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[official.] Board or Public Wohks, ... I Ann Arbor, Mich., July 16, 1891. j Regular meeting. Called to order by Pres. Keech. Rail called. Present, Messers. Schuh, Keech and Mclntyire. Minutes of previous, meeting read and approved. City engineer reported that tlie abutting property owners on the easi fnd of South Unlversity ave., have not built their sidewalks to the grade given Bhem. Referred to streot commissioner and city engineer to eee at once, tliat they build sidewalks to grade given them by the city engineer. Street Commissionor Sutherland recommi'Hdied that the following sidewalks be ordered built and repaired in front of tbe folio wing property: Waebington street, Estáte of Jacob Hangsterfer, (Jottfreid F. Schoettle, Henry Neuhoif, Hednzmann & Son. Michael Stabler, (north and south side.) John SclnveLder, Estáte of John Wagner, jr., Wm. Herz, Estáte oi August Mogk, Followinc sidewalks to be ronairod: William street, Wm Markley, Wallaee W. Bliss, Mrs. Marcia Rockwell, Mrs. A. L. Taylov, Mrs. Estluer D.' Blies, Miss Mary D. Beers, Juhnson W. Knight, Miss Helen M. Marshall, Fourth avenue, Wm. McCreery, Geörge Feiner, Mr.s. M. C. Peterson, Ldbesty street, Samuel I'. Poster estáte. And the following plank sidewalke lx' removed and built: Washington street, Loyd Redman, Min and North streets, Eugene E. Beal, División street, Mrs. H. T. Martin, Andrew Bell, Mili street. Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Miss Caroline K. WiVkinson, Luther Boylan, Broadway and Jones streets, .Ste'pnen Moore, William and Maynard streets, Mrs. Mary Collins Whiting, N. State street. Mrs. JosOph AVhitlark, Spring street. F. Rothbacker. On motion, all of the recomraendations of the street commissioner, were ordered built by. the board, recommenc&d to the common councll. Mr. Schuh cnlled the attention of the board that the water running on Washingtion street. at the Electric Light Co., place must be taken care of as the street was being injured. Referted to Mr. Schub, and street c omm issioners. Board then adjourned. W. J. MILXER, Clerk. Mr. Sclfmade- "I'll have to cut down your salary about 20 per cent., Mr. Johnson." Mr. Johnson- "But why? Is not my, work just as well done as ever?" "Ye-es, I igness so, but I've just found out that you are one of these collego gradúate.''