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<br /> addressed the council and explained to some extent the losses sustained by in- ,
<br /> terested parties and made this offer to the city at this time. He stated he
<br /> I would pay the full amount the city has in the property on the following terms:
<br /> $1000 upon the execution and delivery of the contract and $1000 at the end of tn,
<br /> each succeeding six months thereafter until full amount is paid, the deferreq :' <~
<br /> payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum'payable seml~annuallYi .~,.,. .........
<br /> Upon motion made and seconded, the offer of Mr. Leavitt was accepted. The City:'
<br /> Attorney pointed out that it was to be understood that the citywas'to'rec~ive a
<br /> quit-claim deed for its property interest at 23rd Street. Resolution authorizing
<br /> , the Mayor and Recorder to enter into the contract was upon motion made and seconded,
<br /> 11 approved:
<br /> RESOLUTION .
<br /> WHEREAS, the City of Eugene has acqUired Lots 1 ~2.3.4,5 ,,6, 15 ,?-nd
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<br /> 16~ Block 30, Dri'verton Addition to Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, and
<br /> WHEREAS, the City of Eugene has caused the same to be appraised
<br /> " and determined its value, and
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<br /> WHEREAS, Linden G. LeaVitt-has offered the Gity $5861.80 for
<br /> I said property , which, according to the:.app~aisement, is all that the
<br /> property is worth;
<br /> I Now therefore
<br /> I BE IT RESOLYED by the' Common Council of the City of Eugene that,
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<br /> the Mayor and Hecor~er be and they are hereby directed to enter into
<br /> . the annexed contra,ct on behalf of the City of Eugene and the $1000
<br /> I down payment shall be deposited with the City Treasurer of said City.
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<br /> Councilman Bond, chairman of the Fire and Wate,r Commi t.tee recommended that
<br /> the Castelloe-Stocker request for erection of a Beon sign at 973 Willamette Street
<br /> .--12 be approved. Recomme~dation of Fire & Water Committee was sustained by the' council
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<br /> Police Committee,,'by Chairman Simon, reported the following appl~cations for
<br /> renewal of beer licenses for 1937:
<br /> J. A. Seely (Doc's Buffet), L.C.DeBurgh& T. C. Luckey(Club Ciga )
<br /> B. T. Stewart (Fir Tree Inn) C. C. Campbell (Oregena Confectioner )
<br /> Chas. M., Munson <Ta) Tavern} R.L., Durkee (Tip Top Lunch
<br /> T. W. Harris (Ted's Weiss & Sharman (New Deal Bowling)
<br /> Ralph & Stanley #3 JoeD. H~le (Lone Star Cafe)
<br /> L. G. Seales (Tiny Tavern} Imperial Lunch, Inc.
<br /> J. H. Kilburn (Kilburn Coffee Cup Lunch) Hotel Eugene, Inc.
<br /> Elmer Roberts (Roberts Drink & Lunch) G. B. and J.D.Brown(Brown'sEmergenc )
<br /> Jack Rol~nd (Five & Ten Cents Grill)
<br /> . wi th the recommendation that licenses be granted wi th the exception of the' Pastime
<br /> , and Dutch Mill, which the committee suggested be held for fUrther consideration.
<br /> I Transfer of license from Mr. Neal to P. L. Durkee (Tip Top Lwrch) was also approved
<br /> \ 13 Upon motion made and seconded, recommendations of the Police Committee were unani-
<br /> mously approved.
<br /> At this tim., City Attorney Cf:?lklns asked for approva10t:' the council that he
<br /> be permitted to appeal the case of Ethel Etter vs. City of EUgene to the Supreme
<br /> Court of the State of Oregon. The case involved an injury sustained by a young
<br /> girl in one of the city's park. The,Recorder recommended that Mr. Calkins' re-
<br /> , quest be approved as did Mayor Large~ It was moved and seconded that the City
<br /> 14 Attorney carry the case to the Supreme Court and it was so ordered.
<br /> It was reported by Mr. Calkins that the city did owe Mr. R. o. Bussell what
<br /> would have been his second week of' his annual vacation, but the city did not owe
<br /> I him any salary from the time the Chief of Po~lce suspended him from duty. Upon
<br /> , motion made and seconded, the Mayor and City Recorder were ordered to execute a
<br /> 15 warrant for payment of one week's sa1ary~
<br /> '16 Mr. Calkins asked for further time in consideration of the claim 'of the
<br /> Southern Pacific Company and request was granted.
<br /> City Attorney Calkins- was granted further time to consider the claims brought
<br /> against the City of Eugene by Harlow L.W:ln.rlck, A~torney"'at~law j Albany; Oregon.
<br /> Attorney Weinrick, representing various claimants as follQws~ Robert W~ Earl,
<br /> Stanford Hayden, P. W. Davis, John f. Foreman, Conie Jorgensen, J. R. Jennings,
<br /> . \ declares that the city of Eugene Is obligated to his clients due to overcharges on
<br /> l6A assessments.
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