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<br />,e- <br /> <br />~ <br />457 <br /> <br />..-- --- - --~ --- --~- - -- ~- ~ - --~- ---------- <br /> <br />_.._-~~-------- ~-- ._._--~- ---........- . ---_._--- -----~ --- ----- ~-. -~-- - ~- ~_....- -....- --~------- <br />, - <br /> <br />Council Chambers, Eugene, Oregon <br />April 13, 1936. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />The minutes of the regular meeting of the common council held at the hour <br />7:30 o'clock P~ M., April 13, 1936. Council was called to order by Mayor Large, <br />councilmen present except Mr., Reid. <br /> <br />of .p;. <br />all (,:1 <br />4.-";;'q <br />, ~:'J <br /> <br />'. <br /> <br />:..-'. <br />The Mayor asked for an expression of opinion from the members of the council ;S< <br />as to whether or not they wished the, minutes read at the beginning of each meeting <br />by the Recorder. After considerabl.e discussion by the members of the c'ouncil, upon <br />motion having been made and seconded, the Recorder was requested to read the minutes <br />of the last meeting and hereafter come prepared to the council meetings with a short <br />resume of the preceding meeting, laying particular' emphasis on the business referred <br />to committees or held over to be reported on at the succeeding meeting. This motio <br />was carried and at this time the Recorder read the minutes of the preceding meeting. <br />Councilman Harris asked that that part of the minutes concerning civil service, <br />reading "Section 2 shall be amended by providing for compensation at the rate of <br />$5~OO for ~ach day actually employed", be further amended to read as follows: IIBy <br />providing for compensation at the rate of $5.00 for each day consisting of eight <br />hours actually employed." No further corrections appearing, the Mayor ordered the <br />minutes filed as read. <br /> <br />At this time Councilman Reid arrived. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />The Mayor called for presentations from the citizens and Mr. Judd Stauffer <br />addressed the council in behalf of securing permission for the veterans' associatlo <br />to conduct a parade for Memorial Day services as is the usual custom. Upon motion \ <br />made and se~onded, permission was unanimously granted. <br /> <br />Mrs. Day then addressed the council concerning the possibility of her leavin <br />an addition, that was built to her house a few years ago, as it now stands, rather <br />than removing the same as was the agreement at that time. Councilman Hendershott <br />pointed out that in his estimation, the neighborhood and the immediate property was <br />very much benefitted by leaving Mrs. Day's residence as it now is, but he asked the <br />Mayor to refer this to the City Engineer and Building Inspector and they are to bri <br />in a report and recommendation at the next meeting. <br /> <br /> <br />'-- <br /> <br />i' <br /> <br />The regular order- of business was taken up at this time and Councilman Harris <br />of the Judiciary Committee reported favorably upon the offer of Mr. A. C. Mathews <br />for the purchase of certain property, on one condition, that'Mr. Mathews shall pay <br />6% interest to the city on the unpaid balance of the purchase contract and further <br />that if Mr. Mathews should become delinquent in excess of 60 days, then he, Mr. <br />Mathews, loses all his interest in the property. A discussion was held among the <br />members of the council as to whether' or' not this was the proper procedure in the <br />disposal of city-owned property. The City Attorney suggested and wished it under- <br />stood that this was not a statement of fact but it was his understanding that the <br />Mayor would have to appoint an appraisal committee to determine the value of the <br />property. Councilman Hendershott moved that the Mayor appoint an appraisal com- <br />mittee for this property. Councilman Reid seconded it and it was so ordered. <br /> <br />Councilman Hendershott of the Finance Committee then recommended the pay- <br />ment of $204.46 to Lane County on taxes which would give the city complete equlpy <br />in a number of pieces of property. It was moved and secon:ed that the Financ:e Com- <br />mittee's recommendation be approved and that the amount of $204.46 be paid. The <br />ayes and nays were called. Councilmen vpting aye, eight; nay, none. Absent, none. <br /> <br />'- <br /> <br />Councilman Hendershott then presented the bills and moved that warrants be <br />drawn for the payment of the same. It was'seconded. The ayes and nays were called. <br />I Councilmen voting aye, eight; nay, none; absent none. <br /> <br />GENERAL FUND <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />Eugene Public Library <br />The Salvation Army <br />Aetna Life Insurance <br />Pacific Hospital Ass'n. <br />Eugene Hospital & Clipic <br />Public Management <br />Eugene Register-Guard <br />Eugene Morning News <br />Keystone Eps Company <br />Koke-Chapman Company <br />Nat'l Municipal League <br />Shelton-Turnbull & Fuller <br />Valley Printing Co. <br />American Road Builders' <br />The Gillette Company <br />Hanson Blue Print Co. <br />The A. Lietz Company <br /> <br />223.48 v <br />400.00v <br />78.54 <br />34.20 <br />16.25 <br />4.00 <br />3.15 <br />1.65 <br />12.00 <br />.90 <br />5.00 <br />.50 <br />8.50 <br />10.00 <br />1.00 <br />15.41 <br />12.86 <br /> <br />Sun Printing & PUblishing House <br />Eugene Fender & Body Works <br />Ford-Nelson Lumber Company <br />Granzer!s Grocery <br />Northwest Cities Gas Company <br />C. A. Swarts, Sheriff <br />New Service Laundry <br />O. K. Auto Wreckers <br />Chet Daniels <br />K. E. Erickson, Company, Inc. <br />Eugene Concrete & Tile Co. <br />Eugene Planing Mill <br />Eugene Sand and Gravel Co. <br />General Petroleum Corporation <br />George A. Halton <br />Pratt & Owens Insurance Agency <br />Preston-Hales Company <br /> <br />3.00 <br />31.25 <br />3~44 <br />7.20 <br />8.57 <br />131.50 <br />3.28 <br />2.50 <br />700.00 v <br />39.00 <br />34.50 <br />30.85 <br />6.87 <br />22.00 <br />9.50 <br />106.40 <br />3.60 <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />~ <br />