<br />with Xr. Eldon Horris, Chairman of the Liquor Control Commission,
<br />Manzger of the store, Mter,some discupion, the following
<br />by the Coijncil:
<br />that th; CouncPl establish policy of hafing phssiaal inventory
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<br />Council ne* met
<br />&d Mr, Krppley,
<br />%tion was taken
<br />Child moved
<br />taken in the Ihnicipl Liquor Store every 90 days. Motion secondea 'by
<br />Palen moved that Hr. Child be directed to investigate possibilities of
<br />smaller cash register to provide defmte record of sales of Beer and.
<br />p.lix. Notion seconded"by Hawthorne and carried.
<br />Hawthornsts motfon, referring matter of tvo bad checks to VilZagh Attorney
<br />9th directions to make collection from Veteran's Administration, and if
<br />necessary, to start cfvfl action for recovery, yaS seconded by Pden .and
<br />Hatrthorne moved that it be established as ioJ,icy %ha% the kesponsibility
<br />for aceeptingpersond checks at the Zipor Store be the sole responsibility
<br />of the lhager of the Store, and that-it be policy that persou checks on
<br />out-of-town banks be not accepted from persons known to the l-l.~an&er to be
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<br />* Pden ad carried, -
<br />- ;; responsible. Motion seconded by Child and car +- ea- -;e ,.
<br />Hr. George Willson reported a telephoned request for the fire department to pranp
<br />out floodedbasements, and asked Council. to formulate policy for future requests
<br />of this type, After considerable discussion, Ifillson noved Ghat Fire Depaxtment
<br />38 instructed to answer no future-calls for the pumping of basements, -Hotion
<br />seconded by Child and cm2ed,
<br />-3kvthorne's motion, directing Village Hkalth Officer Campbell to make inspection
<br />of all food disppnsaries within the ne9 month, was seconded 'by Child and carried.
<br />Hawthorne reported safety hazards at 'IGravg's Griddle and the oil station located
<br />at 9th and France, Willson's motion, that-matter be referred to Public Safety
<br />Conmittee wi$h authorization-to act, vas seconded 3y Palen and carried.
<br />Havthorne*S motibn, that Gshge Collection ad Sewer' Rental bills be billed on
<br />&ril I, 1949 for a three-raonths' period, kd again on July 1, 19@, . for a six-
<br />months' period; ana that VUIage-Attorney be directed to make the amendments
<br />necessary to the respective ordjnances to allow for billing in the manner
<br />recommended by the State Public Eaiuiner, vas seconded by Child and carries.
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<br />Villson's motion for adjohent -was seconded by Child and-carried,
<br />pTll&tge Clerk
<br />Nembers present were Child, Willson, Palen, Hawthorne, and Cooper. 0
<br />Xinutes of Regular Mee%ing of Pebrmary 28, 1949, were approved as sulmitted, by
<br />llotfon Willson, seconded 3y Child and carried.
<br />Dr. Lowell H. Campbell repor€ed that health inspections have been made on all
<br />Xdina food estaBlishments; tbt dl are in good order excegt the establishment
<br />on 54th znd l?rance, known as
<br />aishwasher nor Pestroom, and for vhich establishment he would not recornmend
<br />fssning a licease.
<br />Hawthorne moved that license renewals be tabled until &€arch 28. Seconded by Child
<br />and carried,
<br />and ['Gravg's Griddle,n which has neither
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<br />Hawthorne moved that the operator of the E-Dinette be notified that conditions in
<br />his establishment do not meet the requirements of the Board of Health and that
<br />dess retplrements are met by March 28, his license will not be renetred for the
<br />coming yeax; and that he be invited to meet with the Council on l&ch 28,
<br />seconded by Palen and carried,
<br />Hawthorne moved that bids taken Pebruary 28 For fire hose and ladders be rejected,
<br />and that Clerk be authorized to re-advertise. Notton seconded by Palen and carried, .