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1.20 <br />February 59 1963 <br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor McGinness with all councilmen present. <br />Bids were opened on a )4 ton pick-up truck, cab and chassis only, for the Water Dept. They were: <br />Edmonds Motor Company $27294.57 <br />Bill Blume Chevrolet 29328.23 <br />After checking over the specifications by the Supt. of Public Works, a motion was made by <br />Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the City accept the bid of Edmonds <br />Motor Co. for the / ton pick-up truck, cab and chassis only, at the price of $29294.57. <br />Motibno..carried. <br />Mr. A. R. Cleveland, instigator of a movement that is circulating petitions for annexation <br />in the vicinity known as the "South Central Annexation" area, was present to advise the council <br />of the wishes of the people in that area to petition for an annexation election sometime in the <br />near future. The Council expressed a favorable attitude toward the movement, which would <br />include all the area north of Edmonds Way to the present south city limits. <br />The reverend Robert Van Nest, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, which is located across <br />from the newly annexed Anderson Homes area, was present to tequest that his new church <br />building, now being built, be hooked up to the Edmonds sewer prior to the possible "South <br />Central Annexation," which would include this church property. This request was referred to <br />the Water Committee for areport back to the Council at the February 19 meeting. <br />Mr. William Van Almkerk, representing a delegation from north of Edmonds and east of 761� Ave. <br />W., presented a map to the council with this area shaded, and asked for the views of the <br />council regarding the possible presentation of a petition for an annexation election for this <br />area as follows: South to 1841� SW, east to 80kW., north to 1701 east to 68k W., north to 152, <br />and west to the Sound. The Council felt that unless the territory to the south of this were <br />included, so as not to leave a large island of county surrounded by city boundaries, the Board <br />of Review would not approve of an election, and that perhaps some interest could be generated <br />to start a petition in this south area, just north of Edmonds city limits. The newspapers <br />were asked to help with some publicity on this. <br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the regular monthly <br />bills be paid and warrants drawn on the reppective accounts. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by'Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Simpson that the bills against <br />LID #108, Ballinger sewers, be paid: Contractor's estimate #5 to Taylor Construction Co. for <br />$7205.96, and $795.00 to Jerald C. Hall for condemnation and easements, and the City Clerk <br />be authorized to issue an interest -bearing warrant in the amount of $8000.96 to Southwick; <br />Campbell, Waterman Company to cover these bills. Motion carried with Councilman Smets voting <br />no. Prior to this motion, a man from the Ballinger area epLke to the council about the poor <br />condition of the streets in the area due to the sewer construction, and asked that something <br />he done about the situation. He was assured that the contractor would be required to leave <br />fhe streets in as good a condition as they were in when construction began. <br />A'motion was made by Councilman Slye, m conded by Councilman Sorensen that the bills against <br />LID #107, Admiral Way sewer, be apid as follows: Edmonds Tribune-Review.$42.569 and Leona <br />Silhan $6.00; and the City Clerk be authorized to issue an interest -bearing warrant to Grande <br />& Co., Inc. in the amount of $48.56 to cover these bills. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that interest warrants against <br />LID #105 be paid to Leona Silhan $14.00, and the Tribune -Review $18.78. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that an interest warrant <br />against LID #109 be paid to the Tribune -Review in the amount of $97.70. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that an interest warrant <br />in the amount of $12.82 be paid to the Tribune -Review against LID #111. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the following <br />bills against LID #116 be paid: $2316.68 to Joplin Paving Co. for contractor's estimate #2, <br />and $450.00 to Jerald C. Hall for first half attorney's fees, and the City Clerk be authorized <br />to issue interest -bearing warrants to Grande & Co., Inc. in the amount of $2766.68 to -cover these <br />bills. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded try Councilman Sorensen that the City pay estimate #1 <br />to Finn Hill Nursery in the amount of $4757.69 for the Civic Center landscaping. Motion carried. <br />Supervisor Lawson introduced Mr. Ronald N. Taylor, the new Recreational Director for the City. <br />A Petition was received for the paving of Hemlock Street between 71� and 81' Avenues. There are <br />11 property owners involved, and 9 had signed in favor bf the improvement. It was moved by <br />Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Christensen that the Attorney be instructed to draw <br />up a Resolution of Intention for the improvement of Hemlock Street between 7k and 8t' as <br />presented inthe petition. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Slye that Resolution #76 be <br />passed, authorizi-ng the transfer of 1962 funds within the Water. Dept. Motion carried. <br />It was moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that Resolution #77 be <br />passed, favoring House Bill #3, enabling the cities of the State to recover 52% of the <br />liquor revenues, and that copies be forwarded to members of the House Ways and Means <br />Committee of the State of Washington and a copy be sent to the Association of Washington <br />Cities. Motion carried. <br />1 <br />1 <br />• <br />1 <br />• <br />1 <br />Councilman Christensen made the motion, seconded by Councilman Slye to authorize the Attorney <br />0 <br />