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Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses at Mar 06, 2017 05:47 PM

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(All communications should be addressed to "THE LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD")
M.M.B.
3 Enclosures.

Treasury Department,
Office of the Light-House Board,
Washington, D.C., 22 March, '95.

Marjor J. C. Post, U.S.A.,
Engineer 13th L. H. District,
Portland, Oreg.

Sir:

Enclosed is sent you a copy of a letter from Hon. Binger Hermann, M. C., dated 19 March, '95 together with a copy of its enclosure, a petition of citizens of Yaquina Bay, Oregon, asking for the establishment of a stake light on Ford's Point (Coquille Point,) for the purpose of defining the channel between McLane's Point and the end of the Bulk Head at Yaquina; and a tracing of Yaquina Bay.

The Board requests you to confer with the Inspector of the District, and with him make a joint report and recommendation as to the necessity for and advisability of establishing the light in question.

Respectfully,
George F.F. Wilde
Commander, U.S.N.,
Naval Secretary.

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(All communications should be addressed to "THE LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD")
M.M.B.
3 Enclosures.

Treasury Department,
Office of the Light-House Board,
Washington, D.C., 22 March, '95.

Marjor J. C. Post, U.S.A.,
Engineer 13th L. H. District,
Portland, Oreg.

Sir:

Enclosed is sent you a copy of a letter from Hon. Binger Hermann, M. C., dated 19 March, '95 together with a copy of its enclosure, a petition of citizens of Yaquina Bay, Oregon, asking for the establishment of a stake light on Ford's Point (Coquille Point,) for the purpose of defining the channel between McLane's Point and the end of the Bulk Head at Yaquina; and a tracing of Yaquina Bay.

The Board requests you to confer with the Inspector of the District, and with him make a joint report and recommendation as to the necessity for and advisability of establishing the light in question.

Respectfully,
George F.F. Wilde
Commander, U.S.N.,
Naval Secretary.