LEnutes o the regular meeting o the Council
<br />of the Village of-Edina, held-in Grange Hall
<br />on April 28th, 190, at 8:OO o'clock p. IL
<br />The meeting was called to order by the President, the roll called and all
<br />members of the Council rrere present except Trustee Wyatt.
<br />Zinutes of the regular meeting of the Council held on April I&, 194l, and
<br />the recessed portions of the same meeting duly held on April 21, l9U, and
<br />April 24, 1941, were read. On motion Irgens they be approved as read,
<br />seconded by TYillson and carried.
<br />The Village and Road Crew payroll advances, together with bill of Village of
<br />St. Louis Park for fire depa&ment service in amount of $90.00, and statement
<br />of Lametti and Lametti for contract installation of water main ia and along
<br />Vooddale Avenue from Golf Terrace to West 55th Street, to be assessed against
<br />the benefited property, duly recommended for payment by Village Attorney grid
<br />approved for payment by Village Ehgineer, in total amount $1581.44, per bid,
<br />were on motion FJiuson duly allowed and ordered pdd, seconded by Irgens and
<br />D. F. XcGuire offered surveyor's proposed plat of part of the Darcy farm, lo-
<br />cated near the intersection of West 70th Street and Cahill Road, which was
<br />referred to Road and Bridge Committee.
<br />Messrs. Jackson and Prouse presented additional signers for water main exten-
<br />sion on Wooddale, Kellogg, Oaklavm and Brookview Avenues.
<br />Attorney Perry R. Hoore of Stinchfield, EdackaU, Crounse and Moore, and
<br />Village Attorney Holten discussed at length the recent court decision by
<br />Judge Montgomery and recommended that appeal be taken, whereupon Trustee
<br />Willson moved that the attorneys for the Village be authorized and directed
<br />to perfect an appeal to Supreme Court from decision of Judge uontgomery in
<br />case of Country Club District Service Company vs. Village of Edina, seconded
<br />byldoore and declared unanimously carried.
<br />Bids as advertised were received on one Police Car, as follows:
<br />Hayden Motor Company:
<br />ll9Q Ford V-8 Deluxe lpdoor, per advertised
<br />requirements, net. ............................ .%: 359.00 i.
<br />Edina Garage:
<br />1190 Plymouth &door Deluxe, per advertised
<br />requirements, net. ............................ .$ 467.00
<br />Dahlberg Bros.: 1l94l Ford V-8 Deluxe &-door, per advertised
<br />requirements, net. ............................. .$ 399.77
<br />which on motion Eloore, be referred to Police Committee for tabulation and
<br />recommendation, seconded Irgens and carried.
<br />The matter of enacting an ordinance regulating Oil Filling Stations came be-
<br />fore the Council, with affected residents being both for and against all
<br />night operation. After considerable discussion, Uoore moved the proposition
<br />go over to the regular meeting of the Council. to be held on May %thy
<br />seconded by Irgens and cwEed.
<br />Oscar Gaarden advised the Council that an additional deep well, pump, house
<br />and lot would cost about $10,000.00, and that, it would take 60 days or more
<br />in which to have ready for use.
<br />25th was read, advising that an adequate water supply was desirable. No
<br />action was taken on the matter, it being brought out in the discussion that
<br />if an emergency developed, that additional water might be procured from the
<br />City of Uinneapolis, or that lawn sprinkling could be restricted during peak
<br />load hours, if necessary.
<br />It was moved by PJillson that the application of Weap0X.s Gas Light COmPW?
<br />for permission to lay 600 feet of gas main in and along Uerilane Road, from
<br />Lot 18 to Lot 20, be granted, seconded Irgens and carried.
<br />A letter from Fire Underwriters dated April