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Jan 4/89 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of January 1884 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 Thomas Clancy, B.F. Day, Charles
, U. M. Rasin, Otto Ranke and F.W. Wusthoff.

Thereupon the following proceedings are had:
Petitions Received
From M.P. Church for draining surface water and building crossing.
Referred to Street Committee.
From Patrick Flynn et al for the removal of obstructions by
south side of Washington Street between Commercial and 2d. Referred
to Street Committee.
From Chas Benson for compensation for damages caused by
blasting on Madison Street. Referred to Judiciary Committee.
From W.C. Hawthorne et al for a gas lamp corner Union and
6th. Granted.
From Seattle Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 for a room in which
hold Company meetings. Granted.
From Geo. F. Gilson et al for changing grade on Battery Street.
Referred to Street Committee.
From A.C. Baker for compensation for sidewalk built on Columbia
. Referred to Street Committee.
From Jonah E. Seaman for compensation for loss of horse by falling.
Referred to City Attorney.
From N. John Ronberg for correcting error in assessment. Referred
to Finance Committee.
From J. Schram and Co. for removal of obstructions from alley between
Commercial and 2d. Referred to Street Committee.
From Julia Carleton for refunding license money paid. Re-
ferred to License Committee.
The Mayor calls attention to the matter of Mrs. Ingraham's petition
for refunding taxes paid. Ordered that the Finance Committee
be and they are hereby instructed to make immediate examination of
the matter.

Reports Rec'd

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