<br />Councilman Slye made the motion, seconded by Councilman Sorensenthat the bills against
<br />LID #107 be paid: Jerald C. Hall, $3.00; Roberts, Shefelman, Lawrence, Gay & Moch,
<br />$375.00; and Tribune -Review, $106.16. Motion carried.
<br />It was also moved by Councilman 51ye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the bills'
<br />against LID #108 be paid: Puget Press, $178.55; Edmonds Tribune -Review, $25.69;
<br />Washington State Hig)away Commission, $174.45; and the City Clerk be authorized to
<br />issue an interest bearing warrant in the amount of $378.69 to Southwick, Campbell,
<br />Waterman Co. to cover these bills. Motion carried.
<br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the bills against
<br />LID #110 be paid as follows: Edmonds Tribune -Review, $38.19; Leona Silhan, $14.00; and
<br />Jerald C. Hall, $150.00; and the City Clerk be authorized to issue an interest -bearing
<br />warrant to Grande & Co., Inc. in the amount of $202.19'to cover these. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman gorensen-that the bills
<br />against LID #113 be paid: $28.24 to the Tribune -Review, $193.50 to Jerald C. Hall, and
<br />$14.00 to Leona Silhan. Motion carried.
<br />Councilman Slye made the motion, seconded by Councilman borensen-uthAt the bills against
<br />LID #115 be paid: $34.50 to the Tribune -Review and $150.00 to Jerald C. Hall. Motion
<br />It was moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the bill to Jerald
<br />C. Hall for $450.00 be paid out of LID #116, and.the City Clerk be authorized to issue an
<br />interest -bearing warrant to Grande & Co:, Inc. for this amount. kotion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Slye,.seconded by Councilman Smets that a bill against
<br />LID #118 to the Tribune -Review for $40,88 be paid. Motion carried.,.
<br />The members of the City Council were advised that the Comprehensive Plan was now available,
<br />and copies would be given out in the office of the City Clerk where they must be signed for.
<br />Meeting was then adjourned.
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<br />June 18, 1963
<br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor McGinness with all councilmen present except
<br />Sorensen, who arrived later.
<br />Bids were opened on LID #114, paving Pine from 6k to 71% The bids were:
<br />Lake City Gravel & Materials $6,735.00
<br />Joplin Paving Co. 6,747.50
<br />Washington Asphalt Co. 79270.00
<br />The Engineer was asked to review the bids for extensions and conformity, and action was held
<br />up for the present. Later in the meeting, after discussion, a motion was made by Councilman
<br />Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that the City accept the bid of Joplin Paving Co., whom
<br />we consider the lowest responsible bidder, on LID #114, in the amount of $6,747.50, rejecting
<br />the low bid of Lake City Gravel & Materials because of unsatisfactory performance on their
<br />last two jobs for the City of Edmonds. Motion carried unanimously.
<br />Bids were opened on LID #118, paving of "A" Street, Elm to Fir. Bids were:
<br />Lake City Gravel & Materials $6,800.00
<br />Joplin Paving Co. 6,648.75
<br />Washington Asphalt Co. 6,941.55
<br />These bids were also referred to the Engineer for checking, and later in the meeting a motion
<br />was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Harrison that the City accept the low
<br />bid of Joplin Paving Co.i,n the amount of $6,648.75 on LID #118. Motion carried.
<br />Hearing was held on the final assessment roll on LID #116, paving Admiral Way & Dayton. There
<br />were 2 written protests; no one in the audience spoke for or against. Engineer Jones reported
<br />that the preliminary cost per zone front foot had been figured at $5.05, and the final zone
<br />front foot cost came to $4.76. It was moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman
<br />Simpson that Ordinance #994 be passed, approving and confirming the final assessment roll on
<br />LID #116. Motion carried. The Mayor expressed congratulations to the contractor for a very
<br />good job, and to the engineer in obtaining a contract at less than the estimate.
<br />Hearing was held on the preliminary assessment roll on LID #119, sewers in the Senior High
<br />School area. There were 3 written protests, and the one from Robert W. Martin of Bob's
<br />A & W Drive -In concerned the cutting of trees on the easement for sewer. He offered an al-
<br />ternate plan, and Engineer Jones stated that this would be used if feasible, as it is the
<br />desire of the City to save all trees possible. Several members of the audience protested
<br />the amount of their assessments, especially Mr. Cross and Mr. Roberts, who both own con-
<br />siderable property on Highway 99. Also a member of the audience mentioned the dnd of the
<br />sewer line on a culdesac, which deleted a few houses, and Engineer Jones explained this
<br />was necessary due to the slope of the land, and that another LID would serve those houses,
<br />along with other areas as they came into the City. It was explained to all that it takes
<br />60% of the assessment protesting to kill the LID, but Attorney Hall stated the Health
<br />Department says there is a definite health hazard in this area. In this case the city is
<br />empowered to proceed with the LID without regard to protests. The Mayor read a letter from
<br />Dr. Kenny, Health Officer, pointing out the health hazard. Mention was made of the question
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