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HomeMy Public PortalAbout19510111CCMeeting1 2. For the election of officers of the Corporation, namely to -wit: President, Edward A. Dutton Vice - president, Thomas F. Smith Secretary - Treasurer, Henry M. Buckley 3. For the purpose of waiving all notice required under the Charter of said corporation or under the laws of the State of Georgia for calling meetings of stockholders of said corporation and for calling meetings of the Board of Directors of said corporation. 4. For the purpose of voting said stock at whatever time it becomes necessary at the convenience of said corpora- tion. for the dissolution of the same: 5. For the doing of any and all further act or acts which are incidental and necessary to the aforesaid enumerated acts hereinabove set forth. There being no further business, Council adjourned, subject to the call of the Mayor. C1 rk of •ouncil 73 Mayor Savannah Beach, Tybee Island, Ga. January 11, 1951 The regular meeting of Town Council was held today in the Council Room at 4 p. M. and was attended by Mayor Dutton, who presided, Councilmen peters, Hosti, Brown, Meddin, Lovell, Town Attorney Solms, Supt. Reed, Chief McCutchen and Mr. T. E. Fitzgibbon. The minutes of the meetings of November 29th and December 19th were read and adopted. Mr. Fitzgibbon wanted to know what had been done relative to that portion of P reddin Drive that he, Mrs. Folk and Mrs. Berg wished to purchase from the Town. He stated that Mrs. Abby Payne, one of the owners on this drive had objected, Mr. Fitzgibbon was excused. The Mayor instructed Mr. Solms to notify Mrs. Payne that the matter of her object- ing to the sale of a portion of Meddin Dr. would be heard at the next regular meeting of Council. 74 Councilman Meddin moved that bills for the month of December amounting to 1882.76 be paid and also bills for. the Water Department of the month of December amounting to $3379.26 be paid, Councilman peters seconded and the motion passed. The Mayor asked Mr. Solms what was the status of the claim of the Town against the Insurance Co. for the damage done to the column at the entrance of the parking area On 16th St. in which it was estimated would cost $106.48 to repair damages, Mr. Solms stated that he was handling the matter with Mr. Little the Insurance Adjuster, the Mayor asked if the other column should be taken down, Mr. Reed stated that it should be left there, Mr. Reed stated that the transite pipe was leaving Bir- mingham on the 12th by truck, the Mayor asked how long would it take to lay it, Mr. Reed said using prisoners it will be slow as there is 15,000 feet of pipe to be laid, he has 15 prisoners now and will lase 6 this month, the Water Works Sys- tem is operating alright, he needs some 3/4 inch pipe, that the fire plug on 16th st. near Carbo's should be moved, he was in- structed to move it, he also stated that in the very near fu- ture a large crop of weeds would be growing over the Island, he was instructed to check on those that need cutting most. Chief McCutchen requested that the personel of the Police Department be given a raise in salary due to the high cost of living, he also stated that the insurance on the police car and ambulance is not adequate that the Town should have collision insurance, he was informed that the Town does . not own the ambulance, it is the property of the S. B. V. F. Dept;. Councilman Hosti informed Council that a considerable amount of paint of different kinds is needed for the approach- ing season, he was requested to contact the Finance Committee, he also stated that he was going to need 2 new trucks by next summer. Councilman peters moved that the assessments on the improvements on Lot 58 -B, Ward 3, the property of Joseph A. O'Leary be reduced to $5500.00 for the years 1949 & 50. Coun- cilman Meddin seconded and the motion passed. The Mayor stated that the sign on 15th St. and Butler Ave., owned by T. S. Chu, that he should have requested per- mission to relocate the sign. Councilman peters moved that the whiskey license of American Legion post 154 be transferred to Mike Mikowski upon the payment of a fee of $25.00, Councilman Hosti seconded and the motion passed. A letter was received from the Manufacturers of the Chlorinator that was installed in the Treatment plant and which was subsequently returned.to them for an estimate as to the cost of repair asking what disposition was to be made regarding tl?is' CC Clwal 1 1 1 1 Chlorinator. The matter was referred to Supt. Reed to contact Mr. Joseph Hutton and check on the matter. There being no further business, Council adjourn - ed, subject to the call of the mayor. Mayor Savannah Beach, Tybee Island, Ga. February 8, 1951 The regular meeting of Town Council was held in the Council Room today at 4 p M and wawn - attended by Mayor Dutton, who presided,. Councilmen Peters, Brown, Smith, Meddin and Lovell, Town Attorney Solms, Supt. Reed and Chief MoCutchen. The Mayor asked Mr. Reed if any work had been started on laying new water mains, he stated that work had been started, that he had eight prisoners, and that all of the streets in Venetian Terrace and Horsepen Hammock had been leveled and graded and were now in excellent condition, also that the building formerly housing the Fire Station and the _'ail and which is now used entirely as the Fire Station houses two fire engines and the ambulance, since the new opening has been made on the north-side of the building. The Mayor informed Council that the personel of the police Department had been invited to join the Georgia Peace Officers Benefit 'Association, that the initial dues are 43.00 per person per year and the monthly dues are 2% of the salary with a maximum of $4.50 and that the Town allow the additional 2 % of the officers salaries to take care of these dues, Councilman smith moved that the members of the police Department be allowed an additional 2% of their salary, with a maximum of $4.50 per person, Councilman Lovell seconded and the motion passed. Twenty -five tickets -for a dance given by the • Chatham County police Benevolent Association were present- ed to Council with a request that they be purchased, Council- man Peters moved that Council purchase ten (10) tickets, Councilman Meddin seconded and the motion passed. Chief'LMcCutohenpota$edt Otsome Qr, the basg; p pes :ghat. hold eomp of, the:. pe.z'; .ng me.terg ohouldeba TPJathalg dr3,11- Od toJ1 et the salt water drain out to prevent rust.ing, that this work would have to be done with an electric drill and it would be necessary to get an 110 -V A. C. portable generator. 75