<br />July 23, 1963 •
<br />Recessed meeting was called to order by Mayor McGinness, with all councilmen present �ex-
<br />cept Harrison.
<br />Bids for the purchase of a fire truck had been examined by the Fire Chief and Councilme..
<br />Sorensen and. Slye, both volunteer firemen, and upon their recommendation, Councilman Sorensen
<br />moved, seconded by Councilman Slye that American La France be awarded the bid for the fire
<br />truck and extra equipment, for the total amount of $23,638.34, including tax, which repre-
<br />sented the low bid. Motion carried.
<br />It was then moved by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that the bid covering
<br />the fire hose by awarded to American Rubber Mfg. Co., for 3000 feet of 236" hose Q $1.24 and
<br />1200 feet 116" Q $.82, for a total of $4,798.08, including tax and minus 2%. Motion carried.
<br />The recommendation for establishment of an R-W zone and the rezoning of approximately 1200
<br />ft. of waterfront north of the.ferrydock to this classification was submitted from the
<br />Planning Commission. Also, the recommendation to rezone from M-1 to P-1 the waterfront area
<br />north of the first recommendation to Puget Lane extended; and the privately owned waterfront
<br />north of this to S-12. After much discussion pro and con, it was moved by Councilman Tuson,
<br />seconded by Councilman Slye that Ordinance #1006 be passed, amending Ordinance #789, and the
<br />zoning code by the addition of the establishment of an R-W zone in the City of Edmonds. A
<br />roll call vote was requested, and resulted in Smets, Tuson and Slye voting for; Christensen,
<br />Simpson and Sorensen against, and with the tie vote, the motion failed to carry.
<br />It was then moved by Councilman Christensen, seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the Planning
<br />Commission be requested to hold hearings for the purpose of rezoning to P-1 that area approx-
<br />imately 1200 ft. from the ferry dock north along the waterfront that had been recommended by
<br />them as being zoned R-W after establishment of this classification. Motion carried. _
<br />The resolution from the Planning Commission recommending the rezoning from M-1 to P-1 of that
<br />area from approximately 1200 ft. north of the ferry dock to Puget Lane extended was accepted,
<br />and a motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Simpson that Ordinance
<br />.�1006 be passed, to rezone the above mentioned area on the waterfront from M-1 to P-1, and the
<br />motion carried.
<br />It was moved by Councilman Smets, seconded by Councilman S.mpson accepting the recommendation
<br />of the Planning Commission and passing Ordinance #1007, to amend the zoning code and rezone the
<br />remaining area along the waterfront north of Puget Lane extended from M-1 to S-12. Motion
<br />Attorney Hall presented to the Council, aided by explanations by Val Rupeiks, who was present,
<br />an invitation for the City of Edmonds to join the Puget Sound Governmental Conference, which
<br />is promoted by the federal government for regional joint planning for parks and public use of
<br />land. Members of the joint planning council are entitled to receive 30% federal grants for
<br />"open space" purchases for park development. After discussion, it was moved by Councilman
<br />Christensen, seconded by Councilman Tuson that Resolution #85 be passed, requesting admission
<br />to the Puget Sound Regional Planning Council for the City of Edmonds. Motion carried. It was
<br />then announced that the next meeting of the Puget Sound Governmental Conference was being held
<br />at the Edmonds Civic Center at 10:00 A.M. on Friday, July 26k, and all were invited to attend.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Tuson, seconded by Councilman Smets that August 6t'' be set as
<br />the date for opening of bids for the sale of warrants and bonds on LID #119; also on LID's
<br />J120 and #122 jointly. Motion carried.
<br />A motion was made by Councilman Sorensen, seconded by Councilman Slye that the City call for
<br />bids on LID #120, paving of Third Avenue from Main to Pine, to be opened on August 20. Motion
<br />carried. i
<br />Councilman, Tuson moved, seconded by Councilman Simpson that the City call for bids to be opened
<br />August 201' on LID #119, sewering of the Senior High School area. Motion carried.
<br />A letter was received from Suzanne Lindsay, asking for an extension of time in the 30 day
<br />limit for filing of protests against LID #122, watermains for Fruitdale on the Sound. Council
<br />decided that this request did not alter the legal 30 day requirement, and no actii.on was taken.
<br />There was no further business, and the meeting adjourned.
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<br />August 6, 1963
<br />Regular meeting was called to order by Mayor Pro Tem Tuson, with Councilmen Harrison, Smets,
<br />Slye and Sorensen present.
<br />It was moved by Councilman Slye and seconded by Councilman Sorensen that the minutes of the
<br />July 23rd o _ cal,. meeting• be app,roved.. Motion carried.
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<br />This was the date set for the opening of bids on warrants and bonds for LID #119, sewers in
<br />the vicinity of the Senior High School. There was one bid:
<br />Southwick, Campbell, Waterman Co. 4.20% plus 120 premium for each $100 par value.
<br />A net effective rate of 4.176%.
<br />There was discussion, and it was thought in the absence of the City Attorney to perhaps hold
<br />the bid until next meeting. However, the Council took this matter up again a bit later in the