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t ! ~ Published 9rm* PrMay 0. K Montpelier, Friday, Oct. II, y917 j t ! ' I : J An ordinance declaring the inten- ! tion of the Mayor and Council to ; create a sewerage improvement dis trict in the City of Montpelier, Idaho, j describing the boundaries thereof and providing for the construction of ; a sewerage system therein and pro viding tor the assessing of the cost and expenses thereof against the j property therein, according to the benefits; providing a method for j paying for the improvements made!to • in the junction or intersection of I streets and the space opposite al-j leys; fixing a time when Interested persons may file protests and fixing j a date when protests will be heard, and estimating the cost of the said - improvement. ORDINANCE NO. 1<8 Whereas, it is necessary for the comfort, convenience, health and well-being of the City of Montpelier, and the inhabitants thereof that a sewerage system sufficient for the purpose be constructed within cer tain limits of the said city; there fore, Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of tbe City of Mont pelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, Section 1. The intention of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, to construct a sewer sys tem and to create a sewer district in said City is hereby expressed. Section 2. The boundaries of the proposed sewer district are particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point in the inter section of the South line of North Lincoln street and the west line of Fifth street and running from thence southerly along the west line of Fifth street to a point where Une intersects the center Une of Montpelier Creek, from thence south westerly along the center Une of Montpelier Creek as it winds and turns to a point in Beckwith street near the center of the foot bridge crossing the said Montpelier Creek, from thence westerly on a line with the south boundary of the property owned by H. B. Whitman to a point in the west line of Eighth street; from thence south 51 feet to a feiy.e post marked XD. No. 1, from thence westerly on a line parallel to the center line of Jefferson street 396 feet to a post marked D. No. 1, from thence southerly 207 feet to a post marked D. No. 1, the same being the south-east corner of the premises owned by Rudolph Sutter, from thence westerly along said line to a point ip the west line of Ninth street, from thence northerly along the west line of Ninth street 60 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thence westerly on a line par allel with Jefferson street 76 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thence northerly on a line parallel with the center line of Ninth street, 150 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thence westerly on a line par allel with Jefferson street 42 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thence northerly on a line parallel with the center line of Ninth street 117 feet to n stake marked D. No. 1, from thenee on a line parallel with the center line of Jefferson street to a point in the O S. L main track, 'rep, thence northerly along Jthe cen ter line of seid O S L. main tracks to a noint where the north founda tion line of the O. S. L. Ry. freight depot, produced, intersects the cen ter line of said tracks, from thence along said line to a point in the east line of Twelfth street, from thence northwesterly along the east line of Twelfth street 1059 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thence east erly on a line parallel with the center line of Webster street 120 feet, from thence north 8 feet to a stake marked D. No. 1, from thenee easterly on line parallel Une of Webster street to a point in the east line of Eleventh street, from thence along the east line of Elev enth street to the south line of Web ster street, from thence easterly along the south line of Webster street to the west line of Eighth street, from thence southerly along the west line of Eighth street to point in line with the south line of North Lincoln street, from thence along the south line of North Lin coln street to the point or place of beginning. id with the center Section 3. That there shall be constructed In said proposed sewer age Improvement District, a sewer consisting of 18-inch, 12-inch and 6 inch vitrified sewer pipe, with the necessary manholes and flush tanks, and which said sewer shall be con structed in the following streets and alleys between the following points hereinafter designated, to-wlt: Twelfth street from Washington street north 1059 feet. Eleventh street north to the cen ter of the alley between South Lin coln and Webster streets. Eleventh street south to the O. S. L. Club house. Jefferson street from the center of Eleventh street east to the center of Seventh Btreet. Ninth street south to the City lim its and north to a point midway in the block north of Jefferson street. Alley between Washington and Lincoln streets from Eleventh street to Fifth street. Alley between Lincoln and Clay streets from Eleventh street to Fifth street. Alley between South Clay and Webstar streets from Eleventh street to Eighth street. Alley between Washington and Jefferson streets, from Eleventh street easterly to Seventh street. Together with an outlet sewer from a point in the intersection of Washington and Eleventh streets, westerly along the county road and by right of way to be acquired to an outlet in Bear River, to be com posed of 18-inch wood, stave or double strength vitrified clay tile. Section 4. The estimated cost of tbe said improvements as determined by the city's engineer is hereby de dared to be about the sum of $45,! 00®.Off, more or less, and plans and; specifications for the same remain t> fils !* the of Res sf tks CUy «ark and may be examined by any person t desiring so to do. Tbe said plans ! and specifications for the said im _prorementa are hereby approved and adopted. j Section 6. The intention of the ! Mayor and City Council of said City I to construct tbe system of sewers de : scribed in section 3 of this ordinance J in hereby expressed, and the costs ! and expenses thereof shall be assesed ; upon all the lots or parcels of land fronting on all highways, streets or j or alleys to be included within the .aid proposed sewerage improvement ; district, as well as all lots or parcels of land situated therein, each lot or parcel of land being separately as j sessed for tbe full debt thereof in proportion to the benefits to the j property to be benefitted, sufficient cover the total expense of such I work, or the construction of such sewer and works; PROVIDED, that the cost and expense of the portion ! j of such sewerage improvements made i in the space formed by the junction ' or intersection in streets and ave nues and in the space opposite al leys in the proposed district shall be equally borne by and apportioned among the owners of said property abutting upon, contiguous or con tributary to said intersection and in. cluded in the improvement' dlstrct, and shall be a lien upon said prop erty the same as any other assesment against said property in said dis trict. Section 6. Notice is hereby given to all interested persons of the inten tion of said officials to create said district, and that the 17th day of October, 1917, at the hour of six o'clock p. m., or before said time, has been fixed as the time when protests against said improvements may be 'filed with the City Clerk at his of fice in the City Hall. Further no tice is hereby given that on the 17 th day of October, 1917, at the hour of seven o'clock p. m. of said day at the HELP TO FIGHT THE SOLDIERS WORST ENEMY— HOMESICKNESS BY SENDING IN YOUR LET TERS Kodak Pictures from Home KODAKS AND SUPPLIES RINEHART STUDIO Finest Studio in Southeastern Idaho—at Montpelier. AMATEUR FINISHING •fÊM The Opportunity of a Lifetime ! Save this Valuable Coupon Good for $11.00 Worth of Pure Aluminum Ware 22 pieces When presented in connection with the purchase of a Cole's Hot Blast M or R Model Range during the date of our Big Factory Stove Sale as printed below — remember the date. 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It is ordered that the J City Clerk shall cause this ordinance to be published in the officiai news-1 paper of said city, the Montpelier Ex- ! aminer, in at least one Issue thereofday before the time affixed herein fori the filing of such protests, and that an affidavit of such publication be filed with the said City Clerk on or before the time filed for the hearing of such protests. D . . .. . Passed by the City Council and re ferred to the Mayor for his approval this Uth day of October, 1917. . Approved, signed and numbered 168 this 11th day of October, 1917.1 R. N. SNEDDON. Mayor. 1 state of Idaho, , . R toko ' (SEAL) Attest : THOMAS BARRETT, City Clerk. City of Montpelier, I, Thomas Barrett, City Clerk of the city of Montpelier, Idaho do here by certify that the above and fore going is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled, "An ordi nance declaring the intention of the Mayor and Council to create a sew erage improvement district in the City of Montpelier, Idaho, describing the boundaries thereof, and provid ing for the construction of a sewer age system therein, and providing for thegassessing of the costs and expens es thereof against the property there in according to benefits; providing a method for paying for improvements mage in the juncton or intersection of streets and the space opposite al leys; fixing a time when interested persons may file protests and fixing a date when said protests shall be heard; estimating the cost of the said improvements." Passed by the City Council of Montpelier, Idaho, on the 11th day October, 1917, and approved by the Mayor the same day, as the same J appears of record in my office. to set my hand and affixed the cor ! porate seal of the said city this 11th of October. 1917. THOMAS BARRETT, (SEAL) City Clerk, v ... ... . . Your Public library invites you to spend an hour or so with your book | . . . . ' . friends T &e books belong to you. - In after yeais a woman discovers 1 tfa at her mission is not what it used j to be. It pays better to appreciate fools ! than to be appreciated by fools. In witness whereof I have taereun ARE YOU A BROWSER? I i * * * m il* MUNSING WEAR m * ! \ * * THE UNION SUIT WE RECOMMEND FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. IT PLEASES THE BUYER, AND THAT IS WHAT WE WANT, AS WE WANT EVERY TRANSACTION IN THIS STORE TO DO. 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