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6th Warders Want A Voting Place

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
December
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

At the school board meeting last evening, the question of getting posession of the sixth ward Engine house for a janitor's home was brought up. Mr. Mack reported that the city does not want to give it up without the school district furnishes the sixth warders another place for their caucuses and electious. They would be willing to exchange it for another suitable place, but he thought that rather than to buy another piece of property and exchange it for the Engine house and then dig a cellar under the Engine house, the school board uoight possibly do better by purchasing a home outright for the jnnitor. On metion of Mr. Eberbach the committee was continued with instructions to look about for another place in view of an exchange, at the same time negotiaiing to see what property could be secured for a jauitor's home.