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Dec. 19/82 awarded to them upon their giving a bond with good and sufficient
sureties in the sum of $300.00.
Ordered that the Committee on Fire and Water supply be and
they are hereby instructed to negotiate for a lease of the ground
upon which the present Engine House on Columbia Street
stand for the period of five years.
Ordered that the Assessor be and he is hereby instructed to
procure all necessary blanks for making the next city
Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned.
Attest: E. S. Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor

Jan. 5/83 Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of January 1883
the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council
Chamber pursuant to law.

The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the
Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, O.F. Cosper,
Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and G. L. Manning.
Thereupon the following proceedings are had, towit:
Petitions Received
From W.H. White et al for the repeal of Ordinance No. 345
the regulation of a plans for teams etc. Referred to the
Judiciary and Legislative Committee.
From Ed L. Lindsley for changing a license for a one
Horse vehicle to 2 horse vehicle. Referred to Licenses and
Revenue Comtee.
From the Clerk asking the right to attach his sign as
Attorney at Law to the new City Engine etc. Granted.
From Robert Abrams et al for a sidewalk on the south
side of Battery Streets from Water Street to Front Street. Re-
ferred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvements.
From Thomas Burke et al for the grading of the alley in

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