A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Simpson that the Al G. Kelly & Miller Bros. Circus
<br />be authorized to use the City Park for two performances July 25,.1958, with no fee charged for the use
<br />of the Park, but a deposit of $150. to be made to insure proper cleanup of the premises after use.
<br />Also, the City Attorney Oust be supplied with evidence of complete liability and property damage
<br />insurance carried by the Circus. Motion carried.
<br />Councilman Kincaid, chairman of the street committee, suggested that the State Highway Dept. be asked
<br />to improve those streets inside the City which are part of the State Highway system.
<br />There was no further business, and the meeting adjourned.
<br />City Clerk or
<br />July 15, 1958
<br />Regular meeting'was called to order by Mayor Maxwell. Councilmen present were: Lambe, Tuson,
<br />Christensen, Sorensen, and Kincaid.
<br />The Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.
<br />This evening was set for the,Hearing on the Emergency Ordinance #724. A motion was made by Council-
<br />man Tuson, seconded by Councilman Kincaid that Emergency Ordinance #724, providing for the payment
<br />of the sum of $1200.00 to the Snohomish County Humane Society as the share of the City of Edmonds
<br />of thelcost of -administering Dog Licensing and Control, be passed. A roll -call vote showed all
<br />five councilmen present in favor and the motion carried.
<br />It was reported by Mr. Lawson that Sprinkling Restrictions were being put on in the City until
<br />September 30, with houses with even numbers sprinkling on even numbered days, and houses with odd
<br />numbers sprinkling on odd numbered days.
<br />The informal hearing on improving the four Alleys in the Business District resulted in the matter
<br />taken under advisement until a more complete feeling of the property owners involved can be determined.
<br />Mrs. Boudreau requested the Council to have the City extend its water main on Daley St. to serve her
<br />property, as this had been heretofore promised to be done at City expense. The Mayor and Council
<br />a agreed that this had been promised and would be done.
<br />A letter from Howard Anderson, requesting permission to drive over lZth Ave. from the W. end of Glen
<br />Street 151t north to the corner of his property in order to deliver material for a house which he is
<br />building, was referred to City Supervisor Lawson to answer.
<br />Regarding the purchase g.,the Dent property, a motion was made by Councilman Kincaid, seconded by
<br />Councilman Christense „the voucher for the Dent property on Maplewood Hill for the amount of
<br />$2,037.05 as the down payment, including the pro -rated share of taxes.,and recording of the contract,
<br />be paid as appry ved by the Auditing Committee. Motion carried.
<br />Attorney Holte was requested to prepare an amendment to the City Ordinance involving Dog Control,
<br />incorporating the ideas set forth in the County Ordinance.
<br />In --regard to the Mountlake Terrace, Ronald District, and Edmonds Sewer plan known as "Little Metro":
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Tuson, that the Mayor and Council
<br />of Edmonds send a Letter of Intent to Mountlake Terrace indicating Edmonds' proposal to go•through
<br />with the sewer plan even without the participation of the Ronald District if satisfactory arrange-
<br />ments between Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace can be made. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, aeaaa&d by GEamBiBEM TM=1 seconded by Councilman Kincaid
<br />that the City purchase the R. Willis property, legal description as follows: The West 20 ft. of
<br />Lot 33, all of Lots 34 through 38, and all of lots 39 and 40, Block 42, City of Edmonds. The pur-
<br />chase of these lots to be made for public purposes at the cost of $200.00 plus $89.08 taxes. Motion
<br />There was no further business and the meeting was: -recessed to July 22, 1958.
<br />July 22, 1958
<br />Recessed meeting was -called--to--order--by-••Mayor-•Maxwell. -Roll-call showed--ail-coupe-ilmenrresent: �. � ... . x. lti.a,/v1'
<br />After explaining that the City Clerk was called away, there being an emergency in her family, the
<br />Mayor asked the appointment of Sadie Christiansen as Assistant City Clerk.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Simpson that the Mayor's appointment
<br />of Sadie Christiansen ds assistant City Clerk in the emergency absence of Irene Varney, City Clerk,
<br />be confirmed. Motion carried.
<br />This meeting was held for the primary purpose of hearing Preliminary Assessment Rolls L.I.D. #87,
<br />LID # 88, and LID #89, and the'open&ng of bids on same. ,
<br />The hearing was opened on LID #87 and no written protests were on file in the record, nor did anyone
<br />in the audience makbeprotest. .
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, sedonded by Councilman Christensen that Ordinance 726 be
<br />passed, setting up LID #87, for asphaltic paving and curbs on 62 St. from Pine to j�aihHt,% Motiom carried.