A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Bishop that Resolution
<br />be passed. Motion carried.
<br />Resolution No, 23
<br />WHEREAS' on the 21st-day of June 1955, Paul McGibbon, Mayor of Edmonds passed away, and
<br />WHRZEAS., he had been the 11yyor of the City of Edmonds for six years, and prior to that
<br />time.had served as a city councilman for seven years, and
<br />Whereas, during the time so spent he had devoted a great deal of time, effort and ingenuity
<br />toward solving the problems resulting from his office, and
<br />TIHE'REAS the Mayor and the City Council of the City of Edmonds and the officers and employees
<br />of the said City, together with many of the citizens, feel that there should be a fitting
<br />memorial for the time so spent by such an interested and devoted citizen, and
<br />V:HEREAS'it was felt by the City Council, officers and employees of the City of Edmonds that
<br />a permanent record of such memorial be made,
<br />NOV'!, THEREFORE,, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that the Edmonds City Council, together with the
<br />officers, employees and citizens of Edmonds, in Paul McGibbon
<br />memory of for the fine
<br />and outstanding work which he -had done during the time that he served the City, hereby
<br />perpetuate his memory through this Resolution.
<br />IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of the
<br />Council meeting of August 2, 1955, as a permanent memorial to Paul McGibbon.
<br />IT IS FURTHER ,RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be furnished to the children of
<br />Paul McGibbon as an act of the officials of the City of Edmonds commemorating.the
<br />services which were rendered by the said Paul McGibbon,
<br />IT IT FURTHER RESOLVED that acopy of this resolution be given thethe Edmonds Tribune
<br />Review for Publication, on order that the citizens of Edmonds might be made aware of the
<br />hi;h esteem and respect which.its City Officials and Councilmen hold for the memory
<br />of the said Paul McGibbon.
<br />Dated this 2nd day.of August, 1955
<br />" Attest, Anita Busch, City Clerk Gordon Maxwell, Mayor
<br />Passed; August 2,'1955.' -
<br />Published August 4, 1955.
<br />A motion was made. by Councilman Kincaid and secondedby Councilman Bishop that the
<br />Final Plat of Homeland Drive No. 2 be accepted. Motion carried.
<br />The water Collectors report was read to the -Council.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Tuson that the
<br />bills which were approved by the auditing -committee be allowed and warrants be drawn
<br />on the proper funds. Motion carried.
<br />There being Po further busi ss the meeting adjourned.
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<br />City Clerk Mayor
<br />August 16, 1955
<br />The Council met for its regular session frith Mayor Maxwell presiding. The Roll call
<br />shored the following councilmen present Tuson, Talen; Kincaid, Cloud and Sommerseth
<br />The Treasurers report was read to the Council 1
<br />A petition was read to the Council. objecting t the proposed plan of Mr. L. F. Neil
<br />who plans to build an apartment house on his property at 230-3rd avenue.
<br />Two bids were received for the pavi of Spregue street, one from Seattle Service Co.,
<br />in the amount of 03113.00, and one om Earl L. Joplin, in the amount of $3260.00
<br />Upon recommendation from the street committee a motion was made by councilman Kincaid
<br />and seconded by councilman Sommerseth that the bid be given to Earl Joplin, because,
<br />he is a local man, and the Mayor and Clerk are authorized to sign the contract.
<br />Motion carried. -
<br />Goknc_il ";Fct
<br />As per the requestfrom Simpson & Payne for a street grade on Daley street between
<br />Eighth and Ninth avenues, the street committee recommended and a motion was made
<br />by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Talen that the Engineer be authorized
<br />to provide the street grade., wNithitunecCftl,oassisting in the amount of $50.•Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Sommerseth for the
<br />clerk.to write to Mr. Jamison and inform him that the council feels that the City has
<br />done all they can dfi B Street, and any further improvements will have' to"borne by the
<br />property owners, by forming a local improvement district. Motion carried.