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180 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 1/82Committee An ordinance entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills". Adopted. An ordinance entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills". Adopted. An ordinance entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills". Adopted. And now the Plans and Specifications for the sidewalk on Jackson Street under Ordinance No. 335 are presented and referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. And now the Plans and Specifications for the sidewalk on Seneca Street under Ordinance No. 336 are presented and referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. Licenses Granted Vitus Schmid for a grocery, pool table and pigeon hole table Robt Hahn for a grocery Chas Anderson for a retail liquor Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday December 8, 1882. Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 8th day of December 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in the Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Offices are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, O. F. Cosper, Chas F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Chas McDonald and G. L. Manning. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Received From Roswell Scott for the laying of a sidewalk on Pine Street. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From G. C. Phinney for an allowance for clearing in Broadway

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181 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE James and 12th Streets. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From G. C. Phinney for an allowance for clearing on Pine and 9th Streets. Referred to the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Francis C. Vickery for an ordinance with reference to the removal of rubbish. Referred to the Committee on Health and Police. Committees Reports Received From Councilman John Collins Chairman of the Committee on Public Buildings, Property and Grounds entering his protest against the meeting of the Council in the new City Engine House before the same is delivered by the contractor and accepted by the City. From Councilman O. F. Cosper acting Chairman of the Jail Committee entering the statement that the occupation of the New City Engine House was done after verbal permission first obtained from the contractor. From Streets and Street Improvements on the plans and specifications for sidewalks on Jackson Street under Ordinance No. 335 and Seneca Street under Ordinance No. 336, submitting certain changes on the plans. Adopted and surveyor instructed to make such changes From Streets and Street Improvements recommending that Chin Guan and Charlie Contractors be granted an extension of time in which to complete certain contracts, to wit: on Front Street grade under Ordinance No. 287 six weeks from Dec. 1. 1882; On Union Street grade under Ordinance No. 289 six weeks from Dec. 1. 1882 and on the 2d, 3d and intersecting streets grade two weeks from Dec. 1, 1882. Adopted. From Streets and Street Improvements rejecting the complaints of certain citizens against the manner of grading by Chin Guan and Charlie. Adopted and the prayers of the complaints refused. From Streets and Street Improvements recommending tbat Hoole and Simpson Contractors for the construction of the sidewalk on Union Street under Ordinance No. 324 have further time until December 20, 1882 in which to complete said contract. Adopted.

From Streets and Street Improvements recommending that Hoole

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182 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE and Simpson be allowed $2.00 a M extra for the hauling lumber on account of Front Street sidewalk under Ordinance No. 304. Rejected. From Licenses and Revenue recomending the granting of the petition of F.X. Prefontaine et al for remitting moneys paid for a concert license. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending granting of the petition of Geo C. Thompson for using Beer's Concert license. Adopted. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the accounts following, towit: City Fund F. X. Prefontaine License submitted No. 249 $5.00 Road Fund J. L. Kahaley hauling lumber No. 111 $1.00 Fire Fund The Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg Co Hose No. 105 $579.50 Ordinances Received From the City Atty extending the time to complete contract on grading Front, Union, 2d and 3rd Streets. Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption, none. From the City Atty submitting an ordinance entitled "To provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the construction of a sidewalk on Pine and Ninth Streets under Ordinance No. 281." Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption none. From the City Attorney submitting an ordinance entitled "To provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the construction of a sidewalk on Stewart, Tenth and Virginia Streets under Ordinance No. 284. Adopted on the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Manning. Against adoption none.

Ordered that the Committee on Streets and Street Improvements

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183 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE be and are hereby granted until next meeting in which to report on the petition of A.S. Pinkham. Application for Licenses From Aug. LeBallister and Co. for Retail liquors granted. Ordered that the Legislative and Judiciary Committee be and they are hereby instructed to submit at next meeting an ordinance in reference to assesment levy and theit collection of taxes. Ordered that the City Surveyor be and he is hereby intructed to submit at next meeting plans and estimates for a custom of the corner of Marion and 3rd Street said estimates to show the cost of wood and brick customs. Ordered that the City Surveyor be and he is hereby instructed to submit at next meeting plans, specificatons and estimates for the planking of Commercial, South 2d, Jackson, Main, Washington, Mill and Front Streets. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday December 15 1882. Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved John Collins Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 15th day of December 1882 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present, towit: Councilmen John Collins, O. F. Cosper, Chas F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and G. L. Manning. By reason of the absence from the City of His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve Councilman John Collins is elected to the position of Acting Mayor to serve during such abcense. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: (?) Received

From Thomas W. Lake for a permit to use the foot of Lake Avenue

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