F Manning

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F Manning - through the Illinois Si ate Scholarship...
through the Illinois Si ate Scholarship Commission and College Scholarship. Janice will attend St. Joseph's in forestry. ! Richard Dean Swift, son of Gloria Markham, daughter of in education. East Alton Homes Must Connect to New Sewer East Alton residents will be required to connect to ne\v sewer lines presently under construction in the village, the board of trustees decided Tuesday night. The board instructed Village Attorney Frances Manning to draft a sewer connection ordi- nance for further examination by the board. Such an ordinance would re- I quire property owners to con- inect with the nearest sewer line within 60 days of the line's completion adjacent to the prcp- |erty a discussion revealed. Following that, a penalty /4 Sweet&ttle Pttce... *# Women's & Children's TENNIS SHOES • Choice of Colors • All Sizes The busiest play shoes about . . . going here, there, everywhere! Stock up at these low prices! You'll be glad you did. clause would be in effect. Where feasible all septic tank and cesspool users will be required to utilize t h e new sewer line, according to Mayor Charles Vanpret- er. He said this also will include trailers placed on lots. i Connection of houses to t h e j lines would be paid for by the: property owners but there would j be no tap-on fee charged. Van-; preter added. In some municipalities a two to four hundred j dollar tap-on fee is charged. Such connections will elimi nate the cost to homeowners of having septic tanks cleaned out. Since East Alton is providing! sewage lift stations at a cost! of about ?40,000 each to service! low areas in the village all ofj these people should be connected to the new sewer system,! the mayor pointed out. ; Work on the sewer construe-! tion project provided by a $710,000 bond issue passed in 1963, and also a sewerage treatment plant is progressing well, it was announced. Manning and the engineering firm, Sheppard, Morgan and Schwaab have been at work obtaining easements sewer lines will be con- iject cannot proceed. water. j structed. Some problems have been en- Olin Works and East Alton j Easements for the line in the'countered on Valley Drive and!have been negotiating for some! Virginia Avenue area h a v e I Sixth Street, he added. time on a deal to sell to the vil-| " ' lage the wells, mains and prop-; erties from which East Alton's ih water is obtained. been granted and were signed! In other business the board Tuesday nig^t by the mayor, j authorized the village clerk and Most people have been cooper-1 Mayor Vanpreter to sign a joint ative but in some cases Man-[contract with the engineering. The board also approved ning has had trouble locating j firms of Sheppard, Morgan and property owners, he said. Citing a prime example, he Schwaab an Alton firm and Crawford, Murphy and Tilly, a said that if any eaement isn't I Springfield firm, for evaluation obtained on the first lot on a proposed sewer line, the pro of Olin Works water facilities from which East Alton gets its award of a garbage contract for a two-year period to Hcrron Trucking Co., and accepted the firm's surety (performance) bond set at $21,000 from Trans Ameri- can Insurance Co., Los Angeles. Calif. A village ordinance enacted June 2 requires the bond which is approximately half the yearly contract for garbage and refuse collection. The ordinance became effective 10 days later. Payment of bills for the month of May amounting *" to $1.843. was authorized by the board. The monthly treasurer's and clerk's reports were accepted as printed. AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS! Remember Father's Day, Sunday, June 21**

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 17 Jun 1964, Wed,
  3. Page 18

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