19470729 City Council Minutes
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19470729 City Council Minutes
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July 29, 1947 <br />The Council met intsgeeial session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed all councilmen present. <br />This meeting was called for the hearing on the Third street improvement. A <br />letter was read to the Council with signature of property owners protesting <br />against this improvement. After the checking by the Engineer Wolff he stated <br />that 49.5% protested against it. <br />R motion was made by Councilman Waggoner and seconded by Councilman Siefert <br />that the Attorney drawup the Ordinance for third Street improvement. <br />Motion carried by a unaminous vote of the Council. <br />Mr. Brown again came before the Council with the deed to the West end of Bell <br />Street extended, claiming to be the owner of said property. After some dis- <br />cussion a motion was made by Councilmman Siefert and seconded by Councilman <br />McGinness that the purchase of this property be turned over to the finance <br />committee. Motion carried. <br />Supt. Ray McKeever asked for a vacation of two weeks beginning August 1.. <br />A motion was made by Councilman Siefert and seconded by Councilman Waggoner <br />that he be given two weeks vacation. Motion carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman McGinness and seconded by Councilman Maxwell <br />that the Engineer write.Sievers & Duecy requesting them to complete the <br />work on L. I. D. 57, as they were instructed in their previous letter, in <br />accordance with the contract, or the job will be considered abandoned. <br />Motion carried. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />mayor <br />City Clerk <br />August 5, 1947 <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor Fourtner presiding. The roll, <br />call showed all councilmen present. The water collectors and treasurers <br />reports were read. A motion was made by Councilman McGinness and seconded <br />the Councilman Tucker that the bills which were approved by the Auditing <br />Committee be allowed .and warrants be drawn on the proper funds. Motion carried. <br />A letter was read from the Richfield Service Station in which they state <br />their objection of a loading zone for the busses in front of their property <br />on Fifth and Dayton streets. After some discussion a motion was made by <br />Councilman McGibbon and seconded by councilman Clausen that the street Com- <br />mittee report on this at the next meeting. A vote of the Council showed <br />4 nos and 3 yes. After further discussion a motion was made by Councilaun <br />McGibbon and seconded by councilman Waggoner that a,loading zone be establish- <br />ed 60 feet North�of the Church property on Fifth Avenue. A roll call vote <br />showed McGibbon yes, Waggoner yes, Tucker no, McGinness yes, Siefert yes, <br />Clausen yes and Maxwell yes. <br />A protest was read from the business people and some residents ab ott.ethe <br />routine -of the Ferry traffic from Main Street. There was some discussion <br />.from the business people in regards to this. Mr. Van DLac Stated that his <br />business was being hurt from this also from the.one hour parking which the <br />council gave him permission for. A motion was made by Councilman Tucker <br />that .the restriction on the South side of Main Street be removed. <br />A,motion was made by Councilman McGinness and seconded by councilman Tucker <br />that the Ferry traffic be diverted back to the old routing on Main street <br />at the request of the Chamber of Commerce, and the new routing be discontinued <br />A roll call vote showed McGibbon no, Waggoner no, Tucker yes, McGinness yes, <br />Siefert yes, Clausen no and Maxwell no. <br />A motion was made by Councilmen Tucker and seconded by councilman McGinness. <br />that the Clerk notify the Greet Northern. Railway that itha_, re6.trisrt?ioi2� n <br />otyNo:tPal-k ng' 'ons'�MaiwrZt. Ihae �een�-*I l� d wn;� r;,� :_.c_ , � t_F, . The roll <br />call vote showed McGibbon yes, Waggoner yes, Tucker yes, McGinness yes, <br />Siefert yes, Clausen no and.,Maxwell yes, <br />After some further discussion about the ferry traffic a motion was made by <br />councilman McGibbon ans seconded by Councilman Tucker that this be re -opened <br />for a new motion. Carried. <br />A motion was made by Councilman McGinness and. seconded by Councilman. McGibbon <br />that the ferry traffic be routed on Main Street. a roll call vote showed <br />McGibbon yes, Waggon(er�no, Tucker yes, McGinness yes, Siefert yes, Clausen <br />no and Maxwell yes. <br />
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