02-25-85 Council Meeting Minutes
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02-25-85 Council Meeting Minutes
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REGULAR MEETING FEBRUARY 25, 1985 <br />Be it remembered that the Common Council of the City of South Bend met in the <br />Council Chambers of the County -City Building on Monday, February 25, 1984, at 7:00 <br />p.m. The meeting was called to order and the Pledge to the Flag was given. <br />ROLL CALL Present: Council Members Serge, Braboy, Puzzello, <br />Taylor, Zakrzewski, Crone, Paszek, Voorde and <br />Beck <br />Absent: None <br />REPORT FROM THE SUB - COMMITTEE ON MINUTES <br />To the Common Council of the City of South Bend: <br />Your sub - committee on the inspection and supervision of the minutes would <br />respectfully report that it has inspected the minutes of the February 11, 1984, <br />meeting of the Council and found them correct. <br />The sub - committee, therefore, recommends that the same be approved. <br />Beverlie J. Beck <br />Ann Puzzello <br />Thomas Zakrzewski <br />Council Member Taylor made a motion that the minutes of the February 11,1985, <br />meeting of the Council be accepted and placed on file, seconded by Council Member <br />Zakrzewski. The motion carried. <br />SPECIAL BUSINESS <br />Council Member Puzzello made a motion to file a new resolution on the percentage <br />credit allowed for homesteads, seconded by Council Member Taylor. Council President <br />Beck read the resolution. The motion carried. <br />REPORTS <br />Council Member Serge indicated that the Park Committee had met on Bill No. 8 -85, and <br />recommended it favorable. He indicated that the appropriation would be decreased to <br />$20,000. <br />Council Member Voorde indicated that the Zoning and Vacation Committee had met on <br />Bill No. 7 -85 and recommended it favorable. <br />Council Member Taylor made a motion to resolve into the Committee of the Whole, <br />seconded by Council Member Braboy. The motion carried. <br />COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE <br />Be it remembered that the Common Council of the City of South Bend met in the <br />Committee of the Whole on February 25, at 7:15 p.m., with nine members present. <br />Chairman Serge presiding. <br />BILL NO. 7 -85 <br />A BILL TO VACATE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: A <br />PUBLIC RIGHT -OF -WAY RUNNING FROM E. LASALLE STREET <br />NORTH AND NORTHEAST TO THE EAST RACE WATERWAY AND <br />ADJACENT TO LOTS 12 THROUGH 22 OF MILLER AND GREEN'S <br />SECOND ADDITION AND THE WEST LEG OF THE OLD EAST RACE, <br />AND COMMONLY KNOWN AS HYDRAULIC AVENUE IN THE CITY OF <br />SOUTH BEND, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, INDIANA. <br />This being the time heretofore set for public hearing on the above bill, proponents <br />and opponents were given an opportunity to be heard. Ann Kolata, Assistant <br />Director of Redevelopment, made the presentation for the bill. She indicated that <br />the purpose of this street vacation is to assemble the adjacent property into a. <br />single parcel of land which could be developed. She indicated that Redevelopment <br />owns all adjacent property. Council Member Puzzello made a motion to recommend this <br />bill to the Council favorable, seconded by Council Member Taylor. The motion <br />carried. <br />BILL NO. 8 -85 <br />A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $40,000.00 <br />FROM THE GENERAL PARK FUND TO THE PARK MAINTENANCE FUND <br />.01 TO BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT THE 1985 PARK MAINTENANCE <br />BUDGET. <br />This being the time heretofore set for public hearing on the above bill, proponents <br />and opponents were given an opportunity to be heard. James Seitz, Superintendent of <br />Parks, made the presentation for the bill. He asked that the bill be amended by <br />decreasing the appropriation to $20,000. Council Member Crone made a motion to <br />amend, seconded by Council Member Puzzello. The motion carried. He indicated they <br />planned to fence the entire length of the East Race to protect persons from falling <br />into the Race. He indicated they had a balance left in the 1984 budget which could <br />
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