<br />Cortncil &%Lerviewed ITilliam Victor Hoffman, applicdt €or position of police
<br />mn Zonne of- TTsilliam Hoffman to position be approved was seconded by Utley and
<br />salary be a total of $1?5.00 per month under the provision of the Government's
<br />1'Gn-The-Job Training Program" with dum salary to be $200.00 per month was
<br />seconded by utley and czrried.
<br />Rotion by iiillson that appointment ,by Public Safety Committee Chair-
<br />Rotion by %Uson that stabking date be July 17, 1946, and that startbg
<br />There being no further bu6iness
<br />per motion &illson, seconded by
<br />to come before the meeting, it was adjourned, as
<br />Utley and carried.,
<br />Village Clerk Pro-Tem
<br />IWTSS OF THE; ADJOURNED PORTION OF
<br />JUNE 24, 1946 f.ZEETING OF BOARD OF
<br />l33Vm;J, HELD AT VILLAGE HALL JULY 22, 1946, AT 8:OO O'clock P.14.
<br />Hembers of the Council r.ri?o acted as the Board of Review were ?lillsn, Utley,
<br />&r.Schorne and Christopher, with zonne absent
<br />Village Assessor Uex Creighton presented his Register of Valuations, reporting
<br />that in accordance with request by the State Board of Taxation the total valreifiic@
<br />of the Village has been raised ten precent, five percentheing actual increase on
<br />properties, andthe other five percent being effected in those properties on
<br />which there are now improvements and wh'ch were formerly farms and have now been
<br />basis of computation for present valuations. ,
<br />matter of information, 1-k. Creighton furnish the ccucnil with a schedule of his
<br />bases of calculation for the past several years.
<br />There were no objections, either mitten or oral, to Ikb, Creightonts valuations.
<br />platted. %e Creighton explained that 3 anuary 1, 194.2 valuations were used as a
<br />I%?. Utley suggested that, as a
<br />Notion by utlex that Valuations Register be approved as submitted was seconded
<br />by Hawthorne, and carried.
<br />There being no further business to come before the Board of Review, the meeting
<br />was adjourned, by Notion I.Tillson, seconded bys'awthorne and carried.
<br />E-WmS OF TH% RXGWiR
<br />EOINA VILLAGE COUNCIL,
<br />HAIL JULY 22, 1946, at
<br />Nembers present were klillson, %ley, Hawthorne, and Christopher.
<br />Village Health O€ficer Dr. Lowell 31. Campbell reported that he and a member of the
<br />State Board of Health, &. Rogers, had investigated the drainage condition on
<br />Brooksi.de and Rutledge Avenues, and that procedues to be followed by Council would
<br />be recommended by them af-ter a meeting with Village Hanager Smith to be held
<br />Vednesday, July 31.
<br />Dr. Campbell stated that he had investigated the Garrison hp at 70th and Cahill
<br />and found it to be in good condition.
<br />Dr, Campbell recommended spraying the dump Tdth D.D.T. for extermination of
<br />flies, but stated that in his opinion the dump had nothing to do with the one
<br />case or" Polio reported in Edina,
<br />Investigation was made Sunday, July 20,
<br />Smith reported quotations by two exterminating
<br />14otion by Ejtawthorne that Health Officer Campbell and Ihnager Smith be given
<br />aughority to have the dump spx-zyed as often as necessary vas seconded by &lLson
<br />and carried.
<br />Ifotion by Utley approving I-linutes of July 8, Ilieeting as subrdtted was seconded by
<br />I?illson and carried.
<br />Utley presented bond issue of $66,000.00 for Sanitary Sewer District no. 13, for
<br />Notion by Utley approving $11;225.03 claim of Phelps Drake company for construction
<br />in Sanitary Sewer District Ho. 13, was seconded by Hawthorne and carried.