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A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Bla ckbourn, that Resolution #35 be passed, <br />authorizing the Application for Federal Funds by the City Engineer for the Comprehensive Sewer Plans for <br />Edmonds and its environs. Motion carried. <br />There was no further business, and the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk <br />June 32 1958 <br />Meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell, and Councilmen present were: McGibbon, Tuson, Sorensen, <br />Kincaid, and Blackbourn. <br />Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. <br />Bids were opened for LID #84. They were: Rutter Construction Co. $6,160.00 <br />Curtis Construction Co. 7,243.35 <br />Metropolitan Construction Co. 6,151.50 <br />Since all bids exceeded the Engineer's estimates by more than 10%, no action was taken, and all bids and <br />certified checks were held until the -next Council meeting. <br />Judge Edward Nollmeyer from Everett was present to officiate as the newly elected officials took their <br />oath of office. They were: Mayor Gordon Maxwell, and Councilmen Don McGibbon, Roy Sorensen, William <br />Lambe, Orland Christensen, and A.G. Simpson. <br />Following the ceremony, a recess was declared and refreshments were served. <br />Meeting was recalled to order, and a motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Sorensen, <br />that Sprinkling Rates be put into effect as of the May 15 meter reading, through the Sept. 15 reading, on <br />the same basis established last year, which was 180 for every 100 Cubic Feet used over the minimum 1600. <br />Motion carried. <br />M <br />The purchase of Block G for a library site was recommended by the Planning Commission, and a Committee <br />composed of Sorensen, Chairman; Christensen, and Tuson was appointed by Mayor 1�axwell to make a study of. <br />the property and bring in a definite recommendation on its purchase at the June 17 meeting. <br />-Thts-wa-, i e-e_venizg_set for the hearing on the proposed new sewer service charges affecting all but_ <br />single dwellings. There was no oppos tion-and-a-mati= was made , econ a by Council- <br />man Kincaid that the Amen , ice ,Section of'th°e_E_d1mends-Zity c'zde be _ <br />The May boater Collection report was read. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the Amendment to Chapter IX; <br />Articles 1 and 2, adopting the 1958 Edition of the Uniform Building Code, Volume I, including the Appendix,' <br />and the National Electrical Code for 1956 as modified by the State of Washington Rules and Regulations <br />for installing electric wires and equipment dated January 15, 1954 be passed. Motion carried. <br />A Contract Agreement between the C' of Edmonds and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hillis for the installation of <br />sanitary sewer on their property Wthe sum of $700,00 to be repaid to the City at the rate of $10.00 <br />or more per month was signed. <br />The Petition for an LSD on 6�- St. was approved, and a motion was made by Councilman Kincaid, seconded by <br />Councilman Sorensen that Resolution of Intention #133 be passed, setting up LID #87, for asphaltic paving <br />and curb on 61 St. between Walnut and Pine. The motion carried, with the Hearing on the Preliminary <br />Assessment Role set for July,l, 1958. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Christensen, that the recommendation of the <br />Street Committee for the improvement of Admiral Way be accepted, with the City to pay a share of $2500.00,. <br />if the Great Northern would deed the land for the street to the City, and to transfer this°proposal to <br />the Great Northern Railroad. Motion carried. The Attorney was requested to draw up a letter to send <br />to the Great Northern Railroad to this effect. <br />Several protests were received on the request of Mr. Salamonsen to use 16th Place as a public way to enter <br />his property. The matter was referred to Attorney Holte to check to see if this is a private road, and if <br />so, to deny Mr., Salamonsen the privilege of using it.for this purpose. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Kincaid that Resolution of Intention <br />#134 be passed, setting up LID #88, for the i-6provement of Alder St. from 9th to llth with paving and <br />curb, with the Hearing on the Preliminary Assessment Role to be held July 1, 1958. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Kincaid, that the approved bills be paid, <br />and warrants drawn on the proper funds to do so. The Feenaughty Machinery Co. warrant to be held until <br />the promised warranty letter is received from the company. Motion carried. <br />City Supervisor D. C. Lawson reported that the connectionbbetween the Olympic View Water District and the <br />Thomas Addition had been completed, and -water pressure in the area is now adequate. <br />There was no further business, and the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk May r <br />1 <br />Ll <br />1 <br />Fj <br />