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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Decorah Eliminates Some Streets from Paving Project Decorah Tot Rescued from Wading Pool The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., June 6, 1974 UECOHAH Artificial respi- DKCOKAH i Irs. Tclford- More than SOjton; and from another two-block. The entire east side or city-gen, and various residents assembled on stroet from completely rcmod-'owned by Mr. and f Mr. ana offals the'Miiyilc council's 1974 street program. headquarters, enlarging Mr. and Mrs. Arthurjlife of Ityan .on wiu About 25 members of the dele- Mayne Asks Data on Size Of Milk Industry Gifts Decorah municipal! WASHINGTON (UFI) Sixth! Mayne, a member of constitute an impeach- ipool Wednesday Ls credited j s t Congressman WileylhWp iijrj.ir.pa: street. the public ssion, the Wcdnes- _ (I Vt It1 asking for revisions or ,he lions in the _ current, street-; c ,974 i project and set July 'i as the ocostsworc date for receiving bids. offices for the city Krickson, and Mr. ;ind Mrs. Kenneth if-'lerk and mayor, and 'air of neces-. J Mi.ss Lisa Oilc, daughter hv he rest of other improvements. Sewer Trainees :0f Mr. and Mrs. 1'aul hc saidlablc offense, omitted the names of; hc cation addressed the council1 dliscussion' .lhc wired or the amounts paid to Con- taiion duaiebscu uit rcsolution ot anu major, ntshoiur. industry to dePf the same information Some objections expressed. In response to appeals made by members of the delegation, the council voted to eliminate paving oil several 'streets sched- uled to be hard surfaced this summer. Three Streets As a result of Tuesday night's action, paving will be eliminat- ed from the 1974 program for the 200 block on East street; for corah. The only other bid sub- a two-block stretch Railroad street from Maple to Washing- date for receiving bids The remodeling project to ex- pand the Decorah police depart- ment for modernization of com- munication facilities advanced a step with the reference of two general-contracting bids to the property committee. Hemod cling The, low bid oE was submitted by lierg, Inc., of De- milted was by Sverrc Svenson and Sons for Thc council also authorized a I contract with Motorola, Chica- go, for a radio communi- cation console for the police department. Delivery of this new, law-cn- orcement communication de-
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