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<br />April 18, 1985 <br />Vay 2, 1985 <br /> <br />292 <br /> <br />~se or ~tility of the property, and that the amount received for the easement ($2,500) <br />1S a fa1r and reasonable amount for the use of the property." The motion was seconded <br />by Councilwoman Dille; voting was Quigley ye~, Dille yes, Monson yes, Williamson yes; <br />motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />A report was given by Engineer Benton on a meeting which he attended at the State High- <br />way Department where information was presented by several speakers on construction and <br />maintenance of city streets, applying for grant funds for putting up regulatory signs, <br />acquiring of right-of-ways, etc. <br /> <br />Regarding business which was presented at the Planning and Zoning meeting this month, <br />Engineer Benton explained that a proposal from Byrle Walker of 3460 Ross Avenue to <br />build a residence on the back of his property which has frontage on Nina Street (an <br />unimproved road) was reviewed, and the Commission recommended that a preliminary plat <br />sketch with a temporary turn-around at the end of the street be approved. <br /> <br />It was decided that the annual spring clean-up time should be the week of May 13-18 to <br />coincide with the dates scheduled for Bonneville County and the City of Idaho Falls. <br /> <br />Mayor Swensen reported that he attended a Department of Energy meeting, at the invitation <br />of State Senator Ann Rydalch, where the Space Reactor Development Program was discussed, <br />and the Council members agreed that a letter should be sent expressing the support of <br />the City Officials for having this program at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. <br />The Mayor mentioned, also, that he represented the City of Ammon at the groundbreaking <br />for the new Regional Medical Center on Sunnyside Road in Idaho Falls. <br /> <br />The City Clerk presented claims to pay in the amount of $36,837.09 and vouchers for <br />payroll and related expenses paid since the previous meeting totaling $10,601.31, all <br />of which were approved. <br /> <br />A motion to adjourn was made by CouncilmariMonson and seconded by Councilman Quigley with <br />voting all in favor; the meeting Was adjourned at 10:55 P.M. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />ATrEST, CI~~ <br /> <br />./rC~_AA.R !1. ~ <br />/_~--~-- <br /> <br />CITY OF AMMON <br />May 2, 1985 <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />rinutes of the Regular Veeting of the Mayor and City Council: <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order at 7:30 P.M. by Mayor'Russell N. Swensen, with the <br />following City Officials present: <br />Mayor Russell N. Swensen <br />Councilman Robert D. Williamson <br />Councilman Merle J. Quigley <br />Councilwoman Carol A. Dille <br />Absent: Councilman Thayle D. Monson <br /> <br />Others present during the meeting were Dee Mansfield of Realty World in Idaho Falls <br />and Reynold Chambers of 2863 E. 17th Street. <br /> <br />The pledge of allegiance to the flag was directed by Councilman Williamson and the <br />invocation was given by Councilman Quigley. A motion was made by Councilman Williamson <br />and seconded by Councilwoman Dille that the minutes of the meeting on February 7, 1985, <br />be approved; voting was all in favor; minutes approved. The minutes of the meeting on <br />February 21, 1985, were also approved with a motion by Councilman Quigley and a second <br />by Councilman Williamson and voting all in favor. <br /> <br />Dee Mansfield and Reynold Chambers requested information regarding an inquiry which they <br />presented at a previous meeting about the possibility of getting a license to serve beer <br />and wine with meals if the Chambers property, located north of 17th Street in the vicinity <br />of Curlew Drive, is sold to an interested buyer who would like to build an Italian res- <br />taurant there. Attorney Anderson explained that the City Council had decided not to go <br />ahead with an advisory election on the issue of the consumption of beer and wine on the <br />premises. He pointed out, as he had done before, that the City ordinance would have to <br />be changed before a wine-by-the-drink license can be issued, but in a recent court case <br />involving the City of Rexburg it was determined that the sale of beer for consumption <br />on the premises is a State law and the City could not deny a license if an application <br />is first approved by the State. It was agreed that the Council should not make a pre- <br />commitment on the matter. <br /> <br />City Clerk Deon Hemingway <br />Public Works Director Hayse L. Whiteley <br />Attorney W. Joe Anderson <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />Councilwoman Dille mentioned that there are several qualified applicants for the position <br />of part-time animal control officer. <br /> <br />According to Councilman Quigley, plans are being made to put a flag pole in McCowin Park <br />for the Boy Scout pre-jamboree campout which is scheduled for June 14-15, and a suggestion <br />was made that a request be made to obtain a special flag for the occasion through one of <br />the Idaho Congressional elected officials. <br />