The Aun Arbor Railroad coinpany was si ven the right to close Hurón and Felch streets and Miiler avenne froni July 5 to Sept. 1, and Liberty, First iïnd William streets from Sept. 1 to Oot. 1, provided tliat Felch street and Míller avenue should be open whlle Washington and Hurón streets are closed, nnd wlth the understandIng that the Aun Arbor railroad deliver to the city all tlie gravel necessary to make the change of grade in the streets. Mr. Richards, the Ann Arbor engineer, was present on invitation of Mr. Sawyer and explained that the gratie at Felch street would be flrst raised, then at Miller avenue. As soon as one street was ünished it would bo oponed up. "We can persutfiably," he snid, "get Pelch street done before we begin Hurón street, but Hurón, Wa Ion and Liberty Btreets are so close together that we sliall have to cloa fliree at one time."