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03/09/1953fl I I ].:, n�7_ March 9, 1953 . The regular meting of the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield arias called- to order by the President-Andrew' G. Bradt at 8:110 P. U. with the following trustees responding to the roll` call; Engelhard, Hinchsliff .,' Yedntzer, Wilson and 17ynkooj7. Absent - Trustee, King. The minutes of the regular meeting held February 9, 1953 were approved as typed- and corrected.::. ►`1'heciiirutes of the -adjourned meeting of the regular.nlaeting : of February 9, 1953 to Pabruary 13, 1953 were approved hs-typod, t . The following bills-were. read- and -it wa.6, moved- by, Trustee Wilson and', seconded by Trustee Hinchsliff that these bills be paid, if,.as, and when funds are. available:: Lotion unanimously', carried. Those voting "Aye" -being Trus1tee'Engelhard, Hinchsliff, ::eintzer, 17ilson and Tlynkoop. t.Those voting. "Nay ". being None. ---Highland: -Park Fuel :Co.------ --------- - - - - - 63.59 14 F. To F. 071.11 Highland Paris Nevis--------- - - - - -- - - -- 11055 Gil Doers Equipent Co."--=- _:::__..= - - - - =- 28.03- Federal - Laboratories ,Inc:====-- --=-- - -4 - -� 19.28 Tames B.. Clomp & Sons---- -----=--=--= - - - + -- . 13.5E e McL7aster Carr Supply Co.------------ - - - - -- 5.25 _Deerfield:- Garage.& Service Carey Brick Coo ...* --------------------- --- 115.00 Illinois Bell Tele phone t Coo ----=-=-- - - - - -- 104.99 1, Deerfield Lumber & Fuel Co---------- - - - - -- . -10.57 Public Service`Co.----- T----- -- - - -- = - =- 218.16. w v Ann Banfield-------------- ----= ------ • --- 7.50 Spec. tssess07 -50 Gayle T. ? Martin-- ------------------- - - - - -- 21.00 Burgess Ande .Vson &- Tate----------- - - - - -- 26.54 Edward. Knigge -- --------------=-- - - - - -- 164.61" 's A,gme.Bronze Co------------------------ - - - - -= 6427 .Brand,: Bros. - - - - -- z---------- -- ---- 5047 Chicago Regional Planning Association ------ 25.00 ` Jammes.B. Clow 4 Scns- -------------- - - --»- 3.52 :_ t F.ockwell Ufg, Coo ------------------------- 45.08 EcYaster Carr Supply Coo --------- ------- -- 1.05 Ruth Hanich - � ____..- - -- - -- ----- ---- - --- -- 67,50 Carl Horanbergor- - - - -- --=---- - - - - -- 95 40 • William Behnke---------------------- - - - - -- 95.00 Red Horse Service Station----------- - - - - -- 226.78 Vikin; Realty Co.------------------ -- ---- 10.00 Robert Herrmann-----7777-7-7_ -------- - - - - -- ._10.00____ Mid- Cosltinent Petroleun Corporation-- » - - - -- •127.86 Mars Signal Light Co.--------------- - - - - -- 121.38 Earl F. Paul------------------------ - - - - -- 105.00 Deerfield Hardware and Paint Co.----- - - - - -- 31.57 V:n, D. Johnston-------------------- - - - - -- 55.00 Katherine. Paul---------------------- - --- -- 13.00 Dorothy Goodpasture----------------- - - - - -- 1.50 Ann Banfield------------------------- - - - - -- 6.00 Ted Frost--------------------------- - - ---- 220:00 Chas, H. Tohnston, Jr--------------- - - - - -- 210.00 Salaries for Lurch, 1953 ------------------ 3095.00 Total 05540.56 It was moved by Trustee Meintzer and seconded by Trustee Engelhard that the following resolution for the vacation of an alley, be adopted. Upon roil call the following vote was taken. Yeas- Trustee Engelhard, Hinchsliff, Meintzer, Wilson and S7ynkoop. Nays- None. Motion carried. F=LVED: That the Board deems.it in the best interests of ilid Village of Deerfield to vacate the alley running north and south in the block bounded on the north by Walnut Street, on the west by the Union Drainage Ditchs on the south by the previously vacated east -west alley, and on the east by Woodward Avenue$ when the following conditions have been met and subject to the retention of easements as the statute requires for utilities: 1 Payment of compensation to the Village by each land owner of 05.00 per 100 feet or portion thereof abutting on the alley. 123 124 A motion was made by Trustee Meintzer `and secohded by Trustee Wilson that we grant permission to the Amvets Post #63 to hold a carnival on Tuly 16, 17, 18 and 199 1953 provided they furnish a_050s000 /1009000 Public Liability Bond. , ` Roll call resulted as follows. Yeas - Trustee Engelhard, Hinchsliff, Meintzer, Wilson and Wynkoop. 'Nays - None.'Motioa carried.' Trustee Meintzer made a motion which was seconded by Trustee Wilson that permission be granted to the American Legion Post #738 to hold a carnival on August 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1953 provided that they'furnish a $509000.001 -1009000 Public Liability Bond. Motion unanimously carried. Those voting "Aye" being Trustee Engelhard, Hinchsliff, Meintzer, Wilson and Wynkoop.- .Those voting 'Nay" being None. It was moved b�'Trustee Meintzer and seconded by Trustee Wilson that a permit be granted to the Shell.011 Co. for the•construction of a driveway,subject ` to the following provisions; that the heavy duty light..polo,on.the east side of Waukegan Road located near the intersection of Longfellow Avenue and Waukegan Road be moved "approaimately.26 feet north and that-.and-that at the direction *of the Road_and.Arldgs- Committee -an additional light pole be installed at the southwest_corner..of.Waukegan Road and Osterman Avenue. Roll call resulted as, follows.- _Yeas - .Trustee Engelhard, Hinchsliff, Meintzer,' Wilson and Wynkoop.. Nays- _.None.. __Notion carried. . A motion was made by Trustee- _Wynkoop and seconded by.TrusteeTMeintzer that the report as s%m tted__by_ Police._ Magistrate _$int.showing V451.0 in fines collected during the -month of.'February, 1953 and also the report -as . submitted by Tustice 9f__the.Peace - Seyl- shgwing 067.0(�i.,,n fines .collected together with their c$ecks_ for -these .amounts,- be- r-ecdived.- Roll call resulted as- follows•. -Yeas- All. -- Nays - ,-None.- Motion carried. The President Andrew.Ce. Bradt appointed_ -Lewis B. Walton, Tro as a member of the Building Code Qommittee- and -it was- moved -by- Trustee Meintzer and seconded by Trustee,W�lson- that - the - appointment - -of -Lewis B.- Walton, Tre as a member of the Building Code_Commi.ttee, -•be- confirmed -by this Board. Upon roll call the So4owring .vote was taken. Yeas - Trustee Engelhard, - Hinchsliff, Meintzer,.Vlilson- and- Ilynkoop.- Nays- None. Motion carried. Motion by Trustee Hinchsliff,:seconded by Trustee Meintzer, that the meeting adjourn until eight o'clock Y. "M., Monday the 23rd day of March, 1953, in the Board Room in.the Village.Hall in Deerfield, Illinois. On roll-call, the vote on the motion was as- follows: Ayes - Trustee Engelhard, Hinchsliff,'Meintzer, Wilson and Wynkoop: I Nays - None �j WHKREUFONq the President declared the meeting adjourned to'eight o'clock P• M., March 23, 19539 accordingly. .I Village Clerk President of the Board* r IF ordinance Nn. A2_.. 1903 ELECTION ORDINANCE . DE IT ORDAINED by tho President and hoard of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield, thats Section 1. There shall bo-a regular oloctinn of officers in the village on the 21st clay of April, 1053, secstimn .2., At such election there shall be elected a village prooident, a villages - clock, anti three village trustees. The ballot to ba uaod in ouch olectinn shall be in the fort proscribed by statute, and it chat , bo the duty cif the village clerk to see to the preparation of aufficient ballnts fmr the oloctinnp and to causes ei sample of such bnllnt to be published prior to the day of oloctinn in a newspaper of ganoral cir- culation Irablishod in the village, end to cause to be Provided the nocecoary election supplies for'each voting district nr precinct. Section 31 At Icaut fifteen but nit more than thirty days bofnre the election the clerk shall cause to be published In such howupapar a notice of election, which shall bo substan- tially an tollnTM s "N'I)TICE OF EMI CTION, "On the 21st of April, 1ID33 there will be a re9Gular election In the Village of Deerfield to oloct a village president, a village clork, and throe village trustees. The procineto and polling places shall be as 1"ollova s E Precinct Uns 1* All that part of the cor- pnrato limits of the Village of Deerfield lying north of Deerfield Rmad shall be precinct no. 1, with the f k t i t irl Ci t pnllinp, place at the Votat Deerfield Tmwnship Ball. CO2 Deerfield Road, Deerfield. I1linnie. Precinct, No. « . All that part of the enr-. - perato limits of th© VillaCe of Deerfield lying sanuth of Doorf field Road shall be piveinet nn`. 2. The pnilin place for precinct rig►. 2 shall be the Deerfield Villat?,n mall, 711 Waukegan V,"d, Deerfield, ' 111innie. The polls shall be npen from 0 A *!4. to 5 PeNo. Central Standard TiMO. Publiahed by ardor of tho President and nnard of 'trustees. II MUZEF MENU village US= Ssotir►n 4&1 For the purposo of.such election, there shall bo two pre aincts , as trallo�vtt t All ttuit part of the enrpnrate limits of the Villain Mr. Deerfield lyint , north of Deerfield Rmad shall be precinct nn. 1. with the polling placer at tho Went Deerfield Township Mall, 602 Deerfield Rnad, Deerfield, xllinmio., All that pert of the cor- porate Umits of. the VilleCo of Deerfield lying south cif Deerfield Rnad shall be procxinct nn. 2, with tho - pelling place at ttxo Delorfleld VillaCe Hall. 711 Waukegan "tlnsd, Deerfie3ld# Tllinnis. Seatinn fi. ' The judpas and clerks of election shall be such no shall be hereafter desioi ted by the Provident and Board r 2 .. __. - F- ss i g � 52 BR IT MOM= by the President And boisrd of Truatees of the Vi11aC,e of Aeeri'telfl, that= , : 3ection 1. It is to the beat interests of tho Villaro that the allay in the Villsip, described hereafter shall be vacated: The alley running north And south in the black b- +unclad nn the north 'by Wainut Stroet, on the sent by the Union Drainage Ditch, on the Mouth by the provinualy vacated east -West alley, and nn the east by Wondward Avenue, and : tho same is ,hereby vacated; PX VIDFD, 1111. EVER, that i;here itt reserved t n the Village, of Deerfield and any license© nr perann holding'a franchise therofrnm, the Public Servico, Company of ` Vorthorn Illinnie , and the Illinoin Bell :o lephnno Cnmpany, their successors and assigna, the right, permission and authority to maintain their property end rights of way cod casements to enn- struct, nperato, maintain and ronew pnlea, wires # a able s # mains and necessary fixturoo for the transmission tad distribution of oloetricity, nor the carrying anti distributing of gas crud for the tranuminsinn of enmmunientIons. tngather with the right of arsons t^ the some rnr the maintenance thoreor, and also to trim frnm time to time such trans, bunhos, and saplings an may be reannnably required for the cnnstructinn and officiont oporation of add poles, wires, cable*, Maina, and noconsory f ixtures in the .afnrortaid va..,. cated alley; m d provided Mrther that there is reserved to the Vilinge the right to continuo the use nf, replace, repair and main. f tain any rowor, water, - r nthor municipal utility now located % within such alley. Section 2. This nrdinanco shall be in E"ull f rco and'affect .4, from and after Ito passago and apprnval as provider? by lore ` 7 . .Z-PASSED this -day of �' %rI�' , lfl•rJ• F ATTI:3T ! APPKQ'M t J ` Village Pr on I i age ie f ;. �}