. 5/19/52 89 Nanager Xitchell recommended that Public Hearings be held' on petitions for
<br />Grading, Gi~avelling and Blackbopping all streets in Yirginia Avenue Addition,
<br />Itotion by Hawthorne, soheduling these Hearings for Honday, July I&, 1952, at
<br />Manager Ritcheil recomended re jec'cion of all bids taken. April L!+, 1952> for
<br />Crushed Rock.
<br />authorizing Village 3knager to advertise for bids to be' taken June 23 on Crushed
<br />Pit Run Gravel, .was seconded by Bredesen and carried.
<br />Xanager ETitchellr s written re
<br />Nower, was discussed at some cngth. Hawbhoikets motion, that action be 'cabled
<br />for present, was seconded by Child and carried,.
<br />Manager Nit chell reported to C&incii that eigh-by-seven improvement petitions
<br />have been filed this year; necessitating mucp planning and preliminary IJork on
<br />the part of the Engineering Department. He advocated the hiring of cngineering
<br />consultant to work on special assessment projects qd thus decrease the work of
<br />our own department. Hawthornets motion, authorizing Village Tknager to secure
<br />the services of a repugable consulting engineering fim, for preliminary plans,
<br />specifications and supervision on specig assessment projects, at a cost not
<br />to exceed the ordinary Engineering Charges set up by the Village for these
<br />projects (6% of contract price) was seconded by Bredesen and carried.
<br />"$0 P.N., yas seconded by Bredesen and carried. rL
<br />He recommended advertising for bids for Crushed Pit Run Gravel, ' Hawthorne's motion, rejecting crushed rock bids taken April ut, 1952, and,
<br />rt, recommending repairs to Graker, Tractor and
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<br />Ekanager Eitchell recomended Aployment of illl ,Assist&t Engineer, in order that
<br />he might be free to handle the managerial part of his position.
<br />but no action taken.
<br />"Job Classification Ordi-nance" was discussed, especially with. relation to
<br />merit and chst-of-living increases. No action taken,
<br />Ifattei- discussed,
<br />There being no further business to come before t'his, Heeting, Bredesen moved for
<br />adjouqment. Notion seconded by Child and unanimously carried. X'feeting adjourned
<br />at 11:lO P&.
<br />- Nembers answering Rollcall were Bredescn, Child and Danenso
<br />presided until. arrival of Nayor Erickson later in the evening, an$ lleputy Clerk
<br />Ninutes of the Regular >Ieetiiig of May 1252952 and Ld journed Portion of Bray 12th
<br />Meeting held Ilay 19, were approved as submitted, by rnotion Bredesen, seconded by
<br />Danens and carriedr
<br />Acting Nayor Child announced that the Public efIearing on proposed Sanitary Sewer
<br />for ti. 56th Street b etwe en Code Avenue and Hansen Road will not be had; that it
<br />'is not necessary because this improvement has already been ordered in'on Council.'s
<br />P.i.rar Child theq &nnounced public Hear<ng in the pe-bition of George L&dlllad to
<br />rezone to Commnity Store Dist-rict certain properties a$ junction of State
<br />Highway No. 169 and Eden ilvenue.
<br />in Cdina-iriorningside Courier as of Ihy 8 and 15, 19.52, was read, approved as to
<br />Uay 6, 1952.
<br />on the fact that the Council has not yet honored his ovm petition for rezoningo
<br />He stated that hi; objection will be withdrawn upon assurance that his own
<br />property wifi be rezoned. Idianiger fEt chell rsported the Planning Colllznissionf s
<br />re6omendations of April 9,1952, re-a_filirming _former recommendations for the
<br />Fezoning of this and other &operties in this- vicinity.
<br />following^ Ordinance, moving 'chat the Council dispense vrith second reading and
<br />adopt Or'dina;ce a's read:
<br />Tqustee Child
<br />c F < '- +Lden acted as Clerk, e
<br />own motion, after Pubkic Hearing held lapt fall.< -
<br />'Affidavit of Publication $or llotice of Hearing
<br />1-t~~ Chh &arson was the only objector, his objections being based
<br />. form and ordered placed on file; and Dequty Clerk read Certificate of Posting
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