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21 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE effect that then is the repeal of any section of the City Charter upon that subject. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday evening December 16th 1881 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 16th day of December 1881 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Offficers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor L. P. Smith and Councilmen John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm. A. Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer, and Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had: A report is received from the Street Committee upon the advisability of building certain sidewalks; thereupon the report is received and ordered filed. The special Com tee returns the claim of F.H. Whitworth for services in making certain survey for 3rd street sidewalks without recommendations; thereupon it is ordered that a Warrant be drawn upon the Road Fund in Favor of said F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $5.00 in full for said claim The Claims of Waddell & Miles for repairs to gas pipes is ordered paid by Warrant drawn on the Gas Fund in the sum of $34.50 And now comes John Graff & makes application for a Grocery license for the period of 3 months from Dec 28 1881 thereupon his bond therefore approved and a license is ordered issued accordingly Ordered that a Gas Lamp be erected at the Corner of 4th and Cherry Streets Ordered that the tax assessor of Julius Linberg be referred to the Committee on Gas

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21 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE effect that there is and repeal of any section of that City Charter upon that subject. Ordered that the Council Stand now adjourned untill Friday evening December 16th 1881 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 16th day of December 1881 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in it's Council Chamber Pusuant to adjournment The following Officers are present, to wit: His Honor The Mayor L.P. Smith and Councilmen John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm.A. Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had: A report is recieved from the Street Committee upon the advisability of building certain side walks; Thereupon the report is received and ordered filed. The special Com tee returns the claim of F.H. Whitworth for services in making certain surveys for 3rd Street sidewalks without recommendation: Thereupon it is ordered that a Warrant be drawn upon the Road Fund in favor of said F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $5.00 in full for said claim The claim of Waddell & Miles for repairs to gas pipes is ordered paid by Warrant drawn on the Gas Fund in the sum of $37.50 And now comes John Graff & makes application for a Grocery license for the period of 3 months from Dec. 28, 1881. Thereupon his bond there for is approved & a licenses is ordered issued accordingly Ordered that a Gas Lamp be erected at the corner of 4th and Cherry Streets Ordered that the tax matter of Julius Linberg be referred to the Committee on Gas

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Committee Report Mr President Your Committee on Judiciary to whom was referred the Petitionof Mr John Graff beg leave to respectfullly submit the following report; We referred the petition to City Engineer and Corporation Counsel and submit their reports as the report of your committee was fully concuring therein A S Miller Frank A Pontius W H Bogardus committee

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Make Copies (not certified) of (1) All petitions filed by John Graff relating to damages claimed for grading of street at corner Fifth & Terrace (2) All orders of City Council relating to same 3 - Title, date, and page of record of all ordinances relating to grading or change of grade of said Streets since 1888

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6/6-90 City of Seattle Petition of John Graff Comm. on Streets believe that Mr Graff labors under a mis apprehension as to the effect of changing the grade - as it will result in a benefit to his property instead of a damage, and the Com would recommend that the remonstrance be placed on file T E Jones F A Twitchell Filed June 6 1890 W P Forrest County Auditor

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