JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Sep 28 1888
Be it remembered that on the 28th day of Sept A D 1888
The Common Council of the City of Seattle met pursuant
to adjournment in their council chamber in the City
Hall. Present His Hon the Mayor Robert Moran Councilmen
F J Burns, D E Durie, Jos Green, T E Jones, Jas McCoombs J F McDonald and C F Reitze
Petition of the Cedar Valley Water Co asking for a franchise to
lay water pipes. Read and referred to Com on fire & Water.
The Mayor reads a message recommending that the City
consider the advisibility of owning and operating the
Water works which is referred to the Committee on Fire &Water.
In the matter of Alden S Chase, proprieter of the Mechanics
Saloon in North Seattle, who was cited to appear and
show cause why his license for the sale of liquors
should not be revoked after hearing the testimony
the case was dismissed by a unanimous vote.
Upon motion of Jos Green officer D F Willard is elected
Captain of Police to work for patrol pay.
Upon motion of Councilman Reitze it is ordered that
the old lumber taken from the Jackson Street Bridge
be sold to the Puget Sound Union Stock Yard Co for
$4.00 pr M[thousand board feet]
The matter of finishing the No end of Seventh St Ord 829
referred to Street Com. withpower to act.
The following bill having been duly audited is ordered
paid and warrant drawn.
Harrison Street Imp Fund Ord No
W N White 89# $2126.72
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