Status: Indexed

June 25/83
Ordered that all the foregoing bids be and are referred to a Committee
towit: Cosper, Clancy and Gasch.
Unfinished Business
And now the Council proceeds to consider the Report of the
Street Committee on the grading of 4th Street; thereupon after
due consideration it is
Ordered that Fourth Street be graded and that Sidewalks
be constructed on both sides of said Fourth Street from the South
line of Seneca Street to the North line of Mill Street. And that
the City Attorney be and he is hereby instructed to submit an Ordi-
nance therefor. Adopted upon the following vote, towit: In
favor of said order Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald and Rasin.
Against the same none.
Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Thurs-
day June 28, 1883 at 8 o'clock p.m.
Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor
June 28/83
Be it remembered that on this 28th day of June 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 Gasch and Charles McDonald.
Petitions Rec'd
From Wa Chong & Co. for the privilege of building a sidewalk
on South 3rd Street. Referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvement.
From Star Mfg Co. for the right to build a Water Tank and Wharf
in Seneca Street. Referred to Streets.
And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for the Im-
provement of South 3rd street under Ordinance No. 399, which
bids are as follows, towit:
Strong and Harkins earthwork per cu yd 42c

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