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MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ‘ <br />EDrPTA VILLAGE C0UNCIL”HELD IN VILLAGE <br />HALL AT 7t30 P,M, MONDAY, SUNE 5, 1944 <br />All members of the cokbcil were present. <br />County Commissioner Einar Jeppesen and Z3merman, deputy county highway engineer, were present with working’ plans prepared by Zimmerman for paving of France avenue from Forty-ninth to Fifty-first streets. <br />Motion to approve and adopt said plans for paving of France avenue from <br />Forty-ninth to Fifty-p’irst streets and to authorize appropriate village <br />officials to open negotiations with the City of Minnkapolis and <br />Wnneapolis Street RaZlway Coo for a joint agreement for proceeding <br />with the project at the earliest zossible date was made by Hawthorne, <br />seconded by Willson and carried. <br />Arthur Peterson appeared to it?i&ques$ increase in compensation for <br />collecting garbage in the village, <br />for‘ recommendation at the next meeting6 <br />The matter was referred to Utley <br />Capt, Kurtz, son of the owner of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Block 5, Brookside, appeared to 2nquire the attituae of the council <br />regarding application for rezoning of said’lots for community store USQ. <br />He was informed action by the planning commfssion and council could <br />not be expected until plans of the school board regarding construction of ti hi& school ana of the state highway department regarding grade separation at Fiftieth street and Nomandale road and until the planning <br />commission has completed study of the neighboring area. <br />Motion to adjourn was made by Hawthorne, seconded by Utley and carried. <br />BBXNUTES OF THE REGULAR BAEETING OF <br />EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL lfELD IN VILLAGE <br />HALL AT 8 P,H, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1944 <br />All menibers of the cotmoil were present. <br />Ninutes of the regular council m6eting of May 22, 1944, and the special <br />council~meetlng of‘ June 5, 1944, were read and apporved, <br />Motion to approve and dZow the following bills was rn&&,by Wyate, <br />seconded by Willson and carried: <br />1 <br />GENERAL FUND <br />Name <br />Art Peterson‘ <br />Claim’No. <br />1751 <br />Village of Hopkins 17 52 <br />Minneapolis Gas Light 00, 1753 <br />Hardware Mutual Casualty Coo 1754 City of? Mpls. Treasurer 1755 Wm. H, Ziegler Co. 1756 <br />Bud Brooks Pure Oil 175’7 J, V, Gleason 1758 <br />Dahlberg Bros., Inc. 1759 <br />Miller6Davis Coo 1760 <br />Mpls. Blue Printhg Co. 1761 <br />American Printing Coo 1762 <br />Berg and Farmham Co, 1763 <br />Ninnesota“ : Tree Service 1764 <br />Tierney-Wiggin Nursery 1’765 <br />To We ROShOlt (30, ’ 3766 <br />Dale Green 1767 <br />E, Perry 1768 ’ <br />Minneapolis Iron Store si- 1769 <br />Northwestern Bell TeL Coo 1770 Harry T. Peters ’1771 1772 <br />3.773 ’ Justus Lumber Co, <br />Mrs, C, Cornelius * Oscar Roberts 2% CO~ ‘1774 Snternational Harvester Coo ‘2775 ’ Herman Gliem’ 1776 ’ Maurice Le Rotschild & Co, 1777 Glacier Sand & Gravel Coo ‘3,778 ’ <br />4 a <br />Amount <br />$484.75 <br />Total