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Columbia Wash, Jan 2d. 1899.
The Town council of the town of Columbia met
in the regular session at 8:15 P.M. Present Mayor Reeves, Marshal Muttington, Councilmen Hepter, Osgood and Lawerence, and City Attorney

Minutes of previous regular session, and those of special meeting as canvassing board of the December municipal election read and both approved.

Clerk's annual Report read and referred to the
Finance Committee, together with the
Marshal's and Treasurer's annual report.

Report of City Attorney on the street grade
matter read and referred to the Finance Committee.
City Attorney's verbal report of the old road tax matter
heard, and the communication from the Country
treasurer respecting the same turned over to said City Attorney to facilitate investigation of certain details not fully brought out.

Mr C.R Hepler reportedthat Mr. Black had ^not fulfilled
his part of the Letitia St. agreement, and upon
his (Heplen's) recommendation motion was made and
carried that the Town of Columbia construed a two plank walk in front of the School House from Ferdinand St. to Columbus St. and the crossing
at Caldwell St. and the Street Committee duly
authorizes to construct the same.

On motion a special committee was appointed
to arrange for securing a lot and making and making provision
for moving the Town Hall to wit, Hepler, Cameron
and Campbell.

Sunday hills presented and referred to the
Finance Committee, and warrants ordered
drawn on the Current Expense Fund for the
several amounts as follows : Health Officer #(2.00)
J.a.Kelso, for services as Inspector of Election ($2.50)
also for making snow blow and cleaning sidewalks
of the Town, ($5.00) + S.T Whittington for one days
labor and one blank receipt book ($2.25)
There on motion meeting adjourned to meet again Tuesday, Jan 10th, at 8:P.M.
C.S Chase
Clerk
C.F Reeves
Mayor

9112_01_1899_Page_01

Columbia Wash, Jan 2d. 1899.
The Town council of the town of Columbia met
in the regular session at 8:15 P.M. Present Mayor Reeves, Marshal Muttington, Councilmen Hepter, Osgood and Lawerence, and City Attorney

Minutes of previous regular session, and those of special meeting as canvassing board of the December municipal election read and both approved.

Clerk's annual Report read and referred to the
Finance Committee, together with the
Marshal's and Treasurer's annual report.

Report of City Attorney on the street grade
matter read and referred to the Finance Committee.
City Attorney's verbal report of the old road tax matter
heard, and the communication from the Country
treasurer respecting the same turned over to said City Attorney to facilitate investigation of certain details not fully brought out.

Mr C.R Hepler reportedthat Mr. Black had ^not fulfilled
his part of the Letitia St. agreement, and upon
his (Heplen's) recommendation motion was made and
carried that the Town of Columbia construed a two plank walk in front of the School House from Ferdinand St. to Columbus St. and the crossing
at Caldwell St. and the Street Committee duly
authorizes to construct the same.

On motion a special committee was appointed
to arrange for securing a lot and making and making provision
for moving the Town Hall to wit, Hepler, Cameron
and Campbell.

Sunday hills presented and referred to the
Finance Committee, and warrants ordered
drawn on the Current Expense Fund for the
several amounts as follows : Health Officer #(2.00)
J.a.Kelso, for services as Inspector of Election ($2.50)
also for making snow blow and cleaning sidewalks
of the Town, ($5.00) + S.T Whittington for one days
labor and one blank receipt book ($2.25)
There on motion meeting adjourned to meet again Tuesday, Jan 10th, at 8:P.M.
C.S Chase
Clerk
C.F Reeves
Mayor