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Parcel No. 2

property. The following parcel of land situ- Sec. 3. That this resolution is an ated in the city of Cleveland, coun- emergency resolution and shall take ty of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, effect on and after its adoption and being part of sublot No. 14, in Herr approval by the mayor. & Gregerson's subdivision of orig- Adoption recommended by the diinal Brooklyn township lot No. 29, rector of public service, the commitrecorded in volume 5, page 46 of

tee on grade crossings, streets and maps, Cuya hoga county records, and director of law, as an emergency being a strip of land off the south

measure.
erly side of said sublot No. 14, and Read second time.
being five (5) feet front on W. 79th Adopted as an emergency measure.
st., ten (10) feet wide in the rear, Yeas 25, nay's 0.
and one hundred and thirty (130) File No. 45572-A.
feet, six (6) inches deep.

By Mr. Faulhaber.
Parcel No. 3

Whereas, it is necessary for the The following parcel of land situ- daily operation of the department of ated in the city of Cleveland, county public service that the following deof Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, be

scribed property be acquired at ing part of sublots Nos. 11 and 12,

once for the opening of a new street of s. L. Severance's subdivision of

between W. 53rd st. and W. 55th st., original Brooklyn township lot No. in the city of Cleveland, in connec29, recorded in Volume 5, page 14, tion with the grade elimination of maps, Cuyahoga county records,

along the line of the N. Y., C. & St. and being the northerly twenty (20) L. R. R. feet of said sublot No. 11 and the

Resolved, by the council of the southerly ten (10) feet of said sub

city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, lot No. 12, and one hundred and

that it hereby declares its intention thirty-seven feet, (137) ten inches to appropriate, for street purposes, (10) deep.

in connection with grade crossing Parcel No. 4

elimination at W. 53rd st. and W. The following parcel of land situ- 55th st. and the tracks of the Nickel ated in the city of Cleveland, county Plate railroad, an absolute estate in of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, be

fee-simple in the following describing part of sublots Nos. 10 and 11

ed property, to-wit: ins. L. Severance's subdivision of Situated in the city of Cleveland, original Brooklyn township lot No. county of Cuya hoga and state of 29, recorded in volume 5, page 14 of Ohio and known as being the northmaps, Cuya hoga county records, and erly 30 feet of sublot No. 49 in Wilbeing the northerly ten (10) feet of lard Burnham's subdivision of a part said sublot No. 10, and the southerly

of original lot No. 48, Brooklyn twenty (20) feet of said sublot No.

township, being 30 feet front on w. 11, and one hundred thirty-seven 53rd st. and extending back 132 feet feet, (137) seven and one-hali inches

deep. (742) deep.

Sec. 2. That the mayor be and he
Parcel No. 5

is hereby authorized to appoint some The following parcel of land situ- suitable person to serve notice upon ated in the city of Cleveland, county the owners, persons in possession of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, being

of or having an interest of record part of sublots Nos. 13 and 14 of H. in the above property and to make P. Malone's subdivision of original return of such service in the manBrooklyn township lot No. 29, re- ner provided by law. corded in Vol. 5, page 14, of maps, Sec. 3. This resolution is hereby Cuyahoga county records, and being declared to be an emergency measthe northerly five (5) feet of said

ure and shall take effect and be in sublot No. 13, and a triangular par- force from and after its adoption cel off the southerly side of said

and approval by the mayor. sublot No. 14, said triangle being five Adoption recommended by the di(5) feet wide on W. 77th st., and

rector of public service, the commitrunningto a point at the southeast

tee on grade crossings and director corner of said sublot No. 14.

of law, as an emergency measure, as Parcel No. 6

a substitute for resolution file No. The following parcel of land situ

43572
ated in the city of Cleveland, county Substitute accepted.
of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, be- Read second time.
ing part of sublot No. 13, in H. P.

Adopted as an emergency measure.
Malone's subdivision of original Yeas 25, nays 0.
Brooklyn township No. 29, recorded
in volume 5, page 14 of maps, Cuya-

GENERAL RESOLUTIONS hoga county records, and being the

ADOPTED
southerly thirty-five (35) feet of File No. 43561.
said sublot No. 13.

Mr. Smith.
Parcel No. 7

Be it resolved by the council of
The following parcel of land situ- the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio:
ated in the city of Cleveland, county That the Cleveland Railway Com-
of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, and pany be required to have all Su-
known as sublot No. 12, of H. P. perior ave. east bound cars stop at
Malone's subdivision of original E. 120th st.
Brooklyn township lot No. 29 re- Adoption recommended

the
corded in vol. 5, page 14, of maps, committee on street railways.
Cuya hoga county records, and being Adopted.
forty (40) feet front on W. 77th st., File No. 45568.
and one hundred and thirty-seven By Mr. Sledz.
and four tenths (137.4) feet deep.

Resolved, that The Cleveland
Parcel No. 8

Railway Company be and it is here-
The following parcel of land situ- by requested to repair the pavement
ated in the city of Cleveland, county between its track on Fleet ave. S. E.
of Cuya hoga and state of Ohio, and between E. 49th st. and E. 65th st.
known as sublots Nos. 24 and 26 of Alloption recommended by the
A. Anthony's subdivision of original committee on street railways.
Brooklyn township lot No. 29. re- Adopted.
corded in volume 5, page 27 of maps,
Cuvahoga County records, being SECOND READING RESOLUTIONS
eighty (80) feet front on W. 75th st. File No. 43640.
and one hundred (100) feet deep.

To vacate portion of W. 117th st.. Sec. 2. That the mayor he and he · from northerly line of Edgewater is hereby authorized and directed to dr. N. W. to Lake Erie. appoint some suitable person to Arloption recommended by th diserve notice according to law upon rector of public service, the commitall owners. persons in possession of tee on streets and director of law. or entitled to an interest in said Read second time.

Motion by Mr. Smith to refer a copy of this resolution to the city plan commission was sustained.

File No. 45630.

To repeal resolution No. 44473 to repave E, 4th st., from Euclid ave. to Prospect ave.

Adoption recommended by the director of public service, the committee on streets, taxes and assessments and director of law.

Read second time.
File No. 45521.
Mr. Dittrick.

Whereas, the council is satisfied that there is good cause for vacating the portion of W. 90th st. as hereinafter described and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest of the public and that such vacation ought to be made; now, therefore, be it

Resolved. by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That it hereby declares its intention to vacate the portion of W. 90th st. which is bounded on the north by the southerly right-of-way line of the N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R., and bounded on the south by a line parallel with and distant 166.71 feet northerly of the northerly line of Madison a e. N. W.; that the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to serve notice of the adoption of this resolution upon all persons whose property abuts upon the portion of said W. 90th st. affected by this vacation.

Adoption recommended by ythe director of public service, the committee on streets, city property and the director of law.

Read second time.

The rules were suspended. Yeas 25, nays 0.

Read third time.
Adopted. Yeas 25, nays 0.

DECLARATORY
File No. 45631.
By Mr. Thompson.

To grade, drain, curb, pave, and improve E. 128th st. from Kinsman rd. S. E. to Union ave. S. E. Adoption recommended by

the committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

Read second time.
File No. 45632.
By Mr. Thompson.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve E. 125th st. from Kinsman rd. S. E. to Union ave. S. E.

Adoption recommended by the committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

Read second time.
NEW RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
File No. 45661.
Mr. Smith.

Whereas, the coal situation continues to be one of great public interest and concern; and

Whereas, the city of Cleveland must take every possible step to insure an adequate coal supply to maintain its public utilities, which supply water to all of its inhabitants and to many of its industries and which supply light and power to some of its inhabitants and industries; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That

the mayor be requested on behalf of the city of Cleveland to demand of the coal dictator at Washington and Columbus that action be taken whereby those producers of coal who have been under contract to furnishi coal to the city of Cleveland for the use of its public utilities during the year 1917, be required to continue or to resume the delivery of coal to the city of Cleveland at prices fixed by the United States govern. ment, notwithstanding contracts between the city of Cleveland and the

by

said producers have expired or are about to expire.

Adopted.
File No. 45662.
Mr. Sulzmann,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the director of law be requested to advise the council as to the authority of council to pass legislation that will make the mayor coal dictator with authority of supervising the purchase and distribution of coal under a plan whereby the city would establish municipal coal yards to assemble the coal purchased from the producers and to sell it at these yards to retailers and others at a fair price that would cover the cost of purchase plus other expenses and further be sold under such arrangements as would require retailers to give consumers the benefit of coal so secured by and through the city, proper allowance being made to the retailers for their fair profit.

Adopted.
File No. 45663.
Mr. Schwartz.

Whereas, the charter requires the various directors to file with the council annual reports for their departments at such time as the council may fix; and

Whereas, the council heretofore has fixed September 1, 1917, as the date for the filing of

the

annual reports for the year 1916; and

Whereas, there exists the unusual situation of no reports of the various departments, excepting the department of law, for ihe year 1916 being now available for inspection; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the directors be again requested to forthwith file with the council reports for their departments for the year 1916.

Adopted.
File No. 45 664.
Mr. Schwartz.

Whereas, the next council of the city of Cleveland in all probability will be required to consider the question of a new price arrangement for gas; and

Whereas, it seems desirable that the city should provide itself in advance with

the best information possible on this subject; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be requested to report to council on the advisability of the city employing in advance a gas expert in order that the advantage of his services and reports may be available for council, at such time as it may be called upon to consider the question of gas supply and gas price.

Motion by Mr. Krueger to refer to the committee on judiciary was not sustained.

The resolution was adopted.
File No. 45665.
Mr. Kadlecek.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the clirector of public service be requested to report to council why the commissioner of smoke does not enforce the ordinance as to noxious gases, that is being persistently violated by the Corrigan, McKinney & Company.

Adopted.
File No. 45666.
Mr. Dickerson.

Whereas, section 13047 of the Ohio general code forbids barbers working on Sundays and fixes a penalty for the arrest and conviction of any barber working on Sunday; and

Whereas, many of the barbers throughout the city of Cleveland do work on Sunday; and

Whereas, the police of the city of Cleveland are supposed to enforce all laws of the state and city; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public safety be and he is hereby directed to call the attention of the chief of police to section 13047 of the general code of Ohio and see that the provisions of this section are strictly enforced.

Adopted.
File No. 45667.
Mr. Dickerson.

Resolved, that the director of public safety be requested to place a fire alarm box in the vicinity of Almire ave. S. W. and W. 100th st.

Adopted.
File No. 45668.
Mr. Rolf.

Resolved, that the director of public safety be requested to station a traffic officer at E. 138th st. and St. Clair ave.

Adopted.
File No. 45669.
Mr. Sulzmann.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service, be requested to immediately file with the council a list of the contracts entered into for the construction of the public hall, which list shall include the purpose, the person or corporation and the amount for which the contracts were entered into. Adopted.

MOTION Motion by Mr. Sulzmann to reconsider the vote by which resolution file No. 45666 was passed was not sustained.

Yeas 10, nays 15.

Those who voted in the affirmative are: Messrs. Damm Reynolds Sulzmann Faulhaber Scliwartz Thompson Horrigan Sledz

Wagner McGinty

Those who voted in the negative are: Messrs. Becker Krueger Stannard Dittrick Meyers Stolte Fleming Michell Taylor Gahn Rolf

Townes
Kadlecek Smith

Zmunt
Not voting: Mr. Dickerson.
File No. 45 670.
Mr. Krueger.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to establish the grade of E. 106th st. from St. Clair ave. X. E. north to Dupont ave. N. E.

Adopted.
File No. 45671,
Mr. Rolf.

Whereas, the increase in public traffic along Coit rd. N. E. and Eddy rd. N. E. has made the elimination of the existing grade crossing where said roads cross the tracks of the Cleveland, Painesville Eastern railroad and the tracks of the New York Central railroad, desirable; now, therefore, be it

Resolver, by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to prepare the preliminary plans and estimates of the cost of the elimination of the said grade crossings, and advise this council at his earliest opportunity of the proper division of the cost of eliminating said grade crossings, between the two railroad companies involved, the village of Bratenahl, and the city of Cleveland, with the object in view of the enactment of legislation pro. viding for the elimination of such crossings, after the said proportionate costs have been properly estabJished.

Adopted.
File No. 45672.
Mr. McGinty.

Whereas, the dump existing on the lake front north of the court house and city hall is an eye sore and a positive menace to public health; and

Whereas, this dump ought to be abolished at

the earliest possible time; and

Whereas, at the present time clean earth from the site of the public hall is being deposited in places that are destroying base ball diamonds now located in the same tract of land; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the director of public service be requested to take steps to cause the immediate abandonment of the dump on the lake front north of the court house and city hall and that it be suggested to him that it may be possible to use the clean earth now being dumped on adjoining land to cover over the unsightly and dangerous dump that is now exposed to view.

Motion by Mr. Gahn to refer to committee on parks was not SUStained.

Adopted. Yeas 16, nays 9.

Those who voted in the affirmative are: Messrs, Becker McGinty Smith Damm Reynolds Stolte Faulhaber Rolf

Sulzmann Horrigan Schwartz Thompson Kadlecek Sledz

Wagner Meyers

Those who voted in the negative
are: Messrs.
Dittrick Krueger Taylor
Fleming Michell Townes
Gahn

Stannard Zmunt
Not voting: Mr. Dickerson.
File No. 456 73.
Mr. Kadlecek.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place the necessary arc lights on Dalton ave. S. E., between E. 49th st. and E. 52nd

st., to properly light said street.

Adopted.
File No. 45674.
Mr. Thompson.

Whereas, E. 105th st. from Union ave. S. E. to Aetna rd. S. E., is impassable; now, therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to round up and otherwise repair said E. 105th st., from l'nion ave. S. E. to Aetna rd. S. E., before the winter sets in.

Adopted.
File No. 45675.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director of puhlic service be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary additional arc lights on Reno_ave.

S. E., between E. 102nd st. and E. 10 Sth st., to properly light said street.

Adopted
File No. 45676.
Mr. Rolf.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an are light at the intersection of E. 155th st, and Aspinwall rd.

Adopted.
File No. 45677.
Mr. Dickerson.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place an are light at the intersection of 11. 63rd st. and Barberton ave. S. W.

Adopted.
File No. 45678.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby re. quested to place the necessary additional arc lights on Way ave. S. E., between E. 102nd st. and E. 108th st., to properly light said street.

Referred to the committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

File No. 45684.
Mr. Sledz.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve Sheridan ct. S. E. from E. 61st st. to E. 63rd st.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

File No. 45685.
Mr. Sledz.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve E. 63rd st., from Francis ave. S. E. to Waterman ave, S. E.

Read first time.
Referred

to the committee on streets, taxes and assessments.

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SIDEWALKS
File No. 45686.
Mr. Dickerson.

To lay, relay, repair sidewalks on Loretta ave. S. W. (north side), from W. 100th st. to W. 101st pl., at various places. Five feet.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on sidewalks.

File No. 45687.
Mr. Thompson,

To lay, relay, repair sidewalks on Miles ave. S. E. (north side), from E. 139th st. to easterly line of Stanley Heights Subdivision at various places. Six feet.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on sidewalks.

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Adopted.
File No. 456 79.
Mr. Wagner.

Resolved, that the director of public service be requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 71 st st., between Woodland ave. S. E. and Quincy ave. S. E., to properly light said street.

Adopted.
FIRST READING RESOLUTIONS
File No. 45680.
Mr. Becker.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That it is hereby declared to be the intention to re-establish the grade of the curb lines of Clark ave. S. W., from Fulton rd. S. W. to W. 41st st., as established by ordinance No. 2785, passed December 11th, 1905, to the following elevations above the city base of levels;

On top of the curbs at the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and six (106) feet; at a point four hundred and seventy-one (471) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and five and four one hundredths (105.04) feet; at a point five hundred

and thirty-seven (537) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and four and eighty-four one hundredths (104.84) feet; at a point five hundred and sixty-seven (567) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and four and fifty-eight one hundredths (104.58) feet; at a point five hundred and ninety-four (594) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and four and twentyone one hundredths (104.21) feet; at a point six hundred and twenty-one (621) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and three and fifty-nine one hundredths (103.59) feet; at a point six hundred and fifty-one (651) feet West of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and two and sixty-seven one hundredths (102,67) feet; at a point six hundred and seventy-six (676) feet west of the west line of Fulton rd. S. W., each, one hundred and one eighty-five one hundredths (101,85) feet; on the east line of W. 38th st., each, one hundred and one and eighteen one hundredths (101.18) feet; at a point twenty-five (25) feet west of the east line of W, 38th st., each, one hundred and sixty-two one hundredths (100.62) feet; at a point fifty (50) feet west of the east line of Ꮙ .

38th st., each, one hundred and two tenths (100.2) feet; at a point seventy-five (75) feet west of

the east line of W. 38th st., each, ninetynine and ninety-one one hundredths (99.91) feet; at a point one hundred (100) feet west of the east line of W.

38th st., each, ninety-nine and seventy-four one hundredths (99.74) feet; at a point one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet west of the east line of W. 38th st., each, ninetynine and seven tenths (99.7) feet; at a point one hundred and fifty (150) feet west of the east line of W. 38th st., each, ninety-nine and eight tenths (99.8) feet; at a point Sovan hundred and seventyseven (777) feet west of the east line of W. 38th st., each, one hundred and three and Seventy-five one hundrerths (103.75 ) feet: at a point eight hundred and seven (807) feet West of the east line of W. 38th st., each, one hundred and four (104)

feet; on the east line of W. 41st st., each, one hundreci and four and four tenths (104.04) feet; on the center line of W. 41st st., each, one hundred and four and nine tenths (164.9) feet; on the west line of W. 41st st., each, one hundred and five and fifty-six one hundredths (105.56) feet; and be it further

Resolved, that the director of finance be and he is hereby authorized and directed to cause a copy of this resolution to be served upon the owner of each lot or parcol of land affected by said proposed change of grade, or upon the person in whose name the same may be assessed for taxation upon the tax duplicate, giving a time and place for filing the claims with the board of revision of assessments,

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, the committee

on

streets, taxes and assessments, and director of law.

File No. 45681.
Mr. Wagner.

Whereas, the condition of the pavement on E.

75th st.,

between Quincy ave. S. E. and Sherman ave. S. E., is in bad state of repair; and

Whereas, The National Screw & Tack Company is willing to deposit with the city sixteen hundred ($1,600.00) dollars for the purpose of resurfacing said E. 75th st. with asphalt; and further,

Whereas, it has been customary for the city of Cleveland to assume one-half of the cost of resurfacing streets under similar conditions; now, therefore, be it

Resolved, by the council of the city of Cleveland, state Ohio: That it is the sense of this council that in case said deposit be made as herein indicated that one-half of the cost of resurfacing said E. 75th st., between Quincy ave. S. E. and Sherman ave. S, E., should be reimbursed to The National Screw & Tack Company as soon as a fund may be established for the said purpose.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, the committee on streets, finance, director of finance and director of law.

File No. 45682.
Mr. Rolf.

Whereas, the council is satisfied that there is good cause for vacating the portion of Fordham ct. N. E. extending from E. 161 st st. to its easterly end and that it will not be detrimental to the general interest of the public and that such vacation ought to be made. Now, therefore, be it

Resolved. by the council of the city of Cleveland, state Ohio: That it hereby declares its intention to vacate the portion of Fordham ct. N E. extending from E. 161st st. to its easterly end, that the mayor be and he is hereby authorized to serve notice of the adoption of this resolution upon all persons whose property abuts upon the portion of saili allev affected by this vacation,

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, the committee on streets, city property and director of law,

DECLARATORY
File No. 45683.
Br. Stolte.

To grade, drain, curb, pave and improve E. 119th st., from Mayfield rd. S. E. to Colt man rd. S. E.

Read first time.

and

FIRST READING ORDINANCES
Ord. No. 456SS.
By Mr. Dittrick.
An ordinance granting to

the Cleveland Railway Company the right to construct, own and operate a line of electric street railroad with single track on W. 117th st., from Lake Erie to Bellaire rd.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on street railways and director of law.

Ord. No. 45689.
By Mr. Smith.

An ordinance to vacate a portion of Gertrude ct. N. E. hereinafter described.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets, city property, director of law.

Ord. No. 45690.
By Mr. Taylor.

An ordinance to vacate a portion of E. 82nd st. hereinafter described.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets, city property, director of law.

Ord. No. 45691.
By Mr. Thompson.

An ordinance to assess a tax to pay the cost and expense of making delinquent sewer and water connections. (East of river). (G. R. 1314).

Read first time,

Referred to the committee on taxes and assessments, director of finance and director of law.

The council recessed to meet Monday, October 22, 1917, at 6:55 o'clock P. m.

of

REbelline,

Clerk of Council.

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October the Twenty-fourth, Nineteen Hundred and Seventeen

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