A letter was read ffom Earl R. Squibb, representing 3 property owners on Walnut St. who wish to connect
<br />to the Cedar St. sewer, and Council asked Engineer Reid to submit, a report as soon as possible as to the
<br />cost and feasability of the connection which would necessitate an easement across private property.
<br />It was moved by Councilman Kincaid and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the City go on record
<br />as approving the proposal of Earl L. Joplin to establish an asphalt mixing plant on property east of
<br />&.A.T.X. tank cleaning business bordering on Dayton St. Motion carried with on councilman voting no..
<br />Councilman Tuson made a motion, seconded by Councilman McGibbon that the bills be paid and warrants
<br />drawn on the proper funds to do so. Motion carried.
<br />Councilman Sorensen made a motion, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that the bid of the Metropolitan
<br />Construction Company, Everett, with the low bid of $10,294.20 for the construction of curbs and
<br />sidewalks for 3rd Ave. LID # 82 be accepted and the -mayor be authorized to enter into a contract with
<br />them. Motion carried.
<br />Councilman Kincaid made the motion, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that the Engineer negotiate
<br />with the contractors for a change -order reducing the width of sidewalks in front of the City Park
<br />property from 8 ft. to 7 ft. Iulotion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Kincaid that a contract be entered
<br />into with Bob Van Dlac for the repayment of sidewalk costs west of Sunset Ave. on the south side of
<br />Main St. at the rate of $50.00 or more per year, first payment to be made by August 1, 1958.
<br />Motion carried. ,
<br />A letter received from R. F. Poston,Assistant Regional Engineer, Dept. of Health, Education and
<br />YN'elfare ,stated that the audit had been made of the accounts and records of the Sewage Disposal Plant
<br />and that after payments previously made were deducted, andiadditional amount of 33,044-44 due
<br />the City of'Edmonds was being certified for payment by the Federal Government.
<br />A letter from the Association of Washington Cities was received, requesting Edmonds' participation
<br />in a Legislative Committee for Washington Cities.
<br />Councilman Tuson made a motion, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the City Engineer be authorized
<br />to set street grades on Alder St. and Second Ave. for water main installation in Neils' Addition.
<br />Motion carried.
<br />There was discussion of the possibility of the 3 way participation of Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, and
<br />the Ronald Sewer District for sewage disposal to be proceRsed through the Edmonds Disposal Plant.
<br />The Ronald District had a deadline to meet and requested a letter of intent from Edmonds before
<br />March 17 on whether or not the three communities planned to pursue the matter further. There
<br />followed a discussion, and the meeting recessed at 11:45 until 111ednesday, March 12 at 8:00 P.M.
<br />March 12, 1958
<br />The Council met for its recessed meeting with Mayor Maxwell presiding and all Councilman present.
<br />The request for a sewer in the alley from T..alnut St. to Cedar St. was investigated by Engineer
<br />Reid and found to be practicable. The motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman
<br />Kincaid that the Engineer be authorized to go ahead with the engineering for sewer to be installed
<br />in the alley between Cedar and y'Talnut St., and to get the necessary easement for so.doing. Also,
<br />all costs, including engineering, to be paid for by the property otimers involved. Motion carried.
<br />Mayor Maxwell reported that Mrs. Sadie Christiansen had been hired as Dispatcher.
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<br />The discussion of the proposed^ Sewer plan then be n, and motiont�was made by Councilman
<br />Purtori, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the City,�ex�o the R na d 5ewer District and to
<br />Mountlake Terrace a letter expressing the City of;Edmonds' intention to further negotiate in the
<br />proposed combined sewage plan Counci ma ,voted yes, 1 no, and the motion carried.
<br />There being no further business; the meeting adjourned. 0 Q
<br />ELECTION RETURNS of the City General Election: March 11, 1958
<br />PREC.1 PREC.2
<br />Gordon A. Maxwell
<br />214 105
<br />Royce Swanson
<br />Gus Lindberg
<br />Adda Bienz
<br />Kenny Wheeler
<br />Ray Rasmussen
<br />Bill C row
<br />Russell Goodwin
<br />Jimmy Astell
<br />John Pierce
<br />PREC.3 PREC-4 PREC.S
<br />164 94 175
<br />Total votes cast: 990 plus
<br />8 absetitee
<br />PREC.6 TOTALS
<br />157 909
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<br />1 1