News: Abbotsford, Wis. (October 15, 1936)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Email: bob@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Daley, Dolan, Johnson, Kauffmann, Kelsey, Nelson, Notbohn, Rilling, Schorer

----Source: The Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., WI), Vol. 48, No. 42, Wednesday, October 8, 2008, page 2

VILLAGE BOARD VOTES $10,000 BUDGET; SPLIT AMONG MEMBERS

The Village Board met at the home of Mrs. Norma Johnson on October 7, 1936.

The meeting was called to order by President A. W. Notbohn at 10:00, P.M.

Members of the board present were President A. W. Notbohm; Trustees Louis Schorer, Oscar Nelson and Louis Kauffmann. Absent members, Dr. J. A. Rilling, William Daley and George Kelsey.

The meeting was adjourned until Monday, October 12th, because a quorum was not present, with the meeting place being the Norma Johnson residence. C. T. Dolan, Clerk

October 12, 1936 The Board met on October 12th, but there were only three trustees present and being there was not quorum of members the meeting was postponed to the following evening at 8 o’clock, October 13th. C. T. Dolan, Clerk

October 13, 1936 The Board met on October 13th, but there being no quorum of the members, the meeting was postponed to the following evening at 8 o’clock, October 14th. C. T. Dolan, Clerk

The Village Board met at the home of Norma Johnson on October 14th, 1936. The Village President and Trustees present, not representing a quorum, gave orders to the Village Marshall to go out and get someone to take the place of an absent member. C. T. Dolan, Clerk

 

 


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