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1 <br />1 <br />I]] <br />1 <br />IEd Scott <br />1 <br />The meeting was turned over garbage committee for, the hearing on garbage collection <br />within the City. A number of people came to the meeting . After considerable discussion <br />Councilman Tucker suggested that a vote be taken of the audience if the City should enter <br />into the collection of the garbage. The vote showed they were not in favor of this. A <br />motion was made by Councilman Tucker and seconded by Councilman McGinness that no change <br />be made'in the collection of Garbage at the present time, but all residents should be <br />required to use sanitary cans and to have garbage removed regularly. Motion carried. <br />The Clerk was instructed to notify the Police Judge that the Council would like to have <br />the Council room Monday and Tuesday nights after 7:30 P. M. for Council and Committee <br />meetings. <br />A motion was made by councilman Maxwell, Chairman of the safety committee that the Street <br />Supt. purchase signs if necessary and install for the School Bus loading Zone on Dayton street. <br />Motion carried. <br />May 3 was set for a public hearing on the Zoning and Building Code. <br />Because of R. E. Vose not being able to connect his house to the sewer at tenth and Maple <br />street, as the sewer is not deep enough, a motion was made by councilman Engels and seconded <br />by councilman 11.1aggoner that the labor and material be supplied by the City$ f,`,,jh As (_iisr'four�d <br />necessary, for this connectinn to be made. Motion carried.. <br />There being no further busine the meeting adjourne-.- _ <br />May 3, 1949 <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor McGibbon presiding. The roll call showed all <br />councilmen present. The water collectors report was read. A.motion was made by Councilman McGinness <br />and seconded by 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 Mr. Woodman in which he states that he is planning to build <br />several homes just north of the City park, and as there.is no way to get into this property <br />except by the park road, he asks permission to use this road. It was suggested by the <br />Council that the City give 30 feet and Mr. Woodman give 20 feet to make a 50 foot street, <br />This was referred to the Street Committee. <br />This being the night for the hearing on the Building and Zoning Code a number to people <br />were at the Council. Councilmen Waggoner and Vollan explained to the Council and.Audience <br />the different parts of the code. They outlined the divison of the city into three zones, <br />Commercial, industrial and residential. The Fire zone is included in the.commercial and <br />industrial zones, new residences can be built in this zone by making the outside walls <br />of fire-resistant materials. In the residential zone no buildings for business or man- <br />ufacture will be allowed. A permit to build in the city will be required which will cost <br />(fi%�J ,$l for every $1000 spent on the building,)also the sewer permit will be required. A <br />Bond or some insurance will be required to P3r©tect the city in case of any damage. Council- <br />man Waggoner suggested a planning commission be set up, consisting of one councilman, <br />a representative of the fire department and three other residents. <br />A motion was made <br />by councilman Savage and seconded by <br />councilman McGinness <br />as being in favor of the <br />Zoning limits. Moti on carried. <br />Councilman Tucker <br />brought up the -question whether or not this restriction <br />of building <br />would discourage <br />the small home builder. <br />A motion was made <br />by councilman McGinness and seconded <br />by councilman Maxwell to postpone <br />this hearing and <br />go on wiht the other business. 1`c-1 l on <br />cn.„r•ied. ' <br />A motion was made <br />by Councilman Vollan and seconded by <br />councilman Waggoner <br />to make the builder <br />on the same -bases <br />and the contractor. Motion carried. <br />Mr. Gerdon asked to have a sewer along the North City limits., He was asked to bring in a <br />petition for same with the signatures of the property owners to form an L. I. D. District. <br />Ed Scott asked for permission for the American Legion to use the Park and streets for <br />a Fourth of July Celebration, this was granted by a motion made by councilman Maxwell and <br />seconded by councilman McGinness. <br />There being no further business the meeting adjourned. <br />City Clerk <br />-Mayor <br />