Office oktmk Board oi Public WorSs, i Ann A.RBOR, .liiL'ihl 12, 1891. 1 Regular meoticg. Callee! to order by Pres. Keeph. Roll cali. Present- Messrs. Schub, Keech and Mclntyre. A petilin signed by Eli S. Manly and ten other residents and property holdersol' the fifth ward. city of Ann Arbor, asking that a sidewalk be ordered bjuilt on the north-easterly side ui' Traver street, from Mooie street to Mis. Fisher's north lino. Mr. Keech moved that we recommend and aak the Cotnmon Council to order sidewalks built on the northeasterly side of Traver street from Moore streel bo Mis. Fisher's north line. eaid sidewalk to be four t'ei-t wide. Veas - Keech. Schub, and Mclntyre. A petition Bigned by Herman Markham and eight other residente and pioperty holders of the sécond ward, city of Ann Arbor, asking that a sidewaik be ordered built ou the west side of Seventli street. from Madison streel to West Jefferson streel . Mi'. Keech moved tlial we recommeiid and ask the Common Council to order sidewalk built on the west side of Seventli street. from Madison street to West Jefferson street. ï"eas Schuh, Keech, and Mclntyre. The street eommisioner reported the following sidewalks out of repair, and wmild reeoinmend that new sidewalks be ordered built on the north and south sides of Washington street, from Main street to Fourth avenue, in front of the following property (south side): Joe T. Jacobs, Aadrew Bell, Pred Bettich, bt., liinsey & Seabolt. Mrs. Roehm, O. M. Martin. David Kinsey, and estáte of F. G. llentschler; (on the north side): Michael Steeb, and Mrs. Sweeney. The. report was accepted and recommended to tlie Common Conncil to order sidewalks built, which prevailed by yea and nay vote as follows. Yeas- Keech and Schuh. Nay- McIntyre. The Street Commissiouer was directed to advertise ior proposals for the repairs necessary on bridge No. 2, according to speciücations to be furoished liy Mr. Geo. ]i. Schwab. The Clerk was instructed to write for estimates of the cost of an iron bridge over the Ilurou river at bridge No. ;;. Tiie Board then adjoumed. W. J. Miller, Clerk. Office of the Boakd of Ppflic Woiiks, Asn Arbor, August 17, 1891. f Special meeting. Called to order by President Keech. Rol! cali. Present - Messrs. Keech and Mclntyre. Mr. Keech moved that the Washing ton street sidewalks recommended at lat regular meeting, be held back until further notice by this Board, which motion prevailed by vea and nay vote as follows. Yeas- Messrs. Keech and Mclntyre. Nays - Xone. Mr. Keech moved that we recommend and ask the Common Council to appropriate $7ö to pave part of alley between Ashley and Main streets from Washington to Huron streets, which motion prevailed by yea and nay vote as follows. Yeas- Messrs. Keech and Mclntyre. Nays- None. By Mr. Keech: Resolved, That the Board of Public Worfcs do recommend to the Common Council that the grade on Catherine and Clark streets be established' as givon by Prof. J. B. Davis, we further recommend that the expense of this grading be done by the University, they to have surplus dirt for their use in grading their grounds. The above was agreed to in a meeting of Street Committee and Board of Public Works October 27, 1890, which resolution prevailed by a yea and nay vote as follows. Yeas- Messrs. Keech and Mclntyre. Naya Xone. A communication from Mr. E. N. Greene, of Detroit, was read and referred to the City Attorney. The Board then adjourned.