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E. 130th st. to E. 131st st.

Read third time. Passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 47433.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of Dove ave. S. E., from a point 130 feet W. of E. 123rd st. to E. 131st st.

Read third time. Passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 47434.

An ordinance to accept the dedicaticn of Klonowski ave. S. E., from a point 141 feet west of E. 75th st. to E. 76th st.

Read third time. Passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 47435.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of E. 75th st., from Aetna rd. S. E to Klonowski ave. S. E.

Read third time. Passed.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
EMERGENCY ORDINANCES

PASSED
Ord. No. 47353,

An ordinance to transfer grade crossing funds, ( $5,913.37) from abolishment of grade crossing at the intersection Detroit ave. and the New York, Chicago and St. Louis railroad to the abolishment of grade crossings at the intersection of E. 105th st. and the New York Central railroad.

Passage recommended by the director of public service, committee on steam railways and grade crossings, appropriations, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 47397.

An ordinance to increase the appropriation for supplies--division of infirmary, department of public welfare, in the sum of forty thousand ($40.000.00) dollars.

Passage recommended by the director of public welfare, committee on charities and corrections, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Ord. No. 47401.

An ordinance to issue bonds in the sum of fifty thousand ($50,000.00) dollars for the purpose of erecting infirmaries, and extending, enlarging, improving, repairing equipping, furnishing and securing the more complete enjoyment of the same.

Passage recommended by the director of public welfare, commtitee on charities and corrections, appropriations, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
The rules were suspended.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Read third time.
Passed as an emergency measure.
Yeas 24, navs 0.
Ord. No. 47454.

An ordinance to appropriate an easement and perpetual right of way through, under and across certain property for the construction, operation and maintenance of а. storm water sewer to relieve the sewer in Lakeview rd. N. E.

Passage recommended by the director of public service, committee on streets, sewers and sidewalks and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Read second time.
Passed as an emergency measure,
Yeas 24, nays 0.

ceed $360,000.00 for the purpose of erecting, enlarging and extending the municipal electric light and power system of the division of light and heat, department of public utilities, and for the purchase of materials and the necessary lands therefor.

Passage recommended by the director of public utilities.

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on public utilities, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Ord. No. 47514.
By Mr. Gahn.
An ordinance to authorize

the commissioner of purchases and supplies to purchase certain lands for the extension of Carnegie ave. S. E. (For an amount not to exceed $8,100.00).

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets, city property, finance, director of inance and director of law, as an emergency measure.

Ord. No., 47515.
By Mr. Gahn.
An ordinance

to authorize the commissioner of purchases and supplies to purchase certain lands for the extension of Carnegie ave. S. E. (For amount

not

to exceed $11,500.00).

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public service, committee on streets, city property, finance, director of finance and director of law, as an merg ency measure.

Ord. No. 47516.
By Mr. Finkle.

An ordinance to authorize the director of public welfare to expend a sum not to exceed sixteen hundred and twenty dollars ( $1,620.00) for leasing the south half of a double brick house known as No. 2511 E. 35th st., to be used as a dispensary under the division of health, department of public welfare.

Read first time.

Referred to the director of public welfare, committee on health anii sanitation, finance, director of finance and director of law, as

an emergency measure.

an

pense of grading, draining, curbing, repaving with brick on concrete and improving Hough ave. N. E., from E. 55th st. to E. L. of E. 66th st. (G. R. 10042).

Passage recommended by the committee on taxes and assessments and the director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 47489.
By Mr. Soika.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary appurtenances in E. 140th st., from Luke rd. S. E. to Abell ave. S. E. Passage recommended by

the committee on taxes and assessments and the director of law.

Read second time.
THIRD READING RESOLUTION

SIDEWALKS
File No. 47517.
Mr. Soika.

Resolved, that the sidewalks on the following streets and between the points named, be laid, with he material and to the width hereinafter mentioned, as recommended by the committee on sidewalks:

Mr. Soika--(File No. 47167)--That the sidewalks on Honevdale ave. S. E., between E. 116th st. and E. 120th st., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to

the

established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 2 12 inches thick.

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47215)-That the sidewalks on E. 140th st., north, between Kinsman rd, and city limits, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

Mr. Rolf-(File No. 47317) ---That the sidewalks on E. 160th st., between Waterloo rd. N. E. and north end of street, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said sione in 110 place to be less than 2 12 inches thick.

Mr. Braschwitz-(File Vo. 47318) -That the sidewalks on West blvd. S. W., between Lorain ave. and Loretta ave. S. W., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

Mr. Townes--(File No. 47319)-That the sidewalks on Riverside ave. at northeast corner Fulton rol., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk

the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 24 inches thick,

Mr. Soika--(File No. 47320)-That the sidewalks on Rexford ave. (north side), between E. 118th st. and E. 120th st., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47369)—That the sidewalks on Parkview ave. S. E., between East blvd. S. E. and E. 111th st., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of four feet to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 213 inches thick.

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47370)---That the sidewalks on various streets be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 2 142 inches thick:

On Parkview ave. (north side). from E. 123rd st. to a point 300

to

SECOND READING ORDINANCES

Ord. No. 47379.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of E. 123rd st., from Harvard ave. S. E. to a point 120 feet south of Dove ave. S. E.

Passage recommended by the director of public service, committee on streets and director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 47484.

An ordinance to accept the dedication of Rexford ave. S. E., from E. 118th st. to the west line of the R. Weiss allotment.

Passage recommended by the director of public service. committee on streets and director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 47487.
By Mr. Rolf.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a brick masonry concrete steel, segmental block, and vitrified pipe sewer with necessary appurtenances in Larchmont rd. N. E.. from St. Clair ave. N. E. to Clermont ave. N. E, as per estimated assessment No. 2944. (G. R. 10490).

Passage recommended by the committee on taxes and assessments and the director of law.

Read second time.
Ord. No. 47488.
By Mr. Meyers.

An ordinance to assess an additional tax to pay the cost and ex

FIRST READING EMERGENCY

ORDINANCES Ord. No. 47513. By Mr. Townes. An ordinance to expend not to ex

feet west.

On E. 84th st., between Linwood ave, and Hough ave.

Mr. Dittrick-(File No. 47371) That the sidewalks on W. 116th st., between Detroit ave. N. W. and Clifton blvd. N. W., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 219 inches thick.

Mr. Braschwitz-(File No. 47372) -That the sidewalks on Almira ave. S. W. (north side), between W. 88th st. and W. 94th st., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of five feet to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick,

Mr. Soika-(File No, 47373)-That the sidewalks on Franklin ave. (north side) lot No. 60, being 30 feet east of house No. 2326, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

Mr. Dembowski-(File No. 47415) -That the sidewalks on Bessemer ave. (south side), between E. 65th st. ea sterly and Standard Car Wheel Co., be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present Walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 242 inches thick,

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47416)- That the sidewalks on various streets and places be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full with of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 214 inches thick:

On Scranton rd. (east side), between Fairfield ave, and house No. 2297. On

49th st. (west side), at house No. 3490.

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47482) --That the sidewalks Governor ave. (south side), next lot west of house No. 11217, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

Mr. Soika-(File No. 47483)-That the sidewalks on E. 65th st. (east side), at house No. 2651, be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade, said stone in no place to be less than 212 inches thick.

And that the mayor be directed to cause legal notice to be served upon the owners of property abutting on said sidewalks, or their agent or agents, of the adoption of this resolution and if said sidewalks within fifteen days from the service of said notice are not constructed a

tax will be levied to pay for the same and the director of public service is directed to have the same done at the expense of said property owners.

Adoption recommended by the committee on sewers and sidewalks,

Read second time.
The rules were suspended.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Read third time.
Adopted.
Yeas 24, nays 0.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That steps be taken by this body looking toward enactment of a law that will forbid rent profiteering, and that the director of law is hereby directed and instructed to draw up an ordinance creating a board to hear controversies between landlord and tenant, as to what was reasonable rent with the right of appeal to the city court and a jury trial.

Adoption recommended by the committee on judiciary. The director of law reports as follows:

July 1, 1918.
John Sulzmann, Councilman,

City.
Dear Mr. Councilman:

Referring to recent conversation relative to your resolution No. 47410 in regard to rent profiteering, I beg to advise you that in my judgment there is no authority vested in the city whereby disputes between landlord and tenant could be legally determined.

Such power might be vested in public officials if authorized by congressional action as a war measure. However, as previously suggested to you, there would be no illegality connected with the creation of a local board or commission to hear controversies with respect to charges for rent but any finding made by such a tribunal would have to depend for enforcement upon the pressure of public sentiment rather than on any power which the city might possess.

Very truly yours,
W. S. FITZGERALD,

Director of Law.
Adopted.

of Cleveland be and it is hereby authorized and instructed to invest the said sum of seven thousand dollars ($7,000.00) in War Savings Stamps.

The rules were suspended.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
Adopted.
Yeas 24, nays 0.
File No. 47523.
Mr. Gahn.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the committee on public utilities investigate and report:

1: What underground work The Cleveland Telephone Company is now doing or is contemplating doing in the city of Cleveland.

2: What permits have been granted said company or are pending for underground work or the use of the city's streets and highways.

3: Under what franchise or franchises, if any, said company is operating or doing business in the city of Cleveland.

Said investigation to be made in so far as practicable in conjunction with the director of law and the director of public service.

Adopted
File No. 475 24.
Mr. Thompson,

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to have the city engineer make a profile of the grade to be established of E. 141st st., between Miles ave. and Harvard ave.

Adopted.
File No. 47525.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to have the city enginer make a profile of the grade to be established of E. 143rd st.. between Miles ave, and Harvard ave.

Adopted.
File No. 47526.
Mr. Thomson.

Resolved, that the director of public service be and he is hereby requested to have the city engineer make a profile of the grade to be established of E. 142nd st., between Miles ave. and Harvard ave. Adopted. EMERGENCY RESOLUTION

ADOPTED
File No. 47417.
By Mr. Stannard.

Emergency resolution declaring the necessity to appropriate property for park and boulevard purposes.

Whereas, on or about March 6, 1895, the city of Cleveland entered into possession of certain property theretofore belonging to Jesse Nichols, under and by virtue of condemnation proceedings instituted in the probate court of Cuyahoga county, on or about August 17, 1894, pursuant to action of the board of park commissioners, created, organized and acting under a statute of the state of Ohio enacted April 5, 1833; and

Whereas, protracted litigation has followed the matter of such acquisition of said property, resulting in a decision by the United States circuit court of appeals, on the 8th day of January, 1918, declaring said condemnation proceedings to be null and void, and decreeing the title to said premises to be in Viola M. Nichols, as grantee from said Jesse Nichols; and

Whereas, the said property has, since 1895, been improved by the city of Cleveland and made a part of its public park and boulevard system, and is now being used as such; and

Whereas, this resolution constitutes an emergency in that it pro

NEW RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
File No. 47518.
Mr. Rolf,
Resolved, that the

director of public service be and he is hereby requested to repair the pavement on Earlwood rd. N. E., north of St. Clair ave.

Adopted.
File No. 47519.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director of parks and public property be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 143rd st., between Miles ave. and

Harvard ave., to properly light said street,

Adopted.
File No. 475 20.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director of parks and public property be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 142nd st., between Miles ave. and Harvard ave., to properly light said street.

Adopted.
File No. 47521.
Mr. Thompson.

Resolved, that the director parks and public property be and he is hereby requested to place the necessary arc lights on E. 141st st., between Miles ave. and . Harvard ave., to properly light said street.

Allopted.
File No. 47522.
Mr. Damm.

Whereas, there is an unexpended balance of seven thousand dollars ( $7,000.00) in the fund known as "public bathhouse bonds fund;" and

Whereas, the United States government has decreed that the erection of bathhouses should be deferred until after the present state of war with Germany; and

Whereas, the amount in this fund cannot be expended for any other improvement; now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland: That the sinking fund commission of the city

on

of

GENERAL RESOLITION

ADOPTED
File No. 47410,
Mr. Sulzmann.

Whereas, the public mind is in a state of excitement because of the unreasonable demands of landlords; and

Whereas, it tends to provoke hot blood and to endanger the public peace; therefore,

as

vides for the immediate preservation of public property, and also provides for the usual daily operation of a municipal department of the city of Cleveland; now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That

Section 1. It hereby declares its intention to appropriate for public parks and boulevard purposes, the fee simple interest in the following described real estate, to-wit:

Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuya hoga and state of Ohio, and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the northeast corner of original lot No. 393, which corner lies at the intersection of the center lines of Wade Park ave, and E. 105th st.; thence in a southerly direction along the center line of E. 105th st. and the east line of said lot No. 393, and which bears south 0° 31' 50" east, a distance of 424.10 feet to a point; thence south 89° 38' 40" west along the northerly lines of parcels A and D) of Jesse Nichols Sri's sub-division as recorded in yolume 33, page 6 of Cuya hoga county records, a distance of 444.66 feet to a point which is the place of beginning and which bears south 89° 38' 40" west, 25.03 feet from a stone; thence along the arc of a circle deflecting to the left 125.79 feet to its intersection with the southerly line of parcel Din said Jesse Nichols Sr.'s sub-division, said are having a radius of 1097 feet, a chord which bears south 1° 33' 39" west 125.72 feet; thence south 86° 25' 40" west along the southerly line of parcel D, 42 feet to the southwest corner of said parcel D; thence south 9° 14' 50" east along the west line of parcel E in said Jesse Nichol Sr.'s sub-division 126.50 feet to a point which is the northwest corner of parcel F in said sub-division; thence south 24 39'

50" east along the West line of said parcel F, 118.33 feet to a point at the southwest corner of parcel F: thence south 899 35'

west along the southerly line of land formerly owned by Jesse Nichols Sr., a distance of 547.68 feet to stone; thence north 0° 21' 40" east along the westerly line of

the

Jesse Nichols Sr's land 87.03 feet to a stone; thence north 0° 2' 50" east along the westerly line of the Jesse Nichols Sr.'s land 273.78 feet to a stone; thence north 89° 28' 10" east along the northerly line of the Jesse Nichols Sri's land 284.28 feet to a stone; thence continuing along the northerly line of Jesse Nichols Sr.'s land 238.44 feet to the place of beginning.

Also in connection with the foregoing appropriation for park and boulevard purposes, it hereby declares its intention to appropriate the following easement, rights, privileges and restrictions, to-wit, the right to use, for the purpose of constructing, laying and maintaining therein sewers, drains, conduits, water pipes and gas pipes, which may be at any time constructed or laid by the city of Cleveland in or under a strip of land 25 feet in width off from the westerly side of the premises hereinafter described, with the further right to impose the following restrictions upon the premises next hereinafter described, to the effect that no building or structure of any kind shall be erected or placed upon said lands within 25 feet of the lands herein first appropriated for park and boulevard purposes, and that no building or structure now or hereafter erected or placed thereon within 100 feet of the land so appropriated for park and boulevard purposes shall be used for a stable,

saloon or any mechanical, mercantile or manufacturing purposes; provided, always, that, subject to the restrictions, rights and reservations herein appropriated, the owner of said parcel of land next hereinafter described shall have the right of access by way or ingress and egress to and from the boulevard now located on the premises first above described. The premises to which said easement and restrictions appertain, are described as follows:

Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio, and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the northeast corner of original lot No. 393, which corner lies at the intersection of the center lines of Wade Park ave, and E. 105th st.; thence in a southerly direction along the center line of E. 105th st. and the east line of said lot No. 393 and which bears south 0° 31' 50" east, a distance of 424,10 feet to a point; thence south 89° 38' 40" west along the northerly lines of parcels A and D of Jesse Nichols Sr.'s sub-division recorded in volume 33, page

6 of Cuyahoga county records, a distance of 419.63 feet to a stone which is the place of beginning; thence along the arc of a circle deflecting to the left 12.03 feet, said arc having a radius of 1072 feet and a chord which bears S, 4° 02' 56" west 12.03 feet; thence north 89° 38' 40" east along a line parallel with and 12 feet measured at right angles from the northerly line of parcel D in said Jesse Nichols Sri's sub-division, 200.65 feet to the easterly line of said parcel D; thence south 0° 31' 05" east along the easterly line of said parcel D, 108.55 feet to the southeasterly corner thereof; thence south 89° 35' 10" west along the southerly line of said parcel I 134.73 feet to an angle; thence south 86° 25' 40" west along the southerly line of said parcel D 95 feet; thence along the arc of a circle deflecting to the right 125.79 feet, said arc having a radius of 1097 feet and a chord which bears north 1° 33' 39" east 125.72 feet; thence north 89° 38' 40" easterly along the northerly line of said parcel D, 25.03 feet to the place of beginning.

Also in connection with the foregoing appropriation for park and boulevard purposes, it hereby declares its intention to appropriate the right to impose the following restrictions upon the premises next hereinafter described, to the effect that no building or structure now or her after erected or placed thereon within 100 feet of the land so appropriated for park and boulevard purposes as first above described, shall be used for a stable, saloon or for any mechanical, mercantile or manufacturing purpose; provided, always, that, subject to the restrictions, rights and reservations herein appropriated, the owner of said parcel of land next hereinafterdescribed, shall have the right of accesz by way of ingress and egress to and from the boulevard now located on the premises first above described. The premises to which said easement and restrictions appertain are described as follows:

Situated in the city of Cleveland, county of Cuya hoga and state of Ohio, and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the northeast corner of original lot No. 393, which corner lies at the intersection of the center lines of Wade Park ave, and E. 105th st.; thence in a southerly direction along the center line of E. 105th st. and the east line of said lot No. 393 and which bears south 0° 31' 50 east. a distance of 424.10 feet to a moint; thence south 89° 38'

40" west along the northerly lines of parcels A and D of Jesse Nichols Sr's sub-division as recorded in volume 33, page 6 of Cuyahoga county records, a distance of 419.63 feet to a stone which is the place of beginning; thence along the arc of a circle deflecting to the left 12.03 feet said arc having a radius of 1072 feet and a chord which bears south 4° 02' 56" west 12.03 feet; thence north 89° 38' 40" east along a line parallel with and 12 feet measured at right angles from the norther line of parcel D

in said Jesse Nichols Sri's sub-division 200.65 feet to the easterly line of said parcel D; thence north 0° 31'05" west along the easterly line of said parced D 12 feet to the northeasterly corner of said parcel D; thence south 89° 39' 40" west along the northerly line of parcel D 199.88 feet to the place of beginning.

Sec. 2. That immediately upon the passage of this resolution the mayor shall cause written notice to be given, as required by law.

Sec 3. This resolution is hereby declared to be an emergency measure, in that it provides for the immediate preservation of public property and the usual daily operation of a municipal department, and shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval by the mayor.

Adoption recommended by the director of parks and public property, committee on parks and recreation, city property, director of finance and director of law, as an emergency measure when amended to read as follows:

By adding after the word “described" in the eighth line on the third page and also after the word "described in the sixth line on the fourth page, the following words:

“subject to such reasonable conditions and regulations as may be provided by the proper authorities of the city of Cleveland."

Amendments agreed to.
Adopted as an emergency measure.

Yeas 24, nays 0.
SECOND READING RESOLUTIONS

File No. 47476.
Mr. Thompson.

To construct water main together with its appurtenances in Holborn ave. S. E., from east line of E. 120th st. to 200 feet west of E. 120th st.

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

Read second time.
File No. 47477.
Mr. Braschwitz.

To construct water main together with its appurtenances in W. 94th st., from 60 feet south of Almira ave. S. W. to north line of Maywood ave. S. W.

Adoption recommended by the di rector of public utilities, committee on

streets, taxes and assessments and director of law.

Read second time.

a

GENERAL RESOLUTIONS

REFERRED
File No. 47527.
Mr. Gahn.

Whereas, many liberty bonds and thrift stamp certificates are now and will be possessed by a great number of Cleveland residents; and

Whereas, many such persons do not or cannot have safety deposit vaults for the safe keeping of the same; therefore

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio: That the director of finance be and he is hereby requested and authorized to provide for the safe keeping of liberty bonds and thrift stamp certificates for such residents of the

city of Cleveland as desire to deposit the same with the city for safe keeping, authority being hereby given to the director of finance to issue receipts for the same in form and manner as may be designated by him, the same to be without charge to the depositors.

Referred to the committee on finance, director of finance and director of law. FIRST READING RESOLUTIONS

DECLARATORY
File No. 47481-A.
Mr. Rolf.

To construct a water main together with its appurtenances in Cherokee ave, N. E. from 242 feet east of E. 185th st. to west line of E. 200th st.

Introduced as a substitute for resolution file No. 47481.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47481.
Mr. Rolf.

To construct water main together with its appurtenances in Cherokee ave. N. E, from east line of E. 185th st. to west line of E. 200th st.

Resolution No. 47481-A accepted as a substitute.

Laid on the table.
File No. 475 28.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in Clarence ave. S. W., from W. 9th st. to easterly end.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47529.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in Severn ave. S. W.. from W. 7th st. to point 560 feet westerly.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47530.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in W. 7th st., from point 350 feet south of Severn ave. S. W. to point 130 feet north of Clyde ave. S. W.

Read first time.
Referred to the committee

on streets, taxes and assessments and director of law.

File No. 47531.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its apourtenances in W. 11th st., from Castle ave. S. W. to Branch ave. S. W.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47532.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in St. Tichon st. 9. W., from Starkweather ave. S. W. to Clyde ave. S. W.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47533.
Mr. Zmunt,

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in Clyde ave. S. W., from St. Olga ave. S. W. to W. 7th st.

Read first time.

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

File No. 47534.
Mr. Zmunt.

To construct sewer together with its appurtenances in St. Olga st. S.

W., from Stark weather ave. S. W. to
Cylde ave. S. W.
Read first time.

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

File No. 47535. By Mr. Townes. Resolution declaring the necessity of issuing bonds of the city of Cleveland in excess of the aggregate of 212 per cent of the total value of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, in the sum of $2,500,000.00 for the purpose of supplying a deficiency in the revenues of the city.

Be it resolved by the council of the city of Cleveland, state of Ohio, two-thirds of all members thereto concurring, that it is necessary to issue and sell bonds of the city of Cleveland for the purpose of supplying a deficiency in the revenues of the city, in an amount in excess of two and one-half per cent (212%) of the total value of all property in the city of Cleveland, as listed and assessed for taxation, to-wit: in the sum of two million five hundred thousand ($2,500,000.00) dollars; and that the question of issuing and selling said bonds of said city in excess of two and one-half per cent (212%) as aforesaid, in the sum as aforesaid, be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of the city of Cleveland at the general election to be held on the fifth day of November, 1918, at the regular place or places of voting in said city, as established by the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuyahoga county, Ohio, between the hours of 5:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., central standard time; that said election shall be conducted and certified in the manner provided by law; that the question whether such bonds shall be issued shall be in the form following: “Shall the bonds of the city of Cleveland be issued in the sum of $2,500,000.00 for the purpose of supplying a deficiency in the revenues of the city;" and those who vote in favor of the proposition shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: “For the issue of bonds," and those who vote against the same shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: “Against the issue of bonds." That the mayor be and he is hereby directed to give public notice of the time. and places of holding said election in the manner provided by law, and that the clerk of council be and he is hereby directed to certify a copy of this resolution to the board of deputy state supervisors and inspectors of elections of Cuyahoga county, Ohio.

This resolution shall be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law.

Read first time.

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

On W. 43rd st. at southeast corner Train ave.

The above resolutions read first time and referred to the director of public service, committee on sewers and sidewalks, taxes and assessments and director of law.

FIRST READING ORDINANCES
Ord. No. 47538.
By Mr. Dittrick.

An ordinance to change the name of Sawyer ave. N. W., running from W. 85th st. to W. 93rd st. to Westech ave, N. W.

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 47539.
By Mr. Stannard.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of grading, draining, setting curbs, re-surfacing with sheet asphalt and improving Lamont ave. N. E., from E. 93rd st. to 180

feet easterly, as per estimated assessment No. 2945. (G. R. 10492).

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 47540.
By Mr. Thompson.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary appurtenances in Dove ave. S. E., from E. 103th st. to E. 116th st., as per estimated assessment No. 2946. (G. R. 10494).

Read first time.
Referred to the committee

on taxes and assessments and the director of law.

Ord. No. 47541.
By Mr. Thompson.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary appurtenances in Greenwich ave. S. E., from E. 109th st. to E. 114th st., as per estimated assessment No. 2947. (G. R. 10496).

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 475 42.
By Mr. Caldwell.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a brick masonry, segmental block or concrete steel sewer with necessary appurtenances in Adelbert rd., from Euclid ave. to N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R., as per estimated assessment No. 2948. (G. R. 10498).

Read first time.

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

Ord. No. 47543.
By Mr. Krueger.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay the cost and expense of constructing a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary appurtenances in St. Clair ave. N. E., from E. 88th st. to E. 93rd st., as per estimated assessment No. 2949. (G. R. 10500).

Read first time.

Referred to the committee on taxes and assessmen and the director of law.

Ord. No. 47544.
By Mr. Becker.

An ordinance determining to proceed with the improvement and to levy and assess a special tax to pay

SIDEWALKS
File No. 47536.
Mr. Soika,

Resolved, that the sidewalks on various streets be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade.

On E. 37th st. (east side), at house No. 2641.

File No. 47537.
Mr. Soika.

Resolved, that the sidewalks on various streets and places be laid, relaid and repaired with stone or cement to the full width of present walk to the established grade.

On Penison ave, at hous Nos, 2801, 2805, 3000, 3006. 3200, 3204, 3317, 3323.

On southeast corner Lorain ave. and W. 105th st.

of

of

the cost and expense of constructing cordance with the plans, specifica- of W. 49th st., in proportion to the a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary tions and profiles, on file in the benefits which may result from said appurtenances in W. 47th st., from office of the director of public utili- improvement and it is hereby deterClark ave. S. W. to Oakley ave. S. ties, division of water, and with the mined that said lots and lands are W., as per estimated assessment No. estimated cost as shown by assess- especially benefied by said improve2950. (G. R. 10502).

ment report No. 3, all of which are ment. Read first time. hereby approved.

Sec. 3. That the assessments so Referred to the

committee on Sec. 2. That so much of the entire to be levied shall be paid in five (5) taxes and assessments and the di- cost and expense of this improve- annual installments; provided that rector of law.

ment, less the cost of laying said the owner of any property assessed Ord. No. 475 45.

water main across street intersec- may at his option pay such assessBy Mr. Krueger.

tions and one-fiftieth of the entire ment in cash with forty (40) days An ordinance determining to pro- cost exclusive of street intersec- from and after the passage of the ceed with the improvement and to tions, shall be assessed upon all the assessing ordinance. The director levy and assess a special tax to pay lots and lands abutting upon said of public utilities has fixed 100 years the cost and expense of constructing Dove ave. S. E., between E. 116th st. as

the estimated life the ima vitrified pipe sewer with necessary and E. 109th st., in proportion to the provement. appurtenances in Lowell ave. N. E., benefits which may result from said Sec. 4. That notes or bonds of from E. 96th st. to E. 99th st., as per improvement and it is hereby de- the city of Cleveland shall be issued estimated assessment No. 2951. (G. termined that said lots and lands in anticipation of the collection of R. 10504).

are especially benefited by said im- assessments by installments. Read first time. provement.

See. 5. That the remainder of the Referred to the committee on

Sec. 3. That the assessments so entire cost of said improvement, not taxes and assessments and the di- to be levied shall be paid in five (5) especially assessed, including the rector of law.

annual installments; provided that cost of intersections, and one-fiftieth Ord. No. 475 46.

the owner of any property assessed of all cost and expense exclusive of By Mr. Rolf.

may at his option pay such assess- street intersections shall be paid out An ordinance determining to pro- ment in cash with forty (40) days of the water fund or moneys derived ceed with the improvement and to from and after the passage of the from the sale of bonds. levy and assess a special tax to pay assessing ordinance. The director Sec. 6. That the director of the cost and expense of constructing

of public utilities has fixed 100 years finance is hereby directed to cause a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary as the estimated life of the im- written notice to be served upon the appurtenances in Yorick ave. N. E., provement.

owner of each lot or parcel of land from Ivanhoe rd. to 850 feet east

Sec. 4. That notes or bonds of to be assessed, or upon the persons erly, as per estimated assessment the city of Cleveland shall be issued in whose names the same may be No. 2952. (G. R. 10506).

in anticipation of the collection of assessed for taxation upon the tax Read first time. assessments by installments.

duplicate. Referred to the committee on

Sec. 5. That the remainder of the Sec. 7. That this resolution shall taxes and assessments and the di

entire cost of said improvement, not take effect and be in force from rector of law.

especially assessed, including the and after the earliest period allowed Ord. No. 47547.

cost of intersections, and one-fiftieth by law. By Mr. Rolf,

of all cost and expense exclusive of Adopted June 24, 1918. An ordinance determining to pro- street intersections shall be paid out

HARRY C. GAHN, ceed with the improvement and to of the water fund or moneys derived

President of the Council. levy and assess a special tax to pay from the sale of bonds.

C. J. BENKOSKI, the cost and expense of constructing Sec. 6. That the director

Clerk of Council. a vitrified pipe sewer with necessary finance is hereby directed to cause Approved by the mayor June 28, appurtenances in Waldo rd. N. E.,

written notice to be served upon the 1918. from St. Clair ave. to Yorick ave.. as

owner of each lot or parcel of land Effective August 4, 1918. per estimated assessment No. 2953.

to be assessed, or upon the persons (G. R. 10508).

in whose names the same may be File No. 4736 7. Read first time.

assessed for taxation upon the tax By Mr. Thompson. Referred to the committee on duplicate.

To construct а water main totaxes and assessments and the di- Sec. 7. That this resolution shall gether with the appurtenances in rector of law.

take effect and be in force from Avon ave. S. E., from 539 12 feet east Ord. No. 47548.

and after the earliest period allowed of E. 102nd st. to 24 feet west of E. By Mr. Kadlecek (by request). by law.

116th st. An ordinance to vacate a portion Adopted June 24, 1918.

Section 1. Be it resolved by the of E. 33rd st., from the right of way

HARRY C. GAHN,

council of the city of Cleveland, of the Erie R. R. Co. to a point

President of the Council. state of Ohio (three-fourths of the 229.46 feet southerly. C. J. BENKOSKI.

whole number elected thereto conRead first time.

Clerk of Council.

curring): That it is necessary and Referred to the director of public

Approved by the mayor June 28, conducive to the public health, conservice, committee on streets, city 1918

venience and welfare that Avon ave. property and director of law.

Effective August 4, 1918.

S. E., from 539 15 feet east of E. The council recessed to meet Mon

102nd st. to 24 feet west of E. 116th day, July 8, 1918, at 6:55 o'clock p. m. File No. 47321.

st., be improved by constructing By Mr. Townes.

therein a water main together with To construct a water main to- the necessary appurtenances in acgether with the appurtenances in cordance with the plans, specificaWichita ave. S. W. from east line tions and profiles, on file in the office of W. 45th st. to 704 feet west of of the director of public utilities, W. 49th st.

and with the estimated cost as Section 1. Be it resolved by the shown by assessment report No. 7,

council of the city of Cleveland, all of which are hereby approved. Clerk of Council. state of Ohio (three-fourths of the

Sec. 2. That so much of the entire whole number elected thereto con- cost and expense of this improvecurring): That it is necessary and ment, less the cost of laying said

conducive to the public health. cen- water main across street intersecADOPTED RESOLUTIONS AND

venience and welfare that Wichita tions and one-fiftieth of the entire ave. S. W., from east line of W.

cost exclusive of street intersecORDINANCES

45th st. to 704 feet west of W. 49th tions, shall be assessed upon all the st., be improved by constructing lots and lands abutting upon said

therein a water main together with Avon ave. S. E., between 539 12 feet File No. 47060.

the necessary appurtenances in ac- east of E. 102nd st. and 24 feet west By Mr. Thompson.

cordance with the plans, specifica- of E. 116th st., in proportion to the To construct a water main to

tions and profiles, on file in the office benefits which may result from said gether with the appurtenances in of the director of public utilities, improvement and it is hereby deterDove ave. S. E., from E. 116th st. to and with the estimated cost as mined that said lots and lands are E. 109th st.

shown by assessment report No. 5, especially benefited by said improveSection 1. Be it resolved by the all of which are herebv approved. ment. council of the city of Cleveland, Sec. 2. That so much of the entire Sec. 3. That the assessments so state of Ohio (three-fourths of the cost and expense of this improve- to be levied shall be paid in five (5) whole number elected thereto con- ment, less the cost of laying said annual installments; provided that curring): That it is necessary and water main across street intersec- the owner of any property assessed conducive to the public health, con- tions and one-fiftieth of the entire may at his option pay such assessvenience and welfare that Dove ave. cost exclusive of street intersec- ment in cash with forty (40) days S. E., from E. 116th st. to E. 109th tions, shall be assessed upon all the from and after the passage of the st., be improved by constructing lots and lands abutting upon said assessing ordinance. The director therein a water main together with Wichita ave. S. W.. between east of public utilities has fixed 100 years the necessary appurtenances in ac- line of W. 45th st. and 704 feet west as the estimated

life. of the im

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