The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on September 5, 1981 · 14
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4B the Journal Times, Sdturday, i COMMON COUNCIL OFFICI AI. PROCEEDINGS Sitfphen r. Olsen. Mayor City Council Chamber Racine, Wisconsin September, I, 1881 8:M P.M. 'At the regular meeting of the Common Council held this Tuesday evening, " His Honor Mayor .Stephen F. Olsen presi ided and called the meeting to order at 8: ' 30 P.M. and the following Aldermen were present at Roll Call: Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lu-careli, Obernberger, Otto, Sucharda, Turner, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Dav- ies, Duchac, Eastman, Hardy: . Alderman Mattes and Alderman Ei-lers were excused. , , Mayor Olsen led the Council in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Minutes of the previous meeting were approved as printed on motion of Alderman Lucareli. Public Hearings 1. His Honor the Mayor announced that the time had arrived for a Public Hearing on Item 47 of August 18, 1981 Councir Proceedings on the proposed change of zoning of property located on the east side of Golf Avenue, north of Wolff Street, City of Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, be rezoned from 'R-I" Single Family Residence District to "H" Restricted Industrial District. No -one appeared. - '. '' His Honor the Mayor declared the '. Public Hearing closed. 2. His Honor the Mayor announced that the time had arrived for a Public Hearing on Item 48 of August 18, 1981 Council Proceedings on the proposed change of zoning of property located at the rear of McDonald's at 21st Street and Lathrop Avenue, City of Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, be rezoned from "R-2" Single Family Residence District to "B-2" Community Shopping District. " No one appeared. His Honor the Mayor declared the ' Public Hearing closed. Communications, Petitions, etc, and Action of Council thereon. Received and Filed. 3. Report of the Building Deparment v , for the month of August, 1981 submitted by the Chief Building Inspector. 4. Communication from Attorney. Joseph J. Muratore submitting a written protest signed by owners of 20 or more of the land directly opposite and extending 100 feet from the street frontage of the parcel proposed for conditional use by Allyn Bus Company. "5. Communication from the Lake-shore Develo'pment Company requesting your consideration of an option to Qfwpit a 90 day period of exclusive righvrtcNie-gotiate with the City the property located at 5th Street on the North, 6th Street on ' the South, Lake Avenue on the West and (he Eastern Boundry 455 feet due east of the Western Boundry. Plans call for development of the entire site with the main structure devoted to commercial office space and submitting a $500.00 Option Fee check. Referred Co (be Finance Committee. 6. Communication from the Commissioner of Health requesting $120.00 to cover registration fees for his nursing staff in order to up-date their nursing assessment skills in a series of workshops to be held at St. Mary's Medical Center. in me Duoreme Lourt. ; mere pre only eight of ooQinstQllofher. mrf raomoirt PktuK IW A fNX HEUBt fcxJurtwARONALDNEAME WNJER MATTHAU IX CLAYBURQH 1ST MONDAY N OCTOBER' Basad Upon the Ftay by HOME LAWRENCE aid SOBEPT E LEE Saopby by OME LAWRENCf t (OBERT E LEE PtoduoBd bn PAUL rtlLHi and MARTHA SCOT ll!7i SHOWTIMK Sat. Son. 1:10, 1:10, S.-10, 7:10, Mwi.-THurt. Mon.-THur. 7 JO, MO I:M. S'M, 9 I SHOWTIMCS Hh iosrK- SHOWTMACl $. a two. 1:05, 3 10. S IS, 7:20, 35 Mwi.-Thwr. 7 20, 9 25 t 3 rSMOWTtAAO S. A Swh.SJ--' 1 J 2 00, 4 JO, 7:00, IS ' SMOWTIAAfJ ft Urn. 1.00, J OO, SOO 7 00. 9 00 - -?Wv 7 00. 9 00 Sept. 5 1981 Racine, yvis. Anthony J. St-hlaller. (!it Urrk 7. Communication from the President of the Racine Pollcemens Professional and Benevolent Corporation submitting the 1982-1983 contract bargaining requests. " 8. Communication from the Recording Secretary of Fire-Fighters Local No. 321 wishing to Inform you that ihey would like to op:n negotiations for 4982. . 9. Communication from the Chief of Police requesting an appropriation of $4,-000.00 for his General Office Supply Account which is nearly depleted. 10. Communication from the Director , of Parks and Recreation stating that the Gas and Oil Account in the Parks Department is becoming depleted and he will need approximately $10,000 added to the account with $6,000 from unused surpluses and $4,000 from the Contingent Fund. 11. Communication from the Director of Parks and Recreation requesting a meeting with the Finance Committee to discuss filling in with dirt certain areas at Shoop Park Golf Course to bring the areas up to grade, to control the water problems and also to proceed with the drainage tiles and manholes needed. The sum of $18,000 was provided for this work but only $8,000 worth of work was done this Spring. ! 12. Communication from the Director of Parks and Recreation stating that one of the large extra-strength glass fronts un me ummpanzee care ai me coo is cracked and needs to be replaced as soon as possible and he is requesting $1652.00 to be taken from the Contingent Fund since . this is not a budgeted item. 13. Communication from the Finance Director submitting the Wisconsin Parking System Audit Report and the City of Racine Audit Report for the year ended December 31, 1980. 14. Communication from the Commissioner of Public Works requesting that the Superintendent of Streets, Solid Waste and Bridges be allowed to attend the Institute at the University of Wiscon sin Extension-Madison regarding new developments on Ice and Snow Control Operations. 'Referred'" ! ftfttiu Cte&imaHds Services Committee. ,15. Communication from Len ,Jawor-ski, 1337 Kentucky Street, requesting a short foorpath from High Ridge parking area closest to the Mall to the closest point of the Mall parking area. This would allow Route 3 to end at High Ridge as it presently does, to allow safe pas--sage to and from the Mall. 16. Communication from the City Engineer submitting a copy of a letter from the Triple E Corporation regarding the plan of storm sewer separation for their Plant No. 2 located at 16th and Clark Streets. 17. Communication from the City Engineer attaching a copy of the letter from the State of , Wisconsin, Department of Transporatlon submitting "Award of Damages Parcel No. 41" for the ,11'est Sixth Street Project. ' , .' Referred to the Public Safety and Buildings Committee, City Attorney and Chief of Police. 18. Communication frpm the Finance Director attaching a proposed radio repair contract .between the City and the 'American Ihem Werewolf In London" Today at: 7:15 & 9:15 "1st Monday In October" Today at: 1:30, 3:30, 7:30, 9:30 R 9:10 Capitol "Private Eyes Today at: 2:15,9:30 "Saturday The 14th" po Today at: 4:00,7:45 AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON 9 30 J iR In Ihe Supreme O&bd, there ore only eight of them ' ogoinsloilofhec xm? i Jl ttB J County and he would like this item referred to the Public Safety and Buildings Committee, the City Attorney and the Chief of Police. ' Referred to the Traffic Commission. 19. Communication from the Alderman of the 5th District stating that the residents of Goold Street between Michigan Boulevard and N. Main Street have experienced problems "that are due to their driveways being blocked by parked cars and they are requesting to paint the curbs on' each side of the driveways. He would like this Item referred to the Traffic Commission to discuss this further. Referred to the Traffic Commission and the City Plan Commission. ,20. Communication from Richard J. Pugh, 1001 Michigan Boulevard, requesting reconsideration of one of the conditions in his conditional use permit for his proposed restaurant at 1756 Taylor Avenue and stating In Item B -"that the drive on the north side of 18th Street just west of Taylor Avenue be eliminated" -would cause conjestlon for his west bound customers trying to exit and he would like to meet with the proper committee to suggest a change he would like to make. Alderman of the 11th District included in reference. Referred to the. City Plan Commission. 21. Communication from the Chairman of the Transit and Parking Commission stating that at its last meeting, the Transit and Parking Commission recommended that steps be taken to review and , modify the Section of the Municipal Code pertaining to off-street parking requirements in business areas which have an approved development plan. He would like this item referred to the City Plan Commission and to have the Commission v ted tn the r next meetine. Referred to the School Traffic Safety Committee. 22. Communication from the Prince pal of Wadewitz : School, 2700 Yout Street, expressing his concern regarding the safety of students attending the Wadewitz School who cross Yout Street and he would like to meet with the proper Committee to discuss this further. Alderman of the 8th District included in reference. , 23. Communications from the Princi-pal of Jefferson Lighthouse School, 1722 West Sixth Street, and the Co-Presidents of Jefferson Lighthouse P.T.A. requesting a. location change of a Crossing Stwud' Hsigrid to KiOKie. Avenue and. Columbia Street and they would like this guard to be below Holy Communion Church as children cross towards he-bridge. Aldermen of the 8th and 18th Districts included in reference. - Referred to the Parks and Recreation Commission. - 24. Communication from Doug wick expressing "his concern for the changes being proposed for Theos Park and he feels that another study should be made now after the park has seen a new face with all of the safety violations taken 'care of, and new paint. Referred to the License and Welfare1 Committee. 25. The following applications for a Class "B" Retail Fermented Malt. Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License: Robert L. Henderson, Herman A.J. Luedtke, and Bruce G. Banning, 965 Milwaukee Avenue -1st District; Jonathan Lowe, James Leo Prevost, and Richard Vernon McDonough, 1600 Albert Street, 8th District; Delia Story, 1508 State Street, 8th District. ' '-" ' Alderman Barry moved to refer Item 25 to the License and Welfare Committee- . . Alderman Turner moved to refer Item 25 to the License and Welfare Corn- 554-6970 "9 to 5" Today at: 9:30 "The CannonbaSI Run" Today at: 7:30 PO .632-2781 "Stripes" Today at: 1:15, 3:15, 7:15, 9:15 632-4844 "Cas" Today at: 3:40, 7:30 "Caleiy of Terror" Today at: 2:00, 9:15 A UnivrnaJ Release arc ttf Jvtt Cat inmee witn the exception of Delia Storv 1508 State Street. Alderman Barry's motion to refer all three nnniirini ,n ,. i ., Welfare Committee adorned hv the ,,. lowing vote Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Lucar-ell, Obernberger, Otto, Sscharda, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Davies, Duchac. Noes -Knudsen, Turner, Eastman, Hardy. ' Ayes 12, Noes 4. Alderman of the 16th District included in reference. 26. The application of Marcus Breet Martin for a Class "A" Retail Fermented Malt Beverage License at 1004 Seventeenth Street. (6th District). Alderman of the fth District Included In reference. , " 27. The application of Lorraine M. Stephens. 806 Newman Road, for a Massage Technician Permit. I Reports of Committees and Action of Council Thereon. i ... ' , Finance Committee Report. 28. YOUR COMMITTEE ON FINANCE: To whom was referred: s Respectfully reports:' 1. Item 8 of 8-18-81, being a communis cation from he Director of Parks & Recreation stating the city Pitch-In, Cleanup committee are making progress to alleviate the litter problem, but are running short of funds to publicize this program in the schools and community. Recommends that v the City Pitch-In, Clean-Up Committee be authorized to seek contributions from various service organizations and clubs in the City of, Racine to help in this project. 2. Item 9 of 8-18-81, being a communication from the City Attorney Stating that a tentative agreement has been reached for the sale of approximately 6.2 acres of land to Allyn Bus Co. Said land being located in the F. M. Young Industrial Park. , Recommends that the approximate 6.2 acres of land located in the F. M. Young Industrial Park be sold for $24,000. per acre. , 3. (Direct referral) City of Racine Invoice No. 37692 issued in error. Recommends that Invoice No. 37692, in the amount of $30. be cancelled and charged against Account 1-5-099-518-000 Judgment and claims.' 4. (Direct referral) Claim Of Esther L. Plant Recommends the claim be denied. 5. (Direct referral) Claim of John M. Ugrotzi, Jr. . : Recommends that the claim, In the amount of $167.75 be paid and charged against Account 1-5-099-518-000, Judgement and Claims. 6. (Direct referral) Claim of Elsi Hal-bur and Martin Boscher Recommends the claim be denied -. 7. (Direct referral) Communication from the Personnel Director requesting an appearance before the Finance Personnel Committee to discuss a bill from Arbitrator Kay Hutchinson. Recommends that the bill of $750.00 submitted for the arbitration between the City of Racine and the Policemen's Professional and Benevolent Corp.. be paid and charged against Acct. 1-5-O99-518-0O0, Judgement ana Claims. 8. (Direct referral) Communication from the Finance Director informing the Committee that effective October 1, 1981, all gasoline storage tanks, 2000 gallons or greater, must be equipped with a vapor recovery system. Recommends that $870. be appropriated from Account 1-5-083-540-000, Contingent Fund for the purchase of the vapor recovery system for the Dept. of Public Works, Parks and Recreation Dept. and Police Dept. storage tanks. Respectfully submitted, Alderman James A. Eastman v . : ' Chairman, Finance Committee , Alderman Heck requested that Item 2 be considered separately. Alderman Eastman moved that the Finance Committee Report be adopted jwith the exception of Item 2. ' " ' Adopted by the following vote: Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli, Obernberger, Otto, Sucharda, Turner, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Davies, Duchac. Eastman, Hardy. Ayes 16, Noes 0. " Alderman Eastman moved that Item 2 be adopted. There was a discussion on the Council Floor regarding this item. Alderman Heck .moved for the previous question. There were no objections. -Alderman Eastman's motion to adopt Item 2 adopted by the following vote: Ayes -Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli, . Bray, Constantine, Davies, Duchac, Eastman, Hardy. " Noes -Heck, Obernberger, Otto. Sucharda, Turner. Barry. 1 Ayes 9, Noes 6. Alderman Jenkins abstained from voting. "' " ..' Public Warts and Service Committee Report. 29. Your COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC W0RKS AND SERVICES to whom was referred: . Respectfully report: 1. ltem jl of August 4, 1981, baing a communication from William C. Proost and Sons, 612 College Avenue, requesting the City take action to reconsider the price offering for their property at West Sixth Street and North Memorial Drive; Recommend the communication be received and filed with the knowledge that the seller agrees R) t sale price of , $34,000 and the State DOT has approved the purchase price 2. Item 14 of August 4, 1981, being a petition submitted by Aid. Patricia Obernberger requesting the brick surface CARSYOUIS LAD DAY ot 4:00 p.m. CAWOUTS SHOtfOtEST 439-5305 Erio end 3 Id. GKHtOfTOWN 554-7334 M9m Id. of ToyW for tetxitM fiuo, Chkktn, on the 1000 and 1)00 blocks of College Av- enue be re,alned; Recommend that the 1000 and 1100 blocks of College Avenue be deleted from the 1981 asphalt resurfacing program; and further recommend that this Item be deferred until January, 1982. Further recommend that Owen Avenue between Sixteenth Street and Washington Avenue be placed on the 1981 asphalt resurfacing' program and that this work be made a part of Contract 18-81, Bituminous Resurfacing (C.D.B.G.). 3. Communication from the City Engineer submitting amended plan for the reconstruction of College Avenue between Eighth Street and Seventh Street, recommending that the street be widened from 32.5 feet to ,36 feet, face to face, and re- questing an appropriation of $4000 to install new cable and replace two lights where the widening will take place'; (direct referral) Recommend that the street widening plan as submitted by the City, Engineer be approved; and further recommend the approval of the street lighting project at a cost not to exceed $4000 with funding ' approved in accordance with the Community Development Committee. 4. Communication from the City Engineer submitting Change Order No. 1 for Contract 31-81, 20th Street Sewer Work, Svendsen Bros., Inc., contractor; Recommend that Change Order No. 1 as submitted be approved and the funding in the amount of $887.00 to defray the cost of this additional work be appropriated from Acct. 7-5-803-075-000, Sewer Construction -Various Locations. . , 5. Communication from the Commls-; sioner of Public Works requesting fund-, lng for public relations announcements and requesting, funding for paid advertisements in the news media to communicate with the citizenry on the adjusted solid waste collection service that will , be Implemented October 19, 1981; (direct referral) Recommend that public relations paid advertisements to communicate with the -public on the new curballey line collec- tion service be authorized and implemented in accordance with the Commissioner of Public Works' report; further recommend that $4100 be appropriated to defray the cost of this program; and fur-- ther recommend that this item be referred to the Finance Committee for funding. 6. Communication from the Purchasing Agent requesting authorization for in- r formal bidding on salt purchases for the Department of Public Works for the 1981 -19S2 scastaif (dlvtp'rttefal';''',, ' - Recommend that the Purchasing ,nt be authorized and directed to nego- l.-.e for the purchase of salt for use by the Department of Public Works for the 1981 -U2 season. 7. Communication from the Purchasing Agent submitting bids on four snow--plows for the Department of Public Works; Recommend that the contract for purchase of four snowplows, Henke Model 41" Rll, be awarded to Monroe Truck Equipment, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, at their bid price of $12,260.00, they being the lowest responsible bidder; further recommend that, funds to defray the cost of this purchase be appropriated from Acct. 1-5-054-701-081, Snow and Ice Removal. " 8. Communication from Mr. Kal Jensen requesting a waiver on sewer and water service on Lot 13. Block 7, Owens Addition,' on Russet Street; (direct referral) Recommend that the order to install sewer and water service to Lot 13, Block 7, Owens Addition, Tax No. 23665, in the 2000 block of Russet Street, be waived. 9. Pursuant to request made In accordance with Section 2.09.130 of the Municipal Code of Ordinances, your Com mittee recommends that the following street be treated with oil during the 1981 season for dust control and the cost thereof assessed against the abutting property; Island Avenue -Rupert Boulevard south to end of street. Cul-de-sac -Watervlew Circle and Willow Tree Circle. Aid. N. Owen Davies, Chairman Committee on Public Works ft Services Alderman Davies moved that the Public Works and Services Committee Report be adopted. Adopted by the following vote: Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli, Obernberger, Otto, Suchar- ' da, Turner. Barry, Bray. Constantine, Davies, Duchac, Eastman, Hardy. Ayes 16. Noes 0. " i Public Safety aad Buildtnp Committee. 30. Your PUBLIC SAFETY AND BUILDINGS COMMITTEE to whom was referred ' Respectfully reports: 1. Item 15 of 8-18-81, being a Communication from Sanford Sklansky of S ft D Incorporated, 4110 Manhattan Drive, stating he would like to introduce to the Racine area a new service that specializes in photo documentation In residential and non-residential areas, and as a public service, also provide a home protection survey, and he would like to meet with the proper committee to discuss this home protection survey. Recommend that the Communicatioa be received and filed. 1 Communicatioa from Tom White attaching letter from the Water and ' Wastewater Utility requesting a five (5) year extensioa on their lease of rooms 223, 227. 229 and 231 In the City Hall Annex and a storage area of 46t square feet. Recommend that rooms 223, 227,, 229 and 231 be rented at the rate of $4.94 per square foot and that the rental for the storage area be $300 per year, for five years as requested. 3 Communication from Fred Zlmdari regarding Change Order No. I to Feiner Plumbing Co. Racine. Wl. for work under contract No. 22-81. Plumbing Work at the Washoigtoa Park Community Center. " Recommend Omt the change order be w " me amovra of wjtn.se ana the funds be appropriated from account 7 J-822-01J-300. Whin(t'on Park Community Center Renovation. 4 la accordance with Sectioa 298 ISO of the Municipal Code of the General Or dinances of the City of Racine, - mmd the following street light changes be fraaMft.-;- V '. j.; .. '. r'.-v ".' I. Install a 250 wart wrewy vapor sfreet hgW at the Intersectioa of Meaca-em Road and Ernsts Bills Rd. ' Respectfully submitted. Jtobwt Herk. Chairman , Psbc Safety And &e.tf a Commute Alderman Kswdsea requeued that Item 2 be considered separately. Alderman Heck moved that the Public Safety and Buildings Committee Report be adopted with the exception of. Item 2 Adopted by the following vote: Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli, Obernberger, Otto, Sucharda, Turner, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Davies, Duchac, Eastman, Hardy, Aves 16, Noes 0. Alderman 'Knudsen moved to refer Item 2 back to the Public Safety and Buildings Committee Motion to refer adopted. License and Welfare Committee Report. 31. Your LICENSE AND WELFARE COMMITTEE tq whom was referred: Respectfully reports: .y 1. Item 22 of August 18, 1981 being the application of Manuel Joe Bento for a Class "B" Retail Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License at 424 Lake Avenue. (1st District). Recommends the License be granted. ' ' 2. Item 23 of August 18, 1981 being two applications for a Class "A" Retail Fermented Malt Beverage License. Recommends a license' be granted to K-Mart Corporation, 1750 Ohio Street, contingent upon all the codes being brought up to compliance and the Agent bringing in the proper forms as requested by the Department of Revenue. The-application of S. L. Tillman, 1048 S. Memorial Drive, is denied. 3. The application of Charles N. Rogers, 1122 Blake Avenue, for a Class "D" Operators License. Recommends the application be de-nied. ' Alderman Turner voted no. Frank A. Barry, Chairman License and Welfare Committee Alderman Barry moved that the ' License and Welfare Committee Report be adopted. . Adopted by the following vote: , Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli', Obernberger, Otto, Sucharda, Turner, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Davies Duchac, Eastman. Hardy. Ayes 16, Noes 0. Transit and Parking Commission Report. - 32. Your TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION to whom was referred Respectfully Reports: 1. Communication from the Traffic ' Engineer submitting. informal quotes received on repairs at the Wisconsin Ave- ..nuft Paafcins. eamnt- Recommend that the contract be awarded to Concrete Restoration Co.; 542 Hillside, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137, at their bid price of $6,500.00, they being the low responsible bidder; and further recommend that funds to cover, the cost of the project be appropriated from Account 4 1-304-223-400. Wisconsin Avenue Ramp Building Repairs. 2. Communication from City Engineer requesting that a Change Order in the amount of $600 be approved for Contract -23-81, West Racine Parking Lot. A. W. Oakes ft Sons contractor for blacktopping Ihe alley that runs between the parking lot. - Recommend that the Change' Order be approved in the amount of $600.00, And that funds be taken from Account 7-5-841-001-000, West Racine Parking Lot. - . -John M. Bjelajac, Chairman . Transit ft Parking Commission Alderman Heck moved that the Transit and Parking Commission Report be adopted. . Adopted by the following vote: Ayes -Heck, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudsen, Lucareli, Obernberger, Otto, Sucharda,' Turner, Barry, Bray, Constantine, Davies, Duchac, Eastman, Hardy. Aye 16, Noes 0. City Plan Commiuiea Report. 33. Your CITY PLAN COMMISSION To Whom Was Referred " Respectfully Reports: 1. Item 46 of 8-18-81 being the ordinance to annex property on the east side of Golf Avenue, north of Wolff Street, from the Town of Mt. Pleasant to the City of Racine. Recommend that the ordinance be adopted. 2. Item 47 of 8-1841 being the ordinance to retone property on the east side Of Golf Avenue, north of Wolff Street, from R-l Single Family Residence District to M Restricted Industrial District. Recommend that the ordinance be adopted. 1 Item 48 of 8-1841 being the ordinance to rezone the rear of the McDonald's at 21st Street and Lathrop Avenue from R 2 Single Family Residence District to B-2 Community Shopping District. . Recommend that ' the ordinance be , adopted. Further recommend that tur lng movements from the drive-up window onto Lathrop Avenue be limited to right turns only. 4. Item 16 of 8-1841 being the oetitloa to annex 243 -f -acres of land located north of Chickory Road and east of Knoll Place to the City of Racine from the Town of Mt. Pleasant. The City Plan Commission finds that the annexattoa is not m conflict with adopted City plans and program and recommends that: a) The land be annexed. 1 bVThe annexed territory be placed la the 17th Aidermanic District. 5 Direct Referral. Conditional L'se request from Racine Telecable to coa-struct a free standing 100 foot receiving tower oa their property east of Greet Bay Road and aorta of 21st Street. Recommend that a Conditional Use Permit be granted to Racine Telecable Corporation to construct a 100 foot free standing recerrtng tower en the aorta side of 21st Street, east of Green Bay Road subject to the Mtowing conditions: a) That the lower be located a m mi-mum of 100 ft. from at) propetty line. b) That all codes and ardinaacet be compiled wita and required permits acquired t Direct Referral. Conditional l'se request from Alive Bus Company to construct a school bus service facility east of Mt. Pleasant Street and souta of Met-via Avenue. - Recommend that a Contfttkmal L't Permit be grssxed k 9e AJtya Bus Com-oary to comMfuct a srhool bus term vita) tot the f M Yowig. Sr. Industrial Park ' east of Mt. Firuant Street aad sovrk of Mehha Aeue subject to cempiiaac wita the foitovirg coadKioM: ; a) That all stie plans, buildmg plant and signs be atywfd by the Director of Oty Drvetaer and be subtsaMiaity it accord wrtj ptmm submitted to the Ciy (CeatbaM U Faft SB)

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