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319 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 21 1887 D K Baxter byhis attorney, notified the City not to deposit any earth on Lots 7 & 8 Maynard's plat Referred to City Attorney Ordered that the Council do now adjourn. Approved Thomas T Minor Mayor Attest clerk. Oct 24 1887 Be it remembered that on this 24st day of October 1887 the Council met persuant to call- Present,His Honor the Mayor T T Minor and Councilmen Furth, Green, Lake, Moran, Niesz, Russell & Reitze and Deputy Clerk C W Ferris. The Mayor states taht the object of the meeting is to see if the Council deems it advisable to take and steps in regard to the caving or sliding of property alone the Mill St grade. The City Attorney being called upon gave it as his opinion that the Ciyt would not be liable for the caving or sliding of property along said grade. On motion fo Councilman Furth Mr James Parke is granted privilegeof piling in the street for the protection of this property along Mill Street. Said piles to be driven under the supervisionofthe Street committee. the Committee instructed to take such slips as may be necessary to turn water away from the lot. Councilman Furth moves that the City Attorney be instructed to bring suit against Stetson and Post Mill Co for non-fulfillment of contract.

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319 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 21 1887 D K Baxter by his attorney, notified the City not to deposit any earth on Lots 7 & 8 Maynard's plat Referred to City Attorney Ordered that the Council do now adjourn. Approved Thomas T Minor Mayor Attest clerk. Oct 24 1887 Be it remembered that on this 24st day of October 1887 the Council met persuant to call- Present,His Honor the Mayor T T Minor and Councilmen Furth, Green, Lake, Moran, Niesz, Russell & Reitze and Deputy Clerk C W Ferris. The Mayor states taht the object of the meeting is to see if the Council deems it advisable to take and steps in regard to the caving or sliding of property alone the Mill St grade. The City Attorney being called upon gave it as his opinion that the Ciyt would not be liable for the caving or sliding of property along said grade. On motion fo Councilman Furth Mr James Parke is granted privilegeof piling in the street for the protection of this property along Mill Street. Said piles to be driven under the supervisionofthe Street committee. the Committee instructed to take such slips as may be necessary to turn water away from the lot. Councilman Furth moves that the City Attorney be instructed to bring suit against Stetson and Post Mill Co for non-fulfillment of contract.

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328 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 4 1887 Moran Bros 1131 Fire 20.26 Repg Hydrants Spring Hill Water Co 57 Water 330.50 Water month of Oct Mill St improvements Wm Tierney 1484 Ord 847 1293.75 Estimate Contract Work Mill St Albro Gardner 1485 Ord 847 45.14 Engineering Mill St Madison St Wm Tierney 1486 Ord 839 2317.00 Estimate Madison St Albro Gardner 1487 Ord 839 55.37 Engineering Madison St 7th St Wilson & Godfrey 1488 Ord 848 2434.46 Estimate Seventh St Albro Gardner 1489 Ord 848 47.90 Engineering Seventh St 7th St W E Wilson 1490 Ord 829 343.13 Estimate Seventh St Albro Gardner 1491 Ord 829 21.01 Engineering Seventh St 4th St Albro Gardner 1492 Ord 836 66.50 Estimate 4th St West St Albro Gardner 1493 Ord 843 72.50 Engineering West St Miscellaneous On motion of Councilman Furth ordered that the City surveyor at once prepare plans for cribbing to protect the property of D K Baxter and A H King on Mill Street and that the clerk at once advertise for bids for doing such work said bill to be filed with the clerk on or before Tuesday evening next & that when the council adjourn it adjourn until Tuesday evening next. Justice N Soderberg appears before the Council and asks that some action be taken in regard to discrimination against him by the Chief of Police and Police officers in refusing to tske criminsl cases to his court and also charging that the Chief of Police is in league with the gamblers and permitting gambling games to run i the City. On motion of Councilman Furth the matter is referred to the Committee on Health & Police and the Judiciary Committee. On motion of Councilman Lake ordered that here after when parties are given permission to take up sidewalks or street planking in order to make improvements

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