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L <br />Tuesday September 10, 1957 <br />The Council met for its recessed meeting with Mayor Maxwell presiding, with <br />the following Councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Kincaid, Cloud and Purton. <br />Four bids were received for the lavatory rooms to be built at the City Park. <br />They are as follows: Metropolitan Construction Co., $2630.00 <br />LinUbrook Construction Co., 3163.00 <br />Luschen Brothers 2237.Q0 <br />Gene ral Industries 2245.00 <br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen and seconded by Councilman Tuson that <br />the bid from Luschen Bros., be awarded. Motion carried. <br />A letter was received from the Sliest Coast Telephone Compphy in regards to extending <br />a cable line at 84th West and,)owdoin Way. This was referred to Supervisor Don <br />Lawson. <br />A petition signed by the property owners on Tenth Avenue from Bell to Edmonds <br />Streetwas turned over to Attorney Holte. <br />Permission was allowed the Lions glob to use the Ball Field at the City Park, <br />for a circus, September 23, by a motion made by Councilman Tuson and seconded <br />by Councilman Cloud. Motion carried. <br />A letter was read from L. T. Irvine, asking for permission to have a trailer <br />Court on his property. -This w$s turned over to the Planning Commission for re- <br />(zoning)of his property. <br />A motion was made byaCouncilman Cloud and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the <br />bills from Venne Beauchamp, for estimate #4, in the amount of $36,837.21, Sewer <br />Disposal Plant, and estimate #1 $3838.68, for the Sunset Lift Station, be paid. <br />Motion carried. <br />The Mayor and City Council proceeded to make up.the Preliminary Budget for 1958. <br />The General Goverment expenditures total $29,767.50 <br />Protection to Person and Property 34,950.00 <br />City Hall 3,786.90 <br />Fire Department 12,070.00 <br />Health & Sanitation 290.00 <br />Park Department 12,595.00 <br />Building Department 2.9050.00 <br />Library Department 7 975.00 <br />Total Current Expense Expenditures !103,464-40 <br />Street Dept. Expenditures 59 375.00 <br />Street Dept.. Receipts , .0 <br />To be raised by 9.38 mills 33 169.00 — <br />90.00 <br />Current Expense Receipts 700123.00 <br />To be raised by 9.42 mills 33 392.00 <br />03, 15.00 <br />General Sewer Fund, to be raised by .177 mills 626.00 <br />Gener-Al Obligation Fund, to be raised by .34 mills 1203.00 <br />Tax Levy mills <br />Current Expense--------------9.42 33,392.00 <br />Street Fund------- - - - - - -9.38 332169.00 <br />General Sewer Fund- - - - -.- - - .177 626.00 <br />General Obligation, City Hall- - -.34 11203,00 <br />19.317 090.00 <br />Fire Truck Special Levy 1 mill 3,538.00 <br />Water Department Expenditures $119,030.00 <br />Water Department Receipts l09sO3O.00 <br />The Council h ving completed a prelims <br />City Clerk <br />The Council met for its regular session with Mayor Maxwell presiding. The roll call <br />shwoed the following Councilmen present Tuson, Sorensen, Cloud, Kincaid and Purton. <br />The Treasurerls report was read to the Council and filed. <br />A letter was read from Mr. Rolvert Dority, 233 Third Avenue, requesting permission to <br />install curbs and driveway approaches, to his property (150 feet), also that the Engineer- <br />ing Dept. establksh the grade and location, at no cost to him. A motion was made by <br />Councilman Kincaid and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that he be allowed to make this <br />installation under the supervision of the City Supervisor and the Engineer is to give <br />Mr. Dority the grade. Motion carried, <br />A letter was read from Mr. M. H. Lee, residing at 137 Sunset Avenue, asking for per- <br />mission to put Cedar Siding on the North and South sides of his dwelling. A motion was <br />made by Councilman Tuson and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that he be allowed this <br />