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<br />~36 <br /> <br />;. <br /> <br />.. <br /> <br />Upon motion, seconded and carried, the Recorder was instructed to write <br />the Oregon Liquor Control Commission to cancel the wine license of the Broadway <br />Cash Store. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />~-4 <br /> <br />:-..~~ <br />......... <br />......-11. ~\ <br />~::xj,; <br /> <br />Councilman Reid nominated Mr. Fred E. ~amb as President of the Council for <br />1936, and moved that his election to said office be confirmed. Motion was second- <br />ed by Councilman Zumwalt, and Councilman Hendershott moved that nominations be <br />closed and a unanimous ballot be cast for Mr. Lamb. Motion was seconded and <br />carried, and the Recorder did then cast a unanimous ballot. <br /> <br />The Street Committee, by Chairman Lamb, reported that they were in need of <br />some new equipment at the city barn, including a press, drill, and lathe, the <br />price of which would be $700.00, but this would be reduced by the amount of tbe <br />trade-in value of an electric motor. He pointed out that they had in their <br />budget $1,000.00 for a new truck, but they felt this was more important than a <br />truck.this year, if proper- terms could be made. No action was taken at this <br />time. <br /> <br />A letter from Mr. Goold, City Sehool Superintendent, was presented asking <br />permission to close certain streets during certain hours of the day on account <br />of school children playing. This was referred to the Street Committee. <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />A letter from Mr. D. H. Bowman concerning the loss of a coupon on Park <br />Bond #117, asking for payment, was read, and the City Attorney stated that he <br />would hav.e to post bond to the City securing that amount of the coupon. <br /> <br />The annual report for 1935, from the City Engineer, and the December 1935 <br />report of the Eugene Public Library were read and ordered filed. <br /> <br />A petition for a stop street at the corner of 8th and Washington Streets <br />was read, and upon motion dulyseconded and carried the same was ordered-made a <br />stop street on both sides of Washington. <br /> <br />An Ordinance levying assessments for the paving of Sixteenth Avenue East <br />from Willamette Street to Alder Street in the City of Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, <br />was read the first time and passed its second and third readings by title under <br />suspension of the the unanimous consent of the Council and was placed <br />upon its final passage. The ayes and nays were called, Councilmen voting aye 8, <br />nay none, absent none. The Ordinance was declared passed and numbered 8463. <br /> <br />An Ordinance permitting and auth0rizing the erection and construction of <br />memorial monuments and/or buildings, pioneer memorials or pioneer museums pur- <br />suant to an Act 0f the Special Session of the 1935 Legislature, being Senate Bill <br />No. 60, was read the second time and after considerabl~ discussion, Councilman <br />Hendershott suggested that this wait until after the election of January 31st. <br />Mr. Cal Young, representing the ,Pioneer Association of Lane County, stated that <br />all they were interested in was cooperating with the City or interested parties, <br />and any conditions that were not right they would make them right. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />Report from the City Attorney and City Engineer in regard to the request <br />of L. J. Plowman for an adjustment an assessments on his property, was read <br />denying this cancellation. Upon motion, seconded and carried the report was <br />accepted. <br /> <br />An Ordinance requ1rlng all dogs in the City of Eugene to wear collars and <br />have attached thereto a license tag required by Section 20-2317 Oregon Code, 1930, <br />as amended by Chapter 309 of the 1933 Oregon Laws, was read the first time, and <br />after considerable discussion was held for two weeks. <br /> <br />.' <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />An Ordinance amending Section 3 of Ordinance No. 8460 entitled f1An Ordinance <br />licensing, taxing and regulating theatre s, vaudevilles" moving pieture shows, and <br />other shows and entertainments and exhibitions within the City of Eugene.lI, which <br />ordinance was passed by the Common eouncil on the 13th day of January, 1936, and <br />approved by the Mayor on the 14th day of January, 1936, by correcting the rating <br />~n the fourth paragraph of the licensing provision, was read the first.time and <br />{pas,' ed its second and third reading by title under suspension of the rule by the <br />nimous consent of the Council and was placed upon its final passage. The ayes <br />and nays were called, Councilmen voting aye 8, nay none, absent none. The <br />Ordinance was declared passed and numbered 8464. <br /> <br />The Recorder was requested to check upOn the turnover of the Boxing <br />Commission, as to the amount, segregation, etc. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br /> <br />Mr. J. B. McKinney, addressed the Council concerning the assessment on <br />paving that has been charged to him, and this was referred to the Judiciary <br />Committee, City Attorney, and City Engineer. <br /> <br />Councilman Simon requested the members of the Council to check over a new <br />vending machine, and decide whether or not they wished to license it. No action <br />was taken. <br /> <br />The Recorder was requested to read the recommendation of the Judiciary <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />~ <br />