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The street grade for road access to the Boat houses North of Main street was submitted <br />to the Council.' <br />This meeting recessed until Tuesday night June 11. <br />June 11, 1957 <br />The Council met for its second recessed meeting with Mayor Maxwell presiding, with <br />the following councilmen present Tuson Sorensen, Cloud, Steed and Purton present. <br />Answering the problem for a larger water maincon Seamont Lane, which was turned over <br />to Fire Chief Astell and Engineer Reid for checking. A motion was made by Councilman <br />Tuson and seconded by Councilman Cloud, that we accept the rec ommendation of the Fire <br />between 5th <br />Chief- a hydrant be placed on Pine Street west of 6th avenue and one placed <br />and 6z street on Hemlock way. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Steed that a two inch <br />be installed on Seamont Lane, subject to the attorney checking for the easement, and <br />main <br />after the people have paid for the water meterfees. Motion carried. <br />Second avenue North came up for discussion. After some discussion a motion was made by <br />Councilman Tuson and seconde d by -Councilman Sorensen that the City acquire a five foot <br />right of way on the east side of Second Avenue North, from Edmonds Street to the property <br />owned by Mrs. McFarland, in exchange for the City paying for putting in the sidewalks, <br />and providing the property on the west side dedicat&ng five feet of property and paying <br />for their°sidewalks. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman -Steed that the <br />warrants and bonds, for L. I. D. #79, be sold to Terry Thompson, to bear 5% interest. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Steed that the contract <br />for the Sunset'Lift Station be awarded to the second lowest bidder Mr. Beauchamp, amount <br />of the bid $21,000.00 subject to the approval of the Public Health Service and the <br />Pollution Control Commission. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Steed that Chapter 7 <br />Article 22 Section 7-2.02A, chafing the connection fee for sewers from $200 to $300. <br />Motion carried. //`` <br />Engineer Read recommended holdin Pthe action of awarding the bid for paving in the <br />Cassell addition. <br />There being no further bus' ess the meeting adjourned. <br />r <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />June 18, 1957 <br />The Council ifiet for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Cloud and Purton. <br />The Treasurers report was read to the Council. <br />An estimated cost of $3500 was given to the Council, for the storm sewer between <br />Main -and Dayton street on Fifth avenue, and recommended by Engineer Reid to take <br />the sewer 60 feet East in the alley. <br />The Council proceeded to review the Ordinance and Franchise -ofth the Washington <br />Natural Gas. <br />The meeting recessed until June 25. <br />June 25, 1957 <br />The Council met for its recessed meeting, with Mayor maxwell presiding, with the <br />following councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Cloud, Kincaid and Purton present. <br />A letterlYom Angus Kennedy, 1110 J�h avenue, asking for permission to have <br />trailers on his peoperty, was turned over to Attorney Holte for checking with <br />our Ordinance. <br />The Council met with two representatives from the Wash. Natural Gas Co., Mr. Gaw <br />and Swartz, to discuss the gas ordinance. <br />Mayor Maxwell appointed Fire Chief Astell, Attorney Holte, Councilman Tuson and Cloud, <br />as a committee to work out section #8 of the ordinance. <br />After making a number of changes the ordinance was turned over to attorney Holte <br />for re writing. <br />There.being no further busin s the meeting adjourned. <br />q,, <br />t t <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />