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  • J U L Y 15, 1895. 85

    COUNCIL C H A M B E R , | A N N ARBOR, July 15, 1895. f

    Ueg-ular session. Called to order by President Hiscock. Roll called. Quorum present. Absent Aid. Maynard, Brown, Fergu-

    son. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.

    A petition signed by David Wild and twenty-five others asking for improve- ments on Second-st was read and re- ferred to the street committee.

    A petition signed by J. E. Burke and eight others asking for two crosswalks at the corner of. N. Fourth-ave. and Ann-st. was read and referred to the sidewalk oammittee.

    A petition signed by Wm. Biggs and thirteen others asking for a cross-walk at the east and west ends of Wilmot-st. was read and referred to the sidewalk coraniittee.

    REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEES.

    ORDINANCE.

    To the Common Council:

    Your committee on ordinance to whom was referred the matter of a sign across the sidewalks would recommend ih&t the prayer of the petitioner be de- oied,

    Respectfully submitted, H. G. P R E T T Y M A N ,

    O. E . BUTTERFIELD, C. A. M A Y N A R D ,

    Committee on Ordinance.

    Adopted as follows:

    Yeas —Aid. Moore, AUmendinger, Koch, Snyder, Laubengayer, Taylor, Shadford, Pret tyman, Coon, Butter- field, Cady, President Hiscock, 12.

    STREETS.

    To the Common Council:

    Your committee on streets would rec- ommend that the Board of Public Works be asked to prepare plans and estimates, and report at the next regu- lar session of the council, for grading State-st. betweed Catherine and Puller,

    so that the gutters will carry surface water.

    Respectfully submitted) W . L. T A Y L O R , C. J. S N Y D E R , D. P. ALLMENDlNGEIi, G E O . L . MOORE, H. G, P R E T T Y M A N , O. E. B U T T E R F I E L D , A. P. F E R G U S O N ,

    Committee on Streets. Adopted.

    To the Common Council: Your committee on streets would rec-

    ommend that the Board of Public Works be directed to extend the gutter on Catherine street no further east than at a point opposite the east end of the pavement in front of the Hospitals.

    Respectfully submitted, W. L. TAYLOR, C. J. SNYDER, D. P. ALLMENDINGER, GEO. L. MOORE, H. G. PRETTYMAN, O. E. BUTTERFIELD, A. P. FERGUSON, Committee on Streets.

    Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid. Moore, Allmendinger,

    Koch, Synder, Laubengayer, Taylor, Shadford, Pret tyman, Coon, Butter- field, Cady, Pres. Hiscock—12.

    Nays—None.

    To the Common Council: Your Committee on Streets would

    recommeed that $175 be appropriated from the Street Fund to grade Chubb Road and Hamlin-st.

    Respectfully submitted, W. L. T A Y L O R , C. J. S N Y D E R , D. F. A L L M E N D I N G E R , G E O . L. MOORE, H. (T. P R E T T M A N , O. E. B U T T E R F I E L D , A. P . F E R G U S O N ,

    Committee on Streets. Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid. Moore, Allmendinger,

    Koch, Snyder, Laubengayer, Taylor, Shadford, Prettyman, Coon, Butter- field, Cady, Pres. Hiscock—12.

    Nays—None. SIDEWALKS.

    To the Common Council: Your Committee on sidewalks conr

  • 86 C O U N C I L P R o d E E D i N G s . sider t h a t i t is public necessity t ha t the sidewalks located as here inaf ter men- tioned shal l be constructed and srraded, and submit the following resolution or- der ing the same and recommend i ts adoption.

    Respectfully submit ted, E M M E T T C O O N , W . M. S H A D F O R D , O. H. C A D Y , J. L A U B E N G A Y E R , J O H N K O C H ,

    Commit tee on Sidewalks.

    Adopted as follows: Yeas—Aid, Moore, AUmendinger ,

    Koch, Snyder, Laubengayer , Taylor, Shadford, P re t tyman , Coon, Butterfield, Cady, P r e s . Hiscock—12.

    Nays —None.

    Aid. Brown and Ferguson entered.

    By Alde rman Coon.

    Mesolved:—That the construction of sidewalk hereinaf ter mentioned is deemed and declared a necessary publ ic improvement . Therefore , i t is he reby ordered t ha t p lank sidewalks be graded, bui l t and constructed on and along t h e following s t ree t and in front of the fol- lowing proper ty in the City of Ann Ar- bor, v iz :

    On the nor th side of VoUand in front of Nos. 3 and 7 and vacant lot between Nos. 5 and 7 the p roper ty of Mrs. Is rael Hall , Mrs. Mary Vosburg and owner unknown.

    On t h e east side of Thaye r South in front of Nos. 37, 43, 47, 49, 'property of Miss E. Eldr idge, A. L. Noble Est. Jo- seph White, Ered H. Belser, also No. 45 W . W. Whedon Agt.

    On the nor th side of Wi lmot s t ree t in front of No. 15, proper ty of A n n a Tay- lor.

    On t h e east side of E. Universi ty-Ave. in front of Nos. 7, 9, 11, the proper ty of M . B r o w n , Mrs. F incham and W. W . W h e d o n agent .

    On t h e west side of E. Universi ty- Ave. in front of Nos. 46. 56, 58, 66 the p roper ty of J. R. Bach agen t Mrs. Tow- er. Mrs. Sa r tenburg , Mrs. Mount.

    On the nor th side S. Univers i ty-Ave. in front of 39 proper ty of J. W. McDon- ald.

    On the west side of Church s t ree t in front of No. 14 the proper ty of W m . Cleaver.

    On the east side of 12th street in front of No. 40 proper ty of Mrs. V. G.Gar- wood.

    On the east side of S. Tngalls in front of Nos. 43, 47, 49, 51 and on the west side in front of 42 the property of Mrs M. Taylor, R. M. Howard, Thomas Kel- ley, J . B . Davis and Dr. Dorrance.

    On south side of Monroe in front of No. 28 proper ty of A. L. Noble Est. also along the nor th side of property, 48 E. Universi ty-Ave. property of Chapin.

    And fur ther t ha t stone or cement sidewalks be graded built, a n l con- structed on the north-east side of Wash- tenaw-Ave. from G^ddes-Ave to the cement walk in front of 61 Washtenaw- Ave. Along the proper ty of W, D. Har r iman, Mrs. A, Steadman, Pauline Weiss , Eliza Smith, Austin A. Wood, Est. and lo above named location.

    And further, it is hereby ordered t ha t the sidewalks be relaid and re- paired on and along the following s treets and in front of the following pro- per ty in the city of Ann Arbor, viz: j

    On the west side of 12th in front va- cant lot next nor th of 48 property of F. L P a r k e r Est.

    On the east side of 12th in front of Nos. 41, 39, 37, property of T. J. Keech, Mary A. Blake, Mary A. Hicks.

    On the south side of Washtenaw-Ave^ in front of Nos. 44, 50, properly of V'"^ ' B. Elliott, Mrs. El len Butts . . •'

    On the east side of 12th, in front of 33, 35 the proper ty Mrs. Phi lps A. M. Smi th and on t h e west side along the east side of 24 S. TTniversity-Ave. pro- per ty of Mrs. Condon.

    On the west side of Forest-Ave. in front of 38 and next lot north of 38 pro- per ty of A. W. Marsh, Noah W. Chee- ver.

    On the south side of South Univer- sity-Ave. in front 38 property'of Mc- Names.

    On the east side of Church in front of No. 19 proper ty Mrs. Taylor.

    On the nor th side of College in front of No. 1 and on the south side of 13 E. Universi ty-Ave. property of F. 'N. Scott, W. W. Whedon agent .

    On the east side of E. University- Ave. in front of No. 3, 45, 51 49, 55, 57, 59, 67, 69 and first lot nor tn -̂ f 67 pro- per ty of Dr. Dickenson, J. D. Sumner, Mrs. Lukens, M. M. Grant, R. Rhodes, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Taylor, Fred McOm- ber ag^ent, H e n r y Bliton.

  • J U L Y 15, 1895. 87 On the west side of E.University-Ave.

    in front of 48, 50, 52, also vacant lot next south of 52 property of T. J. Keech, Mrs. Cotant Richmond and owner unknown.

    On the south side of Geddes-Ave. in front of 26, 24, 22, 16 and between 16 and the line of Washtenaw-Ave. and the property M. D. Miller, Mrs. N. Proctor, A. F. Mat-tin, Henry Marsh, W. D. Harr iman.

    On the south side of Monroe in front oE.38and along the nor th side 41 12th property T. J. Keech agent .

    On thesouthsideof S.University-Ave. in front of 56, 54, first lot east of Church and on the north side of lot lo Forest- Ave. property of Mrs. Lukens. Dewey, H. T. Morton,

    On the north side of Wilmot in front of 49 properly occupied by James Shir- ley.

    On the east side of south Thayer in front of 31, 33, 35, proper ty of W m . Burke Est., T. L. Hewitt , Mary J. Johnson.

    And also that the following t a r walks be repaired and moped

    On the west side of Forest-Ave. in front of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and lot next north of 72, property of M. V. Torrens, Thos. Kearney, Mrs. Barnet t , Geo. Wood, J . 'v7,, jVlcDonald, Wm. Judson.

    on whe east side of Church in fnmt of Alpha Delta Fraternit;^ and on the west aide of 41 Washtenaw-Ave. property of S. H. Vauo^han, virs. Elliott.

    Adopted as follows: Yeas—Moore, Allmending"er, Koch,

    Sayder, Lauben^ayer, Brown Fergu- son, Taylor, Shadford, P re t tyman , Coon, Butterlield, Cady, P res . Hiscock -14.

    Na-is—None, WATKR.

    To the Common Counci l : Your committee on water to whom

    was referred the petit ion tor the exten- tion of the water mains and the location of a fire hydrant on Bfooks s t reet wo dd reijom jit nd tha t a tire hydran t he placed at a point on Brooks s t reet 700 feet from a hydrant located near t>he corner of Miller-Ave. and Brooks.

    o Respectfully submitted,

    A, P . F E R G U S O N . J A C O B L A U B E N G A Y E R , O . E . B U T T E R F I E L D ,

    Comnjittee on Water.

    Adopted as follows:

    Y e a s ~ A l d . Moore, AUmendinger, Koch, Snyder, Laubengayer, Brown, Ferguson, Taylor, Shadford, Pre t ty - man, Coon, Butterfield, Cady, P