City of Eugene
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City Council Minutes
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<br />~ <br />499 <br />. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />~- _ --.,--.-- _._- ~-_.~- -_._.~ -...---. -""--.-------. <br />- ._._- -- - . - ---- ~ - -- -~. ~ - .-. - >-- ---- - - + .- ~'~_.'- ...- - --'- <br />- - - - - -..--- ".--- - -- -- _. "-- -- --. ~- - - ._ __w _ .___ __ __ ___ .__ __~ __.. _ _, _ _____ _._~. "_ _.. <br /> <br />COUNCIL CHAMBERS, EUGENE, OREGON <br />August 10, 1936 <br /> <br /> <br />I The minutes of the r'egular meeting of the common council held at the hour of ;~ <br />7:30 o'clock, P.. M.., August 10" 1936. Council was called to order by Mayor Large '':~ <br />with all councilmen present except Simon and Zumwalt.. "w <br /> <br />Gordon Wells spoke regarding Ethel Etter injured on the swing in Hendrick's <br />1 Park and this matter was referred to the Judiciary Committee, City Attorney to ~ <br />consult with Mr. Wells regarding the case. <,\- <br />," '. <br />....._.w <br />Mr. Wells also asked for an ordinance giving the Terminal Taxi Company sole _.'.. <br />2 privilege of operating taxicabs in the city of Eugene. 'L'his matter was referred ""- <br />to the Judiciary Committee and City Attorney. <br /> <br />City Attorney Calkins and JUdge E. O. _Potter, members of the Planning Commissio , <br />3 explained a proposed change of zoning system at 11th and Mill Streets and asked if <br />there were any protests from the council regarding the same. After some discussion, ""- <br />the Planning Oommission said they would report later in the evening to the council. <br /> <br />.. Mr. C. A. Wintermeier, local attorney, spoke regarding his assessments on Lot 7, <br />Block 8, Hollenbeck's Addition. He claimed that his assessment for paving 17th <br />4 Street was not against this lot at the time he purchased it and asked that the in- _ <br />terest on the assessment be changed so as to start at the time the Reassessment <br />Ordinance was passed instead of the time when the Imprbvement was m~de. This re- <br />quest was denied by the council. <br /> <br />Percy Patterson addressed the council concerning a trade for certain lots that <br />he wished to make with the council. He offered all the lots in Block 6, except ~ <br />5 Lot 7; Lot 3 in Block 5; 2 lots in Block 2 and all of Lot 4 in Block 1, and 9-10 in <br />Bloc.k 3 if the counci 1 would cancel his af1sessment on Lot 8 in Block 3., This me t- <br />ter was referred to the Judiciary Committee and City Attorney. <br /> <br />I Councilman Hendershott of the Finance Committee, presented the bills for the <br />6 I month of July with a recommendation that warrants be drawn for the same. It was <br />seconded and the ,ayes and nays were called. Oouncilman voting aye, 6; nay, none;, <br />I absent Simon and Zumwal~. The bills are as follows: <br /> <br />- GENERAL BOND INTEREST FUND <br /> <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer $3362.50 <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer 500..00 <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer 3325.00 <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer 537.50 <br /> <br />IMPROVEMENT BOND INTEREST FUND <br /> <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer $2118..76 <br /> <br />INTERSECTION FUND <br /> <br />F. Wentworth, Treasurer $3591.40 <br /> <br />IMPROVEMENT BOND SINKING FUND <br /> <br />. rF. Wentworth, Treasurer $101.,71 <br /> <br />I DOG FUND <br />I <br />I F. Wentworth, Treasurer $ 20.83 <br /> <br />PLAYGROUND FUND <br /> <br />Pacific Tel & Tel 00. 10.83 Thelma Brown 91.00 <br />R. A. Babb Hardware Co. 22..83 Kathryn Agee 87.50 <br />Chase Co. 1.00 Mrs. Mabel McPherson 7.00 <br />C. & M. Transfer Company 6.00 Marion Weitz 124.00 <br />I Irish Cash Store #3 2.50 James Smith 62.00 <br />Korn Baking Company 6.00 L. M. Scroggins 108 .50 <br />Office Machinery & Supply Co. 14.70 Doris Hack 34.20 <br />I Preston & Hales 5.25 R. L. Henagin 108.00 <br />J. w. ~uackenbush & Son 10.41 Marion Roe 9.00 <br />Seiberling & Lucas Music Co. 3.44 tIelen Vlells 18.40 <br />Twin Oak~ Builders' ~upply Co. 9.31 h. G. Dykstra 20.00 <br />Waldorf ~aint Co. .90 G. A. Sprague 180.00 <br />Zellerbach Paper Company 1.00 Crocker-& Trotter 53.00 <br />G. A. Sprague 5.79 Hendershott's Gun Store 31.40 <br />Edity Hays 91.00 Twin Oaks Builders Supply Co. 6.14; <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />. <br />I <br />II .... <br />
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