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19610601 City Council Minutes
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It was decided that an informal hearing be held on the possible sewering of Spruce between <br />91� and 11k, and the east side of 91h between Spruce and Pine, and the people involved be <br />invited to meet with the Water -sewer committee to discuss the possibility of an LID in their <br />area. The meeting to be held on Wednesday, May 24k at City Hall - 8:00 P.M. <br />A Recommendation from the Planning Commission for Council approval of further study by Clark - <br />Coleman & Associates resulted in a recess of this meeting to May 31, when the plans will have <br />been received from Clark -Coleman and studied by the Council. <br />It was moved by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the first meeting <br />in July be set for Wednesday, July 51� instead of Tuesday, July 4th because of the holiday. <br />Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Lambe, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the paving of <br />the road in the City Park be awarded to Joplin Paving Co., to be done when the work is <br />actually authorized. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Harrison that the final plat <br />of Manor Lane be approved. Motion carried. <br />Meeting was then recessed until Wednesday, May 31 at 8200 P.M. <br />May 319 1961 <br />Recessed meeting was called to order by Mayor Maxwell with all councilmen present. <br />An annexation petition was filed with the City Clerk on May 29, 1961 from the citizens residing <br />in the Lake Ballinger area adjacent to the City of Edmonds. The petition indicated that it was <br />signed by owners of 82.% in value, according to the assessed valuation for general taxation of <br />the property for which annexation is petitioned. The council determined that the property <br />description accurately represented kn area contiguous to the City of Edmonds. That further, <br />the council was offered satisfactory proof, by way of affidavit and other information that <br />evidenced the suffieiency of the petition as presented, and it was moved by Councilman <br />Christensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that the receipt of the petition be acknowledged, and <br />the hearing on said petition be set for June 20. Motion carried. <br />A letter of thanks was received from the Junior Chamber of Commerce for their having had the use <br />of the property left on the Civic Center site for their sale. <br />Upon recommendation of the Street Committee, a motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded <br />by Councilman Christensen that Yost Admiral Way from Dayton Street south to the intersection <br />with the present -by-pass be reopened and returned to use as a street, and the deadline for <br />removal of all obstructions on it be January 1, 1962. Motion carried. <br />After much discussion with the Planning Commission and with C$Ark-Coleman planners, the council <br />decided to postpone any action on Planning phase #2 until the June 131� meeting. <br />Meeting was then adjourned. <br />June 1, 1961 <br />Meeting was held for opening of bids on the Civic Center. Mayor Maxwell called the meeting to <br />order with all councilmen present except Harrison. <br />Civic Center bids were as follows: <br />GENERAL WORK: <br />Strand, Inc. <br />Venne Beauchamp <br />B. F. Turnbull, Inc. <br />Newland Construction Col <br />Farwest Construction Co. <br />Wick Construction Co. <br />Noel Construction Co. <br />McDonald Contruction Co. <br />Elling Halvorson <br />Turnquist & Bartrand <br />MECHANICAL WORK: <br />Basic bids only. <br />$335,130.00 <br />337,307.00 <br />362,000.00 <br />341,000.00 <br />3539761.00 <br />344,444.00 <br />363,500.00 <br />344,896.00 <br />368,836.00 <br />362,992.00 <br />Gamman Plumbing Co. 709389.00 <br />Lincoln Mechanical Contractors, Inc. 649350.00 <br />Hart Plumbing & Heating Co. 68,427.00 <br />Boyker Plumbing & Heating Co. 75,850.00 <br />Stoll & Freese Plumbing & Heating 71,990.00 <br />ELECTRICAL WORK: <br />Hiline Electric <br />44,250.00 <br />Ewing Electric <br />40,998.00 <br />NePage Electric <br />44,500.00 <br />Pacific Electric <br />46,300.00 <br />Rogers Electric Co. <br />45,260.00 <br />Bids were then taken under advisement, and no specified date was set for awarding. <br />Meeting was adjourned. <br />U ' <br />City Clerk or <br />
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