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A motion was made by Councilman Kincaid, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that an <br />informal hearing be set for September 16, 1958 f or.discussion on the possibility <br />of improving 4th Ave. from Pine to Howell, and Erben Drive from 3rd to 4th. Motion <br />carried. . <br />The Council decided that Sprinkling Restrictions could be rescinded, effective <br />immediately. <br />A motion was made by CouAdilman'Christensen, seconded by Councilman Tuson that the <br />bills be paid on the aprnved vouchers, and warrants drawn on the proper funds. <br />Motion carried. Council authorized issuance of Interest Bearing Warrant #5 on LID #86 in the amount <br />of $902.93 for Hale Construction on their Estimate #1. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Christensen, that <br />the Mayor be authorized to transmit a letter to the County Commissioners requesting <br />coordination of planning between the County and the City odmonds, and the services <br />of the County Planning Staff on future City Planning.Io ion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman McGibbon, that <br />the Lions Club be authorized to proceed with their plan to construct benches and <br />a water fountain on the triangle at Fifth and Bell Streets. Motion carried. <br />After discussion on the Budget for 1959, the meeting adjourned. <br />September 9, 1958 <br />A special meeting was held at -the Edmonds Jr. High School for a he aring on the <br />Preliminary:Assessment Roles of LID #90, paving Railroad Ave.' from Main to Dayton, <br />and LID #91, paving the four alleys in the business district. <br />Meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell. Councilmen Lambe, Tuson, Christensen, <br />Simpson, and Kincaid were present. <br />There were.no written protests filed on LID #90. <br />There were 3 written protests -filed on HID #91. They were from: <br />Mrs. Winnifred Bishop, on the alley between 5th and 6th, Main t o Dayton. <br />Dewey"Leyda,'on'the alley between 5th and 6th, Main to Dayton. <br />Ted R. Westerlind, alley*froze-4th to 5th, between Main and Dayton. <br />This being ax meeting, no council action was taken. <br />Following the hearings, discussion 6ne the Budget for 1959 was held. <br />The meeting then was. closed. <br />City Ulerk or <br />September 16, 1958 <br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell, and Councilmen licGibbon, Lambe, Tuson, <br />Christensen, and Sorensen were present. <br />An informal preliminary hearing was held on a proposal to improve 4th Ave. from Howell Way to Pine <br />St., and Erben Drive from 3rd to 4th, with -concrete curbs and asphaltic pavement. Several property <br />owners in the area were present, and the majority seemed in favor of the project. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Christensen that Ordinance #733 be <br />passed, to place on the November 4 ballot the proposition to construct an open-air municipal swimming <br />pool in the City of Edmonds by levying a tax of 14 mills to provide $60,000. for the project. There <br />were 4 yes and 1 no votes, and the motion carried. <br />A letter was received from Attorney William A. Gardner, protesting the assessment of his client, Mr. <br />Evart Harris,on sewer under LID #85, on the basis that Mr. Harris' property is already served by <br />sanitary sewer. This was referred to City Engineer Reid. <br />A letter was received from H. Dale Anderson, complaining about the inadequacy of the storm drains on <br />the 1100 Block on Pine Street, and requesting attention to the problem. This was referred to Mr. <br />Lawson and Engineer Reid. <br />A claim against the City for the amount of $92.00 was received from Shirley C. Burns for a fractured <br />ankle sustained on the Slide at the City Park. This was referred to the Attorney to file with the <br />insurance company. <br />The sanitary sewer extension to the plat of Glanvilla was recommended by Engineer Reid for acceptance <br />by the City. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Sorensen, that Ordinance #734 be passed, <br />settiDg up LID #90 for the improvement of Railroad Ave., Main to Dayton with grading, paving, curbs on <br />the easterly side, and storm sewers where necessary. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Lambe that Ordinance #735 be passed, <br />setting up LID #91, for the improvement of 4 Alleys in the business district.with pavingl Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that Ordinance #732 be passed, <br />to provide for the acquisition of a nevr fire truck with the nedessary equipment and appurtenances, by <br />