City of Eugene
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City Council Minutes
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<br /> ~ <br /> 533 <br /> . <br /> ---~---~ -. --'- ~_._--'-~---- --...-~ - - - --- -- __.n -- -- <br /> - -. - . - - - - - -". - - - -~. - - . - . ..."..... - - - - - -.' "_. - - - '< -~ ~ -- -- - -- --- -- - .- _.~_. -~- -- --,_._-- - --~..._- <br /> - - - .- . - - __'W' ... p_u - -. ~. - ----. - --.'-',-,. <br /> --- ~ - - - ..- - ---~ + ~--_. -- _. .-- .. - - -.--. n _ <br /> Records in the office of the city recorder show that the city has a certificate on <br /> 11 this property in the amount of $1036.48, dated October 17, 1936. <br /> I Offer of Irvin D. Custer for lot 17, Block 5, Blair Street Addition in the ~ <br /> ./1 amount of $900.00, $100.00 down and payments of ten dollars a month was accepted ~ <br /> upon motion duly made and seconded. The City Attorney was instructed to prepare W <br /> 12 the papers. <br /> / A bid of $250.00 was offered by G. R. Blair for the east 60 feet of lot 12, <br /> Block 20; east 50 feet of south 40 feet of Lot 11, Block 20 all in College Hill <br /> 13 Park Addition and placed in the hands of the Finance Committee for consideration. <br /> An Ordinance providing for the segregation of assessment liens upon property, .- <br /> /1 and providing for the repeal of all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict <br /> 14 herewith was read the first time and laid over~ <br /> Mayor Large reported that he, together with the Recorder and chairman of the <br /> Finance Committee, had considered an offer from Blyth & Co., Inc. for the sale of <br /> $5000 Sherman County, Oregon Road 5s due '(/1/39, the offer being 109 plus accrue d ' <br /> . A interest to November 1, 1936. It was deemed to the best interest of the city to <br /> make the sale and upon motion made and seconded, the action of the officers of the <br /> 15 city was unanimously approved. <br /> A request was placed in the office of the city recorder by Mr. H. H. Dickey, <br /> ~ 1365 Cross Street, for the installation of a street light at the intersection of <br /> Cross and Blair Streets. The problem was placed in the hands of the Fire & Water <br /> 16 Committee. <br /> Rep9rts for the months of August and September were presented from the office <br /> of the Advisory Matron showing the activities of that department for the respective <br /> 17 months. <br /> Mayor Large reported that he had received a great number of complaints on the <br /> existence of the city jail building. Acting chairman Bond moved that the building <br /> I be razed and this wes seconded and all present voting aye. The Police Committee <br /> I <br /> I was instructed to make the arrangements for th~ disposition of the building and <br /> I unless suitable offers are made for the iron cages and equipment that they be <br /> 18 I stored in the Street Department's barn. <br /> ~ Mayor Large presented the name of Clarence V. Simon as a member of the Park <br /> 19 Commission. It was moved and seconded that the Mayor's recommendation be approved. <br /> A" Mayor Large presented letter from Greeley and Hanson, Sewage Disposal Enginee s <br /> 20 in which they inquired what the city's plans were for a sewage disposal plant~ <br /> Councilman Reid stated that the situation on Sixth Street west of Polk was of a <br /> serious nature by reason of the fact that no city sewer service was available and <br /> I residents had to resort to the use of septic tanks. City Engineer Clubb suggested <br /> that the territories known as ~est Moreland and ~est Sixth Street Addition be <br /> I incorporated in the city of Eugene so that a sewer project could be planned ror tha <br /> territory in order that the costs of such a project could be planned for that ter- <br /> I ritory in order that the costs of such a project could be properly apportioned <br /> among the property owners. The entire subject was referred to the city health <br /> I officer, Dr. A. N. ~ohnson., <br /> An ordinance adopting the plans and specifications of the city engineer for <br /> . the construction of a sewer, a's follows: Beginning at the main city sewer lying <br /> in the alley between Willamette Street and Oak Street in the city of Eugene, bet- <br /> ween ~eventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue, thence to the property herein described, <br /> being an eight inch sewer serving the property herein all in the city of Eugene, <br /> Oregon; and declaring an emergency, was read the first time and passed to its <br /> second and third readings by title under suspension of the rules by unanimous con- <br /> sent of the council. The ayes and nays were called, councilmen voting ayer <br /> Lamb, Hendershott, Reid, Bond and Harris; nay, none; absent, Simon, Zumwalt and <br /> 21 Carl son., The ordinance was declared passed end numbered 8491.. <br /> Upon motioti made and seconded, meeting was adjOUrned. <br /> C. M. Bryan <br /> 8ity Recorder <br /> I <br /> .. <br /> I <br /> I ~ <br /> i <br />
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