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05/12/1936234 May 12, 1836. "7 A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield was called to order by the Clerk at 7:30 P. M. with the following trustees answering to roll call -: Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger, Scribner and Willman. Absent- None. The President Harry E. Wing being absent it was moved by Trustee Peterson and seconded by Trustee .Tillman that Trustee - Scri-bner act as Chairman pro tem. Roll call resulted as follows- Yeas- Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman. Nays- None. Motion carried. The minutes of our regular meeting held "pril 14, 1936 and the special meeting held-April 25, 1936 were read and approved. The Auditor's report was read by the Clerk and it was moved by Trustee Peterson and seconded by Trustee Pottenger that the f report be accepted as read. Upon roll call the following vote was taken -: Yeas- All. Nays- None. Motion carried. The Chairman of the License Committee reported V21.00 collected to date for dog license tags and that there was still outstanding about 082.00 for 1936 Vehicle licenses. It was moved by Trustee Millman and seconded bit Trustee Pottenger that.a resolution be drawn requesting monies from the Motor Fuel Tax Fund for the tarring of cracks in the concrete pave- ment on Arterial Streets in the Village of Deerfield. Roll call resulted as follows -: Yeas- Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman. Nays- None. Jilotion carried. A motion was made by Trustee Tillman and seconded by Trustee McKillip that a resolution be drawn for the Maintenance of Broadmoor Place, from Greenwood Ave. to Hazel Ave. and Greenwood Ave. from �taukegan Road (Lincoln. Ave.) to C. M. St. P & P. R. R. tracks, out. of funds in the Motor Fuel Tax Fund. Those voting "Aye" being Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman. Those voting "Nay" being None. Motion carried. It was moved by Trustee McKillip and seconded by Trustee Willman that the Chief of Police McLaughlin inform those property owners on whose property there are signs or shrubbery which is obstructing the view of motorists approaching Waukegan Road at its ._ intersection with Osterman `'ve. to remove same within 10 days or it will be done by the Village at their expense. Upon roll call the following vote was taken -: Yeas- Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman. Nays- NoT)e. Motion carried. A motion was made by Trustee Palmer and seconded by Trustee Tillman that we have a "clean -up "during the week beginning May 18, 1936. Roll call resulted as follows ": Yeas- All. Nays -None. Motion carried. It was moved by Trustee Pottenger and seconded by Trustee McKillip that an ordinance amending the Mater Ordinance be drawn providing for a sliding scale as follows -: Cubic Feet Gross Amount Net Amount 2000 .40 .32 3000 .35 .30 5000 .33 .28 50000 .31 .26 Over 60000 .29 .24 Upon roll call the following; vote was taken -: Yeas- Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman. Nays - None. Motion carried. A motion was made by Trustee Palmer and seconded by Trustee McKillip that the Chief of Police McLaghlin be instructed to dis- pose of any dogs running at large in the village. Roll call resulted as follows -: Yeas- All. Nays - None. Motion carried. It was moved by Trustee Pottenger and seconded by Trustee Millman that the resolution requesting a permit to tunnel under the pavement on State Aid Route 11, Sec. 34W-2 approximately 100 feet west of the west line of Forest Avenue to repair leak in watermain be passed. Roll call tesulted as follows- Yeas - All. Nays- None, Motion carried. A resolution requesting a permit from the Department of ' Public Works and Buildings to cut pavement on SBI Rte 42A- Sec A.Y. at intersection of said highway with the following 'streets - Fair Oaks Avenue, "Testgate Road, Hazel Avenue, Osterman Avenue and Central'Avenue for the purpose of replacing the existing buffalo boxes with valve vaults in accordance with the plan attached hereto, was read and it was moved by Trustee Pottenger and seconded by Trustee 71illman to pass the 'resolution:as read. Roll call resulted as follows -: Yeas- Trustee McKillip, Palmer, Peterson, Pottenger and Willman.. Nays- None. Motion carried. ' It was moved by ---c- Trustee Pottenger and seconded by Trustee McKillip that the resolution authorizing the Deerfield State Bank to be continued as the- ale osi tory for the funds of the Village Treasurer, George J. Page,be adopted. Roll call resulted as follows- Yeas- All.- Nays- None. Motion carried. The following bills were read -: City of Highland Park Labor (24 Hrs. 1/8/36) Truck hire.(16 " 1/8/36) Consumers Co. (Gravel) Neptune Meter Co. Mercer Lumber Co. a. S. Darley $ Co. Reiland and Bree* Zion Office Supply Public Service Co. Consumers Co. Carson - Hutchins Co. Andrew E. Decker Glenview Publishing Co. ZJ. J. Desmond National Brick Co. Vant and Selig A.D. Joslyn Mfg. Co. Public Service Co. n North Shore Gas Co. James B• Clow & Sons George J. Page' Fred Selig Edward' Bleimehl ' Fred Horenberger Frances Delbert Hattie Wessling Kathryn M. Frost Leo Seiler L. G. Hvale 47illiam Steffes Ruth Pettis Mildred L. Gunckel ' Ray Carter Illinois -Bell Telephone Co. Peter Kaminga George Hines William J. Galloway , Bert laston ' M. Dunn J. R. Notz Hardware Co. Reliable Garage G. W. ° Sti ckens , Sr. ' John Seney Leo Seiler C. W. Uchtman ' John Reeb Sam Rockenbach Al Moen ' M. Dunn Leo Idau C. W. Uchtman A•..H• Anderson John Reeb 'Village of Deerfield (Truck hire) 4 10.83 12.00 M.F.T. 12.00 M.F.T. 19.72 M.F.T. 10.16 24.57 24.53 5.40 42.71 81.83 24.85 2.89 3.07 11.45 18.60 10.44 62-20 '8.15 ,279.35 11.30 3.56 19.48 98'. 25' 6.00 6.00 ' 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00' 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 7.65 2.00 25.00 12.00 2.50 4. GO 36-03---o" 12.27 1.50 2.50 2.50 11.50 17.75 20.75 20.00 2.50 9.00 39.00 M.F.T. 4.2.00 M.F.T. 37.00 M.F.T. 58.50 X-F•T. 235