Status: Indexed

Apr 16/83
And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the
construction of Sidewalks on Second Street in Maynard's plat
under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon it appearing to the Council
that the bid of S. G. Simpson is the lowest & best bid and that he
is the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the Contract
be awarded to him upon his giving a bond in the sum of $500.00
with good & sufficient sureties
And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for
the Improvements on James, Cherry and Spring Street from
Front Street to Alley between Front and Second Streets under
Ordinance No 365. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that
the bids of G. N. Alexander are the lowest and best bids, and
that they are the lowest responsible bidders. It is ordered
that the Contracts be awarded to them
Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to take the
Warrant No 181 on Road Fund favor of Gladding McBean & Co
of San Francisco for $781.60 cash the same & forward such funds
by proper means to said firm
Ordered that the Plans & Specifications for Madison Street
sewer as now presented be & are hereby adopted & that the Clerk is hereby
instructed to advertise for bids in accordance therewith.
a special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills. Adopted
Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until
Monday evening, April 23, 1883 at 7 1/2 o'clock
Attest: E. S. Osborne, Clerk
Approved: H. G. Struve, Mayor
Apr 23/83
Be it remembered that on this the 23rd day of April 1883 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 O. F. Cosper, Charles F. Clancy, Fred
, Charles McDonald and U. M. Rasin
Thereupon the following proceedings are had:

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