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08-28-1962 290 August 28, 1962 The Board of Trustees of the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library met on Tuesday, August 28, 1962, in the Librarian's Office. Members present were Mrs. Roach, Mrs. Swartz, Mr. Fariss, Mr. Shannon, besides the Librarian and Secretary of the Board, Miss Caffey. Mr. Shannon presided. Mr. Lenko, City Attorney, was present to discuss the rezoning of Library property at West Hadley and the Truck By-Pas$, which is leased to the Mesilla Motor Company. The Company is planning on erecting a building for auto sales and repairs, and at present the land is Zone A (Agriculture). The Zoning Commission had rezoned the property at the request of theMesillaMotor Company to T-2 (which will allow them to erect their building) - provided the Libtary Board concurred in this matter. After due discussion Mrs. Roach made the motion that the Library Board approve the action of the Zoning Commission,in changing the property at West Hadley and the Truck By Pass which is leased to the Mesilla Motor Company from A to T-2. Mrs. Swartz seconded. Motion carried. Minutes of the August 7th meeting were approved as read. Miss Caffey reported that the City Commission had approved,the motion of the Library Board asking that the remainder of the bond money be spent on improving the air conditioning in the Library. This matter had been referred to the City Staff by the Commission. As Mr. Taylor was unable to be present at this meeting, Miss Caffey reported on the Library properties. 1. House at 331 S. Court. Two bids were rectived for installing the fence on the front footage. (There axe only 2 local fence companies.) Valley Block & Supply Co. $295.60 ABC Fence Company - 231.01 Mr. Fariss moved that Mr. Taylor be authorized to have the fence installed by the ABC Fence Company. Mrs. Roach seconded. Motion carried. 291 2. House at 406 West Las Cruces. Mr. Taylor had talked with the Wofford Construction Company concerning the installation of a folding door in the doorway of the downstairs East front room. Two doors were available - 1 for $58.00 and the other for $99.00. Both of these were accordion type doors that closed in the middle. These prices do not include installation. Mrs. Swartz moved that Mr. Taylor be authorised to have the Wofford Construction Company install the door, priced at $58.00. Mr. Faries seconded. Motion carried. As there was no further business, the meeting adjourned. Respectfullly����submitted, HeleCaffey' 1 Secretary it