<br />Hearing was Yield on Resolution # 41, regarding the repair of certain sidewalk areas in the
<br />City of Edmonds. Mr. Ivan Day appeared before the council and agreed to fix his sidewalk
<br />within a period of 60 days. Therefore, a motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by
<br />Councilman Simpson that with reference to Resolution # 41, calling for the repair of the
<br />sidewalk area on the westerly side of 4t Ave., commencing at the intersection of Daytbn St.
<br />and Fourth and continuing thence north 120 feet, that the hearing be continued for a period
<br />of 60 days, at which time Mr. Day is to have completed the repairs to his sidewalk. Motion
<br />Hearing on the deferred action on LID # 97 was taken up by the council, and it was reported
<br />by Attorney Bennett that the protests North of 19621 in the area petitioning to be deleted
<br />reached 42%. Protests South -of 19614 came to approximately 16%. After discussion, a motion
<br />was made by Councilman Tuson, and seconded by Councilman Lambe that all the area beyond
<br />120 feet north of 1961t be deleted from the LID. Four Councilmen voted for the deletion, one
<br />voted against, and the motion carried.
<br />It was then moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Simpson that Ordinance
<br /># 775 be adopted, creating LID # 97, sewering of the north end area. A roll call vote
<br />showed all councilmen in favor, and the motion carried.
<br />Hearing was held on Resolution # 43, petition for Vacation of Lots 1-2-3 in Block 81. There
<br />were no protests, and a motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Christensen
<br />that Ordinance # 776 be passed, vacating Lots 1-2-3 in Block 81 of the City of Edmonds. Motion
<br />Several people were present to,compl-hin of poor water pressure and sometimes no water at all
<br />in the Five Corners area. It was decided to change the sprinkling hours in the area to help
<br />relieve the condition. •
<br />Owners of the Hull -Anderson plat between 121� and 131� on Bowdoin Way were advised by the council
<br />that they must cut down their own banks in the plat,but that the City will furnish the trucks
<br />and remove the dirt for City use.
<br />In answer to a written request from the Mountlake Terrace City Council, a motion was made by
<br />Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Lambe that the City of Mountalke Terrace be granted
<br />permission to negotiate a contract with the proposed new Aurora Village Shopping Center to
<br />hook onto their sewer line at 20514 and furnish sewer service until such time as the Ronald
<br />district sewer is in operation. Motion carried.
<br />Council also acknowledged receipt of a letter from Mountlake Terrace City Council indicating
<br />the Mountlake Terrace Shopping Center may request sewer service from Mountlake Terrace, and
<br />asking if Edmonds would have any objection to their proceeding with preliminary negotiations
<br />on sewerage facilities with them.if the anticipated request id formalized.
<br />The naming and numbering of streets in the newly annexed areas was discussed, and a motion
<br />was made by Councilman Lambe, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the street plan names
<br />and numbers as explained be approved and adopted as part of the City of Edmonds Comprehensive
<br />Street Plan. Motion carried.
<br />It was moved by Councilman McGibbon and seconded by Councilman Simpson that the hearing on
<br />the Final Assessment Roll on LID # 91, paving of the 4 alleys in the business district, be
<br />set for September 1, 1959• Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Lambe authorizing
<br />issuance of interest bearing warrant # 5 on LID # 91 to Lake City Gravel & Materials, Inc.
<br />for $685.88 for final contractor's estimate. Motion carried.
<br />There was no further business, and the meeting adjourned. •
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<br />August 4, 1959
<br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell with Councilmen McGibbon, Lambe, Tuson,
<br />Christensen, Simpson and Sorensen present.
<br />Bids were opened on the $240,000.00 water and sewer revenue bonds, They were:
<br />Terry Thompson & Co. 4.7243%
<br />Foster & Marshall 4..6169%
<br />Juran & Moody, Inc. 4.5407%
<br />Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith in
<br />association with Dean Witter & Co. 4.5799%
<br />After discussion and study, it was moved by Councilman McGibbon and seconded by Councilman
<br />Tuson that the low bid of Juran & Moody, Inc. of St. Paul, Minnesota be accepted and the
<br />mayor be authorized to enter into contract with them for the sale of the bonds. Motion
<br />Bids were opened for the construction on "Little Metro", and they were:
<br />For Unit 11, Trunk sewer from city limits to treatment plant:
<br />F. M. Taylor Co. $1469405.25
<br />Tri-State Construction Co., Seattle 143,219.60
<br />Murphy Bros., Inc. Seattle 120,468.00