19570319 City Council Minutes
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19570319 City Council Minutes
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A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Cloud that the <br />Mayor be authorized to sign the supplimental agreement with lh'ashington Asphalt Co., <br />subject to final checking by Attorney Holte. Motion carried. ° <br />A motion was made byhCouncilman Tuson and oReEonledDby uncilman Cloud that <br />Washington Asphalt be paid all of the balance except ��00.00, subject to eigninL7 <br />the agreement. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Kincaid and seconded br o ei o ensen/ tha� <br />interest bearing warrant #7,° in the amount of $6�� / c on ca rie <br />There bein no further bu 'ness the meeting adjourned. <br />Ci y Clerk Mayor <br />March 5, 1957 <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. The roll call <br />showed the following Councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Kincaid, Cloud, and Steed <br />Thomas Purton was sworn in as Councilman for Third Ward, until the next City election. <br />The JVater Collectors report was read to the Council, for the month of February <br />A motion vas made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the bills <br />as approved by the auditing committee be allowed and warrants be drawn on the proper <br />funds. Motion carried. <br />This was the night set for a hearing on the North end sewer L. I. D. #79. The Cit* Hall <br />was filled with people interested about the sewer. One written protest was received from <br />Frank D. King, 828 Cary Road. Mayor Maxwell,eAt_torney. Holte and Engineer explained the <br />fundamentals of the L. I. D.and answered questions from the property owners. Attorney <br />Holte recommended and a motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman <br />Sorensen that the passing of.the Ordinance be held up until the next council meeting. <br />Motion carried. <br />This was also the night set for a hearing on a sewer in the Munger Additon #5. A:.mo.tion <br />.,;as made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Cloud that Ordinance No 692, <br />setting up L. I. D. No 80 be passed. Motion carried. ° <br />A motion was made by Councilman Kincaid and seconded by Councilman Tuson that the agree- <br />ment With Mountlake Terrace for fire protection, be signed by Mayor Maxwell. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Kincaid and seconded by Councilman Steed that the amendment <br />`to our City Code Chapter 9 article 1, section 9-1.07, house trailers,: be accepted. Motion <br />carried. <br />Engineer Reid stated to had talked to Mr. Saxton in Olympia in regards to the grant for our <br />Sewer Disposal Plant. A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman <br />Steed if Engineer Reid gets a favorable report,nMayor maxwell be authorized to call for <br />bids for the sewer disposal plant. TB ids.-tocb:e-:bpened April 16. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Kincaid that the Planning <br />Commission be authorized to spend up to $750for Engineering. Motion carried. <br />Sproule McGinness requested that he be replaced on the Civil Service Commission. <br />A hearing for the annexation of of property east of llth avenue and South of the present <br />City limits was set for March 19th. <br />There being o further busi ess the meeting adj fined. <br />City Cl,'erk Mayor <br />March 19, 1957 <br />The Council metfor its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding, The roll call <br />showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Cloud, Kincaid and Sommerseth. <br />56Vb' bids wwoe received for the laying of 600 feet of 8 inch water main on Dayton street <br />west on Third avenue The bids are as follows, Harry Squires, $564, Foster & Freese, <br />$537, F. M. TayJ9r, $570, Ace. Consttucion co., $98A, Thorburn & Logozo $910, Superior <br />Consttuction Co., $1040, Evergreen Excavators, $628. A motion was made by Councilman Tuson <br />and seconded by Councilman Sommerseth that we accept the low bid of Foster & Freese for <br />$537. Motion carried. <br />A Petition was read to the Council with the signatures of 58 property owners, residing <br />north of Casper street, protesting the North end sewer. The total amount of protests <br />were $44,752.00. After checking by City Attorney and Engineer Reid, it was found that <br />61% protested the L. I. D. Engineer Reid stated the Engineering Costs on this project <br />would amount to $1300.00. Several persons stated they were in favor of the sewer, but <br />they were not in favor of paying for the trunk sewer, which other property owners would <br />benefit by, at a latter date. Mayor Maxwell stated that the L. I. D. is'Void; <br />1 <br />I. <br />1 <br />1 <br />
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