<br />x** Kembers answering
<br />entering later as
<br />I- -- * .. Rollcall were Bred&&, Cdd; Danms and Erickson, with Hawthorn8
<br />recorded below.
<br />EnUtes of the January 28th lfeeting were approved as submitted, by motion Child,
<br />seconded by Danens and carried*
<br />Xr* Jacdbs presented petitions for Grading, Gravelling, Sanitarg Sewer, Water Ebin
<br />and Blacktopping, for streets in Virginia Avenue Addition. 3hager r.litchell reported
<br />that cerbab easements have yet.to be secured before full street right-of-way is in
<br />the name of the Village, and recornended that nothing further be done until said
<br />easements are in, Danensf moticm, $hat Council act in accordance withManager*s
<br />reeomendations, was seconded bJa: Chjcld and carried*
<br />Clerk Hawthorne entered the meeting at this time.
<br />Final Plat of !%icbnond Hills Third Addition'! was presented, together vith Planning
<br />Commission Becoimneridations that .Council approve it. I-kmager EEtchell eqlaned that
<br />Final plat does not agree with Preliminary Plat as presented; that one tract included
<br />in the-pre- plat has been removed from final plat; that four lots facing Hansen
<br />Boad were not included in preliminq but have been included as part of final plat.
<br />After reviewing Planning Conmission Recommendations, Hawthorne's motion that Final
<br />Plat of Richond Hills Third Addition be approved for record, was seconded by
<br />Redesen and carried. I
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<br />Xdina-Horningside Courier's notification of theh approval. as a %econd=class news-
<br />paper" was filed trith Council. .Assistant Editor .Hanson corroborated this .with letter
<br />from Washington. Havhhorne*s motion, that EcEna-3fombgside Courier be designated as
<br />2Xtbar-s Official Publication for balance of year .1952, subject to their grant of ten
<br />percent discount from bid price, .for cash, was.seconded by Danens and carried,
<br />The matter of contract for relief adminigtration for Edina for the year 1952 was
<br />discussed, and Child offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption=
<br />EEWLUTION FOR COICCRAW 2IITH
<br />SUBURBAN riEmEPpN COUNTY mIEF
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<br />BE IT BESOIYED. That the contract.submit;ted by the Suburban Hemepin County -~ -
<br />Relief Board of - the'County of Hemepin for ,the administration and supervision of
<br />poor relief in the Village of Edina be accepted and approved: and
<br />BE ITP mfIETHER RESOLVED, That the proper officers of said Village of Edina be
<br />direc%ed.to execute said contract in duplicate and when executed to return one of
<br />said contracts to the Suburban Hermepin County f3.elief Boardt
<br />The question was on the adoptioi of the resilution and the roll being called there were
<br />five ayes and no nays, as follous: Bredesen, aye; Child, aye; Danens, aye; Hawthorne,
<br />aye; andErickson, aye; and so the Resolu$ion.w
<br />The following license applications were received, appJicants having been approved by
<br />Police Department:
<br />~ Ferdinand A. Hollen, dba Graukev Drugs, 5poiVernon Bvee - Okf-Sale 3*2 Beer
<br />to April 1, 1952
<br />, .Food, Cigargtte ----- to April 1, 1952 -
<br />Herle P. aer, dba Purity D&y. Store, 5018 @ance,Avem Sodff-Sale 3.2.Beer,
<br />Iiawthornets motion, that licensis be granted, was sgconded by Damns and carried.
<br />Claim of Virginia Burnett, in alpount of $10,000, for injuries allegedly suffered to
<br />leg and ankle ia a fall on the pider.ra;Lk at 3940 Vest 492 Street, was filed and, by
<br />motion Hawthorne, seconded by Dwens and capied3- was referred to Village Attorney
<br />Windhorst for investigation. .
<br />&mager IEtchell presented Fjnai Plat of llCarolane", situated Vest of Cahill School
<br />and South of U.7Oth St*reet.
<br />reviewed, but Jir. Nitchell reported to Council that a drainage problem exists here.
<br />Hawthorne* s motion, that action be deferred pending discu6szon between Village
<br />Manager and Developer with regard to correction of drainage problem, was seconded by
<br />Danens and carried.
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<br />FTanning Commission recommendation for approval was