• of restoration of roads after the LID work, and the Mayor again pointed out that restoration
<br />is made to improved roads, but not on dust oiled streets. Following the discussion, it was
<br />moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Tuson that Ordinance #995 be passed,
<br />creating LID #119, sewering of the Senior High -School area. Motion carried.
<br />Hearing was held on the preliminary assessment roll on LID #120, paving of 3rd from Main
<br />to Elm. Council was served with a Writ of Prohibition on the basis that proper notice
<br />was not given. Charles Shepherd stated he did not receive the notice himself, that it
<br />was sent to his bank and in turn sent to him. Attorney Hall explained that the law states
<br />that the hearing notice is to be sent to the owners of record on the rolls of the County
<br />Treasurer, from which these are always taken. The Writ will be answered by the Attorney
<br />on the date mentioned, but he advised the Council to proceed with the hearing. Seven
<br />other written protests were read, and a petition with 24 signatures of property owners
<br />living between Pine and Elm stating that they did not wish to be included in this LID.
<br />Mr. Jack Williams asked if he could contract to do his own paving at 3rd and Dayton, and
<br />the Council explained why this would not be possible, and Mr. Williams was satisfied.
<br />Following a great deal of discussion on the protest against including the area from Pine
<br />to Elm, Councilman Tuson moved, seconded by Councilman Harrison that the portion between
<br />Pine and Elm be deleted from LID #120, and the motion carried. Margaret Dority questioned
<br />her charge on the assessment, since grade had been established by the City and curb in-
<br />stalled. Engineer Jones was instructed to work out the problem with her. It was then
<br />moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Smets that Ordinance # 996 be
<br />passed, creating LID #120, paving 3rd from Main to Pine. Motion carried.
<br />Hearing was held on the preliminary assessment roll on LID #121, sewers on the east side
<br />of 3rd from Pine to Elm. One letter of protest was.read., along with a petition signed
<br />by 4 property owners protesting the project. The Engineer was asked to check the
<br />percentage of owners protesting, and this was found to exceed 60%. Councilman Tuson
<br />moved, and Smets seconded that the proposed LID #121 for sewers on the E. side of 3rd
<br />• from Pine to Elm be dropped. Motion carried.
<br />Petitions were read signed by 56 property owners, setting forth the request that the City
<br />take the necessary steps for a General Obligation Bond election to acquire beach and
<br />tidelands from the Ferry Dock north to the extension of Melody Lane for recreation use.
<br />Mayor McGinness said he also had received two additional petitions with the same request,
<br />and since this is an expression of opinion of many people, these petitions should be
<br />considered by the Planning Commission. Therefore, the City Clerk was instructed to notify
<br />the Planning Commission by letter that the City Council has (so many) petitions with
<br />(so many) signatures requesting certain action, and that they consider this with respect
<br />to the adoption of the comprehensive plan. As the petitions come in, to so advise them.
<br />In regard to the proposed traffic control signal at 91� and Edmonds Way, it was explained
<br />.that if a Resolution is directed to Paul McKay, that Olympia is ready to act on this.
<br />It was thus moved by Councilman Slye, seconded by Councilman Tuson that Resolution #82
<br />be passed, requesting the State Highway Dept. install a traffic control light at 91' S.
<br />and Edmonds Way. MoLon carried.
<br />At the request of John Moran, a proposed Ordinance relating to and regulating sewage
<br />disposal systems, providing for certificates of compliance for sewer disposal system
<br />designers and system installers requiring permits, defining offenses and providing
<br />penalties was introduced by Attorney Hall. It was decided to defer action until next
<br />meeting, and copies were given the councilmen for their consideration.
<br />Mr. Herbert, Building Inspector, had requested a code on Swimming Pools. Attorney Hall
<br />told the councilmen he would see that they all received copies of a proposed Ordinance
<br />which had been drawn on Swimming Pools. This also to be taken up at the next meeting.
<br />Mayor McGinness commented on the recent Arts Festival in Edmonds, and the admirable job
<br />• done, which was an asset to community activities. It was moved by Councilman Christensen,
<br />seconded by Councilman Slye that the City Attorney be instructed to draw a Resolution
<br />commending the Arts Festival Committee for the successful show and recommend their
<br />continued activities. Motion carried.
<br />Councilman Slye reported he, Roy Sorensen, and the Fire Chief had worked on specifications
<br />and were now ready to call for bids on a new fire truck. Councilman Slye;moved, seconded
<br />by Councilman Sorensen that the City call for bids on the purchase of a new fire truck,
<br />bids to be opened July 16', specifications to be on file with the City r.io,.�_ M„t;.,n
<br />Councilman Sorensen requested that Aloha Street, from 7' to Who be put on the compre-
<br />hensive plan. It was therefore moved by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman
<br />Slye that the City Attorney be instructed to draw an Ordinance putting Aloha Street from
<br />7k to 8k on the comprehensive plan. Motion carried. This recommendation is in the form
<br />of a Resolution from the Planning Commission, which will come to Council at the next
<br />There was no further business, and the meeting was adj
<br />July 2, 1963
<br />Regular meeting was cAlled to order by Mayor McGinness, with all councilmen present.
<br />The reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was dispensed with, as all councilmen