Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

C3

as

File No. 5645.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public utilities be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with the Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., lowest and best bidder, for motor drives for two sluice gates for the division of water, in the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) in accordance with its bid received May 31, 1918.

File No. 5646.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public utilities be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into subsidiary agreement modifying contract No. 11122 with the H. W. Jones-Manville Co. for pipe covering for the division of water, and providing for additional pipe covering and increased labor cost, in the sum of nine hundred sixty-seven dollars and eighty-two cents ($967.82).

File No. 5647.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract 11931 with The Kendall Coal Mining Co. for coal for the municipal light plant in the sum of two hundred and seventyfive thousand dollars ($275,000.00) be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 5648.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that contract 11935 with The Baker, Dunbar, Allen Co. for steel smoke breechings for the division of light and heat in the sum of forty-five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars ($45,820.00) be an dthe same is hereby approved.

File No. 5649.
By Director Waite.

Resolved, by the board of control that the director of parks and public property be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into a contract with Mike Nichols & Son, the lowest and best bidders, for the construction of a sewer in Wade Park in accordance with their bid for the same approximately, $950.00, received May 15th, 1918.

File No. 5650.
By Director Waite.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter and the classification adopted by the civil service sommission, the numer, salaries and bonds of positions in the department of parks and public property, division of public buildings, be and the same are hereby fixed as follows:

2 1 Supervising engineman TG 3

Pre, Union Rate (82c per hour) 3 3 Enginemen

TG2

Pre. Union Rate (63c per hour) 4 1 Chief electrician parks and public property

TE 3
Pre. Union Rate (9334c per hour)

Year 5 1 Painter and decorator......TA 1 1,500.00 6 Electricians as nceded .....TE 2

Pre. Union Rate 7 Carpenters as needed...

.TW 1

Pre. Union Rate 8 1 Foreman carpenter

.TW 2

Pre. Union Rate 9 Painters as needed ......TA 1

Pre. Union Rate 10 Piumbers as needed

TP 1 l're. Union Rate

Year 11 1 Head caretaker (male) ....KC 2 960.00 12 Caretakers as needed (male)

..KC 1 780.00 13 1 Head caretaker (female)...KC 2 840.00 14 Caretakers as needed each (female)

.K01 510.00 15 Watchman as needed each. KWI 960.00 16 Elevator operators as needed each

KE I 840.00 17 10 Telephone operators

.....CO 1

720.00 18 1 Chief telephone operator....CO I 789.00 19 1 Storekeeper

KS 1 780 00

Dav 20 Laborers as needed each....U

2.50

Year 21 1 Senior general mechanic....TZ 2 1.560.00

Be it further resolved, that resolution No. 4319, adopted April 6th, 1917, be and the same is hereby rescinded; and

Be it further resolved, that item 2 and 3 of this resolution shall relate back to and be effective from and after January 1st, 1918;

Be it further resolved, that items 4, 6, 7, 8 and 21 shall relate back to and be effective from and after May 1st, 1918.

Bile No. 5651.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter, and the classification adopted by the civil service commission, the numbers, salaries and bonds of positions in the department of public service. division of engineering, be and the same are hereby fixed as follows:

BRIDGES AND DOCKS Item No.

Title

Symbol Salary 1 1 Civil engineer (asst. chief)..OE 3 $3,500.00

Bond, $2,000.00. 2 1 Sr. asst. engineer

.........0E 2 2.160.00 Bond, $1,000.00. 3 St. asst. engrs, as may be required

......OE 2

1.980.00 Bond, $1.000.00. 4 Sr. asst. engrs, as may be required

.OE 2 1,900.00
Bond. $1.000.00.
Gen'l foreman (bridge re-
pair)

TF 2 1.800 00 Bond. $1.000.00. 6 1 Examiner of real estate....17 1 1.800.00

Bond, $1.000.00. 7 1 Harbormaster

KB4 1.800.00 Bond, $1.000.00 S 1 Asst. harly master

KR3 1.2000 9 1 Bookkeer or not to exceed).('B 2 1.500.00 10 1 Jr. bokkeeper

be required

BI 1 840.00 18 Jr. instrumentmen as may be required

.BI 1 780.00 19 Chainmen as may

be required .

.U 720.00 20 Chainmen as may be required.

.U 600.00 21 Draftsmen amay

be required.

.BD 2A 1,200.00 22 Jr. draftsmen as may

be required

BD 1 1.080.00

Month 23 1 Launch operator

.TD 1 110.00

Day 24 1 Foreman ..

TF 1

3.00

Year 25 1 General foreman

.TF 2 1,500.00

Day 26 Insps. pub. works as may be required

IW 1

4.80 27 Sr. insp. buildings as may be required

IB 2

5.00

Year 28 Bridge captains as may be quired.

KB 2 1,020.00 29 Bridge tenders as

may be required.

.KB 1 900.00 30 Electrical bridge operators,

as may be required at
enginemen's prev a ili ng
rate.

. TG 2
31 Teams as may be required
at prevailing rate

...U 32 Trade mechanics as may be

required at prevailing
rate.

Day
Foremen as

may be required

TF 2 4.00 31 Laborers may be required (skilled)

TZ 1 3.75 35 Laborers as may be required (special)

U

2.75 36 Laborers as may be required ..

..U

2.50 37 1 Oiler at prerailing rate..... TG 1 33 Dredging insis.

as may be required

..IW 1 4.25

Month 39 1 Motor drivers

TD 1

35.00

Day 40 Lalrers as

may

be rerequired (special) .......U

3.00 Be it also resolved, that resolution No. 5616, adopted June 17th, 1918, be and the same is hereby rescinded; and

Be it further resolved, that this resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after June 15th, 1918.

File No. 5652.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter, and the classification adopted by the civil service commission, the numbers, salaries and bonds of positions in the department of public service, division of engineering, be and the same are hereby fixed as follows:

SEWAGE DISPOSAL Item No.

Title

Symbol Salary

Day 1 1 Special sanitary engineer..

$ 15.00

Month 21 Sanitary engineer

200.00 3 1 Designing engineer

200.00 4 1 Stenographer

.CS 2

75.00 5 2 Asst. engineers of design..

150.00 1 Asst. engineer of construction.. 150.00 7 1 Asst. engineer

135.00 8 3 Asst. engineers

125.00 9 4 Asst. engineers

115.00 10 1 Assistant chemist

100.00 11 1 Mechanical draftsman

100.00 12 1 Architectural draftsman

100.00 13 Draftsmen as may be required... 100.00 14 Draftsmen as may be required.. 90.00 15 Draftsmen as may be required. 80.00 16 Engineering assts. as may be required

100.00 17 Engineering assts, as may be required ..

CBI 1.200,00 11 1 Ste: ographer (not to (seed)

CS 2 960.00 12 1 Storekeeper

KS 1 960 00 13 St. asst. engre.

as may be
required

OE 2 1.620.00
Asst. engineers as may be
required

OE 1 1,800.00 15

Instrumentmen as may be
required

BI 2 1,440.00
16 Instrumentmen als may be
required

BI 2 1.200.00 17 Jr. instrumentmen as may

90.00 2.50 31 Trade mechanics at prerail

[blocks in formation]

Rate Symbol of Pay

Year KC 3 $1,800.00

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

18 Engineering assts. as may be required.

80.00 19 Engineering assts, as may be required.

70.00 20 1 Special transitman-intercer ting sewer

125.00 21 Rodmen in tunnel as may be required

75.00 22 Chainmen in tunnel as may be required

.U 65.00

Day 23 Laborers as may be required (skilled)

U 3.00 24 Laborers as may be required (Special)

2.75 25 Laborers as may be required..... 2.50

Be it also resolved, that resolution No. 5615, adopted June 17th, 1918, be and the same is hereby rescinded; and

Be it further resolved, that this resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after June 15th, 1918.

Be it resolved, that resolution No. 5484, adopted May 3, 1918, be and the same is hereby rescinded; and

Be it further resolved, that this resolution shall relate back to and be effective from and after June 12, 1918.

F. W. THOMAS,

Secretary.

rejected.

File No. 5658.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with The Bentley Bros. Co., the lowest and best bidder, June 19, 1918, for grading, draining, curbing, paving, repaving and improving Prospect ave. S. E., from E. L. of E. 30th st. to the W. L. of E. 40th st., in accordanme with its bid for same, approximately $79,749.2212. Re-assessment will be required.

F. W. THOMAS,

Secretary.
CIVIL SERVICE NOTICES

Applications and full information covering the following examinations may now be obtained at the office of the civil service commission, 414 City Hall. Applications should be obtained as

as possible, and must be filed by applicant in person at that office not later than 12 o'clock noon of the seventh day preceding the date of the examination.

Unless otherwise specified all examinations will be held at the examination room, second floor old Court House (Public Square).

soon

File No. 5653.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that in accordance with section 189 of the charter and the classification adopted by the civil service commission, the number, salaries and bonds of positions in the department of public service, division of garbade, be and the same are hereby fixed as follows: Item No.

Title

Syınbol Salary 11 General foreman (garbage collection)

.TF 2 $2,000.00 Bond, $2,000.00. 2 1 Foreman and veterinary ....TF 1 1,620.00 3 2 Clerks.

.CC 2

3.75 1 Foremen as may

be

requored

TF I 3.75 5 Collectors as may

be needed.

TF 1 3.25 6 Assistant collectors as may be needed

.U

3.00 7 Assistant collectors as may be needed

.U

2.75 8 Laborers as may be needed..U

2.50 9 2 Harness mayers

TZ 1 3.25 10 Horse shoers as may

be needed.

..TM 1 4.50 11 Barnmen as may be needed.TZI 3.25 12 Skilled laborers as may be needed

TZ 1

4.25 13 Skilled laborers as may be needed

TZ 1 3.50 14 Skilled laborers as may be needed

TZ 1 3.25 15 Trade mechanics at prevail.

ing rate of pay. 16 1 Watchman

.KW1 1,080.00 17 1 Engineer (garbage reduction).

...OE 3 2,400.00 Bond, $2,000.00 18 1 Bookkeeper

...CB2 1,320.00 Bond, $1,000.00. 19 1 Clerk.

..CC 2 1.020.00 20 1 Laboratory assistant .....BB 1 100.00 21 1 General foreman (garbage reduction)

TF 2 1.620.00 22 2 Foreinen

TF 1 3. 20 23 Skilled laborers as may be needed

TZ 1 4.00 24 Skilled laborers as may be needed

.TZ 1 3.80 25 Skilled laborers as may be needed

.TZ 1 3.60 Skilled laborers as may be needed

..TZ 1 3.40 27 Skilled laborers as may be needed

.TZ 1 3. 20 28 Skilled laborers as may be needed

TZ 1 3.00 29 Skilled laborers as may be needed.

.TZ 1 2.80 30 Laborers as may be needed..U

ing rates of pay. 32 Teams as may be needed at

prevailing rate of pay....GU Stokers as may be needed.. TG 1 3.76

The regular meeting of the board of control was called together at 10:00 a. m. Monday, July 1, 1918.

Present: Mayor Davis and Directors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty, Neal, Farrell and Waite.

Absent: None.

The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented and on motion of the president the following resolutions were adopted:

File No. 5654.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public utilities be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with The Acme Fence & Iron Co., lowest and best bidder, for steel gratings and sidewalks for the deck of the cold storage structure for the extension to the municipal power plant, in the sum of four thousand seven hundred dollars ($4,700.00) in accordance with its bid received June 28, 1918.

File No. 5655.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public utilities be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into contract with Grodin Brothers, lowest and best bidder, for pig lead for the division of water, in the sum of twelve thousand six hundred and thirty dollars ($12,630.00) in accordance with its bid received June 27, 1918.

File No. 5656.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 927, with Sprague & Burkhardt, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11823, in the sum of $486.95, covering the construction of a sewer in Hamilton ave. N. E., between E. 3rd st. and E. 4th st., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 5657.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, that all bids received May 15, 1918, for the grading, draining, curbing, paving, repaving and improving Rugby rd. N. E., from E. 134th st. to Rodman ct. N. E., be and the same are hereby

BOOKKEEPING CB-2 Civil service examination will be held in accordance with the rules and the law of the civil service commission, of the city of Cleveland, for eligibles for promotion to the position of bookkeeper CB-2, in the service of the city and board of education, commencing at 9:00 a. m., Tuesday, July 2nd, 1918, at the examination room, second floor, old court house, public square.

This examination is restricted to civil service employes holding positions of junior bookkeeper CB-1, legal. and temporaryr appointees holding positions of bookkeeper CB-2.

Salary, $1,320.00 per annum.

This examination will includes the following:

1. Writing
2. Spelling
3. Arithmetic.
4, Bookkeeping

5. Training and Experience--tending to qualify the applicant to perform the duties of the position, verified to the satisfaction of the commission will be considered and given weight in this examination.

6. Seniority and record.

FIREMEN, DIVISION OF FIRE, DE

PARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Civil service examination will be held in accordance with the rules and the law of the civil service commission, commencing at 9:00 a. m. Wednesday, July 17th, 1918, for positions of firemen in the division of fire, department of public safety, at a place to be later designated.

Each applicant will be required to undergo a physical examination, to be conducted by the medical officer of the division of fire, at the Orange ave. municipal bath house, 1611 Orange ave., at a time to be later announced by mail to each applicant.

Applicants rejected in the physical examination, will be disqualified.

Applicants must be not less than 5 feet 7 inches in height, must weigh not less than 140 pounds, must be not less than 19 nor more than 28 years of age, and must have resided in the city of Cleveland for commissioner of purchases and supplies previous to 12 o'clock noon, standard time, on the above day specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

July 3, 10, 1918.

[blocks in formation]

the chief architect, room 604 city hall, upon the deposit of five dollars ($5.00). This deposit will be redeemed upon the return of the drawings and specifications in good condition,

No proposal will be entertained unless made blanks furnished by the chief architect and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies previous to 12 o'clock noon on the day specified,

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

July 3, 10, 1918.

BOARD OF REVISION OF

ASSESSMENTS

12

NOTICE OF CHANGES IN THE STAND

ARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PERSONAL SERVICE. ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, ON JUNE 14TH, 1918.

*Resolution of the civil service comms-i sion on changes in the standard specifications for personal services, affecting the positions of nurse ON-1, of the nurse group.

The commission states that the change involved is to adopt a new salary range scale, as follows:

NURSE

GRADE 1-(ON--1) DUTIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:

(See standard specifications). COMPENSATION:

The following are the standard salary rates, together with the term of services required at each rate, before advancement to the next: $720.00..

1 year 780.00. 840.00.

1 year 900.00.

.1 year 960.00. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION,

Louis Simon, Secretary.

PAVING Sealed proposals will be received at the oflice of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until o'clock m., July 17, 1918, and will be opene din the council chamber, city hall, immediately thereafter, for the grading, draining, curbing, repaving and improving the following named thoroughfares, between the points named:

Lakeside ave. N E., from W. L. of W. 3rd st. to W. L. of W. 6th st.

Lakeside ave. N E.. from W. L. of W. 6th st. to E. L. of W. 9th st.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications, which may be seen at the office of the commissioner of engineering, room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the commissioner of engineering and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, previous to 12 o'clock m.. standard time,

on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

July 3, 10, 1918.

Thursday, June 27, 1918. At this meeting the board disposed of the following improvements:

Lamont ave., from E. 93rd st. to 180 feet easterly; re-surface. Approved.

W. 47th st., from Clark ave. to Oakley ave. ; sewer. Approved.

St. Clair ave., froin E 88th st. to E. 93rd st.; sewer. Approved.

Lowell ave. N. E., from E, 96th st. to E. 99th st.; sewer. Approved.

Greenwich ave. S. E., from E. 109th st. to E. 114th st.; sewer. Approved.

Dove ave. S. E., from E. 109th st. t. E. 116th st.; sewer, Approved.

Yorick ave. N. E., from Ivanhoe rd. to 850 feet easterly, sewer. Approved

Waldo rd. N. E., from St. Clair ave. to Yorick ave. N. E.; sewer. Approve.l.

Adelbert ave., from Euclid ave. to N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R.; sewer. Approved.

At its next meeting the board will dispose of the following improvements:

E. 139th st., from Kinsman rd. to Luke rd.; sewer.

Avon ave. S. E., from L. 109th st. to E. 116th st.; sewer.

Ferris ave. S. E., from E. 123rd st. to E. 131st st.; sewer.

Miles ave. S. E., from old city liinits to new city limits; sewer.

E. 97th st., from Aleech ave. to Nelson ave., sewer.

Lambert ave. S. E., from E. 131st st. to 100 feet west of E. 138th st.; sewer.

E. 36th st., from Croton ave. to 265 feet southerly; sewer.

Fidelity ave. S. W., from W. 101st pl. to West blvd.; sewer.

E. 105th st., from Kinsman rd. to Park Heights; sewer.

Nelson ave. S. E. from E. 99th st. to E. 112th st.; sewer.

L. C. CUKR, Acting Secretary.

.1 year

PROPOSALS Division of Purchases and Supplies

Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 o'clock m., July 17, 1918, and will be opened in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter, for the repaving over sewer trench on the following named thoroughfares, between the points named:

Mapledale ave. S. W., from W. 35th st. to W. 36th st.

W. 36th st., from Mapledale ave. S. W. to Archwood ave. S. W.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the plans and specifications, which may be seen at the office of the commissioner of engineering, room 618 city hall.

No proposal will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the commissioner of engineering and delivered at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, previous to 12 o'clock m., standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

July 3, 10, 1918.

PAVING, GRADING AND DRAINING

HAMILTON AVE. AT THE

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 o'clock noon, central standard time, July 11th, 1918, for paving. grading and draining Hamilton ave., at the Pennsylvania railroad, and will be opened and read in room 305, city hall, immediately thereafter.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the bridge engineer, room 618, city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on the blanks furnished by the bridge engineer and delivered to the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, previous to 12 o'clock noon, standard time, on the day above specified.

The city reserves the right to reject any or all biis

June 26, July 3, 1918.

INFORMATION AND

COMPLAINTS

Complaints, inquiries or suggestions regarding the work of municipal departments should be made in writing or by telephone to the officials directly in charge or to clerk of council, 316 City Hall. A directory of city officials appears on the inside cover page.

COPY OF PROPOSAL FOR TUNNEL TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, WAR

RENSVILLE, 0. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219 city hall, until 12 o'clock noon, July 17th, 1918, and will be opened and read mimdeiately thereafter in room 303 city hall, for the construction of a concrete tunnel at Warrensville, 0.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the drawings and specifications, copies of which may be obtained at the office of

WOOD BLOCK FLOOR FOR ABBEY

VIADUCT Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the commissioner of purchases and supplies, room 219, city hall, until 12 o'clock noon, central standard time, July 18th, 1918, for a wood block floor for Abbey viaduct, and will be opened and read immeadiately thereafter in room 305, city hall.

Each bid must be made in accordance with the specifications which may be obtained by applying to the bridge engineer, 618 city hall.

No proposals will be entertained unless made on blanks furnished by the bridge engineer and delivered to the office of the

Friday, July 5–

Meeting of the board of control,

room 305, City Hall, 10 a. m. Monday, July 8

Meeting of the board of control, 10 a. m.

33.

[ocr errors]

CITY COUNCIL

MONDAY, JULY 1, 1918

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

in

CITY COUNCIL

COMMUNICATIONS

they can compete in open market for File No. 47491.

both labor and supplies and retain CITY OF CLEVELAND

services of the many OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

competent Office of the Mayor

men and women who are in its

July 1, 1918. employ.
Cleveland, O., July 1, 1918. To the Council

I, therefore, have the honor to
The council met pursuant to re- of the City of Cleveland,

recommend that, in view of the facts
cess, the president, Harry C. Gahn, City.

above presented, council take the
in the chair.
Gentlemen:

necessary steps without delay to
Present: Messrs.

I am transmitting for your con

have this question submitted to the Becker Fleming Reynolds sideration an ordinance providing

people of Cleveland at the next gen-
Braschwitz Gahn

Rolf
for submission to the people for ap-

eral election in November, 1918.
Carroll Gallagher Soika
proval or rejection at the next gen-

Very truly yours,
Caldwell Hinchliffe Stannard eral election a deficiency bond issue

HARRY L. DAVIS,
Damm Kadlecek Sulzmann in the sum of $2,500,000.00.

Mayor.
Dembowski Meyers Thompson This action is made necessary be-

Received and referred to the com-
Dittrick Michell Townes
cause of the steady increase in cost

mittee on appropriations and
Faulhaber McGinty Zmunt
of local government and the abnor-

finance.
Finkle
mal industrial conditions which

File No. 47492.
The council adjourned to meet have prevailed throughout the coun-

June 26, 1918.
Monday, July 1, 1918, at 7:00 o'clock try since the inauguration of the

To the Honorable Council
p. m.
War. Circumstances affecting the

of the City of Cleveland.
employment of men have so com-

Gentlemen: pletely changed during the past few

Under the terms of section 10, oryears that the city is unable, with dinance No. 31783-A, I wish to reits present income, to meet the cost port a purchase amounting to more of labor and materials required for

than $1,000.00.
public necessity.

Requisition No. 105-224 was is-
At my

request the director of sued by the city infirmary and called

finance has prepared a statement for one car load of oats. After re-
Clerk of Council. showing the cost of labor and ma- ceipt of informal bids which are on

terials in the year 1915 as compared file in the division of purchases and
with similar commodities in the supplies, an order was placed with
year 1918,

This investigation shows the Shepard Clark & Company, the
that the increase in wages in 1918 lowest and best bidders at the price

This
over 1915 is 20% while increase in of 83120 per bushel delivered.
CITY COUNCIL
the cost of supplies during 1918 over

car contained 2,500 bushels of oats
1915 is 29%. Notwithstanding these which at the price quoted will bring
increases
in

the
cost of operation the

of

amount
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

this purchase to
income of the city for the year 1918 $2,087.50.
will be 1% less than during the year Due to inability to make formal
1915.

contracts it is necessary for this
Cleveland, O., July 1, 1918.

I realize that the many demands division to make such purchases in
The regular meeting of the council

now being
was called to order, the president,

made for increase

an informal manner.

Very truly yours,
Harry C. Gahn, in the chair.

wages of the city employees, includ-
Present:
ing members of the police and fire

EDWARD SHATTUCK,
Messrs.
Becker

Commissioner.
are entirely justified

departments,
Fleming Reynolds
Braschwitz Gahn

in view of the present high cost of Received and referred to the com

Rolf
Caldwell

mittee on finance.
living and it has given me consid-
Gallagher Soika
Carroll

File No. 47493.
erable concern as to how devise a
Hinchliffe Stannard

CLEVELAND AMERICANIZATION
Damm

method whereby sufficient revenue
Kadlecek Sulzmann
Dembowski Meyers
could be secured to make these in-

COMMITTEE
Thompson

June 28, 1918.
Faulhaber Michell

creases possible.

Townes
Finkle

Under the present cost of city op- City Clerk,
McGinty Zmunt

erations all of the available revenue Cleveland, O.
Absent: Messrs. Dittrick, Krueger.

Dear Sir:
Also present were:
which the city receives from various

to

The committee requested' me
W. S. FitzGerald, Director of Law.

sources will be practically exhaust-
Alex Bernstein, Director of Public

ed by the middle of September and day to send a personal invitation to
Service.

steps must be taken at once looking each member of the city council to
Lamar T. Beman, Director of Pub-
toward financial relief.

march in the Loyalty Parade on
lic Welfare.

I have heretofore refrained from July Fourth,
Thomas

To enable me to get these out by
S. Farrell, Director

recommending a deficiency bond is

of Public Utilities.

sue in the hope that the state legis- Saturday will you kindly have the Clarence J.

list of names with the addresses of Neal,

lature would enact Director

some law afof

by

of

one
members sent

council
Finance.
fording financial relief to all of the

messengers to
your

322 Hickox
cities in this state confronting the
Floyd E. Waite, Director of Parks
and Public Property.
same problem as Cleveland. I have building, or to save your time, you

can deliver same to Miss Bacon,
used my utmost endeavors with the
Fielder Sanders, Street Railroad
Commissioner.

governor to have the legislature secretary of the Cleveland Ameri-
Absent:

meet in special session and consider canization Committee.
H, L. Davis, Mayor.
this matter but without success.

Will you kindly have this invita-
A. B. Sprosty, Director of Public

Cleveland has outstanding, at this tion read to the council members at
Safety.

time, short time certificates of in- their regular meeting on next Mon-
debtedness issued under authority day evening.
of state law in the sum of $2,400,-

Note, that after marching, they
will

the be

to review 000.00 By public approval these

requested MOTION

short term certificates may be ab- parade with the mayor and other On motion of Mr. Meyers, the read

officials sorbed as deficiency bonds thereby

at the official reviewing ing of the minutes of the last meet

stand. ing was dispensed

transferring the present six months with and the

obligations into journal was approved,

a bond and thus If you have any suggestions that giving the city the power to issue

will aid me in presenting this mat additional certificates as necessity

ter to the council members, please
may require.

call me at Main 1.
MOTIONS
The immediate future does not

Yours very truly,
File No. 47490.

M, A. VINSON,
By Mr. Gahn.

promise any prospect for reduction
in the price of labor or the price of

Executive Secretary Loyalty
That the absence of Mr. E. H. materials and if the city of Cleve-

Parade
Krueger from the meeting of June land is to carry on its activities and Received and invitation accepted.
24th, 1918, be authorized and ex- perform those functions of govern-
cused.
ment which are absolutely neces-

AGREEMENT
Carried.

sary its officials must be furnished File No. 47494.
with sufficient finances in order that Between The New York, Chicago

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

Yeas 23, nays 0.

a

a

a

& St. Louis Railroad Company and sewer in St. Tichon st. S. W., be- of street trees in the city of Clevethe city of Cleveland, to construct, tween Stark weather ave. S. W. and land, Ohio. operate and maintain a No. 6 sewer Clyde ave. S. W.

Read third time. Passed. under said railroad company's Amount for local sewerage.$3,100.00 Yeas 24, nays 0. tracks. Amount for city's portion.. 1,150.00

Ord. No. 47381. Bearing the approval of the di- Received.

An ordinance to accept the dedirector of law,

File No. 47507.

cation of E. 136th st., from Kuhlman Approved. Yeas 24, nays 0.

No. 2932- For constructing a ave. N. E. to Eaglesmere ave. N. E.

sewer in W. 7th st., between point Read third time. Passed.
PETITIONS
350 feet south of Severn ave. S. W.

Yeas 24, nays 0.
File No. 47495.

and point 130 feet north of Clyde Ord. No. 47383. To delay action of paving alley ave. S W.

An ordinance to accept the dediknown as Maxim ave, during period Amount for local sewerage. $3,350.00 cation of Crestline ave. S. W., from of war.

Amount for city's portion.. 1,183.00 Valley. rd. S. W. to a point 80 feet Received and referred to director Received.

east of W, 16th st. of public service and committee on File No. 47508.

Read third time. Passed. streets.

No. 2933--For constructing a

Yeas 24, nays 0. File No. 47496.

sewer in St. Olga st, S. W., between Ord. No. 47418. Petition of property owners to Stark weather ave. S. W. and Clyde An ordinance determining to provacate a portion of E. 33rd st., from ave. S. W.

ceed with the improvement and to the right of way of the Erie R. R. Amount for local sewerage. $2,900.00 levy and assess a special tax to pay Co to a point 229.46 feet southerly. Amount for city's portion.. 815.00 the cost and expense of constructing Referred to the director of public Received.

a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary service and committee on streets.

File No. 47509.

appurtenances in Clermont ave. N. No. 2934-For constructing

E., from Larchmont rd. N. E, to REPORTS

sewer in Clyde ave. S. W., between Larchmont rd. N. E., as per estiFile No. 47497. St. Olga st. S. W. and W. 7th st.

mated assessment No. 2942. (G. R. Of notices served on property Amount for local sewerage.$1,925.00 10486). owners of the adoption of a resolu- Amount for city's portion.. 715.00 Read third time. Passed. tion to construct a sewer together Received.

Yeas 24, nays 0. with the appurtenances in Yorick File No. 47510.

Ord. No. 47419. ave. N. E., from Ivanhoe rd. N E.

No. 2935-For constructing

An ordinance determining to proto 850 feet easterly. sewer in Severn ave. S. W., between

ceed with the improvement and to Received.

W. 7th st, and point 560 feet west- levy and assess a special tax to pay File No. 47498. erly.

the cost and expense of constructing Of notices served on property Amount for local sewerage. $2,175.00 a brick and pipe sewer with necesowners of the adoption of a resolu- Amount for city's portion.. 766.00 sary appurtenances in Waterloo rd. tion to construct a sewer together Received.

N. E., from E. 167th st. to Nottingwith the appurtenances in Adelbert

File No. 47511.

ham rd. N. E., as per estimated asrd. S. E., from Euclid ave. to N. Y.,

No. 2936-For constructing

sessment No. 2941. (G. R. 10484). C. & St. L. R. R.

sewer in Clarence Ave. S. W., be- Read third time. Passed. Received. tween W. 9th st. and easterly end.

Yeas 24, nays 0. File No. 47499.

Amount for local sewerage. $4,850.00 Ord. No. 47420. Of notices served

on property

Amount for city's portion.. 5,268.00 An ordinance to assess an addiowners of the adoption of a resolu

Received.

tional tax to pay the cost and extion to construct a sewer together with the appurtenances in Dove ave.

pense of grading, draining, curbing, ESTIMATED ASSESSMENTS

piving with brick on concrete and S. E., from E. 109th

to E.

File No. 47512. 116th st.

improving W. 48th st., from Clark

July 1, 1918. ave. S. W. to angle 535 feet northReceived. To the Honorable Council

erly. (G. R. 9648). File No. 47500.

Read third time. of the City of Cleveland: Of

served
notices

Passed.
property
on

The undersigned, board of revision Yeas 24, navs 0. owners of the adoption of a resolu

of assessments, having met at the Ord. No. 47426. tion to construct a sewer together

Waldo with the appurtenances in

time and place designated in the An ordinance to accept the dedi

notices served for the following im- cation of E. 139th st., from Miles rd. N. E., from St. Clair ave. N. E. to Yorick ave. N. E.

provement, after careful considera- ave. S. E. to Harvard ave. S. E.

tion approved the estimated assess- Read third time. Received.

Passed. File No. 47501.

ments as they now stand, and the Yeas 24, nays 0.
notices
OL

improvements being deemed a neces- Ord. No. 47427.
property
served

sity recommended that the necessary An ordinance to accept the dediowners of the adoption of a resolution to construct a sewer together

legislation to proceed and assess a cation of Revere ave. S. E., from a tax therefore be enacted.

point 130 feet W. of E. 123rd st. to with the appurtenances in W. 47th st., from Clark ave. S. W. to Oakley

Lamont ave. N. E., from E. 93rd E. 130th st.

st. to 180 feet easterly; re-surface. Read third time. Passed.
ave. S. W.
G. R. 10492.

Yeas 24, nays 0.
Received.
File No. 47502.

Dove. ave., from E. 109th st. to E. Ord. No. 47428.

116th st.; sewer. G. R. 10494. Of

An ordinance to accept the dedinotices

property served on

Greenwich

ave. S. E., from E. cation of E. 123rd st., from a point owners of the adoption of a resolu

109th st. to E. 114th st.; sewer. G. 120 feet S. of Dove ave. S. E. to s. L. tion to construct a sewer together R. 10496.

of R. of W. of C. A. & M. V. R. R.; with the appurtenances in St. Clair

Euclid ave. N E., from E. 88th st. to E.

Adelbert rd. S. E., from

also E. 123rd st., from N. L. of R. 93rd st.

ave. to N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R.; of W. of C. A. & M. R. R. to Corlett

sewer. Received.

G. R. 10498.

ave. S. E. File No. 47503.

St. Clair ave. N. E., from E. 88th Read third time. Passed.

st. to E. 93rd st.; sewer. G. R. 10500. Yeas 24, nays 0. Of notices served

on property

W. 47th st., from Clark ave. to owners of the adoption of a resolu

Ord. No. 47429. tion to construct a sewer together Oakley ave.; sewer. G. R. 10502.

An ordinance to accept the dediwith the appurtenances in Lowell

Lowell ave. N. E., from E. 96th st. cation of E. 124th st., from Gay ave.

to E. 99th st.: sewer. ave. N E., from E. 96th st. to E.

G. R. 10504.

S. E. to Corlett ave. S. E. 99th st.

Yorick rd. N. E., from Ivanhoe rd.

Read third time. Passed. Received. to 850 feet easterly. G. R. 10506,

Yeas 24, nays 0. File No. 47504,

Waldo rd. N. E., from St. Clair Ord. No. 47430. Of notices served

ave. to Yorick ave.; sewer. property

G. R. on

An ordinance to accept the dedi10508. owners of the adoption of a resolu

cation of E. 127th st., from a point tion to construct a sewer together

HARRY L. DAVIS,

120 feet S. of Dove, ave. S. E. to S. with the appurtenances in Green

Mayor.

L. of R. of W. of C. A. & M. V. R. R. wich ave. s. E., from E. 109th st. to

W. S. FITZGERALD, E. 114th st.

Director of Law.

Co.; also E. 127th st., from N. L. of

R. of W. of C. A. & M. V. R. R. Co. Received.

C. J. NEAL,
Director of Finance.

to Corlett ave. S. E.

Read third time, Passed.
ASSESSMENT REPORTS

ALEX BERNSTEIN,

Yeas 24, nays 0. File No. 47505.

Director of Public Service. No.

Ord. No. 47431. 2930--For constructing

HARRY C. GAHN,

a sewer in W. 11th st., between Castle

President of Council,

An ordinance to accept the dedi

cation of E. 130th st., from Aulcash ave. S. W. and Branch ave. S. W.

Received.

ave. S. E. to Corlett ave. S. E. Amount for local sewerage.$5,275.00

Read third time. Passed. Amount for city's portion..

THIRD READING ORDINANCES
635.00

Yeas 24, navs 0.
Received.
Ord. No. 47071.

Ord. No. 47432.
File No. 47506.

An ordinance providing for the An ordinance to accept the dediNo. 2931-For constructing a management, protection and control cation of Aulcash ave. "S. E., from

on

« AnteriorContinuar »