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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF LEESBURG TOWN` COUNCIL, OCTOBER 25, 198.67 <br /> A regular meeting of the Leesburg Town Council was held in the <br /> Council Chambers, 10 West Loudoun Street, Leesburg, Virginia, on <br /> October 25, 1978 at 7 : 30 P.M. The meeting was called to order by <br /> the Mayor, with the invocation being given by Mr. Tolbert, and fol- <br /> lowed with the Salute to the Flag. Present were: Mayor Kenneth B. <br /> Rollins, Councilmembers Stanley D. Herrell , Jr. , G. Dewey Hill , Jr. <br /> Marylou Hill , Walter F. Murray and John W. Tolbert, Jr. ; also Town <br /> Manager John Niccolls , Assistant Manager Jeffrey H. Minor and Di- <br /> rector of Finance Donald 0. Taylor. Absent from the meeting was <br /> Councilmember Glen P. Cole. <br /> The minutes of the regular meeting of October 11, 1978 were <br /> approved as written. <br /> Mayor Rollins presented Certificates of Qualification for a <br /> Police Department intra-departmental pistol course recently con- <br /> ducted by Chief Kidwell with some 30 women in. attendance for the <br /> course. Appropriate remarks concerning this course were -made by <br /> the Mayor prior to the presentation of certificates. <br /> Manager' s Report: <br /> Mr. Niccolls reported the following items : <br /> La (1 ) The "Lamplighter" should be in the mail on Friday. <br /> ✓ (2) Concerning the waterworks improvement project, the system <br /> reinforcing is over 50 percent complete. The contractor has two <br /> crews working and the project should be completed in short order. <br /> (3) Test pumping of the Evergreen Mill wells began Tuesday and <br /> will be continued for a 72-hour consecutive period This includes the <br /> close monitoring of' wells in- the area, such as the Middle School, the <br /> Stowers property, two on Mr. John Wright' s property and our own wells. <br /> This will allow very careful calculation of the effective yield of <br /> these.. wells for design purposes. It is expected that these will <br /> prove to be very high producing. wells. <br /> (4) The large storm drainage pipe authorized around Firemen' s <br /> Well has been delivered andpublic works. crews are installing it. <br /> This is about an, $8,000 projectin materials cost and is being done <br /> ' to avoid any possibility of surface water contamination into this <br /> well . This. is one of our.most dependable producing wells. <br /> (5) Paving work on Edwards Ferry, Road is nearly complete - <br /> some 1200 tons of asphaltic mix have been put down to date. The east <br /> end of North Street and Plaza Drive are complete. All of these projects <br /> are running underthe estimated tonnage and' are, therefore, under the <br /> budgeted amount of $120, 000. At the Mayor' s request, the proposed <br /> shoulder widening on Morven Park Road has been studied. There are two <br /> segments of, this project and both can be accomplished for about $1, 200 <br /> and within the budgeted amount, so they will be underway shortly. <br /> (6) The Betz-Converse-Murdoch report on the Potomac River project <br /> will be received Friday. This- is their design review and recommenda- <br /> tions for revision in the plan to bring it into conformance with the <br /> requirements of OSHA, the Safe Drinking Water Act and technical re- <br /> quirements of the State Health Department. ' The next phase will be <br /> for Council to review this report, adopt it if they are in accord <br /> with it and authorize preparation of construction documents. These <br /> can be completed within 100 days, according to the engineers. <br /> (7) Mr. Taylor has advised that the tax bills will be mailed <br /> tomorrow. <br /> (8) With regard to the cash report - the Gene$RgrpwA <br /> utlwiaaoevel <br /> to $73, 000 - this is probably the low point for this year. There will <br /> be tax payments made during the next several weeks, but this indicates <br /> that we need the beginning balances proposed in the Budget. <br /> Mayor' s- Report : <br /> Mayor Rollins requested that all Councilmembers be furnished a <br /> copy of the proposed newsletter about a month before it goes out in <br /> order that they might put in anything they desire and in 'order that <br /> they might edit it before it is published. <br />
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