<br />1.- OF THE ADJOURt3ED F0E;TION OF THE I
<br />J APEIL 28TH I*mTa$G OF THE EDIUA VILLAGE
<br />CO-UNKCL, HEID ItONDAY, I.'wY 5; 1952, AT 7:30-P.M., dT THE XDIi?A VIL1L23GE HALL,
<br />Hembers answering Rollcall were Child, Danens, and Erickson, with the other members
<br />coning later, as recorded below. I.
<br />Ike Ralph Wormsbecker requested franchise for construction of water main on France
<br />of Council irill be present.
<br />Trustee Bredesen arrived at-this time,
<br />lek. and 1.k~. Harveyhdresen, 1822-llth Avenue South, petitioned for permit to move
<br />the old Stow home from 5540-Normandale Road to 5313 West 60th Street.
<br />written approval of several-of the neighbors, -Child*s motion, that petition be
<br />referred to Builag Inspector for his report at the next meeting,-and that Public
<br />Hearing on petition be held-at that time, was seconded by Danens and carried.
<br />ltrs, Roy Landstrom, 5633 Izoodda3.e Avenue led a-delegation pleading for relief from
<br />dust on Vooddale Avenue, stating that the dust condition, besides being decidedly
<br />inconvenient, comprises a definite health hazard to those in the neighborhood
<br />suffering from allergies. Delegation informed work wuld be done at once.
<br />Atdelegatih from Tloodland %ad requested that Council oil the street to lay dust
<br />until such time as street can be prepared for blacktopping by regzading for drainage.
<br />Clerk Hawthorne arrived while Ilke -Nevquist of Harrison Avenue was requesting the
<br />oiling of his street not later than tomorrow, to relieve his neighborhood of bad
<br />dust conditions ,
<br />A petition, signed by 9873 of the property owners on Richmond Drive between Highway
<br />lo. 100 and Richmond Circle, was presented by a gentleman who requested that
<br />emergency action be taken to oil the street sothat property owners could remove
<br />their * storm windows e
<br />After hearing the above pleas for oil and W, ZtitcheU's report d the especially
<br />dusty condition throughout the Village, considerable discussion was had and Hawthorne
<br />offered the followhg Resolution and moved its adoption:
<br />He was asked to wa5t until later in the meeting when a full representation
<br />They presented
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<br />-r - EESOLUTION. FOR Z*mmCY OILING .J
<br />have been filed for-either Oiling or Blacktopping, the Village Hanager and Zngineer
<br />be and hereby is authorized to proceed immediately with application of oil; said
<br />work to be done in advance of Public Heeings for bprovements providing said
<br />Nanager-deems it expedient-and in the interest of public health and safety so to
<br />BE IT FURTHIB RXSOLVED that this measure is taken by this Council as an
<br />emergency measure only, to dlleviat~xtn unhealthful and hazardous dust condition,'
<br />Xotion for adoption of Resolution was seconded by Child, and on Rollcall there were
<br />five-ayes and no nays, as follows: Bredesen,. aye; aye; Hawthorne,
<br />aye; and Erickson, aye; and the Besolution was a
<br />aE IT XE3ClLKEXI by this Village Council that in a31 cases where proper petitions
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<br />Hathhorne's motion, that the Village Nanager and Engineer be authorized to make
<br />emergency dust coat applications of oil as rapidly as possible, and,trithout assess-
<br />ments, on blacktopped streets which have broken up, was seconded, by Danens and
<br />unanimously carried. -
<br />Hanager 1iitcheI.l advocated the scarifying of broken-up blackLopped streets, in order that pelcinanent, ratler than temporary, repair be effected,
<br />directing Village lhnager to arrange demonstration of a pulverizer, was seconded by
<br />Bredesen and carried.
<br />The matter of blacktopped streets in Valley View Heights and Countryside additions cane again before the Council for consideration, Hawkhornets motion, that Council
<br />advertise for bids forthe reconstruction of streets in Val1eyVier.r Heights and
<br />Countryside Additions, with said bids to be taken Xonday, June 23, vas seconded by
<br />Child and carried,
<br />HarSnorne's notion,.
<br />Petition was presented for the Blackbopping of York Avenue between W,58th and TI,
<br />be set for Honday, Iky 26, at 7:30 P.I.I., was seconded by Hawthorne and carried,
<br />Childrs notion, that petition be accepted, and that Public Hearing