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06/08/19533 l� WHEREAS Mr. Howard K. Olson has filed application for , a buflding permit to construct a residence on Lot T in the Thornhill Farm Ranch Estates, therefore BE IT RESOLVED that permission be granted to Mr.-Howard K. Olson to extend the water main, storm and sanitary sewers in their present sizes from the west end of the existing lines in Elmwood Avenue to a point whcr„ the pavement will end; and to extend the concrate pavement in Elmwood Avenue to a point at l,,ast ?§ feet west of tho point where the existing pavement ends, or to the west end of his garage, whichever is greater; all these improvements*.to be installed in accordance with Village specifications and at no expense to the Village; all to be completed before a Cortifi sate of Occupancy is granted. This resolution supercedes and replaces a resolution.concerning this subject passed May 4, lv56. This permission is cancelled at the end of one year from this date if construction has not been completed. Passed this 16th day of I &ny, lv56 by the 'resident and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield sitting as .a Committee of the Whole with power to act in accordance with a motion passed on Mayll, lv5o. / ATTEST: , Village Glerk June 8, 1953 The regular meeting of the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield was called to order by the President, John D. Schneider. Roll Call - Present: Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King Meyer, Wynkoop. Absent: Trustee Marxer. Minutes of the regular meeting of May 11,1953 were approved as typed. Trustee Engelhard moved, seconded by Trustee King, that the following bills be paid if, as, and when funds are available. Motion carried, Roll Call resulting as follows: Yeas, Trustee Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None. Deerfield Temple Assn. - Rent Katherine L. Paul American Nat. Bank & Trust Co. Vant & Selig Vant & Selig Suburban Building Officials , Highland Park News Highland Park Fuel Co. Prismo Safety Corp. Reiland & Bree, Inc. Deerfield Lumber & Fuel Co. Carey Brick Co. M. A. Frantz Kincaid & Hutchinson Public Service Co. Red Horse Service Station Frost Hardware & Supply Addressograph- Muitigraph Corp. Verako Products, Inc. Roseman Tractor Equipment Co. Rockwell Mfg. Co. Deerfield Oil Co; H -H Electric Co. Greeley & Hansen Carl Horenberger ' Ruth Hanich Wm. Behnke $150.00 ir" 19.50 n 63.75 r 25.00 32.86 6.30 46. o8 sN 78.33 �. 196.73 N M. F. T . 2.948 5.51 130.00 146.50 817.44 ,0 204-53X-\ 76-58A 3.00I. 11.82 110.62 14.25,, 564-25-.., 182.69., 565.61 M.F.T. 475.00t\ 102.50 77.50 112.50 J nq ORDIIUNGE NO. BE IT ORDAIMM by the President and Board of Trustees of the Village` of Deerfield thats Section 17 of the Municipal Code of Deerfield be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows "17 The following shall be the standing committees of the Board of "teess Finance and Auditing Judiciary and License Police Public Worksi Road and Bridges Water and Sewer Health Public Relations Building and Zoning "Each standing committee shall consist of six (6) members ftoluding the Chairman who shall be designated by the Village President. ."Special committees may be created from time to time as dirt,,:tted, by the Board of Trustees." This ordinance shall be in full force PASSED this 8thd1W of June, A.D.j 1953. A IIOVED thi3. .4ay of June., A.D. 1953.,- PP, Village President Attests Village Clerk i 135' i i Aksel Petersen Perfection Legal Blank Co.' 13.02 Chester Wessling 52-37 x__ American Evatype Corp. 4.7511+1 Auto Parts & Supply Co. 21.82, Illinois Bell Telephone Co. 208.38v Lewis B. Walton, Jr. 168.57 Ted Frost 120.00 Chas. H. Johnston, Jr. 118.75 Ted Frost 110.00 Wm. Drew 102.00 .Jack Thompson 60.00 Herman Hertel 40.00. Wm. Drew 42..00,c- M. F. T Village of Deerfield 50.40 r M.F.T.^ F. M. Jones . 89.28t-, J.T. DeWeese_ . 130.50 Salaries for Uune, 1953 2646.67 Total $8,225.30 The report submitted by Justice of the Peace.:Michael J. George, showing $319 in fines collected in May, together with checks from Mr. George amounting to 0268, was approved. Fines amounting to.$51.00 collected by Police Magistrate Hunt were not included.. Trustee Engelhard moved, seconded by Trustee King, that the Village Attorney be authorized to employ the necessary witnesses to strengthen the defense in the National Brick Co. case now pending in court. Ro11:Ca11 resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop.. Nays, None. Motion . carried. Motion was made by Trustee Meyer, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that the ordinance amending Section 17 of the Municipal Code of Deerfield be passed. Roll Call resulted as:.follows: Yeas,. Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, ring. Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None.-Motion carried. ORDINANCE ATTACHED HEREWITH President John Schneider made.the following appointments: Public Relations Hubert N. Kelley Building & Zoning Hubert N. Kelley Judiciary & License Joseph W. King Police Homer B. Marxer Water & Sewer Raymond T. Meyer Public Works, Road & Bridge Eugene F. Engelhard Finance & Auditing Eugene F. Engelhard Health Harold W. Wynkoop Trustee Wynkoop requested that he be relieved as Chairman of the Health Committee. Trustee King was appointed to replace Trustee Wynkoop. Motion was made by Trustee Meyer, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that these appointments be confirmed by the Board of Trustees. The vote was as follows: Yeas, All. Nays, None. Motion carried. President Schneider made the following appointements, other appointees to serve until-" new appointments are made: Attorney Thomas A. Matthews Auditor Albert L. Roderick . Mo�Uon was made by Trustee King, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that Mrs. Esther _ Giss be re- appointed Health Officer, and these appointments be confirmed by the Board of Trustees. The vote was as foolows: Yeas, All. Nays, None. Motion carried. Trustee Wynkoop moved that the Chief of•Police be re- appointed. Motion lost for want of a second. The following were appointed by President Schneider: Building Code Committee Gayle.T. Martin Raymond T. Meyer Kenneth Weir y. .,,Vernon e�ntzer n 1 36• _ � 1 Board of� Health - Dr. C. Russell Sugden Dr. Dorothy Hunter Dr.. Raphael Kinney Chairman of Civil Defense Robert Carroll Motion was made by Trustee Kelley, seconded by Trustee Engelhard.-that these appointments be confirmed by the Board of Trustees. Motion carried, the vote being as follows:..Yvas, All. Nays, None. Motion was made by Trustee Meyer, seconde !y u,� tee Engelhard, that the Village . "+ Manager be authorized to hire Paul James ryas a Police Officer at a. salary of $300 per month. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engel- - hard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Na ys, None. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trustee Engelhard, seconded by Trustee Kelley, that the Village Manager be authorized to hire Virginia Edith Mitchell as Deputy.Village Collector at a salary of $240 ,per month. Roll Call resulted.as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, Kipg, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays,.None. Motion carried. Trustee Engelhard moved, seconded by Trustee Kelley, that the Village Manager be appointed to performtthe duties of Village Collector. Motion carried, the vote being as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, xelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None.. Motion was made by Trustee King, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that the Village, 'manager be authorized to hire any employees that he deems :necessary for which provision has.been made to pay. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustee Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None Motion carried. Trustee Wynkoop moved, seconded by Trustee King, that the request of Messrs. Gastfield and Kieft to increase the charge for scavenger service to'$3.00 per month be allowed. Roll'Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Kelley, King, Meyer, l Wynkoop. Nays, Trustee Engelhard. Motion carried. i Motion was made by Trustee &elley, seconded by Trustee Engelhard , to refer to the Board of Zoning Appeals the request of- Walton & Walton for a variance in Zoning to allow construction of.the American Legion building. Roll Call resulted as follows: yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer. Not voting, Trustee Wynkoop,. Motion carried. Trustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that the plan of the Reed subdivision be approved providing the Village.Enginear approve the extension of present improvements. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engel- hard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trustee Kelley, seconded by Trustee Meyer, that the request for change in zoning by Mr. Charles A. Cunningham be referred to the Plan Commission: The•vote was as follows: ,eas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays,.None. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trustee Engelhard, seconded by Trustee Xelley, that the following resolution be adopted. The vote was as follows: teas, All. Nays, None. Motion carried. RESOLUTION WHEREAS in its fight to maintain the public welfare, health and decency of the village, official bodies of Deerfield are dependent in large part on the interest, F1_ cooperation and active help of its citizens and local organizationsp and WHEREAS in the pursuit of these aims, a very important threat to the well of the village has-been, at least for the present time, removed by defeat of House Bill 486 of the Illinois Legislature, and WHEREAS the certain defeat of this bill has been in incalculably large measure due to the untiring efforts of many Deerfield citizens and organizations and in particular the Citizens' Conlittee for a Better Deerfield, the Deerfield Chamber , of Commerce, and the g roup known as the Deerfield Mothers, and WHEREAS while many individuals worked zealously for the defeat of this bill, special notiee.must beyond question be given to Mrs. Willard Loarie who knew what had to -be done and did it, ignoring all rebuffs, and with a tremendous expenditure of personal time and effort, and with undeviating persistence and leadership, 4 CLOG ED SEWERS ,OHave the electric rod cut out the ob- struction; no digging, no lawn mess. J SEPTIC TANKS and F,rease traps cleaned, repaired, built. COMPLETE SEWER SERNIVE Jeep itrench digger, water lines, electric cable,? foundations. WOODALL'S Phone Wheeling 232 FREE FREE - FREE FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ' A paint brush will be given free with every purchase of: $5 or more. INMAN'S PAINT SPOT 60i, Laurel - Righland Park 2- 0628 • MELVIN HARRETT ALL WORK DONE.WITH BACK HOE Fast - Simple - Economical Septic Systems Driveways Water Maine Trenching Sewer Systems Basements 1897 McDaniels Ave. HI 2 -7188 GRASS cutting; trimming, and all *kinds of spraying and landscaping; reason - able rates. Telephone HI 2 -8863. ENTERTAINMENT HAYRIDES HI 2 -6692 GARDEN SUPPLIES REUBEN LLOYD & SONS Black Soil Compost Soil Humus Rotted Manure Tel. L F. $376 1437 St. Johns Tel. HI 2.0686 INSTRUCTION GARINO ACCORDION STUDIO . "NORTH SHORE'S FINEST" THE SPECIALIZED SCHOOL FOX ACCORDION e Graded Bands o Concerto and Special Events e Trial Courses Inquire today about our 8 week trial plan for beginners. 643 Roger Williams Ave. HI 2 -0011 LANDSCAPING dt GARDENING EVAN -MAR for the finest in landecap- Ing and cement work. Telephone Lake Forest 8669 or write P.O. Box 848, Highland Park, III. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED_, HAND and power mowers sharpened and repaired; pick -up and delivery avail. able. Frost's Hardware and Supply, Deerfield 1880. ' l MOTOR SCOOTERS & BIKES 1 WHIZZER motor bike, Sportsman model; motor completely overhauled. All 1 chrome replated. In excellent condi. i tion; reasonably Priced. Telephone HI 2 -1848 or HI 2 -2811. x' i PAINTING 14 REDECORATING 1 EXTERIOR and interior painting and decorating. Hobert Johnson. HI 2 -1770 1 PAINTING and paper hanging. Call W C. Verney. HI 2 -6980 or Lake Forest i I CONGER BROS. PAINTING k DECORATING SERVICE 1 Established In Highland Park for 12 yrs. ' HI 2 -8462: HI 2 -3063 PETS STANDARD and miniature poodle pup- pies, out of. champions hip'kstock;.AKO registered continental black. For show I or pets. Telephone ONtarlo 2 -0026. c MOVED *1 will give someone with a N nice home 2 male, I year old, very lovely kittens. Telephone HI 2 -0808 after 6.p.m. c ENGLISH SETTERS f Selective breeding has produced the fin- I est young stock in Middle West for dis. )F position and appearance. Buy a registered English Setter puppy you will be proud e to own from the top ' champion blood r lines in the country. $60 -3260. Visitors welcome. For appointment telephone Libertyville 2 -7618. s BOARDING — Lowry's . "Your- Dog -di- I Mine" Kennels (Dog Editor, Better d Homes do Gardens), on Skokie High- way (US 41) 6 miles north of IIL- Wis. " state line. Telephone Bristol (Wis.) 86 -F -6. LEAVE your bird at our home while you are vacationing; he will receive personal I care and loving attention. HI, 2-3116. h STANDARD POODLE, PUPPIES Champion blood line; wonderful house pets, excellent show line. Have 6 black, C 2 cream. , Reasonable. Telephone . WIn- n-f4- a_ /X911 - .. a PIANO TUNIHQ t REPAIRING j PIANO tuning and reconditioning. Mom - "3 her of Americen Society-of Piano Teeh -: nieians. E. Zaboth, to* Sel o Lyon' and Healy. Lake Zurl4a'6.ey Of? PLANTS A BULB % -; AFRICAN VIOLETS. Reliable' particular people. Gillette, 16ata,nts' for ington Circle, Lake. Forest 616 \Wash' ROOFING ` CEDAR SHINGLE ROOF? Save It 1 Call Yo, ROOF TREATING HEADQUARTERS For Free" Inspection and Suggestioi Wilmette 877:. SEWING MACHINES SALES AND SERVICE Necehl - Elna - Domestic Expert Repair on ANY , MAKE Work Guaranteed ARENDS SEWING MACHINE CO. 662 Central HI 2 -6200 TRAILERS ' TRAILERS and cement mixers for rent.! 2070 Green Bay Road, 111 2 -9829. 28 -FOOT Tandem Stewart house trailer modern kitchen with double sink, 7. cu. ft. refrigerator,' bathroom complete; with shower, full length awning. Very good condition. $2,176. Telephone HI 2 -6000 extension 4266. _ 1 TREE SURGERY DONALD G. • WORRALL (ARBORISTI Expert tree work, shrub and everereet care. Tree removal, power saw work, Low cost, efficient service. Call Deerfield 1826. TUCKPOINTING TUCKPOINTING Cleaning, waterproofing, repair and re- building chimney stone, or brick. � Ali Mason Repair. Waterproof • basement. Free estimates. Complete insurance. Glenview Tuckpointing Co. Call after 5 p.m. Glenview 4 -0929. rUCKPOINTING, mason and 'chimney repair$, waterproofing, caulking, acid cleaning; fully insured. Free estimates. Pulaski and Meier, formerly Berkseth and Meier. Telephone Deerfield 203R. Receives Master's Degree From Harvard University; " M. Bruce.Wertheimer, son of the foseph ` W. Wertheimers of 1284 .inden avenue, was awarded a Mas- ;er's degree in business adminstra- 3on from Harvard university, Cam - )ridge, Mass., at commencement ,xerelses June 11. Mr. and Mrs. Wertheimer (the ormer Naomi Mack of Akron, O.,) Ire en route to Monterey Park, '.alif., where they will visit her 'elatives. They will also visit in >an Francisco and Los Angeles be ore returning home in mid-Au- lust. Mr. Wertheimer plans to enter ils father's business. i ;elebrates Birthday Nith Five Guests Julie Rubel, daughter ` of the tichard Rubels of Sheridan road, elebrated her 12th birthday Friday with a party for five of her friends. 'he celebration started with a lun- heon at.Northmoor Country club, ollowed by swimming in the club cool. After dinner at the Rubel iome' Julie and her guests attend - -d:a movie and then returned to ier home for a slumber party. Julie's guests were Nancy Bern - tein, Rita Shorr, Carol ; Lipman, )onna Gherardini and Penny All - lerdice. ;ompletes College Year Nafe, Larson Jr., son of the senior ,arsons 'of 818 Laurel avenue, is ,ome from Arizona State college in 'empe. A mid -year student,' he-has ompleted the first half of his third cademic year. . AN ORDINANCE MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CORPORATE'r 1953, AND EN FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING MAY 1, 3. Insurance for Equipment ......... »..........»... •••»•••••-•- APRIL 30, 1954 ' PRESIDENT AND THE BOARD OF TRLIST•sEls BE IT ORDAINED BY-THE OF THE VILLAGE 01' DEERFIELD, COUNTY OF LAKE AND STATE OF ILLIbferl.�> - :SLGj'fION %1. That the following sums Of money, or so much thereof as may h� appropriated for the'fiscal be authorized by law, be and the same are eby 8:i 1954, to the several municipal year beginning May 1, 1858. and endini�AvrU 4,000,00^ purposes following i •. 2.000.00 L GENERAL CORPORATE PURPOSES ' APPROPRIATION FOR 1858 -34 OP (A) ADMINISTRATION - l: Compensation - Village Clerk « »..... ». » « «• •- •••• 720.00 /2. Salary - Village Treasurer «... . ». ««•--------------- • »• »„ 3. Salary - -Village Collector... 2,400.00.:." 4,500.00%-• 800.001^- »» »« ' 4• Salary - Health Officer ....... •» 5. Corporate Counsel Fees (Retainer) .. «.•. ............. 1,200.00.. a 6. Extra Legal Fees .» «............,................. 7. Auditing Corporate Records « ».... «.. «.._.... »..... ».•. 2,000.00t- 300.00 r-- 900.00 8. Stationery and Supplies «� «. « «•. « »••••••••............•••• :. _ 800.00x, 9. Office Equipment ...«.......... . «... ».... «........ »......... .. 10 Printing and Publication ..... .. .................... «....• «.» 1,000.0Or 11. Insurance «........-• ....-•........... .......•....-.. ... .............. 12. Telephone and Telegraph •» ... » ...... . ......... . ........... « 800.00R 800.00 t. 500.O0,r , f8. Election Expense .............. .. ». «...»»..................... Bonded Indebtedness «. » « ....................... . 80.00r-- 14. Fees on I'. Surety Bond Premiums ....«... ................ «....... ».. :... Fees «• 1,000.00 6,000.00 16. Building Commissioner's «................. 17. Re, of Sewer and Septic Tanks .................... 6,000.00.- 2,400,OOr•- 16. Rent of Village all .........: .... «..... «. » .............. ».._ 19. S. of Public Works »••...... 5 :200.00f-- 20. Reserve for Municipal Retirement Fnnd «... » 20. 21, Municipal Retirement Tax Deficit ».•» ' 22. Contingent ...... .......... «... «. «.............. ie -••- S 23. Special S Special Assessments- 1,000.00 C� Special Assessments Y....« -.: 24. Auditing Special 800.00 8,000.00 a ger . 26. Salary - -Village Manager 1,000.00r•.. 26. Sewer Equipment ....................« ..« .. «.» » ....... 27. Sewer' Investigations «....... ............. » »...,... »........ Problems .............. 2,2b0.00v- 760.00( - { l 28. Special Investigation- -Sewer { TOTAL ............... .....-•. ..... .....» " «....- $ 60,660.0', (B) POLICE PROTECTION 4,500.0010, { 29. Salary -Chief of Police «» ••• -• «•« «•• • ••.. .. S0. Salary - Lieut. of Police W 4,000.00►. «• '' 8,000.00 «« « «• «-- «•-- •• -• » - -• 81. Salary - Police Officers 82. Salaries-Extra, Police ..... » « ...... «... »... «... »..... .. 2,600,00 33• Insurance- Police Cars and Equipment - ••••• -•• »• 600.00 w 1,200.00 t, 34 Telephone and Telegraph . ................ .. ................ 86. Gasoline and Oil ......«....„.«.. . ........................ « «...« 2.500,00 .................. 86. Police Radio .« ....... ».. ... ,.-....•...- •.••...••••• 87. Repairs for Police Equipment .,••.• »- •- .. « »••••••••••••••• 700.00% ; 1,000.00 1 88. Reserve for new Police Car -••, ....•• »........................ 2,000.0041. 2.000.00 88. Contingent ......... ....... ».......... «... ».... «... ........•......... 1 TOTAL GENERAL CORPORATE PURPOSES $ 28.900.00 TOTAL ..... ......................... «. « « «. ........ gg 550.00,4;-- (C) STREET LIGHTING : g,600.00� 40. Current for ornamental lights ....................... 41. Maintenance of: (a) Street and alley lights .... « ... ... .............. b00.00c• (b) Ornamental lights »....... ».•.......••••••.••••» 2,500.00 TOTAL................................ . «... « Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund . -- S 6.500.00 S 7,000.0014 (D) ( F.) Contingent ..................... ............. (F) Village Plan - Preparing and Printing . « ............. 4,000.001 2,000.00 t,_ ; 600.00 (G) Architect Fees- Village Garage .......... ............... and effect from and TOTAL CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND ...: i 99,660.00 '1 FUND (STREET & BRIDGE) h 1 II. ROAD AND BRIDGE y 6 000.0014 1. Labor - Street Repairs ............................. . ....... 2. Materials- Street Repairs ...... » ..................••••• I 600.0 3. Insurance for Equipment ......... »..........»... •••»•••••-•- 500.001 4. Equipment Storage . » ».....,•..•• »•• »-•...-•.. t ............... ...... •• 6. Repairs to Equipment •••---- »•••••- ••••••-• 1,000.001,. 1,000.001 6. Gasoline and Oil for Trucks - »••- »- :.... »• »:- ..- „- - - - - -. 700,00 t 7. Traffic Light Expenses . ......... » .......:...........•• "•• ' 8. Purchase of New Equipment . .......... » ...................+ 4,000,00^ 9. Salary -Supt. of . Public Works* ........................... . ...... 2.000.00 10. Contingent............................. . . .................... _.. «. 11. Salary-Village Manager* ... » « .... - ••••- •• » ..... « .... ... TOTAL ..... ................ »... »........ ». ........................ 11 .16,900.001 , • Note -Total salaries shown under Gen. Corporate Fund III. WATER DEPARTMENT FUND, g 24,000.00(` a 1. Purchase of Water ...... ....................... »..... «. » � 2. Salary- -Water Supt.* •••••- °� 8. Salary - Collector* 4. Labor - Repair of Hydrants, Leaks, Meters 'a.. 8 000.00t-- 6,000.00 ` 6, Meter - Installations .... .. .. ............................ 6. Repairs to Equipment ..........: ........... ........... .......... 600.001• 7. Rent - Village Hall* Equipment - ............... « »........... 5,000.001,. 8. Purchase of ....... ..• 9. Auditing and Office Expense ...................... 800.00x, 1 600.001" 10. Gasoline & Oil for Equipment ....... « « .............. .• g00.004.. .. ».. .. 11. Stationery ,& Supplies •• •••••_ »« »» 12, Tapping Materials & Supplies .. «. .••••• 600.00t• . 13. Insurance Premiums .................... _....................... 14. Reserve for New Truck ........................ «,• .................•. 800.001 j 2,600.00x.. 1,200.00p. 15. Contingent _ ............................ 16. Salary -- Village Manager* .. ................. «* t` ' TOTAL . ........' S 49,200.0 • Note --- Totals shown under Gen. Corporate Fund IV. BONDED .INDEBTEDNESS FUND Maturing Bonde- January 1, 1954 •: 1. Payment of 2. Payment of Interest on Bonds ...... -» .............. 1083.761 ... $ 4,083.7ki ..TOTAL ..... . ......... SUMMARIES: CORPORATE PUIIPOSES'FUND GENERAL $ 60,650.00 A. Administration ......... «.. ................ ...... 28,900.00 B. Police Protection » ................... 6.500.00 C. Street . Lighting .......... ............................... D. Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund .........., .. 7,000.00 < E. Contingent ............«.... .... » .................. «....... F. Village . Plan- Preparing and Printing -. ••• 2 000.00^ ¢ 600.00.7 " G. Architect Fees - Village Garage ...... •••• -.•- ••.... TOTAL GENERAL CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND .. $'99,550-00 SUMMARY OF 1953.64 .APPROPRIATIONS* ^$ gg 550.00,4;-- I. General Corporate Purpose Fund ............... Ii. Road and Bridge Fund .... « ..................... 16,900.00 r-- 49,200.00T" III. Water Department Fund .. » IV. Bonded Indebtedness Fund .. «.. •••• ••• 4,083.76 5--. TOTAL AMOUNT APPROPRIATED, (ALL FUNDS)' E1¢9,788.76 SECTION 2. All unexpended balances of any Item by this '- Ordinance may be or items of and general expended in making up for expense appropriation made - any deficiency, in any item or items in the same general appropriation and or in a like appropriation made by this Ordinance. of the same general purpose SECTION 8. All unexpended . balances from the annual appropriations previous years are hereby re- appropriated. That this Ordinance shall. be in full force and effect from and SECTION 4. after its passage, approval, publication and recordation in accordance with the law. of Board of. Trustees JOHN DICKINSON SCHNEIDER, President Atteatt CATHERINE B. PRICE. Village Clerk Approved: THOMAS A. MATTHEWS, Corporation Counsel ' Passedi June 8, 1963 .Approved: June 8, 1953 Recorded: June 15. 4963 Publishedt June 18, 1963 `� ' BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the President and the Board of Trustees of Deerfield hereby acknowedge the debt and appreciation of the whole village to these organ .iZations and their members.-and to Mrs. Loarie. Trustee Engelhard moved, seconded by Trustee Meyer, that the Appropriation Ordinance for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 1953 and ending April 30, 1954 /0 be passed. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop.,Nays, None. Motion carried.:Copy of Ordinance attached. Motion was made by Trustee Meyer, seconded by.Trustee Engelhard, that the -Motion amendment.be, passed. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer,:Wynkoop. Nays, Nonet.Motion_ carried.' ORDINANCE No. BE IT ORDAINED by the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield, that: Ordinance No. 51 relating to septic tanks be and the same is hereby - amended by changing the term 40,000 square feet, as the same appears in Section 5 thereof, to: "35,000 square feet" This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its passage and approval as provided below. Passed this 8th day of June, 1953. Approved: - Attest: Village Clerk Motion was made by Trustee Engelhard,, seconded by Trustee,Wynkoop,,that an ordinance to increase salaries of Public Works personnel be passed. Roll Call resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None. Motion carried. ORDINANCE NO. (3 J BE IT ORDAINED by the rresident and Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield that: . The salaries of the following officers and employees shall be William D. Johnston $375.00vper month - '. George Sticken 300.00.,per month Julius Lencioni 300.00 per month Passed this 8th day of June, 1953• �• Approved: • �� � President' Attests Village Clerk Trustee Engelhard moved,5econded by Trustee Wynkoop gg that the Village ''tanager be authorized to make on-,expenditure of approximately �6255.00'for tin, chairs, ' register, and a light for the Collectors office. Roll Cah 'resulted as follows: Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Meyer, Wynkoop. Nays, None. Motion carried. Trustee Kelley moved,.seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that the Village.Manager be authorized to publish notice of a public hearing on rent control. Upon Roll Call the following vote wqs taken, Yeas, Trustees Engelhard, Kelley, King, Neyer, Wynkoop. Nays,.None. Motion carried. jrustee Meyer moved, seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that permission be granted to r. Robert Frenah to connect to the sewer on Chestnut Street by running hhe sewer ?rom the house south of oint Comfort under the,Milwaukee R.R. trackst'the entire cost of this work to be Eorne by Mr. French. The vote was as follows: Yeas, All. Nays, None. Motion carried. Motion was made by Trustee "ing,'seconded by Trustee Engelhard, that the erection of.Stop.signs at Shoppers' Court be authorized, and recommendation be made to the