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That Whereas, the city council of the city of Newport Beach <br />did, on the 2nd day of November, 1914, pass and adopt Resolution of <br />Intention No. 43 of said city, declaring that the public interest and <br />also the public convenience required it, and that it was the intention <br />of said city council to order an improvement made in said city, des- <br />cribing the improvement to be made, the land deemed necessary to be <br />taken therefor, and specifying the exterior boundaries of the district <br />of lands to be affected or benefited by said improvement and to be <br />assessed to pay the damages, costs and expenses thereof, and directing <br />< .._._... ..tiie...posting and publication of notices and designating the newspaper <br />in which such publcation should be had; and <br />Whereas, the Street Superintendent of the city of Newport <br />Beach did then, to -wit: on the 10th day of November, 1914, cause <br />to be, and there was conspicuously posted along the line of the <br />contemplated improvement, less than three hundred feet in distance <br />apart, and being thirty -five in number, notices of the passage of <br />said Resolution of Intention No. 43, said notices being headed: <br />"NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORK ", the said heading being in letters not less <br />than one inch in length and the notice did, in legible characters, <br />state the fact of the passage of said Resolution of Intention No. 43, <br />its date and briefly described the improvement proposed and referred <br />to the said Resolution of Intention No. 43 for further particulars; and <br />Whereas, there is no daily newspaper published and circulat- <br />ed in the city of Newport Beach, the said Street Superintendent did <br />also cause a notice similar in substance to be published in the <br />-1 <br />f LTIR/� <br />Y <br />A Resolution ordering_I rovement <br />made. <br />A Resolution by the city council of the city of Newport <br />Beach <br />declaring that the public interest and convenien requires <br />it, <br />and ordering an improvement made in the <br />city of Newport Beach, <br />appointing <br />commissioners to assess benefits <br />and damages, and to <br />have <br />general supervision of the improvement <br />ordered, providing <br />for <br />their compensation and requiring the filing of an affidavit <br />and <br />bond. <br />That Whereas, the city council of the city of Newport Beach <br />did, on the 2nd day of November, 1914, pass and adopt Resolution of <br />Intention No. 43 of said city, declaring that the public interest and <br />also the public convenience required it, and that it was the intention <br />of said city council to order an improvement made in said city, des- <br />cribing the improvement to be made, the land deemed necessary to be <br />taken therefor, and specifying the exterior boundaries of the district <br />of lands to be affected or benefited by said improvement and to be <br />assessed to pay the damages, costs and expenses thereof, and directing <br />< .._._... ..tiie...posting and publication of notices and designating the newspaper <br />in which such publcation should be had; and <br />Whereas, the Street Superintendent of the city of Newport <br />Beach did then, to -wit: on the 10th day of November, 1914, cause <br />to be, and there was conspicuously posted along the line of the <br />contemplated improvement, less than three hundred feet in distance <br />apart, and being thirty -five in number, notices of the passage of <br />said Resolution of Intention No. 43, said notices being headed: <br />"NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORK ", the said heading being in letters not less <br />than one inch in length and the notice did, in legible characters, <br />state the fact of the passage of said Resolution of Intention No. 43, <br />its date and briefly described the improvement proposed and referred <br />to the said Resolution of Intention No. 43 for further particulars; and <br />Whereas, there is no daily newspaper published and circulat- <br />ed in the city of Newport Beach, the said Street Superintendent did <br />also cause a notice similar in substance to be published in the <br />-1 <br />