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<br />I <br /> <br />~ <br />to <br />r'- <br />o <br /><( <br /><1: <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />January 17, 1985 <br />February 7, 1985 <br /> <br />285 <br />Councilwoman Dille presented information from the monthly law enforcement and fire . <br />department reports. According to Councilman Quigley, requests will be going out soon <br />for prices on a pool blanket and materials for the needed swimming pool repairs. <br /> <br />Mayor Swensen agreed to issue a proclamation regarding Scout Week to be read at the <br />next Council Meeting and arrangements were also made for a special flag ceremony at <br />that time, as requested by Debbie Clapp, who is coordinating some of the publicity for <br />the Boy Scout Diamond Jubilee activities. <br /> <br />A letter to Mayor Raymond Hill of the City of Ucon concerning the possibility of sewage <br />from Ucon being transported through the Ammon Road and Sunnyside Road trunk lines to <br />the City of Idaho Falls treatment plant was discussed, and approval of the letter for <br />Mayor Swensen's signature was indicated. <br /> <br />Engineer Benton noted that a new report has been received from the City of Idaho Falls <br />on sewage treatment and maintenance costs. It was estimated that the revised rates <br />from these calculations will result in billings from the City of Idaho Falls in amounts <br />considerably higher than the budgeted figures. <br /> <br />The City Clerk presented claims to pay totaling $27,701.96 and claims paid since the <br />previous meeting in the amount of $17,285.69, all of which were approved. <br /> <br />Councilwoman Dille moved that the meeting adjourn; Councilman Monson seconded the motion; <br />voting was all in favor; the meeting was adjourned at 9:20 P,M. <br /> <br />ATTEST, L~ <br />CITY CLERK <br /> <br />{k;~ }f. ~ <br /> <br />CITY OF AMJvfON <br />Feb. 7, 1985 <br /> <br />the Mayor and City Council: <br /> <br />7:30 P.M. by Mayor Russell <br /> <br />Minutes of the Regular Meeting of <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order at <br />following City Officials present: <br />Mayor Russell N. Swensen <br />Councilman Robert D.Williamson <br />Councilman Merle J. Quigley <br />Councilwoman Carol A.Dille <br />Absent: Councilman Thayle D. Monson <br /> <br />Others present during the meeting were Debbie Clapp, several Boy Scouts, and Mr. and <br />Mrs. Mike P. Garcia of 3268 Leroy Drive. <br /> <br />The meeting was opened with the following proclamation by Mayor Swensen: <br />WHEREAS the Boy Scouts of America has served our nation's youth from <br />1910; and <br />WHEREAS more than 70 million youth and adults have benefited from <br />being members of this highly regarded youth movement; and <br />WHEREAS Scouting is available for all youth regardless of race, <br />religion, or socio-economic level who are tabght character, citizenship <br />and fitness: <br />THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that during 1985, on the 75th anniversary of <br />the founding of this organization of high purpose, that all citizens of <br />AMrflON join me, rlfayor Russell N. S~..vensen, in extending sincere congratulations <br />to the Boy Scouts of America on its Diamond Jubilee of service to the United <br />States of America and commend those community groups that provide volunteer <br />adult leaders who make it possible for the Scouting program to bring its <br />proven benefits to our young people: <br /> <br />N. Swensen with the <br /> <br />City Clerk Deon Hemingway <br />Public Works Director Hayse L. Whiteley <br />Engineer David E. Benton <br /> <br />A special flag ceremony was presented by the Boy Scouts under the direction of Debbie <br />Clapp. Prayer was offered by Councilman Williamson. Mayor Swensen expressed thanks to <br />the Boy Scouts. <br /> <br />It was moved by Councilwoman Dille and seconded by CouncilmanQuigley that the minutes <br />for November 1, 1984, be approved as prepared; voting was unanimous in favor. <br /> <br />A proclamation designating the week of February 10 through 16, 1985, as Vocational <br />Education Week was read and signed by Mayor Swensen <br /> <br />Mike and Karen Garcia explained that they are interested in purchasing the property at <br />2565 East 17th Street for a Mexican food restaurant, and they inquired about the <br />possibility of getting licenses for the consumption of beer and wine on the premises to <br />be served with meals only. It was noted that the City's existing beer ordinance adopts <br />the State Beer Laws which allow for the sale of beer to be consumed on the premises so <br />a license for this purpose could be obtained by the Garcias if an application is <br />approved through the required State procedures, but the City ordinance regarding the <br />sale of wine would have to be changed before a license for on-premises consumption of <br />wine could be issued. The Garcias indicated that they could go ahead with considering <br />