Status: Indexed

Apr 23/83
Ordered that Thomas Clancy be & he is hereby authorized to
construct a sidewalk on the south side of Washington Street
from South 3rd to South 4th Street.
Ordinances Received
The Judiciary and Legislative Committee submit an ordina--
nce entitled "To provide for grading a portion of Pike Street
and for constructing sidewalks in said street." After due con-
-sideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote
to wit: in favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald,
& Rasin. Against adoption none.
The City Attorney submits an ordinance to provide funds
to pay for grading & improvement on 2d, 3rd, & Intersecting
Streets. Laid over until next meeting.
Ordered that the council stand now adjourned.
Attest: W. S. Osborne Clerk
Approved U M Rasin Acting Mayor
May 4/83
Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of May 1883 the
Common Council of the city of Seattle meets in its council
chamber pursuant to law.
The following officers are present, towit: Councilmen John
, O. F. Cosper, Charles F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles
, G. H. Manning and U. M. Rasin
By reason of the absence from the
city of His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve councilman
U. M. Rasin is elected to the position of acting mayor to
serve during such absence
Thereupon the following proceedings are had:
Petitions Recieved
From Jacon Brum et al for opening alley west of Front
Street from Marion to Union. Referred to the Committee on
Streets and Street Improvements.
From C. R. Hanford et al for opening 9th, Stewart, 10th &

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