Spring City (Utah) Council Minutes

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nicipal election to be held Auguts 2, 1880 Councilor Louritz Larsen was instructed to procure tickets and enveloves for the election The Recorder was authorized to get a list of the requested voters from the County Clerk Mayor Larson was instructed to buy a ballot for the city. Council adjourned till Saturday July 10, 1880 Prayer by Louritz Larsen. Saturday July 10, 1880 City Council met in the tithing office. Mayor Larsen presiding. Prayer by Louritz Larsen. P.E. Kofford mad a verbal petition for a transfer of ten acres of water right from the South field to the ditch at the mouth of Canal Creek. Councilor F Olsen made a verbal petition for Chrisopher Johnson for the right of trans fer of water right from the Point ditch to the city ditch east of the big ditch The petition of George Brough was taken up It was moved seconded and carried that George Brough have the right of transfer of 20 acres of water right from the South field to the ditch at the mouth of Canal Canyon; Ten acres to P.E. Kofford from the south field to the ditch at the mouth of land Creek; and Two acres to Christopher Johnson from the Point ditch to a ditch

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east of the city for a period one year. Jos. A Allred City Marshal presented a bill for his services in patroling the street removing nuisances; and acting as messen ger amounting to $19.45/100 The Council appropriated Ninteen and forty five hundreds Dollars to Jos A. Allred for his services as City Marshal Council adjourned till Tuesday July 20 1880 Prayer by Jos. H Allred Tuesday July 20, 1880 City Council met in the meeting house Mayor Larsen presiding Prayer by the Mayor. Charles Crawforth applied for the privilege of getting a stream of water belonging to Jos. T. Ellis transferred for a period of three days from the South field to the ditch at the mouth of Canal creek. The council granted the request J. T. S. Allred Sen. asked the Council for the privilege of transfering a stream of water from the little field to the ditch at the mouth of Canal Creek for a period of two days. Council granted the request. Hans A. Tompson applied in behalf of Soren Larsen to get ten acres of water right transfered from the south field to the ditch on the flat Transfer was granted. Hans A. Tompson desired the privilege of

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135 transfering six acres of water right from the Cedar Creek ditch to land on Cedar creek outside of the old field. The privilege was granted. T.B.Alred applied to get fifteen acres of water right transferred from the Point and John Larsen ditches to a ditch south of the field. The transfers was granted. R.W. Alred Jun. applied to get ten acres of water rights transferred from the Point ditch to one east of the south field. Request was granted by the Council. A letter relating to the city site was read from the United States Land Office. And Councilors [Sounty?] Larsen, John Schofield and the Recorder were appointed a committee to answer said letters. Council adjourned Sine.Die. Prayer by F.Olsen. Wednesday August 4 1880. A minority of the City Council met in the Tithing Office and adjourned till Thursday Aug.5, 1880. Thursday, August 5, 1880. City Council met in the tithing office Mayor Larsen presiding. Prayer by F.Olsen A petition was read from A.M.Olsen asking a licence to sell butcher meat for a period of five months which was granted on payment of four (4) Dollars. Seven Dollars ($7.) were appropriated to councilors F.Olsen, John Schofield, and

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136 [Souritz?]Larsen for their services as members of the board of health. One and fifty hundredths Dollars ($1 50/100) was appropriated to S.Burdie for his services as quarantine physician. ($3) Three Dollars were appropriated to [Souritz?] Larsen for tickets and envelopes for the election. Five Dollars ($5.) were appropriated for a ballot box for the City Two Dollars ($2) were appropriated to Wm. T.Reid County Clerk for a copy of the regis tration list Five and fifteen hundredths Dollars (5 15/100) were appropriated to Christian G. Larsen for his services as Mayor. Four and fifty hundredths Dollars (4$4 50/100) were appropriated F.Olsen for his services as a City Councilor. Five (5) Dollars were appropriated were appropriated to John Schofield for his services as a Councilor Two and fifty hundredths Dollars ($2 50/100) were appropriated to Skenning Olsen for his services as a Councilor. ($3.) Three Dollars were appropriated to John T Lambert; (4 50/100) Four Dollars and fifty hundredths Dollars were appropriated to T.B.Allred; and Five and seventy five hundredths Dollars ($5 75/100) were appro priated to [Souritz?]Larsen for their services

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137 as city councilors. Seventeen and fifty hundredths Dollars ($17 50/100) were appropriated to John R.Bartes for his services as Recorder. - Three and seventy five hundredths Dollars ($3 75/100) were appropriate to J.A.Allred for his services as Marshal in attending the sessions of the Council. A Petition was read from C.G.Larsen James Commander and T.B.Allred asking an appropriation of three and fifty hundredth Dollars ($3 50/100) each for their services a as Judges of Election. Petition granted by the Council A petition was read from R.W.Allred Sen asking an appropriation of Two and seventy five hundredth Dollars ($2 75/100) for his services as street supervisor: Petitioning granted A petition also from R.W.Allred asking an appro priation as messenger. The Council appropriated sixty cents (.60) to R.W.Allred for his services as messenger. The fifth term of the Council under the Charter having expired, the council was disolved.

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138 Monday, August 2nd 1880. A Municipal election of City officers in and for Spring City for the (6th) Sixth term under the charter was held at the usual place of holding elections in Spring City August 2nd 1880. The following returns were made by C.G.Larsen presiding judge of election and James Commander and T.B.Allred judges of Election. Mayor. Recorder. C.G. Larsen. John R. Baxter. Six Councilors. Justice of the Peace. F.Olsen. John Frantzen. R.Justesen. John T. Allred. John Schofield. Assessor & Collector. Hemming C Bergerman, James Christensen. Thomas B.Allred, Treasurer. [Louritz?] Larsen. John Frantzen. Marshall. Sanford Allred. Attested by John R. Baxter and F Olsen City Recorder City Councilor.

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139 Tuesday, August 10,1880. The newly elected council of Spring City for the sixth term assembled at the Tithing office. Called to order by the May C.G. Larsen. Prayer by the Mayor. Jacob Johnson applied for the right of trans fer of five acres of water right from land on Peter Sorensen's ditch to a ditch on the Flat which was granted by the Council for the remainder of the season It was moved seconded and carried that all taxable property within the Corporate limits of Spring City be taxed at one half of one per cent for the year 1880. Upon the following valuationhouses thereon from $25. to $600.; Horse teams with harness from $40. to $100. per span; Oxen from$40. to $50. per yoke; Cows $12 1/2 each; Three year old stears $12 1/2 per head; Two year.olds $7 each; yearlings $3. per head; sheep $2. each; Wagons from $70. downwards A resolution was passed assessing the City tax at one half of one per cent. For the year 1880. [Souritz?]Larsen asked the privilage of placing poles on the side walk north of his city lot for a short time requested granted.

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140 Council adjourned for 2 weeks, Prayer by F. Olsen. Tuesday, August 24, 1880. City Council met in the tithing office. Councilor F.Olsen presiding. Prayer by F Olsen. Councilor O. Ungerman applied for a butchers license for Louis Olsen for a period of three months dating from August 23,1880, which was granted on payment of ($2 50/100) Two and fifty hundredth Dollars. A blank schudle was read from the Census Department regarding police and [Souritz?]larsen and John R.Baxter were appointed a committee to fill the schudle up. Council adjourned Sine Die. Prayer by R Justesen Tuesday Sept. 14, 1880. City Council met in the tithing office. Mayor Larsen presiding. Prayer by John Schofield John R.Baxter applied for a license for the People Store for a period of six months dating from July 26,1880. which was granted on payment of Five Dollars ($5.). Four Dollars and fifty cents ($4 50/100) were appropriated to W.T.Reid for commiss ion certificates for City officers. Six Dollars ($6.) were appropriated to [Souritz?] Larsen for bonds and certificates for City officers Councilor Larsen stated that the assessor and Collector had not finished his assessment

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141 list and desired more time. The council agreed to extend the time for the assessor and collector to make his returns to the council from the 15th day of Sept. 1880 to the 25 dayof Sept., A.D.1880. A resolution was passed extending the time for the assessor & collector to make his returns to the council, from the 15th day of Sept., to the 25th day of Sept. A.D. 1880. The resignation of C.G.Larsen as Mayor on account of removal was read and accepted A vote of thanks was passed to C.G.Larsen for his services as Mayor. Council adjourned till Friday Sept. 17,1880. Prayer by H.O. Bergerman Friday Sept. 17, 1880. Council met in the tithing office. It was moved by John Schofield, seconded by T.R.Allred and carried that F.Olsen act as chairman. Prayer by H.O.Bergerman. The chairman stated "on account of the resignation of C.G.Larsen it would be necessary to appoint a Mayor". It was moved, seconded and carried that Rasmust Justesen be appointed Mayor of Spring City in place of C.G.Larsen resigned. An ordinance was drafted and passed appointing Rasmus Justesen Mayor of Spring City. The resignation of Rasmus Justesen as a city councilor was read and accepted. Council

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142 adjourned Sine Die. Prayer by T.R.Allred. Saturday Sept. 25th 1880. City Council met in the tithing office. called to order by Mayor Justesen. Prayer by T.B.Allred. James Christesen the assessor & collector presented the assessment roll for the current year. The council agreed to meet as a board of equalization on Wednesday Sept.29th 1880 rom 3 to 6 o'clock p.m. The recorder was instructed to post public notices informing the tax payers; that those who were not satisfied with this assessment could meet with the City Council from 3 to 6 o'clock on Wednesday Sept.29, AD.1880. Council agreed that wheat be taken in on City taxes at 75 cent per bsh; and Oats at #1 1/2 per cwt. for the year 1880. A Resolution regarding the price of wheat and oats on [atz]taxes for the year 1880 was passed. Council adjourned till Wednesday Sept 29, 1880. Prayer by Souritz Larsen. Wednesday Sept.29th 1880. Council met in the tithing office, Called to order by Mayor Justesen, Prayer by Souritz Larsen. The assesment roll was considered; but the assesor not being present the council adjourned till Thursday Sept.30.1880, Prayer by Mayor Justesen.

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