11/27/50 437 the amount of the charge.
<br />The term "individual residencesfi as used herein shall mean, in addition to a
<br />single family home, each family unit,in a duplex or multiple dwelling structurer
<br />\ Upon paynent of the statement for services hereunder xithin ten (10) days from
<br />the date thereof there aay be dedvxted from the amount thereof the aum*of fifty
<br />cents (%&) in the case of indiv2dual. residence bills and the amount of ten percent
<br />(10%) in the case of commercial bills,
<br />FURTKER RESOLVZD, that exception. sh&1 be made in the rate ?or- IndividuBl Residences
<br />. ody in the case of residences vhich request first garbage collection bbtween billing
<br />dakes; in trhich'case such residences shall be charged at the flat rate of &75 per
<br />month per residence, without benefit of discount, for each month between the date of
<br />begbaing service and the date of the next regular billing dateec -
<br />Hotion for adoption of the Eesolution was seconded by Child, and on Rollcall there
<br />were five ayes and no naXs,-.as follows:
<br />Hawthorne, aye; and Erickson, aye; and .the R
<br />Chi16 I Tillage Clerk
<br />Chairman of Public Uorks Committee Danens requisitioned one additional sw-d spreader
<br />for the Public I.?orks Crew, of the sane type as is now in use, @ich can be had from
<br />TXLliam H, Zie&er Company at a cost of approxiraately $4OO.OO. Hawthorne's motion,
<br />authorizing Tlillage Engineer to* purchase an additional sand spreader, of the same
<br />type now in use, fron T?Uiam H, Ziegler Company, was seconded by Paleh and carried.
<br />The matter of sll-night parking was discussed.
<br />31anager and Captain of Police be directed to prepare courtesy tags, and Police
<br />Department be requested-to use them to prevent all-night parking, was seconded by
<br />Palen and ccrried.
<br />I&, Olsson reported reqiested for the lighting of three ornamental lights in Edina
<br />Highlands, and recomendkd' that raquest be 'granted.
<br />recommended by Tillage Engineer and Public Utilities Committee be approved.
<br />Notion seconded by Danens and carried*
<br />Vith regad to recpest for Stop Signs and 60th and lierxes, Nr. Olsson reported
<br />he had contacted Police Comgittee of 2&apolTs Council for their opMon as to
<br />necessity far such signs, but, as yet had r6ceived no x.swer from them.
<br />ask5d to follow up this matter,
<br />Tlkre being no further business to come before Council, Hawthorne moved for
<br />,adjoumnent, Notion seconded by Palen and ca
<br />Hathhorne's motion, that Village
<br />Palen moved that lights
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<br />He was
<br />Reeting adjourned at 31:35 P.1-I.
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<br />Village Clerk
<br />XIRJTB OF THZ CAWj35 BOIeD I.EETING
<br />€BIB TJEDI$ESDAY, -DECDBEF_ 6, 1950 AT 5:30 P.K., AT THE; ~DIfVnVI-LLAGX HAIL
<br />At 5:30 P.X., 'IITednesday,. Dscember. 6, $950, the. Village- Council convened as %he
<br />Canvsssing Board, to canvass the returmof the Village Election held Decenber 5.
<br />Nembers present were Child, Danens, Palen and Ericksonr
<br />After review of the talley books by the Board, Child movad that the rsturiis as
<br />tabulated be accepted and recorded as the official returns of the December 5,1950,
<br />Village Election. Notion seconded by Palen and unanimously carrieda
<br />OFFICIXL l3E"S-mWiGE ELECTION OF 1
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<br />TOTAL VOTES 159 170 75 li.4 74 67 201 238