<br />Work must be done as described in plans and specifications on file in
<br />the office of the Village Clerk.
<br />deposit of $10.00, which deposit will be refunded upon return of said plans and
<br />cash deposit, bid bond or certified check payable to the Village Clerk in the
<br />amount of at least ten percent of amount of base bid.
<br />the right to reject any or all bids.
<br />Plans and specifications are available for a
<br />No bids will be considered unless sealed and accompanied by
<br />The Council reserves
<br />BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL.
<br />GRETCHEN S. ALDEN
<br />Village Clerk
<br />Each and all of the terms of the foregoing advertisement for bids are 3.
<br />hereby adopted as the terms and conditions of award of the contract for said
<br />Motion for adoption of Resolution was seconded by Kohler on Rollcall there
<br />were four ayes and no nays, as follows: Beim, aye; Koh e; Tupa, aye; and
<br />Dickson, aye; and the Resolution was adopted.
<br />CLAIMS PAID.
<br />List dated March 28, 1960
<br />Beim's motion for payment of the following Claims, as per Pre-
<br />General Fund $36,184.47 Liquor Fund . $36,978.80
<br />Construction Fund 22,445.94 Sewer Rental Fund 235.34
<br />Park & Park Const. 1 , 286.23 Improvement Fund 648.82
<br />Waterworks Fund . 3,433.26 $101,212.86
<br />and the following Refunds for Sanitary Sewer C-1 Assessments :
<br />Claim No. 13413 - Yinn. Fed. Svgs. & Loan $869.39
<br />13414 - Twin City Fed. Svgs. & Laon 39.09 1
<br />13415 - Geo. C. Sayer 36.04
<br />13416 - NIJ Fed. Svgs. & Loan 40.67
<br />13417 - Mpls. Svgs. & Loan 50.21
<br />13418 - The Stow Co. 72.08
<br />13419 - Prudential Ins. Co. 36.04
<br />was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />The meeting's agenda's having been completely covered, Kohler moved for
<br />adjournment to 5:OO P.M., Monday, April 4, at' the Village Hall.
<br />by Tupa and carried.
<br />Motion seconded
<br />Meeting adjourn
<br />Village Clerk
<br />MINUTES OF THE ADJOURNED PORTION OF THE
<br />MARCH 28, 1960 REGULAR MEETING OF THE EDINA
<br />VILLAGE COUNCIL, HELD MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1960
<br />AT 5:OO P.M., AT THE EDINA VILLAGE HpLL
<br />Members answering Rollcall were Beim, Kohler and Tupa.
<br />CONTRACT AWARDED FOR REPAIRS TO WATER WELL NO. 4.
<br />Tabulation of the three bids taken this morning for repairs to water well No. 4,
<br />bids being as follows: Bergerson-Caswell Co., $4,715.00 Base Bid, plus $2,300
<br />for furnishing and installing new screen and attachments, using the 40 Ft.
<br />existing bottom section of 8'' Pipe; Tri-State Well Drilling Co., $5,722.00 Base,
<br />plus $3,545 for screen; Layne-Minn. Co., $7,422.00 Base, plus $5,175 for screen.
<br />Mr. Hyde told Council he feels that all bids are high, but that because of the
<br />,urgency in getting the well in working order he will recommend award of.contract
<br />to the low bidder.
<br />Caswell Co., was seconded by Tupa and carried.
<br />Manager Hyde presented a
<br />Beim's motion, that contract be awarded to Bergerson-
<br />COUNCIL TO CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING ON PAVING OF w.493, ST~EET, AND HALIFAX AVENUE.
<br />Nanager Hyde presented preliminary estimates of cost for the construction of
<br />concrete curb and gutter and bituminous surface treatment in W.49k Street extended
<br />West of Halifax Avenue at the Post Office property, asking that Public Hearings
<br />be set for these improvements.
<br />travelled W.49% Street, and of Halifax Ave. between W.49S and W.50th Streetd,and
<br />because of the heavy traffic on these two streets, it was decided that Council
<br />will call public hearing on the construction of concrete paving on W.49% Street
<br />from France Avenue West, to and including the cul-de-sac, and on Halifax Avenue
<br />between W.49% St. and W.5Oth St., as soon as plans anci estimates for same can be
<br />prepared by Village Engineer.
<br />However, because of the break-up of the now-
<br />Agenda's having been covered, Tupa moved - for adjournment. Motion seconded by
<br />Beim and carried. Adjournment at
<br />i Cleric