Spring City (Utah) Council Minutes

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143 Tuesday Sept.30.1880. Council met at the Tithing Office. Caller to order by Mayor Larsen, Prayer by the Mayor. The assessment roll was read and some slight changes made. It was moved and carried that Isaac M.Allred be appointed a City Councilor in the place of R.Justeson resigned. An ordinance was drafted and passed appointing Isaac M. Allred a City Councilor. A bill of articles required and presented by the Head watermaster was read {Oct.26 min recorded/}and laid over till the next session of the council. {page 144.}Council adjourned Sine Die. {96 words}Prayer by F.Olsen. Tuesday Nov.2.1880. Council met in the Tithing Office. Called to Order by Mayor Justeson. Prayer by H.O.Ungerman, It was then mooved that Jno.Schofield be appointed clerk Pro.Tem.Carried. Council F.Olsen then stated that he had seen I.F.Allred and obtained an affirmative answer. It was then mooved and carried that One Dollar and 50/100 be appropriated to H.A.Thompson for making one trip to the Horse Shoe Mountain on water business. Also that $1.50 to Henning Hanson for a trip to the same place at the same time. It was also move and carried that $2. be appropriated to H.A.Thompson for locks, bolts and lumber used on city water gates, also that Canute Mastersen's tax for the year 1880. amounting to $1.38 be appropriated for labor performed at the bridge near his house. Moved and carried that F.Olsen, L.Larsen, I.M.Allred act as a finance committee also J.Schofield, T.B.Allred and H.O.Ungerman act as a judiciary committee

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144 {170 words}adjourned Sine Die. Prayer by H.O.Ungerman. {Tuesday} {Dec.1.1880}Council met in the Tithing Office. Called to order by the Mayor R.Justeson. Prayer by H.O.Ungerman. Moved by L.Larsen seconded by F.Olsen that I.F.Allred be appointed city recorder.carried. An Ordinance was then drafted and passed appointing I.F.Allred city recorder for Spring City. The following report was then ready by L.Larsen in behalf of the finance committee. Balance in the Treasury Nov.24.1880. In wheat 92 bushels and 58 lbs. In cash $42.15. In Store Orders $11.30. In Lumber 250 feet @ 2 cents $5.00. Report accepted. Adjourned till Dec.14.1880. {100 words}Prayer by L.Larson. Tuesday Oct 26.1880. Council met in the Tithing Office. Called to order by Mayor Justeson. Prayer by F.Olsen. The Mayor then made some preliminary remarks. said he wished soon to see a final settlement with the Ex Treasurer. F.Olsen said it was necessary to appoint a finance committee and a judiciary committee which was talked about and laid over. The ressignation of John R.Baxter as city recorde an account of business in Europe was accepted. Several names were presented and talked about as City Recorder, after which F.Olsen was requested to see I.F.Allred with regard the acceptance of said office. A bill of articles was presented by the Head Water Master was taken up but again laid over. Adjourned till Tuesday Nov.2.1880. Prayer by J.Schofield.

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145 Spring City, Dec.14.1880. Council met in the Tithing Office. Called to order by the Mayor R.Justeson. Prayer by I.M. Allred. Former minutes read and accepted. A petition in relation to certain streets was read and a committee consisting of H.O.Ungerman appointed to examine said streets and report at the next meeting. A bill of expenses was presented by the Finance Committee amounting to $26. which amount was appropriated as follows: To C.G.Larsen for $services as Mayor $0.50 To R.Justeson as Mayor $2.35 To F.Olsen as City councilor $3.25 To Jno.Schofield as City councilor $3.00 To H.O.Ungerman as City councilor $2.00 To T.B.Allred as city councilor $3.45 To I.M.Allred as city councilor $1.50 To J.R.Baxter as city Recorder $6.65 To Sanford Allred as city Marshal $1.50 Also a bill of $2.50 was appropriated to R.W.Allred. for work on city ditches. $5. was appropriated to F.Olsen for house rent for city purposes for two years ending Apr.31.1881. Moved and carried that a committee of two consisting of L.Larsen and I.M.Allred be appointed to attend to the deeds of city lots. Adjourned till Tuesday Dec.22.1880 at 6 p.m. dismissed by L.Larsen. {200 words}I.F.Allred City Recorder.

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146 Spring City, Dec.21, 1880. Council met in the Tithing Office. Called to order by Mayor R.Justeson, roll called. quorum present, Prayer by Councilor R.M.Allred. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The committee to examine repairs of Parley Street as per a petition reported. Said committee was instructed to proceed with the work by getting delinquent tax payers to haul rock. Moved and carried that ($2.65) be appropriated to John Johnson to apply on his taxes for the years 1879 and 1880. for work done on streets. Mooved and carried that S.K.Aikin's taxamounting to ($1.30) for the year 1880, be remitted moved that ($1.69) be appropriated to the assessor and collector to balance account of loss carried. A settlement with the Finance committee and the assessor and collector was reported and accepted, adjourned untill Tuesday Jan,4,1881. Dismissed by R.Justeson. {156 words}I.F.Allred, Recorder Spring City, Jan,4, 1881. Council met inthe Tithing Office. Called to order by the Mayor R.Justeson. Roll called. Quorum present. Prayer by R.Justeson, Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The subject of the revision of the Ordinances of the city was dwelt upon at large by the council. {60 words}adjourned Sine Die. dismissed by F.Olsen.I.F.Allred City Rec,

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Spring City, Jan, 11, 1881,

Council met in the Tithing Office. Roll called, Luorurn present. Prayer by Mayor R. Austeson F, Olsen, minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The subject of the revision of the ordinaries were taken up and a committee for their revision agreed upon, moved and carried that Le, Larson be one of said committee, and that John Frantzenbe another, it was also moved and carried that said committee procure such aid as they wish, adjourned for two weeks, dismissed by John Schofield,

J. F. Alfred City Recorder,

Jan 25.

Spring City, Feb, 26, 1881.

Council met in Tithing Office pursuant to adjournment. Called to order by Major Justeson. Roll called,Luosum present. Prayer by H. O. Ungesman. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. Committee man Larson on the revision of the ordinances, stated that the committee had secured the services of Jacob Johnson to aid in servising the ordinances said the labor was going on mooved that we adjourned Sine Die. Benediction by

Councilor J. B. Allred

J. F. Allred. City Recorder.

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Spring City, Feb. 26, 1881.

Council met in the Tilthing Office Feb 26, 1881. Mayor Justeson presiding. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The Mayor reported that a mass meeting was held Feb, 25 for the purpose of selecting a head watermaster and sub, watermasters for Spring City. And Louis Christiansen was selected head watermaster.

Moved and carried that Louis Christiansen be appointed head watermaster for Spring City for the year 1881. The names of the Sub water masters; as selected at the mass meeting above mentioned, were read and approved by the Council. An Ordinance was passed appointing Louis Christiansen head watermaster for Spring City for 1881. A Bill of $20 was presented to John Frautzen charges for service on the committee for the revision of the Ordinance. Also a Bill of $60, was presented by Jacob Johnson for assistance rendered the Committee on the revision of the Ordinancies The Bills were laid on the table, moved that the Mayor get some Stationary and report a Bill of the same, also that the amount of the lamp and Oil be reported in the same bill carried. Adjourned till Tuesday hiash, 6.30, 1881

Dismissed by LeSearsen,

[margin] hier 1, 1881 Council met in the Tilthing Office mar, 1, 1881 Mayor Justeson presiding, minutes of the former meeting read and accepted, the rate of tax was fixed at one half of one percent, for 1881.

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upon the following valuation; Land from $45812 per acre, improvements on public land according to their value. City lats with improvements houses thereon, from $25 to $600. Horse teams from $30. to $100, per span, Oxen per yoke $30 to #60. Cows $12 per head. Three year old steers $12 1/2 each, Two year olds $7, Yearlings $3, Sheep $1.50, Wagons from $70, downward. A Bill of $1.30 was appropriated to defray expenses of lamp, Stationary, Oil Xe. Adjourned to Thursday Mar 3, 1, P. M. Dismissed by J M, Allred.

Mar, 3, 1881. Council met in the Tithing Office Mar, 3, 1881. Mayor Justesan presiding, minutes of the former meeting read and it was ordered by the council that the valuation of property for taxing be inserted in the minutes, also a resolution regulating the rate per cent of taxes for 1881, minutes accepted as amended. The Committee on the revision of the ordinances of Spring City, reported their labor in the form of a Bill, which was read in the council and the Bill was read and the labor accepted and the committee discharged from further duty, adjourned to 6.30, Mar 3, 1881.

Dismissed by R. Justesan.

Mar 3, 1881. Council met persuant to adjournment in the Tithing Office at 6.30, Mar 3, 1881. Major Justesan presiding. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The Bill of J Frantsen was taken up

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and the amount appropriated $20. The Bill of Jacob Johnson amounting to $60, was appropriated. Moved that the amount of $20, he appropriated be to L, Larson for services as a committee man on the revisions of the ordinances carried.

Moved and carried tha the Mayor send for two copies of the Laws of 1881, Adjourned to Friday Mar 4, 1, P, M, 1881.

Dismissed by F, Olsen

Mar, 4, 1881. Council met in the Tithing Office March, 81. Roll called, known present, Mayor Justeson presiding. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted.

The new Code of Ordinances was then taken up, and read by Sections.

Adjourned to Mar, 5th, 9. A. M. 1881.

Benediction by J. Lehofield.

Mar, 5, 1881. Council met in the Tithing Office Mar. 5, 1881. Roll called, Luosenn present. Prayer by J. Schofield. Mayor Justesan, presiding. Minutes of the 3 of Mar, 1881 read and accepted, also the minutes of the 4th of Mar, 1881, read and accepted.

The Council preceeded with the new Code of Ordinances, where they left off at the previous session, and considered them up to See. 66

adjourned J. P. m. Mar, 5, 1881

Dismissed by H. O. Jurgernon

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153 Mar.11, 1881. The council met in the Tithing Office Mar.11, 1881. Mayor Justeson presiding. Roll call. Quorum present. Prayer by the Mayor, Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The committee that was appointed at the former meeting reported their labor of a form of a warrant of arrest, which was accepted. And the council then proceeded with their new Code of Ordinances beginning at Sec 163. and continued to Sec 171, adjourned to Saturday night 9 A.M. Mar 12.1881 Dismissed by F. Olsen

Mar. 12. 1881. The council met in the Tithing Office Mar. 12. 1881. Mayor Justeson presiding. Roll called. Quorum present. Prayer by F.Olsen. Minutes ofthe former meeting read and accepted. The council proceeded with the New Code of Ordinances beginning at Sec.171. and continued to the end and took up some of the Sec. not acted upon. Adjourned to 2.P.M. Mar. 12. 1881. Dismissed by John Schofield.

Mar.12.1881. The council met in the Tithing Office Mar.12. 1881. Mayor Justeson presiding. Roll called. Quorum present. Prayer by Jno. Schofield. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The council proceeded reconsidering certain Sections of the New Code of Ordinances. Adjourned to Tuesday, Mar.12.1881. at 7.P.M. Dismissed by H.O.Ingerman.

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Mar. 15. 1881. The council met in the [illegible} Office Mar. 15. 81. Mayor Justeson presiding. Roll called. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The council continued reconsidering certain sections of the New Code of Ordinance. A bill was presented by {illegible] W. Allred for services rendered the city. Laid on the table. Adjourned to Tuested, Mar. 22. 1881. of 7 P.M. Dismissed by J.M. Allred. D. F. Allred ciry [illegible] Mar. 22. 1881. The council met in the Tithing Office. Mar 22. 1881. Mayor Justeson presiding. Roll Called. [illegible] present. Prater by J.M. Allred. Minutes of the former meeting read and accepted. The bill of R. W. Allred was taken up and the sum of One Dollar ($1.) the amount for [illegible] [illegible] appropriated and the rest ($3.00) rejected. Sections 91and 92 of the New Code of Orginance were read, and [illegible] So. Seardon was addaired to change said sections. Adjourned until Tuesday May 29, at 4 P.M. 1881. Dismissed By {illegible]

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