tank Service, Came before the Council
<br />and asked for permission to use our sewer for emptying their trucks. A motion was
<br />made by councilman Tuson and seconded by councilman'Kincaid that the City issue no
<br />more permits to dump in our sewers. Motion carried.
<br />Attorney Hall reported to the Council, that because of over -payment to the state
<br />on taxes in the amotnt of V6I-s �(eI_rtert%mr eA,� •0ofi r, 'A *
<br />we wilYngbp our aimYA . mcf�ion w ma�e byeounc an -T�'�la en IT
<br />seconded by Councilman Sommerseth that Attorney Hall be authorized to compromise
<br />on : the • tax bill. Motion carried.
<br />A m otion was made by councilman Tuson and seconded by councilman Cloud that Resolution
<br />of Commendation #22, to Sproule A. McGinness, be passed. Motion carried.