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<br /> Council Chambers, Eugene, Oregon
<br /> I D~cembe~14. 1936
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<br /> The regula~ meeting of the common council held at the hour of 7:30 o'clock -~
<br /> P. M., December 14, 1936. Mayor Large called the meeting to order; all councilmen ~
<br /> were present except Messrs. Simon, Zumwalt and Carlson.
<br /> The minutes of November 25, 1936 were presented and ordered filed as there
<br /> were no corrections appearing~
<br /> Mr. Victor Todd, WPA Engineer, asked the council to authorize payment of
<br /> $100.00 to the local WPA sewing project to purchase material in order to continue
<br /> the work. He pointed out that Lane County has contributed a great deal more than
<br /> thefr share all ready. Councilman Lamb asked City Attorney Calkins if such a re-
<br /> quest could be considered as an emergency. Mr. Calkins stated he was not certain
<br /> how it should be interpreted. The matter rested with the council. Councilman
<br /> * Hendershott suggested that the city contribute $50.00, purchasing the material
<br /> this year and having the same billed as of. January 2, so that the money could be
<br /> deducted from the relief budget for 1937. CounCilman Bond objected~ He believed
<br /> the council shoula deal only with its present budget. Councilman Reid moved that
<br /> the request of Mr. Todd be not allowed. This was seconded and the ayes and nays
<br /> \ were called; councilmen voting aye, Lamb and Hendershott; nay, Reid, Zumwalt, Bond
<br /> 1 and Harris; absent, Simon and Carlson. The request was denied.
<br /> At this time Councilman Zumwalt arrl~ed.
<br /> Permission was sought from the council by Mrs. Kight, local resident, to
<br /> erect a foundation for the tent in which she housed her family of six children.
<br /> Handicapped because of finances she had failed to secure, a residence after weeks
<br /> of intensive searching. The locality she has in mind is the west side, preferably
<br /> west seventeenth. She made it clear to the council that should her request be
<br /> , granted, she would abide by all regulations. The matter was referred to the Health
<br /> 2 Committee and Building Inspector Mosher for consideration and with power to act..
<br /> I A petition signed by property owners on Willamette Street between the South
<br /> line of Eleventh Avenue and the North line of Sevent~enth Avenuewaa presented re-
<br /> questing that the paving be widened throughout the area so as to extend to the
<br /> sidewalk line of each side of Willamette Street.' Mr. F. M. Hathaway presented the
<br /> , petition to the council. Mayor Large referred the plan~to the Street Committee
<br /> 3 and City hngineer Clubb and asked for a report at the next meeting.
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<br /> Dr. Harris, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, recommended waiver of
<br /> penalty and 10 per cent interest, with the provision that interest be paid at the
<br /> \ rate,of 6 per cent, assessed against lot 2, block 2, Ira Hawley's Addition. Upon
<br /> 4 motion made and seconded the recommendation was approved~
<br /> The Judiciary Committee denied the request of Mr. E. M. Reagan for cancel-
<br /> ~.':..b ,; lation of interest on assessments against lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 3, Kincaid Park
<br /> ..... ! Addition. Upon motion made and seconded the recommendation of the Judiciary Com-
<br /> 5 mittee was approved.
<br /> Dr. Harris reported negatively on the request ,of Mr. E. S. Evenson, 1777
<br /> , Olive Street, for waiver of interest in the sum of $10.,33 on the west 100 feet of
<br /> . 6 lot 9, block 1, Lizzie Luckey Additiop.
<br /> Councilman Hendershott, chairman of the Finance, Committee, reported the fol-
<br /> lowing bills to the council with a recommendation that they be allowed and motion
<br /> was made, seconded, and carried that warrants be drawn for the same. The. ayes and
<br /> nays were called, councilmen voting aye; Lamb, Hendershott, Re~d, Zumwalt, Bond and
<br /> Harris; nay, none, absent, Simon and Carlson~
<br /> GENERAL BOND INTEREST FUND
<br /> F. Wentworth, Treasurer 2333.51 F. Wentworth, Treasurer 1425.00
<br /> F. Wentworth, Treasurer 250.00 F. Wentworth, Treasurer 1501.31
<br /> IMPROVEMENT BOND INTEREST FUND
<br /> I F. Wentworth, Treasurer 2568.75 F. Wentworth, Treasurer 1040.23
<br /> INTERSECTION FUND
<br /> F. Wentworth, Treasurer 2650.60
<br /> DOG FUND
<br /> C. M. Bryan, Recorder: 36.07 Grace Schiska, Lane County Treasurer 26.65
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