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436 <br />REGULAR MEETING <br />Be it remembered that the Common Council of the City of South Bend, Indiana, -met in regular session <br />in the Council Chambers, City Hall, on Monday, June 24th, 1946, at 8 :30 P.M., with all members present <br />except CouncilmsiHull. The reading of the Minutes of the previous meeting was waived. <br />President Korpal presided. <br />PETITION: <br />To the Honorable Board of Public-Works and <br />Safety of the City of South tend, Indiana, <br />and Common Council. <br />Gentlemen: <br />South Bend, Indiana. <br />June 17, 1946 <br />We the undersigned property owners, petition your honorable body to improve the Railroad Crossing <br />on Huron Street from Harris Street to Kosciuszko Street by the construction of a street light <br />(4000), according to law. <br />Yours respectfully, <br />(signed) John J. Mirocha, Councilman 6th District <br />Stanley C. Korpal, Councilman at Large. <br />Councilman Niezgodski made a motion that the petition be referred to the Board of Public Works and <br />Safety. Councilman Mirocha seconded the motion. Motion carried. <br />REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE 'MOLE <br />TO THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND: <br />Your Committee of the Mh6le to whom was referred an Ordinance providing for the licensing of all dogs <br />within the corporate limits of the City of South Bend; prohibiting dogs from running at large within <br />the corporate limits of South Bend during certain periods; authorizing the impounding and destruction <br />of dogs; providing a penalty; and repealing all ordinances in conflict herewith. <br />Respectfully report that they have examined the matter and that in their opinion this Ordinance <br />should be reported to the Council favorable as amended. <br />Councilman Richardson made a motion that the report be accepted. <br />Motion carried. <br />REPORT OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC XORKS AND SAFETY <br />Members of the Common Council, <br />City Hall,'_ <br />South Bend,'' Indiana. <br />Gentlemen: <br />Councilman Brannan seconded the motion. <br />June 24, 1946 <br />At a regular meeting of the Board of Public :'Forks and Safety held on Monday, June 24, JP46, Mr. Qualls, <br />Electrical,.:Superintendent, informed the Board that streetlights which had been ordered in at the <br />intersections_.of Dunham and Bendix Streets, Dunham and Meade Streets and Angella Boulevard and Otsego <br />Street have`all been installed and ane now in operation. <br />Yre are attaching hereto recommendations from fir. Qualls for street lights petitioned for at the inter- <br />section of Kenwood and Fremont Streets and also at the intersection of Ewing Avenue and Glenn Street. <br />The Board approved these installations and Mr. Qualls was directed to apply for their construction to <br />the Indiana and Michigan Eleetric Company. <br />Very truly yours, <br />BOARD OF PUBLIC - TWDRKS A11D SAFETY <br />James P. Conboy, Clerk. <br />Councilman Niezgodski made a motion that the report be accepted. Councilman Bishop seconded the motion. <br />Motion carried. <br />REPORT OF THE CITY CONTROLLER OF THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND, INDIANA - MAY, 1946. <br />Balance on hand First of month ------------------------------------------------------ $8770797.86 <br />Receiptsduring the month ----------------------------------------------------------- 302,527.00 <br />Disbwsementsduring month --------------------------------------------------------- 22;4;821.43 <br />Balance May 31st, 1946 ------------------------------------------------------- - - - - -- 955,503.43 <br />Councilman Bishop made a motion that the report be accepted. Councilman Niezgodski seconded the motion. <br />Motion carried. <br />ORDINANCE NO. 3562 <br />AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OF ALL DOGS WITHIN <br />THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF SOUTH BEND; PROHIBITING DOGS <br />FROM RUNNING AT LARGE WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SOUTH BEND <br />DURING CERTAIN PERIODS; AUTHORIZING.THE IMPOUNDING AND DESTRUCTION <br />OF DOGS; PROVIDING A PENALTY; AND REPEALING ALL ORDII4ANCES IN CONFLICT <br />HEREWITH. <br />The Ordinance was given third reading and passed by a roll call vote of 8 ayes - 0':nays - 1 absent (Hull) <br />