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128 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept 8/82 On this the 8th day of September 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, Fred Gasch and V.M. Rasin. No quorum being present, Council adjourned until Monday September 11 1882 at 7.30 o'clock p.m. Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor Sept 11/82 Be it remembered that on this the 11th day of September 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H. G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, O. F. Cosper, Chas F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and V.M. Rasin. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions received From W.A. Scott et al for the opening of Mill Street from 8th to Williamson Street, thence north to intersect Lake Street. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. Communications received From His Honor the Mayor recommending that the members of the Police force be uniformed. Referred to the Committee on Health and Police. Reports received From the Surveyor restructing plans for Washington Street grade under Ordinance No. 301. Reports of Committees received From Public Buildings, Property and Grounds recommending that the rent of a certain Tenement House belonging to the City be reduced to $10.00 per month. Adopted.

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129 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 11/82 From Public Buildings, Property and Grounds on claims of F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $27.00 for surveying City Cemetery recommending that the same be paid. Adopted. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of M. Densmore et al to re-grade Union Street from Front Street to 8th Street, recommending that the same be granted. Laid over until next meeting. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of Geo Harlip for a fish stand, recommending that the same be reejected. Adopted and petition rejected. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of Robert Knupe et al for sidewalks on both sides of Union Street from Front to the east side of 8th Street, recommending that the petition be granted. Laid over until next meeting. From Streets and Street Improvements recommending that a sidewalk be constucted fronting the north side of Block 30 of Terry's 1st addition. Ordered that the property owned on the north side of said Block be and are hereby instructed to build such sidewalk within 10 days from date. From Streets and Street Improvements on the monthly report of the Street Commissioner recommending that the same be adopted. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue on the application of Blanco and Parker for a retail liquor license, recommending that the same be granted. Adopted and license ordered issued. From Licenses and Revenue on the application of Baker and Hughes for a retail liquor license recommending that the same be rejected. Adopted and license rejected. From Licenses and Revenue in the petition of John A. Paddrock et al for the remitting of 4 Exhibition licenses paid, recommending that the same be granted. Adopted and money ordered refunded. From Judiciary and Legislative submitting an ordinance levying a tax to pay for improvements under Ordinance No. 289. Communications received From the Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co and from Joesph Buchtel

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130 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept11/82 offering to furnish hose, referred to Committee on Fire & Water Applications for Licenses received From Trana & Ackley for a Retail Liquor License Referred to the Committee on Licensing & Revenue Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds & in the amounts following to wit: City Fund Trinity Church Licenses remitted No178 $20.00 F H Whitworth Surveys for Madison St Extension 179 9.00 Stewart & Ebersold Job Work 180 3.50 Road Fund Wald & Campbell Axes etc for Streets No 78 $21.12 Miller & Minick Hauling tools & engine 79 3.50 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co gas 213.30Attendant30.00 No 18 $243.30 Fire Fund Miller & Minick Hauling Enigne from Drill No 73 $5.00 Cemetary fund F H Whitworth Surveying Cemetary No 9 $24.00 And now the Council proceeds to consider the Assessment Roll made & filed in pursuance to Ordinance No 288, pending which the matter of such consideration is laid over until Friday September 15, 1882 at 7&1/2 o'clock pm Ordered that an Ordinance heretofore submitted entitled "To amend sections 6,7,8,9, of Ordinance No 289'' be & is hereby referred to the Judiciarly & Legislative Comtee. Ordered that the matter of James McNaught touching his taxation on account of Jackson Street Improvement be & is hereby referred to the Committee of finance And now the Council proceeds to consider Ordinance No 306 the same being entitled "An Ordinance to provide for the levying & collection of a special tax for the purposes of raising funds to pay for "the grading & Improvement of Union Street underOrdinance No 289" after due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon the

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131 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept11/82 Following Vote to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy McDonald & Rasin Against adoption Gasch And now the Judiciary and Legislative Committee submit Ordinance No 304 entitled "A special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills' thereupon after due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adopttion Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald & Rasin. Against adoption none. Ordered that the ouncil stand now adjourned until Friday September 15th 1882 at 7&1/2 o'clock PM Attest E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Sept15/82 Be it remembered that on the 15th day of September 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, O F Cosper Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald, G L Manning and U M Rasin Thereupon for following proceedings are had Petitions Received From L S Rowe for the right to lay water pipe in certain streets Referred to the Committee of Streets and Street Improvements From the King County Industrial Association praying for the refunding of $15.00 paid for licenses. Referred to the Finance Committee From Geo Kinnear et al for the grading of Second Street from Mill Street to King Street Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements Communications Received From His Honor the Mayor returning Ordinance No 306 entitled "An Ordinance to provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the grading and improvement of Union Street under Ordinance No 289 without

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