<br />R3SOLuI1ION SET!l?IXG ASSESSNEEi! HEiAEING-S!EUGEl? IEPROTE%ENI!
<br />If04 Zl-GRADING OF GROW, S!EREEg,- FBOM BUCY A- 20 766.2 -- .3EET' IES'P. 2HEBBOF
<br />I'm purkat to Resolution +opte_d'bg 'the Goukil August 25, 1947, 8
<br />.contract has been let for the improvement of Grove Street from Tracy Avenue to
<br />766.2 feet %st thereof by putting same to Permanen$ Grade; andsthe Clerk with
<br />the assistaqce of the engineer has calculated the proger amount to be-specially
<br />assessed for such fqrovement against every'lot, piece, or parcel of"1,md abutt-
<br />ing such improvement as provided'by law, which proposed assessment fs now on
<br />file with the Clerk and open to public inspection, now therefore,
<br />BE IT RESOLVED by the ldina Village Council tbat the said work of improving
<br />sefd street is hereby accepted znd designated as Street Improvement No, 21; that
<br />the Clerk is directed to cause notice to 6e published in-Hennepin County Review,
<br />Hopkins, Minn. on October 28, 1948, that this Council wil& meet *on November 22, 1948 at the Village Ha51 to pass upon said proposed assessment; thkt the total .
<br />cost of said improvement is determined to be $373.06.,
<br />Motion for a;doption of the Resolution was seconded by Child; and on Rollcall there
<br />were five ayes and no nays, 3s follgvst
<br />Rawthorne, aye; and Cooper, aye; and the Resolution wai adopted,
<br />Child, age; Palen, aye; l?illson, aye;
<br />-1 President of the Village Cpfhcil
<br />ffater-Department Sipt, Floehler reported that heat woulil bee needed in the
<br />Halifax Avenue Pump House. Child moved, approving purchase of circulating oil
<br />burner. -Motion seconded by Hawthorne and carried,
<br />Police Czpta5n Krtutsonis notice that report iould be Gde-on ksiness District
<br />traffic s2tuatipn at meeting of Xovember 8, was read.
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<br />Zhere being no further,business to come before the Co&cil, meeting. was adjourned,
<br />by Notion WiX.lson, seconded by Palen and car
<br />. -@. Pursuant td' due call 'a% noti6e;"Meeting w% convene& at 7:OO P.M,, with dL
<br />Council Members except Trustee -- Palen answerbg -. Rollcdl, and Palen coning. late.
<br />Purpose of Ileeting iris to receiqe recomenaations of -Volunteer Fire Department,
<br />hibers of 'the Fire Department $resent tverd Fire Chief Chris Ijitzel, and
<br />Messrs. Ha&y Hanseni r Ernmt Hadsen and R,
<br />Nr. Mitzel :presented'three recohendations 'for'grass"fire control, which he
<br />asked be iqcorporated into Ordiliance No. 7,' by amenhient.
<br />recommendations be rGferred to village Atgo5ney for Checking as to legal questions
<br />involved, Fd for drhting as ahendment t6 pire Ordinance.
<br />Hawthorne moved that
<br />Motion seconded by
<br />Child and garried. , .I*
<br />In connectj.on with a$ove recommendations, Mr, Nitzel presented report of fire
<br />as against- 37 fires pf other t~es,
<br />November lit letter from 11. C. Freitag, Engineer for' Ffre Underwriters Inspection
<br />Bureau, adpising of $heir inabiiity to meet with Couhcil this evening, was read+
<br />Hawthorne moved that sire Underwriters repkesentativ'os be invited to attend
<br />meeting on* November 22, 194%. Motion seconded by-Palen and carried.
<br />Mr. Harry Hansen reiuested 'reim'ursement to Fire Department delegates to various
<br />schools ah conventikns which are held-each xes, asking that men be reimbursed
<br />for time lost fron their regula? positions, mileage ,+ and miscellaneous exrpenses.
<br />Department was requested to draft schedule of hourly pay ad expenses, and present
<br />it to CoUrici.1 at ned regular meeting for their consvideration.
<br />F calls ansqred to date this ye&, showing a total of'96 grass and rubbish fires,
<br />Report filed with Clerk.