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Ann Arbor City Council Minutes, October 02, 1911

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COMMON C O U N C I L -- O c t o b e r 2, 1 0 1 1 . 1 45 Co u n c i l C h a m b e r , .Ann A r b o r , Mich., Oct. 2nd , .1911. R e g u l a r Session.

M e e t i n g called t o o r d e r by P r e s . Mills. P r e s e n t : P r e s . Mills, Aid. H o c h r e m , Sweet, K o e r n k e , P i p p , F l y n p , M a n w a r i n g , G o o d y e a r , L u t z , L i n d e n s c h m i t t , ID. A b s e n t : Aid. S c h m i d , M u r r a y , -Bherk, R a m s a y , 4. M i n u t e s

of p r e v i o u s -me e ti n gs a p p r o v e d .

Oo n i mu n 'i c a t io n s P r o m t h e M a y o r -- A n n Ar b o r , Mich.,

Se pt . 30.th. l a i l . T h e H o n o r a b l e C o m m o n Co u n c i l : Gentlemen--^1 d e s i r e to i n f o r m y o u t h a t t h e foll owing h a v e b e e n a p p o i n t - ed s p e c i a l p o l i c e m e n , to s e r v e w i t h -o u t p a y f r o m t h e c i t y : Mr. E d w a r d

K u e h n , a t t h e riv er, Mr. G u s t a v -Sodt a n d Mr, W a l t e r C l a r k a t t h e W h i t n e y

t h e a t e r , a n d Mr. ^vlarvin D a v e n p o r t a t t h e c o u r t h o u s e bull Sing a n d g r o u n d s . R es p e c t f u l l y , W I I i L I A M L. W A L Z ,

M a y o r . O r d e r e d on file.

C o m m u n i c a t i o n f r o m Ma b e l P l e t -

Of F . G. -Schleicher, et al, for s t r e e t l i g h t s a t cor. W a s h t e n a w a n d A u s t i n avs., c o r F e r d o n r o a d a n d G r a n g e r av., o n F e r d o n r o a d 'J00 ft. n o r t h of

G r a n g e r av . a n d cor. of B a l d w i n av. a n d W e l l s st., re ceiv ed a n d r e f e r r e d to L i g h t i n g c o m m i t t e e . ( E n t e r Aid. M u r r a y . )

T,Gonxmlttee ReiK>rts. FINANCE REPORT, Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 28th, 1911. To the Finance Committee of the Com- mon Counoil: Gentlemen--I have examin-ed the following accounts against the city of Ann Arbor, and I hereby certify that they are correct to the best of my bnowlOdfiTS Kespectfully su bmitted, ROSS GRANGE RCity Clerk. Coutitiffeiit F itu d . Ros s Grange!*, s al ar y a n d clerk hire.^l6G.66 Eug en e G. *Mann, s alary a n d clerk

h ir e 10S.33 S. W. Reakes. s a l a iy 125.00 J o h n W. Dwyer. s alary 83:33 J a s . F. 'Breakey, s alary 50.00

H a r r i s Ball, s ala ry 55.00 SI. E. E a s t e r ' y , salary 50:00 JJapoleon Brough, salary 50.00 R. G. MaeKeuzie. sa^lary 25.00

Total r e g u la r salaries $713.32 F i r e *Fund. Chas. An drews salary ,Y 41.66 E u g e n e W illiams salary 36.30

Fsed Jolly s alary 36.30 J ia lp h ' E d w ar d s s alary 36.30 :Henry McLaren s alary 34.37 Geo. Hoelzle s alary 34.37 ilacob Gwlnner s alary - - T, . . . 33.00 A r t h u r Clark s alary 33.00

Max W ittlin g er salary 33.00 Harley Wise salary 30.00

F r a n k Tice salary 30.00 Martin Noll salary 30.00 F r e d Nordman, s alary . - - 30.00 Geo. Isbell, salary 30.00 Mat. Heiu ing er, s alar y >r... 27.50 J o h n IJehr, salary 27.50 J a m e s Smith, s alar y ,27.50 F r a n k Markey, salary 27.50

CUus. Carroll, salary 22.l>>0 F m u k iCapp salary . . . . .22.00

Total salaries t o r 1-2 mon th of September $622.30

roliof* F u n d . Theo. C. Apfel, salary | 41.66 Thos. O'Briei., salary 37.40 Zenus Sweet, salary *, 33.(t0 Wm. Blackb urn, salary - T, T, T, . . . . . . . 33.05 Wm. J . Apriil, s a ' a r y . , . . , . . " , . , , . , . 'i'S.itO O u s t a r e Meyer, salary . . , . . . . * T, . 33.00 D e W it t H a t h a w a y , salary , . 33.00

Rex Bu rn ett, s alar y 33.00

tTjotal salaries for 1-2 m o n t h at September $277.06

P o o r F u n d . J. H. Shadford, s alary $20X0 Cemetery F u n d . Matthias Luip.pold, salary ^40.00 ^ riu gre. Culvert & Crosswalk F u n d . E. W. Groves, s alary $166.66 J o h n Wisner. salary 125.00 H a r r y B r ig h tm a n , s alary 83.33

T o t a l salaries $374.90 Continjgrent F u n d . .T. W. Markey. collecting garbage...$277.50 W. L. Walz, expenses 26.25

E. B. Manwaring, expenses 20.25 E r w i n Schmid, expenses 26.25 J a s . D. Rams ay , expenses 20.25 E. W. Groves, expenses 13.10

E a s tern Michigan Edison Co., city hall a n d clock 27.18 Michigan State Tel. Co., rental and tolls 53.67 J . e . Goss Co., supplies 9(00 B u r r o u g h s Ad d in g Machine Co.,

supplies 1.00 Gearge W a h r. supplies 5.75 Th e Brown D r u g store, supplies . . . .7.00 Fischer & Finnell, supplies 4.00 Th e Times News Co.. p ri n t in g 206.00 Clyde C. Kerr, p r i n ti n g 1.75 Frederick P u b l i s h i n g Co., s u b -T,scription 1.00

H o ra tio J . Abbott, recordin g d e e d . . . .75 Wm. Seyfried, services 1.00 F ra n c is T. Dwyer, services 9^0 Ross Granger, express jmid 95

Total supplies, etc ^724.75 .FIpe F u n d . Ann A r b o r Gas Co., light, etc $ 6.47 E as te rn Mich. Edison Co., l i g h t t . . . 4.50 Varsity L a u n d r y Co.. laUndry .8.61 Ann Arbor Garage, supplies 1.25

Schumacher H a r d w a r e Co., supplies 5.16 Cas p ar Rinsey, supplies 2.55 W. H. L. Rohde, coal 29.94 H e n r y Brau n . hay 34.83

R o b e rt Martin, hay 22.60 H. Shankland, s t ra w 17.07 Bailey & E d m u n d s , repairs 95 Sevbold & Esslinger, horseshoeing,

etc 16.45

1 4 6 CO MiM O N C O U N C I L -- O c t o b e r 2, 1 9 1 1 . .Tno. C. Fisch er Co., re p a irs 106.75 Chas. J . Andrews, expenses p a i d . . . 31.90

T o ta l supplies, etc $289.03 Police F u n d . Po lh emu s Trans fer Line, l i v e r i e s . . . .$5.25 P o o r Fund. Ilelber Bros., supplies $ 3 .5 0 Ra n so m Bros., supplies 21.65 T h eu re r & Walker, suppUes 26.79

Total supplies $51.94 Street T,ight\ng Fund. E as ter n Michifran Edison Co., ligh t $1,222.50 Cemetery F u n d .

Claude Young, rebate on lot $7.50 P a r k Fund. L e e B u s h , l a b o r $ 9.00 W m . B v r n e , l a b o r 14.00 E d w . H u d d y . l a b o r 7.20 A. D . L y n d o n , l a b o r 25.00 C h a s . H . O t i s , l a b o r ( s u p t . ) 8.33 W . J . K a n d e l . l a b o r 25.00

T o t a l l a b o r $88,53 M e O m b e r & M i n e r , i n s u r a n c e 33-<5

P a r k f u n d t o t a l $122.28 S t r e e t F u n d . C h a s . H a t c h , l a b o r $ 3.60 J o h n H o w a r d , l a b o r 1.00 F . K r a u s , " a b or 7.11 W m . K u e h n , l a b o r 3.75 J o h n L u i p p o l d . l a b o r 4.80 J o h n M o r a n , l a b o r S.TIJ J u l i u s N i m z , l a b o r 3.33 J . E. S u m n e r , l a b o r 4.50

W m . W i l d , l a b o r 1.00 J o s . E l l i s , t e a m 12.00 J o h n M c H u g h , t e a m 2.23 W a l t e r S c h n e i d e r , t e a m 4.50

S t r e e t f u n d t o t a l $53.22 S i d e w a l k F u n d . W m . B u r y , l a b o r $ 7.00 C arl E s s e r y , l a b o r l.SO G o t t l o b ^vaiser. l a b o r 1.80 C h a s . H a t c h , l a b o r 1.80

J o h n H o w a r d , l a b o r 7.20 J o e K e l s y . l a b o r 1.80

F . K r a u s , l a b o r 9.11 W m . K u e h n , l a b o r 2.25 J o h n L u i n n o l d . l a b o r 5.40 G e o r g e Miley, l a b o r 1.80 J u l i u s N i m z , l a b o r 2.00 M i ch ae l R y a n , l a b o r 1.80

W a l t e r S c h n e i d e r , t e a m 9.00 M r s . M: A. S w e n e y , t e a m 4.50

D a v i d W a l l e n m a i e r , t e a m 13.50

S i d e w a l k f u n d t o t a l $70.76 Bridgre. C u l v e r t & C r o s s w a l k F u n d . W m . M. Allen, l a b o r $ 1.33 H o r a c e A n d r e w s , l a b o r 5.40 J a m e s B a r r y , l a b o r ( e n g r . a s s t . ) . . . . 36.00 R. W . B i x b v . l a b o r 8.40

W a l t e r B l a d e s , l a b o r 6.20 W a r d B oy c e. l a b o r 5.33 R. M. C a u g h e y , l a b o r 30.28 H a r r y C ollins, l a b o r 1.11 E . J . Donanv-c, l a b o r 13.20 Geo. D. E d d y , l a b o r 1.80 G o t t l o b G a i s er , l a b o r 2,70 M i k e H e i s t e , l a b o r 21.60

M i cha el H e s s i o n . l a b o r 21.60 .John H o l k a , l a b o r 21.60 W'ra. K u e h n , l a b o r 11.00 C h r i s . L a r m e e . l a b o r 19.20

11. L o e h r k e . l a b o r 1.28 J u l i u s L o e h r k e . l a b o r 11.34 J o h n L u i p p o l d , l a b o r 2.70 J . G. Mack, l a b o r 20.20

R. M c B a i n , l a b o r 1.80 J u l i u s N i m z , l a b o r . . 9.78 M i c h a e l P r i e s c o r n , l a b o r 5.30 E r n e s t R a p p , l a b o r 20.10

R o s c o e R i ce, l a b o r 2.20 E. R o t h e n b e c k e r , l a b o r 1.28 G len S m o c k , l a b o r 1.33 A d a m Stoll, l a b o r 3.33

J o h n W . T h o m a s , l a b o r 2.80 F r e d U l r i c h , l a b o r 27.37

L e R o y W a g n e r , l a b o r 12.50 I t a y W^alter, l a b o r 2.20 t?am. W i cting, l a b o r 7.40 W m . W i l d , l a b o r 5.20 H a r o l d W^ilson, l a b o r ( e n g r . a s s t . ) . . 39.90' Gleu W i n a n s , l a b o r 1.80 Geo. W i s n e r , l a b o r 1.80 R. S. E l li s, t e a m 37.00

B e n n e t t F r e n c h , t e a m ( g r a v e l ) . . . . 1.00 W . G. H o d s o n , t e a m ( g r a v e l ) 3.00 J o h n M c H u g h , t e a m 41.33 G. V. R i c h a r d s , t e a m ( g r a v e l ! 5.00 Geo. S c h a i b l e , t e a m 36.00 A. F . h h e p h e r d , t e a m ( g r a v e l ) 2.25 M r s . M. A. S w e n e y , t e a m 2.50 J o s . W a l l a c k e r , t e a m 36.00. M. M. W h e e l o c k . t e a m 10.00 J o s . W i l l i a m s , t e a m 36.00

T o t a l l a b o r $598.44 P e e r l e s s P o r t l a n d C e m e n t Co.. c e m e n t $2,379.79 O hi o & M i c h i g a n S a n d & G r a v e l

Co., s u p p l i e s 75.63 B a r r e t t Mfg. Co., s u p p l i e s 736.03 A m e r i c a n S e w e r P i p e Co., s u p p l i e s 130.20 T h e R o b i n s o n C l a y P r o d u c t Co..

s u p p l i e s 120.29 J o h n C r o w l e y B o i l e r W o r k s , s u p -

p l i es 608.(,!> F o o t e Mfg. Co., s u p p l i e s 9.00 C h a s . A. S a u e r & Co.. s u p p l i e s . . . 2.3.24 L u i c k B r o s . & Co.. s u p p l i e s 5.77 J n o . C. F i s c h e r Co., s u p p l i e s 9.40 C h r i s t i a n S c h l e u k e r , s u p p l i e s . . . . 3.30

S c h u m a c h e r H a r d w a r e Co., s u p p l i e s 8.00 S c h u m a c h e r & B a c k h a u s , s u p p l i e s 1.20

R a n s o m B r o s . , s u p p l i e s 1.19 N o r t h G a s s & Son, sup' ^lies 11.90 A. C. H e t s l e r , r e p a i r s .75 S e y b o l d & E s s l i n g e r , r e p a i r s , e t c . . 34.20 E . E . B i r d , u s e of h o r s e 19.00 Mich. C ent . R. R. Co., f r e i g h t 581.rX A n n A r b o r R. R . Co., f r e i g h t 264.43

T o t a l s u p p l i e s , e t c . . . . . . . . . . . $5,022.63 B r i d g e , cul. & c r o s s w ' k f u n d t o t . $5,621.07

L a b o r A c c t . P a v i n g : D i s t . N o . 18. W m . M. Allen, l a b o r $ 2 3 . 6 7 H o r a c e A n d r e w s , l a b o r 8.90 T o n y B a d a l u c c o , l a b o r 25.89 R. B a r i b e a u , l a b o r 8.00 R. W . B i x b y . l a b o r 3.20

W a l t e r B l a d e s , l a b o r 9.20 W a r d B oyce, l a b o r 17.11 J o h n B o v k e , l a b o r 80 G e o r g e B r o w n , l a b o r 23.22

W m . B u r y , l a b o r 12.38 E. C. a s t e r l i n . l a b o r 5.33 J o h n Cicala, l a b o r 23.00 W m . C l a r k , l a b o r 25.67 H a r r y C ollins, l a b o r 5.33 C a r l o C o r a n d i n o . l a b o r 6.r6 B en D e F i l i p p i . l a b o r . ; . 32.08

C O M M O N C O U N C I L r -- O c t o b e r 2, 1 9 1 1 . 147 Joe DePilippi, labor 25.67 Geo. D. E d d y , labo r 19.56

Carl Essery, lab or 13.60 Wm. Eerrier, lab or l-l.(H) Mike F o n ta u a , labor 7.38 Settimo P o n t an a. lab or 25.67 Billy F r a n k , labo r 25.67 E d a ie F r an k , labor '62.06 Gottlob Gaiser, labor 9.1.0 J o e Genco, labor 25.67

A. D. Groves, labor 25.50 Cbas. Hatch, lab or S.bo Geo. Heselschwerdt, labor 18.10 J o h n Ho ward , labor b.iiu

J o e K amasino , labor 23.UO Zan K a tap h o r, labor 22.00 .>>olin Ka ta po lis labor 27.2':i Nick Katapolis, lab or 23.S9

I*aul Ka tap o lis . labo r 23.89 J oe x-cisy, labor 7.20 Nick Kolinesli, labor 2^.0) F. K r a u s . lab or 2.00 Wm. Kuelin, labo r 6.50 Seami Leapont. labor 23.00 J u l i u s Loehrke, lab or 34.00 J o h n Luippold, labor 5.30

Nick Manos, lab or 28.11 II. B. Markh am. labor 2U 78 E r w in Masine, lab o r 23.89 J i m Masine, labor 24.T,J2 J a m e s Mason, labor 29.73 Auge May, labor 25.OG

E n d r o May, labo r 25.G7 F r a n k May, labo r 25.67 J o e May. labo r 25.67 Charley Mazzard. labor 16.33

K. MeBain, labor 19.10 R. McBain. labor 17.30 C. H. McClellan, labor 23.00 H u g h McGuire. labor 15.14 Geo. Miley. labor 10.70 \v. A. Miller, labor 19.90

R. Mills, labor 5.30 S. Mills, lab or 16.90 Brazio Mucario, labo r 25.67 J u l i u s Nimz, lab or 5.78

Hen ry Norjrard. labor 16.45 O. L. Ogdeu, labo r 1.80 Michael Prieseorn, labor 14.(.;0 Billy P um a, labo r 18.56

Roscoe Rice, labor 19.11 Michael Ryan, labo r 13.90 Mike Sarzana, lab or IS.oO Pete Sarzana, labor 18.11 F r a n k Senapolis, labor 24.6* A. Seyler, labor 20.70

W al ter Seyler. lab or 15.42 Gas p are Shialt, labor 28.88 Gleu Smock, labor 2L0O Adam Stoll. labor 24.22

J. E. Sximner, labo r 8.7o J o e Sutter, labor 2.oO George W^ Sweet, labor 13.00 J o h n W. Th o mas , labor 14.00

L ouis Thompson, labor 1.78 L ouis T irb , lab or 17.^2 J . Verzillo. labor lo-K^ LeRoy W ag n er, labor lOO

Ray Walter, lab or I ^ P L Sam. W h i t ti n g . labor g.OU Wm. Wild, labor Ig-'^ Glen W in a n s , lab or ^g^J^ Geo. Wis ner. labor ^ ^ - 1 ^ J o e Youngbauer, labo r 2U.hy

J ac ob Becks, team (gravel) 48.00 C. II. Brock, team (gravel) 45.78 , Jo.s. Ellis, team 32.50

R. S. Ellis, team 17.00 S. A. Elsifor. team and gravel 275 75 Bennett French, team (gravel) 49.00 r 'i Vv-^^*''""'^(R)^' ^^^^^ ^ g r a v e l . . . 67.C0

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Fred Rice, team 30.75 G. V. Richards, team (gravel) 76.00 George Schaible. team (gravel) 39.(0 W a lter Schneider, team 24.25

Wm. Seyfried. team (gravel) 37.00 Albert Kteffen. team (gravel) 5D.00 A. F . Shepherd, team (gravel 3.00 Mrs. M. A. Sweuey. team 38.25 David Wallenmaier. team 24.25 J a co b Weber, team (gravel) 21.00 Geo. Weeks, team 35.00 M. M. Wheelock, team 27.75

C. M. Thomi)Son & Son, curb 79.36 Total labo r $2,952.32 Ohio & Mich. Sand & Gravel Co.. supplies $123.30 M. Staebler

Total supplies, etc $179.83 L a b o r acct. pav. dist. No. 18 tot. $3,132.15

L a b o r Acct. Paving: Dist. No. 30, Horace Andrews, labor $ 3.f'0 R. Baribeau. labor 1.00 R. W. Bixbv, lab or l.OJ W a lt e r Blades, labor 3.60 W m. Bnrv, labor 4.50

Carl Essery. labor 3.20 Gottlob Gaiser. labor 1.2O Chas. Hatch, labor 3.00 J o h n Howard , lab or 3.60 J oe Kelsy. labor 3.40 Geo. Miley. labor 3.40

W. A. Miller. labor I.UO S. Mills, labor 1.00 Michael Ryan, labor 3.60 J o h n W. Thomas, labor 2.10

LeRoy Wagner, labor 3.00 R. S. Ellis, team 2.00 W alte r Schneider, team 8.50 David Wallenmaier, team 9.00 M. M. Wheelock. team 6.50 M. G. Richmond, curb 466.29

L ab o r acct. pav. dist. No. 20 tot,.$535.09 L a b o r Acct. Paving: Dist. No, 24. J aco b Becks, team (gravel) $4.00 Kecapitulation.

Contingent fund $1,438.07 Fire 911.33

Police 282.31 Po or 71.94 Street lig htin g 1.222.50 Cemetery 47.50 P a r k 122.28 Street 53.22 Sidewalk 70.76 Bridge, culvert and crosswalk 5,996.03

L a b o r acct. pav ing dist. No. 1 8 . . . 3.132.15 L a b o r acct. paving dist. No. 20 535.0') Liilior acct. paving dist. No. 2 4 . . . 4.00

Total $13,887.21 Ann Arbor. Mich.. Oct. 2nd. 1911.

To the Honorable, the Common (Council:

148 COMMON COUNCIL.--Octotoer 2. 1911. ' i '~" Gentiemen--Your Finance committee have . . . Henry G. Pipp. reviewed the foregOUig report of the city x\d. Lindenschmitt moved the

Geo. Lutz, Win. Goodyear, Wm. H. Mur- year* Hpchrein, Murray, Lutz, Lin-liiy. Finance Committee. denschmitt, f*res. Mills, I I . Nays,

Aid. L*utz moved the adoption cf none, the report. . To t h e T, Honorable Common CounAdDpted as follows: > Yeas, Aid. Pipp, cil: ,,Gentlemen---Your committee, to Flynn, Koernke, Manwaring, Sweet, w^hom Was referred the m atte r of the Goodyear, Hochrein, Murray,: Lutz, Mary A*. ' Exinger judgrment, recom-Lindenschmitt, Pres. Mills, 11. Nays, m en ds that, said plaim to t h e amount none. of $1,685.50 be paid as satisfaction in Bills fof painting. Eng ine house No. fyU of said judgment, costs and in1> Ross. Decorating Co. $220.00, and terest. William J. Clancy, for spi^inkling in J o h n Lindenschmitt,' sprinkling districts Nos. 11 and. 12, He'nry jG. Pipp. $220;00, presented, and, on motion, of Aid. Liadenschmitt moved that Aid.-Lutz, "Were allowed and w a r r a n t s recommejidation. be adopted.. Adopted ordered d rawn by following vote: as Jtoilows:*. Yeas, Aid. Pipp, Flynn. Yeas, Aid. Pipp,; Flynn, Koernke, Koernke, Manwaring, Sweet, Good-Manwaring,- Sweet,. Goodyear, Hoch- year* Hochrein. Murray, Lutz, Linrein, Murray, Lutz, Lindenschmitt, denschmitt, Pres. Mills, 11. Nays, Pres. Mills, I L -Nays, none. none. ,,, ,,_

Street Committee. ^idieWlk. Committee To -the Honorable Common Coun- To the Common Council: Gentlecif: Gentlemen--Your .. to men--The Sidewalk : committee would' whom t h e -mattei- o# placing t h e raijs recommend t h a t t h e sidewalk on

of the D ; U . - R . line a t the corner of south side of P a c k a r d st., from State Main a n d P a c k a r d sts-, was referred, s t to Mr." Heusel's house, ,be raised to with power to act. respectfully m a k e grade, at expense ,of city,, m atter of their report:,. new walk or raising same to be left.

The -oommittoe. V consisting , of the to, Engineer and Street Commissioner,' Street a n d R ai l w a y committees and with power to act; also t h a t property City Engineer, together with the City own^ers on south side o t JIcKihley ave.. Attorney and representative of the between, State ai^d White sts. be orD.' U. R. company, m e t on Sept. 19th, dered to raise a n d place sidewalk on and, after- looking., over ,the ground grade. and considering the m a t t e r ^carefuUy, Respectfully, William Goodyear, came to th e conclusion that, for the George L u ' . . safety of vehltlies .. driving between Aid. Goodyear jnpved. the adoptipn the curb and the traok, as well as for of th e report. Lo^t , by fOllowiiis

the safety, of. passengers riding on vote: Ye as : , Aid.. Goo.iyear, ,Murray, the railway cars, t h e , inside rail of Lutz, Lindenschmitt, < Pres. Mills, 5. t h e t rack should be placed 11 feet six Nays, Aid. Pipp. Flynn, Koernfce, inches from the curb on the n o r t h - Manwaring, Sweet, Hochrein, 6.

e ast .co rn er of Main and P a c k a r d sts. , Moved by Aid. Manwaring: . That A imotion to .that effect was . carried, the^vote on 'Side>valk committee's reand th e Railway Co, so notified. port be reconsidered. Adopted as J o h n Lindenschmitt, follows: Yeas, Aid. P i p p , . Flynn.

^ .Hen'py.G. Pipp. Koernke, Manwaring, Sweet, Hoch-'T,' Moved by. Ald..,Lindenschn^itt: ,Tlaat rein, Murray, Lutz, Lindenschmitt, the* r e p o r t be^ adopted a n d t h e . c o m r p res. Mills, 10. Na.ys, Aid, Goodyear, 1. mittee discharged; Adopted as- fol- Moved , by , Aid.. Manwaring: "that

lows: Yeas, Aid. Pipp . Flynn, .Koernke, action on Sidewalk, committee's re-Manwaring^ Sweet, Goodyear, Hoch - port be deferred to next meeting;

rein, Murray, Lutz, Lindenschmitt, Adopted. Pres. Mills. I L Nays, none., Lighting Commit^efe.

To . the Honorable Common Coun- , To the Common Co'unc,il: , Grfentle-cil: Gentlemen^--Your committee, to men--r-Your. Light:ing committee rec.wh<>>m t h e - m a t t e r of t h e W-ood and omm ends t h a t Tungsten street Hgt^ts 'Brooks, subdivision was referred, rec- be, placed at- eo rn er of- Granger and

ommends t h a t the plat of said sub- Olivia avs., a t corner of Sylvan and division to t h e city of Ann Arbor be Paipkard sts., a,nd on-Wept Huron st.,

accepted. , ,ne3.r intersection of Ninth, st. Joh n Lindenschmitt, C. J. SWeet. William Goodyear, Light7 COMMON G O U N C I I ^ ^ O c t o b e r . 2, 1911. 1.45, i n s - : Co m mi t t e e , Lutz-, L i n d e n s c h m i t t , P r e s . Mills,. 1 1 . Aid. S w e e t - m o v e d t h e a d o p t i o n of Na y s , n o n e .

V'nS"'^T?o''** A d o p t e d a s follows; Ye as, S i d e w a l k G r a d e s . Aid. P i p p , F l y n n , K o e r n k e , M a n w a r - _ ing, Sweet, G o o d y e a r , Hochr-ein, M u r - B y Ai d . . G o o d y e a r : , W h e r e a s , i n . t h e . ray, Lu t z, L i n d e n s c h m i t t , P r e s . op in ion of t h e coun cil t h e g r a a e of

Mills, 1 1. Nays , n o n e , ^^6 sidewalk, on t h e we s te r l y side of Officers' R e p o r t s P a c k a r d , st. o u g h t t o be c h a n g e d . ..nd

Q u a r t e r l y r e p o r t s of J u s t i c e s D o t y ^^^^^ ^^^ es tablished,, to. t h e end t h a t a n d R i t c h i e , a n d City M a r s h a l ' s ^ ^^ ^ s t r e e t m a y be s u i t a b l e for p u b l i c m o n t h l y r e p o r t s f or \ u g u s t o n d Se p - t r a v e l , t h e r e f o r e , t e m b e r , rec eiv ed a n d o r d e r e d on R<

Bi d s on w o o d ' p r e s e n t e d a s follows: from s o u t h line of Ma di so n st ttf t h e A. W. M u m f o r d . $2.25 a n d $2.50 p e r n o r t h e r l y line of Cross st. be, a n d c o r d ; F r a n k K l e i n s c h m i t t , $1.50 a n d t h e s a m e is h e r e b y c h a n g e d , fixed a n d $2.00; W i l l i a m A. Grostic, $2.50; e s ta b li s he d , so t h a t t h e g r a d e of said L o u i s Miller, $2.10. Moved by Aid. s i d e w a l k on a n d a l o n g t h e s t r e e t Lu tz , t h a t bids be r e f e r r e d to P o o r a f o r e s a i d s h a l l be a s follows, t h a t is

c o m m i t t e e a n d C o m m i s s i o n e r . A d o p t - to s a y : ed. At s. line of Ma di so n st 852.86

Moved by Aid. M a n w a r i n g , T h a t At 200 ft. s'ly of t h e s. line of Clerk be a d d e d to c o m m i t t e e on p u r - Ma d i s o n st 846.56 c h a s e of wood, a n d c o m m i t t e e be At 300 ft. s'ly of t h e s. line of given p o w e r to a c t. A d o p t e d a s fol- M a d i s o n st 844.31

lov/s: Ye as, Aid. P i p p , F l y n n , K o e r n k e , At n o r t h e r l y line of Cross s t . . .842,49 M a n w a r i n g , Sweet, Go o d y e a r , H o c h - B, M. ( H y d ) c o r n e r T h o m p s o n re in , M u r r a y , Lu t z, L i n d e n s c h m i t t , a n d P a c k a r d sts. El 846.060 P r e s . Mills, 11. Na y s , n o n e . t h e e l e v a t i o n given b e i n g a b o v e t h e

B i d s o n W a r d B u i l d i n g official city d a t u m , a n d a l o n g f-,e Bi d s w e r e p r e s e n t e d by clerk on c e n t e r line of s u c h wa l k , a n d t h e T h i r d w a r d b u i l d i n g a s follows: P a u l g r a d e lines to consist of s t r a i g h t lines K o r z u c k , $1,025.00, i n c l u d i n g w h i t e b e t w e e n t h e se v e r al p o i n t s or s t a t i o n s

p o r c e l a i n sink, t h a t is not in sp e ci - a b o v e s t a t e d . fications, $5.00 to be d e d u c t e d if s i n k A d o p t e d a s follows: Yeas, Aid. is n o t i n cl u d ed . Carl W. B o e h n k e , a s P i p p , F l y n n , K o e r n k e , M a n w a r i n g , p e r specifications. $900.00. Sweet, Go o d y e ar , H o c h r e i n , M u r r a y ,

Moved by Aid. Sw e e t : T h a t t h e L^tz, L i n d e n s c h m i t t , P r e s . Mills, 11. c o n t r a c t be a w a r d e d to Carl W . j ^ ^ y s n o n e

B o e h n k e , w o r k to be d o n e u n d e r d i - By Aid. G o o d y e a r : W h e r e a s , in t h e w ' 2 " " i n ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ , *^f ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ o pin io n of t h e council t h e g r a d e of

?^^^ ^'inn T?>^.^.^ ? f n / r ' ' n l r ' i v r n ^ ^ ^ ' ' t h e s i d c wa l k on t h e e a s t e r l y side of Ala. P i p p , r lynn, K o e r n k e , M a n w a r - ^r i,*. v,*- *T, u^ <

ing, Sweet, G o o d y e a r . H o c h r e i n , M u r - W a s h t e n a w av. o " g h t to be c h a n g e d r a y . Lut z , L i n d e n s c h m i t t , P r e s . Mills, f^^ ^""^l ^"*^ es t ab l is h ed , to t h e ei.d

11 N a y s n o n e '^^^t s u c h s t r e e t m a y be s u i t a b l e o r E n s i n ^ r o n B r o a d w a y B r i d g e P^^**^ tr a v el , t h e r e f o r e , ^ ^ , A n n Ar b o r , Mich., Sept. 20th. 1911. Res olv ed , a n d it is h e r e b y o r d e r e d H o n C o m m o n Council, City: Ge n t l e - t h a t t h e g r a d e of t h e s i d e w a l k on a n d

m e n -- I n m y o p i n i o n t h e b r i d g e o ve r a l o n g t h e e'ly side of W a s h t e n a w ..v. t h e H u r o n r i v e r on B r o a d w a y s h o u l d f^^m s'ly line of M. H. D'Ooge p r o p be t h o r o u g h l y c l e a n e d a n d p a i n t e d . e h t v to t h e n'ly line of T h e Sorosis Yo u r s , etc., E . W. G R O V E S , City c l u b p r o p e r t y be, a n d t h e s a m e is

E n g i n e e r . h e r e b y c h a n g e d , fixed a n d e s t a b l i s h e d . By Aid. S we e t : Resolved, t h a t t h e so t h a t t h e g r a d e of said s i d e w a l k on r e c o m m e n d a t i o n of t h e City E n g i n e e r , a n d a l o n g t h e s t r e e t a f o r e sa i d ' all r e l a t i v e to t h e c l e a n i n g a n d p a i n t i n g be a s follows, t h a t is to s a y :

of B r o a d w a y b r i d g e , be a p p r o v e d , a n d At D'Oog e's s. line 887.40 t h e B o a r d of P u b l i c W o r k s a u t h o r i z - At 100 ft. n. w'ly of D'Oog e's s.

ed to a d v e r t i s e for b id s on s a m e , a n d line 88.T.80 r e p o r t to co u nc il s u c h r e c o m m e n d a - At 200 ft, n. w'ly of D'Oo ge 's s. tion a s t h e y t h i n k best. l i n e . * 882.00 A d o p t e d a s follo ws: Yeas , Aid. At aOO ft. n. w'ly of D'Ooge's s.

P i p p , F l y n n , K o e r n k e , M a n w a r i n g , line 882.40 Sweet, Go ody ear, H o c h r e i n , M u r r a y , At n'ly line of Sorosis club

150 COMMON COUNCIL--October 2, 1911.

property 883.70 B. M. (Hyd) cor. Hill a n d

Washtenaw ays. E 888.000 the elevation given being above the official city datum, and along the cen-ter line of such walk, and the grade lines to consist of straight lines l.e-tween the several p o in t % o r stations above stated.

Adopted as follows: Yeas, Aid.

Pipp, Plynn, Koernke, Manwaring, Sweet, Goodyear, Hochrein, Murray, Lutz, Lindenschmitt, Pres. Millt,, 11. Nays, none.

Aid. Manwaring and City Engineer Groves gave very interesting talks re- garding the meeting of League of Municipalities held at Saginaw, September 20 to 22. The council adjourned.

ROSS GRANGER, Clerk.

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