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A motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Slye to pass <br />Ordinance #821. Motion carried. W`��tti 1,-7 `fe , 'Z"" , � 1// <br />It was moved by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Lambe to pass Ordinance #822. <br />Motion carried. Gam4)',lp,14---i- <br />Councilman Christensen made the motion, seconded by Councilman Slye to pass Ordinance <br />#823. Motion carried/ouncilman <br />A motion was made by Lambe, seconded by Councilman Slye that Ordinance #824 <br />be passed. Motion carried. ae)� <br />It w4s moved by Councilman Ha rison, seconded by Councilman Tuson, that Ordinance #825 <br />be passed. Motion carried. <br />Passage of the foregoing Ordinances was introduced by Attorney Bennett and studied by <br />the council as they were h-jnbst cases slight revisions of old Ordinances ready for <br />codification. <br />There was no further business, and the meeting was adjourned. <br />City Clerk Vyor <br />July 19, 1960 <br />Meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell, with Councilmen Harrison, Lambe, Tuson, <br />Christensen and Slye present. <br />Hearing was held on the preliminary assessment roll LID #102. There was one written <br />protest from a Mr. Montgomery, and a motion was made by Councilman Christensen, seconded <br />by Councilman Tuson that Ordinance #826 be passed, creating LID #102, to widen the <br />existing pavement and install curbs on Pine from llth E. to the W. plat of Pine Terrace. <br />Motion carried. <br />0 EIV <br />Bids were opened on LID #102. They were: <br />Tri-City Sand & Gravel Co. $49347.00 <br />Joplin Paving Co. 49437.50 <br />After the bids had been checked by the Engineer, but prior to the awarding of a contract, <br />a resident of the area involved in the LID indicated to the council that he had a petition <br />of protest lacking only two signatures to make the needed 60% to kill the project. With <br />this information, the council decided to hold the construction bids for a period of 30 <br />days in which to give the protests ample time to be submitted. <br />It was moved by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the bill to <br />Joplin Paving Co. in the amount of $3,069.66 be paid; $1269.66 to be paid from the <br />Street Dept. , and $1800.00 to be paid from the "Little Metro" fund. Motion carried. <br />Three residents from Glen Street were present with their attorney to protest LID #1019 <br />and after much discussion, during which time the protesting residents stated that they <br />would be perfectly willing to go ahead with the LID next year, a motion was made by <br />Councilman Christensen, seconded_ by Councilman Lambe that the city call for bids on <br />LID #101 for the paving of Glen Street in March of 1961. Motion carried. <br />A resident of 8th S.E., representing his neighborhood, requested either a sign prohibiting <br />trucks from using the street or a load limit sign to be placed there. This request was <br />referred to the City Supervisor and Police Chief for a report at the next meeting. <br />A letter of request 'to oil Fir Street was referred to Supervisor Lawson. <br />A motion was made by.Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Lambe that the alley grade <br />between Sprague and Daley from 91h to 400 ft. west be improved. Motion carried. <br />It was decided to hold an informal hearing on August 2 for the improvement of Lynn Road, <br />and that cards be mailed to o;--� property owners,inviting them to attend. <br />It was moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Tuson to call for bids on <br />the sale of the following property: A portion of Lots 35,36,37, and 38, Block 81, 81' and <br />Sprague, City of Edmonds. Bids to be opened August 2. Motion carried. <br />There was no further business, and the meeting was adjourned. <br />L <br />City Clerk May r <br />