19561107 City Council Minutes
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19561107 City Council Minutes
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City. A number of property owners were present at the meeting. Engineer Reid <br />explained where the sewer would be laid and the estimar�s Q 3.50 per front <br />foot. The Council feeling that enough property owne ^prese a hearing was <br />.extended to our next council meeting. <br />°A deed was received from Boyd Birge for 72 feet of property for an alley., <br />A letter was read from Walter Bogdan stating they were in favor-of.a sign board <br />ordinance. . <br />A letter was`read from Mr. Nace in regards to Eighth Avenue North,'which -was turned <br />over to the chairman of the -planning commission, Sproule McGinness. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Cloud and seconded by Councilman Talen that the <br />ammendment to the City Code, chapter 8 article 2 section 8-2.02 signs and billboards <br />be passed. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Shaw came before the council in regards to a drainage problen on C and Fir <br />street, stating the water drains onto his property. This was referred to the <br />street committee for a report at our next meeting. <br />came before the Cpuncill he <br />Bud Palmer, ° comma�dnrZX the Legion Post, �stalti�; the Legion o fers aril service <br />for the betterment of our community. <br />Sproule McGinness•came before the (Council asking for approximately 1501of water <br />line to be laid on.'EighthsAirenuetNonth of Edghhdsq.yStreet. A motion vas made by <br />Councilman Talen and seconded by Councilman Steed that the water Dept. install <br />appros. 150 feet of four inch pipe, and one hydrant. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Kincaid that <br />Engineer Reid be authorited to get in"touch with the contractor to speed up the <br />work on'L. I. D. #77. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by counctilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Bishop that a <br />variance of*one foot be give'the Christian Science Church for their building on <br />Bell street. Motion carried. <br />A motion was madebbeyaa id loran Bishop and seconded by Cou.99,ilnylr��Kinc that <br />Mr. L. R. Peterson a variance of a roof-�oirer=han �of•:12fee•, with tie main building <br />five f6et from the property line. Motion carried. <br />The City.Treasurer Steve Seversen read his report to the Council. <br />There being no further busine s the meeting adjourned. <br />1 <br />2 <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />/vember 7, 1956 <br />The Council met for its regular session Wednesday night, the Mayor deblaring no <br />meeting will be held Tuesday night because of the General Election. The following Councilmen <br />were present Tuson, Talen, Kincaid, Cloud, Bishop, Steed and Sommerseth. <br />.The Water Collectors report was read6to the Council <br />A letter was read from George S. Clouse with a bill from George Matuska for two <br />hot water tank elements, for $56.65, which he claims were burned out from the water <br />being shut off, when the street work was being done. This was turned over to <br />Attorney for answering. I . <br />A.letter was read from Sterlin# Miller asking that the street grade be established <br />.on Edmonds street west of Ninth -avenue so that he may have access to his property. <br />This was referred to the Street committee for consideration. <br />A'Je'tter.was read from Mrs. Lela Fry, who resides at 502 Hebe Way, asking for per- <br />mission to have a houbbetrailer on her property, to house a relative of hers. <br />A letter was read from Pantorium Laundry in regards to replacing the sidewalk, curb <br />and gutter 6n Main street, in front of their place of business. Attorney Holte is <br />to answer the letter. <br />This was the night set for the second hearing on the sewer for the north end district. <br />A number of the property owners were present. After some explanation by Engineer <br />,Middleton, Mayor Maxwell and Attorney Holte a motion was made by Councilman Tuson and <br />seconded by Councilman Kincaid that Attorney Holte :draw up a resolution of Intention, <br />setting up a Local Improvement District. Motion carried. <br />A letter was .read by Mayor Maxwell from the Snohomish County Fire Protection District <br />#13, acknawlbdging the service given them, with an enclosed voucher for $200, the <br />„balance due us for 1956. Also they would like to continue with our agreement *Afi. . <br />/for 1957. -k m6tion was'made by councilman Kincaid and seconded by <br />councilman TusoW,&t t'tlieir'contract be renewed for next year.- Motion carried. <br />Mayor Maxwell made the appointment of William F. Herbert for Building Inspector. <br />
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