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A motion was made by Clausen, and seconded by Savage that the Clerk be <br />authorized to write a letter to the Great Northern Railroad in regards <br />to the location of the signals in the plans which were presented to the <br />Council. •Motion carried. <br />Mayor Fourtner suggested that -the second week in .May be made clean-up <br />week. A motion was. made by Clausen and seconded by McGibbon that the <br />second week in May be made clean-up week. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Clausen and seconded by McDonell that Mrs. Brooks <br />be. given two weeks notice to•take down the observation tower or. the City <br />will rCmove it and salvage the material. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by McGibbon and seconded by McDonell that the Ordinances <br />be enforced that require a license be paid. After some discussion i,,1cGibbon <br />withdrew his motion. <br />A motion was made by 'McGibbon and seconded by Savage that the water and <br />street committees turn in a report on the post-war program at the next <br />meeting of the Council. Motion carried. <br />There being no further bus-iness.the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk Mayor <br />May 15, 1945 <br />The Council me.t in regular session with Mayor Fou-rtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present Chandler, McDonell, McGibbon, <br />Jones, Hansen and Clausen. <br />A motion was madedby Hansen and seconded by Chandler that the bills of Ray <br />Mcaeever for labor on the street for >72 and on the water for 4p12, which <br />were approved. by the finance committee be alloyed. Motion carried. <br />Fo bids were received on the sewer. Engineer Sievers stated that he would <br />get in touch with a partIr who is doing work in the. Uderwood Water District <br />We -ter Supt. Doty recommended two hours in the evening for sprinkling this <br />summer. A motion was made by McGibbon and seconded by McDonell that the <br />sprinkling regulation be set from 6:30 P.M. to B:30 Y.M. daily for the <br />months of June., July and August, with the same rate of 10� as lest year. <br />motion carried., <br />Councilman Hansen reported he had located the markers on the property <br />known as the State Tiae land. He also. stated a sign should be posted <br />.Uublic B:aadh" for the benefit of those carinc:, to go to the beach. <br />Street Supt Doty reported he had sold the old VJ.P.A. truck for 4T:150. He <br />also reported we were in.need of new Arterial stop signs to replace the ones <br />which had been torn down and destroyed. A motion was made by Clausen and <br />seconded by Hansen that the street Supt. be authorized.to purchase the <br />signs that are needed for regulating traffic. Motion carried. <br />Councilman Clausen reported that the Railroad-Company.is going to pave the <br />railroad crossings. <br />A motion was made by Hansen and seconded by McDonell that the City.Engineer <br />get in touch with the County Commissioners in regards to having the seal -coat <br />work done on Fifth and Sixth streets -in July. 11otion carried. Engineer <br />reported that a mile of black -top l8feet wide -would cost approximately $3200. <br />o <br />The Council decided before any more black -:top -work is done, the sidewalks, <br />curbs and gutters must be in, the street must be graded -in order to lay the <br />black -tot- from curb ,to curb. a <br />A motion -,was made by McGibbon and,seconded by Hansen that the reports for <br />Post-war.work on the street and water be referred to the Engineer for check- <br />ing and -recommendation. <br />. Councilman McGibbon reported on thelicensein`• of the diff!�rent amusements. <br />The last was turned over to the Attorney for his advise and legality. <br />There being• no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />P_ 70 - A A 24 <br />City Clerk Ma"yor <br />