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<br />A ttorney Uirdhorst recommended that Council postpone the recording of the Resolution.
<br />for vacs -.tion of nortion'of Gold' Terrace until easement is received from P?rl;s and
<br />Hnnsen for the nova street, which recommendation was a- proved by Qouncil. j
<br />Powers Dry, Goode, Inc.ts representative r&7uested information concerning the"Antc ,
<br />of a Public Hearing on - the Companyls -petition to rezone the Douglas 'Wallace
<br />property to Community,Store District. Hawthorne moved that Public He=xing be sot
<br />fqr Thlarsd ^lr, October 26, 1950, at 8;00_ P.M., in the auditorium of the Minn . Grado
<br />School at 50th emd .'looddale. I'llotion seconded by Palen :7,nd carried
<br />The m.ttcr.of relief from water and mud for the people on Be?rd Avenue between
<br />56th t
<br />and 117-57th Streets «.s again brought to Councils s attent
<br />— ion by I,.r. James
<br />a'loyte and delegation of neigghbors. En:gineex Olsson ,advocated a storm sewer as
<br />the best solution, paging an estimate of cost of approximately ;7,700 for con-
<br />struction. Possi;le reasta,blishment" of grade from 57th to the Creel, tr ^s discussed,
<br />with ovmers in the Be ^rd block between t56th and 55th recuesting an audience before
<br />any change in Grade in their 'block. I4r. Olsson e�mlnined that a change in Tr^d.e
<br />would me ^n the relaying of water main, demolition and reconstruction of curb and
<br />;;utter, and other costs—which v- .rould rt ^�:e such remedy too e_qponsive. On Hatrthornr_ i c
<br />nuestion as to possible fill, for temporary relief, Mr. Olson explained t31 ^t fill
<br />will aid the West side ,of the street, 'cut that on the East side them are two lots
<br />;•:hick cannot be helped in this m ,-nner; and th! t he believes property ovraers trill
<br />riot approve sufficient fill to relieve drainage difficu-Itiez. Child noved that
<br />Pu,'alic Worl >r and Public Utilities Comr ittees meet with Fn inoer Olsson 7--ad ma.'Ne
<br />rci)grt at ne4t regular meeting. Motion seconded by P --I cn and carried.
<br />'Dr. Erie2 :son ,arrived du-rin the abovd ;.tamed discussion, and at its close nrosided
<br />f or the balance of the meetinT.
<br />}ttorney John Faegre -re- presented Mr. Paul Schmitt in objection to vacation. of
<br />Golf Terrace , and renuested some action by Council to co"i ensa.te 1.7r. Schmitt for
<br />df�na os Which will allegedly result from the closing of the street, thereby
<br />depriving hint from ingress to his property._ He was informed that 11111nc -c will
<br />convc,'T a 30- -root strip of lad at L`,ast side of z r. :Sc ?,mittis - oraaerty, to Mr.
<br />Schmitt, in return for release by 11r. Schmitt from da..ma�r n. Considerable
<br />discussion followed., with regard to cost of new drivew-:y for wEr. Schmitt, cost
<br />of removin.- hed,To, etc., rid Hatrthorne moved th_." the Vill^Te Attorney be c?irected
<br />to neTotinte .with Attorney Rafe gre and any other interested par. tic^ v:rith re. axd to
<br />the PP,ul Schmitt natter. Notion seconded by Dnners a41 carried. i
<br />, I.rs. Edith Waste presented? netiti on for the moving of a+ snal l house from 5009
<br />Indianola Avenue to Trot 8, I41illpond Place. Nlrs: Waste was informed th ^t the
<br />Build.iu- Ins-pector vroizld have to a,,3 -ti ove. the house structurally before the Council
<br />trould taiae ^.ction for Public He'x•in, ` on the ratter-- reoucctin-� ';hat she grin® a
<br />plan of proposed improvements ;end \house before the Building Ins- -)ector at icr .
<br />earlie ^t -,possible convenience. Havrthorhe mo-red that, subject to structural
<br />approv 1 ray aui ldirs= Inspector, Public Hearing on petition_ to move dwcllin 'ac
<br />set for Ronda , ' Oc'-ober 9,, 1950, at 8 ;00 P.M..
<br />Iiir. . Lyle E. Lundquist, 5217 i:inaehaha. `'B,lvd. , -presented nbtitions for the i;a)rowrcment
<br />of the ailcy_ bettreen MlinnehM�ha. Blvd. and 11- r2if:= Avenue, from 52nd Street to South
<br />boundaries of 5225 Ilinnehnaa Boulevard and 5224 Halifn= Avenue, by 'adin,T d
<br />oilin , and be establishment of proper drainage fa'cilities; said petitions si -n.ed
<br />'ay the or -raers of ten 1otc.. Hatrthorne moved that petitions be accepted, and th ^t
<br />Public Hearin.,-, on petitions be set for Monday, October 9, 1950, at 7 ;30 P.Ii.
<br />R.otion seconded by Danens sand carried.
<br />Hawthorne moved that Council direct Village ^ngineer to -orepare plans and speci-
<br />fiea.tions for above named projects, and to advertise for bids to be opened
<br />October 9, 1950, at 700 P.M., providing his estimate of each of the above
<br />improvements exceeds $500.,00. I2otion seconded by Palen and carried.
<br />Hawthorne asked to cue c ;cubed, rynd left the meetin^ at this -point.
<br />Petition dated September 22, 1950, for the dismantling of the Street Railway
<br />B-ridze at k4th Street and.Brookside Avenue, signed by many.neighboring residents,
<br />was read. Hawthornet s motion, for referral of -petition to Vil_l a-e Engineer,Public
<br />WorI_s and Public Safety Committees for study, vrrys seconded. by Child and carried.
<br />I,.r. L.B. Z:1.1-rencel s renuest for fine or j^.il sentence for the ' eencr of more that,
<br />one dog or one cat, was read. In this connection, the Council r3iscussed the
<br />nn.tter of dog catcher; and Palen moved. that Council..; .Avertize for bids for do-
<br />catcher,. : -rith Lir s to be tal,Ten October 23. Alotion seconded by Child Rnd carried.
<br />Revised Frelimir_a.n Plat of 11Ecinbrool:tt, d -;ted September 19, 1950, Was presented
<br />for a!-)roval, Tai.t_n. En.,z.rineer Olsson th^,t 'revision is in accord ,nce frith
<br />rccoM -, enCations 'oj PI?,ni?in.q- Corxmissioa. Child Is, motion for ap- roval of Revi sed
<br />Prclirl " ±r. ^i'; Pl --.t of "Edinbrooi " nas sewn ),' soy - Palei2 ^n[ L r; ^_'r-i_ed..