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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, August 29, 1946, Image 9

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I l” August 29, 1946
E ongntANCE NO. 452
cc Vacating a Portion
wow; “A” in .the City of.
‘ 'ck, Washmgton. Be-
W, Lyle Street North and
b"; Street North.
1333355” Avenue “A” be-
I!” Lyle Street North and Kent
N North is a public street six-
U (60) feet wide and three hund
‘d (300) feet long, lymg immed
w North of Bloek Thirty-Two
63’ Olmsted Addmon to Kenne
«i “cording to. the official plat
I no! “corded 1n Volume 2 of
1*”! page 26,. records of Benton
canty, Washmgton, and
WHEREAS’ the seid Avenue
..‘» has never been nnproved or
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WALLA WALLA, WASH. -
regularly made a *part of the sys
tem of streets of Kennewick,
Washingtonfl although the said
street lies within the confines of.
said City and has been dedicate!
as a public street for many years,
because it was not to the best in
terests of said City to include said
Avenue “A” into the improved
public street system due to its
logiglaand
WHEREAS, the property own
ers abutting upon said Avenue
“A” between Lyle Street North
and Kent Street North have peti
tioned the planning commission of
the City of Kennewick and the
City Council of the City of Kenne
wick that the said street shall be
vacated except a strip twenty (20)
feet wide, as hereafter described.
and they have agreed to deed suf
ficient property to the City of
Kennewick so that Canal street
may be extended from the Wester
ly boundary of Block Twenty-
Eight (28) of the Olmsted Addition
to Kennewick (as said Block 28
now exists) to the Easterly boun
dary of Records’ Additions to the
City of Kennewick extended
North to Columbia Irrigation Dis
trict Canal and the said change in
streets would appear to be in the
public interest and would make
a anore usable system of streets,
an .
WHEREAS, the said City Coun
cil did duly set a time and place
for the hearing on said petition,
and did post the notices thereof
as required by law, as appears
from the Affidavit of Posting on
file with the City Clerk,
Now Therefore, the City Coun
cil of the City of Kennewick does
ordain as follows:
’ Section 1. That from and after
the efl’ective date of this Ordin-\
ance, Avenue “A” in the City of
Kennewick, County of Benton,‘
State of Washington, between Lyle
Street North and Kent Street
North, (formerly that portion of
Lowell Road between Jackson
Road and Moliere Road, as shown
by the officially recorded plat of
Olmsted Addition to Kennewick,
recorded. in Volume 2 of Plats,
page 26, records of Benton coun
ty, Washington, be and the same
is hereby vacated and the title
thereto shall revert to and become
vested in the property owners
abutting on said Avenue “A” ex
cept a strip thereof, sixty (60) feet
wide in a North and South direc
tion and twenty (20) feet long in
an East and Westdirection, in the
exact center of said portion of"
Avenue “A” described above,
which will provide a continuous
’alley twenty (20) feet in width
running south from Canal Street
ion the West side of Block Twenty-
Eight (28) (as now existing) and
‘through Block Thirty-Two (32) of
said plat to the North line of Lot
19 in Block 32 of said plat. The
strip so reserved to be retained as
,a part of said alley for all public
purposes
Section 2. That this Ordinance
shall be in full force and effect
5 days after its approval, passage
and publication in the official
newspaper of the City of Kenne
wick.
Passed by the City Council of
the City of Kénnewick, this 23rd
day of July, 1946.
Winifred Campbell, City Clerk.
Approved this 23rd day of July,
1946. Lawrence Scott, Mayor Pro
tern.
Approved as to form. Kenneth
E. Serier, City Attorney.
Date of publication, Aug 29, ’46.
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