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<br />I <br /> <br />L":l <br />r..o <br />~ <br /><. ., <br />- <br />........ <br /> <br />co <br />co <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />221: <br /> <br />Minutes of the regular monthly meeting of the Mayor and Council <br />of the City of Ammon' hels. Monday, October 27, 1969 at the City Hall. <br />Meeting commenced at 8:20 P. M. J.Presiding was Mayor Richardson. <br />Prayer was offered by Councilman Keith Turnbow. <br /> <br />Present at the me1eting were Mayor Richardson, ,Councilmen <br />Leo Heer and Keith Turnbow. Also present were City Engineer Dave <br />B'enton, Maintenance Sliperviso!" Lavern Williams, Ass It Loyd Coul1lin, <br />Police Chief Frank Ricks, Harvey Dann, Marvin Anderson and Clerk <br />Jesse Bunnell. <br /> <br />Mayor Richardson stated the contract for the tennis courts had been <br />awarded to :Kennaday Paving with completion date set for July 113" 1970. <br />He said the contract for the sprinkling system had not been let. <br /> <br />The following people were chosen to sectve at the election. <br />As constable, Frank Ricks. As Judge of electil on Edgar C. Eiibson. <br />As clerks, Vera Lee, Ethel Pickett, Lawana Nielsen, Rosalie Hutchens, <br />Elmayne Bailey, Mrs: C. C. Richardson and Ethel Kelly. <br />Councilman Turnbow made a motion that the foregoing people be appointed <br />to serve on the Election November 4th, 1969. Councilman Heer Secomd <br />the mbtion. The Clerk took a vote and all present voted in favor. <br /> <br />Councilman Heer introduced Mr. Harvey Dann and made a motion <br />that he be hired by the City at $2.75 per hour to cover the six nighttime <br />hour~ as 'extra policeman, the hours to be determined later. The motion <br />was seconded by Councilman Turnbow. The Clerk took a vote and all <br />voted'in favor. <br /> <br />Mayor Richardson stated that the following morning he was meeting <br />with flood clllmtrol officials and he pointed out that there was a half mile <br />north of 17th street that needed to be built up on the east bank and he said <br />the county officials and flood control officials had agreed to help. <br />Mayor Richardson stated he has discussed with A. W. Brunt the proposed <br />trailer park and he told Mr. Brunt he felt this should wait until the election <br />was over and then have another discussion on the park when the new Mayor- <br />Elect and the new Councilmen-Elect couUll. sit in on the planning. <br /> <br />Councilman Turnbow made a motion that the City have published the <br />proposed franchise agreement with upper Valley Telecable Company, Inc. <br />to furniSh cable T V to th:e residents of Ammon. The motion was seconded <br />by Councilman Heer. The Clerk took a vote and all voted in favor. <br /> <br />Mr. Wayne Peterson arrived at 10 P. M. to discuss the contract to <br />sell the Fred & Wayn~s 0 the City. It was agreed that the existing <br />families and any furthe milies hooking on to the system outside the City <br />would be charged $5 per month. The agreement on the well became <br />effective Julyl, 1969. The c.ontract ~ payment of $150.00 per <br />month beginning July 1, 196~ ent of $900.00. The payments <br />were to run for a period of years at the end of which <br />the City makes a final payment of $110.00 and a deed to the welland all <br />existing and future lines that may be made will be delivered to the City. <br /> <br />The Oath of Office was administered to the new Officer, Harvey Dann <br />by Clerk Jesse E. Bunnell at 10: 35 P. M. <br /> <br />The monthly bills were approved for payment. <br /> <br />Mayor Richardson declared the meeting adjourned at 11: 35 P. M. <br /> <br />