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An amended petition for annexation, changing the boundaries of the Esperance area, was received. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Sorensen, that Resolution #34, <br />Amended Petition for an Election for the Annexation of the Esperance area be passed, and the <br />accepted Petition with a certified copy of the Resolution be sent to the County Commissioners. <br />The motion carried. <br />Engineer Reid reported on the informal bids for the installation of water pipe to the edge of <br />the plat known as Glanvilla. The bid was awarded to F. M. Taylor for the sum of $396.00. <br />This was the evening set for the hearing on the preliminary assessment role for LID #85. There <br />had been no protests filed, and a motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman <br />McGibbon that Ordinance #722, for the improvement of Walnut St. from 7th to 9th with sewers and <br />a gravel street be passed. The motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Purton, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that bids for.LID #85 be <br />called for, to be opened June 24, 1958• The motion carried, <br />The motion was made by Councilman Blackbourn, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the Attorney <br />be authorized to contact the Bonding Houses regarding the bonds and warrants for LID #85. Motion <br />carried. <br />This was the evening set for the unofficial hearing on petitions for sewers on Pine St. from 13th <br />to 16th Avenues, Juniper St. adjacent to 15th Ave., and a portion along 13th and 15th Avenues. A <br />motion was made by Councilman McGibbon, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that Resolution of <br />Intention #132 be passed, setting up LID #86, with June 17, 1958 set as the evening for the <br />preliminary assessment role. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Blackbourn, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the Council <br />approve the zoning of the Hockwalt property, file #8.19 to read R4 as•recommezided by the <br />Planning Commission. Motion carried. - <br />It was moved by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that Lots 6-7-8-9 in Block <br />42, Sprague St. be set aside for public use and sold to the Park Dept. for the sum of $1.00, with <br />the Park Dept. to assume the assessments on the property under LID #77• Motion carried. <br />The motion was made by Councilman Blackbourn, seconded by Councilman Purton, requesting the <br />} Planning Commission to zone Lots 6--7-8-9, Block 42 for public use. Motion carried. <br />An offer was received to purchase the City's used street sweeper, and ai motion was made by Councilman <br />Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn that the City sell its Guttersnipe street sweeper to <br />Leonard J. Locke for the sum of $110.00. Motion carried. <br />A letter protesting a petition from Mr. Neilson for a trailer court was referred to Attorney Holte <br />for acknowledgment. <br />A request from the State Dept. of Health that the City set up a biochemical testing plant in <br />connection with the Disposal Plant was referred to Engineer Reid: <br />The motion was made by Councilman Blackbourn, seconded by Councilman McGibbon that the meeting be <br />"recessed until May 27 at the Edmonds Jr. High School auditorium. Motion carried, and the meeting <br />was recessed. <br />May 27, 1958 <br />The recessed meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell, and Councilmen present were: Cloud): Kincaid, <br />Blackbourn, and Sorensen. <br />Bids were opened for the furnishing of Waterworks Materials, and the bids - submitted were: <br />Armco Drainage & Metal Co. $1,598.22 (TOTALS) <br />Hallgren Company ls497.45 <br />Pacific Water Works Supply Co. 1,431.31 <br />The motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Blackbourn, that the City accept <br />the bid of the Pacific Water Works Supply Co. for furnishing the Waterworks Materials, but deleting <br />item #14 in its entirety and subtracting the $48.00 from their total of $lP431.31, making an accepted <br />total -of $1,383.31. Motion carried. <br />Bids were also opened for the installation of Water Mains and Appurtenances on loth Avenue, from Pine <br />St. to the Water Tanks. These bids were: <br />Excavators, Inc. $892.80 (TOTALS) <br />Foster & Freese 684-00 <br />F. M. Taylor 648.00 <br />Roy Allen 432.00 <br />Harry Squires 612.00 <br />Mallory & Compton, 792.00 <br />The motion was made by Councilman Kincaid, seconded by Councilman Sorensen, that the City accept the <br />low bid of oy Allen for $432.00 for laying of the water mains on loth Avenue. Motion carried. <br />This was the evening set for.an informal preliminary hearing on possible sewer LID in the drainage basin <br />NVJ;from Olympic and Glen, and extending it to the North City Limits, if the property owners involved were <br />in favor of it. The majority desiring sewers seemed to be in the general vicinity of Glen St. from 9th to <br />Olympic, and there was enough opposition to the boundaries of an LID so that the {Council tabled the matter for <br />further consideration. <br />A Petition received for improvement of 62 St. was•regerred to the Street Committee for study and a report <br />at the next council meeting. <br />