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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                g A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. April 25. 1974 Sixth Street Widening Proceeds The Midwest conference on Masonic education will be held at the Masonic library, 813 First The Cedar Rapids city council met Sti regular session Wednes- day with the mayor and commissioners present. The following business was conducted; all resolutions were passed unanimously and all pe- tilions and retorts taken under advisement, unless otherwise noted. Accounts, Finance Resolution authorizing the fil- ing of a Neighborhood Develop- ment Program annual incre- ment. Resolution approving program and providing for execution of a proposed contract for a tempo- rary loan, definitive loan and a capital grant to aid in financing Neigborhood Development Program. Resolution approving urban renewal plans and conditions under which relocation pay- ments will be made for Neigh- borhood Development Program. Resolution approving the urban renewal plans and the feasibility of relocation for Neigborhood Development Program. Resolution authorizing mayor to sign certification forms cov- ering compliance with the civil rights act for the Neighborhood Development Program. Resolution approving. revised site development plan submitted by Welsh and Welsh Investmet Co. for properly located on Thirty-fifth street drive SE. Resolution authorizing trans- fer of funds from the -water works fund to the sewage rental fund for sewage disposal service collections for March. I Resolution accepting demoli- tion work on structures at 40 Nineteenth avenue SW, 933 Six- teenth avenue SE and 906 Eighth str.eet SE and authorizing pay- ment to Paul E. Underwood. Resolution accepting demoli- tion work on structures at 816 Eighth avenue SE and authoriz- ing payment to R and R Wreck- ing Co. Resolution requiring that all cigaret permit applications for the year July 1, 1974, to June 30, 1975, must he filed in the office of the city clerk by June 3. Resolution granting cigaret permit. ment Resolution amending order Corp. fireworks display June 26 all Dimes requesting that a band Memorial stadium. play from p.m. until Resolution reappointing Lt. 1 William Byrne to the police pen- jsion board. Zoning p.m. as part of the "pledge walk" April 27 ai Kingston sta- dium. Notice of seminar on public employe bargaining May 24 ad 25, conducted by the University Protest from residents in the Oj jflwa iCenter Point road NE area be-] J______________ tween M and 0 avenues object- ing to the proposed rezoning in the area. First reading for ordinance rezoning, B-l to B-2, property a Mt. Vernon road and Forty for two buses from Highway Products, Inc., to provide for air cushion bumpers at an addi- tional cost of ?874. Resolution authorizing t h e water department to purchase Beta counting equipment. Resolution o f concurrence concerning the appointment by the Linn board of health to the air pollution board of review as follows: Donald Hattery, repre- senting, engineering, and Dr. Robert A. Youngman, repre- senting medicine. Resolutions filing plans, speci- fications and form of contract and advertising for bids for fur- nishing water department mate- rials; valve boxes, fire hy- drants, valves and sleeves. Public Improvements Resolution granting request to construct concrete paving south of Thirty-third avenue SW to Bjornsen Investment Corp. Resolution decreasing sub- division bond for concrete pave- ment from Midwest Develop- ment Co. in Northbrook unit six. First reading for ordinance vacating the alley lying within Cedar Rapids. Resolution authorizing the city attorney to proceed with con- demnation of property to be acquired in connection with the A avenue NE. reconstruction project. Resolution accepting proposal and awarding contract to Icwa Concrete Products Co. for storm sewer pipe in Interstate Proper- ties first addition. Resolution accepting sanitary sewer construction in Midway May 16-19. drive NW and authorizing pay- to Bjornsen Investment Resolution authorizing agree- ment with the highway commis- sion relating to the widening and reconstruction of Sixth street SW from First avenue SW to Eighth avenue SW. Resolution approving contract and bond of Hennessey Bros., Inc., covering the construction of grading and drainage on Ellis road NW. Parks Resolution authorizing mayor and clerk to sign a consent granting an easement to the Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Co. Resolution accepting the bid of Kutchera Construction for tennis courts in Sever, Ellis and Jones parks, subject to addi- tional federal funds for the proj- ect. Resolutions authorizing the mayor to execute purchase agreemets for land along the Vinton ditch with Ethel I. Wol- cott and Lindondale Invest- ments, Inc. Public Safety Resolution granting class B block 23 in the original town of beer permit and one class C beer and liquor permit. Resolutions appointing L t. William J. Byrne, Det. Mark K. Corrigan and Officer Lawrence G. Michalec to higher ranks in the police department. Second reading for ordinance establishing speed restrictions on certain streets. Resolution granting permis- sion to Life Investors Insurance Co. to hold an open pit barbecue and- dance on its own property Reslution granting permis- sion to the fire department wel- fare association to conduct a second street SE, petitioned John Naso and Brentwood, Inc. First reading for ordinanci rezoning, R-l to M-l, property on the north side of Blair Ferry road NE west of Counci street, petitioned by Northwes tern Bell Telephone Co. First reading for ordinanci rezoning, R-3 to propertj at 202 Twelfth street NW, peti tioned by Home for Agec Women. First reading for ordinanci rezoning, R-l to R-3G, at 371; Johnson avenue NW, petitione( by Richard D. Jones. First reading' for ordinanci rezoning, R-l to R-3G, propertj at 3102 F avenue NW, petitioned by Viva Rowray, Velma Jedlic ka and Billy and Julia Hale. First reading for ordinanci rezoning, R-l to R-3G, at Thir tieth street and Pioneer avenui SE, petitioned by Gilbert anc Mary Boxa. Petitions, Reports Petition from Interstate Prop- Ltd., requesting con crete pavement in its addition. Petitions requesting installa tion of street lights on Forty fourth street NE from Mr. ant Mrs. Keith Zigler and others. Petition from John W. Byse 640 Blairs Ferry road NE, re questing permission to have a fireworks display July 4 at hi residence. Petition from the Jaycees re questing permission to hold parade for the 28th annual East ern Iowa band festival May 18. Petition from John L. Bal dridge for Alice L. 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Pack 86 The following boys have received awards at Coo- lidge school: Randy Nielsen, Steve Sommer, Ty Tyson, Skip- per Dixon, Kirk Klamerous, Mike Quinn, Tim Cortez, David Rowzer, Kirk Greiner, Randy McKay, Matt Rinderman, Scott Rathgeber, Mike Covington, Shawn Wilson, Greg Kulhman, Larry Adams, Tom Pinkston, Scott Allacher, David Birch, Gene Turner, Dave Martin, Brian Snarzyk, Andy Lofdahl and Terry Damisch. Pack. 123 The following boys have received awards at Squaw Creek school: Ramo Ruiz, Billy Johnson, Gary Vavricek, Dennis Alger, Jeff Newman, John Tharp, Matt Trinkle, Danny. Moen, Mark Merta, Tom Brown, Tim Stolba, John Osborn, Mark Palmer, Alfie Hall and Steve De Groot. Masonic Education Conference Slated avenue SE, May 2 through 4. Representatives from 12 states will attend. On May 4, at 10 a.m., a pine tree will be planted at the li- brary in memory of Harry L. Haywood, a Masonic writer ifrom Cedar Rapids. You Can Be the Proud Owner of A New Car FAST... 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