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Where Particular People
Are Served
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Dinners
PLATE OR FAMILY STYLE
Sunday 1 P.M. to 7 P.M.
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on Rt 20
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LEWIS BRANCAE
GL 1-0322
LEE P. KLOSS
PO- 1-6864
ORDINANCE NO. 4811
By: Mr. Sutter
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE TO AMEND SEC
TIONS 7, 8 AND 9 OR ORDI
NANCE NO. 4734, PASSED
JULY 31, 1953, AND BEING
THE DOG ORDINANCE. SO
CALLED, OF THE CITY OF
EAST CLEVELAND AND
REPEALING O I NANCE
NO. 4744, PASSED SEP
TEMBER 8, 1953.
WH EAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment.
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commission
of the City of East Cleveland,
Ohio, four-fifths of all members
elected thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Section 7 of
Ordinance No. 4734, passed July
31, 1953, and entitled: “An Emer
gency Ordinance providing for the
regulation and control of dogs,
and other animals, dog and cat
hospitals, kennels, and pet shops
within the corporate limits of the
City of East Cleveland, etc.”,
which Section 7 reads as follows:
“SECTION 7: IMPOUNDING
DOGS. It shall be the duty of the
official or employee charged with
the enforcement of this ordinance
to apprehend any dog found run
ning at large, and impound said
dog at the owner’s expense in the
city pound or any other suitable
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plac^ designated by the City Man
ager. Said official or employee
shall, upon the impounding of any
dog, record a brief description of
the dog and such other informa
tion as may seem necessary, in
cluding whether or not the dog is
identified with a dog license.”
be and the same is hereby amended
to read as follows:
SECTION 7: IMPOUNDING
DOGS. It shall be the duty of the
official or employee charged with
the enforcement of this ordinance
to apprehend any dog found run
ning at large. If the apprehended
dog bears a dog license, then it
shall be the duty of the official
or employee charged with the en
forcement of this ordinance to
impound said dog at the owner’s
expense in the city pound or any
other suitable place designated by
the City Manager. Said official or
employee shall, upon the appre
hending of any dog, record a brief
description of the dog and such
other information as may seem
necessary, including whether or
not the dog is identified with a
dog license.
That Section 8 of
SECTION 2:
said Ordinance No. 4734, passed
July 31, 1953, which Section 8
reads as follows:
“SECTION 8: DISPOSITION
OF UNCLAIMED OR INFECTED
DOGS. It shall be the duty of the
Department of Police to keep all
dogs so impounded, other than in
fected dogs, for a period of not
more than five (5) days including
the day impounded and the day
released, disposed of or destroyed.
If at the expiration of said period
such dog shall not have been
reclaimed by the owner, it may be
destroyed, or otherwise disposed of
at the discretion of the Chief of
Police or of the official or em
ployee charged with the enforce
ment of this ordinance. Any dog
which appears to be affected with
rabies, or other dangerous disease
need not be impounded, but may
be destroyed forthwith.”
be and the same is hereby amended
to read as follows:
which Section 8
SECTION 8: DISPOSITION OF
UNCLAIMED OR INFECTED
DOGS. It shall be the duty of the
Department of Police, without de
lay, to destroy or otherwise dis
pose of all dogs not bearing a dog
license. Dogs bearing a dog license,
other than infected dogs, may be
impounded by the Department of
Police for a period of not more
than three (3) days including the
day impounded and the day re
leased. Any dog so impounded, not
claimed by the owner or his repre
sentative during the time im
pounded by the City of East Cleve
land may be destroyed or other
wise disposed of at the discretion
of the Chief of Police, or of the
official or employee charged with
the enforcement of this ordinance.
Any dog, licensed or unlicensed,
which appears to be infected with
rabies or other dangerous disease,
need not be impounded, but may
be destroyed forthwith.
SECTION 3: That Section 9 of
said Ordinance No. 4734, passed
July 31, 1953, as amended by
Ordinance No. 4744, passed Sep
tember 8, 1953, which Section 9,
as amended, reads as follows:
“SECTION 9: WAIVER PRO
VISION. The owner of any dog
impounded for running at large
may reclaim such dog upon the
execution and filing with the Clerk
of the Municipal Police Court of
the City of East Cleveland of an
instrument waiving the formal is
suance of an affidavit and warrant
together with the reading of such
affidavit and the right to be pres
ent personally at the trial of such
action, and further waiving the
right of appeal and error and
authorizing a plea of guilty to be
entered submitting the defendant
to the mercy of the Court, and
upon the depositing within five
days from and including the day
of the impounding of the dog, of
the sum of Five Dollars ($5.00)
for the first offense, plus One Dol
lar and Twenty-five Cents C$1.25)
for each day or any part of a day
for the keeping or boarding of
any dog, or upon the depositing,
within five days from and includ
ing the day of the impounding of
the dog, of the sum of Ten Dol
lars ($10.00) for the second offense
within any twelve month period,
plus One Dollar and Twenty-five
Cents ($1.25) for each day or any
part of a day for the keeping or
boarding of any dog.”
be and the same is hereby amended
to read as follows:
SECTION 9: WAIVER PROVI
SION. The owner of any dog im-
ORDINANCE NO. 4813
By: Mr. Sutter
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE TO ASSESS THE
EXPENSE OF CONSTRUC
TION AND REPAIR OF
SIDEWALKS.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment to provide for the collection
of the cost of constructing and
repairing sidewalks, which work
has been completed by the City of
East Cleveland pursuant to Reso
lution No. 1417 and consents
executed by various property own-
SECTION 2: That the total as
sessment against each lot and
parcel of land as hereinbefore set
forth shall be paid in cash Within
thirty (30) days from the date of
the passage of this ordinance and,
if not so paid, shall be certified
together with a penalty of five
per cent (5%) and an interest
charge of five per cent (5%) to
the County Auditor to be placed
t—*n
the tax duplicate and col.
1 ed in one annual installment as
other taxes are collected.
SECTION 3: That this ordi
nance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety and for the usual daily
JfiAttl CUE V ELAND LEADER
pounded for running at large may
reclaim such dog upon the execu
tion and filing with the Clerk of
the Municipal Police Court of the
City of East Cleveland of an in
strument waiving the formal issu
ance of an affidavit and warrant
together with the reading of such
affidavit and the right to be pres
ent personally at the trial of such
action, and further waiving. the
right of appeal and error and
authorizing a plea of guilty to be
entered submitting the defendant
to the mercy of the Court, and
upon the depositing, during the
period the dog is impounded under
the provisions of this ordinance, of
the sum of Five Dollars ($5.00)
for the first offense, plus One
Dollar and Twenty-five Cents
($1.25) for each day or any part
of a day for the keeping or board
ing of any dog, or upon the depos
iting, during the period the dog is
impounded under the provisions of
this ordinance, of the sum of Ten
Dollars ($10.00) for the second
offense within any twelve month
Period, plus One Dollar and
wenty-five Cents ($1.25) for
each day or any part of a day for
the keeping or boarding of apy
dog.
SECTION 4: That Ordinance
No. 4744, passed September 8,
1953, and entitled: “An Emergency
Ordinance to amend Section 9 of
Ordinance No. 4734, passed July
31, 1953, and being the Dog Ordi
nance, so called, of the City of
East Cleveland,” be and the same
is hereby repealed.
SECTION 5: That this ordinance
is hereby declared to be an emer
gency measure necessary for the
immediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety, and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment, and provided it receives the
affirmative vote of four-fifths of
all members elected to the City
Commission, it shall take effect
and be in force immediately upon
its passage otherwise, it shall
take effect and be in force from
and after the earliest period al
lowed by law. I
PASSED: August 24, 1954
Attest: /s/ G. T. APTHORP,
Clerk of the Commission
Published: August 26, 1954
ORDINANCE NO. 4812
By: Mr. Fellows
AN EMERGENCY OR DI
NANCE TO SUPPLEMENT
AND AMEND ORDINANCE
NO. 4760, PASSED NOVEM
BER 17, 1953, AND BEING
THE DWELLING HOUSE
CODE, SO CALLED, OF THE
CITY OF EAST CLEVE
LAND, BY THE ADDITION
OF SECTION 1553.02(d).
WHEREAS, Section 1553.02, De
tached garages, of Ordinance No.
4760 requires that a wood-frame
one-story garage building shall be
more than ten (10) feet from the
dwelling, and
WHEREAS, the Board of Build
ing Code Appeals on August 17,
1954, adopted by vote of three or
more members, thereof a motion
recommending an amendment to
Ordinance No. 4760 which would
permit a detached one-story ga
rage existing prior to the effective
date of Ordinance No. 4760 to be
altered in frame construction pro
viding that the altered garage
shall not be constructed nearer
than five (5 )feet from a frame
dwelling, and
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety, to provide for essential
amendments to the Dwelling House
Code.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commission
of the City of East Cleveland,
Ohio, four-fifths of all members
elected thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Ordinance
No. 4760, passed November 17,
1953, and entitled: “An Emer
gency Ordinance adopting part of
the Building Code, known as the
Dwelling House Code, and super
seding all ordinances and parts of
ordinances as are inconsistent
therewith,** be and the same is
hereby amended by the addition of
the following Section 1553.02(d):
SECTION 1553.02(d): A de
tached one-story garage existing
in the Urban Fire District prior to
the effective date of Ordinance No.
4760, the Dwelling House Code,
may be altered in wood-frame con
struction providing the total area
of the altered garage building does
not exceed six hundred (600)
square feet and such altered ga
rage is not constructed nearer than
ers.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commission of
the City of East-Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That for the pur
pose of paying the cost and ex
pense of constructing and repair
ing sidewalks abutting the prem
ises hereinafter described, there
be and there is hereby levied and
assessed upon the following de
scribed property, situated in the
City of East Cleveland, Cuyahoga
County, State of Ohio, the amounts
herein set forth opposite the
several parcels of land described
respectively,
to-wit:
FILE
NO. OWNER LOCATION COUNTY NC1. AMT.
1 Edward and Mary
Schneider _______ 1877 Marloes Ave 672-24-64 $ 93.24
2 Anne Mackin Realty
Co____ __________14480 Euclid Ave. 672-24-8 52.36
6A Anna A. Herman___ 1652 East 133rd St. 671-5-45 50.05
7A Hymie Herman_____ 1652 East 133rd St. 671-5-204 58.18
9 Jake Madorsky_____ Vac. lot N. Side For
est Hills Blvd. bet.
Euclid and Terrace 672-20-64 97.45
11A Bertha and Betty
Bargar----------------1849-51 Marloes Ave. 672-24-71 44.66
12 Julia Fleischer _____ 1751 Page Ave. 673-6-24 13.75
13 Sinclair Refining Co. „1591 Hayden Ave. 671-12-196 37.13
MAYFAIR PTA
Mayfair PTA is jumping the gun
on the fall season with advance
notice of its mid-September rum.
mage sale and its usual Christmas
card project.
Members are urged to begin
now to collect any and all “white
elephants” for the sale on Septem
ber 18th. Items may be brought
to the school at any time begin
ning with the opening day of
classes on September 7th.
Apparel, dishes, furniture and
the like will be acceptable, accord
ing to rummage sale chairman,
Mrs. George Blakely, 13600 Third
ave. Queries may be phoned to
her at UL. 1-2127.
In charge of Mayfair’s Christ
mas card campaign this year, and
already under way, is Mrs. Arthur
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AUGUST 16 TO 31
five (5) feet from a frame dwel
ling nor nearer than eighteen (18)
inches from a property line. In
such altered garage, no windows
shall be installed a wall which
is less than three (3) feet from a
property line.
SECTION 2: That this ordi
nance is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservtaion of the
public peace, property, health and
safety by providing for essential
amendments to the Dwelling House
Code, and provided it receives the
affirmative vote of four-fifths of
all members elected to the City
Commission, it shall take effect
and be in force from and after its
passage otherwise, it shall take
effect and be in force from and
after the earliest period allowed
by law.
PASSED: Aug. 24, 1954
Attest: /s/ G. T. APTHORP
Clerk of the Commission.
Published: August 26, 1954
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affirmative vote of four-fifths of
all members elected to the City
Commission, it shall take effect
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PASSED: Aug. 24, 1954
Attest: IB/ G. T. APTHORP
Clerk of the Commission.
Published: August 26,1954
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