<br />MINUTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL
<br />TIE3 VILLAGE OF EDINA AT A SPECI#L MEETING THEREOF HE332
<br />.QH THE 21 st,DAX .OR MAY
<br />E'resldelzt J.T,Delaney called the meeting to order,
<br />All members present ht Trustee H.J,Hnudsen.
<br />0 The mee-tlng was called to look over the Building Ordinance covering
<br />complaints agafnst Mr.Rixon,and to discuss the Nothern State Power Franchise and others matters.
<br />1% was decided that if the Xillage Attorneg found the ordinance
<br />covered Mr.A.H,N%xon's case,we mould take legal action agafnst,him.
<br />Tbe Clerk vias instructed to tee the Ordinance book to the Attorney
<br />In the matter of granting the Northern States Power a franch%se,It
<br />was moved by Trusree S,K,Strong and eeconded by Trustee C,F,Prescott
<br />the franchise be laid over until1 the next regular meeting,carried.
<br />Mr.J,Moore's crossing gas taken up and after duly considering the 7
<br />niatter, the Clerk was instructed to write the Street Car Co.requestfng the cmssing as predous3y asked for. *c
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<br />SPECIAL MEETIRG HELD MAY 23rd 1924.
<br />President J,T.Delaney called the meeting to order,
<br />.All members aas-crered roll call but Trustee H,J,Hnudsen.
<br />The meeting vas c'allcd for hearing the complaint of a delegaelion of
<br />I7 of Brookside residents,protestfng $he mixing plant of the General
<br />Contracting Company located on the Dan Patch Ram, Brookside.
<br />For mixing the paring for the Country Club oistrict Browndale.
<br />Attorney H.R,Hewit% was present also Mr.LaVarre of the Contracting
<br />of .Mrs .C .R'.VTnson,Mrs ,W,S. &.E, J,L,Rutledge,%r Ek Mrs John
<br />Salsbwg and sthem,
<br />Wfx-,Madison asked if the Council had given the Contraction company
<br />pezmiss2bf.i to operate on the RailxIay right, of way. He was answered
<br />in the negative as none had been asked for.or needed.
<br />The Villsge Attorney H,R,Hewftt explained'to them that it vias a pamonal and not 8 Village maeter and the aourts were open to them.
<br />e Mr,Madfson acted 8s spolrsman fop the delegation consistfng
<br />Mr.LaVarre explained the Proi4abng Of the plane and assured them he
<br />would take every precaution to disturb them as little as possible, '
<br />MPS Vinson spoke of the trucks driving too fast by the school children
<br />The Contractor assured her he mould. see to it that the drivers would
<br />Nir.Geo .Blatre of the EXectrlc Co .was present and their franchise vias
<br />discussed,it was decided that Attg.Hevri.tt would meet' Electric Go? s Attorney and 'redraft the franchise.!l!rustee S.K.StPong made a motlon to that effebt,
<br />The Brf6g8 .over the Mpls .N .& Southern tracks was .talked over and
<br />decided Unsafe for heavy trafflc,and thought best to post the bridge,
<br />The Clerk was asked to notify the R,R.Comgany of its condition and
<br />ask.for repairs at :bc-'made at once, .The Clerk nas also ,to see about
<br />The County Commfssioners. asked orally for a letter of approval from the V+llage Council approving the ditch they were planning on%ine
<br />Mile Creek,running South from the Poor Farm. The Clerk was instructed. to write the County Cornisstoners a letter of approvaljupon-motion of Trustee C,F.PrescOtt,seconded by Trustee
<br />S;K,Strong. .
<br />Cieefing adjoW%6
<br />' clean up. and get avfay- as won as posslbla.
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<br />~ be capeful.
<br />.- some .cards for posting bridges,
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