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g. <br />April 24th, -1933. REGULAR MEETING. <br />MINUTES. - <br />Be it Remembered that the Common Council of the City of South Bend, Indianat met in <br />Regular Session:in the Council Chambers in the City Hall, Monday evening April 24th, 1933 <br />at the hour of 7:45 - o'clock P. M. All members present. President Nelson presided. The Minutes <br />of the previous meeting were read and on Motion of Councilman Hull were accepted qs read. <br />Motion carried. <br />PETITION. <br />South Bend, Indiana, March 31, 1933. <br />We theunddtsigned, owners of more than fifty percent of that property fronting on North <br />Michigan Street between the first alley-north of Navarre Street and the first alle$ south of <br />Bartlett Street, respectfully petition the Common Council of the 4 City of South Bend to amend <br />the zoning ordinance of said city to change the use classification of the above mentioned <br />property from B residence district to C commercial district. ( Signed by (a7 -property owners) <br />On Motion of Councilman Hull the Petition was referred to the City Plan Commission to report <br />back to the Committee of the Whole' also that a public hearing be held May 8th,`1933 at 7:30 <br />o'clock P. M. Motion carried. <br />ORDINANCE 900 <br />An Ordinance to amend Section 2 of Ordinance 3007 adopted November_14,"1932, being " An <br />Ordinance concerning Water Heaters *" <br />The OrdinanceN was given'its first reading by title, its second reading in full and on- <br />Motion of Councilman Hull was referred to the Committee of the Whole. Motion carried. <br />ORDINANCE NO. <br />An Ordinance Providing for the Regulating and LicensingFof Transient Merchants, for the <br />'Repeal of other Ordinances pertaining thereto and providing Penalties. <br />The Ordinance was given its first reading by title, its second reading in-full and on <br />Motion of Councilman Altfeld was referred to the Committee of the Whole. Motion carried. <br />RESOLUTION. INTRODUCED BY COUNCILMAN GLEN L. OAKLEY <br />- South Bend, Indiana, April 24th, 1933* <br />WHEREAS, a crisis exists in the financial condition of the City of South Bend,, and <br />WHEREAS, drastic economies must take place in the management and regulation of the.City's <br />Government, and <br />WHEREAS, the-recent Legislature has passed an ,Act,,providing for certain methods and <br />predoedure, and <br />WHEREAS, under House Bill No. 529 it is provided that certain boards may be eliminated <br />in the interest of economy, and <br />WHEREAS, it is further provided by said Act that by action of the Common Council said <br />elimination may be made at once. <br />THEREFORE, be it resolved that we, the Common Council, of the City of South Bend, are <br />desirous of taking advantage of said procedure by providing for the eleimination of the Board <br />of Public Safety and the Board of Public Works, and substituting in their stead a Board of <br />Public`Safety and Public Works composed of the City Attorney, City Engineer and City Controller <br />And that the Attorney be instructed and directed by this resolution to draw an ordinance <br />effective on -and after the date of passage providing for the elimination of these boards and <br />the transfer of their duties to such newly constituted Board of Public Works and Board of <br />Public afety, the members of which are to serve without extra compensation.' <br />Qnx)Jat.taxxat Councilman Oakley makes a Motion the Resolution b4 adal adopted. Councilman Hull <br />seconds said Motion. Councilman Goetrz makes a Motion to amend said Motion that -the Resolution <br />be referred to the Committee of the Whole and that the'City Attorney be instructed to get <br />information required in the said-Resolution. Councilmen Oakley and Hull withdraw their Motions <br />and the Motion of Councilman Goetz was carried and the Resolution was the <br />Committee of the 'Whole.' <br />On Motion of Councilman Jaworski the Council adjourned at $:15 o'clock P. M. Motion <br />Carr d. <br />ATTEST APPROVED <br />CLE PRESIDENT. <br />I <br />I <br />A <br />4 <br />