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<br />. <br /> <br />~ <br />463 <br /> <br />.-- <br /> <br />- _'v ___ - <br />- _ ___._ .-_ . __ __ 'W' ._ <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />j: <br /> <br />, :1 <br /> <br />e,' <br /> <br />-- <br /> <br />--"'. <br /> <br />Council Chambers, Eugene, Oregon <br />April 27, 193.6 <br /> <br />~ <br /> <br />The minutes of'the adjourned meeting of the common council held at the hour <br />of 7:30 o'clock, P. M., April 27, 1936. Council was called to order by Mayor Large <br />with all councilm~n present exeept, Simon, Reid, and Zumwalt. . The Recorder presente C <br />I" exeerpts of the minutes of the regular meeting of April 13, 1936. <br /> <br />The Mayor at this time called for presentations from the citizens and none <br />appearing, the usual calendar was taken up. <br /> <br />,...,'" <br />11:...,..,,; <br />, ._~....~ <br />. :{~ <br /> <br />The Judiciary Committee, by Dr. Harris, reported that they had not been able <br />to arrange 'the matter concerning the NYA program with the university committee due <br />to the fact that some of the members of the committee from the university were out 0 <br />town, but as soon as they called the meet ing, the commi t,tee from the counc il would <br />be ready to meet with them. <br /> <br />Dr. Harris re~orting on the complaint concerning the usage of Sixth Avenue <br />East from Willamette to Oak as a market, stated that this was in fire zone No. I and <br />all that had to be done was for the Chief of Police to put a stop to it. <br /> <br />Concerning the Matthews' property, Dr. Harris, stated that the city attorney <br />had a statement to make. At this time Mr. Calkins stated that it was not mandatory <br />that an appraisal committee be appointed before the sale of city-owned property, but <br />that there was nothing to prevent such a committee being appointed. The Mayor state <br />3 that he had made the appointments of this appraisal committee and if it were satis- <br />factory to the council, he would like to have them continue this work and report to <br />the council as soon as possible their findings. No objections appearing, the com- <br />mittee stands. <br /> <br />1 <br /> <br />2 <br /> <br />The Fire and Water Committee, by Chairman Bond, recommended that a light be ' <br />4 installed at 25th and Miami Lane. Upon motion made and seconded, the recommendation' <br />of the committee was approved. <br /> <br />Q <br /> <br />Councilman Bond, representing the Police Committee, recommended the transfer <br />lof the beer license of the Tiny Tavern. Upon motion made and seconded, the recom- <br />mendation of the committee was approved. The transfer of the Manhattan Cafe license <br />was requested to be held for an additional two weeks. <br /> <br />.... <br /> <br />6 <br /> <br />Regarding the building of Mrs. Ella M. Day, located at 270 8th Avenue West, <br />the City Engineer requested that the contract be extended and a new bond be issued <br />jfOr a period of one year. Upon motion made and seconded, the recommendation of the <br />city engineer was approved. <br /> <br />Complaint was presented claiming the steam exhaust of the Wardrobe Cleaner's <br />as a nuisance to pedestrians on West 10th. The Chief of Police was ordered to in- <br />vestigate the matter. <br /> <br />I Communication was presented from S. H. Best, requesting the installation of <br />a larger light in the alley between Alder and Hilyard Streets. This was ref~rred to <br />the Fire and Water Committee. <br /> <br /> <br />'Z <br /> <br />- <br /> <br />8" <br /> <br />Communication from the Eugene Water Board was presented informing the counci <br />9 that the Water Board had as of April I, 1936, cancelled $50,000 of 5% Water Bonds, <br />due April 1, 1939, the bonds cancelled being numbered foom 1-59 inclusive. The com- <br />!munication was ordered filed. <br />I <br /> <br />Communication from Mrs. J. L. Elsensohn was presented concerning the liens <br />10 against her property, to-wit: lot 14, block 11, Fairmount Addition. This was re- <br />ferred to the Judiciary Committee. <br /> <br />Communication from City "Attorney Calkins was presented on behalf of the <br />Eugene Library Board and upon recommendation of the council, the Library Board was <br />11 allowed to decide on its own insurance needs. <br /> <br />Communication from Lewis Jasper concerning the disposition of the dogs taken <br />12 by the city was presented and ordered filed. <br /> <br />13 ' <br /> <br />A claim in the form of a communication was presented by Mrs. Polley Wilson 0 <br />Springfield, asking for a total of $500.00 damages as a result of a fall sustained <br />at the corner of Park and Oak Streets. This was referred to the Judiciary Committee <br />and the City Attorney. <br /> <br />14 <br /> <br />Communication was presented from Mr. J. S. Middleton, attorney of Portland, <br />representing the Hod~e estate, asking the council to cancel certain assessments again t <br />the property described therein. The communication was referred to the Judicmary ~ <br />Committee. ' <br /> <br />15 <br /> <br />I The Recorder asked what disposition had been made by the Judiciary Committee <br />Iconcerning the request of the Private Flyers' Association made at the previous. meet- <br />ling. Mr. Sanders stated that he was making suitable arrangements with the PFA. The <br /> <br />-~ <br />