<br />of Police Officer Wrobleski.
<br />by Ifillson and carried.
<br />Letter from Iarson and McLaren, inquirhg as to procedure 'co be follaved in continuing
<br />plans for a house for Mrs. J, 0. Maland, to be locatea on t;he smth 80 feet of Lots 42
<br />and 43, Auditor's Subd. No. 172, was read.
<br />discussion upon proposed condemnation of property for parking lot.
<br />to inform Larson-and McIaren that the Council is tin no posikion to begin condemnation
<br />proceedings until: such time as Planning Commission and Courrcil agree upon a defini%e *
<br />parking plan, and that we are therefore, in no position to -offer definite information
<br />at this time. 0 e
<br />Preliminary Plat .of E. Ten Acres of NE *1/4 of SI? 3/4 of Section 29, Township 28,- Range
<br />24, by C. Moe, wzs presented to the Council for a-pproval, having been approved by
<br />Planning Cormnission November 4. Mr. Smith recommended approval by the Council, stating
<br />that the plat presented is the best way of platting the small tract of land, and that
<br />Mr. Moe has filed. latter from the Deputy Clerk oPthe Village of Richfield stating that
<br />the thirty feet on the Richfield side of Xerxes Avenue is laid out and approved by
<br />them. Motion by Eawthorne that prelimiaary plat be approved by Council was seconded by
<br />Willson and carried.
<br />3I.r. Smith asked for Council's views on possibility of pllr. Rekdahlls installing sewer
<br />main between lots. in his pla-t, instead of in dedicated streets, as is the usuappro-
<br />cedure. It was opinion.of Council that. such installation be rejected because of
<br />difficulty of access to mains for maintenance purposes.
<br />Notion by Hawthorne that license be granted was seconded
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<br />This letter was written pursuant to informal
<br />Manager was directed
<br />Petition signed by Mr, F. Carlson, 5225- Minnehaha- Blvd. for. improvement of the alley
<br />between Mimehaha. Blvd, and Halifax Avenue in order to make- it passable throughout the
<br />year, was presented by Mr. Carlson. MP. Willson stated thadc the Village Crew would*do*
<br />some gravelling in the alley this winter if possible, and if not, it would be done in
<br />the spring, Mr. Carlson said that insofar as he was concerned it is not too important
<br />that the work be done immediately3.'but khat some of the residents are having a
<br />difficult time and would appreciate anything which can be done,
<br />Matter of Garbage*Collection was referred to Committee Meeting of December 1.
<br />There being no further business to come-before the Council,-Willsonls motion for ad-
<br />journment was seconded by Hawthorne and carried.
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<br />NCEE: FO2 BOARD :OF' CANVASS MEETING OF bECEMEBR?L, 1947, S& PAGE 338A
<br />MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
<br />OF THE EDINA VILLAGE COUNCIL,
<br />HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1947,
<br />AT THE EDNA VIILAGE HALL.
<br />Members present were Child, Willson, Hawthorne, Christopher and Utley, with Utley
<br />coming late as recorded below.
<br />Motion by Child, approving Minutes of November 24 Regular Meeting, and December 4
<br />Board of Canvass Meeting as submitted, was seconded by Willson and carried.
<br />Motion by Nillson, authorizing payment of the following Village Payrolls:
<br />Payroll of December 1 to December 15, 1947
<br />Payroll of December 15 to December 31, 1947 Election Paeoll-Village Election of December 2, 1947p 198,OO *
<br />$3,715.44 * - 49040.39
<br />1,610~25 . Firemen's Payroll-December 1, 1946 to November 30, 1947
<br />was seconded by Child and carried.
<br />VILLAGE OF EDINA
<br />*.* . . FOR PERIOD DECEMBER L TO DECEMBER 35, 1947
<br />NAME -
<br />Gretchen Schussler
<br />Bernice Johnson
<br />Helene Freeman
<br />Louise Westerberg
<br />Sub-t otal
<br />TOTAL WITH. RETIRE. HOSP, NET
<br />EARNINGS TAX DEDUCT DEDUCT PAY
<br />1531 1532