<br />' 209 c of sewers in the district as soon as possible,
<br />Proposals were received from representatives of three insurance
<br />companies to provide public liability and property damage coverage for various village trucks, police cars, hired autos and non-owned
<br />rate of $389.86 Tor one year;.Milwaukee Automobile Insurance Go., $282.65, and Amelelcan Casualty Co,, $336.60.
<br />in amounts and types of coverage offered, the proposals were referred to the entire council for further consideration, on motion of Hawthorne,
<br />seconded by Utley and carrfed,
<br />Motion to renew group accident insurance for mkmbegs Gf %he volunteer fire departmend with Standard Accidezhh Insurance Coo at premium of $75
<br />for one year from larch 1, 1944, was made by Utley, seconded by Willson
<br />and carrfed,
<br />Notion to close book accounts of Sewer District No. 1 and Sewer District
<br />No. 2 with balances W3taling $234.02 and to transfer the funds to the
<br />general fund as recommended by Minnesota public exminer's office, was made by Utley, seconded by Hawthorne and carried.
<br />Willson and Smith reported William Ziegler Co, had offered to pay $75 cash or $100 credit order for an old road grader owned by the village.
<br />Motion to sell said grader to William Ziegler Go, for $100 credtt was made by Willson, seconded by Wyatt and carried,
<br />Motion to direct the village attorney to draft a 9r30 p.m. curfew ordinance including the general provisions of the Xinneapolis curfew ordinance was made by Hawthorne, seconded by WZllson and carried.
<br />Motion to direct the village attorney to draft an amendment to the taxicab ordinance to reqnire display of rates and a photogra h, name
<br />and chauffeur's lfcense of thecdriver in the passenger comp J artment
<br />of each taxicab operat5ng inkhe vfllage was made by Hawthorne, seconded by Wyatt and carried.
<br />Motion to adjourn until ?:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3, 1944, was made
<br />Eardware Mutual Casualty Co. offered a policy with a %%et
<br />Because of variations
<br />' by WilLson, seconded by Hawthorne and carried,
<br />' MINUTES OF THE ADJOURNED PORTION OF THE
<br />REGULAR MEETING OF TH3 mINA VILLAGE
<br />COUNGIS OF FEBRUARY 28, 1944, HELD IN
<br />VILLAGE HALL AT lr30 P.E. EARCH 3, 1944
<br />All members of the council were present.
<br />I@?* Virket of the Minnesota public examineris office appeared to
<br />.outline his report of examination of village records for the year 19435.
<br />which report mill be submitted formally to the council through the
<br />examiner's office,
<br />Problems of Sewer District bo, 8 were discussed and Utley suggested
<br />that Ehgineer Smith make 8 study of e€ assessments levied in the district indicating what has been spent for various portions of the project with
<br />a view to possible adjustment of assessments.
<br />President Todd offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />Whereas, the village council of the village of Edina, Hemepen county,
<br />Nffnnesota, has reeelired from the land commissioner of Hefmegin county, a llst of land in said village of Edina which has become the absolute property of the State of ESnnesota under provisions of laws declaring
<br />the forfeiture of lands to the state for taxes, which Lands have been classified by the county board of said Eennepfn county as non-conservation
<br />and for sale, pursuant to laws of Binnssota for 1935, chapter 386,
<br />L-marg 32, aP944, and ection amended, which list of land is designated as List 93 "Ctr,