The clerk read a petition requesting the board take steps to have Vandalia Road paved.
The clerk presented a building permit from Richard Godfrey to build a grocery store on N.E. corner of south East Street and East Greenwood Avenue.
President appoints Pennell, German and Ransom as a committee to investigate a City of Jacksonville "Speed Cop" to come to the Village to arrest speeders.
Ordinance granted a franchise, license or permit to Elm City Bus Lines, Inc., its successors and assigns for the establishment, maintenance and operation of a motor Bus Transportation system in the village.
Ordinance passed that the president and trustees would receive $3 for each regular meeting attended and $1.50 for each adjourned or special meeting attended.
Ordinance prohibited keeping of hogs within the corporate limits of the village.
Board was going to be forced to do something about outdoor toilet on South West Street.
A letter from War Production Board, requested all water utility operators to cooperate with the War Effort in using as little copper and lead as possible.
Mr. Harry Birdwell addressed the board regarding the construction of a sandwich shop and a residence on South Main and East Vandalia Road.
At the present time there were 236 residences using water; 6 businesses and 44 residences not using water.
Motion made to purchase a blinker with 2 red and 2 amber lights at a cost of $39 to be placed at intersection of Vandalia Road and South Main.
Mrs. Homer Wilson asked for permission to use the Village Hall for an organization known as "Brownies".
Mr. Casler addressed the board regarding a proposed excavation site for a new school.
Motion passed to rename following streets: Park Street to Dewey Drive; Buffe Avene to South Clay; Waverly Road to West Vandalia Road; Jones Street to South East; Cannon Place to South East; and the street from Park Street to Waverly to be a continuation of South West Street.
Mr. Brickman addressed the board to build a supermarket store on South Main, south of Adams Super 66 Service Station.
A Fire Bond Election was held to levy taxes for fire protection purposes: 453-yes; 128-no.
Complaints were received against a person for hunting in the village. The clerk was instructed to notify the person that hunting would not be tolerated.