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On Spring Street: At Front Street 31 feet. At Second Street 80 feet. At Third Street 130 feet. At Fourth Street 163½ feet. At Fifth Street 192½ feet. At Sixth Street 225 feet. At Seventh Street 225½ feet.

On Seneca Street: At West Street 10 feet. At Front Street 48 feet. At Second Street 80 feet. At Third Street 125½ feet. At Fourth Street 170 feet. At Fifth Street 192 feet. At Sixth Street 213 feet. At Seventh Street 203 feet.

On University Street: At West Street 10 feet. At Front Street 60½ feet. At Second Street 85½ feet. At Third Street 120½ feet. At a point one hundred and fifty-three feet east of the middle of Third Street 132 feet. As a point one hundred and fifty-three feet west of the middle of Sixth Street 175 feet. At Sixth Street 175 feet. At Seventh Street 170½ feet.

On Union Street: At West Street 15 feet. At Front Street 80½ feet. At Second Street 91½ feet. At Third Street 115 feet. At Fourth Street 125½ feet. At Fifth Street 110 feet. At Sixth Street 135 feet. At Seventh Street 150½ feet.

On Pike Street: At West Street 15 feet. At Front Street 107 feet. At Second Street 111 feet. At Third Street 115½ feet. At Fourth Street 115½ feet. At Fifth Street 119 feet. At Sixth Street 119 feet. At Seventh Street 136 feet.

On PineStreet: At West Street 65 feet. At Front Street 138 feet. At a point midway between Front and Second Streets 160 feet. At Second Street 153 feet. At Third Street 132 feet. At Fourth Street 115feet. At Fifth Street 95 feet. At Sixth Street 95 feet. At Seventh Street 106 feet.

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Seattle, Wash. MCh 14th, 1890

To His Honor the Mayor and the Common Council of the city of Seattle.

Gentlemen,

We the undersigned property owners and business men doing business on front street bet. seneca and university do respectfully pettition your honorable body to remove all the rubbish on said street and to cut off the front of the Knight Building all ready condemed by you as soon as possible.

L. Dilles J. Lucy David Gilmore JH [?] T.C. Ph[?]y

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104 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 4/82 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of August 1882, the Common Council of the City o fSeattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law Present, His Honor the Mayor, H G Struve and councilmen John Collins, Chas F Clancy, O F Cosper, Frank Gash, G L Manning Chas McDonald and U M Rasin Thereupon the following proceedings are had. The Mayor submits and reads a communication to the Council with recommendations for legislation for the ensuing year; ordered that said communication be published Ordered that 25 copies of the order of business and list of standing committees be published in card form for the use of the Council A petition is received from Harman & Thurlow praying for a lease of a portion of Seneca Street; said petition is referred to the Comittee on Streets and Street Improvements. A petition isreceived from E A Turner et al praying for the construction of a sidewalk on King Street from 7th to 10th Streets, referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. Reports of the folowing Offices are received and referred to Committees; vizStreet Commissioner To Committees on Streets and Street Improvements Fire Warden To Fire Committee Harbor Master To Committee on Harbor and Wharves Treasurer To Finance Committee City Justice To Legislative and Judiciary Committee And now the Council proceeds to elect the City Officers for the ensuing year with the following resultClerk E S Osborne Attorney C H Hanford Treasurer J D Lowman Justice of the Peace Frank Seidel Health Officer Dr. E L Smith Surveyor F H Whitworth

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109 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 11/82 Pine and Ninth Streets and on Stewart, First and Virginia Streets; said petition is referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvement. A petition is received from Franenthal Bros praying for the remission of the 10% penalty on delinquent tax on Jackson Street Sidewalk tax rolls; the same is referred to Finance Committee A petition is received from W W Holcomb et al for a deed to Lot 151 is City Cemetary; the same is referred to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds A Communicaation is received from the City Attorney upon the construction of Sections 63 & 94 of the City Charter, and is thereupon referred to the Legislation and Judiciary Committee The Street Committee report in favor of granting the petition of G W Hall et al and thereupon it is ordered that the Judiciary Committee be & they are instructed to submit an ordinance for the construction of sidewalks on Pine and Ninth Streets and on Stewart, Tenth and Virginia Streets as prayed for The Street Committee report favorably on the petition of Harmon & Thurlow for a lease of a portion of Seneca Street Thereupon said petition is referred to the Legislative and Judiciary Committee with instruction to prepare a lease in accordance therewith. The street Committee report favorably on the petition of E A Turner et al for a sidewalk on King Street; said petition is thereupon referred to the Legislative and Judiciary Committee with instructions to submit an ordinance in accordance therewith The Legislative and Judiciary Committee submit ordinance No 293 entitled "An ordinance to repeal Ordianace No292 of the city of Seattle" After due consideration said ordinance is adopted by the following vote; to wit: in favor of adoption,

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157 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 16/82 & Rasin; Against adoption none. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday October 23, 1882 at 7&1/2 o'clock PM Attest: E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Oct 23/82 Be it remembered that on this the 23rd day of October, 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H G Struve and Councilmen John Collins, Chas F Clancy, Fred Gasch, Chas McDonald & U M Rasin Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Received from E H Plummer et al remonstrating against combining 2d and Jackson Street grades in one district. Referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From A W Engle et al for a sidewalk on the South side of Washington Street from a point 90 feet West of 3rd Street to 2d Street. Adopted & Judiciary & Legislative Committee instructed to submit a proper Ordinance. From Sisters of Charity et al for a sewer on Madison Street from 5th Street to the Bay. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Snig Veren Arion for the refunding of the amount of Concert License paid. Referred to the Committee on Licenses and Revenues. From Jacob Levy et al for street lamps onFront Street near University & Seneca Streets. Referred to the Committee on Gas Lights Reports Received From Health Officer submitting quarterly report. Referred to teh Committee on Health & Police.

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