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A, motion .was made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Talen that the <br />letter as submitted by Mayor r�rnrell �at we ' pay Mountlake Terrace $40 per month, <br />-for police service, by radio.`b'o0.tio lAarr <br />ied. <br />A motion was made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by Councilman Bishop that the <br />bills as approved by the auditing committee be allowed and warrants be drawn on the <br />proper funds. Motion carried. <br />`Where bein no further bus' tress the meeting <br />City c er <br />adjourned. <br />iMayor <br />Aptil 17, 1956 <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. The roll call <br />showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Cloud, Bishop, Sommerseth <br />and Steed. <br />The Treasurers report was read to the Council. <br />A letter was read from Mrs. Ross Wickersham, protesting the opening up of Ninth Avenue <br />North. Mayor Maxwell said he would answer the letter. <br />Mr. Platt came before the council asking to have the alley between maple and Alder <br />street west of Ninth opened up. This was referred to the street committee for investigatica <br />Several residents who reside on S venth avenue North came before the council in regards <br />to an improvement of the street.After some discussion a motion was made by Councilman <br />Kincaid and seconded by councilman Sommerseth that May 1, be set for a hearing on the <br />improveent, and the Engineer bring in an estimate of the cost for curb and blacktop <br />of the street from Bell to Casper street, Daley and Sprague street from ninth to Olympic <br />avenue, and Casper street. Also the Attorney to prepare the Resolution of Intention. <br />Motion carried. <br />Mr. Thomas asked if seventh avenue could be oiled,by the city this year. A motion was <br />made -by councilman Kincaid and seconded by councilman Talen th*t the request for <br />oiling -seventh avenue at the city expense be denied. Motion carried <br />Bud Little came before the council, stating that he had moved $ one of his small buildings <br />and connected it to his other building, which is sided with Johns Mansville shakes, he <br />asked for a code variance wheeeby he would not have to cover the attached building with <br />the same type of shakes. A motion was made by councilman Tuson and seconded by councilman <br />Talen that Bud Little be granted the variance. motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Bishop and seconded by Councilman Sommerseth that Attorney <br />Holte do the necessary, work to negotiate for a right-of-way on tenth avenue from Daley <br />street to the north city limits. Motion carried. <br />Mayor Maxwell reported that he asked for the installation of a street light north of the <br />fire station. <br />'There bein no further bus' tress the meeting adjourn /11111L/1- J_8,7­� <br />// <br />City Cle rk MaLyor <br />, 1956 <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell -presiding. The roll call <br />showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Cloud, Bishop] sommerseth, <br />and Steed. <br />A petition for the improving of the alley between Main'and Bell street and between <br />Sunset Avenue and second avenue, was read to the council. A motion was made by <br />Councilman Tuson and seconded by councilman Steed that Attorney .Holte check the <br />names on the petition and a resolution of intantion be drawn up for the next Council <br />meeting. Motion carried. <br />A claim for damages done to the Union Oil Truck at the corner of Third and 1ialnut <br />street in the amount of p4000, also stating this was caused from negligence on the <br />part of the city in maintaing the water line, which caused the street to wash -out, <br />was, referred to Attorney Holte. <br />Nine bids were received for material and installation of water line and hydrant in the <br />Thomas Plat to Edmonds, W. S. Taylor lots A and B 01% 098.80, Thorborn,& Logozo lots A <br />and B $16,987.50, Joe Colluccio lots A and B $22,724.00, John Patricelli $24,988.00, <br />Frank Colluccio lots A and B, $179,700.40, Harold Kaeser, lots A and B, $19,517.70,. <br />Harold E. Olds lots A and B, $1-6,727.98, Lario Libri lots a and B, $$20,659,00 and <br />Superior Construction Co., lots A and B, $18,355.30. <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />r0 <br />