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Street I rri provement Ord i nances 9, 10, 11
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922.
Street Improvement Ordinance No. 9,
An ordinance to provide for the im
provement of FIRST STREET, in
the town of Union City, Tennessee,
from the south lino of Lee street
to the north line of Palmer street
in said town, all of said street to
bo improved by repairing, curbing,
guttering, draining, and pavinc
with Sheet Asphalt on Con
crete Base; and doing all
necessary work incident to said
street improvement pursuant to
Chapter 18 of the Acts of
the First , Extra Session of the
Leeislature of the State of Tennes
see for the year 1913; to provide
for the maintenance of 3ame pur
suant to Chapter 121 of the Acts
of the Legislature of the State of
Tennessee for the year 1919; and
to provide for the payment of the
expenses thereof and the collection
of same so provided oy Chapter
18 of the Acts of the First Extra
Session of the Legislature of the
State of Tennessee for the year
1913; as amended by the Acts of
the Legislature for the State of
Tennessee for the year, 1921.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen of
Union City, Tennessee, that First
street in said town of Union City,
from the south line of Lee street
in said town of Union City, to the
north line of Palmer street in the said
town of Union City, be improved by
repairing, curbing, guttering, drain
ing' and paving all of said section of
said street with Sheet Asphalt on
Concrete Base; and doing all neces
sary work incident thereto, and said
section of said street is hereby made
an improvement district for this pur
pose. The said Board of Mayor and Alder
men reserve the right as provided ty
said statute to do all or any part of
said improvexent by labor hired by
the town of Union City, Tennesfee,
and with material purchased a3 oth
er municipal purchases are made,
or to have said improvements done
by contract aa provided in said stat
ute. This improvement shall include all
the work done on all street and alley
intersections between the terminals
of said improvements and said work
shall be included in and paid for as
a part of the said improvement.
SECTION 2. Be it further ordain
ed that the improvement designated
in Section One of this ordinance shall
be constructed under and by virtue
of the power and authority given
said Board of Mayor and Aldermen
by said Chapter 18 of the Acts of
the First Extra Session of the Legis
lature of the State of Tennessee for
the year 1913.
SECTION 3. Be it further ordain
ed, that the Board of Mayor and Al
dermen may require from the contrac
tor constructing the said work a suffi
cient and satisfactory guarantee to
maintain and keep in repair the
work done by him on the said street
for a period not exceeding three
years from the date of completion as
provided in Chapter 121 of the Acts
of the Legislature of the State of
Tennessee for the year 1919.
SECTION 4. Be it further ordain
ed that the cost of the said improve
ment shall be borne as follows: Two
thirds of the cost of the said im
provements exclusive of intersections
shall be borne by the property abut
ting on the street improved; and
two-thirds of the cost of the improve
ment at each intersection shall be
borne by the property abutting on
the street improved and by the prop
erty abutting on the intersecting
street for cne-half block i n
every, direction, all in direct pro
portion to ( the frontage of the
said abutting properties, and
the property abutting on the said
street and on the intersecting streets
within the limits named is hereby
bpund for two-thirds of the cost of
said improvement; and a lien is here
by retained and declared to be in
effect from and after the date of con
firmation of this ordinance, upon the
same to secure payment' of its pro
rata share of the proper cost of said
improvement, including all costs of
engineering, printing, advertising,
clerical services, court costs, proper
ty damages, pavements, curbs, gut
ters, changes in sewers and water
pipes and drains or new ones, and
all items authorized to be embraced
in the cost of constructing said im
provements as defined in Chapter 18
of the Acts of Tennessee at the First
Extra Session of the Legislature for
the year 1913, and the cost of the
said maintenance and repair guaran
tee on the said street shall be borne
in like manner and proportion as the
aforementioned cost of improvement
as provided in Chapter 121 of the
Acts of the Legislature of the State
of Tennessee for the year 1919.
SECTION 5. Be it further ordain
ed that the Recorder of the town of
Union City is hereby directed to pub
lish a notice of the adoption of this
ordinance two consecutive timet in
the Union City Commercial, a news
paper of general circulation pub
lished in the town of Union City,
Tennessee, nx.d said notice shrll tio-j
tify all persons whose property v.-! I.
be affected by said improvement to
appear before said Board of Mayor
and Aldermen on Tuesday, the 20 th
day of June, 1922, at 8:00 p.m., at
which time the said Board will hear
iv7 objections or remonstrances that
- v be made to the said improve
ment, the manner of making the
same or character of material used.J
On the date of the said meeting
which may be adjourned from time
to time all persons whose property
may be affected by such improve
ment or improvements, may appear
in person or by attorney, or by a
petition, and protest against the
making of the Bald improvements,
the material to be used or the man
ner of making same. And said Board
shall consider such objections and
protests, if any, and may confirm,
amend, modify or rescind such
original order. Failure to object or
protest at the time of confirmation
of the original ordinance shall con
stitute a waiver of all and any irreg
ularities, omissions and defects in
the proceedings taken prior to such
time.
SECTION 6. Be it further ordain
ed that the City Engineer, or such
ot'er person as may be secured for
this purpose on or before said date
is hereby ordered to prepaie full de
tails, drawings, plans, specifications
and surveys of such work, and esti
mates of the cost thereof and to file
the same with the City Recorder.
And said plans and specifications and
estimates shall be subject to the in
spection of any property owner inter
ested at any time within office hours
of said Recorder.
SECTION 7. Be it further ordain
ed. That the owners of all abutting
real estate are hereby ordered to con
nect their several premises with wa
ter mains and sewers located in the
street adjacent to their several prem
ises, and upon the default of such
owners for thirty days after such
order to make connection, the said
Board of Mayor and Aldermen may
contract for and make the connec
tions aforesaid at such distances un
der such regulations and in accord'
ance with such specifications as may
be prescribed by the said Board of
Mayor and Aldermen, and the whole
cost of each connection shall be as
sessed against the premises with
which the connection is made .
SECTION 8. Be it further ordain
ed, That after the completion of the
work of this improvement, the Board
cf Mayor and Aldermen shall proceed
to assess two-thirds of the cost of
said improvements, exclusiv e of in
tersections, against the property
abutting on the street improved, and
tvo-thirds of the cost of the improve
ment of each intersection against
the property abutting on the street
improved and against the prop
erty abutting on the intersect
ing street for one-half block in
every direction, in direct proportion
to the frontage of the said abutting
properties; and when such assessment
shall have been completed shall di
rect the City Recorder to publish
in the Union City Commercial a no
tice that such assessment list has
been completed and is on file in the
office of the City Recorder, and may
be inspected during the hours that
said office is open for business. Said
publication shall notify all persons
that the Board of Mayor and Alder
men will meet on a date therein
named not less than ten days after
the publication of the said notice to
consider written objections or de
fense to the proposed assessment or
the amount thereof. On the date
named in the notice, or such date as
said meeting may be adjourned to,
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen
shall consider said assessment and
the written objections thereto, and
shall confirm, modify, or set aside
said assssment as shall be deemed
right and proper. If no objections
to the pro rata or the amount thereof
is filed, or if the property owner
fails to appear in person or by at
torney, and insist upon the same, the
assessment shall be made final and
the owners who do not file objec
tions in writing or protest against
the same, shall be held to have con
sented to the same, and to be forever
barred to attack the regularity, valid
ity or legality of such assessment.
SECTION 9. Be it further ordain
ed, That all assessments levied under
this ordinance for the purposes here
in specified shall be due and payable
within thirty days after said assess
ment is made final as herein pro
vided, but at the election of a prop
erty owner, by an agreement in writ
ing with said town of Union City,
that in consideration of such privi
lege he will make no objection to any
illegality, or irregularity with re
gard to the ' assessment against his
property, and will pay the same as
required by law, with the specified
interest, said assessments may be
paid in ten annual installments, and
shall bear interest at the rate of six
per cent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually, and such agreement
shall be filed with the City Recorder.
In all cases where such agreement
has not been signed and filed within
the time limited, the entire assess
ment shall be paid in cash without
interest before the expiration of
said thirty days.
SECTION 10. Be it further ordain
ed, That any property owner who shall
have elected to pay his assessments
in ten annual installments shall have
the right and privilege of paying up
the assessments in full at any install
ment period by paying the full
aniount of the installments, together
with all accrued interest, and an ad
ditional sum equal to one-half the
annual interest thereon.
SECTION 11. Be it further or
dained, That if any property owner
make default in the payment of any
installment and interest thereon, all
of said installments, with interest,
and an additional sum equal to one
half the annual interest shall become
immediately due and payable.
SECTION 12. Be it further or
dained, That this ordinance take ef
fort from and after its passage, the
welfare cf tte Corporation demand
ing it.
' Passed and approved this 6th day
of June, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, Recorder.
(Published in the Union City Com
mercial June 9, 1922.
Street Improvement Ordinance No. 10.
An Ordinance to provide for the Im
provement of Church street in
the town of Union City, Tennes
see, from the west line of Second
street to the east line of Home
street in said town, all of , said
section of said street to be im
proved by repairing, curbing, gut
tering, draining and paving with
Sheet Asphalt on Concrete
Base; and doing all necessary
work incident to said street im
provement pursuant to Chap
ter 18 of the -Acts of the First
Extra Session of the Legislature
of the State of Tennessee for the
year 1913; to provide for the
maintenance of the same pursuant
to Chapter 121 of the Acts of the
Legislature of the State of Tennes
see for the year 1919; and to pro
vide for the payment of the ex
penses thereof and the collection
of same so provided by Chapter 18
. nt thp Anta nf the EirHt Extra
Session of the Legislature of the)
State of Tennessee for the year
1913, as amended by the Acts of
the Legislature for the State of
Tennessee for the year 1921.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of
Union City, Tennessee, that Church
street in said town of Union City,
from the west line of Second street
in said town of Union City to the
east line of Home street In the said
town of Union City, be improved by
repairing, curbing, guttering, drain
ing and paving all of said sec
tion of said street with Sheet As
phalt on Concrete Base; and doing
all necessary work incident thereto,
and said section of said street is here
by made an improvement district for
this purpose. 1
The said Board of Mayor and Al
dermen reserve the right as pro
vided by said statute to do all or any
part of said improvement by labor
hired by the said town of Union City,
Tennessee, and with material pur
chased as other municipal purchases
are made, or to have said improve
ments done by contract as provided
in said statute.
This improvement shall include
all the work done on all street and
alley intersections between the ter
minals of said improvements and
said work shall be included in and
paid for as a part of the said improve
ment. ,,
SECTION 2. Be it further Ordain
ed, That the improvement designated
in Section One of this ordinance shall
be constructed under and by virtue
of the power and authority; given
said Board of Mayor and AJdermim
by said Chapter 18 of the Acts of
the First Extra Session of thej Legis
lature of the State of Tennessee for
the year 1913. f
SECTION 3. Be it-further ordain
ed that the Board of Mayor and Al
dermen may require from the con
tractor constructing the said work a
sufficient and satisfactory guarantee
to maintain and keep in repair the
work done by him on the said street
for a period not exceeding three years
from the date of completion, as pro
vided in Chapter 121 of the Acts of
the Legislature of the State of Ten
nessee for the year 1919.
SECTION 4. Be it further ordain
ed, That the cost of the said improve
ments shall be borne ss follows: Two-
thirds of the cost of the said Im
provements exclusive of intersections
shall be borne by the property abut
ting on the street improved; and
two-thirds of the cost of the improve
ment at each intersection shall be
borne by the property abutting on
the street improved and by the prop
erty abutting on. the intersecting
street for one-half block in every di
rection, all in direct proportion to the
frontage of the said abutting proper
ties, and the property abutting on
the said street and on the inter
secting streets within the limits
named is hereby bound for
two-thirds of the cost of said
improvement; and a lien- is here
by retained and declared to be in
effect from and after the date of the
confirmation of this ordinance upon
the same to secure payment of its pro
rata share of the proper cost of said
improvement, including all costs of
engineering, printing, advertising,
clerical services, court costs, proper
ty damages, pavements, curbs, gut
ters, changes in sewers and water
pipes and drains or new ones, and
all items authorized to be embraced
in the cost of constructing said im
provements as defined in Chapter 18
of the Acts of Tennessee at the First
Extra Session of the Legislature for
the year 1913, and the cost of the
said maintenance and repair guaran
tee on the said street shall be borne
in like manner and proportion as the
aforementioned cost of improvement
as provided in Chapter 121 of the
Acts of the Legislature of the State
of Tennessee for the year 1919.
SECTION 5. Be it further ordain
ed, That the Recorder of the town of
Union City is hereby directed to pub
lish a notice of the adoption of this
ordinance two consecutive times in
the Union City Commercial, a news
paper of general circulation pub
lished in the town of Union City,
Tennessee, and said notice shall no
tify all persons whose property will
be affected by 'said improvement to
appear before said Board of Mayor
and Aldermen on Tuesday, the 20th
t'.air ct Tuna 1099 at 8-ftO n IT) at
, . , - ,
which time the said Board will hear
any objections or remonstrances that
may be made to the said improve
ment, the manner of making the
same or character of material ued.
On the date of said ! meeting
which may i be adjourned from time
to time all persons whose property
may be affected by such improve
ment or improvements, may appear
in person or by attorney, or by a
petition; and protest' against the
making of the said improvements,
the material to be used or the man
ner of making same. And said Board
shall consider such objections and
protests, if any, and may confirm,
amend, modify or rescind such orig
inal ordinance. Failure to object or
protest at the time of confirmation
of the original ordinance shall con
stitute a waiver of any and all irreg
ularlties, omissions 'and defects in
the proceedings taken prior to such
time.
SECTION 6. Be it further ordain
ed, That the City Engineer, or such
other person as may be secured for
this purpose on or before said date,
is hereby ordered to prepare full de
tails, drawings, plans, specifications
and surveys of said work, and esti
mates of the cost thereof and to file
the same with the City ' Recorder.
And said plans, specifications and
estimates shall be subject to the in
spection of any property owner in
terested at any time within office
hours of Baid Recorder.
SECTION 7. Be it further ordain
ed, That the owners of all abutting
real estate are hereby ordered to con-,
ncct their several premises with wa
ter mains and sewers located in the
street adjacent to their several prem
ises, and upon the default of such
owners for thirty days after such or
der to make ' connection, the
said Board of Mayor and Al
dermen may contract for and make
connections aforesaid at such dis
tances under such regulations and
In accordance with such specifica
tions as may be prescribed by the
said Board of Mayor and Aldermen
and the whole cost of each connec
tion shall be assessed against the
premises with which the connection
is made.
SECION 8. Bo it further ordain
ed, That after the completion of the
T-ork of this improvement, the Board
of Mayor and Aldermen shall pro
ceed to assess two-thirds of the cost
of said improvements, exclusive of in- I
tersections against the property abut
ting on wie Birem ijipiuvcu, aim two-
thirds; of the cost of the im
provement of each intersection
against the property abutting on
the street improved end against the
property abutting on the intersecting
street for one-half block in every di
rection, in direct proportion to the
frontage of the said abutting prop
erties; and when such assessment
shall have been completed shall di
rect the City Recorder to publish in
the Union City Commercial a notice
that such assessment list has been
completed and is on file in the office
of the City Recorder, and may be in
spected during the hours that the
said office is open for business. Said
publication shall not'fy all persons
that the Board of Mayor and Alder
men will meet on a date there
in named, not less than ten days after
the publication of the said notice to
consider written jbjections or defense
to the proposed assessment or the
amount thereof. On the date named
in me nonce, or sucn aaie as sam .
meeting may utj aujuurueu iu, me
Board of Mayor and Aldermen shall
consider said assessment and the
written objections thereto, and shall
confirm, modify or set aside said as
sessment as shall be deemed right
and proper. If no objections to the
pro rata or the amount thereof is
filed, or if the property owner falls
to appear in person or by attorney,
and insist upon the same, the assess
ment shall be made final and the own
ers who do not file objections i writ
ing or protest against the same, shall
be held to have consented to the s me,
and to be forever barred to attack
the regularity, validity or legality of
such assessment.'
SECTION 9. Be it further ordain
ed, That all assessments levied under
this ordinance for the purposes here
in specified shall be due and payable
within thirty days after said assess
ment is made final, as herein
provided, but at the election of a
property owner, by an agreement in
writing with said town of Union City,
that in consideration of such privi
lege he will make no objection to
any illegality or irregularity" with
regard to tha assessment agpinst his
property, and will pay the same as
required by law, with the spec'fied
interest, said assessments may be
paid in ten annual installments, and
shall bear interest at the rate of nix
per cent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually, and such agreement
shall be filed with the City Recorder, j proper cost of said improvement, In
to all cases where rcch agreement has;cluding an costs of englneering,
time limited the entire assessment
shall be paid in cash, without inter-
est, before the expiration of said
thirty days.
SECTION 10. Be it further ordain-,
ed. That any property owner who !
shall have elected to pay his assess-
ments in ten annual installments
shall have the right and privilege of
paying up the assessments in full at
any installment period by paying the
full amount of the installments, to-
gether with all accrued interest, and
an additional sum equal to one-half
the annual interest thereon.
SECTION 11. Be it further or-
dained. That if any property owner ;
make default in the payment of any
installment and interest thereon, all
of said installments with interest
and fin flririlHnnfil aum cnunl te nna- i
h.lf thA Annual Intoroat nhall Ytanrtma i
immediately due and payable.
SECTION 12. Be it further or- ,
iiouic'j, inai, viiia uiuiuaiiuc Lane ci-
feet from and after its nassage. the
I welfare of the Corporation demand-
ing
5 II.
Passed and approved this 6th day
of June, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. KEISER, Recorder.
Published in the Union City Com
mercial, June 9, 1922. r
Street Improvement Ordinance No. 1 1 .
An Ordinance to provide for. the 1m
provement of Main street, In
the town of Union City, Tennes
see, from the east line of First
street to the east line of- Home
street in aaid town, all of
said street to be improved
by repairing, curbing, . , gut
tering, araining ana paving with
Sheet Asphalt on Concrete Base;
ana a o l n g all necessary
work incident to said street Im-.
provement pursuant to Chapter
18 or the Acts of the First Extra
Session of the Legislature of the
t State of Tennessee for the year
1913; to provide for the mainte
nance of same pursuant to
Chapter 121 of .,tho Acts of the
legislature of the State of Ten
nessee for the year 1919; and to
provide for the payment of the ex
penses thereof and the collection
of same so provided by Chapter 18
of the Acts of the first extra ses
sion of the legislature of the State
of Tennessee for the year 1913, as
amended by the Acts of the Legis
lature for the State of Tennesse
for the year 1921.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of
Union City, Tennessee, that Main
Street in said town of Union City,
from the east line of First street in
said town of Union City, to the East
line of Ury street in said town
of Union City, be improved by repair
ing, curbing, guttering, draining and
paving all of said section of said
street with Sheet Asphalt on Con
crete Base, and doing all necessary
work Incident thereto, and said sec
tion of said street is hereby made an
improvement district for this pur
pose.
The said Board of Mayor and Al
dermen reserve the right as provided
by said statute to do all or any part
of the said improvements by labor
hired by the said town of Union City,
Tennessee, and with material pur
chased as other municipal purchases
are made, or to have said improve
ments done by contract as provided
in said statute.
This improvement shall include all
the work done on all street and
alley intersections between tne ter
minals of said improvement, i nd said
work 'shall be included in and paid
for as a part of the said improvement
SECTION 2. Be it further ordain
ed, That the improvement designated
in Section One of this ordinance shall
be construpted under and by virtue
of the power and authority given said
Board of Mayor and Aldermen by
said Chapter 18 of the Acts of the
first extra session of the Legisla
ture of the State of Tennessee for
the year 1913.
SECTION 3. Be it further ordain
ed. That the Board of Mayor and Al
dermen may require from the con
tractor constructing the said work a
sufficient and satisfactory guarantee
to maintain and keep jn repair the
work dnne bv hlm on the sald Btreet
for a period not exceeding three
years from the Jato of completion, as
provided in Chapter 121 of the Acts
of the Legislature of the State of
Tennessee for the year 1919.
SECTION 4. Be it further or
dained, That the cost of the said im
provement shall be borne as follows:
Two-thirds of the cost Of the said
improvements exclusive of intersec
tions shall be borne by the property
abutting on the street improved;
and two-'hirds of the cost of the im
provement at each intersecton shall
be borne by the property abutting on
the street Improved and by the prop
erty abutting on the intersecting
street, for one-half block in every
direction, all in direct proportion to
the frontage of the said abutting
properties, and the property abut
ting on" the said street and on the
intersecting streets within the limits
named is hereby bound for two
thirds of the cost of said improve
ment; and a lien is hereby retained
and declared to be in effect from and
after the date of confirmation of this
ordinance, upon the same to secure
payment of its pro rata share of the
Printing, advertising, clerical serv-
ices, court costs, property dam-
ages, pavements, euros, gutters,
changes in sewers and water pipes
and drains, or new ones, and all
items authorized to be embraced In
the cost of constructing said im-
provement as aennea in Chapter la j
of the Acts of Tennessee at the First
.Extra Session of "the Legislature for
; the year 1913, and the cost of the
saia maintenance ana repair gu.ran-
;.tee on the said street shall be borne
in like manner and proportion as the
aforementioned cost of improvement
as provided in Chapter 121 of the
Acts of the Legislature of the State
oi Tennessee ior me year
SECTION 5. Be it further ordain-
ed, That the Recorder of the town of
Union
City Is hereby directed to
publish a notice of the adoption of
this ordinance two consecutive weeks
tn TTntnn
City Commercial,
newspaper
of general circulation
1 published in the town of Union City, '
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' " "V " '
tify all persons, whose propetry will ; 1,1 """"i' n"Vpm Rpmrdr
be affected by said improvement to ' W- D- KEISER- Recorder,
appear before said Board of Myor,1 J- W. WOOSLEY, Mayor,
and Ald-'m n Tuesday, the 20th '- (Published in the Union City Com
day of Jji.'e, 3,522, at 8:f0 p.m., at merclal June 9, 1922. ' - .
which time said Board will hear any
objections or ' remonstrances that
may be made to the said improve
ment, the manner of making the
same, or character of material used.
On the date of said meeting, which
may be adjourned from time to time,
all persons whose property may be
affected by such improvement or im
provements may appear in person. or
by attorney, or by. a petition, and
protest against the making of said
improvement, the material to be utfed,
or the manner of making same. And
said Board shall consider such ob
jections and piotests, if any, and
mav confirm, amend.4 modify or re-
to object or' protest at ' the time
confirmation of the original -ord
nance shall constitute a waiver of aj
defects in the proceedings tak( f
prior to strch time.' , - f
SECTION 6. Be it further ordain
ed, That the City engineers, or eu?
other person as may be1 secured f j
this pupose on or before said date, i
nereoy oruerea to prei-ue iun u&
tails, drawings, plans, specification.
and surveys of said work, and estH
mates of the cost thereof, and to fit
the came with the City Recorda
And said plans, specifications and d
Hmataa aho ha aiihlanf lnha lnanpl
esieu Hi any lima wiiuin uiuve uoiuo
of said Recorder.
SECTION 7. Be it further ordain
ed that the owners of all abutting
real estate are hereby ordered to con
nect their several premises with wa
ter mains and Bewers located in the
street adjacent to their several prem
ises, and upon the , default of such
owners for thirty days after such or
der to make connection, the said
Board of Mayor and Aldermen
may contract for and make
the connections aforesaid as such dis
tances under such regulations and
in accordance with such specifica
tions as may be prescribed by the
s id Board of Mayor and Aldermen
and the whole cost of each connec
tion shall be assessed against the
premises with which the connection
is made.
SECTION 8. Be it further ordain-
ea tnat after the completion or the
work of this improvement, the Board
of Mayor and Aldermen shall pro
ceed to assess tvo-thirds of the cost
of said improvements exclusive of in
tersections arrainsf. the Dronertv abut
ting on the street improved and two
thirds of the cost of the, im
provement of each intersection
against the property abutting on
the street improved and against the "
property abutting on the intersecting
street for one-half block in every di
rection, in direct proportion to the
frontage of the said abutting prop
erties; and when such assessment
shall have been" completed shall di
rect the City Recorder to publish in
the Union City Commercial a notice
that such assessment list has been
completed and is on file in the office
of the City Recorder and may be in
spected during the hours that the
said office is open for business. Said
publication shall notify, all persons
that the Board of Mayor and Alder
men will meet on a date there
in named not lees than ten days after
the publication of the said notice, to
consider written objections or defense
to the proposed assessment or the
amount thereof. On the date named
in the notice, or such date as said
meeting may be adjourned to, the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen shall
consider Baid assessment and the
written objections thereto, and shall
confirm, modify or set aside said as
sessment as shall be deemed right
and proper. If no' objections to the
pro rata or the am unt thereof Is
filed, or if the property owner fails
to appear in person or by attorney,
and insist upon same the assessment
shall be made final and the owners
who do not file objections In writing
or protest against the same, shall be
held to have consented to the same,
arad to be forever barred to attack
the regularity, validity or legality of
such assessment.
SECTION 9. Be it further ordain
ed that all assessments levied under
this ordinance for the purposes here
in specified shall be due and payable
within thirty days after said assess
ment is made final, as herein
provided, but at the election of a
property owner, by an agreement in .
writing with said town of Union City
that in consideration of such privi
lege he will make no objection to
any illegality or irregularity witu
regard to the assessment against his
property, and will pay the same as
required by law, with the -specified
interest, said assessments may be
paid in ten annual Installments and
shall bear interest at tha rato of six
per cent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually, and such agreement
shall be filed w'th the City Recorder.
In all cases where such agreement has
not been signed and filed within the
timo limited the entire assessment
shall be paid In cash without inter
est, before the expiration of thirty
days.
SECTION 10. Be it further or
dained that any property owner who
shall have elected to pay his assess
ments in ten annual installments
snan nave tne rignt and privilege of
paying up the assessment in full at
any installment period by paying the
full amount of the installments to
gether with all accrued interest, and
an additional sum equal to one-half
the annual interest thereon. .
SECTION 11. Be it further or-'
dained that if any property owner
make default in the payment of any
i installment and interest thereon, all
of sa,id installments with interest
ana en caauionai sum equm 10 uue
half the annual interest shall become
I Immpfllntolv diiA nnrf navahle.
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from and after its passsage, the wel
fare of the Corporation demanding
it.
Passed and approved this 6th day
rf Ti.no 1099

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