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06/25/1956124 June 25, 1956 The adjourned meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield was called to order in the Council Chambers of the Village Hall on Monday, June 25, 1956 at 8:00 P.M. The Clerk called the roll and reported the following were Present: Martha White Clark Carl J. Jaeger Hubert N. Kelley Raymond T. Meyer Absent: John D. Schneider, President Joseph W. Brown Maurice C. Petesch and that a quorum was present and in attendance at the mehting. On motion by Trustee Jaeger, seconded by Trustee Meyer, and carried unanimously, Trustee Kelley was appointed President pro tem. Minutes of the regular meeting held May 14, 1956, and the adjourned meeting held May 28, 1956 were approved. ARRrove Reports The report of Chief of Police David Petersen for the month of May, showing 186 cases and fines of $888, was approved. The report of Building Commissioner Hooper was approved. The Health report submitted by Health Officer Esther Biss was approved. Authorize Bids - Village Hall Trustee Meter moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, July 16. 1956 that the Board authorize advertising and receiving bids, returnable July 16, 1956, for the construction of the Village Hall, providing plans and specifications are seen by the Board before June 29, when plans will be available to bidders. Carried unanimously. Authorize Bids - Sale of Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, $175,000 Bonds that the Board authorize advertising and receiving bids for the sale of $175,000 Municipal Building Bonds, bids returnable July 16, 1956. Carried unanimously. Approval of payments from escrow accounts for underground improvements in Wyatt and Coons Forest Park Subdivision and Perry Mehan s Subdivision were held over for chlorination reports. Above Parking Lots The Plan Commission recommended approval of the Deerfield Park Sub. Chicago Construction Company's request for per - m6 ion to use Lots 12, 14, and 16, Deerfield Park Subdivision for parking lots. Trustee Clark moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, that the Board authorize the use of the above named lots for temporary parking for a period of one year. Carried unanimously. Approve Melchiorre's The Plan Commission recommended approval of Subdivision Melchiorre's Class I Subdivision of Lots 6 and 7, Woodland Manor Subdivision. Trustee Clark moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, that the Board concur in the recommendation of the Plan Commission, and the subdivision be approved. Carried unanimously. 125 Sherman Annexation Action on the petition for annexation of Mr. Petition' Deferred Vernon V. Sherman, agent of the Cosmopolitan National Bank of Chicago, Trustee, was deferred until the report of the Plan Commission on rezoning the property in question is received. Approve Escrow Payment Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, Valenti Paving that payment of $18,886.15 from the escrow account be approved for street improvements in Valenti's Briarwoods Estates, consisting of curb and gutter, and macadam paving, 15% being withheld to insure final grading. Carried unanimously. Mr. Valenti's request for approval for the underground improvements in.Blackthorn and Kenton, and establishment of an escrow agreement was tabled. L.W.R. Subdivision Herman & Pollack, Attorneys for Birchwood Builders, . requested the Board to authorize street, water and sewer impovements based on the same requirements established by the Board on J#ly 11, 1955 when L.W.R. Subdivision was approved. It was stated that new requirements must be considered before approval could be granted. The matter was tabled until July 9, 1956 for an opinion by the Village Atitorney, it being understood that, by coming in before July 11, any rights of the subdivider are protected. Mr. Clarence Wilson requested permission to replace his present ice vending machine with a larger model. There being no provision in the Zoning Ordinance permitting outside vending machines, Trustee Clark moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, that the Plan Commission be requested to consider an amend- ment to the.Zoning Ordinance to permit vending machines and similar activities outside the building. Carried unanimously. Mr. Rupp, Village Manager, stated that Mr. Elwoson, owner of the Inland Sash and Door Company, had obtained a long term lease from the Milwaukee Railroad, and would replace the present non - complying structure with a building meeting Village requirements. Approve $450 - Sewer in The::Drainage District Board reported they would Drainage-Ditch have hand digging done around the Village's sewer in the ditch easement for $450. Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, that the expenditure of $450 be authorized for the necessary digging around the sewer. Adopted by the following vote: Ayes: BrQvn, Clark, Jaeger, Kelley, Meyer (5) Nays: None (0) Board of Local Improvements Trustee Brown moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, Hearing - July 23. 1956 that a Board of Local Improvements public hearing ci.c. 1 for the Wilmot Woad watermain and sewer extension be set for July 23, 1956 at 8:00 P.M. Carried unanimously. Greenwood Park Improvements Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Clark, Approved that Greenwood Park Subdivision and improvements be approved in accordance with revised plans dated June 9, 1956, manholes to be 300 feet apart and an additional fireplug, subject to posting bond to cover the cost of the complete improvements, and an agree - ment to pay their share of the special assessment improvement. Carried unanimously. 126 Mr. Roy Davis asked that building permits be issued for two houses in the area on an acreage basis before the bond is posted. Trustee Jaeger moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, that the issuance of two Building Permits be authorized on an acreage basis, with limitation on construction until August 13, 1956, and no occupancy permits be issued until sewer and water improvements are complete and approved. Carried unanimously. Ordinance - Salaries Trustee Jaeger moved, seconded by Trustee Brown, that an ordinance be adopted classifying positions and establishing salaries for Village employees. Adopted by the following vote: Ayes: Brown, Jaeger, Kelley, Meyer (4) Nays: None (0) Not Voting: Clark (1) Ordinance- Stop Sian Trustee Brown moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, Woodruff Ave. - Greenwood that an ordinance be adopted providing for a stop sign on Woodruff Avenue at Greenwood Avenue, and setting forth penalties for violations thereof: Adopted by the following vote: Ayes: Brown, Clark, Jaeger, Kelley, Meyer (5) Nays: None (0) Ordinance - No Parkin¢ Trustee Brown moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, at Letter Drop that an ordinance be adopted establishing a no parking zone in front of the Post Office for letter drop use only, and setting forth penalties for violations thereof. Adopted by the following vote: Ayes: Brown, Clark, Jaeger, Kelley, Meyer (5) Nays: None (0) _Water Use Ordinance and Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Jaeger, Proclamation that an ordinance be adopted setting forth restrictions in the use of water for sprinking upon proclamation´┐Żby.the President or Chairman of the Water Committee. Adopted by the following vote: Ayes: Brown, Clark, Jaeger, Kelley, Meyer (5) Nays: None (0) The Clerk was directed to have the Water Use Ordinance and proclamation published. Mr. Milton Frantz stated the no parking lines on the pavement in front of his house had washed off, and requested that repainting be done to eliminate blocking driveways. Mr. Rupp, Village Manager, stated all parking lines in the Village would be repainted within the next few weeks. There being no further business to come before the meeting, on motion by Trustee Jagger, seconded by Trustee Meyer, and carried unanimously, the meeting was adjourned. Attest: 73. 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