Publication: The Muncie Daily Herald
Muncie, IN, United States
TWO LONG HOURS.
Did the city Aldermen Exhibit Knowledge Last Night.
Not Much Business was Transacted, a Few Petitions and Resolutions Were Considered A Special Committee Appointed.
It was eight oclock last night when the regular meeting of the city council opened. Two hours later it adjourned after transacting but little business.
Alice Freeman was granted the priviledge of constructing a sidewalk on the east side of Liberty street be- Howard and Dumont. David Hagadorn was granted permission to construct a cement sidewalk in front of his property on Liberty street between Howard and Charles streets.
Thomas J. Morgan was granted permission to construct a sidewalk around the new Johnson-Morgan block.
James Mobler, E.E. Springer, James Boyce and others signed a petition for the opening of an alley 10 feet wide between Main and Washington street to Ohio avenue. The petition was referred to the committee on streets and alleys.
T.F. Rose was granted 60 days more time in which to complete the 8th street sewer.
A petition for the building of a sewer on Liberty street between Cherry and council streets was presented.
Johnson for the Finance committee moved that the following bills be allowed:
H.H. Highlands ...$ 42.55
W.L. Wood .. 2.00
Hose Jacket Co .. 75.00
Mock & Baker . 18.90
McKillipp & Haimbaugh . 48.00
Al Cox .. 4.50
William Love .. .85
J.Q. Mitchell 1.25
Andy Plantd . 8.25
Henry Langdon 8.25
Mary E. Patterson .. 4.20
William Warfle .. 5.00
Columbia Hotel 4.00
Alice Thornburgh 4.20
L.F. Wisong .. 5.00
J.W. Hedrick . 37.50
Hemingray Glass Co.... .. 22.00
Henry M. Keener . 5.00
T. Landry .. .70
Fred Darnell . .70
Jerry Nelson .35
Frank Grass . 3.00
Engineers pay roll ....108.14
Cleaning asphalt streets . ....28.00
Engineers office pay roll .....18.00
Councilman Kirby reported that the force of men employed to collect the garage was not sufficient to
|Researcher:||Roger Lucas / Bob Stahr|
|Date completed:||October 16, 2011 by: Deb Reed Fowler;|